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IP phone http page question

Guys,

very quick one I not seen before.

Just upgraded a single phone to SCCP45.9-3-1SR2-1S, before we do a mass upgrade just to check it out.

On the phone http page i see

Version
*SCCP45.9-3-1SR2-1S*

What does the * indicate

The current default load is

SCCP45.9-3-1SR1-1S, will change once all the phone are upgraded as we have multiple sites

thanks as always.

Paul


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IP phone http page question

Paul,

I don't know that it has any special meaning. I noticed the same when I upgraded phones for a customer about a month ago. I upgraded a little over 2000 phones to the same version. I think it is just cosmetic.

HTH

-Bill
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IP phone http page question

Paul,

I don't know that it has any special meaning. I noticed the same when I upgraded phones for a customer about a month ago. I upgraded a little over 2000 phones to the same version. I think it is just cosmetic.

HTH

-Bill
(b) http://ucguerrilla.com
(t) @ucguerrilla

Please remember to rate helpful responses and identify helpful or correct answers.

HTH -Bill (b) http://ucguerrilla.com (t) @ucguerrilla

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IP phone http page question

William,

thanks for the quick response, we just about to upgrade over 4000 over the coming week so if you done 2000 and they are just fine that should be good for me

thank you

Paul

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IP phone http page question

Hey Paul/Bill,

My guess would be that it references the Security enhancements with

this firmware version;

Firmware Release 9.3(1)SR2 security enhancements

Firmware Release 9.3(1)SR2 contains the following security enhancements:

  • The  phone does not request authorized key information from the TFTP server.  Without the authorized keys, the administrator must enter the SSH user  id and password to connect to the phone for debugging.
  • The debugging settmask commands are added to the phone debug shell. Making the commands  available in the debug shell removes the need for the default user  account.
  • The ability to log into a default user account has been removed. Phone debugging can only be performed using the debug account.
  • The ability to log into the phone from the AUX port on the phone has been removed.

This feature had no user impact.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cuipph/7900_series/firmware/931SR2/release_notes/P790_BK_R345967C_00_rn-9_3_1sr2-7900-series_chapter_00.html#P790_TP_F9B6D919_00

Cheers!

Rob

"When it comes to luck you make your own  " 

- Springsteen

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IP phone http page question

Rob,

As always thinking outside the box, thank you once again sir.

Hope you are staying safe during the weather in your neck of the woods

Kind regards

Paul

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