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Programming phones

    Hello all,

Completely new to Cisco right now.

I've managed to stumble my way through programming phones on my network, and I'm looking for an easier way to do this.

I figured out how to copy a phone and apply it to another MAC. I'm currently programming some 7975 phones with 7916 sidecars. When I setup the first phone with all the speed dials and BLF buttons and copied it to a new phone, none of the numbers that were programmed on the sidecar or the phone itself copied over.

Is there a way to do this or am I doomed to enter all the SD's manually? 

Any help would be appreciated.            

Thanks, Eric Erickson

Village of South Holland, IL

PS - if this thread is in the wrong location, please point me in the right direction - Thanks

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Programming phones

Hi Eric,

Just one note in addition to the good info from my friends

Yosh & Islam (+5 )

Instead of using "Copy" use "Super-Copy" and the lines

etc. will copy across between devices.

Cheers!

Rob

"Seek it out and ye shall find  " 

- OneRepublic

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Programming phones

Hi Eric

Can you just share if you have CME "router" or CUCM "server"?.

Thanks

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Programming phones

Hi Islam,

I have a CUCM Server v9.1

Re: Programming phones

Hi Eric

There is no configuration required. All you have to do is connect the KEM or 7916 module  to the phone and register the phone to the CUCM. You will see KEM power up and a Cisco logo appears.

Additional speed dials/lines configured for that user will appear on the KEM, once phone is registered.If you have many phones  you can use BAT Administration Tool as the below link

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/9_1_1/ccmcfg/CUCM_BK_A34970C5_00_admin-guide-91_chapter_01100110.html

BAT will be so helpful , if you have many phones you can edit on excel file , then uploaded on the CUCM.

If you need to share any infomation , just give more details.

Thanks

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Programming phones

Have you attempted to use the BAT tool? You can create a phone template to reduce the amount of information that you would need to include in the csv file. Below is a link for more information.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/9_1_1/ccmcfg/CUCM_BK_A34970C5_00_admin-guide-91_chapter_01100110.html

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/bat/9_1_1/CUCM_BK_C271A69D_00_cucm-bulk-administration-guide-91_chapter_0110.html

HTH

Regards,

Yosh

HTH Regards, Yosh
Hall of Fame Super Red

Programming phones

Hi Eric,

Just one note in addition to the good info from my friends

Yosh & Islam (+5 )

Instead of using "Copy" use "Super-Copy" and the lines

etc. will copy across between devices.

Cheers!

Rob

"Seek it out and ye shall find  " 

- OneRepublic

Programming phones

Super-copy!!! I really have to get 9.1

+5 Rob you the man

Regards,

Yosh

HTH Regards, Yosh

Programming phones

Hi Eric

Thanks for rating Mr/Rob  , (+5 ) for your professional information .

"SUPER COPY"  copy the device and line configuration as well like CSS, PT,etc..however when you click  "COPY" copy the device config not line one.

Thank you

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Programming phones

Fantastic. Thanks Rob - the Super Copy is exactly what I was looking for. Scan in the MAC, change the Directory Number and all is good. I knew it had to be something simpler than me.

Thank you very much.

  - Eric

Hall of Fame Super Red

Programming phones

Hi Eric,

You are most welcome! "Simpler than you and me both"

Cheers!

Rob

"Seek it out and ye shall find  " 

- OneRepublic

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