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Question about 7960 config files from TFTP server.

Hello,

I have a CP 7960 that I'd like to use with SIP and a 3rd party call manager. When the phone tries to boot it tries to pull files from my TFTP server that do not exist.

Where can I find these files? Can the phone make them and send them to the server under some menu that I am just not seeing?

Thanks for the help!

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Re: Question about 7960 config files from TFTP server.

Hi,

you need a CCO account with customer level access to download SIP firmware for the 7960.

This require that you have maintenance contract for the phone (aka smartnet). Search on voip-info.org, there are pointer to resellers that can sell you such maintenance contract.

Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!

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Re: Question about 7960 config files from TFTP server.

I know the phone already has an installed firmware, these conf files are what I need. I also have the firmware for 8.2 and am currently running 7.2 but can't seem to update it without these files.

Files I'm refering to are ones like:

XMLDefault.cnf.xml

CTLSEP*mac*.tlv

SEP*mac*.tlv

SIPDefault.cnf

MGCDefault.cnf

.. and so on ..

I would need the CCO license just for that? Any chance you could ballpark how much they usually cost?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Question about 7960 config files from TFTP server.

Very good, the advice is the same, check on voip-info.org, there are plenty of configuration files examples, FW comparison, all in the perspective of third party SIP server.

Good luck!

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