Make sure the files have been placed in the correct directory path of the TFTP server. And, make certain too that full read and write access to those files. It sounds to me like the file transfer is failing. Try using TFTP server application loaded onto your PC such as 3CDaemon
As you may already know the phone boots and gets the IP address of TFTP server. So it's a case of the request being received by the TFTP server from the IP phone and then the TFTP server honouring the image file request.
hii Ajaz, thanks for your help, i use a CME to send the file, but the ephone don't boot with the sip firmware, " verifying load" than it reboot and it use the default firmware SEPmac_address. i don't know if there is in relation with the version of the CME. Thanks.
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