I have a customer who is asking how to Telnet/SSH into his 7960 phones. This is not something I have done before (not really had a need to do it). I have done an extensive amount of searching and found a few related cases, but they are all related to SIP phones.
The customer is running CCM 4.0 and IP Phone version 6.0. Is it possible to access the phones this way, and if so how do we access them? Presently, when we are trying to connect (Telnet or SSH) we get no response from the phone.
To the best of my knowledge, Cisco phones do not run a telnet daemon. They do have a built-in web server, for status information and logging, but not for configuration. I don't think the phone can be accessed via Telnet/SSH and I don't know what the point of doing so would be.
Actually you can do a telnet to a 7900 ip phone but it is only available for SIP firmware, you can change the dial rules, extensions appearance, etc. If you use skynny you will not be able to do a telnet by default, you have to enable it, just to let you know, don´t change anything on the SCCP through telnet because the system sopt the processing properly.
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