some of the phones (I have noticed this on 7941's and 7975's) on a 6.1.2 cluster fail to reflect any changes made to the phone.
for instance if the line text label is changed on the call manager, this is reflected on all call managers in the cluster. so DB replication is fine. However, when the phone is reset (even hard reset by power down) the old line text label remains. I have already restarted the TFTP service on both subs that run TFTP.
What I would like to see if the correct SEPXXX.cnf.xml files are being built at all. In version 4 you could easily browse to the files. How can this be done on 6.x call manager?
Red Cross, Australia
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I have almost exactly the same problem. I'm running CUCM 6.1.2 which I just upgraded from 4.2.3. All the phones that was configured before the upgrade seems to work fine but when I try to add a new phone (in this case a 7941) it starts up with the configured linenumber and everything seems fine, exept the fact that it doesn't work (seems like it doesn't get the right CSS or partition). If I then try to change something in the config it doesn't respond to any changes made (or reset or restart) and even if I erase it from the config it still comes up with the old config (not working of course)
Currently it seems I'm running into the same issue. One of our customers who's running CUCM 126.96.36.1992-2 added a couple of new IP Phones. But the time is incorrect (it lags 1 hour) and IP phone services are not available on the phones. All phones are registered to the Sub node.
Running the tftp commands returns the following:
C:\>tftp 10.200.0.10 get SEP00235EB8F5BC.cnf.xml
Error on server : File not found
Connect request failed
If I run the same command for a phone that has registered correctly it returns:
C:\>tftp 10.200.0.10 get SEP001D45616E60.cnf.xml
Transfer successful: 5454 bytes in 1 second, 5454 bytes/s
I'll try restarting the call manager service tonight.
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