We have just purchased some new 7940 phones and they will not register with the call manager (3.1). They go through the boot process, get an IP address and get to the screen "updating software" and that is where they stay. I can go into the call manager and see the phone recieved an IP address, but give the message it is not registered. What am I missing?
The new phones are shipping with a code rev that locks the phone up during the upgrade process. On the initial setup, change the boot code to P003010102. The phone will boot and successfully upgrade the code. Once the phone has booted, remove the P003010102 entry from the local phone setting so that it will load the system default code. Reset the phone and it will upgrade sucessfully to the system default code.
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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