I downloaded the new IP Communicator 2.x package the other day after seeing it on the software updates notice - I've run the admin tool but it doesn't seem to be creating the folder of zipped files in the TFTP server that the http redirect uses to point clients to for auto-updates.
In addition, the 2-0-1.loads file (or whatever it should be) is not being crerated. Is there a package I'm missing that should do this?
I did a search on cisco.com for the release notes, and the link has a snippet that mentions VTA compatibility... if you follow the link, you get the old v1 info, with no mention of VTA... odd - like they've hidden it on purpose...
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It's not unusual for me to find that the release notes lag the immediate availability of the new software - that doesn't concern me although it'd be nice if they were there - I'm virtually positive you'll see those in a matter of a week or two (if past experience on brand new releases holds).
What I was concerned about is that for 1.x we had to manually request the auto-upgrade pacakage before so I thought that perhaps it had been overlooked or (more liekly) posted somewhere else I couldn't see...
all the docs were up for a little while but have since been taken down. I think it may be tied to the call manager 5.0 release which obviously is not out just yet. the docs continuously referenced unified callmanager and callmanager 5.0(1).
UPDATE: If you install 2.0 on the client, any time the phone attempts to connect to the publisher, you'll receive a pop-up complaining about the missing upgrade files to convert your 2.0 phone to 1.1.5. :>
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