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BootloadID vs Firmware Version

Am i correct in thinking that if of your phones has a Bootload Id = PC0303020200 and the firmware version = 3.2(2.14)

And on a different phone your Bootload ID = PC0303010001 and the Firmwqare version = 6.0(1.0)

That all phones with the Bootload Id of PC0303020200 will have a firmware version of 3.2(2.14)

and all phones with a Bootload ID of PC0303010001 will have a firmware version of 6.0(1.0)

Is this correct or will bootload ids sometimes match up depending on the firmware version used?

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Re: BootloadID vs Firmware Version

You have three different kinds of firmware SIP, SCCP, H.323. The different types can be identified by the number.

Firmware Naming Conventions:

This Bootload ID = PC0303010001 & PC0303020200 SCCP firmware

It represent SCCP firmwareP003xxyyzzww.bin, where x represents the major version, y represents the major subversion, z represents the maintenance version, and w represents the maintenance subversion.

In General the following Bootload Id:

P00303030300 firmware version 3.3(3)

P00305000200 firmware version 5.0(2)

P00306000100 firmware version 6.0(1) .

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