a.Use bat in 3.3 to export phone settings to a CSV file.
b. Open it using excel in your PC, copy the individual columns (like first name, lastname, mac-address, username, description, line text label, ext ph mask ) etc into the BAT.XLT file (you can search for this in the 4.1 server).
c. Use BAT in 4.1 server to reimport the settings back to 4.1 (you have to create phone templates first).
There're some button Tamplate in the 3.3 version such as 7960 14 buttons that I can't find it in the 4.1 version. Do you know how can I create a Tamplate with 14 Speed Dials only. The first button for all 7960 Tamplates is a line and it doesn't give me the option to change the line for a speed dial.
Like Sankar noted in his good post,you are going to have to create custom Phone Button Templates in 4.1.3 to match the ones that existed in the 3.3 version. The good thing is that you have all the info needed in the 3.3 to match these up as follows;
To create a template, you must make a copy of an existing template and assign the template a unique name. You can make changes to the custom templates that you created, and you can change the labels of the default phone button templates. You cannot change the function of the buttons in the default templates. You can rename existing templates and modify them to create new ones, update custom templates to add or remove features, lines, or speed dials, and delete custom templates that are no longer being used. When you update a template, the change affects all phones that use the template.
I exported the phones from CCM 3.3 but not able to use BAT file to import phones into 4.1. The BAT.XL file in C:\CiscoWEbs\BAT\ExcelTemplate floder has only 3 fields, 1)Number of lines, 2) Mac Address, 3) Description, while the one that I exported from 3.3 contains all configured fields. If I importe the phones using only those 3 fields, I will need to go back to each phone and configure the other fields such as the CCS, MOH, Divice Pool, Phone Tamplate ans so on. Could you please let me know or send me a document allowing me to understand the process of importing all fields together?
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