Cisco says the naming convention for a SIP firmware is P0S3-xx-y-zz Now the recent firmware is P0S3-08-11-00 - should I now assume the convention is now P0S3-xx-yy-zz? Does this matter when loading a new SIP image to a 7940G?
These conventions are used in naming the IP Phone firmware:
SCCP firmware: P003xxyyzzww.bin: where x represents the major version, y represents the major subversion, z represents the maintenance version, and w represents the maintenance subversion.
SIP firmware: P0S3-xx-y-zz: where x represents the major version, y represents the minor version, and z represents the subversions.
MGCP firmware: P0M3-xx-y-zz: where M is the third character. The major, minor, and subversions for MGCP are consistent with the SIP naming convention
For Java-based IP phones, the following naming conventions are used for image files.
SCCP firmware: TERMnn.xx-y-z-ww or SCCPnn.xx-y-zz-ww: where n represents the phone type, x represents the major version, y represents the major subversion, z represents the maintenance version, and w represents the maintenance subversion.
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