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I'm using Switchvox Free 1.0 version, but it's WUI only so how do you load the SEP files?

A guide for configuring a variety of Cisco IP Phone models (79XX series) to work with Asterisk PBX systems.

All configuration file examples are available as well.

Regardless of the certification that you are currently pursuing, you must know how to get a Cisco IP phone registered to either a Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) or Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express (CUCME).

As part of the troubleshooting process, you will find that is very helpful to get the status message from the IP phone.

Available online and in PDF format: Online version: version: page documents how you configure a Cisco IP phone with Asterisk.

By default most Cisco Vo IP phones come configured for Call Manager, which uses the 'Skinny' protocol - SCCP.

The configuration file for a particular phone is created when the phone is added to the Cisco Call Manager database.

If the phone has not been added to the Cisco Call Manager database, the TFTP server generates a CFG File Not Found response.

I have setup the free edition of Switchvox PBX and have upgraded two Cisco phones to SIP 8.5(4) images and they come up successfully, however they never appear in the Switchvox system. The phones come up, pull the appropriate xml, and files, show the extension assigned and say "Registering" (for about 2 minutes) before sitting there. There I have a Cisco 7961G and a Cisco 7940, neither of which work with Switchvox.

I have checked the advanced logs on the switchvox and no problems and have checked the phone error logs with the only error being "Error updating Locale". I am having the same problem, spent ages checking everything over and over in the config file, do these phones work with Switchvox? Apparently only my softphone x-lite will function...

Superb call quality, a large easy-to-read display screen and user-friendly button layouts/designs make the Cisco phone models of old and late some of the best hardware available for IP-based phone systems.