i got a new cisco 7970G phone, and it is running in cycles (line lights) and does not stop.
I guess it is looking for firmware to load (please correct me if i'm wrong).
On my /tftpboot directory, i do have the following 7970 files:
which i assume are correct sccp files.
My syslog tells the following:
Aug 7 13:54:56 dcerouter dhcpd: DHCPREQUEST for 192.168.80.146 from 00:13:7f:fd:94:4b (SEP00137FFD944B) via eth1
Aug 7 13:54:56 dcerouter dhcpd: DHCPACK on 192.168.80.146 to 00:13:7f:fd:94:4b (SEP00137FFD944B) via eth1
Aug 7 13:55:03 dcerouter atftpd: Serving term70.default.loads to 192.168.80.146:1025
These entries repeats for hours.
So, the phone is trying to get the files.
In my SEPDefault7970.cnf.xml file i have the entry:
What else do i need to do in order ot get the phone reading the files and finally works?
SOLVED: i got the cmterm-7970_7971-8-5-4.zip. After searching, i did read a post where an user told not being successful with any version other than .cop. So, i got cmterm-7970_7971-8-5-4.cop, and used it's files. In 5 minutes, the phone was alive and kicking, ready for service.
P.S. Thx Hari for trying to help me on last saturday.