Before You Begin Before updating the device defaults, perform any of the following tasks that apply to your system: •Add new firmware files for the devices to the TFTP server.
For each available firmware load, a file exists in the Program Files\Cisco\TFTPPath folder on the Cisco Call Manager server.
Change the option 150 value to point to the TFTP server, and watch it go.
You have to have a TFTP server on the workstation, and a correctly configured xml.
Step 4 Click the Reset icon to the left of the device name to reset all the devices of that type and load the new defaults on all Cisco Call Managers in the cluster.
If you choose not to reset all devices of that type, only new devices added after you change the device defaults receive the latest defaults.
Can I do it with a TFTP server on a laptop and manually setting the TFTP address on the phone? Is it possible to upgrade the firmware on a 7940/60 without CCM TFTP server? If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply email and destroy or delete all copies of the original message and any attachments. For a 40/60 extracting the zip file version of the phone load onto a TFTP server should be sufficient. Senior Analyst (CCS) * University of Guelph * Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1 (519) 824-4120 x56354 (519) 767-1060 FAX (JNHN) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Cooking with unix is easy. It has been a long time, but if I remember correctly you need a file call xml in the TFTP root folder and it contains XML that identifies the model (7940/7960) and what version of SCCP to load.
For example, for the firmware load P002A0305556, a file named P002A0305556exists in the Program Files\Cisco\TFTPPath folder. See the "Adding a Device Pool" section on page 8-2.
•If the device is a phone, configure new phone templates.
Use device defaults to set the system-wide default characteristics of each type of device that registers with a Cisco Call Manager.
The system-wide device defaults for a device type apply to all auto-registered devices of that type within a Cisco Call Manager cluster.