Correct, ordinarily that would be what I would do as well. In this case though, I am trying to avoid upgrading the firmware on anything, other than the devices I am trying to get support for.
Thanks, Ryan Date: Sat, 3 Jan 2015 14:20:43 -0600 From: b...@brezworks.com To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [cisco-voip] Device pack installation methodology question On 1/3/2015 2:11 PM, Ryan Huff wrote: I need to install a device pack on a 2 node 9.1(2) CCM cluster to get support for some 88xx phones but I do not want to update the loads for anything else. The approach I am going to use is: Drop the publisher out of the CM Group, forcing all phones to the subscriber. Install the device pack on the publisher and reboot the publisher. Once the publisher is backup, set all the device defaults back to what I want them to be then add the publisher back to the CM Group. Then drop the subscriber from the CM Group forcing all the phones on the publisher and start the install process over for the subscriber. Once everything is back up add the subscriber back to the CM Group. Does that sound reasonable or is there an easier way? Any time I've needed device support I just install it on all the nodes then reboot them one at a time during a maintenance window. As long as both nodes are running call processing, they'll fail over when the node reboots. Not sure about on 9.X, but on 10.X this just shows as a blip on the phones of them reregistering, not a full reboot. Obviously if you install new software for those phones, they'll upgrade software when they reboot. Jeremy "TheBrez" Bresley b...@brezworks.com _______________________________________________ cisco-voip mailing list email@example.com https://puck.nether.net/mailman/listinfo/cisco-voip
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