Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2013-12-14 Thread Patrick Lists
On 12/14/2013 01:29 AM, Martin wrote: If I need to use SIP, from where to get the suitable firmware for these Cisco IP Phones 7942G? Be careful, not all versions of SIP firmware work with asterisk. I do have 8-3-1 (cmterm-7941_7961-sip.8-3-1)here and it works just fine with my 7961.

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2013-12-13 Thread Martin
If I need to use SIP, from where to get the suitable firmware for these Cisco IP Phones 7942G? Be careful, not all versions of SIP firmware work with asterisk. I do have 8-3-1 (cmterm-7941_7961-sip.8-3-1)here and it works just fine with my 7961. Downloaded somewhere. Version 9.x is broken,

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk 1.8.4.2 tooooooooooooooooo

2012-03-22 Thread Alexandre Rodrigues
Hello, Facing the same problem with the following debug skinny log: -- Asked to indicate 'Stop tone' condition on channel Skinny/500@duba-23 Received Alarm Message: 32: Name=SEP001X Load= SCCP11.8-3-4SR1S : Invalid SCCP message! : ID :83 Received Alarm Message: 32: Name=SEP001X

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk 1.8.4.2 tooooooooooooooooo

2012-03-22 Thread Alexandre Rodrigues
Solve it. :) Found this link: http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/SCCP-HOWTO2 Cheers, Alex 2012/3/22 Alexandre Rodrigues alex...@gmail.com: Hello, Facing the same problem with the following debug skinny log:   -- Asked to indicate 'Stop tone' condition on channel Skinny/500@duba-23  

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk 1.8.4.2 tooooooooooooooooo

2012-03-22 Thread tito civic
@lists.digium.com Sent: Thursday, March 22, 2012 6:28 PM Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk 1.8.4.2 to Hello, Facing the same problem with the following debug skinny log:   -- Asked to indicate 'Stop tone' condition on channel Skinny/500@duba-23 Received

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dear Dan; I have to do something in the compilation to have chan_sccp? Because, I do not have this channel and I have only chan_skinny. Even in the /usr/lib/asterisk/module/, I did not find chan_sccp. Maybe that is the reason why I do not have the sccp.conf file? So, using the sccp channel,

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread Robert Huddleston
:58 PM To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 6:10 PM, Robert-iPhone rhuddles...@gmail.com wrote: You are supposed to go via cisco and support contract BUT Google is your friend

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread Dan Austin
AM To: asterisk-users@lists.digium.com Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk Dear Dan; I have to do something in the compilation to have chan_sccp? Because, I do not have this channel and I have only chan_skinny. Even in the /usr/lib/asterisk/module/, I did

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dear Warren; It look like u have a good experience in 791x series and in selecting SIP formware, so I am sure you might be able to help in the following: As u know, there are SIP firmware for Cisco phones to be used with Call Manager and other firmware to be used with Generic SIP Server (other

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread Warren Selby
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 5:35 PM, bilal ghayyad bilmar...@yahoo.com wrote: Dear Warren; Please, keep all discussions to the list. There's no need to email me personally about this. snip cmterm-7942_7962-sip.9-2-1.cop.sgn (which is written that it is SIP IP Phone load) and

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-21 Thread Robert-iPhone
wow I think someone needs to just spend some time reading and playing. Getting these phones working is not rocket science and there are similarities with how to do firmware / config pushes. Not to sound mean but RTFM Sent from my iPhone On Jun 21, 2011, at 7:45 PM, Warren Selby

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dears; OK, I have two things now: 1) When I do reload from the asterisk CLI, then all the skinny phones are reset. This is very bad thing, how to avoid this from happening in each reload? Even if the reload will be done to take sip configuration !! 2) The line tone that is heared (the

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread Warren Selby
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 5:38 AM, bilal ghayyad bilmar...@yahoo.com wrote: Dears; snip Have you thought about perhaps just flashing the phones to use the SIP firmware? -- Thanks, --Warren Selby, dCAP http://www.SelbyTech.com http://www.selbytech.com --

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread Robert Huddleston
, 2011 2:45 PM To: Asterisk Users Mailing List - Non-Commercial Discussion Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 5:38 AM, bilal ghayyad bilmar...@yahoo.com wrote: Dears; snip Have you thought about perhaps just flashing the phones to use

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dear Stefan; First of all, I tried skinny and I faced two major problems (so if I am going to face same problems in sccp then no need to use sccp, so please advise). The two problems that I faced them are: 1) When I do reload then the skinny channel is reloaded and that will cause a restart

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread bilal ghayyad
If I need to use SIP, from where to get the suitable firmware for these Cisco IP Phones 7942G? Where do u download the SIP firmware usually for your Cisco IP Phones? Your kindly help is highly appreciated. Regards Bilal --- I'm using the sip firmware.. It's alright.. I feel like

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread Robert-iPhone
You are supposed to go via cisco and support contract BUT Google is your friend (JFGI) Sent from my iPhone On Jun 20, 2011, at 6:44 PM, bilal ghayyad bilmar...@yahoo.com wrote: If I need to use SIP, from where to get the suitable firmware for these Cisco IP Phones 7942G? Where do u

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-20 Thread Warren Selby
On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 6:10 PM, Robert-iPhone rhuddles...@gmail.comwrote: You are supposed to go via cisco and support contract BUT Google is your friend (JFGI) The support contract from Cisco is only US $8.99 on CDW I really hate to link to my own blog, but I do have a post on there

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-16 Thread Dan Austin
The Asterisk version is 1.8.3.2 The Cisco IP Phone is 7942G and it is running now skinny. The used TFTP is tftp-server which is installed in fedora. I placed the following two files (but look like it was not taken from the TFTP, as nothing appeared in the messages), but I am able to to

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-15 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dears; OK, I start beleive that the problem in the TFTP and the files that I placed there. Now, I am using the Phone as skinny, and the files that are placed in the directory /var/lib/tftpboot/ as following: CTLSEPB8BEBF22AB62.tlv SEPB8BEBF22AB62.cnf.xml XMLDefault.cnf.xml Well, actually the

[asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread bilal ghayyad
Hi All; Can anyone advise if using Cisco IP Phones in skinny protocol is fine or not? Or it is better to use it in SIP protocol? Regards Bilal -- _ -- Bandwidth and Colocation Provided by http://www.api-digital.com -- New to

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread Olivier
2011/6/13 bilal ghayyad bilmar...@yahoo.com Hi All; Can anyone advise if using Cisco IP Phones Which model(s) are you planning to use ? in skinny protocol is fine or not? Or it is better to use it in SIP protocol? Regards Bilal --

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread Stefan Gofferje
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, On 06/13/2011 01:04 PM, bilal ghayyad wrote: Can anyone advise if using Cisco IP Phones in skinny protocol is fine or not? Or it is better to use it in SIP protocol? SCCP works better than SIP in my opinion as there are more features. Check

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread bilal ghayyad
Dears; The Asterisk version is 1.8.3.2 The Cisco IP Phone is 7942G and it is running now skinny. The used TFTP is tftp-server which is installed in fedora. I placed the following two files (but look like it was not taken from the TFTP, as nothing appeared in the messages), but I am able to to

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread Steve Edwards
On Mon, 13 Jun 2011, bilal ghayyad wrote: I placed the following two files (but look like it was not taken from the TFTP, as nothing appeared in the messages), but I am able to to ping from the asterisk box to the vlan that the Phone is connected, so no problem in the reachability:

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread Mark Engelhardt
Bilal, I suggest you turn on logging on your tftp server to see what files are actually being requested, and if the the tftp server is dishing them out... Try adding a few v's to your tftp setup: File: /etc/xinetd.d/tftp Line to change: server_args = -s /tftpboot -v -v -v Look in

Re: [asterisk-users] Cisco IP Phones and Skinny in asterisk

2011-06-13 Thread Robert-iPhone
I also had trouble w/ these phones at first. There was a DHCP option (?81?) you'll have to google it. The phones would not talk to tftp until I set dhcp option. The console aux cable is easy to build and VERY useful Sent from my iPhone On Jun 13, 2011, at 8:31 PM, Mark Engelhardt