Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-05 Thread Andy
I have a copy of the doc for this if you want it. Andy andy.ca...@gmail.com On 5 Mar 2015, at 17:38, Daniel Pagan dpa...@fidelus.com wrote: Jonathan: I’ll zip and email a copy to you directly. What I don’t have however is documentation on the tool. I was given a wiki URL that doesn’t

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-05 Thread Jonathan Charles
Sure! Thanks! Jonathan On Thu, Mar 5, 2015 at 1:20 PM, Andy andy.ca...@gmail.com wrote: I have a copy of the doc for this if you want it. Andy andy.ca...@gmail.com On 5 Mar 2015, at 17:38, Daniel Pagan dpa...@fidelus.com wrote: Jonathan: I’ll zip and email a copy to you directly.

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-05 Thread Matthew Loraditch
I would please like the doc and the zip Andy and Dan! Thanks much! Matthew G. Loraditch - CCNP-V, CCNA-RS, CCDA Network Engineer We understand and solve your technology challenges so you can sell and service cars. Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/heliontech?ref=hl |

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-05 Thread Daniel Pagan
Jonathan: I’ll zip and email a copy to you directly. What I don’t have however is documentation on the tool. I was given a wiki URL that doesn’t work. - Dan From: cisco-voip [mailto:cisco-voip-boun...@puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Jonathan Charles Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2015 12:07 PM To:

[cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-02 Thread Ryan Huff
About 1K of 79xx phones on a ccm 8.X going to ccm 10.5. So CTL/ITL is an issue. There are lots of ways to solve this with access to the previous phone system, I know. The catch for me is, I DO NOT have access to the previous phone system or the previous phone certificates (would be so much

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-02 Thread Brian Meade
Looks like he doesn't have a CTI user he can use for this though. On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 11:18 AM, Ryan Ratliff (rratliff) rratl...@cisco.com wrote: If the phones will register and have settings access enabled you can use the Cisco EraseITL utility to wipe them. You can get it from TAC if

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-02 Thread Ryan Ratliff (rratliff)
If the phones will register and have settings access enabled you can use the Cisco EraseITL utility to wipe them. You can get it from TAC if you don’t have a copy handy. -Ryan On Mar 2, 2015, at 9:48 AM, Ryan Huff ryanh...@outlook.commailto:ryanh...@outlook.com wrote: About 1K of 79xx

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-02 Thread Brian Meade
Was the 8.x cluster mixed-mode? If so, you just need to get the USB tokens they used. Outside of that, not much you can do without manually deleting ITLs. Any automation program is going to require a valid user with CTI control of the phone. Technically some of the phone models have a way to

Re: [cisco-voip] 79xx and the ITL, without access to the existing phone system

2015-03-02 Thread Ryan Ratliff (rratliff)
My assumption was that this was a cluster replacement using the same IP address(es) or hostnames such that the phones will register (as SCCP phones there is a high likelihood they will register as long as option 150 is used and they are in the db). The CTI authentication is between the TSP on