After ssh’ing you can log in with debug/debug, or log/log to get some basic idea of what is going on, force the phone to re-register etc, or default/user to drop to a basic non-root shell.
These next settings are for time related configuration, setting the timezone etc.
7945/65 looks in :/Desktops/320x212x16/ 1.1 is case sensitive - Capital "L" 1.2 If using Notepad to edit this file, make sure it did not get saved with extension, ie.
Cisco recently released a new series of IP phones, the 7906G, 7911G, 7941G, 7961G and 7971G series.
If you do not specify an NTP server, the phone picks the date and time up from the SIP registration headers from the SIP server.
This line is strictly not needed, but is useful to have if you’re trying to use characters not in the US-ASCII character range.These phones supposedly will, in the future, support an enhanced range of features compared to the 79×0 series.Some product documentation on them can be found here Note that the 7941G and 7961G have been superseded by the 79 model phones.The references the correct directory, but has to live in the x16 directory for the 7945/65's tftp-server flash: Desktops/320x212x12/ Thanks for this Unfortunately it didnt work.The phones don't appear to be even looking for the file when they register with the UC560.