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They also work out of the box with Aironet power injectors. A Free PBX module for managing TFTP server files has been created and available on the developers website, or from the Free PBX Trac ticket #1032LATEST FIRMWARE VERSIONVersion 8.12 is now released ()There are a few minor bugs fixed.
(For Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP), the Vo IP capabilities bit is missing during initial boot)There is a guide to installing and updating to this firmware here:
I suppose one could try and go the route of associating different phones to a user account and then have a process of changing phone associations, reloading the Phone Designer, push image, repeat.
Asterisk has 2 implementations for this channel (required for the 7910/20): However, the 7905/79/60 can be reconfigured to use SIP (recommended for use with Asterisk): The 7905 doesn't have Speakerphone (only a speaker for call monitoring or on-hook dialing), its SIP image has by far the best user interface of all cisco SIP phones, plus it's nicely compact, and the display even has a higher resolution than that of the 7960.
The 7912 is the same as the 7905, but with a built-in ethernet switch.
Getting Cisco phones working with asterisk may seem like a daunting procedure; getting SIP firmware installed on the phone, loading up the the firmware files in the tftp server, fearing that you will somehow brick the phone by an incomplete firmware upload…But I am here to reassure you that once you understand how Cisco phones update themselves, the fear and trepidation will subside. They just need a tftp server to update its firmware and it doesnt even have to be located on the asterisk/phone system itself. But what is essential in upgrading these phones is a DHCP server with option 150 enabled – an option to auto-provision the tftp server ip address when the DHCP server hands out the regular ip address to the phone.
Once the bootloader is upgraded, all passwords and networking information on the phone will be wiped out.
Thank goodness for DHCP option 150 which does this for us when the phone grabs an IP address after loading the bootloader.