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http://radiotwenterand.

nl/~graver/cisco/SIP-7960/
: All Firmwares
http://www.tutorials.makkugasho.com/2014/02/11/how-to-check-firmware-version-for
-cisco-ip-phone-79407960/
http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/collaboration-endpoints/unified-ip-pho
ne-7900-series/5455-handset-to-sip.html
https://lost-contact.mit.edu/afs/nada.kth.se/mnt/@cell/common/tftpboot/cisco/796
0/DIST/
http://www.minded.ca/2009-12-16/configure-cisco-ip-phones-with-asterisk/

Download these files from Cisco SIP IP Phone 7940/7960 Software and place them
in the root directory of your TFTP server .
P0S30100.bin This is the SIP image. Download the file in binary format
OS79XX.TXT
This file tells the Cisco 7940/7960 which binary to download from the TFTP serve
r. This file is case sensitive and must only contain the name of the file that y
ou want to load, without the .bin extension. For example, if you attempt to load
the SIP version 2.3 software, it must contain only the line P0S30203. If you tr
y to load versions 3.0 and later, the file name must be in the format P0S3-xx-yzz. For example, if you attempt to load the SIP version 7.1 software, OS79XX.TXT
must contain the line P0S3-07-1-00. The binary referenced here must also be pre
sent in the TFTP root directory. Without this file, the phone does not know whic
h file it needs to retrieve, in order to replace its existing software.
SIPDefaultGeneric.cnf This file is an example of a default configuration file. Thi
s file contains configuration information relevant to all phones.
SIPConfigGeneric.cnf This file is similar to the previous one, except that it cont
ains information relevant to a specific phone instead of to all phones.
RINGLIST.DAT Lists audio files that are the custom ring type options for the phone
s. The audio files listed in the RINGLIST.DAT file must also be in the root dire
ctory of the TFTP server.
ringer1.pcm This file is a sample ring tone that is used by the Cisco 7940/7960.
Ensure that the phones can find the TFTP server. Manually configure the phone's
IP address, gateway address, and TFTP server address; or configure the phone ne
twork settings from the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server. It is
recommended that you not use the TFTP server on the Cisco CallManager, if you h
ave one in your current system.

My machine 192.168.1.47
Elastix 192.168.1.137
Phone : DHCP
MAC Address
001192CD7ED6
Host Name
SEP001192CD7ED6
App Load ID
Boot Load ID

P003 08 01 02 00
PC0303010100

P0S3-08-1-02

Version
Serial Number

8.1(2.0)
INM08271NR0

SEP001192CD7ED6.cnf.xml

// Phone converted to SIP. 79


Erase config
Enable DHCP
Enale Alternate TFTP YES
Define TFTP in Network Config 192.168.1.47
Following files worked
CTLSEP001192CD7ED6.tlv ---- Blank

OS79XX.TXT ------P003-8-12-00
P003-8-12-00.bin
//loaded
P0S3-8-12-00.loads
//loaded
P0S3-8-12-00.sb2
P003-8-12-00.sbn
//loaded
SIP001192CD7ED6.cnf
//loaded
SIPDefault.cnf
#Image Version
image_version:P0S3-8-12-00;

Now when SIP is enabled


SEP001192CD7ED6.cnf.xml

cnf.xml is loaded

<device>
<deviceProtocol>SIP</deviceProtocol>
<loadInformation model="IP Phone 7940G">P0S3-8-12-00</loadInformation>
</device>

elastix*CLI> sip unregister 201


**************************************
/etc/asterisk/sip_additional.conf
[201]
nat=yes
shall not register
nat=no register
and in DB also nat=no