It already has the SIP firmware loaded (SIP11.8-4-1S) and theoretically all that should be required is the SEP(mac address)xml file and At present the phone is stuck in a "Registering" state How are you trying to connect it? From here you have two types of locales that can exist, system-defined locales which are produced by cisco, and user-defined which are custom, now for the purpose of the CCIE Voice I am only really concerned about system-defined locales (i.e.Also make sure your cnf-files are perphone created and NOT perphonetype) Step 3.enter the following commands under telephony-service: where 1 is an identifer used to identify the particular locale, you can have up to 5 locales on your system at a time, with 0 being the default (so if you set 0 for your locale it will become the default) When you do this CME will helpfully copy the files into the appropriate directories.Some significant modifications have been made to this page, but it really needs some more editing and trimming. If someone knows a better way to include the xml files other than just placing the contents in the body of the page, please pitch in and move them.By default most Cisco Vo IP phones come configured for Call Manager, which uses the 'Skinny' protocol - SCCP.
After heading up the deployment of 3 small Asterisk based PBX deployments, all of which were to make use of various different Cisco IP Phone models; a great deal of information about these phones has been collected.Ok Guys, how many times have you seen a phone display the message "error updating locale" and thought to yourself.. So really quickly, here is how to install a locale in CCME 7.0 (note these steps ONLY apply to CME 7.0.1 and above and will NOT work in older versions of CME, my understanding of the older CME and locales is its quite hard to do.) Step 1. Place them onto a TFTP server and then download them to your cisco router to your flash:/its/ directory (note: this assumes you've not changed the cnf-location or anything funky like that. ones I can download and install :p) so I am afraid thats all i deal with here.Does your Cisco handset not boot, or have some other unexplained issue?You can do a factory reset and see if that helps (this is usually the last step in troubleshooting before the trash can).