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Help me with CISCO 7945 configuration

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by muntean, Dec 28, 2008.

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  1. muntean

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    Please help with configuration of CISCO 7945 because I try all possibilities and don't work.
    I have 8-4-1-23 version SIP on my phone.
     
  2. Discovery Technology

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    Have you checked the forums for positing on sample config files for Cisco IP phones?

    The syntax is almost identical across most of their handsets.

    I am assuming that you have an internal TFTP server as well? (Also in the forum postings)
     
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  3. muntean

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    Yes,
    I read more example of configuration and put in my sip phone configuration but not work.
     
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    What version of 3CX are you using?
     
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    You will need a SIPdeafult.cnf file, a SEP[MAC].cnf.xml file and a SIP[MAC].cnf file and a ringlist.dat at the very least - can you itemise which files you are using on your TFTP server, as well as list examples of them?

    Also, in the SIPdeafult.cnf file it is useful to define the Outbound proxy as the internal IP of your 3CX Server.

    I am assuming that your internal TFTP server has been verified as working?

    I would also suggest having somewhere on your internal IIS Server a dialplan.xml file as well.
     
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    I have the XMLDefault.cnf.xml and SEP[MAC].cnf.xml
    I use the last version of 3CX v7.

    If you want I put the content of this files.
     
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    That would be useful - you're welcome to blank out any user-specific details such as extensions and passwords if you like.

    You may also not be operating with the full list of cnf files that you would need either, so posting your existing ones would help confirm this.
     
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