[Asterisk-Users] Cisco VIP30
eulake at gmail.com
Fri Jan 14 11:45:37 MST 2005
I've never used those instructions, this is my skinny.conf, and I was
able to connect 3 12 sp+ (apparently the exact same as a VIP30 minus
the extra buttons) with different firmwares.
; Skinny Configuration for Asterisk
port = 2000 ; Port to bind to, default tcp/2000
bindaddr = 172.16.0.5 ; Address to bind to IMPORTANT, must be the ip
of asterisk, not 0.0.0.0
dateFormat = M-D-Y ; M,D,Y in any order (5 chars max)
keepAlive = 120
allow = all
; disallow =
; Typical config for 12SP+
device=SEP00D0BA847E6B ; change this to be your MAC of the phone, make
sure to keep SEP infront
version=P002F202 ; so the firrmware on this phone is 2.02, if
it was 2.04, put P002F204
callerid = "SomeName",<0000000001>;
line => 402 ; Dial(Skinny/120 at florian)
Next, plug in a phone, and press **
You should be able to program the ip address. For the TFTP server, put
in your asterisk machine.
If you need it to be dhcp:
Use the option "Next-Server" with asterisk's ip in your dhcpd.conf.
I also found by confirguring the phone manually, let it connect, then
change it back to dhcp, it will remember the asterisk ip.
Let me know if you have any problems.
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 13:13:08 +0100, Pawel Jaskorzynski @ Sokolka
<pawel at sokolka.gdynia.pl> wrote:
> I am trying to run Cisco VIP30 phone with Asterisk. Here:
> I have found some info on the setup- does anybody have the right firmware
> for the phone, namely the P002L2J2.bin file? Or, maybe, any hints as to
> where it could be found?
> I would greatly appreciate any help.
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