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    I'm trying to use a Cisco 7970 IP Phone as an Epygi extension but If I go to the WEB manager of the phone I can't find where to enter the SIP parameters. right now it only shows me a lot of different parameters in the phone but I can´t modify any info.

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    Is the phone in SIP mode or is it in the CISCO STANDARD of " SKINNY "

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    It was in CISCO protocol, but finally I was able to replace the firmware with SIP, of course I don't have call manager, so it made it very difficult to create the configuration file. After a lot of research I was able to make it work with the Quadro and it works fine, it is a very nice telephone.


    I'm trying to find out how to configure the WEB based services for the CISCO 7970 IP Phone, if somebody knows how, I will apreciate your help.


    If somebody else has this phone and needs help to make it work with the epygi, I will be glad to help.

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    I've just bought one of these and am dying to get it working with the quadro2x.

    Anyone had any success?


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    My 7960G's work perfectly... though it looks great on my desk, I'm missing features like Paging.

    Any questions, feel free to contact me.


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    All Cisco Phones are configured with xml files through a TFTP server.


    I have 2 Ciscos 7970 working perfectly, you just need to have the files.


    To have a complete configuration with all the settings you need 3 files to load on the phone.


    If you want I can send you the files by e-mail, or if possible I post it here


    BR


    Edgar Lopes

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