Error updating locale cisco ip communicator
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Both local and online resources will assist in working the kinks out of your system. A large number of Asterisk / Cisco configuration issues are identified and often fixed here.
Asterisk has 2 implementations for this channel (required for the 7910/20): However, the 7905/79/60 can be reconfigured to use SIP (recommended for use with Asterisk): The 7905 doesn't have Speakerphone (only a speaker for call monitoring or on-hook dialing), its SIP image has by far the best user interface of all cisco SIP phones, plus it's nicely compact, and the display even has a higher resolution than that of the 7960.
The 7912 is the same as the 7905, but with a built-in ethernet switch.
I have setup the free edition of Switchvox PBX and have upgraded two Cisco phones to SIP 8.5(4) images and they come up successfully, however they never appear in the Switchvox system. The phones come up, pull the appropriate xml, and files, show the extension assigned and say "Registering" (for about 2 minutes) before sitting there. There I have a Cisco 7961G and a Cisco 7940, neither of which work with Switchvox.
I have checked the advanced logs on the switchvox and no problems and have checked the phone error logs with the only error being "Error updating Locale". I am having the same problem, spent ages checking everything over and over in the config file, do these phones work with Switchvox? Apparently only my softphone x-lite will function...
The 7912/05 phones use a different configuration file format and syntax; for more information about configuring these phones please refer to Cisco 7905/7912 IP Phones.
A Cisco 7975 was not available for testing, however, the 79X5 models have standardized configuration templates and the information for these units should apply (We are still trying to acquire one to confirm this).To further complicate this task, the information available on configuring the newer and more user-preferred devices (touch screens, color backlit display, etc.) is extremely sparse and largely unconfirmed.