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(OP)
Hi, i'm hoping somebody can please help me.

I have been using VOIP via a softphone for a couple of years now, I decided that I wanted to have a go at setting up a Cisco phone. So I have got a 7940G second hand which works fine. I am a home user trying to learn so I am using a BT Homehub with dynamic IP and SIP on voip-talk.org

The phone was still configured form the previous owner with subnet, DNS, FTP, VLAN etc. I couldn't find a how to edit these settings, so I thought if I set it back to factory defaults, told it to delete network cfg. I thought on restarting it might ask me to input the detail? but it showing "configuring VLAN" and then constantly stays on "configuring IP"

although it stills picks up an IP via DHCP and I can ping it ok, I can also browse on to the web interface which show the following info

DEVICE INFO:
MAC Address         00137FA9D10B
Host Name         SEP00137FA9D10B
Phone DN         
App Load ID         P00307020400
Boot Load ID         PC0303010100
Version         7.2(4.0)
Expansion Module 1         
Expansion Module 2         
Hardware Revision     4.4
Serial Number         INM09101LK3
Model Number         CP-7940G
Codec                 ADLCodec
Amps                 5V Amp
C3PO Revision         2
Message Waiting     NO

NETWORK CONFIG:
DHCP Server         192.168.1.254
BOOTP Server         Yes
MAC Address         00137FA9D10B
Host Name         SEP00137FA9D10B
Domain Name         home
IP Address         192.168.1.68
Subnet Mask         255.255.255.0
TFTP Server 1         
Default Router 1     192.168.1.254
Default Router 2         
Default Router 3         
Default Router 4         
Default Router 5         
DNS Server 1         192.168.1.254
DNS Server 2         
DNS Server 3         
DNS Server 4         
DNS Server 5         
Operational VLAN Id         
Admin. VLAN Id         
CallManager 1         
CallManager 2         
CallManager 3         
CallManager 4         
CallManager 5         
Information URL         
Directories URL         
Messages URL         
Services URL         
DHCP Enabled         No
DHCP Address Released     Yes
Alternate TFTP         Yes
Erase Configuration     NO
Forwarding Delay     YES
Idle URL         
Idle URL Timer         0
Authentication Url         
Proxy Server Url         
PC Port Disabled     YES
SW Port Configuration     AUTO
PC Port Configuration     AUTO
TFTP Server 2         
User Locale         
Network Locale         
Handset Only Mode     No
User Locale Version         
Network Locale Version         
GARP Enabled         Yes
Voice VLAN Enabled     Yes
Auto Line Select Enabled     No
Video Capability Enabled     No
DSCP For Call Control         default
DSCP For Configuration         default
DSCP For Services         default
Security Mode         Non Secure
Web Access         Enabled
Connection Monitor Duration     0
PC VLAN     


Basically I need to know first all how to at least change the settings, as I don't have access via the phone itself or the web interface. And I will probibly also need to reflash the firmware with something that will do SIP.


Thanks for looking and your help

RE: Please help

(OP)
and in the the device debug log it keeps showing this error:

2027-08-06 09:04:39.990 Code:8107, P:0, S:0


the date doesn't change but the time does, not sure if the is any help?

RE: Please help

This firmware release is for SCCP protocol only and is not capable of doing SIP registration.
So you got 2 options. Load SIP firmware on the phone through a TFTP server or get a SCCP capable gateway (1st option would be the preffered in your case).
 

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