We have a problem with a Cisco 3905 phone that is not booting and is displaying the error: Image download fail from 192.168.1.100
I found a Thread that says there is a vmlinuz file that needs to be placed on a TFTP server with the address 192.168.1.100 that will enable the phone to boot.
Does anyone have this file or is there some other solution to this problem?
Using the 9.4(1) load directly does not work. The phones are looking for vmlinuz file and ignore any other files.
For anyone facing the same problem the file vmlinuz was posted in the other thread I mentioned earlier.
Here it is: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1TImusMjrzjUU9VTnkyN2daRDg
The "vmlinux" file on the previous post did not work for me , what DID work for me
- setup TFTP server on same lan as the phone ( back to back will work )
- download the .ZIP file for the phone , extract the files ( should be one that has .ZZ extension ) to TFTP root
- copy the .ZZ file to duplicate it , then
- rename that file to vmlinuz ( no extension , etc , just the vmlinuz ) and put it in the root of the TFTP server.