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cisco 7940 phone and firmware

Hi everybody

I just bought cisco 7940 phone for my ccna voice lab.

When I look at the firmware setting on the phone, that is what i found:

FIRMWARE VERSION

1) APP LOAD ID   

    D00308010200

Is this firmware? what will happen if ip phone load different firmware version specified in configuration file on tftp server?

2) BOOT LOAD ID

    DC03A300

    What is that?

3) VERSION 8.1(2.0)

     Is that the firmware version ?

4)  DSP 4.0(5.0)(A0)

     What kind of codec this dsp uses ?

thanks and have a great day

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Application Load ID

Identifies the phone application running on the phone

Boot Load ID

Identifies the factory-installed load running on the phone

DSP Load ID

Identifies the DSP version on the phone.


Preferred codec: g711ulaw

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Hi there,

The firmware that is "active" and currently running on the phone

is the Application Load ID

Cheers!

Rob

"Every fool's got a reason to feelin' sorry for himself" - Springsteen

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Rising star

The firmware version is #3. (8.1(2.0))

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Beginner

The phone is working or not???

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Application Load ID

Identifies the phone application running on the phone

Boot Load ID

Identifies the factory-installed load running on the phone

DSP Load ID

Identifies the DSP version on the phone.


Preferred codec: g711ulaw

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thanks Piyush.

Cisco ip phone needs firmware to operate. My question is where do  Application load id and Boot load id fit in this regard?

Which one is firmware Application load id/ or boot load id ?

thanks

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Hi there,

The firmware that is "active" and currently running on the phone

is the Application Load ID

Cheers!

Rob

"Every fool's got a reason to feelin' sorry for himself" - Springsteen

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