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cisco 8800 series 8851 SIP change language without CUCM

Hi all,

My customer have buyed a cisco phone 8851 SIP.

I haven't account on CUCM, I have use a tftp server to configure it (great thanks to cisco for this beautifull idea : no interface administration on phone's GUI or http server).

So, now I must change the language.. I have downloaded the "po-locale-fr_FR-k3-11.5.1.3000-1.cop.sgn"but how to use it without CUCM ??

 

Thanks a lot,

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I found.

1>decompress the .cop.sgn via the script (http://usecallmanager.nz/includes/stripsgn) 

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use POSIX qw/EXIT_FAILURE EXIT_SUCCESS/;
use English qw/-no_match_vars/;
use IO::File;

our $GZIP_HEADER = "\x1f\x8b";

eval {
    my $cop_sgn = shift;

    die 'no input file' unless (length $cop_sgn);
    die 'invalid suffix (must be .cop.sgn)' unless ($cop_sgn =~ m/\.cop.sgn$/);

    (my $tar_gz = $cop_sgn) =~ s/\.cop\.sgn$/.tar.gz/;

    die 'open: ' . $OS_ERROR unless (my $input = IO::File->new ($cop_sgn, '<'));
    die 'read: ' . $OS_ERROR unless ($input->read (my $content, 512));

    my $offset = index ($content, $GZIP_HEADER);

    die 'gzip header not found' unless ($offset > -1);
    die 'open: ' . $OS_ERROR unless (my $output = IO::File->new ($tar_gz, '>', 0600));

    $output->print (substr ($content, $offset));

    while ($input->read (my $content, 4096)) {
	$output->print ($content);
    }

    $output->close;
    $input->close;
};

if (length $EVAL_ERROR) {
    $EVAL_ERROR =~ s/ at \S+ line \d+\.//;
    warn $EVAL_ERROR;

    exit EXIT_FAILURE;
}

exit EXIT_SUCCESS;

2> decompress the archive created into a tmp directory 

3>copy from the tmp directory to your tftpd directory the directory usr/local/cm/tftp/<my language>

4>modify your config .cnf.xml section <userLocale> 

example :

<userLocale>
<name>french_france</name>
<uid>1</uid>
<langCode>fr_FR</langCode>
<version>1.0.0.0-1</version>
<winCharSet>iso-8859-1</winCharSet>
</userLocale>

et voilà!

Thanks Cisco for this simply way to administrate your phone

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Beginner

I found.

1>decompress the .cop.sgn via the script (http://usecallmanager.nz/includes/stripsgn) 

#!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;
use POSIX qw/EXIT_FAILURE EXIT_SUCCESS/;
use English qw/-no_match_vars/;
use IO::File;

our $GZIP_HEADER = "\x1f\x8b";

eval {
    my $cop_sgn = shift;

    die 'no input file' unless (length $cop_sgn);
    die 'invalid suffix (must be .cop.sgn)' unless ($cop_sgn =~ m/\.cop.sgn$/);

    (my $tar_gz = $cop_sgn) =~ s/\.cop\.sgn$/.tar.gz/;

    die 'open: ' . $OS_ERROR unless (my $input = IO::File->new ($cop_sgn, '<'));
    die 'read: ' . $OS_ERROR unless ($input->read (my $content, 512));

    my $offset = index ($content, $GZIP_HEADER);

    die 'gzip header not found' unless ($offset > -1);
    die 'open: ' . $OS_ERROR unless (my $output = IO::File->new ($tar_gz, '>', 0600));

    $output->print (substr ($content, $offset));

    while ($input->read (my $content, 4096)) {
	$output->print ($content);
    }

    $output->close;
    $input->close;
};

if (length $EVAL_ERROR) {
    $EVAL_ERROR =~ s/ at \S+ line \d+\.//;
    warn $EVAL_ERROR;

    exit EXIT_FAILURE;
}

exit EXIT_SUCCESS;

2> decompress the archive created into a tmp directory 

3>copy from the tmp directory to your tftpd directory the directory usr/local/cm/tftp/<my language>

4>modify your config .cnf.xml section <userLocale> 

example :

<userLocale>
<name>french_france</name>
<uid>1</uid>
<langCode>fr_FR</langCode>
<version>1.0.0.0-1</version>
<winCharSet>iso-8859-1</winCharSet>
</userLocale>

et voilà!

Thanks Cisco for this simply way to administrate your phone

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