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Table of EOS, EOL, EOx, For All Cisco Phones


Does anyone know of a table like this for all Cisco phones


I started putting such a table together but it's turning out to be a lot of work.  And a lot of the current phones don't have EOX dates, so I would need to watch for updates somehow. 


And I know about the URL

End-of-Sale / End-of-Life   

but that is only one-at-a-time, and I usually have a list of 10 - 20 to check.  A table I could put into Excel would make life much easier for me.


The most important value is End Of Support.  Compatibility with 11.5 and 12 would probably be next. 


Model Release Date: End-of-Sale Date: End-of-Support Date: Works with CUCM 11.5 Works with CUCM 12
Cisco Unified IP Phone 8941 February 23, 2011 May 31, 2014 May 31, 2019 yes yes
Cisco Unified IP Phone 8945 February 23, 2011 March 31, 2016 March 31, 2021 yes yes
Cisco Unified IP Phone 8961 November 6, 2009 July 9, 2015 July 31, 2020 yes yes
Cisco Unified IP Phone 9951 November 6, 2009 July 5, 2016 July 31, 2021    
Cisco Unified IP Phone 9971 November 6, 2009 July 5, 2016 July 31, 2021    
Cisco Unified IP Phone 521SG August 11, 2008 April 30, 2010 May 1, 2015    
Cisco Unified IP Phone 524SG August 11, 2008 April 30, 2010 May 1, 2015    
Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920 Multi-Charger March 3, 2006 June 8, 2007 June 8, 2009    
Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7925G-EX November 6, 2009 October 15, 2016 October 31, 2019    




Okay, so my original post disappeared after I edited it. Now I see it here many hour later. In the meantime I recreated it. Please reply to the new one over here:
Phig Newton

Did you find an EOL EOS table?  That's exactly what I'm looking for.  I want to know if any of our phones need to be replaced because of End of Support, or because of a CUCM upgrade.  I bet there is a way to query for this with APIs.  Maybe you have figured it out already.

No, I looked and looked, and never found a table for End of Life, End of Support, etc., only individual pages for each phone, or model group.  


If you find one, please post to this thread.  I could still use a list like that.  Looking up each individual phone is quite tedious.  

Hi Phig/Gretchen,


I was looking at each of the phone EOL status and prepared a similar table recently to check compatibility for CUCM versions 12.x & 14.x. As per Cisco's initial announcement, any phones which are EOL are not supported in CUCM 14.x but later they also announced that they have extended that deadline. But still the EOL info in the below table holds good. Hope this will be useful.


DeviceEOL statusCUCM 12.xCUCM 14.x
Cisco 6921EoL Deprecated
Cisco 6941EoL Deprecated
Cisco 6945EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7902EoLDeprecatedDeprecated
Cisco 7911EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7925EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7935EoLDeprecatedDeprecated
Cisco 7936EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7937EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7940EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7941G-GEEoL Deprecated
Cisco 7942EoL Deprecated
Cisco 794530-Jun-23  
Cisco 7960EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7961EoL Deprecated
Cisco 7961G-GEEoL Deprecated
Cisco 7962EoL Deprecated
Cisco 796530-Jun-23  
Cisco 7970EoLDeprecatedDeprecated
Cisco 7971EoLDeprecatedDeprecated
Cisco 797530-Jun-23  
Cisco ATA 186EoL Deprecated
Cisco ATA 187EoL Deprecated



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Rajan.  That is definitely something I need, too.  I created that same type of table a couple of years ago, but I don't even think CUCM 14 was out back then, but I need a new one, so yeah, this is nice.  Thank you Rajan.


For the End of Support (and other) dates, I'm trying to figure out how to pull them from the Cisco API.  I have Postman and SoapUI installed, trying to figure out the token it is asking for.  If I can get a list of phone models, maybe I can build a table in a couple hours with the API. 


Maybe I need to see if Cisco has an API forum ... Do they call it DevNet now?

Don't bother with the APIs for EOX.  The EOX information is Fort Knox, under lock and key.  I spent hours trying to figure out how to do APIs, installed Postman, watched numerous Youtube videos, and guess what, NOPE, you have to be a Smartnet or PSS partner to have access to this info publicly available on the web, but oh no, not the APIs.  Pretty furious about all the wasted time, and how everything is under lock and key.  

Thanks.  I had started to go down that same road and put a day into it when I saw your post.  We are a partner.  I don't know who our approver is, but I'm sure the answer is going to be no, so I aborted.  A whole day wasted.  I wonder why this API is locked down and what the big deal is.  An API reply takes much less than a web page.  They could just limit the rate.  I'm a little tired of this stuff Cisco. 

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