When you install CIPC SW on your client PC, you have the phone load. You configure its TFTP server as 10.1.1.1 and you are ready to rock and roll.
In this example, I am running CIPC version 188.8.131.52 (you will notcie that in the terminal monitor display below when it registers)
The PC can then be connected one of two ways:
- locally on the data VLAN of the UC520
- via the VPN Server of the UC520 (using the Cisco VPN Client when PC is remote)
When connecting to the CME device (in our case running on UC520) it will ask for its Configuration File.
You will see the name SEPxxxxxxxxxxxx, which is Skinny Enp Point <MAC of your PC>
When you open CCA, you will see the Phone Type CIPC and notice the MAC Address of the PC Interface use for the connection.
Now you would configure it as any other phone. CIPC button behavior is like the 7970 in terms of button support.
But getting back to this SEP Config file, the file it looks for on the UC520 isnt on Flash:...
When it doesnt find it, it goes for the default file in System:/ITS:
You can see this by opening a SSH session to the UC520 and turning on debugging for TFTP Events and TFTP Packets.
May 29 17:52:01.908: TFTP: Server request for port 4970, socket_id 0x86A9AC30 for process 172 May 29 17:52:01.908: TFTP: read request from host 192.168.10.13(4970) via BVI1 May 29 17:52:01.908: TFTP: Looking for CTLSEP00218656CEE2.tlv May 29 17:52:01.908: TFTP: Sending error 1 No such file May 29 17:52:02.952: TFTP: Server request for port 4970, socket_id 0x86A9AC30 for process 172 May 29 17:52:02.952: TFTP: read request from host 192.168.10.13(4970) via BVI1 May 29 17:52:02.952: TFTP: Looking for SEP00218656CEE2.cnf.xml May 29 17:52:02.952: TFTP: Opened system:/its/XMLDefaultCIPC.cnf.xml, fd 10, size 1176 for process 172 May 29 17:52:02.952: TFTP: Sending block 1 (retry 0), socket_id 0x86A9AC30 May 29 17:52:02.956: TFTP: Received ACK for block 1, socket_id 0x86A9AC30 May 29 17:52:02.956: TFTP: Sending block 2 (retry 0), socket_id 0x86A9AC30 May 29 17:52:02.956: TFTP: Received ACK for block 2, socket_id 0x86A9AC30g May 29 17:52:02.956: TFTP: Sending block 3 (retry 0), socket_id 0x86A9AC30 May 29 17:52:02.960: TFTP: Received ACK for block 3, socket_id 0x86A9AC30 May 29 17:52:02.960: TFTP: Finished system:/its/XMLDefaultCIPC.cnf.xml, time 00:00:00 for process 172
Then the phone is happy (has what it wants and is registered) May 29 17:52:14.225: %IPPHONE-6-REG_ALARM: 25: Name=SEP00218656CEE2 Load= 184.108.40.206 Last=Initialized May 29 17:52:16.341: %IPPHONE-6-REGISTER: ephone-12:SEP00218656CEE2 IP:192.168.10.13 Socket:15 DeviceType:Phone has registered.
If you open system:/its and its the very last file (in bold).
SBCS-Main#dir system:/its Directory of system:/its/
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