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Cisco IP phone customization help
CambiataCommander ShepardThe likes of which even GAWD has never seenRegistered Userregular
What I really want to do is use my own customer wallpapers for this phone. I've gotten pretty far in figuring things out, but I'm still missing something or other. What I've done so far:
- Created 800X480 images in 24 colors
- created thumbnail images for those wallpapers
- downloaded list.xml from the tftp server
- Edited list.xml to include references to my new wallpapers
Here's the part where I'm stuck: I can't seem to figure out how to upload my files. I know the correct upload directory is Desktops/800x480x24/ because that's where I got the list.xml file from.
I've tried this syntax on cmd.exe:
tftp [tftp server address] put masseffect.png Desktops/800x480x24/
I also tried:
tftp [tftp server address] put masseffect.png /Desktops/800x480x24/
Neither worked. There is also a second tftp server address that I tried with both syntax types and neither worked.
Is this just a case where I don't have access to that directory and so can't upload? I could probably just ask IT to upload it for me, but I'd really love to be able to figure this out. I don't have access to Cisco call manager/utility and I don't have access to download it from our available software. Am I just outta luck here?