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Old 02-22-2010, 07:00 PM
wnie wnie is offline
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Post Questions about MV_IPTEL's 'Scanning IP Telephone Firmware' feature

I can't find any useful document to explain how to configure and use MV_IPTEL's 'Scanning IP Telephone Firmware' feature.

Only find the below descriptions:
The File Server application Status Web page has a built-in scan function that checks the current status of IP telephone firmware. MV_Scan_Console invokes a sequential set of SNMP queries to a range of IP addresses and stores the results in both detail and summary format.
You can set the start and stop range. There is an option to set a maximum count of the telephones searched with a default = 1000.
To search a range of IP addresses, create a text file with the start and stop range. Place the text file in the “Scan” subdirectory. Enter the file name in the Web form. This method overrides the start and stop range settings.
The format is a list of ranges formatted with start and stop IP addresses separated by a space on separate lines.

But, every time running scan, it always thought all IP address was Not an IP Phone.
We have configured the SET SNMP address / STRING public in 46xxsetting file.
Just guess whether it is caused by the MV_IPTEL’s SNMP String.

Hope anyone can help me!
Thanks very much in advance!
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Old 03-08-2010, 10:53 AM
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Are you just trying to figure out what version of firmware your phones are running?

If so you can just do in the sat terminal: list registered

This will show all the registered IP stations and their firmware load.
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Old 03-09-2010, 06:40 AM
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Default how to get the FW of the IP phones

In addition to the below details, if you are looking for specifuc stations, then...

1) type "list registered", then, press HELP. Options woulf help you sort out your search
2) Alternately, "status station <staion ext>" also details the FW of the specific phone
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:00 PM
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Thanks very much for your explanations.

But, actually, customer want to use "Scanning IP Telephone Firmware" in MV_IPTEL application to get all registered phones' FW.

There is also such feature's introduction in the manual document.
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mv_iptel, scan, snmp

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