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Old 11-07-2017, 11:18 AM
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Default How does a IP phone knows how to reach the 46xx file?

I have a remote site with existing IP phones and we are adding a small Sales group that needs to have the secondary network port on the 9608 phone blocked. A new customized 46xx file has been created to shut down the port and the file is residing on a new folder in the TFTP server.

The part I don't understand is how can you direct the Sales group phones to the new customized 46xx file if there is already a existing voice vlan and standard 46xx file. New voice vlan?
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