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 Subject :Ubiquiti Nanostation m2.. 2016-12-11- 08:26:58 
KF4HJW
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Topic : Ubiquiti Nanostation m2

Trying to understand current status of the device and installing the Mesh updates.  If the version isv5.6.2 (XM) with the latest boot version has a upgrade been created to allow using the currently sold device?


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 Subject :Re:Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-07- 14:04:33 
N9ZWY
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Hey, thank you for the reply. The back of the phone says CP-7940G. The front says 7940 series. When I purchased the phone, the details were stated that was a refurbished SIP phone. When I browse to the phone, here's what the Device Information reports: MAC Address #####FD####A Host Name SEP#####FD####A Phone DN App Load ID P00307020300 Boot Load ID PC0303010100 Version 7.2(3.0) Expansion Module 1 Expansion Module 2 Hardware Revision 4.4 Serial Number INM#####PPF Model Number CP-7940G Codec ADLCodec Amps 5V Amp C3PO Revision 2 Message Waiting NO Gotcha on the 7941 using SEP files. That makes it really strange why a 7940 phone would use a 7941-style SEP file. Wondering if it has something to do with the Host Name value starting with "SEP". Hmmm... Anyway, your reply is greatly appreciated, Paul. (BTW, I really appreciate your work in the videos. You're a good teacher.) Todd N9ZWY
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 Subject :Re:Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-07- 11:00:18 
KF5JIM
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Joined: 2013-07-17- 12:13:36
Posts: 250
Location: Nederland
Forum : VoIP
Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

I found a little bit of time right now (I'm curled up in bed).

Is it indeed a 7940 phone? Or is it a 7941? The 7940 and 7941 use different firmware and configuration files. The 7940/7960 phones use the files attached to the video (SIP______.cnf). And since I never owned a 7941/7961 phone, I never made configuration files for them. Nonetheless, the 7941/7961 phones use the SEP______.cnf.xml files.

More information on configuring the 7940 and 7941 phones can be found here: http://loss4words.livejournal.com/561529.html

Firmware for the 7941 phone can be found here (you want SIP): http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/collaboration-endpoints/unified-ip-phone-7941g/model.html#~tab-downloads

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 Subject :Re:Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-07- 10:09:58 
KF5JIM
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Todd, I'll take a look at it on the weekend when I have time and get back to you.
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 Subject :Re:Cell Phones and Mesh.. 2016-12-07- 10:06:33 
AJ4FW
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Topic : Cell Phones and Mesh

Has there been any further activity in using the MESH with linphone and the free pbx on the pi. If so is there a comprehensive how to?
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 Subject :Re:Cell Phones and Mesh.. 2016-12-07- 10:06:22 
AJ4FW
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Topic : Cell Phones and Mesh

Has there been any further activity in using the MESH with linphone and the free pbx on the pi. If so is there a comprehensive how to?
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 Subject :Re:Cell Phones and Mesh.. 2016-12-07- 10:06:19 
AJ4FW
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Topic : Cell Phones and Mesh

Has there been any further activity in using the MESH with linphone and the free pbx on the pi. If so is there a comprehensive how to?
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 Subject :Re:RI mesh meeting: Dec. 10, 2016.. 2016-12-06- 14:32:58 
w9gyr
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Location: Rhode Island FN41gt
 
Forum : Rhode Island
Topic : RI mesh meeting: Dec. 10, 2016

I'll be listening in on the KA1RCI repeater network during the morning before the meeting if you need directions. 145.350 / 144.750 with PL 67.0
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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:48 
N9ZWY
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:47 
N9ZWY
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:47 
N9ZWY
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Joined: 2016-11-17- 23:26:03
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:47 
N9ZWY
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Joined: 2016-11-17- 23:26:03
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:46 
N9ZWY
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Joined: 2016-11-17- 23:26:03
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:16 
N9ZWY
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:25:08 
N9ZWY
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:24:59 
N9ZWY
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Joined: 2016-11-17- 23:26:03
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Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found.. 2016-12-05- 18:24:31 
N9ZWY
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Joined: 2016-11-17- 23:26:03
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Forum : VoIP
Topic : Asterisk & Cisco 7940: File Not Found

Been working many days on setting up Asterisk on a new Raspberry Pi.  Everything is going well, up to a point.

I am following the helpful videos on this site from Paul, regarding setting up Asterisk & provisioning the 7940 phones.   All long, I have been careful to follow his steps.

When the configured Cisco 7940 files are uploaded to the TFTPBoot folder on the PI, I carefully go into a 7940 and steer it to the PI's correct IP address (for the TFTP server IP), I am receiving a "File not found   SEP#######"

The weird part is that the letters SEP (above) is not a typo.  I realize that Paul's instruction is for the configuration of a CNF file starting with the letters SIP.

Regardless, even if I copy the correct SIP file and rename it to start with SEP, the same issue happens.

What is going wrong where this won't work?  I'm completely and utterly stumped, even to the point of scrapping the whole thing and building everything from the ground-up again.  Same results.

Please, please help.

I thank you kindly!  Cheers, blessings, and 73!


Todd, N9ZWY

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 Subject :Re:Inquiry about Possible Mesh Neting in Washtenaw County.. 2016-12-05- 12:44:51 
KE8CEH
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Topic : Inquiry about Possible Mesh Neting in Washtenaw County

Hey Guys, (newly) Macomb County resident here. I expect to have a node up and running in Q1 2017. I plan to eventually have an rPi based file server attached with useful emergency information, as well as a VOIP phone and/or server(Asterisk or otherwise). This is all mainly for my own curiousity/enjoyment, but it may be useful for someone. I also plan to attach an Outernet satellite receiver to offer up their curated content.

I'd also like to be able to create a duplicate portable setup, as I am part of the Livonia CERT, and this could be useful in a huge disaster (sometimes we could operate multiple incident command posts for a similar area). I'm part of the Livonia Amateur Radio Club, and perhaps I can convince them to add a node to our repeater location such that there would be a more central place to connect to.

If you're interested, look me up on QRZ and shoot me an email. I'm sure we could use more local nodes (the map is hopefully not up to date!)

Mike - KE8CEH


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 Subject :RI mesh meeting: Dec. 10, 2016.. 2016-12-01- 15:52:26 
w9gyr
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Joined: 2013-06-25- 14:14:43
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Location: Rhode Island FN41gt
 
Forum : Rhode Island
Topic : RI mesh meeting: Dec. 10, 2016

We're holding a RI area mesh meeting on Saturday December 10th at 10:30 am. The location is Ladd Observatory at Brown University. The street address is 210 Doyle Ave. Providence RI 02906.

We'll be meeting about once a month. The next one will be in mid January and we'll post the details here in about a week.

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 Subject :Re:Tunneling good/bad/has anyone done it?.. 2016-11-28- 02:12:28 
AB9U
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Joined: 2012-03-06- 08:19:44
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Location: Cottonwood, AZ
 
Forum : Applications
Topic : Tunneling good/bad/has anyone done it?

At the Server screen you have two blocks, (Client) (Pwd). Client is the Node Name of the user you want to allow to connect to you and Pwd is whatever you want to assign. The Net address is created automatically. The server owner has to know the client node name on the mesh network and in return provides that client owner (below) with the three details needed to connect. Tjhe email link can do that by sending a message. At the Client screen there are three blocks (Server) (Pwd) (Network). Server can be a named url or a numeric IP address. Pwd and Network are whatever the owner of the server gives you. The server owner has to tell you all three details or you can't connect.
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