I followed the video
and the User Accounts shows the correct name, the IP Phone Config, and IP Phone Global shows the correct name also. I ask the user to reboot the phones that were updated and they still do
not display the correct. Also the directories on all phones are not displaying the change either. All phones are Polycoms and I update the directory for all.
It's running R10.11.0.HA.E. Phones finally picked up the changes after rebooting the 1238s that trunk to to the 7100,. I actually had to reboot the switches twice because the user onsite stated that 2 of the 30+phones still did not update,
but they are all updated now. I would like to know why it took 2 reboots for the changes. This 7100 is the main PBX in a MPLS network with other 7100s and switches.
Kristopher, without seeing the system in that state, there is no way to know for certain what was happening, since any logs would be cleared from memory after a reboot. I would suggest upgrading to 11.4.5, as the version of code you're running has been out of software support for over a year and there have been numerous bug fixes during that time. Here is the link to the page explaining the software support policy:
I am having the same problem, even after upgrading to 11-10-2. No change after syncing phones, manually rebooting phone, or rebooting system. I have to physically travel to the customers location and use the phone's menu to change the name. Using Adtran IP706 phones.
Michael, if that is the case, I would recommend opening a ticket with support for live troubleshooting on the system. Thanks
Directory updates have always been a pain and still there is always a phone or 2 that don't get the change.
This is how I update the directories on 7100's.
1> Go to "IP Phone Globals" and verify that the change shows up in the "Global Directory" list.
2> Go to the bottom of the list and click on "Save Global Directory". If the "Save Global Directory" is greyed out then click on "Add custom directory entry"
then click on "Save Global Directory" (leave the custom entry blank). This forces the Global Directory to be re-written.
3> Go to "IP Phone Configs" and select all the configs you want to update.
4> Click on the down arrow for "Other Actions" and select "Update Directories".
5> When the directory update is finished open/edit one or more of the phone configs and go to "other Directory Entries" tab and verify the phone config was
6> At an appropriate time preferably after business hours as this will reboot the phones 10 at a time every 10 minutes until all phones that were selected are updated. Go back to "IP Phone Configs" and select all the phone configs you want updated.
7> Click on the down arrow for "Other Actions" and select "Sync Phones".
8> Click "Yes" at the bottom of the "Phone Synchronization Confirmation" and the phones will start rebooting 10 at a time and pull the updated configuration files.
If you get someone says that their directory was not updated, I would verify that the Phone Config was updated and manually reboot the phone by either turning the switch port off and on or have the user unplug an plug the phone.
Another thing you can do after you perform Doug’s steps is to verify that the correct names are in the directory file for the IP 700 series phones.
Log into the CLI and do this:
UCAS15# show file cflash adtran/adtran_phonebook.csv
Using 503 bytes
First Name,Last Name,E-mail Address,Home Phone,Mobile Phone,Business Street,Business Street 2,Business Street 3,Business City,Business Postal Code,Business State,Business Country,Business Phone,Business Fax,Company,Job Title
Analog FXS,Port 0/1,,,,,,,,,,,2001,,,
Analog FXS,Port 0/2,,,,,,,,,,,2002,,,
Make sure all the names are correct in the file with the correct extension. If not, then the steps Doug listed are not getting done properly. Try repeating them again.
If the IP 700 series phone are still not updating properly, then you can try defaulting the phone and forcing it to download the new files. Sometimes when the phones are plugged into switches and not directly connected to the 7100 the syncing and rebooting of the phones doesn’t work. If after manually rebooting the phones and they are still not updating then defaulting will force the phone to download the new updated directory file.
To default an IP 700 series phone do the following steps:
Ÿ From the idle screen of a registered phone:
1. Press the Menu key.
2. Select Phone Settings.
3. Select Reset.
4. Press the Edit softkey.
5. Press the Factory softkey.
Hope that helps.
I have had the same problem. I was not able to see the directory change after executing all of the steps outlined in this post and other posts too! I updated directories and rebooted phones countless times. Still, the old name remained. I ran the CLI command to verify the names were correct in the ( #show file cflash adtran/adtran_phonebook.csv ) and the new name was there, but would not update in the directory.
Feeling frustrated, I was searching through each page and found;
Applications-Status Groups-View/Delete Status Groups-Status Group Members.
It was there that I found the old user name I was trying to change, still hung up in the list. Clicked on and changed to the new name and Bam! The Directory changed immediately. Not sure what the hang-up was, but this solved my problem and the new name now displays on the directory.
Check it out.
I know this is an old subject - but with Flash being unavailable these days, updating the directories for Polycom phones via the web interface is not an option anymore.
Is there a corresponding CLI command to accomplish the same?
I can't seem to find any reference or documentation for that anywhere. Would seem odd that the GUI can issue commands that can't be issued via the CLI.
Any help is greatly appreciated.