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Delete IP706/712 old firmware?

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How do you delete the older phone firmware for an IP 706/712 phone?

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Re: Delete IP706/712 old firmware?

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You can do this with an FTP client by accessing the ADTRAN directory of CFLASH.  You can also access the CLI in enable mode and erase the images with the erase command.  To prevent misspelling it is best to issue the show cflash /ADTRAN/ command first, then copy and paste the right filename into the erase command like this example:


7100#show cflash /ADTRAN/


01/19/2012  12:19 PM                 907 adtran_000000000000.txt


02/28/2014  13:56 PM                1373 adtran_00a0c84516f3.txt


02/28/2014  13:46 PM                1374 adtran_00a0c84516f4.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 265 adtran_boot.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 208 adtran_boot_remote.txt


05/23/2012  11:23 AM                1424 adtran_customer.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 115 adtran_firmware_706.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 118 adtran_firmware_712.txt


01/01/1980  00:00 AM                 119 adtran_global.txt


07/01/2013  07:57 AM                 601 adtran_phonebook.csv


07/19/2011  08:30 AM             1933747 apadt12r1316.ebin


07/19/2011  08:30 AM             1933453 apadt6r1316.ebin


10/15/2012  12:59 PM             2314808 apadt6r230.ebin


02/22/2013  11:41 AM             2314777 apadt6r2403.ebin


03/31/2010  12:56 PM              847235 btadt12r1312.ebin


10/15/2012  13:00 PM              878965 btadt12r210.ebin


03/31/2010  12:56 PM              847099 btadt6r1312.ebin


10/15/2012  13:01 PM              878777 btadt6r210.ebin


03/31/2010  12:57 PM               36406 iconpixmap.bmp


03/31/2010  12:57 PM              108255 Language_English.xml


20 File(s)       26776591 bytes


0 Dir(s)        0 bytes


226750464 bytes used, 796196864 available, 1022947328 total




7100#erase cflash /ADTRAN/apadt12r1316.ebin



Thanks,

Matt

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Re: Delete IP706/712 old firmware?

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You can do this with an FTP client by accessing the ADTRAN directory of CFLASH.  You can also access the CLI in enable mode and erase the images with the erase command.  To prevent misspelling it is best to issue the show cflash /ADTRAN/ command first, then copy and paste the right filename into the erase command like this example:


7100#show cflash /ADTRAN/


01/19/2012  12:19 PM                 907 adtran_000000000000.txt


02/28/2014  13:56 PM                1373 adtran_00a0c84516f3.txt


02/28/2014  13:46 PM                1374 adtran_00a0c84516f4.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 265 adtran_boot.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 208 adtran_boot_remote.txt


05/23/2012  11:23 AM                1424 adtran_customer.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 115 adtran_firmware_706.txt


02/22/2013  11:55 AM                 118 adtran_firmware_712.txt


01/01/1980  00:00 AM                 119 adtran_global.txt


07/01/2013  07:57 AM                 601 adtran_phonebook.csv


07/19/2011  08:30 AM             1933747 apadt12r1316.ebin


07/19/2011  08:30 AM             1933453 apadt6r1316.ebin


10/15/2012  12:59 PM             2314808 apadt6r230.ebin


02/22/2013  11:41 AM             2314777 apadt6r2403.ebin


03/31/2010  12:56 PM              847235 btadt12r1312.ebin


10/15/2012  13:00 PM              878965 btadt12r210.ebin


03/31/2010  12:56 PM              847099 btadt6r1312.ebin


10/15/2012  13:01 PM              878777 btadt6r210.ebin


03/31/2010  12:57 PM               36406 iconpixmap.bmp


03/31/2010  12:57 PM              108255 Language_English.xml


20 File(s)       26776591 bytes


0 Dir(s)        0 bytes


226750464 bytes used, 796196864 available, 1022947328 total




7100#erase cflash /ADTRAN/apadt12r1316.ebin



Thanks,

Matt

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