This post focuses on the 794x/796x series, as that is most likely what you will see on the Cisco CCIE Voice lab exam currently.How to See the Status Message Screen Status messages can be seen at any time, even if the phone is still booting up, or not registered.Superb call quality, a large easy-to-read display screen and user-friendly button layouts/designs make the Cisco phone models of old and late some of the best hardware available for IP-based phone systems.However, for all their outstanding advantages, configuring these phones to work with a non-Cisco managed Vo IP network can be a bit of a chore.To further complicate this task, the information available on configuring the newer and more user-preferred devices (touch screens, color backlit display, etc.) is extremely sparse and largely unconfirmed.
Also make sure your cnf-files are perphone created and NOT perphonetype) Step 3.enter the following commands under telephony-service: where 1 is an identifer used to identify the particular locale, you can have up to 5 locales on your system at a time, with 0 being the default (so if you set 0 for your locale it will become the default) When you do this CME will helpfully copy the files into the appropriate directories.
This included CUCM CLI commands, CUC CLI commands and IM & Presence CLI commands.
It's no coincidence that this is the version of UC that is tested on the current CCIE Collaboration exams.
As part of the troubleshooting process, you will find that is very helpful to get the status message from the IP phone.
Note that the status messages displayed will vary slightly depending on the model of phone that is being used.