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Old 05-18-2011, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am a Network admin student and in my Convergence class we were given a project last night .. we have to set up a working voip..the parts consist of spa9000, spa400 srw2008, 1 ip phone and a pots phone. we had 2 hours last night and we get 4 hours next tues day to complete it (have to call from pots to ip phone and vice versa) and the next class it is graded (30% of my total grade), I am the most experienced on our team (3 of us) i am about 80% completed in the course and the others are new and have no knowedge. last night i hooked everything up and was able to telnet and log in thriough the web interface of the switch but cannot get the two spa's to recognize. I also have to admit i feel a lil lost not being able to use the standard CLI of the Cisco IOS. is there any advice you can give me .. granted I know you will probably need more infothan what I gave so feel free to ask me what you need.

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Old 05-19-2011, 09:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I am not asking for someone to do my work only guidance (as it is clearly stated in my post), basically I would like advice on how to configure these items. I am used to the standard CLI and am having hard time figuring out the web based gui on the switch. Never did I ask for someone to do my work nor was it ever implied I suggest you get your facts straight (and read what is clearly posted!)before accusing someone.
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