We have 5 CISCO 7906G phones that need to be converted from SCCP to SIP.
I have seen CISCO documentation and that is hopeless. Bit of Googling lead me to conclusion that it requires someone experiend to get it done in one go as CISCO is not really interested in supporting third party SIP servers like Asterisk.
We are using Asterisk appliance to configure the thingo.
You will have to guide me through the process of getting it converted to SIP as I don't have remote login facility in my office and need to get this done shortly.
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