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I am trying to get a 7960 to be provisioned by the PnP functionality of the pbxnsip. I keep getting this error message over and over, "TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found." That MAC address is in the Bind To field for the extension. Any clues as to what is happening? Here is the full log.

 

[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File CTLSEP000ED71098C1.tlv not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File SEP000ED71098C1.cnf.xml not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File MGC000ED71098C1.cnf not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File XMLDefault.cnf.xml not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: Request SIPDefault.cnf 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: Open TFTP port 2052 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: Open TFTP port 2052 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: Request P0S3-08-6-00.loads 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:58: TFTP: Request SIPDefault.cnf 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:58: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:29:58: Open TFTP port 2052 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:29:58: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:58: TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: File CTLSEP000ED71098C1.tlv not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: File SEP000ED71098C1.cnf.xml not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: File MGC000ED71098C1.cnf not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: File XMLDefault.cnf.xml not found 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: Request SIPDefault.cnf 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: Open TFTP port 2052 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: Open TFTP port 2052 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: Request P0S3-08-6-00.loads 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:30:44: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:31:01: TFTP: Request SIPDefault.cnf 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:31:01: UDP: Opening socket 
[7] 2008/05/30 16:31:01: Open TFTP port 2052 
[8] 2008/05/30 16:31:01: TFTP: Transfer finished successfully 
[6] 2008/05/30 16:31:01: TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found 

 

Thanks for the help.

 

Tim

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[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File SEP000ED71098C1.cnf.xml not found

[6] 2008/05/30 16:29:41: TFTP: File SIP000ED71098C1.cnf not found

 

Whow it seems that Cisco also uses the 000 MAC prefix, so far we thought it would be 001 only... Try the attached pnp.xml and see if makes a difference!

pnp.xml

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Whow it seems that Cisco also uses the 000 MAC prefix, so far we thought it would be 001 only... Try the attached pnp.xml and see if makes a difference!

 

Where does this go? It is loaded in the "Reload Configuration Files" section of the Configuration page, correct?

 

Tim

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