AYC Firmware The current release version for the AYC IPcts and IPcts-E is version 1.05 and is only available to AYC Accredited Engineers directly from AYC. End users should contact their AYC installer for updates.
Grandstream ATAs can only be updated via the WAN port.
For firmware upgrades for HT-386, HT-488 & HT-496 use TFTP server 188.8.131.52. For firmware upgrades for all other devices use TFTP server 184.108.40.206.
Please be aware that the firmware upgrade may take up to 10 minutes.
Due to a TCP reliability bug (for HT286/HT486/BT100 only) that exists before 220.127.116.11 releases, it is strongly recommended to use TFTP for firmware upgrade (instead of using HTTP), if you are upgrading firmware from any firmware prior 1.0.8.x. This bug is fixed in the 18.104.22.168 release. Firmware 22.214.171.124 (HT286/HT486/BT100) is available at TFTP server 126.96.36.199
Once upgraded to this release, the firmware can NOT be downgraded to firmware versions prior to 188.8.131.52. Therefore, it is STRONGLY recommended that you fully test this version before committing to massive upgrade in production network.
Warning: Before upgrading your telephone or adapter, please verify with your service provider if the firmware change will affect your service.
If you are using TFTP to update do NOT enable the "Check for Updates" option as this applies to http only and disables TFTP updates. TFTP checks for updates at every reboot
After upgrade, please power cycle the phone to enable all the new features.
Linksys Firmware Linksys WIP330 Admin Username and Password admin/admin, admin/0000 or administrator/0000
All other Linksys Phones and ATAs Default Admin Username = Default Admin password =
SPA Firmware with Upgrade Utility Program Download the firmware file to a local PC to upgrade your SPA. NOTE: The SPA2100 and SPA2102 use different firmware ensure you use the correct firmware for your model NOTE: The SPA3000 and SPA3102 use different firmware ensure you use the correct firmware for your model
UPGRADE REQUIREMENTS FOR BOOTROM 3.2.2/SIP 2.0.3 SoundPoint IP 300 2.6.1 or greater SoundPoint IP 301 2.6.1 or greater SoundPoint IP 430 3.1.3 or greater SoundPoint IP 500 2.6.1 or greater SoundPoint IP 501 2.6.1 or greater SoundPoint IP 600 2.6.1 or greater SoundPoint IP 601 3.1.0 or greater SoundStation IP 4000 3.1.2 or greater
DOWNGRADE LIMITATIONS Phones with BootROM 3.2.2 / SIP 2.0.3 may be downgraded as far back as the following software revisions: BootROM: IP 301, 501 – BootROM 3.0.0 IP 430 – BootROM 3.1.3RevB IP 601 – BootROM 3.1.0 IP 4000 – BootROM 3.1.2 SIP Software: IP 301, 501 – SIP 1.5.3 IP 430 – SIP 1.6.6RevB IP 601 – SIP 1.6.1 IP 4000 – SIP 1.5.3
(¹) SPA-1001 SE firmware supports 2 service providers. Read more.
We have included the SPA Upgrade Utility Program as well as the binary upgrade file in the download. The binary file is useful for those customers who do not have a WindowsTM based PC or use remote provisioning to upgrade units via TFTP, HTTP or HTTPS.
Please note: It is not necessary to upgrade your SPA if your device is remotely provisioned by a service provider. Click here to use our SPA-2000 web-based configuration wizard Click here to use our SPA-3000 web-based configuration wizard
Example of US-style Dial-Plan (011,xx.|*xx|11|0|00|<:1408>[2-9]xxxxxx|1[2-9]xx[2-9]xxxxxx) The example dial-plan above is for US-style dialling, where it will allow you to dial 7-digit with 1408 automatically appended. You can also dial 1 followed by 10-digit for long distance.
Choose the following URL if you wish to update your phone to the current stable firmware release and then have it keep updating automatically to new releases:- http://provisioning.Snom.com/release/update.php This version will keep your phone firmware automatically up-to-date and you will not have to pay any further attention to it.
Choose the following URL if you wish to update your phone to the current Beta firmware and then have it keep updating automatically to new Beta versions:- http://provisioning.Snom.com/beta/update.php This version will keep your phone firmware automatically up-to-date with the latest BETA firmware and you will not have to pay any further attention to it.
If you are using TFTP to upgrade the firmware you need to edit swupdate_ip10.inf and change <APPLICATION server=ftp to <APPLICATION server=tftp
<BOOT version=v107 server=ftp> to <BOOT version=v107 server=tftp>
To swap from one protocol to another one (MGCP to SIP for example), it's mandatory to add, inside file swupdate_ip10.inf contained inside the zip file, option "update=forced clean-data=all" inside tag <APPLICATION>, and option "update=forced" inside tag <BOOT>.