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Connecting a Cisco 7940 and Cisco 7905 to a Zultys MX 250 version 2.0.10

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Hi

I have a Zultys MX 250 IP PBX running on software version 2.0.10.  And I also have Cisco IP phone 7940 and 7905 that is SIP aware.  

I am able to get the phone to point to the MX 250 and get all the configuration like IP address, TFTP IP, DNS, name etc correct.  But the MX 250 is unable to show the status that there is a Cisco phone connected to it.

I feel that it is due to the configuration file os79xx.txt that is empty.  

Have anybody sucessfully connected a Cisco phone to a Zultys MX250.

Thank You
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"Have anybody sucessfully connected a Cisco phone to a Zultys MX250."

Nope. I believe that we couldn't get something similar to this working either. Hence why we have just gone for Cisco equipment all round.
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Thanks :)
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