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CISCO IP PHONE 7911G Display Problem

Posted on 2013-06-23
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CISCO IP PHONE Display is not comming after resetting it to Factory Default Factory Settings.
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This is most likely caused due to a DHCP issue. The IP PHone will not boot because it needs a TFTP where to obtain its firmware code, and to do this it must first obtain IP Settings that include a valid TFTP Address where to point at. You can try this procedure:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-23730

But, still, one step back is the DHCP offering of a TFTP server where you can point to, then you can apply the procedure.
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