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Cisco UC540 and Cisco 9951

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Hello. I have a Cisco UC540 and there are a couple things happening.

A clean factory config, with a 7945G and side car, two Cisco 9951.

All three phones are registered and can dial each other.

1) The 9951's cannot pull additional wallpapers from the server but the 7945 can.
2) The 9951's do not show up as options to add to the Page group, only the 7945.
3) The Two 9951 are SIP phones. The 7945 is SCCP.

I am looking for any help here. Been quite frustrating.

I would like to have the 9951 access the corporate logo from the UC540 like the 7945 does, and I would like to be able to add the 9951 to the page group (we are using extension 101 as a building page).
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I am using CCA for the 540. No CUCM.

I have followed the steps for the link you sent. Thanks though.
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