[cisco-voip] Edit list.xml on CCM 6.1

Ryan Ratliff rratliff at cisco.com
Thu Feb 19 09:24:20 EST 2009

Phone Designer is for the end user and is awesome at what it does.   
What it doesn't do is let you export that picture/ringtone and the  
associated .xml files so an admin can upload them for system-wide use.

Regarding having to use some random tftp client, every Windows PC has  
a cmd-line tftp client.  There is no need to use any 3rd party  
download to retrieve files.  If you really don't like using tftp then  
you can use the 'file get' command via the CUCM CLI but that requires  
an sftp server.


On Feb 18, 2009, at 5:09 PM, Scott Voll wrote:


Coming back to this.... the better option is Phone Designer.  Very  
cool and you don't have to worry about the TFTP / List.xml file.

custom backgrounds and ring tones per person.  but could be a policy  
issue.  you doon't what the ring tone to say pick up the ___ Phone  
you____ ___ ____.  You get my point.


On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Jeff Ruttman <ruttmanj at carewisc.org>  

How do you get a hold of the list.xml file to edit if you want to add  
in some new background images?  I must be missing something laughable  

Looks like I could upload a list.xml and .png files via Software  
Upgrades>TFTP File Management, but I can't download them?

Can I upload/download using SFTP with FileZilla or something?



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