VCX Software and upgrade Files

At the start of this year HP stop VCX Support and with it took down the FTP site with all the VCX software and upgrade files.

Lucky enough I had an off line copy of this for when I am out in the field, If you need any thing please contact me and I will see what I can do.  Below is directory listing of the files I have in my off line backup.

 

 

Gateways\
Connect100_V6100_5.20AEB.005.005.zip
Connect100_V6100_5.60A.028.zip
V6000_5.20AEB.005.005.zip
V6000_5.60A.028.zip
V6000_Analog_4_80A_032_000.zip
V6000_Analog_5_20A_030_001.zip
V6100_Connect_100.zip
V6100_Connect_100_5_2AEB_003_004.zip
V6100_Digital_4_80A_032_000(2).zip
V6100_Digital_4_80A_032_000.zip
V7111.zip
V7111-05_Analog_4_60A_043.zip
V7111-07_Analog_5.20A.047.003.zip
V7111-07_Analog_5.20A_030_001.zip
V7111-07_Analog_Gateways.zip
V7122_Digital.zip
V7122_Digital_4_80A_032_000.zip
V7122_Digital_5_20A_030_001.zip
V7122_Digital_6_60A_309_001.zip
V7122-07_5.20A.047.003.zip
V7122-07_5.60A.028.zip

PC Applications\
README_FOR_VCX98_SOFTWARE_RELEASE.docx

PC Applications\ACD_RTS_Client\
VCXACD_7_0_0.zip

PC Applications\ACD_RTS_Client\VCXACD_6_0_5\
setup.exe

PC Applications\ACD_RTS_Client\VCXACD_7_0_0\
VCXACD_R7_0_0.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_21\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_23\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_24\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_25\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_30\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_37\
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_41\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_7_0_44\
readme.txt
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_8_0_5\
vcxcdr.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_8_1_5\
VCXCDR_R8_1_5.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_8_2_1\
VCXCDR_R8_2_1.exe

PC Applications\Call_Detail_Reports\CDR_8_4_1\
VCXCDR_R8_4_1.zip

PC Applications\Compliment_Attendant_Software\
CAS_7_0_5.zip

PC Applications\Compliment_Attendant_Software\CAS_7_0_5\
VCXCAS.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\
app72client22.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_0_27\
app3client27.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_1_9\
3Com_CC_Client_7_1_2_RN.pdf
apps31client9.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_1_13\
app71client13.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_1_20\
3Com_CC_Client_7_1_20_RN.pdf
app71client20.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_1_22\
app71client22.exe
Release_Notes_Apps_7.1.22_Convergence_Center_Client.pdf

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_2_9\
3Com_CC_Client_7_2_9_RN.pdf
app72client9.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_2_22\
app72client22.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_7_3_1\
3Com_CC_Client_7_1_20_RN.pdf
3Com_Convergence_Center_Client_v7.3.1_Release_Notes.pdf
app7.3Client1.exe
app73Client1.exe

PC Applications\Convergence_Client\CC_8_0_8\
app72client22.exe
app72client22.zip

PC Applications\Desktop_Communicator\
DC_2_7_1.zip

PC Applications\Desktop_Communicator\DC_2_6_2\
3Com_Desktop_Communicator-V2_6_2-Release_Notes-1V11.pdf
setup_3Com_Desktop_Communicator_2.6.2.exe

PC Applications\Desktop_Communicator\DC_2_6_3_Patch\
setup_3Com_Desktop_Communicator_2.6.3.exe

PC Applications\Desktop_Communicator\DC_2_7_1\
3Com_Desktop_Communicator_EN.msi
3Com_Desktop_Communicator-V2_7_1-Release_Notes.pdf
3Com-Desktop_Communicator-User_Manual-2_7_1-English.pdf
ClickToCallSetup.msi

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\RealSpeak_Windows_4_5_0\
NLICMGR-11.4.0c-i386-win32.zip
RealSpeak_4.5.4_Windows.zip
TTS_Adapter_2.0.zip

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\RealSpeak_Windows_4_5_0\3Com_TTS_Adapter\
3ComTts.xml
3COMTtsDll.dll
3COMTtsService.exe
3COMTtsXML.dll
aced.dll
MSVCIRTD.dll
MSVCRTD.dll

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\RealSpeak_Windows_4_5_0\3Com_TTS_Adapter\VCX9.8\
TTS Adapter 2.0.zip

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\RealSpeak_Windows_4_5_0\RS4.5_patch1\
RealSpeak_Host_4.5.0-SDK_patch1_linux.zip
RealSpeak_Host_4.5.0-SDK_patch1_windows.zip
RS_Telecom_TTS_SDK_Relnote_4.5.0_patch1_release.htm
RS_Telecom_TTS_SDK_Relnote_4.5.0_patch1_release-Addendum.htm

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\RealSpeak_Windows_4_5_0\RS4.5_patch2\
RealSpeak_Host_4.5.0-SDK_patch2_linux.zip
RealSpeak_Host_4.5.0-SDK_patch2_readme.txt

PC Applications\Text_to_Speech\Speechify_Windows_3.0\
Email_Reader.zip

Server Software\

Server Software\Contact Center\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact Centre (system I)\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact Centre (system I)\EPIC_4.73\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact Centre (system I)\EPIC_4.73-Power6\
EPIC_on_i_4.73-Power6_Release_Notes.pdf

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact Centre (system I)\EPIC_i_4.73.11\
EPIC_on_i_4_73_11_Release_Notes.pdf
Epic-on-i-Version-04.73.11.iso

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\4.72.09\
EPICCenter.exe
EPICCenter_eXchange_for_VCX_4.72_Release_Notes.pdf
eXchange.exe

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\EPICCenter\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\EPICCenter\EPIC_4_72_11\
EPICCenter_4_72_11.zip
EPICCenter_eXchange_for_VCX_4.72.11_Release_Notes.pdf

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\EPICCenter\EPIC_4_72_11\Patches\
_Setup.dll
data1.cab
data1.hdr
data2.cab
description.txt
EPICCenter_eXchange_for_VCX_4.72.11.0015_Release_Notes.pdf
ISSetup.dll
layout.bin
setup.exe
setup.ini
setup.inx

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\eXchange\

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\eXchange\eXchange_4_72_11\
EPICCenter_eXchange_for_VCX_4.72.11_Release_Notes.pdf
eXchange_4.72.11.zip

Server Software\Contact Center\Contact_Center (intel)\eXchange\eXchange_4_72_11\Patches\
_Setup.dll
data1.cab
data1.hdr
data2.cab
description.txt
EPICCenter_eXchange_for_VCX_4.72.11.0015_Release_Notes.pdf
ISSetup.dll
layout.bin
setup.exe
setup.ini
setup.inx

Server Software\IP conferencing\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_0\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_0\IPC_7_0_13\
Release_Notes_Apps_3_0_IP_Conferencing_Module.pdf
upgrade-apps-3_0_13.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_1\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_1\IPC_7_1_1\
upgrade-apps-7.1.1.9.i386.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_1\IPC_7_1_2_3\
Release_Notes_Apps_7.1.2_IP_Conferencing_Module.pdf
upgrade-apps-7.1.2.3.i386.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_1\IPC_7_1_131\
3Com_IP_Conferencing_Module_Release_7_1_Release_Notes.pdf
upgrade-apps-3_1_131.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_3\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_3\IPC_7_3_202\
upgrade-apps-7.3.202.i386.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_3\IPC_7_3_202\o0j\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_7_3\IPC_7_3_203\
3Com_Release_Notes_Apps_7.3.203_IP_Conferencing_Module.pdf
vcxconf-x86-7.3.203.zip

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (intel)\IPC_9_0\
IP Conferencing Module Administration Guide.pdf
IP Conferencing Module User Guide.pdf
upgrade-apps-9.0.15.i386.tar

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_7_2\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_7_2\IPC_7_2_5_203\
3Com_Release_Notes_Apps_7.2.5.203_IP_Conferencing_Module.pdf
vcxconf-ppc-7.2.5.203.zip

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_7_2\IPC_7_2_5_203\l3ag\

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_7_2\IPC_7_2_49\
3Com_IP_Conferencing_Module_Release_7.2_Release_Notes.pdf
apps-installer-7.2.49-102506.iso

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_7_2\IPC_7_2_49_Power6\
3Com_IP_Conferencing_Module_Release_7.2.6_Release_Notes.pdf
apps-installer-7.2.49-power6-101207.iso

Server Software\IP conferencing\IP_Conf (system i)\IPC_8_0\
3Com_IP_Conferencing_Module_Release_7.2.5.135ad.pdf
upgrade-apps-7.2.5.135ad.ppc.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_8_0\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_8_0\Connect_8_0_4e\
oracle-10.2.0.1-3.i386.rpm
VCX-8.0.4e-readme-08-Jan-10.pdf
vcxconnect-x86-8.0.4e.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_8_0\Connect_8_0_4e\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_17\
3Com_VCX_9.0.17_Release_Notes_11-Mar-10.pdf
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcxconnect-x86-9.0.17.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-patch-9017-i386-cms0832848.tar
vcx-patch-9017-rtd43275-1-0.i386.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_17\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_17\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_17\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
vcxconnect-x86-9.0.21.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_21\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_9_0_21\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_17\
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcxconnect-x86-9.0.17.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-patch-9017-i386-cms0832848.tar
vcx-patch-9017-rtd43275-1-0.i386.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_17\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_17\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
vcxconnect-oaps-9.0.21.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_0\Connect_MIM_9_0_21\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_5\
vcxconnect-x86-9.5.13.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\
oracle-10.2.0.4-1.i386.rpm
readme.txt
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Connect_9_8_15\
VCX 9.8.15 Release Notes – 2011-03-31.pdf
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.15.tar
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.15.tar.md5

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Connect_9_8_16\
3Com VCX 9.8.16 Release Notes.pdf
UC VCX V100R001 MIB Companion.doc
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.16.md5
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.16.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Connect_9_8_17\
3Com VCX 9.8.17 Release Notes.pdf
UC VCX V100R001 MIB Companion.doc
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.17.md5
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.17.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Connect_9_8_17\Wideband-Codec-Disable\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Connect_9_8_18\
3Com VCX 9.8.18 Release Notes.pdf
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.18.md5
vcxconnect-x86-9.8.18.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\Language_Packs\
IP Messaging Language Pack 9.8.15.zip

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX Connect\Connect_9_8\SameTime\
IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2.zip

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\7.0.10c_with_RoHS_PHAPP_7_0_27_28\
Install_Instructions_for_RoHS_Phones.txt
sipPhSvr-07.00.11.11-1.i386.rpm
upgradeSipDnld
VCX_PhoneApp-7.0.27.28.tar
VCX_PhoneBoot-6_0_0_C.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\7.0.11c_with_PHAPP_7_0_29_30\
Install_Instructions_for_RoHS_Phones.txt
sipPhApp-7.0.29.30-1.cygwin.i386.rpm
sipPhoneApps.tar
sipPhSvr-07.00.11.11-1.i386.rpm
upgradeSipDnld
VCX_PhoneApp-7.0.29.30.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\VCX_7_0_10c\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\VCX_7_0_11c\
Install_Instructions_for_RoHS_Phones.txt
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
sipPhSvr-07.00.11.11-1.i386.rpm
UMS_ClientServer_Config.doc
upgradeSipDnld
VCX_7.0.11x_Upgrade_Procedures-LocalConsoleProcedures.doc
VCX_PhoneApp-7.0.28.29.tar
VCX_PhoneBoot-6_0_0_C.tar
VCX-7.0.11c-readme.pdf
VCX-7.0.Xc-downgradeProcedure-to-previous7.0.Xc_or_6.0.Xc.doc
VCX-7.0-DiskBuild-HOWTO.doc
VCX-7.0-Installation-Guide.doc
vcx-all-7.0.11c.tar
vcx-bss-7.0.11c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.0.11c.tar
vcx-dataserver-7.0.11c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.0.11c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.0.11c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_0\VCX_7_0_12c_rekit\
Install_Instructions_for_RoHS_Phones.txt
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
sip_dl_images.tar
sipPhoneApps.tar
UMS_ClientServer_Config.doc
upgradeSipDnld
VCX_7.0.12c_Upgrade_Procedures-LocalConsoleProcedures.doc
VCX_PhoneApp-7.0.30.31.tar
VCX_PhoneBoot-6_0_0_C.tar
VCX-7.0.12c-readme.pdf
VCX-7.0.Xc-downgradeProcedure-to-previous7.0.Xc_or_6.0.Xc.doc
VCX-7.0-DiskBuild-HOWTO.doc
VCX-7.0-Installation-Guide.doc
vcx-all-7.0.12c.tar
vcx-bss-7.0.12c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.0.12c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.0.12c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.0.12c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\Oracle_DST_Patch\
oracle9_dst_patch.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_7c\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
VCX-7.1.7c-readme.pdf
vcx-all-7.1.7c.tar
vcx-bss-7.1.7c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.1.7c.tar
vcx-dataserver-7.1.7c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.1.7c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.1.7c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_8c_rekit\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
sip_dl_images.tar
sipPhoneApps.tar
VCX_PhoneApp-7.1.41.41.tar
VCX_PhoneBoot-6_0_0_C.tar
VCX-7.1.8c-readme.pdf
VCX-7.1-DiskBuild-HOWTO.doc
vcx-adhocconf-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-all-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-bss-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-dataserver-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.1.8c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.1.8c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_8c_with_PHAPP_7_1_42_43\
sipPhApp-7.1.42.43-1.cygwin.i386.rpm
sipPhoneApps.tar
VCX_PhoneApp-7.1.42.43.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_11c\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
VCX-7.1.11c-readme.pdf
VCX-7.1-DiskBuild-HOWTO.doc
vcx-adhocconf-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-all-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-bss-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-dataserver-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.1.11c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.1.11c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_11c_vcxdata_patch\
7.1.11c_vcxdata_patch.tar
HowTo.txt

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_11c_with_PHAPP_7_1_45_47\
VCX_PhoneApp-7.1.45.47.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_12c\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
VCX_PhoneApp-7.1.47.47.tar
VCX_PhoneBoot-6_0_2_C.tar
VCX-7.1.12c-readme.pdf
vcx-adhocconf-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-all-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-bss-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-callserver-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-dataserver-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.1.12c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.1.12c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_14c\
VCX_PhoneApp-7.1.45.47.tar
VCX-7.1.14c-readme.pdf
vcx-x86-7.1.14c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_14c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_16c\
VCX-7.1.16c-readme.pdf
vcx-x86-7.1.16c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_16c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.i386.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.i386.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.i386.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.i386.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_21c\
VCX_7.1.21c_Release_Notes.pdf
vcx-x86-7.1.21c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_21c\CDR-R7.0.43\
vcxcdr.exe

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_21c\Language_Packs\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_27c\
vcx-x86-7.1.27c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_27c\fldg\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_28c\
VCX_7.1.28c_Release_Notes_07-Jan-10.pdf
vcx-patch-7128c-cms0824883.tgz
vcx-x86-7.1.28c.tar.zip

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_28c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_30c\
3Com_VCX_7.1.30_Release_Notes_29-Sep-10.pdf
oracle-9.2.0.4-6.i386.rpm
Upgrading_VCX_System_by_Clean_Installation.rar
vcx-users-1.0.0-1.i386.rpm
vcx-x86-7.1.30c.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_7_1\VCX_7_1_30c\Language Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\oracle_10.2.0.1_patch\
vcx-patch-804e-9.0.17-cms0714353.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\
3Com_VCX_9.0.17_Release_Notes_11-Mar-10.pdf
oracle-10.2.0.1-3.i386.rpm
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-patch-9017-i386-cms0832848.tar
vcx-patch-9017-rtd43275-1-0.i386.rpm
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm
vcx-x86-9.0.17.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
oracle-10.2.0.1-3.i386.rpm
Upgrading_VCX_System_by_Clean_Installation.rar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm
vcx-x86-9.0.21.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_17\
3Com_VCX_9.0.17_Release_Notes_11-Mar-10.pdf
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-patch-9017-i386-cms0832848.tar
vcx-patch-9017-rtd43275-1-0.i386.rpm
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm
vcx-x86-9.0.17.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_17\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_17\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
Upgrading_VCX_System_by_Clean_Installation.rar
vcx-oaps-9.0.21.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\Sametime\
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\
oracle-10.2.0.4-1.i386.rpm
Upgrading_VCX_System_by_Clean_Installation.rar
VCX_9.5.13_Release_Notes_25-June-10.pdf
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm
vcx-x86-9.5.13.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\current_cumulative_patches\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\current_cumulative_patches\phone\
installation_instruction.txt
vcx-patch-9513-noarch-cms0913558.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\current_cumulative_patches\server\
installation_instructions.txt
vcx-patch-9513-i386-cms0913697.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_5\VCX_9_5_13\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI-9.0.0.1.tar
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\
oracle-10.2.0.4-1.i386.rpm
readme.txt
vcx-users-2.0.3-1.noarch.rpm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Language_Packs\
IP Messaging Language Pack.zip

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2.zip

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\
TCSPI_sametime8.5_media_manager.exe
TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\
AudioConference.properties
ConferenceManager.properties
DefaultCreateConference.xml
ICE_JNIRegistry.dll
install.bat
IPTelephonyProperties.xml
readme.txt
reconfigure.bat
registry.jar
tcspideploy.jar
uninstall.bat

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\
changes
copyright
license
license.rtf
license_de.rtf
license_es.rtf
license_fr.rtf
license_it.rtf
license_ja.rtf
license_ko.rtf
license_sv.rtf
license_zh_cn.rtf
license_zh_tw.rtf
readme.txt
thirdpartylicensereadme.txt
version.txt
welcome.html

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\bin\
awt.dll
axbridge.dll
cmm.dll
dcpr.dll
deploy.dll
dt_shmem.dll
dt_socket.dll
eula.dll
fontmanager.dll
hpi.dll
hprof.dll
instrument.dll
ioser12.dll
j2pkcs11.dll
jaas_nt.dll
java.dll
java.exe
java_crw_demo.dll
javacpl.exe
javaw.exe
javawebstart.dll
javaws.exe
jawt.dll
jdbcodbc.dll
jdwp.dll
jpeg.dll
jpicom32.dll
jpicpl32.cpl
jpiexp32.dll
jpinscp.dll
jpioji.dll
jpishare.dll
jsound.dll
jsoundds.dll
jucheck.exe
jusched.exe
keytool.exe
kinit.exe
klist.exe
ktab.exe
management.dll
net.dll
nio.dll
npjava11.dll
npjava12.dll
npjava13.dll
npjava14.dll
npjava32.dll
npjpi150_06.dll
npoji610.dll
orbd.exe
pack200.exe
policytool.exe
regutils.dll
rmi.dll
rmid.exe
rmiregistry.exe
servertool.exe
ssv.dll
tnameserv.exe
unicows.dll
unpack.dll
unpack200.exe
verify.dll
w2k_lsa_auth.dll
zip.dll

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\bin\client\
classes.jsa
jvm.dll
xusage.txt

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\
charsets.jar
classlist
content-types.properties
deploy.jar
flavormap.properties
fontconfig.98.bfc
fontconfig.98.properties.src
fontconfig.bfc
fontconfig.me.bfc
fontconfig.me.properties.src
fontconfig.properties.src
javaws.jar
jce.jar
jsse.jar
jvm.hprof.txt
logging.properties
net.properties
plugin.jar
psfont.properties.ja
psfontj2d.properties
rt.jar
sound.properties
tzmappings

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\applet\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\audio\
soundbank.gm

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\cmm\
ciexyz.pf
gray.pf
linear_rgb.pf
pycc.pf
srgb.pf

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\ext\
dnsns.jar
localedata.jar
sunjce_provider.jar
sunpkcs11.jar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\fonts\
lucidabrightdemibold.ttf
lucidabrightdemiitalic.ttf
lucidabrightitalic.ttf
lucidabrightregular.ttf
lucidasansdemibold.ttf
lucidasansregular.ttf
lucidatypewriterbold.ttf
lucidatypewriterregular.ttf

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\i386\
jvm.cfg

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\im\
indicim.jar
thaiim.jar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\images\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\images\cursors\
cursors.properties
invalid32x32.gif
thumbs.db
win32_copydrop32x32.gif
win32_copynodrop32x32.gif
win32_linkdrop32x32.gif
win32_linknodrop32x32.gif
win32_movedrop32x32.gif
win32_movenodrop32x32.gif

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\javaws\
messages.properties
messages_de.properties
messages_es.properties
messages_fr.properties
messages_it.properties
messages_ja.properties
messages_ko.properties
messages_sv.properties
messages_zh_cn.properties
messages_zh_hk.properties
messages_zh_tw.properties
minisplash.jpg

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\management\
jmxremote.access
jmxremote.password.template
management.properties
snmp.acl.template

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\security\
cacerts
java.policy
java.security
javaws.policy
local_policy.jar
us_export_policy.jar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\
cet
eet
gmt
met
wet
zoneinfomappings

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\africa\
abidjan
accra
addis_ababa
algiers
asmera
bamako
bangui
banjul
bissau
blantyre
brazzaville
bujumbura
cairo
casablanca
ceuta
conakry
dakar
dar_es_salaam
djibouti
douala
el_aaiun
freetown
gaborone
harare
johannesburg
kampala
khartoum
kigali
kinshasa
lagos
libreville
lome
luanda
lubumbashi
lusaka
malabo
maputo
maseru
mbabane
mogadishu
monrovia
nairobi
ndjamena
niamey
nouakchott
ouagadougou
porto-novo
sao_tome
tripoli
tunis
windhoek

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\america\
adak
anchorage
anguilla
antigua
araguaina
aruba
asuncion
bahia
barbados
belem
belize
boa_vista
bogota
boise
cambridge_bay
campo_grande
cancun
caracas
cayenne
cayman
chicago
chihuahua
coral_harbour
costa_rica
cuiaba
curacao
danmarkshavn
dawson
dawson_creek
denver
detroit
dominica
edmonton
eirunepe
el_salvador
fortaleza
glace_bay
godthab
goose_bay
grand_turk
grenada
guadeloupe
guatemala
guayaquil
guyana
halifax
havana
hermosillo
inuvik
iqaluit
jamaica
juneau
la_paz
lima
los_angeles
maceio
managua
manaus
martinique
mazatlan
menominee
merida
mexico_city
miquelon
monterrey
montevideo
montreal
montserrat
nassau
new_york
nipigon
nome
noronha
panama
pangnirtung
paramaribo
phoenix
port_of_spain
port-au-prince
porto_velho
puerto_rico
rainy_river
rankin_inlet
recife
regina
rio_branco
santiago
santo_domingo
sao_paulo
scoresbysund
st_johns
st_kitts
st_lucia
st_thomas
st_vincent
swift_current
tegucigalpa
thule
thunder_bay
tijuana
toronto
tortola
vancouver
whitehorse
winnipeg
yakutat
yellowknife

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\america\argentina\
buenos_aires
catamarca
cordoba
jujuy
la_rioja
mendoza
rio_gallegos
san_juan
tucuman
ushuaia

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\america\indiana\
indianapolis
knox
marengo
vevay

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\america\kentucky\
louisville
monticello

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\america\north_dakota\
center

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\antarctica\
casey
davis
dumontdurville
mawson
mcmurdo
palmer
rothera
syowa
vostok

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\asia\
aden
almaty
amman
anadyr
aqtau
aqtobe
ashgabat
baghdad
bahrain
baku
bangkok
beirut
bishkek
brunei
calcutta
choibalsan
chongqing
colombo
damascus
dhaka
dili
dubai
dushanbe
gaza
harbin
hong_kong
hovd
irkutsk
jakarta
jayapura
jerusalem
kabul
kamchatka
karachi
kashgar
katmandu
krasnoyarsk
kuala_lumpur
kuching
kuwait
macau
magadan
makassar
manila
muscat
nicosia
novosibirsk
omsk
oral
phnom_penh
pontianak
pyongyang
qatar
qyzylorda
rangoon
riyadh
riyadh87
riyadh88
riyadh89
saigon
sakhalin
samarkand
seoul
shanghai
singapore
taipei
tashkent
tbilisi
tehran
thimphu
tokyo
ulaanbaatar
urumqi
vientiane
vladivostok
yakutsk
yekaterinburg
yerevan

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\atlantic\
azores
bermuda
canary
cape_verde
faeroe
madeira
reykjavik
south_georgia
st_helena
stanley

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\australia\
adelaide
brisbane
broken_hill
currie
darwin
hobart
lindeman
lord_howe
melbourne
perth
sydney

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\etc\
gmt
gmt+1
gmt+2
gmt+3
gmt+4
gmt+5
gmt+6
gmt+7
gmt+8
gmt+9
gmt+10
gmt+11
gmt+12
gmt-1
gmt-2
gmt-3
gmt-4
gmt-5
gmt-6
gmt-7
gmt-8
gmt-9
gmt-10
gmt-11
gmt-12
gmt-13
gmt-14
uct
utc

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\europe\
amsterdam
andorra
athens
belgrade
berlin
brussels
bucharest
budapest
chisinau
copenhagen
dublin
gibraltar
helsinki
istanbul
kaliningrad
kiev
lisbon
london
luxembourg
madrid
malta
minsk
monaco
moscow
oslo
paris
prague
riga
rome
samara
simferopol
sofia
stockholm
tallinn
tirane
uzhgorod
vaduz
vienna
vilnius
warsaw
zaporozhye
zurich

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\indian\
antananarivo
chagos
christmas
cocos
comoro
kerguelen
mahe
maldives
mauritius
mayotte
reunion

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\jre\lib\zi\pacific\
apia
auckland
chatham
easter
efate
enderbury
fakaofo
fiji
funafuti
galapagos
gambier
guadalcanal
guam
honolulu
johnston
kiritimati
kosrae
kwajalein
majuro
marquesas
midway
nauru
niue
norfolk
noumea
pago_pago
palau
pitcairn
ponape
port_moresby
rarotonga
saipan
tahiti
tarawa
tongatapu
truk
wake
wallis

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\lib\
axiom.jar
axis.jar
backport-util-concurrent.jar
commons.jar
IPTelephonyClient.jar
IPTelephonySPI.jar
stax-api.jar
WSSecurity.jar
wstx-asl.jar
xercesImpl.jar
xml-apis.jar
XmlSchema.jar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\Sametime\IPTelephonySPI_10.0.2.2\TCSPI_windows_install-10.0.2.2\properties\
AudioConference.properties
AudioConference_cs.properties
AudioConference_da.properties
AudioConference_de.properties
AudioConference_el.properties
AudioConference_es.properties
AudioConference_fi.properties
AudioConference_fr.properties
AudioConference_hu.properties
AudioConference_it.properties
AudioConference_ja.properties
AudioConference_ko.properties
AudioConference_nl.properties
AudioConference_no.properties
AudioConference_pl.properties
AudioConference_pt.properties
AudioConference_pt_BR.properties
AudioConference_ru.properties
AudioConference_sv.properties
AudioConference_tr.properties
AudioConference_zh.properties
AudioConference_zh_TW.properties
ServiceProviderStrings.properties
STServerInstallStrings.properties
STServerInstallStrings_ar.properties
STServerInstallStrings_cs.properties
STServerInstallStrings_da.properties
STServerInstallStrings_de.properties
STServerInstallStrings_el.properties
STServerInstallStrings_es.properties
STServerInstallStrings_fi.properties
STServerInstallStrings_fr.properties
STServerInstallStrings_he.properties
STServerInstallStrings_hu.properties
STServerInstallStrings_it.properties
STServerInstallStrings_ja.properties
STServerInstallStrings_ko.properties
STServerInstallStrings_nl.properties
STServerInstallStrings_no.properties
STServerInstallStrings_pl.properties
STServerInstallStrings_pt.properties
STServerInstallStrings_pt_BR.properties
STServerInstallStrings_ru.properties
STServerInstallStrings_sv.properties
STServerInstallStrings_tr.properties
STServerInstallStrings_zh.properties
STServerInstallStrings_zh_TW.properties

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_15\
VCX 9.8.15 Release Notes – 2011-03-31.pdf
vcx-x86-9.8.15.tar
vcx-x86-9.8.15.tar.md5

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_15\9_8_15_culmulative_patch\
PhonePatchPlusBestEffort3102WBCFix.md5
PhonePatchPlusBestEffort3102WBCFix.tgz
PhonePatchPlusDisablesWBC.md5
PhonePatchPlusDisablesWBC.tgz
PhonePatchPlusDisablesWBC-README.txt
vcx-patch-9815-i386-cms0913768.md5
vcx-patch-9815-i386-cms0913768.tgz
vcx-patch-9815-i386-cms0913768-README.txt
vcx-patch-9815-i386-cms0914436-1-0.i386.rar
vcx-patch-9815-noarch-cms0915238.tgz

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_16\
3Com VCX 9.8.16 Release Notes.pdf
UC VCX V100R001 MIB Companion.doc
vcx-x86-9.8.16.md5
vcx-x86-9.8.16.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_17\
~$ VCX V100R001 MIB Companion.doc
3Com VCX 9.8.17 Release Notes.pdf
UC VCX V100R001 MIB Companion.doc
vcx-x86-9.8.17.md5
vcx-x86-9.8.17.tar

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_17\Wideband-Codec-Disable\

Server Software\VCX Server\VCX\VCX_9_8\VCX_9_8_18\
3Com VCX 9.8.18 Release Notes.pdf
vcx-x86-9.8.18.md5
vcx-x86-9.8.18.tar

Support\
ACSyslog099.zip
cygwin_3comU.zip
DBMaint3-H3C.tar
StartupTool (dail plans, no trunks).exe
VCX Blank Lables.zip
VCXAA_Setup.exe

Support\DBMaint3-H3C\

Support\DBMaint3-H3C\DBMaint3-H3C-V2.1\
dbmaint.sh
DBmaint.sql
DBmaint-Directions.txt

System i _ IP_Tele\
oracle-10.2.0.4-2.ppc64.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_2c\
3Com-IP-Telephony-and-Messaging-on-IBM-System-i-readme.pdf
vcx-installer-7.2.2c-100606.iso

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_2c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_2c_with_PHAPP_7_2_3_4\
Install_Instructions_for_7_2_3_4_Phones_Upgrade.txt
sipPhApp-7.2.3.4-1.cygwin.i386.rpm
sipPhoneApps.tar
VCX_PhoneApp-7.2.3.4.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_2c_with_PHAPP_7_2_3_6\
sipPhApp-7.2.3.6-1.cygwin.i386.rpm
sipPhoneApps.tar
VCX_PhoneApp-7.2.3.6.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_3c\
VCX-7.2.3c-readme.pdf

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_3c\First_Time_Install\
vcx-installer-7.2.3c-011107.iso

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_3c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_3c\Upgrade\
vcx-all-7.2.3c.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_3c_with_PHAPP_7_2_6_7\
sipPhApp-7.2.6.7-1.cygwin.i386.rpm
VCX_PhoneApp-7.2.6.7.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_4c\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
VCX_PhoneApp-7.2.8.8.tar
VCX-7.2.4c-readme.pdf
vcx-all-7.2.4c.tar
vcx-ipmsg-7.2.4c.tar
vcx-softswitch-7.2.4c.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_5c\
ipmmail_i5.tar
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPTelephonySPI-7.2.74.1.tar
VCX-7.2.5-readme-final.pdf
vcx-all-7.2.5c.tar
vcx-installer-7.2.5c-072507.iso

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_5c\Language_Packs\

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_6c\
VCX-7.2.6c-readme.pdf
vcx-installer-7.2.6c-091107.iso

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_7c\
ipmmail_i5.tar
IPTelephonySPI-7.2.74.1.tar
VCX-7.2.7c-readme.pdf
vcx-all-7.2.7c.tar
vcx-installer-7.2.7c-012408.iso

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\IPT_7_2_7c\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-CN-CH-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-CN-CH-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-GE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-MX-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-1.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-SP-SP-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-UK-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-US-EN-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\Oracle_DST_Patch\
oracle10_dst_patch.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_7_2\oracle_patch\
vcx-patch-727c-cms0738612.tgz

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_8_0\
ipmmail_i5.tar
IPTelephonySPI-7.2.74.1.tar
VCX-8.0.8c-readme_13-Jan-10.pdf
vcx-installer-8.0.8c-120908.iso
vcx-ppc-8.0.8c.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\IPT_8_0\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\
3Com_VCX_9.0.17_Release_Notes_11-Mar-10.pdf
ipmmail_i5.tar
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcx-installer-9.0.17-092809.iso
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-ppc-9.0.17.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

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IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_17\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI-9.0.0.1.tar
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
ipmmail_i5.tar
vcx-installer-9.0.21-102610.iso
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar
vcx-ppc-9.0.21.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\IBM_PPC_to_x86_Migration\
Reference for VCX on IBM POWER PC to VCX x86 migration.docx
vcx-patch-9017-ppcbackup.tgz

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
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IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_9_0_21\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI-9.0.0.1.tar
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_17\
3Com_VCX_9.0.17_Release_Notes_11-Mar-10.pdf
patch-9017-noarch-cms0826085.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-9017-cms0807438.tar
vcx-patch-9017-i386-cms0832848.tar
vcx-patch-9017-rtd43275-1-0.i386.rpm
vcx-x86-9.0.17.tar

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IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
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IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_17\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI-9.0.0.1.tar
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\
3Com_VCX_9.0.21 _Release_Notes_30_Oct_10.pdf
vcx-oaps-9.0.21.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0621523.tar
vcx-patch-90x-cms0807438.tar

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\Language_Packs\
IPMSG-DE-DE-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-DE-DE-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-AU-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-GB-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-EN-US-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G711u-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-ES-G729a-SPEAK-1-6.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ES-MX-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G711u-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-CA-G729a-SPEAK-1-9.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G711u-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-FR-FR-G729a-SPEAK-1-7.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G711u-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-IT-IT-G729a-SPEAK-1-5.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G711u-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-KO-KR-G729a-SPEAK-1-2.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-NL-NL-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-PT-BR-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G711u-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-RU-RU-G729a-SPEAK-1-3.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G711u-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm
IPMSG-ZH-CN-G729a-SPEAK-1-4.noarch.rpm

System i _ IP_Tele\VCX_9_0\VCX_Enterprise_Branch_MIM_9_0_21\Sametime\
IPTelephonySPI-9.0.0.1.tar
TCSPI_windows_install-9.0.0.1.tar

TeleCommuter Module\

TeleCommuter Module\TcM_4_3_2_3\
3Com_IP_Telecommuting_Module_4.3.2.3_Release_Notes.pdf
fuego-fullimage_4_3_2_3.tar.gz
fupgrade.fup.any

TeleCommuter Module\TCM_4_4_3\
fupgrade.fup.any
IP_Telecommuting_Module_4.4.3_Release_Notes.pdf

TeleCommuter Module\TCM_4_5_1_6\
fupgrade.fup.any
IP_Telecommuting_Module_4.5.1.6_Release_Notes.pdf

TeleCommuter Module\TCM_4_6_5\
3com_changes_cli-file.txt
fupgrade.fup.any
ig-patch-4.6.5-unconditional_fent_outside-2.fup
IP_Telecommuting_Module_4_6_5_Release_Notes_April30.pdf
Readme_TCM465.pdf
TCM_4.6.5_Unconditional_FENT_Hold-Unhold_Patch_README.pdf
Telecommuting_Module_UserManual_Version_4.6.5.pdf
VCX_IP_Telecommuting_Module_Getting_Started.pdf

ShoreTel Connect Client Licence

The main questions from most people I have spoken to about the new ShoreTel Connect licence bundles are, do I get to keep the free client, will it still be free and do I need a new ShoreTel Connect Client Licence? (There is no such thing as “ShoreTel Connect Client Licence” I am using this phase to represent what will be needed to continue to use ShoreTel Connect Client). Hopefully by the end of this blog it should be a little clearer.

As mentioned in the last post on this topic, the new licence bundles are

  • Courtesy –Extension Only (no client)
  • Telephony –Extension and Mailbox (no client)
  • Essential –The above plus Dialler pack (Web and App) ShoreTel Connect client (instant messaging, presence, video calling, conferencing, web sharing and online meetings.)
  • Standard –The above plus ShoreTel mobility, Remote access (edge gateway) and Application integration
  • Advanced –the above plus operator features and up to 96 lines

The new connect licences are just bundles. We will look into Essentials, as this is the first bundle which allows the use of the Connect Client (ShoreTel Communicator replacement), it is built up of

  • An Extension Licence
  • Voicemail box Licence
  • Professional Client Access Licence
  • Softphone Licence
  • Standard Resolution Video Licence
  • Web/App Dialers Licence

These licenses are available separately and do not have to be purchases as a bundle. There are some price benefits to buy them in a bundle. If you look at the licence page on ShoreTel Connect. You do not see the bundles names, you see the components. Below is a screen shot of a system which has been upgraded to ShoreTel Connect.

042216_1250_ShoreTelCon1.png

 

When you add a new user you get the following options:

ShoreTel Connect Client Licence - Licence Type

ShoreTel Connect Client Licence - Access Licence Type

So even though all the licences except the Courtesy bundle comes with a Voicemail box, it does not need to be used for each user. Same for Softphone, Video and Web/App diallers.

If I add a new user with access licence “Connect Client” this is what happens to the Licence count on the system. (I have not enabled the user for Video or Softphone)

042216_1250_ShoreTelCon4.png

 

So effectively the ShoreTel Connect Client Licence is the “ShoreTel Professional Access Licence” and this retail at about £50

However, when preparing for the connect upgrade on this system, I ordered the “Connect ONSITE Installed Base Upgrade License” which has the description of “Connect ONSITE no-charge upgrade license. Required for ST 14.2 and earlier systems before upgrading to Connect.” When doing so I received the following licence keys:

  • 8 Standard Resolution Video Licences
  • 8 Professional Client Access Licences
  • 8 SoftPhone Licences

Speaking to ShoreTel at Enterprise Connect, they said that the “Connect ONSITE Installed Base Upgrade License” will enable everyone to use the new ShoreTel Connect Client. The math on this system does adds up. Before the upgrade, this system was licences for 10 users (It had an additional 10 extension licences due to the installation of a mobility router). It had purchased for it at the time of installation 2 professional licences (which include video and softphone). So these additional licences are upgrading the rest of the users to Professional Access Licences.

In this case this was a free upgrade. The people on the ShoreTel stand at Enterprise Connect did not know if this going to be free for all customers or if it is free as it is still in controlled release. If it is not free, it is also worth noting it is only users with Personal Client Access Licences (free ShoreTel Communicator Client at 14.2, click here for more details) which need this upgrade. Users with Professional, Workgroup Agent, Workgroup Supervisor and Operator licences are already entitled to the new client.

As far as I can tell this upgrade licence is not a mapping Personal Client Access licence users to the Essentials licence bundle as it does not include the diallers. It is to get every user on the lowest level of licensing required to continue to allow them to use the client.

Will ShoreTel Connect Client licence be free?

In my option (no science, or information from ShoreTel), the client will remind free. In this case I got video and softphone licences as a part of the upgrade, I am not sure that will happen in future, It may just include the Professional Client Access licence. The ShoreTel Connect upgrade licence description does mention no-charge in its description, so I doubt this will change.

All the information in this blog is in my experiences, Hope it helps. Any questions on this, the ShoreTel Connect Client Licence or anything else, please use the comment field below.

ShoreTel Connect Licences

I have mentioned in a few of previous posts about the new ShoreTel Connect Licences. This is a very quick post to provide you with some information. Before looking at the new ShoreTel Connect Licences, I will recap the current ShoreTel 14.2 Licence structure.

ShoreTel 14.2 Licences

At ShoreTel 14.2 and before, you first picked what type of extension license the user will have, then pick the level of communicator client the user will have.

So extension license options were:

  • Extension only
  • Extension and Mailbox
  • Mailbox only

Then the communicator client license options were:

  • Personal (free)
  • Professional
  • Workgroup agent
  • Workgroup Supervisor

A good rule of thumb, each one has the same and more function than the one before.

ShoreTel Connect Licences

The new license structure is formed of bundles:

  • Courtesy – Extension Only (no client)
  • Telephony – Extension and Mailbox (no client)
  • Essential – The above plus Dialer pack (Web and App) ShoreTel Connect client (instant messaging, presence, video calling, conferencing, web sharing and online meetings.)
  • Standard – The above plus ShoreTel mobility, Remote access (edge gateway) and Application integration
  • Advanced – the above plus operator features and up to 96 lines

Workgroups licenses are additional to the above (and I would expect need to be Essential or above, else it would be a useless addition)

More Information can be found in tis PDF from ShoreTel

If you have any questions, please feel free to use the comments below.

 

UPDATE: More information can be found on this blog post: ShoreTel Connect Client Licence

ShoreTel Connect update

I have just installed ShoreTel Connect 1.0 (ShoreTel 15) on our demo kit.  This is a bit of a follow on from my post here. These are my initial thoughts on it so far.

Licences 

ShoreTel has changed their licensing model and the client is no longer free to all users, unlike it is in ShoreTel 14.2. This is quite a bold move, in my opinion; this is what makes ShoreTel a great success in every install we have performed.

For more information on ShoreTel new Licence structure please see this post. It is unclear at the moment how the old license structure will map to the new license structure. It looks like the current personal communicator licensed users  (the free version) will lose their client at ShoreTel Connect, I have not tested yet if the personal (free) version of ShoreTel Communicator works with ShoreTel Connect v1.0

UPDATE: More information on the licensing and the Connect Client can be found on this post: ShoreTel Connect Client Licence

Director

Director now has the look and feel of diagnostic and monitoring from ShoreTel 14.2, however most options are in the same place, so finding your way around it not to hard. It has a new search feature, making it very easy to find parameters.

ShoreTel Connect Client

For the users the biggest change is the ShoreTel Connect Client 1.0 (ShoreTel Communicator 15). The client is clean, simple and very easy to use, I would be happy to let my mother loose on it, without prior training! It seems to have all the features of ShoreTel Communicator but in a much more airy interface.  The client does have an optional custom bookmark button bar along the left hand side. In my opinion, what a mess, it’s appearance lets down the whole client. Hence why the screen shots I have taken do not have it open.  The interface is the same across Mac, Windows and web. All in all I think this will improve the user’s experience.

Linux DVS

There is now Virtual DVS server. This is a virtual only device, it does what a windows DVS server does, in the way of voicemail and resilience. It does not allow you to run contact center on it, or any 3rd party apps like Oaisys call recording. The DVS licences is the same for Windows or Linux, but Linux does need an additional operating system licence and is fully managed within director.

Edge Server

Everything I said on my last post on this still stands. There were many rumours that the mobility server would bring remote access for desk phones. Well when you see the interface of this, you will see it started life as a mobility server. Buying Agito networks seems to be still paying off!

New Mobility Client. 

I have not seen a new client yet. The latest one on the Apple App store was from October last year.  My last prediction was it will support windows phone, But this is looking unlikely. According to Gartner, windows now only has a 1.7% of the mobile phone market, Would seem silly for ShoreTel to invest in that!

Screen Shots

If you have any questions, please feel free to use the comments below.

Future of ISDN (It’s looking a lot like SIP!)

Every wondered what the future of ISDN holds? This might sound surprising, but ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network) will be gone within the next 10 years! (well, at least in the UK). BT (the UK’s main telecoms provider) has announced that the traditional network (ISDN) will become obsolete by 2025 (details can be found here: https://event.webcasts.com/viewer/event.jsp?ei=1051301, the important stuff start at about 18 minutes in). Millions of ISDN users will have to migrate to an alternative network. Ten years from now when this mass migration will have finished, all users will have been switched to IP networks and many of them will also have needed to replace or modify their current PBX.

With the recent uptake of SIP Trunking and hosted VoIP solutions, such as; Skype for Business, ShoreTel’s Connect Cloud and Gamma’s Horzion, ISDN was likely to become history sooner or later.

For many people including myself, BT’s announcement regarding the diminishing ISDN technology is welcomed. The cost and lack of function of ISDN in terms of portability, failover and quality, are among many other limitations. Now we need to identify what other options we have before 2025 arrives.

Alternative approaches to ISDN

At the moment there are really only two options; a hosted telephony solution or SIP Trunking. SIP Trunks are basically a new age ISDN line over IP, which can offer many benefits over ISDN. A SIP Trunk is a virtual link over an IP connection to your Service Provider. As the phone line is a virtual link, it has a much more versatile approach to PSTN Connectivity. Here is a basic info graphic I made for a website the other day which is a very simplistic way of looking at SIP trunks.

Future of ISDN: SIP Trunking

For more information, check out this previous blog post.

Hosted solutions is another option, where you do not have a PBX on premise any more, it is on the service provider’s network and you just have desk phones which are linked to the ‘cloud’. This may sound different to SIP Trunking, but the connectivity is pretty much the same idea, as in concurrent calls, QoS, Codecs, etc, except that in the hosted situation, the SIP Trunk is from your endpoint (phone or computer) to the hosted PBX and not from your PBX to the public phone network.

As SIP Trunking is the connectivity of your PBX to the public phone network, a direct replacement for ISDN, we will focus on that.

 

Benefits of SIP Trunking

SIP Trunks can be used in the existing WAN connections, which will reduce cost of additional lines. ISDN phone numbers are governed by geographic locations, phone numbers on SIP Trunks are not allocated to any specific geographic area, which provides a lot of flexibility and the possibility to consolidate SIP Trunks across multiple locations within a company as well as setting up virtual offices. Due to the utilisation of higher bandwidth, SIP is capable of transmitting HD quality voice, unlike ISDN.

In the case of any faulty lines in ISDN, the calls will be disrupted, unless the issue is resolved. This isn’t necessarily the case with SIP Trunks. The calls won’t be disturbed, they can be rerouted via another circuit or alternative endpoint depending on your network topology and service provider.

Here are a few more (not all) benefits to SIP Trunking:

  • Break the link between geographic phone numbers and geographic locations
  • Better quality than ISDN (with the right codecs)
  • Hundreds of channels on a single trunk
  • Load balance over multiple lines
  • Auto fail over
  • Quickly change the end point of the trunk (move the trunk in minutes)
  • Instantly increase a trunk for a busy period and shrink when no longer needed
  • CLI Flexibility – The ability to present any number (great for migrations)
  • Cost saving – Saving on line rental and minutes (ISDN lines are very expensive)

 

Before choosing a new service provider, you should first carry out research regarding the SIP services offered by the provider. Furthermore, companies should make sure the network, data centre and connectivity that the provider is offering are suitable for their needs.

Migrating to SIP Trunking

This is not as hard as you think. If you have an old PBX and you are not ready to replace it yet, you can get an SBC (session Border Controller) with an ISDN card or use an ISDN to SIP gateway and replace your ISDN with a SIP Trunk without ever letting your PBX know! A Session Border controller does many things for your SIP Trunking installation, too many to list here, so think of it as your SIP Trunking gateway. For more detailed explanation, check out this post.

If you already have an IP PBX or a TDM with SIP connectivity, then you can do a phased replacement. So you would install the SIP Trunk in parallel to the ISDN, and route outbound calls via the SIP Trunk while using CLI Flexibility so the caller is presenting their ISDN Number. Then you can start the porting process to have the ISDN numbers moved to the SIP Trunk. Once this is complete, you are done and you can cancel the ISDN. There are a couple of benefits to this approach. One, is that while waiting for the number porting you get to fully stress test the line, and you also get the outbound minute savings from the start of the project, mot once you have waiting for the number porting to complete.

So the future of ISDN…

Change is hard to accept, but businesses need to realise there are many drawbacks associated to ISDN. Although ISDN is technologically robust and one of the oldest telephony solutions, the same issues were incurred for analogue signal transmission before ISDN’s evolution. Inexpensive SIP Trunking with its array of extra features has made the general farewell of ISDN somewhat inevitable and therefore, we all should become familiar with the word ‘change’ when it comes to advances of telephony.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to use the comments below.

ShoreTel Mobility 9 one way audio?

Have you recently upgraded your Apple IOS ShoreTel Mobility client to ShoreTel Mobility 9, now you have one way audio? This is because ShoreTel have decided to drop support for G729 codec, and your administrator at one point decided that you should be using it.

The upgrade was submitted to the Apple app store on the 4th of September 2015.

The resolution (to be completed by an administrator):

To disable the user from using that codec, go to Mobility Router Admin portal under Configuration->Mobility->Default Settings and disable the codec G.729 Annex-B for all the locations Enterprise, Home and Cell Data.

After updating configuration, users are required to restart their Mobility client to sync the settings.

 

More details on ShoreTel Mobility 9 one way audio can be found at the ShoreTel KB here

 

SIP Trunking, is a Session Border Controller (SBC) needed?

Before I can answer that, I should probably explain what a Session Border Controller (SBC) is and what it brings to the party when deploying SIP Trunking. An SBC can be either a physical or virtual device which sits between your network and the Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP).  It is basically the point of demarcation between your phone system and the ITSP. If you think about it in the form of old school telecoms, it is the equivalent to your ISDN gateway. A session border controller has 3 main jobs (it does do more!):

  • Security
  • Network Address Translation (NAT) Traversal
  • SIP Interoperability

Security

As the name suggests, “Board Controller”, it sits on the border of your network. It typically will manage the authentication to the ITSP. Some SBC can be a firewall as well as an SBC, (out of the scope of this post).

You should expect the following from your SBC:

Near-end NAT traversal for connecting SIP communications between an enterprise and a carrier

·         Dynamically open and close the media ports (both voice and video on both UDP and TCP ports)

·         Encryption for both media and signalling (the ITSP will need to support this as well)

·         Authentication and registration with the ITSP

·         Access control

·         Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS) functionality

On a slight side note, telephone fraud has been around long before SIP. SIP now gives those naughty people the chance to hack your phone system with out even picking up a phone. The most famous tool for this is SIPVICIOUS. I installed a sip trunk for a customer within the last few weeks, within a day of the customer providing the SBC with a public address, I saw SIPVICIOUS attacks. This was not a concern as I had a SBC with IDS/IPS enabled.

NAT Transversal.

SIP as a protocol is absolutely hopeless when it come to NAT. Typically when an IP packet leaves your network for the Internet, your firewall will NAT it. So it will change the source address from the internal IP address to your public IP address and when your firewall receives a response, it will change the destination IP address back to the original source internal IP address. A little confusing, but this diagram explains it better! It shows how NAT is applied to a typical packet leaving a private network destined for a server on the web.

NAT

So the problem with SIP, is that the packet’s payload also contains IP addresses, for example of the users telephone. The packet will reach the ISTP as it was NATed, but the data within the packet still has the internal IP address of the users phones, so the ITSP has no way of routing the media back the user’s phone. This typically results in a one way audio call.

SIP NAT without Session Border Controller

So what a Session Border Controller does, is opens all the SIP packets and rewrites the content, so it still makes sense when the far end receives it. Depending on the SBC deployment model, the diagram below is a little over simplified as the SBC should have its own IP address. I decided to miss this out as the diagram does show in essence what an SBC does for NAT transversal and it was getting very busy!

SIP NAT with a Session border Controller

SIP Interoperability

You may ask why do we need to Interoperability? SIP is a standard, right? Well wrong! SIP is an RFC. (to be more precise RFC3261). Wikipedia says

“A Request for Comments (RFC) is a type of publication from the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and the Internet Society, the principal technical development and standards-setting bodies for the Internet.

An RFC is authored by engineers and computer scientist in the form of a memorandum describing methods, behaviors, research, or innovations applicable to the working of the Internet and Internet-connected systems.”

So now I’m guessing you’re asking why do we need Interoperability when the RFC is describing methods and behaviours? Well. that is a good question! The RFC details many methods, for example to transfer a call you have a couple of methods to pick from. You can use the refer method or the redirect method. However it is not uncommon for PBX vendors and ITSPs not to support both of them.

So the SBC has a profile of what the PBX will accept and what the ITSP will accept and can rewrite the SIP packets to conform the PBX and ITSP take on SIP.

SBC can also do the same for codecs. If the ITSP and the PBX do not have a Codec in common, the SBC can help with is too. However I have never needed this, G711 is typically excepted everywhere!

 

Other functions you get from your SBC are:

  • Quality of Service (QoS) tagging on your voice traffic
  • A whole range of logging and Call Detail Records (CDR) (call reports etc), typically via a radius server.
  • Call Control – control bandwidth usage over you WAN
  • Low cost routing – If you have several SIP Trunks throughout your organisation

 

So do you need a Session Border Controller when deploying SIP Trunks?

The answer is it depends! Can your ITSP provide you with a SIP Trunk without NATing? They might be able to if they are your WAN provider as well. In this case and there is no SIP interoperability issues between you and the provider and you trust them enough not to add your own security, then technically no you do not need one. In all other cases I can think of, the answer is yes, you do need a SBC.

However in the case where you do not need a SBC, with all the benefits listed above, Why wouldn’t you? It does add some cost to the product, but this is small in the scheme of your SIP trunking project. Also you don’t always need to purchase an SBC, some phone systems come with their own built-in and I have seen some providers within the UK and USA which provide their own SBC on your site.

Hope this helps, basically you might not need a SBC, but you sure do want a SBC when deploying SIP Trunks. If you have any questions, please feel free to use the comments below.

For information about methods of deploying an Session Border Controller and SIP Trunking, check out my post on SIP Trunking

ShoreTel 15, When will it be released? – (ShoreTel Connect)

Update: there is an update to this post here. 

ShoreTel 15.0, When will it be released? Well technically it will not, the next ShoreTel version will be called ShoreTel Connect 1.0. ShoreTel are announcing this as their most import upgrade ever!  It is available from August. If you are an existing user, you will have to wait longer. Like ShoreTel’s typical deployment plan, you cannot upgrade to a point zero release, these are reserved for new installations. ShoreTel have started taking advanced orders on the new ShoreTel Connect platform.

So what can you expect to see from the new release?

3 Deployment Methods

–     On site

–     Cloud*

–     Hybrid*

*US only, if you are in the rest of the world, you will just have to wait a little while.

A Unified Platform (aka interface)

It does not matter whether you have a cloud or an on premise installation. The user interface, being web front end, Phones or desktop client (ShoreTel connect client) it is the same across all deployment methods.

Phones

The supported phones for the cloud are the IP4xx Phones, IP655, IP930D DECT phone and the Apple Dock (with Mobility). The on premise solution looks like it will support the existing phones.

There is a new button box, BB424. This is only supported by ShoreTel Connect, it will not work with ShoreTel 14.2. Each can supply up to 96 buttons across 3 pages. It will only connect to the 485g phones, and a phone can support up to 4 Boxes. The boxes have tri coloured LED button, Unites 2-4 will need an additional power supply and to connected to the phones via USB.

New Licences

There is quite a bit to this. This will probably be a blog entry in the future once I have researched it more.

 Update: here is that blog post. 

New Web Interface

Did you ever play with ShoreTel Director 2 which was hidden within your 14.2 installation? Well the new interface is pretty much that, with the look and feel of the Diagnostic and Monitoring platform.

New Remote Access – ShoreTel Edge Gateway (bye-bye ShoreTel VPN Concentrator)

The new Virtual edge gateway (only available as a virtual device at the moment) developed fully in-house by ShoreTel. Using RAST (Remote access secure Technology). Provides end to end encryption and is meant to provide better voice quality than VPN technologies. It will provide:

–     Remote access for 400 phones (I don’t think it needs to be a G phone)

–     Remote access for soft phones

–     HTTPs connect client access

New ShoreTel Linux DVS Server

No need for a Windows licence! Not sure how this will be deployed yet, possible an OVA VMware file? I think the HQ server will still need to be Windows 🙁

Replacement of the ShoreTel Communicator with ShoreTel Connect Client

New look and feel, lot more white space, less cluttered, looks like a more modern app. The ShoreTel Connect Client boast:

–     Same functionality across windows and mac

–     With WEBRTC, the web version has the same functionality.

New ShoreTel ST Switches

New switches are being introduced. They look very similar to the ShoreTel SG switches, but have some more capabilities. There is no need for resource calculations any more (hooray!). If a switch offers 50 phone and 4 FXO and 4 FXS port then the switch will do all of that at the same time, as well as offering the state number of conferencing users.

Within the new switch range, there is a new switch which will support 500 phones. Another which will support 2 T1/E1 spans (very useful for an ISDN connection and a QSIG connection)

The new ShoreTel ST switches offer a USB port, to make it easy to gather detail logs (or just to charge your mobile)

No VM support for the ST switch, but this is on the roadmap.

Theses ShoreTel ST switches can operate in parallel with the ShoreTel SG switches. If you require BRI connectivity, you will need to continue to use the ShoreTel SG BRI gateways.

As far as I can tell the new ST switches will require ShoreTel Connect.

New Mobility Client

Not sure what the new ShoreTel mobility Client will bring, probably a better interface. Maybe support for Windows phone/tablet?

SIP Trunking

As far as I can tell, nothing new here. InGate is still required.

Update: there is an update to this post here

HP (3Com) VCX Customer Roadmap: 1. HP’s Latest Position

Guest blog by John Taylor

This is the first in a series of posts setting out a roadmap for HP (3Com) VCX IP Telephony customers as the system approaches End of Life. This first post covers the official HP position. Future posts will address

  • Action now – HP Support and software upgrades for VCX
  • Exploiting Full HP VCX Function
  • Extending & Enhancing the HP VCX System
  • Migration Options and Trade-Ins from HP VCX

HP’s POSITION

End of Sale

Since HP acquired the 3Com business it decided that the popular VCX product was not strategic. In fact, it is widely thought that it conflicted with HP’s own service business which teams with other vendors to implement their products.

  • In October 2010 HP first removed all previous IBM Power and Intel platforms from sale, replacing them with HP servers, presumably because it did not wish to sell a competitor’s hardware.
  • In May 2011 when HP announced VCX Release 9.8 it stated that there would be no further development but that it would remain on sale ‘for the foreseeable future’.
  • In September 2011 it withdrew the 310x phones from sale in favour of the newer 350x models.
  • In December 2012 it withdrew the hardware from sale, except for phones.
  • It also identified target replacement solutions as being ShoreTel UC for SMB and MS Lync for Enterprise.
  • In December 2013 it withdrew the phones from sale.
  • In October 2014 it withdrew software bundles from sale, leaving the individual phone and server licences..
  • Now in March 2014 it has finally announced that all software sales will cease from 31st May 2015.

End of Support

HP Support includes both Technical Support and Release Upgrade Entitlement.

The standard HP policy is to support two major releases back so that would include 9.8.15, 9.5.13 and 9.0.17. If an issue is discovered that is fixed in a more recent release then the customer may be asked to upgrade to a more recent version. Note that pre-VCX9 systems need to pay a fee to upgrade their licences to VCX9 in order to be supported.

End of Sale does not imply End of Support. HP’s standard policy is to offer Support from 5 years from End of Sale. This policy has applied quite well to VCX so far. For instance, the IBM hardware servers withdrawn in October 2010 come to the end of support in October 2015. Other specific devices have ended earlier but usually only when original manufacturers withdrew their support. However, with this latest announcement HP says “VCX Licences will not follow the traditional post HPN End of Sale support process, they will be supported until your existing VCX service contract expires.” So, check your contract expiry date now and look out for the next VCX Roadmap post in a day or so.

This blog can also be found on my own blog at: http://www.typex.com/Blogs.nsf/

Mobile UC: How does ShoreTel’s Mobile UC offering Measure up?

After watching a summit session at EC2015 called “What Do Enterprises Want in Mobile UC?” I thought I would see how ShoreTel measures up to the list. So the main points from the session were:

  • Do you need a suite of app and interfaces to achieve UC, or can you do it from a single place?
  • Is the user interface intuitive?
  • Features: Voice, Video, Instance Messaging, Presence, Audio Conferencing, Web Conferencing. File Sharing, Fixed Mobile Convergence
  • Social Collaboration, for instance Facebook and IBM Connections
  • Replace the desk phone?
  • Use your own mobile, while keeping the corporate identity?
  • Enable the users to pick the device they are comfortable with, not forcing them to use the only supported model?
  • Analytics – Measure user adoption, trends for future plans.

Another point that was mentioned in the session is that Mobile UC doesn’t have to mean UC on a mobile phone. It is to enable UC for users that are mobile.

Do you need a suite of app and interfaces to achieve UC, or can you do it from a single place?

ShoreTel on a mobile phone / Tablet platform uses 2 Applications, “ShoreTel Mobility Client” for the Core functionality and “ShoreTel Conferencing” for Web Conferencing, if you need to view the presentation.

On Windows and Mac OS, ShoreTel offer a single client called ‘ShoreTel Communicator’ which offers their UC suite and the web conferencing is done on a web page but this is launched from within the client.

ShoreTel also offers a Web Communicator, allowing client free UC functionality, but this has fewer features than the above two options. It is mainly used for call control.

Is the user interface intuitive?

The mobile apps (like all mobile apps) have been designed to be used without a proper user manual. If it wasn’t user intuitive then it wouldn’t be used and the solution would fail. It has been to designed to be provisioned remotely without the user having to know the settings by receiving the setting via a text message. The client, when first opened, has a tiny demo to show its main features and this is typically all the user need to get going.

The desktop client is very intuitive. I have seen an installation go-Iive where the IT manager went from department to department and gathered all the users around a single computer and said “this is how it works” and gave them about a 2 min demo. As far as I am aware the IT manager has not had any issue with their staff using the client and has nearly 100% user adoption.

Also one year at Enterprise Connect I’m sure I have heard that ShoreTel has the largest user adoption of any UC application supplied with a phone system, It has to be intuitive for this to happen. If I can find a citation of this, I will add it later.

Features: Voice, Video, Instant messaging, Presence, audio conferencing, Web conferencing. File Sharing, Fixed mobile convergence

Feature / OS Mobile Windows Mac OS
Voice Calls Yes Yes Yes
Video Calls Yes Yes No
Instant Messaging Yes Yes No
Presence Yes Yes Yes
Audio Conferencing Yes Yes Yes
Web Conferencing Yes Yes Yes
File Sharing   Yes*   Yes*   Yes*
Fixed mobile convergence Yes N/A N/A

*Only via web conferencing, not via IM or other means

Social Collaboration, for instance Facebook and IBM Connections

As far as I am aware there is no Social Collaboration integration functionality. ShoreTel does have integration with other collaboration platforms (that are not so much social) such as IBM Sametime, IBM Notes. MS Lync, Outlook and Google apps. however I was surprised this was not mentioned within the session and Social Collaboration was.

Replace the Desk Phone?

Yes! – From the mobile point of view, ShoreTel have focused on this. This is evident from their ShoreTel Dock.

ShoreTel Dock

 

The ShoreTel Mobility client offers a full set of PBX features via both WiFi and Cellular (call hold, transfer, conference etc.) and with the Dock, it does allow the user have the look and feel of a desk phone while in the office but keep the mobility of their own phone.

From the mobile user perspective this can be achieved via the above with a mobile, or using their laptop as a soft phone. We have deployed a contact centre where none of the agents were given phones – they used their PC and headset. They are now looking to expand the phone system to their remote locations, and they are not looking at providing phones to their agents as they are very happy with the results so far.

Use your own mobile, while keeping the corporate identity.

This is also known as Fixed Mobile Convergence and as seen from the features table above this is achievable. ShoreTel does this very well with their ShoreTel Mobility Router. It enables the mobile to have a dual personality, so very basically: when you are calling your Mum it will display your own mobile number, when you are calling a customer it will show your office phone number.

Enable the users to pick the device they are comfortable with, not forcing them to use the only supported model

ShoreTel find of does this, I can’t give it a full yes, as it currently doesn’t support Windows phone, So if you are one of the very few people who picked to use a Windows phone (please leave a comment why), ShoreTel can’t enable these users to use their own device.

Also looking at this topic as a mobile worker, then we need to consider Mac OS as well, This is supported but with a reduced functionality set as seen in the table above

Analytics – Measure user adoption, trends for future plans.

Typically enterprises can tell how many employees have download the app, but not see if they are using it or how they are using it. ShoreTel offer a range of analytics, these include (but not limited to):

  • Total users / provisioned users / registered.
  • Top X users
  • Cell Vs WiFi minutes
  • Call trends
  • Standard CDR data

These types of analytics can help to decide what needs to be deployed next. For example, if all your mobility users at a remote site are the top cellular users, it may be worth considering installing WiFi.

Conclusion

Overall ShoreTel measures up very well. It meets all the requirements (and more) exposed in the EC session with the exception from the Social collaboration integration. It also provide a huge range of features. ShoreTel does come up short with the operating systems supported. It does not support Windows Phone, however most companies seem not to see a need to develop an app for Windows phone! ShoreTel also has reduced feature set on its Mac client, and as a Mac user, I am looking forward to once this is addressed.

So does ShoreTel measure up against the enterprise UC needs? I would say it does.

For more details on the ShoreTel Mobile UC offering, I would recommend this page: http://www.shoretel.com/solutions/enterprise_mobility 

Any comments or questions, please just use the below.