The 6000 looks like an upgrade to the 4000 (just as the 650 was an upgrade to the 601).The 7000 is a larger phone can be linked to a second unit for huge conference tables.Please submit any suggestions to Polycom For features request, here is the form: Provisioning Central Boot Serve Installing polycom firmware version 3.0 and auto provisioning with trixbox Database driven Polycom provisioning with Asterisk Real Time Polycom Worldwide offers several SIP-capable phones: There are other part numbers for phones with MGCP and with no software.While the 30x, 50x, and 600 can be converted between SIP and MGCP, but this is unreliable and thus not recommended.In particular, the 50x has different keycaps, which makes this doubly difficult. Also, there are different part numbers for regions other than NA due to power differences.The IP 500 used to support H.323, but Polycom has discontinued H.323 support on their phones.
Updated/fixed packages: bind, dbus, erlang-p1-xml, faad2, ficl, gcc, gdb, glibc, jack2, libcurl, linux, linux-headers, lua, mutt, nvme, qt5base, skeleton-common, snappy, stella, swupdate, uclibc, valgrind, webkitgtk.
Choose which method of download you prefer and install the software on your local Windows-based machine.
In your installation process, you will be prompted to download 2.0 which can be downloaded here if not already installed:
Issues resolved ( #9926: systemd-resolved.service: Failed at step NAMESPACE (systemd 233) #10021: file is missing for qt5 on armv7 #10026: lua-5.3.4: fix lua linker error in swupdate #10146: package/skeleton-common fix recursive variable #10156: glibc compilation fails for X86 32bits (i386) #10201: toolchain-wrapper.c:192: (error) Memory leak: #10221: Buildroot Support 2017.08-rc1, Released August 2nd, 2017 Infrastructure: - The skeleton package has been split into multiple packages: skeleton-sysv (when Busybox or Sys V init are used), skeleton-systemd (when systemd is used), skeleton-none (when no init system is used) and skeleton-custom (when a custom skeleton is used).
Those packages, except skeleton-custom, share common logic and data in a new package called skeleton-common. This change allows to generate a filesystem that is compliant with systemd expectations.
familyid=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&displaylang=en Click download: After you have downloaded the application, open or run the Solarwinds application on your desktop: When opened it will look like this: Next, you will want to download the Polycom Firmware and Bootrom Files from the Vo IP Supply FTP website.