Release Notes for Cisco SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA and Cisco SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handset Firmware Version 1.3.5p(XU)
First Published: May 22, 2015
Revised: July 10, 2015
These Release Notes provides information about SPA232D Multi-Line DECT ATA and SPA302D Multi-Line DECT Handset Firmware version 1.3.5p(XU).
As with any firmware release, read these release notes before you upgrade the firmware. Cisco also recommends that you back up the configuration before you perform any firmware upgrade.
Changes in Firmware Version 1.3.5p(XU) from 1.3.5(XU)
For the Cisco SPA232D and SPA302D, the following change is made in firmware version 1.3.5p(XU):
Silicon Labs changed the voltage component supplier from Telefunken to Vanguard. The new Silicon Labs chip requires a small code change.
To identify the new Silicon Labs chip, the new box HID format 1.1.x is used.
The following software changes apply to firmware releases 1.3.5p(XU):
Support for the new Silicon Labs chip is added, but compatibility with the old Silicon Labs chip is preserved.
A downgrade limit applies to the new Silicon Labs chip.
Hardware and Firmware Compatibility Matrix
(3 types of devices)
1.3.5(XU), 1.3.5, 1.3.4,
1.3.2 or earlier
(128MB Flash + New SLIC)
(128MB Flash + Old SLIC)
CCQ17100G3L to CCQ1906001U
(32MB Flash + Old SLIC)
Note 1.3.2p is identical to 1.3.2 and additionally supports 128MB flash and new SLIC. 1.3.5p is based on 1.3.5; both have the same feature set, except that 1.3.5p supports new SLIC while 1.3.5 does not. 1.3.5p(XU), 1.3.5(XU), 1.3.2(XU): SRTP functionality has been removed, and it cannot be configured or provisioned in firmware versions that are designated with XU in the filename.
Note Do not upgrade any device to an unsupported firmware version as detailed in the Hardware and Firmware Compatibility Matrix table.
Note New devices have a label that reads S/W: Must use 1.3.5(004p) or later.
Upgrade the Firmware
Follow these instructions to upgrade the phone adapter.
Step 3 Launch a web browser, and then enter the LAN IP addresses of the ATA. The default value is 192.168.15.1.
Step 4 Log in to the Configuration Utility. (On first use, enter admin as the username and the password. After logging in, you should configure a unique password that is hard to guess.)
Step 5 Click Administration in the menu bar, and then click Firmware Upgrade in the navigation tree.
Step 6 Click Browse and select the location of the upgrade file that you downloaded.
Step 7 Click the Upgrade button to upgrade the firmware.
Note Upgrading the firmware may take several minutes. Until the process is complete, DO NOT turn off the power, nor press the hardware reset button, nor click the Back button in your current browser.
1.3.5p(XU) Open Caveats are the same as stated in the 1.3.5(XU) Release Notes.
SPA100 and SPA232D require new firmware 1.3.2p 1.3.5p to support new SLIC.
Behavior During Times of Network Congestion
Anything that degrades network performance can affect voice and video quality, and in some cases, can cause a call to drop. Sources of network degradation can include, but are not limited to, the following activities:
Administrative tasks, such as an internal port scan or security scan
Attacks that occur on your network, such as a Denial of Service attack
To reduce or eliminate any adverse effects to the devices, schedule administrative network tasks during a time when the devices are not being used or exclude the devices from testing.
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