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How To Download Cisco Callmanager 8.0

How to Download Cisco Callmanager 8.0

Cisco Callmanager is a software-based call-processing system that provides voice, video, mobility, and presence services for businesses of all sizes. It is also known as Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) and it is the core component of the Cisco Unified Communications solution.


If you want to download Cisco Callmanager 8.0, you need to follow these steps:

  • Go to the [Cisco Software Download site] and log in with your Cisco account credentials.

  • Select the product category "Unified Communications" and then select "Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)" from the product list.

  • Choose the software type "Unified Communications Manager/CallManager/Cisco Unity Connection (CUCM/CUC/CUCxN)" and then select the software version "8.0" from the drop-down menu.

  • You will see a list of available files for download. Depending on your platform and device model, you may need to download different files. For example, if you are using a Cisco IP Phone 7912 with the Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP), you need to download the file "cmterm-7912-8.0.4-sccp.cop.sgn" or "cmterm-7912-8.0.4-sccp.cop" from the list.

  • Click on the file name and then click on "Download" to start the download process. You may need to accept the license agreement and enter your email address before downloading.

  • After downloading the file, you need to install it on your system. The installation process may vary depending on your platform and device model. For example, if you are using Cisco CallManager 5.0 or later, you need to use the Software Upgrades menu options to upload and install the file. If you are using Cisco CallManager earlier than 5.0, you need to run the executable file "cmterm-7912G-sccp.8-0-4.exe" on your system.

  • After installing the file, you need to reset all the corresponding devices to apply the changes.

For more information about Cisco Callmanager 8.0, you can refer to the [Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager) documentation] or contact Cisco Support.


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