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[Software] 6.2.11 openSIP CCX400, CCX500, CCX600 and CCX700

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[Software] 6.2.11 openSIP CCX400, CCX500, CCX600 and CCX700

Hello all,

 

we just released the new CCX400, CCX500, CCX600 and CCX700 SKU phones in openSIP mode.

 

NOTE: At present these are openSIP devices only and cannot switch to run Microsoft Teams and or Microsoft Skype for Business!

 

CCX 6.2.11 Supported Profiles       
Phone Model  Microsoft Teams  Skype for Business  OpenSIP 
CCX 400 (Microsoft -019)  Yes   Yes  No 
(CCX 400 1.0.1 or previous) 
CCX 400 (OpenSIP)  No  No  Yes 
CCX 500 (Microsoft -019)  Yes (5.9.13 or previous)  Yes (5.9.13 or previous)  No 
CCX 500 (OpenSIP)  No  No  Yes 
CCX 600 (Microsoft -019)  Yes (5.9.13 or previous)  Yes (5.9.13 or previous)  No 
CCX 600 (OpenSIP)  No  No  Yes 
CCX 700 (OpenSIP)  No  No  Yes 

 

At present only phones from the factory will be running the openSIP Software

 

Model Software Version
CCX 400 (OpenSIP)  6.2.11.1475
CCX 500 (OpenSIP)  6.2.11.1323
CCX 600 (OpenSIP)  6.2.11.1323
CCX 700 (OpenSIP)  6.2.11.1323

 

Release History

Release

Release Date

Features

6.2.11

June 2020

Includes the following features:

•     UC Software support for CCX 400 phones with Microsoft.

(Will be certified Skype for Business)

(Not certified for Microsoft Teams)

•     Supports audio and video calling on CCX 600 and CCX 700 phones with OpenSIP.

5.9.13

May 2020

Maintenance release for CCX 500 and CCX 600 business media phones.

5.9.12

February 2020

Release for CCX 500 and CCX 600 business media phones.

1.0.0

December 2019

Initial release for CCX 500 business media phones.

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