I cannot find my manual for my phone. I want to use it with my Vonage phone service and I need help making the connection. Also, I would like to have a manual. Is there one available for download or to read online? Please advise.
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SIP Account Name: Vonage Phone Number: xxxxxxxxxx (enter your Vonage phone number) Authentication ID: xxxxxxxxxx (enter your Vonage phone number) Authentication Password: xxxxxxxx (enter your Vonage Authentication Password, this can be Provided to you by Vonage. Please remember that the password is case sensitive.) SIP Domain: leave blank Proxy Address: sphone.vopr.vonage.net Port: 5061 Outbound Proxy: sphone.vopr.vonage.net Port: 5061 Local Port: 5061 Register Timer: 3600 Codec: Auto Pkt. Time: Default Out of Band DTMF: On
FIrst of all, you don't change the line from the pedestal to the trailer. It's not your cable and it doesn't matter. Dial tone comes in on that cable and it works just fine. It's also the feed to your DSL modem, based on high frequency and not data.
If you're trying to feed different dial tone to 4 phone jacks, you need to find a way to unsplice the cables. In truth, all you have to do is find the main feed from outside, wire it to the DSL modem, and backfeed the 3 other cables with the dial tone from the Vonage or whatever ATA. This backfeed will run on any cable and does not need to be Cat 5e.
If you're trying to run network cables, then you need to run a new cable and connect it to a router or switch at some central location. Those cables need to be 5e.
Please make sure that you're credentials are correct and properly configure in your VoIP box. Forward UDP ports used for VoIP. This would be the basic steps to ensure you get proper dial tone from your Intenet Telephne Service Provider.
Voice mail is probably a feature provided by your service provider. I have a PBX with several different viop phones configured.
The voice mail is stored on the PBX you just need to configure the message waiting light on the phone and possibly a speed button that automatically dials the voice mail code.
I assume that you don't have a PBX and an internet service provider / voice service provider has those features available for you. They should have the documentation you need to configure the phone. If they specifically support your model phone you are in luck. Otherwise you will have to adapt from their generic description.
I have noticed that some really cheap voice plans don't include voice mail.