NOT registered is the info banner i get all the time i try to connect to a wlan
Am compltely new to this product.The thing is am trying to Create a SIP account and trying myself to connect to Wlan.
And i followed the Settings which i got from Zyxel2000w.pdf
The Wlan is workin fine (Connected other devices to same Wlan)
Plz help me out to proceed further.
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Unfortunately most of these phones are not manufactured by a foolproof tested software and hence many of them work well till the phone hung or got a malware inside. In the first place these phones do not have backing of a service network and those who got them at such low prices did take the risk of a loss.If the phone cannot be reset to factory setting then if is obvious that the software is hung and needs a reinstallation. Try to find if there is any source/ local service centre who has the software for the model to be downloaded but most of the time these phones are though to be good as long as they last. Wish you luck. Good day
IP addresses are assigned by your service provider (ISP). Unless you pay them for a static IP, your IP address will change sometimes. This can happen even if you have your connection on all the time.
You'll need to contact your ISP about getting a static IP address, or look at sites like www.no-ip.info which you can use to simulate a static IP. You register with the site and install a client program in your computer that updates their server when your IP address changes. People then reach your computer through the site.
I had a similar problem. I unregistered the main handset & then
when I attempted to re-register it, I had the same issue (handset
attempts the registration process & eventually fails). I tried
everything including pressing the "Reset" button on the back of the
basestation & downloading firmware version 188.8.131.52 (started with
184.108.40.206). Turns out I had to press & hold the "Page" button on the
basestation while the handset is attempting the registration process.
info is in the manual. I know, I should have read the manual first. But
at least I'm not alone; the guy at Philips told me to return the
product because it must be defective.
It appears that the
registration process is a security process/exchange between the
basestation & handset. I'm not certain how standard this process is
(i.e., whether differing manufactures utilize the same security
protocols). If not, it is likely that other manufacturers' handsets
cannot talk to the basestation. I mention this because you said you
registered the main handset multiple times, so it sounds like you are
familiar with the registration process.
Nevertheless, this might
help others who decide to spend their weekend pressing the "reg" button
a bzillion times, watching it fail as many times, & looking for
DeRegister the handset and then reregister it to the base
1 ) press Reg. Register shall be highlighted. 2 ) press Page key on the base unit until the two indications turn off. If registration is successful,the signal icon displays steadily. If registration failed,repeat the above procedure.