Can't get the D link DPH 540 TO GET A CONNECT TO WI FI
The Phone say no service, no sip account. I have a couple of hot spot next to me. So Please telle how to set up ,my phone to work. I just bought this phone a couple of days ago. I follow aht was in the manule I have a dph 540
Re: can't get the D link DPH 540 TO GET A CONNECT TO ...
First create a network profile if not yet done so
Menu > Profile > Network Profile
then edit it, go to Account Choice and select "Default".
The "No SIP Account" error most likely comes from having a blank field in "Account Choice".
It's easier to set up the DPH-540 from the web admin interface, so you can try first to at least get an IP address assigned to the phone then use that IP address to access the phone from another laptop on that same wireless network. But again by the time you manage to thumb your way to get an IP address assigned, you have 3/4 of the problem already resolved so you may as well thumb in that finishing touch :-)
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You need to check the manual for your phone to see if it will work as a hot spot. You didn't say what the make and model is so I cannot help you with this, so check the manual. You will also need to have a data plan on your phone, not just a call plan.
My DPH-540 works fine behind a DI-604 NAT router, without any special firewall configuration on the DI-604 (I connect to either RingCentral or SIPPhone). I hope to get another SIP phone and see if both phones can work simultaneously behind the NAT router; many web sites suggest that a different proxy port must be used (the default is 5060).
To get the DPH-540 to work with RingCentral, you need to add a DigitalLine to your RC service. Then you need ignore the email sent by RingCentral which provides configuration info; instead, login to your account on the RC web site. Click on the Preferences tab, then the "Setup Instructions" for the DigitalLine device. That should produce a popup window with info like:
The password will be the same as the Authorization ID.
Configure your DPH-540 just enough so that it can obtain an IP address via DHCP. Then use a browser to configure most of the rest of the DPH-540 (user admin, password admin by default). However, the browser interface does not let you associate a SIP configuration with a profile; that must be done on the phone itself (consult the userguide and just keep at it; it's not that hard).
For an image of what the web interface and config page for a DPH-540 SIP configuration looks like, see http://homepage.mac.com/saj777/techtips/DPH-540_RC-config.jpg
Hi Shelagh, If you're trying to connect to your home Wi-Fi The password is on the back of the modem, Write it down then go into your phone/tablet settings and tap "CONNECTIONS", Then tap on Wi-Fi and make sure it's switched on(should be a button there), Once switched on it should start scanning automatically for networks, but if not then there's a scan button there somewhere. When it finds the modem just tap on it and a small window opens for the password, Type in the pass word tap ok and you're connected... Bellow is a link to a short youtube video explaining pretty much the same thing I said..... I hope this helps..., CHEERS..
Mark the Wi-Fi checkbox. Available Wi-Fi™ networks are
displayed in a list under Wi-Fi networks. The available networks may be
open or secured. This is indicated by the icon next to the network name.
Tap a Wi-Fi™ network to connect to it. If you are trying to
connect to a secured Wi-Fi™ network, you are asked to enter the security
key for that Wi-Fi™ network before you can connect to it. The Wi-Fi™
connection is displayed in the status bar once you are connected.
The next time you connect to a Wi-Fi™ network, the phone will remember the security key.
To enable Wi-Fi™ network notification of open networks, mark the Network notification checkbox.
To connect to another Wi-Fi™ network, just tap another Wi-Fi™ network in the Wi-Fi networks list.
To scan for Wi-Fi™ networks manually, press the Menu key and tap Scan. The phone scans for Wi-Fi™ networks and displays them in the Wi-Fi networkssection.
You can also try updating your softwares by going to the sites below;
wi fi is what we called wireless internet,, it comes up with the latest phone like your phone,, it is built in, go the the nearest hot spot area to connect to the internet using your phone's wi fi,, it is free to surf like on personal computers internet,, how lucky you are!
That phone looks exactly like the one I use from sjlabs.com. I have a SIP account with FWD on mine. The router should have nothing to do with it unless you are behind a corporate router with strict ACLs. The soft phone is software based. Just make sure your STUN server and SIP proxy is set up correctly. The Xlite should provide all the info needed,