D-Link DPH-70L dialup IP phone changing IP Server.
Hi, there....I have a D-Link DPH-70L dialup IP phone. I was using it
with Phoneserve cards. But, now their service is not good. And, I wish
to change its IP server address to use it with other voip provider. I
tried to change it with default password 12345. But, it gets back to
the same adp2.winnerip.com
I would appreciate if anyone can help me in changing the IP server setting?
Waiting for your responses.
Re: D-Link DPH-70L dialup IP phone changing IP Server.
It sounds like you got this phone from the service provider you want to stop using. If so, then the problem is that they have preprogrammed a provisjoning server in your phones firmware. As long as this service is enabled their settings will overwrite any changes. i cant find any information about this modell, but usually this menu is in a admin restricted part of the firmware and therefore it cant be changed without doing some serious hacking. But before you give up try looking for settings in firmware menu (if it got a webui) that can point to this.
Voip equipment is usually cheap so its not worth the hassle if it cant be done easily. So before u put in a lot of hours in this problem consider buying new hardware.
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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
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 :-)
I had a similar problem on a pc i built. the culprit was my wireless card. i opened up the pc and moved the card from one pci slot to another. powered it on and it redetected mt card. my cpu usage went from 40-50% at idle to 0-5% depending. hope that helps
I had the same problem. I just reinstalled the hardware manually through the install new hardware module in XP. Once I did that, Skype "saw" the D-Link adapter. 'I went into "add new hardware" clicked "yer, hardware is already installed" then selected the D-Link device that will be listed. You have to have the driver already installed, then let the OS install the hardware as it always does and then you should see the D-Link driver as one of the choices.
This drove me crazy too. I hope this works for all of you. Good Luck.