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Your phone needs an IP address in order to communicate. Normally, it asks a "host" for that IP. You need to be connected to the internet for it to connect to the normal host, and your router should be willing to give it that IP address. "DHCP" is how devices ask for and get an IP address.
Depends on your network setting, check if your network has Fixed IP or DHCP, if you have DHCP check the Setup menu when he phone starts up, go to network settings and make sure its set for DHCP, if you have fixed IP addresses then you set it for manual ip and insert an IP address manually
remember it must be in the same group Example 192.168.1.120 (phone) 255,255,255 (sub Mask) and PBX IP 192.168.1.150
Plug the phone in and allow it to boot up. Once the home screen is displayed, press and hold the 4, 6, 8, and * keys for about three seconds, or until you hear an audio alert and the phone asks you for a password. Enter 456 (default Admin password) and the phone will default itself. If the password has been changed, and 456 does not work, enter the MAC address of the phone as the password. Entering the MAC address of the phone will only reset the Admin password to the default, so it will probably be necessary to repeat this procedure, entering 456 the second time, to factory default the phone.
your voip enabled phone uses dynamic ip addressing so doesn't have a fixed ip. however if you want to configure the phone Connect the WAN port of the SPA922 to your network (router, switch or hub). Make sure that you have a DHCP server so that the SPA922 will get the IP address.
To login to web based administration follow the steps
Access the web based setup page of the SPA922. Verify the IP address through the LCD. Click Menu then press 9. It should show you the DHCP IP address. Open a browser and type that in the Address bar.
Click Admin Login .
Note: The SPA922 does not have a username and password by default. If you are asked for a username and password and you have not configured a password, it means that the SPA921 is locked by your VoIP provider. You need to obtain the password from your VoIP provider.
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On the phone, press the menu button, then status, then IP status or whatever and get the phone's IP address. Write the ip address down. On your computer, open up a web browser and input the phone's IP address into the address bar and press enter. This should arrive you at the web gui for that phone. It'll probably ask you for login credentials; by default, the name is "Polycom" (yes , it is case-sensetive) and the password is 456. Once you are logged in, you should see several links like "General" "Network" "Sip" and "Lines". click on Lines. under "line 1", you will see the configuration for that line. simply duplicate the entries for lines 2, 3, and 4.
I bought SNOM 300 and i was unable to connect the router in first go. it was keep saying Send DHCP reqt but nothing was happening. i tried even connecting SNOM 300 dirctly to my laptop but in vain. in last i started receiving message Ethernet cable unplugged.
I reset the SNOM 300 to the factory defaults which solved the problem immediately.
Get to the phone menu "configuration-Reset" and select this option. it will ask for the admin password which is 0000. This will fix the issue. try it.
Try retrieve the IP address of your VOIP841, on the handset press the “Menu” button, navigate to the “Settings” menu and choose the option “Network”, then "DHCP", it should give you an IP address, make a note of this. Open your Internet browser and type in the IP Address of the VOIP841
into the address bar. The Internet browser will show the internal
Internet page of your device. Login with the following username and password:
After logging in please navigate to the “Skype” menu option in the left
side menu. On this page y
ou can type your Skype username and password. Once they are filled in
save your settings and test on the handset if everything is working.
1. Turn the BT160 on. To do this press and hold the answer/end button until the light flashes blue, then release.
2. Press and hold the answer/end button and the volume up (+) button until you receive solid blue light. This may take up to 10 seconds.
3. Go into the Bluetooth menu on your cell phone and follow the cell phone’s instruction guide for pairing a Bluetooth headset. This generally involves going into a “devices” or “hands free” menu and adding a new device. Your phone may ask if you want to pair with the headset, accept by pressing “yes” or “OK” and confirm with the passkey or PIN 0000 (4 zeros).