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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).
In your VoIP monitor settings there are two options to make your phone connect to voip. You either have to dail # # or # *. I would try hitting pound twice, but it's kind of tricky because sometimes when the dlink tries to connect it will flip back and forth between voip and pstn. So I recommend holding the phone to your ear and hitting # until you hear that dial tone!
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.
There should be reset hole with a button in it if you press this and hold it in. count to ten then release, this will reset it to factory default setting.
If you are not wanting factory reset you will have to login to the linksys the default IP is 192.168.1.1 login name admin password admin.. that is you havent change it. and from there you can find your settings and change them..
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