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DarylB
#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 30, 2010 12:23:01 PM

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NOTE: Please refer to the new guide on the following page when setting up your phone - http://soho66.co.uk/96663/all/1/Hardware-Phones.aspx

Configuring your Yealink phone

The Yealink phones are a relatively new addition to our catalogue and so some of these instructions may need some refining. Please feel free to post your comments and we'll make the necessary adjustments to the guide.

1. Discover the IP address of your phone.
Press the "OK" button on the phone to enter the status page, and note the IP address of the phone, which will normally be of the form 192.168.x.x.

2. Login to your Yealink phone through a web browser.
Using a web browser on your PC, type the IP address of the phone into the address bar at the top of the page. You should be asked to login to the phone. The default username and password are both admin (in lower case).

3. Configure the Account.
Click the Account tab at the top of the web page. From the drop-down, choose the relevant account that you wish to configure (normally Account 1), and specify the following information

Basic

Line Active: On
Register Name: [VoIP Username]
Username: [VoIP Username]
Password: [VoIP Password]
SIP Server: [Domain / Registrar Server]
Port: 8060
Enable Outbound Proxy Server: Disabled
Outbound Proxy Server: <blank>
Transport: UDP
Backup Outbound Proxy Server: <blank>
NAT Traversal: Enabled
STUN Server: <blank>
Voice Mail: 8000
Anonymous Call: Disabled

Click Confirm, then Advanced

UDP Keep-alive Message: Enabled
UDP Keep-alive Interval: 20
Login Expire: 300
Local SIP Port: 8060 (when adding additional phones to your network, change this in increments of 10 so, 8070, 8080, 8090 etc)

Click Confirm

Other settings can stay as their defaults.

Where I have used <blank>, this field should be left blank. Replace [VoIP Username], [VoIP Password] and [Domain / Registrar Server] with the relevant values from your Soho66 number, which you can see by clicking "My Soho", then "My Numbers", then your Soho66 telephone number.

Regards

Daryl
JonH
#2 Posted : Friday, August 27, 2010 2:31:29 PM
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Have you guys got any experience with the USB yealink phone - USB-W1DL

It seems to lean towards Skype, but it says that it supports various softphones.

Anyone seen this phone or set it up?

Jon
RobertT2
#3 Posted : Tuesday, August 31, 2010 11:03:09 AM

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Hi Jon,

We haven't come across this phone before, but I see from it's data sheet that it supports X-Lite, so should work fine with our numbers.
DennisR
#4 Posted : Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:41:30 PM
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Hi
I have the above phone Yealink, and i put in the ettings you have mentioned , but i still cant get it to work,
Please help
DennisR
#5 Posted : Wednesday, May 04, 2011 7:58:10 PM
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Hi, I have put in the above setings, but still wont work, please help
RobertT2
#6 Posted : Thursday, May 05, 2011 12:07:29 PM

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Hi Dennis,

Please email us at support@soho66.co.uk so that we can resolve this issue for you. We will need to see some screen shots of your configuration settings, but will explain in more detail when we receive your email.

Thanks
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