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Cisco SPA 500

Boot Server

Please see the SPA Boot Server Documentation

The following documentation is legacy and available for information purposed only.

 

Prerequisites

Linksys allows public download of documentation and software on their website.

  • Phone network configuration completed.

    The following instructions assume your phone has successfully booted and completed network configuration including obtaining valid IP addresses for itself, an IP gateway and DNS servers either via DHCP, manual or other means (refer to your phone's documentation) and that your phone is running with factory defaults.

  • Phone is running firmware release 7.4.8 or better.

    You can find the firmware version your phone is currently running by using the Menu button (looks like a dog-eared piece of paper) on your phone and navigating to "Product Info -> "Software Version". If you are running a version prior to 7.4.8, please upgrade your phone's software before proceeding (refer to your phone's documentation).

 

Step 1: Gather information for each user.

Each user has a set of credentials which will be needed to configure each phone. For each phone that you are configuring, obtain the following:

  • "SIP Address" (Address of Record)
  • "SIP Password"
  • "Auth Username"
  • "Username"
  • "Proxy/Domain"

You can find this information in the user detail pages under the Users tab in the "Phone Configuration" section.

Phone configuration section

 

Step 2: Log into your Linksys/Sipura phone through a web browser

  1. You will need the IP address of the Linksys/Sipura device. Touch the "Menu" key on the phone and choose 9 for Network. You will see the CurrentIP of the phone displayed. Take note of the IP address. You will need it later. An IP address is in the format nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn. A typical IP address is something like 192.168.1.105 or 10.10.1.105 for example.
  2. Run a web browser application on the same network as the Linksys device. Type the following into the browser address bar to access the web-based configuration portal:
    http://(linksys ip address) /admin/advanced where the (sipura ip address) is the IP address you obtained in Step 4 above.
  3. From here, in the upper right of the screen select "Admin Login" and then "Advanced".

    Note: After you select this log in, the screen will switch to show a "User Login" link. This means that you are now in Admin though it may appear to be telling you that you are in "User" mode.

Admin login

 

Step 3. Enter your user information from Step 1.

Now select the EXT 1 tab at the top of the page.

Make the following changes:

Under the "General" heading:

  • Line Enable = yes

General heading

Under the "NAT Settings" heading:

  • NAT Mapping Enable = no
  • NAT Keep Alive Enable = yes
  • NAT settings heading

    Under the "SIP Settings" heading

    • SIP Remote-Party-ID: no
    • Without the above step, the phone will send calls as "From: Anonymous " and OnSIP will return "403 Forbidden" on any calls requiring authentication. Extension to extension calls will work just fine. So, this is one potential way to make a phone an extension to extension call only phone if you so desire.

    SIP settings heading

    Under the "Call Feature Settings" heading:

    • Blind Attn-Xfer Enable: yes

    Call feature settings heading

    Under the "Proxy and Registration" heading:

    • "Proxy:" = Domain (from Step 1 above)
    • "Outbound Proxy:" = sip.onsip.com
    • Use "Outbound Proxy:" = Yes
    • Use OB Proxy In Dialog: = Yes
    • Register: = Yes
    • Register Expires: 600 (Note: The following screen shot shows 300 simply because it is the default. You should change this setting to 600)

    Proxy and registration heading

    Under the "Subscriber Information" heading:

    • Display name = (whatever you like)
    • User id = "Username" (from Step 1 above)
    • Password = "SIP Password" (from Step 1 above)
    • Use Auth ID = yes
    • Auth ID = "Auth Username" (from Step 1 above)

    Subscriber information heading

    Click "Submit All Changes" Button and wait for the phone to reboot.

    Click on the "System" tab.
    Scroll down to the "Optional Network Configuration" section.
    Change "DNS Query TTL Ignore" equal to "no".

    Optional network configuration section

    Click "Submit All Changes" Button and wait for the phone to reboot.

    Lastly - RTP Packet Size:
    Once the phone reboots from above, choose the "SIP" tab.

    • Scroll down to the "RTP Parameters" Section.
    • Find the field called: "RTP Packet Size:"
    • By default it is set to 0.030
    • Change it to 0.020

    Scroll to the bottom and choose "Submit all Changes"

    RTP parameters

 

Step 4. Confirm that your phone is registered.

In the User portal, click on the "Users" tab. You will see a green "online" notation next to each user with a registered phone.

 

Optional - Set the Time

Choose the "System" tab. Under the "Optional Network Configuration" section enter "pool.ntp.org" as the 'Primary NTP Server'.
Choose the "Regional" tab. Under the "Miscellaneous" section choose the "Time Zone" item and choose the appropriate GMT offset. East Coast is -5 and West Coast is -8.

 

Troubleshooting

If you are experiencing trouble, double-check your settings as described above and be sure to verify that your password was entered correctly without any leading or trailing spaces. If you are still having problems with your phone configuration, please see our troubleshooting section for further help.

 

Blind Transfer

Blind Transfer on the Cisco SPA 504g.

When on a call, hit the right arrow on the round navigation wheel
You will see an option "btrxfer"
Input the number to transfer to and hit dial

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