Panasonic Boot Server

Supported phone models include the Panasonic KX-UT113, KX-UT123, KX-UT133, KX-UT136, KX-UT248-B, KX-UT670, KX-UTG200B, KX-UTG300B, KX-TGP500, KX-TGP550, KX-HDV130/230 and the KX-TGP600. 

For pairing (registering handsets to base) KX-TGP600 see page 85 of Panasonic Operating Instructions startup guide.

Minimum Firmware

The supported minimum firmware is 12.35 for the TGP 500/550. You can check firmware on the using "Menu" -> "Initial settings" -> "Software Version". If not, please see the Panasonic WWW site for firmware updates. 

Step 1. Add Phone to Resources

Log into your OnSIP Admin Portal

If this is a new phone, add the phone to the OnSIP Admin portal under the "Resources" Tab.  You can locate your phone's MAC address, which is printed on a sticker, underneath the phone.  Enter the MAC Address into the OnSIP Admin Portal and assign your phone a User.  For details on how to add MAC Address and assign phone to a User, click here.

Step 2. Reset to Defaults

Please see the Panasonic Reset to Defaults article.

Click here for video on Panasonic TGP600 Setup.

Step 3. Enable Embedded Web

Enable the WWW interface on the phone to make changes. Press "[MENU]" and then [#][5][3][4]. Next use the up/down arrows select "On" for "Embedded web" and then "[SAVE]". (Alternately you can choose "Menu" -> "IP service" -> "Network Setting" -> "Embedded web". Next use the up/down arrows select "On" and hit the "Menu" key one last time to "[SAVE]".

For the UT248-B - "Settings" -> "Network" -> "Embedded Web" -> "On"

For the UT-670 - "Home" -> "Menu" -> "Settings" -> "Network" -> "Embedded Web" -> "On"

For TGP-600 - "Menu" -> "Setting Handsets" -> "Other Option" -> "Embedded Web" -> "On"

Step 4. Determine IP Address of phone

To get the IP address of your phone select "Menu" -> "IP service" -> "Network Setting" -> "IP Settings".

For the UT-248 press "Settings" or "Setup", using up/down arrow keys select "information display" and then press "enter". Using up/down arrow keys again select "IP Address". When done select "cancel".

For the UT-670 - Home/Menu/Notifications/Phone Status - Note the IP address of the phone, e.g.

For the UT-133B - Settings or Setup (softkey), Using up/down arrow keys select "information display" then "enter", Using up/down arrow keys select "IP Address", "Cancel" when done.

For the TGP-600 - "Menu" -> "System Settings" -> "Status" -> "ipv4 Settings" -> "IP Address" 

Step 5. Log into WWW interface of phone

Enter https:// followed by the IP address obtained in step #4 into your web browser.

When prompted, log into phone with:

username: admin
password: adminpass 

Choose "Maintenance"
On the left select "Provisioning Maintenance"
Then in "Standard File" URL enter (EXACTLY- case sensitive):{MAC}.cfg

"Restart Phone" (option on left of screen)

The TGP and UT1XX phones should just register but the UT670 (android phone) will require you to then select restart and then restart the phone.

For the KX-UTG200B, KX-UTG300B and TGP-600 enter:

TheKX-UTG200B, KX-UTG300B and TGP-600 phones will also just register after you select "save", but will perform a second download; this is normal. See image below:

Provisioning maintenance

For Existing Phones

If the phone is already configured for the OnSIP Boot Server, find the phone under "Resources" by MAC address and simply change the user for the phone and the reboot the phone. Older models KX-UT113, KX-UT123, KX-UT133, KX-UT136, KX-UT248-B, KX-UT670, KX-UTG200B, KX-UTG300B, KX-TGP500, KX-TGP550, may need to be factory reset to properly provision changes.  

Revised March 2017


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