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yealink

I am looking for a setup doc for a yealink sip-t229 for IP dialing.  Can someone direct me please.  73. Mike, KF7QXT

N2MH
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Get the Yealink T29G user guide from Yealink support

Go to the Yealink support web page at

http://support.yealink.com/documentFront/forwardToDocumentDetailPage?documentId=15

and download the Yealink_SIP-T29G_User_Guide_V81_90.pdf

You will find your answer on page 122 or thereabouts.

When you have the phone working, please post your results so that they can be included in the table.

73, Mark

kc8rgo
I now have some Linksys SPA
I now have some Linksys SPA 942 phones.  These phones have POE  These comments are based on the SPA 942.  The SPA 941 may be different.
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HOW TO ACCESS THE SPA Phone WEB INTERFACE
 
Obtain the IP address of your phone either from the Mesh Node it is connected to or from the phone by pressing the SET UP key (the second button down to the right of the Number pad - looks like a page of paper with the corner turned back.)  Scroll down to the NETWORK page to see the IP address of your phone. Put the IP address in your browser - this will bring up part of the phones parameters.
 
Click on the Admin Login located in the upper right of the displayed page.  Also click on Advanced to gain access to all parameters for the phone.
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HOW TO USE THE PHONE's DIRECTORY
 
STEP 1 Log in to the web interface. I.E. Enter the IP address of your phone into your browser.
STEP 2 In the upper right corner of the page, click Personal Directory. A window appears with the Personal Directory listings for your phone. (see example below)
 
To enter a new item into the directory: 
 
STEP 1 select the line and enter the information in the following format: n=Marketing;p=10.200.100.300 
where “n=” followed by the name for the entry and “p=” followed by the IP address of the phone to be called). 
STEP 2 At the bottom of the page, click Submit Changes.  The phone will reboot.
 
EXAMPLE
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On your phone,  Button 2 under the screen (of the 4 horizontal) is DIR.  Press DIR and scroll down to select the person to be called.  Lift the receiver and the call will be made.
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ADD YOUR NAME to the phone SO THE PERSON YOU CALLED KNOWS IT IS U.
 
Under the EXT1 tab on the phone parameters screen in your browser, find Subscriber Information /Display Name.  Enter your name here.  It will be displayed on the phone of the person you call.
 
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PLACING A THREE WAY CONFERENCE CALL
 
Call someone, then to initiate a conference call: 
 
STEP 1 Press the Conf button during an active call. The first call is placed on hold, a second line is opened., and you hear a dial tone. 
 
STEP 2 Dial the second person’s telephone number using the DIR key and select the third party.  
 
STEP 3 After the party answers, press the Conf button again. All three parties are connected in the conference call. When you hang up, the other two parties are disconnected.  
 
KD1HA
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Cisco SPA503G and SPA504G

Cisco SPA503G  3 Lines 5VDC  with Web interface
Cisco SPA504G  4 Lines 5VDC  with Web interface

Denis KD1HA

KC5LIO
I managed to use one of the 4

I managed to use one of the 4 voice services in an Obihai 200 ATA  as a mesh phone.  So you can add it to the list.  An old Obi100 or 110 should also work very well and there are a few as surplus around since GV no longer works with them.

kd5vxh
Possible VOIP Phone

Looking through some 'stuff' in the garage earlier this week, I found a multi-line desk phone that appears to have at least two lines.  There is only one RJ45 connection on the phone base.  The details I found on the phone are:
Thomson Inc.
Model No.29585FE1-A
US:G9HTE10B29581-A
REN: 1.0B
It has markings that indicate it was marketed by GE.
It (the phone) has a tilting display and about four or five menu items that are user settable.  I am wondering, first, if this phone might be a model that could be adapted for VOIP use in a MESH operation, and second, what might be needed to change it over from a somewhat standard desk phone to a field type MESH VOIP model.
Thank you.
James Good kd5vxh
 

N2MH
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Not a Possible VoIP Phone

James,

I did a Google search on 29585FE1 and got back multiple hits. Several of them came back with the term "Corded Phone" which is another way of saying analog phone. Of the two hits I went to, none of them mentioned VoIP. It looks like a nice phone but it appears that the only way it will work on ip is with an Analog Telephone Adapter.

Mark

https://www.amazon.com/General-Electric-Corded-Speakerphone-29585FE1/dp/B001D6FO5Q
https://www.101phones.com/details/6058/ge-rca-29585fe1.html
 

kk6qms
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Polycom VVX-200 series- setup params?

Have a VVX-201 powered and connected to one of my hAP ports. It has an ip from the hAP. I also factory reset it.  How do I cfg the phone? Not sure what provisioning info should be etc.
Thx
Clifford

K6CCC
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Request a number from a PBX

Request a number from a PBX that makes sense for your area.  There are several in southern California.  I have one on the Ventura County PBX and a second from AI6BX in Redlands.  There is also one in Orange County KE6BXT, and one in Altadena that  know of.
Whoever you get numbers from will either provide you the config information or remotely do the config for you if you need the help.
 

kk6qms
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Thanks. This is getting very

Thanks. This is getting very far from what interests me in ham radio. I may just put the VoIP phone back in the closet.
:)

K6CCC
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IP dialing also works

I should have mentioned that if your IP phone allows dialing by IP, you can also direct dial to an IP address without a PBX connection.  You are welcome to test that by IP dialing my phone at:  10.4.158.45 - note that at least on my phone you actually use the * key in place of the periods, so it becomes:  10*4*158*45
 

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