Handset Provisioning and Configuring

  • Configuring an IP phone to our Business VoIP Service

    We support two mechanisms of connecting to our service, Registration and secondly SIP Peering. If connecting via Registration your handset or phone system requires a UserName (the phone number) and Password to authenticate to our network. Account Password: You can if you choose re-use your accou...
  • Polycom VVX – Auto Provisioning your phone

    Our “Device Provisioning” platform enables you to provision any Polycom phone from the VVX family. If you have purchased a handset with our provisioning URI installed go to Step 4 below. Step 1: The VVX family phones Web UI Log into the phones Web browser to apply our provisioning URI Select th...
  • Polycom VVX – Configuration

    Our Auto Provisioning not only quarters the time it takes to configure supported handsets, but just as importantly we’ve optimised the templates for our network. You should only need to manually configure IP SoundPoints with firmware versions older than version 3.3. Device Provisioning The “Dev...
  • Yealink – Configuring your phone

    Yealink’s zero-touch provisioning enables customers and their VoIP service providers to automatically provision a handset. All you need to do is gather the handsets MAC address, from the underside of the handset (or box) or finally from the phone itself using its web UI. Web UI Phones web UI:...
  • Yealink Dect Handsets W52 & W56

    Device Provisioning We treat the Yealink base station like any handset with multiple lines so there’s nothing special about configuring this family of phones using our Device Provisioning service. MAC Addresses: If you’ve purchased your phone through another reseller you will need to tell us th...