XIII. IPPBX

VigorBX 2000 - How to use a VTech IP Phone with the IPPBX

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The DrayTek VigorBX 2000 is a SIP compliant IP PBX system with up to 50 Extensions and any SIP Compliant IP phone or soft-phone can be registered with the PBX system once an extension profile has been configured on the PBX system.

The VTech handsets have been tested with the VigorBX 2000 and have been found to work well once configured. The information in each tab covers the configuration changes required for a VTech handset to work well with the PBX system.

To configure a VTech handset, access the web interface of the phone. To find the IP address of the handset, press the Menu button and select Status then Network.


It is recommended to update to the most current VTech firmware available on the VTech UK SIP Phones Download Page


Registration

Create an Extension profile on the VigorBX 2000 by going to the [IP PBX] > [Extensions] menu, then click on the first available Index number to configure the Extension Profile:

When configuring the VTech handset, go to the [System] settings, select [SIP Account Management] > [Account 1] and configure these options:

Enable Account Ticked
Account Label The internal name of the account on the handset
Display Name The name displayed on the handset's display, this can be different from the Display Name setting on the PBX's Extension Profile
User Identifier This is the Extension Number configured on the PBX System's Extension Profile
Authentication Name This is the Extension Number configured on the PBX System's Extension Profile
Authentication Password This is the Password configured in the PBX system's Extension Profile
DTMF Method RTP Event
SIP Server - Server Address Set this to the IP address of the PBX system
SIP Server - Port The SIP port configured on the PBX system
Registration - Server Address Set this to the IP address of the PBX system
Registration - Port The SIP port configured on the PBX system
Registration - Expiration (secs) 3600

Click Save to save and apply the changes.

Once the phone has applied the setting changes, it should be able to register with the PBX system which will allow the IP Phone to make and receive calls.


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