Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Introduction This guide is applicable to CISCO IP 7940, IP7960, SPA 501G, 502G, 504G, 508G, 509G, 514G, 512G, 525G2. Please Note: This guide has been tested with firmware version 7.4.6. Be aware that different firmware versions may have different web interface formats and functionality.
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides R egister Cisco IP Phone with MyPBX Manually 1. Start up the phone and identify its IP Address – using the menu key on the phone, go to the "Network" option and press the "Select" button. For this example we will assume the IP Address of the phone is 192.168.5.126, and...
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Set the "Display Name" field to the name you want to appear on the Phone display Set the "User ID" field to the extension number you want to associate with this phone Set the "Password" field to the extension's Authentication Password ...
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Figure 2-2 5. Go to the “SIP” tab 6. Go to the “NAT Support Parameters” section 7. Set the “Handle VIA rport” field to “yes” 8. Set the “Insert VIA rport” field to “yes” 9. Set the “STUN Enable” field to “yes”...
Cisco Call Manager. 2. Plug phone into the network Plug your Cisco 7960/7940 IP phone into your LAN. (The Phone must be on the same LAN as that of MyPBX IP PBX). 3. Approve phone and Assign an Extension To do provisioning with Cisco 7960/7940 IP phones, you need to set MyPBX working as the only DHCP server any more.
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Step1. Disable DHCP Server on your local network. E.g. Disable DHCP Server on Linksys Router. Figure 3-1 8/12...
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Step2. Enable DHCP Server on MyPBX. Login MyPBX web interface, go to System Network Preferences DHCP Server, enable DHCP server. Figure 3-2 Step3. Configure phones on MyPBX Auto-Provision page. Login MyPBX web interface, go to PBX Extensions Phone Provisioning click Add Phone.
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides 2) Fill in the phone detail message on the pop-up window. Input IP Phone’s MAC address, configure Name, Call waiting, Line, Extension, Label, Line active for the phone. Figure 3-4 Save it and apply the changes on web.
Cisco IP Phone Configuration Guides Step4. Save the settings and reboot the IP phone. After you save the changes, system will prompt you to save the changes and reboot to save changes without rebooting. Click OK to reboot the IP phone and provisioning the phone.