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How to configure Siemens Gigaset C460IP or C450IP

The C460IP is the UK build of the C450IP phone. The phone management screen will describe the phone as a C450IP on both devices, and the configuration should be identical.
  • 1) Power up and connect the phone to the LAN as described in the phone manual.
  • 2) If you are using static IP addresses, follow the phone instructions on setting the address, otherwise, use the phone handset to determine the DHCP allocated IP address The IP address can be found on the phone menu under Menu -> Settings -> Base -> VoIP Configuration -> IP Configuration -> IP address
  • 3) Connect to the phone IP address from a PC web browser. Initially it is only possible to connect to the phone from the LAN it is connected to. The default pin number is 0000.
  • 4) On the "Status" screen, the MAC address of the device can be found. This can be used to manually create a phone of type "Unknown/Other" on the PABX web interface (System -> Phone Hardware menu.) Once the phone is created, use the "Show" spyglass option to discover the SIP Login and Password.
  • 5) Back on the Gigaset phone menu, on the Settings -> Telephony -> VoIP menu, complete the following fields:
            * Authentication Name: (sip username)
            * Authentication Password: (sip password)
            * Username: (sip username)
            * Domain: fonosip.com
            * Display Name: Name of the extension
            * Proxy Server Address: fonosip.com
            * Registrar Server: fonosip.com
    
    Click the "Set" button at the bottom of the screen to save these settings. Note: DTMF tones (navigating phone menus etc) may not work reliably with the default settings. To fix this, go to the Telephony -> DTMF menu of the Dect device web interface, and select: * RTP Mode - no DTMF via RTP * Via SIP Info - Yes

    How to configure Siemens Gigaset S450IP / S685IP

    The S450IP is a significantly updated version of the Siemens C450IP and C460IP device. The S685IP is an updated version of the Siemens S450IP, adding some bluetooth support (untested) and an answering machine, which will generally need to be disabled.
  • 1. Power up and connect the basestation to the LAN as described in the phone manual. It is optional, but worth also bonding the handsets at this point (full detail in the supplied manual)
  • 2. If you are using static IP addresses, follow the phone instructions on setting the address, otherwise, use the phone handset or DHCP server to determine the DHCP allocated IP address From a handset that is registered with the appropriate base, the IP address can be found on the phone menu under Menu -> Settings -> Base -> Local Network
  • 3. Connect to the basestation IP address from a PC web browser. Initially it is only possible to connect to the basestation from the LAN it is connected to. The default pin number is 0000.
  • 4. On the "Status" screen, the MAC address of the device can be found. This can be used to manually create a phone of type "Unknown/Other" on the PABX web interface (System -> Phone Hardware menu.) Once the phone is created, use the "Show" spyglass option to discover the SIP Login and Password. Up to 6 registrations can be created for a single S450IP basestation. On older systems this requires 6 separate phone devices to be created. On newer systems Selecting a phone type of "Gigaset S450IP" will automatically create 6 registrations. Each base-station will also support up to 6 DECT handsets. Details of bonding or un-bonding the handests is covered in the supplied manual. A handset may be bonded to several basestations, but roaming while a call is in progress is not possible using this technique.
  • 5. Before continuing, ensure that the latest phone firmware is installed on the basestation. Simply chose the upgrade option using Settings -> Misc -> Update Firmware on the S450IP web interface. This takes a couple of minutes to complete.
  • 6. On the Gigaset Web screen, select the Telephone -> Connections menu. For each SIP registration you created above, ensure that a VoIP provider entry is enabled. Disable the Gigaset.net VoIP entry. Edit each of the activated VoIP entries in turn, and set the following values:
                  * Name: fonosip
                  * Authentication Name: (sip username)
                  * Authentication Password: (sip password)
                  * Username: (sip username)
                  * Display Name: Name of the extension
                  * CLICK "Show Advanced"
                  * Domain: fonosip.com
                  * Proxy Server Address: fonosip.com
                  * Registrar Server: fonosip.com
    
    Click the "Set" button at the bottom of the screen to save these settings.
  • 7. On the Telephony -> Audio menu, select "Own Codec Preference" and then remove all except "G729 G711 a law" from the left column, so that all other codecs are disabled.
  • 8. On the Telephony -> Number Assignment menu of the Gigaset, it is possible to select which registrations will ring which handsets, and which registration each handset will use when making an outbound call. Be sure to un-tick fixed-line and Gigaset.net checkboxes.
  • 9. On the Telephony -> Advanced menu of the Gigaset, the "DTMF over VoIP" setting should be set to RFC2833 ONLY, the other settings should be un-ticked.
  • 10. On the Miscellaneous menu of the Gigaset, set the Country to be used for time updates to "United Kingdon". You may also update the time server from "europe.pool.ntp.org" to point at the PABX, but either setting will work equally well.
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