Step1: Advanced Settings

Usually these ATAs are set in router mode so you should be able to get into them easily.

1. To access the interface go here: http://192.168.2.1 voip1.jpg
2. Next you need to type in “admin” and press enter . The Advanced Settings will open up. voip2.jpg
3. Notice the “SIP Server” , “SIP User ID” and “Authenticate Password” all have entries.

  • SIP Server: Always enter voip.vif.com
  • SIP User ID: Given by the ISP and its mostly in the client's account
  • Authenticate Password: is also given by the ISP and in the client's account also.

4. These are info the client needs if ever the Grandstream HT-486 has been reset. Next we scroll down to “Register Expiration”
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5. Always have “Register Expiration” set to 60 Seconds. Now we scroll down to “Enable Call Features” and “Send DTMF”
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  • “Enable Call Features”: must be set to Yes
  • Send DTMF: must be set to via RTP (RFC2833) (normally its put on in-audio which you must remove or else the voice mail box will not work.)

6. Now we head to Reply to ICMP on WAN port and WAN Side HTTP Access
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  • Reply to ICMP on WAN port: Set to YES
  • WAN Side HTTP Access: Set to YES

7. Now go all the way to the bottom and click Update.
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8. Then you will get this page
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9. Before Rebooting we move onto the basic settings.

 
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