Revolabs KX-NCP500 Amplified Phone user manual

Technical Note

FLX VoIP

Registering with Panasonic

KX-TDE100, KX-TDE200, KX-TDE600, KX-NCP500, KX-NCP1000

Date: April 6th, 2012

This technical note gives a detailed description on how to register a Revolabs FLX conference phone with a Panasonic IP PBX. In the management interface of the Panasonic IP PBX a SIP extension and user has to be created. Once that user is created, the FLX can be set up to register with the Panasonic IP PBX.

To perform the tasks described in this document, the user needs to have administrative rights on the

Panasonic PBX. While the steps in this document are not difficult, we recommend that a trained administrator should perform them.

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Configuring the Panasonic PBX for FLX Registration

If you do not have SIP enabled yet on your system, you need to add a virtual SIP card (SIPEXT32 Virtual

Card) to the PBX if you do not have one yet. This is done on the System Management Configuration

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Click on Activation Key, and add the license for the SIP stations.

Make sure that you restart the virtual IP cards after this step to activate the licenses. Please consult your Panasonic manuals for the exact procedure.

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Back on the Slot page, open the properties page of the SIPEXT32 card.

In Connection, take the port you want to use out of service (OUS). You can now assign a password

to the extension you want to use, in our case we assign password 469 to extension 469.

Click on Apply to apply the settings, then select INS for the Connection to put it back into service.

Please note that the Panasonic PBX does not support NAT traversal, therefore the FLX VoIP wireless conference phone needs to be on the same network as the PBX, or using a VPN connection into the

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Registering the FLX with the Panasonic PBX

You can use either the FLX handset or the FLX web UI to register the FLX with the Panasonic PBX. We are showing how to do it with the web interface.

1. IP address of the FLX. a. If you are using DHCP in your environment, the FLX automatically receives an IP address.

From the FLX handset, choose Menu and System Info (the symbol with the i) and select About System. The IP address (static or via DHCP) of your FLX is shown. b. If you are using static IP, on the FLX handset chose Setup (the wrench symbol),

Advanced Setup, enter the administrator password (default password is 7386), enter Network Settings. Change DHCP ON to DHCP OFF. Then enter IP

Settings. In this menu you can enter the IP address, Subnet Mask, and other relevant information. Once you have entered all information, select Return, and in the

Network Settings menu select Load Settings. This will restart your phone with the new network settings.

2. In a web browser of your choice, enter the IP address of the FLX phone. This will open the web interface for FLX. Enter the password (7386), and select Administrator in the right top of the

3. On the left side, select SIP Registration. The following screen will show:

4. Enter the registration info for the Panasonic PBX:

Registrar the IP address of your Panasonic PBX, in our example 10.1.1.1

ID User ID for the End User, most likely the extension number, in our example 469

Display Name this can be any friendly name for the user

Username enter the same User ID as above

Password the End Users password, in our example 469.

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5. Press Save. You will see the following screen.

6. On the left side select Restart, and click on the Restart button. Your FLX phone will restart. You can close the Web browser.

If registration is successful, the handset will show the user ID at the top of the home screen.

If there is a registration failure, the handset will show that the phone is not registered. Please verify that the user ID and password are the same as the ones specified when configuring the Panasonic PBX. Also, in the Panasonic Management UI verify that the device was correctly set up and associated with the