Sipura SPA and Linksys PAP2
Start by plugging it into your
Router and use
a standard telephone jack (RJ11) to connect a phone to Line 1. Each phone jack operates independently,
so a second phone can be added to the Line 2 jack.
You must first determine what IP address was assigned to it by your
router. Pick up the phone attached to the Line 1 jack. You may, or may
not have a dial-tone.
Dial: **** (four asterisks)
Dial: 110 #
A voice response will say the IP address of your device (e.g.
192.168.xxx.xxx). Write it down for use below.
Go to the browser on your computer (on the same network) and enter
Click on the "Admin Login" button near the top right side of the
screen (the Admin default password is
<admin>), then click on the "Line 1" tab.
Proxy: Enter: sip.hostedvoiptelecom.com
Display Name: Enter your full name, this will show up
as part of your caller ID
User ID: Enter the phone number assigned when you
signed up for Binary Telecom service. It should be 11 digits, with a 1
in front, and no punctuation.
Password: Enter the password assigned when you signed
up for service.
Repeat these steps for Line 2 if needed.
Step 6 Default settings on PAP2 and Sipura
ATAs often need a change of settings from those which are set by the
factory. If the phone could go for long periods without calls, the
router may take back the IP address. If you set the NAT Mapping and NAT
Keep-alive, it will send a signal to the router to keep the same IP
address. Be sure to set bith lines, if you are using both.Use the
settings shown here:
Click on the "Save Settings " button at the bottom of the form.
You are ready to make calls.
Should you need to reset the Linksys to its factory
settings, please do the following, then start again with Step 1 above:
Confirm that the power is plugged into the adapter and delivering
Pick up the phone and dial * * * * 7 3 7
3 8 #, then press 1 if asked to
Hang up the phone.
Be prepared to write down an IP address
Pick up phone again and dial * * * * 1 1
0 # to get the current DHCP provided IP address of the
adapter on your network.