The Panasonic KX-HDV130 IP desk phone delivers the same balance of low cost/high quality, alongside a range of value-adding features that are robust for an entry-level device. If you demand budget-friendly technology that still provides the reliable, flexible performance their businesses require, the KX-HDV130 makes professional-grade communications more accessible than ever.
Note: This guide was created using images of the KX-HDV130, but this guide can be used to configure the KX-HDV230 and the KX-HDV330.
Instructions for setting up and configuring the Panasonic KX-HDV130C
In this activity you will:
Ensure that your Telnyx Mission Command Portal is configured properly
OPTIONAL/RECOMMENDED: Enable TLS to encrypt your traffic
Setting up your Telnyx SIP portal account so you can make and receive calls:
Note: Video walkthrough for Positron IP304 phone/Telnyx configuration coming soon. Check back as we update our docs.
1. Get your device's IP address and log into the phone's web portal
In this step, you'll obtain the IP address from your IP304, which you'll need to log into the web portal in the next step.
From your phone, click on the Basic Settings menu and navigate to Other Options.
Select: Embedded Web and select On.
After that go to System Settings >> Status >> IPv4 Settings >> IP Address. You will find your IP address here. Record this. You'll need it soon.
From a computer on the same network as your phone, open a web browser and enter the IP address you obtained in the previous steps into the browser's address bar. Prepend it with http://
You'll need to log in. If you have not changed your default login credentials, or if it's your first time logging in, use the following credentials:
2. Configure your SIP profile
In this step, you will set up your device and register it with Telnyx.
Once logged into the web portal, click on the VoIP tab at the top of the screen.
In the left-hand menu, under the SIP Settings link, click Line 1 and enter the following information in the Basic section:
Phone Number: Your Telnyx SIP main account or sub-account
Registrar Server Address: sip.telnyx.com
Registrar Server Port: If you are using UDP transport, use port 5060. If you are using TLS transport, use port 5061.
Proxy Server Address: sip.telnyx.com
Proxy Server Port: If you are using UDP transport, use port 5060. If you are using TLS transport, use port 5061.
Presence Server Address: sip.telnyx.com
Presence Server Port: UIf you are using UDP transport, use port 5060. If you are using TLS transport, use port 5061.
Outbound Proxy Server Address: sip.telnyx.com
Outbound Proxy Server Port: If you are using UDP transport, use port 5060. If you are using TLS transport, use port 5061.
Service Domain: sip.telnyx.com
Authentication ID: Your Telnyx SIP main account or sub-account
Authentication Password: Your Telnyx SIP main account or sub-account password
Enter the following information in the Advanced section:
REGISTER Expires Timer: 300
Transport Protocol: By default, UDP is selected. If you enabled TLS and your account is configured to use SRTP encryption as part of your pre-requisite activities then you should choose TLS.
TLS Mode: By default, SIPS is selected. If you enabled TLS and your account is configured to use SRTP encryption as part of your pre-requisite activities then you should choose SIP-TLS.
IF you are using TLS encryption, you'll need to configure your VoIP settings. If not, go to step 5.
From the left-hand menu, click Line 1 under VoIP Settings. Find the Advanced section on this page and change the following setting:
SRTP Mode: SRTP
This screenshot shows a TLS configuration.
3. Configure audio codecs
In this section, you'll configure the audio codecs that will be used for voice calling.
lick on the VoIP tab at the top of the screen.
In the left-hand menu, under the VoIP Settings link, click Line 1 and enter the following information in the Basic section:
Select the Yes radio button next to any codec you want to enable. Telnyx supports the following:
Select the No radio button next to any codecs that are not in the previous list.
Note: You can check to make sure your SIP account is properly registered by clicking on the Status tab at the top of the screen, then VoIP Status in the left-hand menu.
That's it! You've finished configuring your Panasonic KX-HDV130C's SIP profile, and can now start testing calls!
Review our getting started with guide to make sure your Telnyx Mission Control Portal account is setup correctly!
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