VoIP hardware is developing fast - this is where you ask all those “how do I make my SIP Telephone, Adapter or Asterisk box work with my voip provider?” questions.
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By nisouc
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I WANT to love the Snom 300, but my first impressions are not great.... it wouldn't work on a real IP address outside of our network. (It took Support a little while to admit defeat on this point - they updated the firmware to the most recent).

I got it working sitting behind of firewall - but the volume of the handset won't save, and the volume control buttons don't work properly. So everytime we answer a call currently with the Snom 300, we can't hear the person on the other end!

Took the query to Snom Support.... and I'm awaiting an answer!

Our first phone was a Grandstream 2000, but is actually quite good. Seems to un-register too frequently though!
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By WelshPaul
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Hi and welcome to the forums, turn your phone upside down and double check that you have plugged the handset lead into the correct socket as per the image below:
Snom 300 Rear
Snom 300 Rear
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I suspect you may have it connected to the headset socket.

There is an update to this tool to fix a couple of bugs…

Its back again at same price about $74 plus local Taxes…

The GRANDSTREAM HANDYTONE 801 is just an analogue telep…

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