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By WelshPaul
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The following will be a quick guide to manually setting up the Panasonic KX-UT1xx with VoiceHost. The steps shown here should also work (more or less) if you’re using another provider.
These instructions assume your phone has successfully booted and completed network configuration including obtaining valid IP addresses for itself, an IP gateway and DNS servers either via DCHP, manual or other means (refer to your phone's documentation) and that your phone is running with factory defaults.

Note: You will need your SIP credentials. The information you’re looking for should look a little something like this:

  • Register Server Address: sip.voicehost.co.uk
  • Proxy Server Address: sip.voicehost.co.uk
  • Authentication ID: <Extension Number> (in the format xxxxx*xxx)
  • Authentication Password: <Extension Password>
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Hit the ‘Setting’ button on your phone. Hit down on the navigation square to scroll through the menu options and select ‘Information Display’. Here you will see your phone status. Hit the down arrow on your navigation square again until you see your phone’s IP address. Jot this down.

Return to the main settings menu and enter ‘Network Settings’. You should see an option here labeled ‘Embedded web’. Select ‘Embedded web’ and toggle it on. Your phone should make a beep when this happens. You can now access the web admin portal to register your phone. Type your phone’s IP address into your web browser. You will be asked for a login and password. The default values are ‘admin’ and ‘adminpass’. Note that you can and probably should change these values.
kx-ut133_status.png
If all goes well, you should see an interface that looks something like this. Note that you can check your phone's version information, network status and VoIP status in the default view. For firmware upgrades, please refer to the manufacturer’s documentation.
To set up your lines, select 'VoIP' from the top navigation menu. Click on Line 1 under ‘SIP settings’ in the displayed sidebar nav.
If you are trying to configure multiple users or multiple line appearances, you can simply repeat these steps for the other lines.
Enter in your User details as follows:
  • Phone Number: <Extension Number> (in the format xxxxx*xxx)
  • Register Server Address: sip.voicehost.co.uk
  • Register Server Port: 5060
  • Proxy Server Address: sip.voicehost.co.uk
  • Proxy Server Port: 5060
  • Presence Server Port: 5060
  • Outbound Proxy Server Port: 5060
  • Source Port: 5060
  • Authentication ID: <Extension Number> (in the format xxxxx*xxx)
  • Authentication Password: <Extension Password>
Hit save. It should look something like this:
kx-ut133_sip_settings.png
If you want to enable / disable codecs or prioritize them for your line, click line 1 under ‘VoIP settings’ in your side nav. Once again, repeat this step as necessary if you are setting up multiple lines.
kx-ut133_codec.png
Next, select ‘Telephone’ from the top navigation menu. You should see your different lines under ‘Call Control’ in your sidebar nav. Click on line 1 and you can change your line display name, set your voicemail box number, enter your dial plan, and configure your call forwarding rules.
kx-ut133_call_control.png
You should also see the ‘flexible button settings’ menu item in your sidebar nav. This allows you to configure your 24 programmable feature/functionality keys. There are several options here: one touch dial, BLF (given your provider supports this feature), etc.
kx-ut133_call_fbs.png
IMPORTANT: Voicehost have been making some upgrades and changes to their service - I couldn't get my KX-UT133 to register today (20/11/2014) and the fix was simple, enter xxxxx*xxx@sip.voicehost.co.uk into the SIP URI field. (xxxxx*xxx being your Voicehost Username)
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