Configuration Guide for the Cisco SPA112 with AccessLine

Before you begin you will need to have active SIP Trunks from AccessLine. Connect the included RJ45 Ethernet cable to your broadband device router and plug in the included RJ11 analog phone cables and analog phones into the Line 1 and Line 2 ports on the SPA112. Then plug in the power supply to the SPA112. The device should power on and once it completes it cycle; it should display steady green lights on the LEDs.

 

Go to one of the analog phones and enter **** and select 110# to have the TUI (Telephone User

Interface) read the IP Address of the SPA112.  Go to your browser and enter the IP Address of

the SPA112 and you should see the embedded Phone Adapter Configuration Utility

webpage.

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Enter the username and password which at default is set to admin for both username and password and click the button labeled Log In.

You will see the following screen, which is the Quick Setup Screen. Yours will be blank as you have not entered any information for Lines 1 or 2. Proceed to the next step.

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Select the next tab titled Network Setup and you should see the screen shot below.

 

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Make sure that the Connection Type field is set to Automatic Configuration – DHCP.  Enter in the Host Name, for example you can use SPA112 as the Host Name. Enter the Domain Name. Also make sure that the DNS Server Order is set to DHCP Manual.

Enter your Primary DNS. Check with your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for DNS. Enter Secondary DNS. Click the SUBMIT button to save your settings.

Once your settings have been applied, select the Voice tab located at the top of the browser next to the Network Setup tab you previously selected. You should see the following screen.

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On the menu on the right select Line 1.

In Line 1: Scroll to the Section titled Proxy & Registration and in the General section at the top of the page select Line Enable: Yes

Scroll Down to the fourth Heading titled SIP Settings. In the field SIP Port: Enter 6061.

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                                             Example: SIP Settings > SIP Port 6061

 

Scroll Down to the Proxy and Registration heading.

  • Proxy: Enter usbc.accessline.com:6060
  • Outbound Proxy: Again enter usbc.accessline.com:6060

Scroll down to the Subscriber Information header and enter the following:

  • For the Display Name enter AccessLine.
  • User ID: Enter the Phone Number from AccessLine that you wish to associate to the phone line.]
  • Password: Enter the Password assigned from AccessLine for your SIP Trunks.
  • In the Use Authorization ID select Yes
  • Authorization ID: Enter SIP Trunk ID from AccessLine for SIP Trunks.
  • Resident Online Number: Enter the Phone Number from AccessLine.

Below is an example of the Proxy and Registration and Subscriber Information sections.

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Click the SUBMIT button when finished.

If a second line is needed:

In the Menu on the right, select the Line 2 menu option and repeat the same steps above for configuring Line 2.

In Line 2: Scroll to the Section titled Proxy & Registration and in the General section at the top of the page select Line Enable: Yes

Scroll Down to the Heading titled SIP Settings. In the field SIP Port: This time, enter 6062. Scroll Down to the Proxy and Registration heading.

  • Proxy: Enter usbc.accessline.com:6060
  • Outbound Proxy: Again enter usbc.accessline.com:6060

Scroll down to the Subscriber Information header and enter the following:

  • For the Display Name enter AccessLine.
  • User ID: Enter the Phone Number from AccessLine that you wish to associate to the phone line.
  • Password: Enter the Password assigned from AccessLine for your SIP Trunks.
  • In the Use Authorization ID select Yes
  • Authorization ID: Enter SIP Trunk ID from AccessLine for SIP Trunks.
  • Resident Online Number: Enter the Phone Number from AccessLine.
  • Be sure to click SUBMIT when done to save your setting

 

Below is an example of the Proxy and Registration and Subscriber Information section for configuring Line 2.

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Make test calls to verify if sip trunk working.

If connecting a fax device to the SPA112, you need go to the Audio Configuration header under the Line that you wish to have the fax machine connected to and change the preferred Audio Codec to G.711. Set the Secondary Preferred Codec to G.729.

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