Vertical Phone Anyphone BYOP


These phones are rather basic and are not capable of additional features such as BLF (Busy Lamp Field), Call Park monitoring, Call Park speed dial keys, or additional line keys.

When these phones were originally released, they were usually configured to work with an XIP (Xcelerator IP Base) unit that would provide these phones with additional features and line key options. However the XIP and these phones have long since been marked as EoL (End of Life) by the manufacturer and thus, this these phones have limited capabilities on their own.


Before you begin the configuration of the phone, you will need to locate the SIP credentials and server information, this can be done by logging into your telco service provider control portal and navigating to the Devices tab.

Once in the Devices tab, you can use the search box to locate the device by name, click on the device name and then click on “Get Credentials.”

SIP Credentials


Configuration of these phones are rather simple.

The default login information is: admin/1234 or admin/22222


To locate the Vertical phone on the network, you can either use a network scanner, the DHCP table of the Firewall or Router, and from the phone itself via the following.

  • Config soft-key > press the down arrow until you see “Info” and press the center check mark key > use the down arrow again until you see a line that says “IP Address.”


Upon successful login, navigate to the SIP tab and fill in the following fields.


  • SIP Proxy Server: HPBX server FQDN
  • Server port: 5060
  • Outbound Proxy Server: HPBX server FQDN
  • Registrar Server: HPBX server FQDN
  • Registrar Outbound Server: HPBX server FQDN
  • Registrar Server Port: 5060
  • User Name: SIP Authentication ID
  • Phone Number: Primary DiD assigned to the user
  • Authorized ID: SIP Authentication ID
  • Authorized Password: SIP Password
  • SIP Domain: HPBX server FQDN
  • Place a check mark in the following 4 boxes.
    • Enable Caller ID
    • Locating SIP Server
    • End dial on #
    • Subscribe MWI
  • Voice Mail Server: HPBX server FQDN
  • MSG Number: User extension


RTP Port 1 and RTP Port 2 > Since this phone does not have the ability to select a range, it is suggested that two ports be selected from the upper portion of the available RTP port range, however the number of phones currently on the customer’s account must also be considered. A good example would be to use ports 55001 and 55020

For the codec settings, G.729 is set by default as the First codec offered. Ensure that G.711 u-law is set to second and all other codecs are set to none.



From the System tab, adjust the following options.


  • Time Zone: set this to the location that best represents where the customer is located.
  • Xcelerator IP Flag: un-check
  • Xcelerator IP Key 1 – 4 types: Set to None.
  • Click “Save Settings”

System Tab