3Com NBX 100 Telephone set IP programming guide.

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3Com NBX 100 Telephone set IP programming guide.


Note: Make sure the telephone set has been initially attached to

any NBX100 system with R1.1.1 or later
version of software installed. This is to insure that the telephone has the correct IP enabled software
downloaded from the NBX100 system. Also make sure that the remote chassis that you are planning to
communicate

with has an IP license installed. “ IP on
-
the
-
fly license “ or “Standard IP license“.


Note: If the telephone set you are attempting to IP program is already attached to a NBX100 system please
detach it from the system at this time and cycle power by rem
oving power from the telephone set and
reapplying power to the telephone set.


Insure that there is an available IP address for this telephone set, also be certain that there is enough
bandwidth to place this phone over a DSL, Cable Modem, Frame Relay, etc
… Minimum bandwidth 56k,
64k preferred.


DHCP environments: NBX 100 telephone sets are DHCP clients and there is no need to program IP in such
settings, however the NCP (Network Call Processor)’s MAC and IP still needs to be programmed in the
telephone se
t.


Firewall issues: Firewalls do not allow NBX telephone sets to find the NCP remotely. The Firewall needs
to be configured to allow telephones sets to enter the corporate network.


Step by Step:




Press the PROGRAM key



The first lower right corner butto
n with LED ( light emitting diode ) sets the IP address



For example: 192.168.1.120, use the key pad to enter the IP address as follows:



192 168 001 120 then press the # pound key this is to accept the IP address



If you make a mistake while entering IP inf
ormation use the oval keys under the LCD (liquid
crystal display). The outer keys will move the cursor left and right, ignore the middle oval
key under the LCD display.



NOW press the Program key twice until the LCD displays the programming menu




To Set t
he Subnet Mask: Press the 2
nd

button from the lower right corner of the telephone set



Enter Subnet mask and press the # pound key to accept



For example: 255.255.255.0, #



NOW press the Program key twice until the LCD displays the programming menu




To set

Gateway: Press the 3
rd

button from the lower right corner of the telephone set



Enter Gateway address and press the # pound key



For example: 192.168.1.1, press 192 168 001 001 and then the # pound sign



NOW press the Program key twice until the LCD display
s the programming menu




To set the NCP ( Network Call Processor ) IP, press the 4
th

button from the right lower corner of the
telephone set



NCP IP is an IP that is accessible either through the WAN or the Public Internet



For Example: 24.1.179.70, enter:
024 001 179 070 and then the pound sign #



NOW press the Program key twice until the LCD displays the programming menu




The default MAC address should be set to ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff this forces the telephone set to automatically
obtain the MAC address of th
e NCP. Otherwise proceed with the following steps to manually program
the NCP MAC address in to the telephone set.







To set MAC ( Media Access Control) Hardware address



The NBX telephone set needs to know the MAC address of the chassis you are trying
to attach
to



Obtain the NCP MAC address



Make sure you that the phone is in programming mode, next press the oval key under the
PROGRAM key



Start entering the MAC address:



For example: 00:e0:bb:00:1c:80 <<<<
every chassis has a unique MAC address



To en
ter Alphabet in the telephone set use, the oval keys under the PROGRAM key, there are
6 oval keys under the PROGRAM key, form top to bottom are the letters A


F, ABCDEF



Press the # pound key to accept the MAC address



NOW press the Program key once and wai
t for the phone to reboot itself, wait until the
telephone set has been auto discovered by the remote NBX100 system. A new extension
number will appear on the display, which is an indication of your successful Voice over IP
implementation.