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Manual Configuration - Cisco

PAP2 and SPA112

If your phone was purchased from VoIPstudio, it has been already pre configured and there is no need to provision it. Please refer to Phone edit section to assign extensions. If your phone was not purchased from VoIPstudio, please perform a Factory Reset described in Factory Reset section above and Firmware upgrade.

You can obtain your phone IP by following the steps described in Find phone IP section above.

Cisco PAP2

Cisco PAP2 configuration

Figure 9.1 Cisco PAP2 configuration

To configure Cisco PAP2 adapter to work with VoIPstudio service login into web interface of the device and follow steps below:

  1. Click Admin link at the top.
  2. Select Line 1 tab.
  3. Enter your SIP domain into field (3).
  4. Enter your SIP username into field (4).
  5. Enter your SIP password into field (5).
  6. Click Save Settings.

After a short while Cisco PAP2 adapter will connect to VoIPstudio servers and you will be able to start making and receiving calls.

SPA112

Cisco SPA112 configuration

Figure 9.2 Cisco SPA112 configuration
  1. Enter your SIP domain into field (1).
  2. Enter Display name of Choice.
  3. Enter your SIP username into field (3).
  4. Enter your SIP password into field (4).
  5. Enter following Dial-plan is not default: (x.|#x.|#xxx|x.*x.|**)
  6. Click Save Settings.

NOTE: Line 2 Can be set up the same way for a second extension.

SPAXXX

If your phone was purchased from VoIPstudio, it has been already pre configured and there is no need to provision it. Please refer to Phone edit section to assign extensions. If your phone was not purchased from VoIPstudio, please perform a Factory Reset described in Factory Reset section above and Firmware upgrade.

You can obtain your phone IP by following the steps described in Find phone IP section above.

Cisco SPA525G configuration

Figure 9.3 Cisco SPA525G configuration

To configure Cisco SPA525G phone to work with VoIPstudio service login into web interface of the device and follow steps below:

  1. Click Admin link at the top.
  2. Select Ext 1 tab.
  3. Enter your SIP domain into field (3).
  4. Enter your SIP username into field (4).
  5. Enter your SIP password into field (5).
  6. Click Submit All Changes.

After a short while Cisco SPA525G phone will connect to VoIPstudio servers and you will be able to start making and receiving calls.

Dial Plan

Cisco SPA525G Dialplan

Figure 9.4 Cisco SPA525G Dialplan
  1. Select Extension to apply dial plan.
  2. Select both Administrator Login and Advanced.
  3. Paste the following into Dial Plan field: (x.|#x.|#xxx*|*x.*x.|**)
  4. Click Submit all changes to save new dial plan.

BLF (Busy Lamp Field)

Busy Lamp Field on the Cisco monitors other extension and the current status for example when the extension is on a call.

The LED lights will change colour and state depending on the current status of the Phone as follows:

  • Green = Available
  • Flashing Red: Ringing
  • Red = On Call
  • Amber Solid = Failed to subscribe, possibly an error in the syntax
  • Amber flashing slow = No Response to the SIP Subscribe, most likely cause is the Phone or extension is off-line.

Cisco SPA525G BLF

Figure 9.5 Cisco SPA525G BLF
  1. Line 1 is the main extension used for making and receiving calls, do not modify.
  2. Leave extension Disabled.
  3. Enter syntax as follows: fnc=blf+sd;sub=123456@__SIP_DOMAIN__:5566;usr=123456; (replace __SIP_DOMAIN__ with your actual SIP Domain)
    • fnc = function
    • blf = Busy Lamp Field
    • sd = Speed Dial
    • 123456 = User/extension that will be monitored
  4. Enter any identifying name or in this example the extension number.
  5. Click Submit to save changes.

CP-88XX and CP78XX

Note: Before attempting to configure Cisco CP-88XX or CP-78XX with VoIPstudio service please follow steps below "Verify CP-88XX and CP-78XX compatibility" to make sure it is the 3PCC firmware model. Otherwise, it won't work with our system.

If your phone was purchased from VoIPstudio, it has been already pre configured and there is no need to provision it. Please refer to Phone edit section to assign extensions. If your phone was not purchased from VoIPstudio, please perform a Factory Reset described in Factory Reset section above and Firmware upgrade.

You can obtain your phone IP by following the steps described in Find phone IP section above.

Cisco CP-88XX and CP-78XXX configuration

Figure 9.6 Cisco CP-88XX and CP-78XXX configuration

To configure Cisco CP-78XX or CP-88XX phone to work with VoIPstudio service login into web interface of the device and follow steps below:

  1. Click Advanced link at the top.
  2. Click Admin link at the top.
  3. Select Ext 1 tab.
  4. Enter your SIP domain into field (4).
  5. Enter your SIP username into field (5).
  6. Enter your SIP password into field (6).
  7. Paste the following into Dial Plan field: (x.|#x.|#xxx*|*x.*x.|**)
  8. Click Submit All Changes.

After a short while Cisco phone will connect to VoIPstudio servers and you will be able to start making and receiving calls.

BLF (Busy Lamp Field)

Busy Lamp Field on the Cisco monitors other extension and the current status for example when the extension is on a call.

The LED lights will change colour and state depending on the current status of the Phone as follows:

  • Green = Available
  • Flashing Red: Ringing
  • Red = On Call
  • Amber Solid = Failed to subscribe, possibly an error in the syntax
  • Amber flashing slow = No Response to the SIP Subscribe, most likely cause is the Phone or extension is off-line.

Cisco CP BLF

Figure 9.7 Cisco CP BLF
  1. Click Advanced link at the top.
  2. Click Admin link at the top.
  3. Click 'Voice' tab.
  4. Select Phone tab. . Line 1 is the main extension used for making and receiving calls, do not modify.
  5. Leave extension Disabled.
  6. Enter any identifying name or in this example the extension number.
  7. Enter syntax as follows: fnc=blf+sd;sub=123456@__SIP_DOMAIN__:5566;usr=123456; (replace __SIP_DOMAIN__ with your actual SIP Domain)
    • fnc = function
    • blf = Busy Lamp Field
    • sd = Speed Dial
    • 123456 = User/extension that will be monitored
  8. Paste the following into Dial Plan field: (x.|#x.|#xxx*|*x.*x.|**) then please Click Submit to save changes.

Verify CP-88XX and CP-78XX compatibility

Cisco CP-XXXX firmware

Figure 9.8 Cisco CP-XXXX firmware

To discover your CP-78XX or CP-88XX phone firmware type in order to verify if it is compatible with VoIPstudio service please follow steps below:

  1. Press Settings button on the phone, marked as 1
  2. Scroll down to Status.
  3. Press select to enter into the status submenu.
  4. Press select to see Product information.
  5. Verify that product name has the 3PCC tag.

This indicates that it is the multiplatform firmware called: Third-Party Call Control Release (3PCC)

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