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How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

(OP)
Hi All,

I am trying to add new IP phones to our office, I have configured IP phones with the LED display before. But we have purchased IP phones without the LED display.
I have read online and have stated that you need an app called IP Phone Manager to get the default IP address of the IP phone and then configure on PABX.
However I still unable to located and download this app. The app has to run on windows 7/8

If you can provide me a link to download this would be fantastic. Or if you know other ways to do this please share details.

regards
Vundun

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

(OP)
Hi belevedere,

Thanks for the steps.

I followed through and am getting this error message when entering DHCP Options in Tftpd64 settings.



What am I doing wrong?

regards
wilfred

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

I's love to help you out on this, but to me it looks like a WIN error. Have you tried searching the internet for that error?
Some notes from here might help...
http://reboot.pro/topic/19512-unnecessary-dhcp-con...

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

The dhcp server doesnt like 0.0.0.0 as a default gateway.

Take Care

Matt
I have always wished that my computer would be as easy to use as my telephone.
My wish has come true. I no longer know how to use my telephone.

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

(OP)
Hi All,

Thank you for tips on this matter.

With a lot of patient I was able to configure all my phones. I got past the DHCP issue by using 8.8.8.8 or u can disable DHCP.
Also you don't have to use an isolated POE switch, you can assign your laptop to the IP Phone range and use Tftpd64 which will set the desired IP address on the Phone. From there you just login to the browser and configure all the phones.

Another option without using the App Tftpd64 you can telnet into the port on the switch and use a IP Tracker to pick up the assigned IP address. It will usually go to the first IP address for instance 172.16.1

My issue now is the reset one of the phones, I have been given used IP phones to configure as well. Any thoughts?

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

Reset? If you are looking to perform a factory default on one of those 2 button phones, get the IP address, then log into the phone using a web browser. The default option is there.

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

(OP)
Hi Belevedere,

Thank you. That will work if you know the IP address.

If you don't see below steps to reset to factory default on DT700 ITL-2E 2 button IP Phone (without Display Screen).

1. Press Hold button
2. Press Transfer button
3. Press **331#, this will make the line keys light green
4. Press the first line key two times. This will make the call indictor light red.
5. Once this is done your phone should be reset to factory default.

regards
Vundun

RE: How to configure NEC DT700 ITL2E (2 Button-without LED display) IP phones to PABX

Thanks for that tip.

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