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Configure the PLANET VIP-156 ATA

You can find you SIP registration details under the VoIP section of your Localphone Dashboard.

The PLANET VIP-156 is an ATA which lets you use your traditional analogue telephone with Localphone’s VoIP services. This guide describes how to configure the device to work with your Localphone account.

Connect and Log in to Your PLANET VIP-156

Follow the instructions that came with your PLANET VIP-156 to connect and log in to the device’s configuration console. The default username is “root” with no password, though these values may have been changed during installation.

Enter Your Localphone Account Details

Choose “SIP Settings” from the left-hand navigation, followed by the “Service Domain” option. On the new page enter the following details to configure your Localphone account, leaving any others blank or as their default value:

Setting: Value
Display Name: [Full Name]

Line Number: [SIP ID]
Register Name: [SIP ID]

Register Password: [SIP Password]
Domain Server: localphone.com
Proxy Server: proxy.localphone.com

Check Your Configuration

Now that you have configured your PLANET VIP-156 to work with your Localphone account, the form should resemble the following:

Save Your Settings and Reboot the PLANET VIP-156

Use the “Submit” button to store the new Localphone configuration, and reboot your PLANET VIP-156 with the “Reboot” button.

Following the steps above, you should now be able to connect to Localphone and make and receive calls. For further information about configuring the PLANET VIP-156, or for help with troubleshooting, please see:

This guide is provided for assistance. If you discover any errors in this page, please send us your comments and we will update the guide as soon as possible.

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