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How do I configure my own, unlocked Innomedia Gizmo with ViaTalk?

1) Connect your computer to the available LAN port on the device.

2) Open a web browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.) and copy/paste the following link into the address bar:

http://192.168.251.1/Voice_adminPage.htm

3) You will be prompted with the administrative page for the device. Log in using your administrative credentials.

4) Turn off provisioning. To do this, go to NETWORK -> Provisioning setting. Uncheck the "Enable Provisioning" box and hit the "Save and Reboot" button. (After rebooting, you may not be able to log in to the admin account since the reboot will default to index.htm. Hit CANCEL, and go to http://192.168.251.1/Voice_adminPage.htm to log in.)

5) In a separate browser window log into your ViaTalk Control Panel and select the Softphone Configuration icon to view your unique credentials.

6) In the Gizmo interface, go to VOIP -> SIP Proxy and enter these settings:

SIP Proxy: grimlock.vtnoc.net

Check "Use Outbound Proxy" box

SIP Local Signaling Port: 5060

SIP Domain: grimlock.vtnoc.net

Registration Expiration time: 60

Preferred Codecs List: PCMU/8000

Choose "NONE" for all others.

Then, click the "Save" button.

6) The page will reload. Then, go to VOIP -> User Account

Choose Line 1 from the available drop-down menu.

User ID: 11-digit phone number

Password:

User Name: 11-digit phone number

Authentication ID: 11-digit phone number

Then, click the "Save" button.

If you require further assistance we recommend consulting the various available online communities that specialize in Innomedia Gizmo setups.


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