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Panasonic IP DECT & Desk Phones

This guide will assist with the configuration of the Panasonic KX-TGPxxx, KX-UTxx and KX-HDVxxx series phones. 

The general settings to use with any SIP Compliant VoiP phone, device or application will be the same:

General Configuration Settings

If you're purchasing a new IP Deskphone we recommend Gigaset, Snom and Yealink Deskphones:

What types of VoIP phones and devices can I use?

To configure your phone you'll need your SIPID and SIP Password.

 Please use the following settings to setup your Panasonic VoIP phone:  

 

For Panasonic KX-TGP5xx, KX-UT670, KX-UT1xx and KX-UT248 phones please use the settings in the following image:

 

Please test with and without STUN enabled.

Set the "Detection Interval" to 0 to disable STUN.

 

For Panasonic KX-TGP5xx, KX-UT670, KX-UT1xx and KX-UT248 phones please use the settings in the following image:

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Use the settings in the next image with KX-TGP600 and KX-HDVxxx phones:

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Testing your Phone's Set Up:

To test your phone's configuration, please dial the following sipgate numbers:

  • 10000
  • 10005
  • 10020

For further tests and information please click here.

 

Using Multiple Phones Behind the Same Router:

If there's more than one VoIP phone/device on the same local network, assigning each different local UDP ports will avoid port conflicts.

For each SIP Phone or device you add, increment the local ports used by 100.

For a Help article about local port numbering, please click here.

 

If you have problems registering your phone online, with placing calls, or with audio quality try the troubleshooting advice in the following Help Articles:

 

 
Phone manuals, firmware and and answers to Frequently Asked Questions are available in the Panasonic support site:

 

The SYSLOG function monitors the SIP traffic passing through the phone and may contain useful troubleshooting information.

Frequently Asked Questions area on the Panasonic support site contains Information about the Syslog function.

 

 

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