Snom m9/Documentation/Online Manual/Accessing the Web-Interface

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Contents

System Info (Handset)

  • Navigate to Settings menu on the Handset and press System Info
  • Info includes
    • Base Station: IP Address, Firmware, MAC, RFPI
    • Handset: Firmware, IPUI



Note: When handset is not connected to the base station, the IPUI and FW of the handset can be displayed by pressing each of the following keys in quick succession:

  • Menu Key, Green Key, Digit 0, Digit 1



Login

  • Default Username: admin
  • Default Password: password
  • Default DECT PIN: 0000


Using the IPv6 Interface to login

Sometimes it is desirable to get the IP address of the phone without looking at the handset. For example, in cases when the handset has problems registering to the base station or the handset is simply not available, there is an easy way to get to the web interface of the m9 base station.

Note: The steps described here assume that you have an operating system that supports IPv6 (Windows 7, Vista, Mac, Linux) and the device is in the same LAN as the computer that you are going to use to access it.
  • Step 1: Find the MAC address of the base. The MAC address of the base station can be found on the label at the back of the m9 base station. For example, a MAC address could be “00:04:13:30:12:34”.
  • Step 2: Open a web browser and enter the following address: http://[fe80::204:13ff:fe30:1234], where the 1234 corresponds to the last four digits of the MAC address from step 1. You should see the login screen of the m9.
  • Step 3: Log in. The default username and password are “admin” and “password”. Then navigate to the status web page. There you’ll find the IP address of the phone.

Note:The IPv6 interface requires an upgraded Linux Kernel on the device. If the IPv6 interface is not working, please upgrade the device to the latest Linux Kernel which can be found here


Web Interface

  • Provides access to device configuration and diagnostics

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