SPA122: Web-UI Administration

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Nov 18, 2014 8:27 AM
Feb 28th, 2012

You may be used to factory resetting a SPA2102, enabling Remote Management with IVR code 7932 1# and then using a browser to administer the SPA2102.

If you try this on a SPA122, you will not be able to access the SPA122 via the INTERNET (blue WAN) port.

If you try configure via the SPA122's ETHERNET (yellow LAN) port, you'll see the following warning that you may not read the first few times you see it.

My advice, READ the message:

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Things are a little more secure with the SPA122...

Here's how you can enable remote management with a browser on a SPA122:

  1. Configure a computer to access the SPA122:

       a. Set your computer to use DHCP

       b. Connect the computer to the yellow ETHERNET (LAN) port of the SPA122

  2. Access the SPA122:

      a. Direct your browser to http://192.168.15.1  [You must use Internet Explorer, else some parts of the page will not display]

      b. Log in as admin/admin

  3. Change the admin User from the Default Value:

      a. Navigate to Administration > Management > User List:

      b. Click the pencil to edit the admin user:

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i.  Provide a new username:

ii. Type in admin for the Old Password:

iii. Provide a new password:

iv. Confirm the new password.

v.  Click Submit

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  4. Configure the Web Access Management to Allow Remote Access:

a. Navigate to Administration > Management > Web Access Management

b. Select Remote Management: Enabled

c. Click Submit

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You can now manage the SPA122 via any computer connected via the SPA122's INTERNET (blue WAN) port.

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raisacomhb Mon, 08/06/2012 - 02:20

Too bad. What, if connecting a PC to the LAN port and change it to use DCHP is no option? Remeber, these devices are also used for consumers, that don't have a fancy IT division.

I totally prefer the old approach

Eik

misscat123 Tue, 11/18/2014 - 08:27

Thank you Thank you Thank you. Saved me from pulling my hair out. Yesterday I could not figure out why I couldn't http to this device. Your instructions were spot on. THANKS!!

ramil.veneracion Wed, 03/12/2014 - 14:05

hello,

 

If i may ask, how can i determine the public IP of the ATA, so i can access it remotely from the internet side?

thanks in advance,

Ramil

Dan Lukes Mon, 03/17/2014 - 13:25

It is shown on status page.

silverfoxzzy Thu, 03/20/2014 - 15:24

Well, I cannot get that far.

I am thinking I have a "Brick" in my SPA122 Unit. The phone works fine when connected to it, I get all the info I am supposed to, including the two IP addresses it has.

When I connect the Unit from it's (Blue) Internet port to the Internet using a port on my Linksys Router, and connect my Computer to the (Yellow) Ethernet Port, I get NO Connectivity whatsoever, and I cannot access the SPA122 with either IP address: 192.168.15.1 or 192.168.1.115 - which are the two the telephone is telling me they are from entering 210# and 110# respectively.

So, I am assuming I have a Brick - anyone happen to know of a way to "Un-Brick" this unit?

It would be much appreciated...

Thanks...

Jack

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