An IVR table is below this printable IVR Quick Reference Card:
Note: Not all IVR commands are applicable to all devices
** for SPA122, default admin/admin login must be changed before this value will be applied, refer to
To input the password using the phone keypad, the following translation convention applies:
· A, B, C, a, b, c—press 2
· D, E, F, d, e, f—press 3
· G, H, I, g, h, i—press 4
· J, K, L, j, k, l— press 5
· M, N, O, m, n, o—press 6
· P, Q, R, S, p, q, r, s—press 7
· T, U, V, t, u, v—press 8
· W, X, Y, Z, w, x, y, z—press 9
· All other characters in the Administrator account password, press 0
It seems that ** notice apply to SPA122, not the SPA112 as misclaimed above.
Code 7932 is considered unknown on SPA112 ...
was my mistake, thanks for flagging this. I've changed the text from 112 to 122.
Note that registered device will send INVITE for *** (three stars not four stars) number to PBX as the result of '****' access code dialed. Call progress tones may be heard then.
In the unfortunate case the *** number exist and someone will answer, IVR messages will be shouted into established call. In such case the DTMF tones are NOT RECOGNIZED so IVR can't be used.
Can you send me the IVR Quick Reference Card above (The Linksys image above) as a document, cant seem to print that out properly with printer settings weird, all cut off and not fitting to page properly, just send me the original doc please and thanks
My SPA122 is useless. I cannot open the page to set it up, leaving me with no phone.
I have done everything and my next step is to either pitch it across the room or bring it back to the store and buy a good ATA
Your comment is unrelated to IVR and is off topic here. Moreover it doesn't describe an issue, just claim you have some. If you wish for help, create question in appropriate place. Further off topic comment here will be ignored silently.