IP Phone Guide: How to Set Up a Mocet IP3062

Here is a step by step guide to setting up a Mocet IP3062 desktop IP phone.

Before you configure the phone settings, first add a user for the phone to your Telzio account by clicking on “Users” in the menu after you’ve logged in. Take note of the “SIP Username” that has been automatically assigned to the user after it’s created – you will need this later in this guide.

Step 1

Connect the phone to your network, turn it on and find its IP address by pressing “Menu” and then “Information”. Press the down arrow button until the display shows “IP address”.

Step 2

Open an internet browser on a computer that is connected to the same network. Enter the phone’s IP address in the address field and press enter. This will take you to the phone’s admin page.

Step 3

Click on “SIP” in the menu bar – this will take you to the set up page for “Line 1”. You can repeat the following steps for line 2, line 3 and line 4 to create additional lines on your phone. You can also add different users on each line, to handle multiple phone numbers and call flows.

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Step 4

Enter the following settings:

SIP Proxy Server: phone.plivo.com
Registrar Server: phone.plivo.com

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Step 5

Scroll further down the page, and enter these settings:

Phone Number: Your SIP username (Example: Tom131207221532)
Authorized ID: Your SIP username (Example: Tom131207221532)
Display Name: Set this to what you want – for example your name or the name of the line.
Authorized Password: The password your set for the SIP user when you created it.

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Step 6

Scroll down to “Codec Settings” and set the following:

First Codec: G.711 u-law
Second Codec: None
Third Codec: None
Fourth Codec: None
Fifth Codec: None
Sixth Codec: None
Seventh Codec: None

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Step 7

Press “Save Settings”

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Peter leads innovation at Telzio. Born and raised in Denmark and coding since the age of six, Peter thrives on creating new efficient solutions and minimalistic, modern designs. He now lives in Los Angeles where he enjoys hiking with other thought leaders and his Siberian husky.