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Video 22: How to Set-up a Obihai VoIP Adapter

This video instructs you on administering, registering and giving an extension to your Obihai ATA on your PBX.

1. Browse to your Obihai ATA’s IP Address > Select “ITSP Profile A” > Select “General” tab from the Setup Wizard (left side of screen)

  • Enter a device name in the “Name” text field
  • Signaling/Protocol drop down should be the default “SIP”
  • Select “RFC2833” in the “DTMFMethod” drop down
  • Click the “STUNEnable” checkbox to enable STUN
  • Enter “stun.sip.us” in the “STUNServer” text field

2. Select “SIP” tab from the ITSP Profile A Setup Wizard (left side of screen)

  • Enter the IP Address for your DIYPBX in the “ProxyServer” text field
  • Enter the IP Address for your DIYPBX in the “RegistrarServer” text field
  • Enter the IP Address for your DIYPBX in the “UserAgentDomain” text field
  • Enter the IP Address for your DIYPBX in the “OutboundProxy” text field
  • The rest of the “SIP” tab default settings should remain

3. Select “Voice Services” from the Setup Wizard

  • Select “SP1 Service” to edit your primary SIP service provider
  • Under the “SIP Credentials” section enter the extension number in the “AuthUserName” text field
  • Enter the secret from the FreePBX extensions module in the “AuthPassword” text field
  • Under the “Calling Features” section unclick the checkbox for “MWIEnable”
  • Click “Submit” (bottom of page)
  • Click “Reboot” (top right of page)

4. To ensure the device is properly configured Select “Status” > Select “System Status” in the Setup Wizard.

  • Under the “SP1 Service Status” section of the page the “Status” should now indicate a value of “Registered”.

Your properly registered Obihai ATA can now be used to make and receive a call using any analog telephone.