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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 222877 1-Sep-2017 16:20
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Does anyone have the settings to configure a Cisco SPA122 (or 112) ATA for use with 2Degrees' HomePhone Plus? It is sitting behind my Netgear X4S router and in the same domain.


I have the username (phone number) and SIP password from 2Degrees but I can't get a dial tone. 


I was using the Quick Setup on the SPA122 but nothing works.


Here are the other settings from 2Degrees.


I can't seem to find the exact settings on this forum but it seems that some people have managed to get it working. I don't want to use the Fritzbox - it's rubbish.


Thanks in advance.

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 1856886 1-Sep-2017 18:20
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Try for the domain

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  Reply # 1871432 23-Sep-2017 12:34
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I also have a VOIP account with 2 degrees, but don't have one of their supplied modems.


I have a Cisco SPA112 model adaptor and am trying to find settings that will get it to work.


I was given the domain by 2 degrees and assisted in the generation of a password.


They advised me that their modems are set up by a third party company and they don't have any specialist support staff who can help with user's 


own sourced equipment.


I am very keen to find a working solution if anyone else can help with this.

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