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# 100240 5-Apr-2012 21:11
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discovered how to change default SIP account to any other provider:(by changing the html code from disabled=true to false

copy into a text program (notepad, word etc.)
replace myvoipnumber with your VOIP number
replace myauthname with your VOIP user name
replace mypassword with your password
replace mysipdoman with your SIP domain
replace mysipserver with your SIP server
replace mysipproxy with your SIP Proxy
replace mysipproxyport with your SIP proxy port
replace mysipregistar with your Registrar IP
replace myregistarport with your Registrar Port
replace any info you don't need with nothing
log in to your Orcon Genius then copy and paste below into address bar

10.1.1.1/wizard.cgi?extension1=myvoipnumber&authName1=myauthname&dispName1=mydispname&password1=mypassword&sip_domain1=mysipdoman&sip_server1=mysipserver&sip_proxy1=mysipproxy&sip_proxy_port1=mysipproxyport&sip_registrar1=mysipregistar&sip_registrar_port1=myregistarport&outgoingMap1=10

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  # 606224 6-Apr-2012 19:35
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Bear in mind of course that the equipment belongs to Orcon, so fiddling with settings in this way could have adverse effects on support from them.

I can also confirm that Orcon has the ability to push updated settings to their devices, so they can overwrite any changes you make at their leisure (not saying they would do this, simply that they can).

Last but not least, I can virtually guarantee that unlike with the Orcon settings, there will be no QoS ensuring that you can always make calls with alternative settings.

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