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Snom SOHO - configure LAN and WAN address


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That is possible. In Linux, you can generally have many IP addresses on the same (physical) interface. The SoHo is running a Debian if I remember correctly, we don't support this kind of configuration from the (default) web interface. http://wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfiguration#Multiple_IP_addresses_on_One_Interface contains what needs to be done. Actually you can log in through the SSH to the system and edit the file directly. Alternatively, you can customize the web page on the PBX where you can set the static IP address for the SoHo, so that the JavaScript there generates a different configuration file. Probably the first is easier.

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That is possible. In Linux, you can generally have many IP addresses on the same (physical) interface. The SoHo is running a Debian if I remember correctly, we don't support this kind of configuration from the (default) web interface. http://wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfiguration#Multiple_IP_addresses_on_One_Interface contains what needs to be done. Actually you can log in through the SSH to the system and edit the file directly. Alternatively, you can customize the web page on the PBX where you can set the static IP address for the SoHo, so that the JavaScript there generates a different configuration file. Probably the first is easier.

 

 

great thanks. how can I do it through the http://192.168.0.101/reg_system.htm page?

 

is there a standard username and password for SSH?

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Right. The default SSH username is "root" and the default password either "nosoup4u" or "snomONE", unless you have changed the password for the PBX system admin account (then it is that password).

 

You can also modify the page "reg_plug_ip.htm". There is a function called generate_interfaces, where you can add your code for eth0.0 as shown in that Debian web page.

 

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You are working on a dangerous part of the system. If you loose the IP configuration, your box will be a brick. The SoHo does not have a factory reset button (unlike the snom ONE mini). You should definitively make sure that you can log in to the SSH through IPv6 link local address. If you have a Debian standard Linux system somewhere, try out what configuration works, and after it works try it out on the SoHo.

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Right. The default SSH username is "root" and the default password either "nosoup4u" or "snomONE", unless you have changed the password for the PBX system admin account (then it is that password).

 

You can also modify the page "reg_plug_ip.htm". There is a function called generate_interfaces, where you can add your code for eth0.0 as shown in that Debian web page.

 

Note!!!

 

You are working on a dangerous part of the system. If you loose the IP configuration, your box will be a brick. The SoHo does not have a factory reset button (unlike the snom ONE mini). You should definitively make sure that you can log in to the SSH through IPv6 link local address. If you have a Debian standard Linux system somewhere, try out what configuration works, and after it works try it out on the SoHo.

 

thanks again. I take it what I am trying to do is not standard on the Soho? what is the normal way to install these? is NAT the way forward?

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If you just want to use a SIP trunk to the public Internet you can usually lust keep the private IP address. The SBC of the service provider will fix the problem that the IP address in the SIP packet can practically just be ignored.

 

You only need a routable IP address if you want to register phones from remote locations and you don't have a VPN. Then you could configure the device only with the public IP address; in many cases the local router will be smart enough to keep the traffic local ("hair pinning"). You can see this as hosting your PBX in your own little cloud.

 

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