1) Find the IP address of the base unit and enter that in to a web browser to configure the device.
2) Once you have logged in (Default username and password are both admin) go to “Time” on the left hand column and enter a timeserver in the field. Once you have done this click save and reboot. (a reboot is required to work correctly)
3) Now go to “Servers” (This is where we configure the PBX details and tell the extensions where to register). Enter the relevant information in to the fields and then click save.
4) Next go to “Extensions”, click “add extension” and fill in the relevant information for the extension such as authentication name and password. Don’t forget to choose the server we created otherwise the extension will not register.
5) Next go to “Multi cell” and change “Multi cell system” to “Enabled”, then create a “system chain ID” all the bases that are going to be paired need to have the same ID number. The Synchronization time can be increased/decreased to change how often the bases sync together. Leave “Multi cell debug” set to “None” for general use (only change when you need to debug issues) then click save and reboot.
Once the base has rebooted on the “Home/Status” page it should come online as Multi cell Unchained(Unchained) Allowed to Join as Primary
6) Connect the second base and follow step 1, 2, 5. (Repeat for every base being connected)
7) Once the second base has rebooted, on the “Home/Status” page it should come online as Multi cell Unchained(Unchained) Allowed to Join as Secondary. Wait a few minuets and let the bases communicate with each other.
8) On both bases it should now look different under “Multi Cell”. The base with the extension should be listed as the “primary” and the other base/s should be “locked” under “DECT property”.
Please note: if your base has been displaying (UnchainedAllowed to Join as Secondary) for a while make sure you have created at least 1 extension on the primary base.