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A default router can be configured so when no other route is known for a given IP packet's destination address, the phone will send it to its default router. The router will then be able to send it to its proper destination.
This document explains how to configure the default router on the SPA300 and SPA500 Series IP Phones.
• SPA300 IP Phone Series. • SPA500 IP Phone Series.
Step 1. Press the Setup button to open the setup menu.
Step 2. Navigate to Settings.
Step 3. Navigate to Network Configuration.
Step 4. Navigate to Default Router and press Edit.
Step 5. Enter the desired Default Router and press OK.