|I will have to find out, i do know there is an option on the phone that allows the admin to check settings, i will connect a phone directly to the office serv in the comms room and see what happens. |
He has paperwork from the guy who first installed it of whom left the username and password and gave him the ip address of .201 - so when it didnt work i scanned the network and it showed up as active. May i ask what does not seem to be correct?
The default gateway and ip address given on the manual states 10.0.0.1 but obviously can be changed which it has, i wouldnt see why he would need to change it as it will keep the system on a serpate subnet and ip address that would still work on the network.
Its connected to a netgear managed switch.
Page 17 of the manual wouldnt make any difference, i have tried doing it but with different gateways, ip addresses subnet masks everything! but still cannot connect because i think the person who set this up made sure a static ip is always assigned to 192.168.1.201 and cannot be changed unless the system is reset. Unfortunately i cannot reset it because 60 rooms are connected to it & will be in trouble if anything went down.
I will look into the phones tomorrow. So my main target is to find out what the default gateway or subnet mask the system is on? Is there no program that can scan 192.168.1.201 and locate what network its running on.
Thanks for your reply.