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Panasonic KX-UT1xx Series

This document explains how to use Brekeke products with Panasonic KX-UT1xx SIP phones.
For more informaiton about Panasonic KX-UT1xx phones, please check

Configure Brekeke products


1. For Brekeke SIP Server:
  • If [Brekeke SIP Server] > [Configuration]>[SIP]>[Authenticaion]: [REGISTER] and [INVITE] is set as ON
    please create authentication account from [Brekeke SIP Server] > [User Authentication]>[New User], such as
    User: 100
    password: 1234
    Confirm Password: 1234
  • If [Brekeke SIP Server] > [Configuration]>[SIP]>[Authenticaion]: [REGISTER] and [INVITE] is set as OFF,
    no additional setup is needed
2. For Brekeke PBX:
  • Check the above setup in “For Brekeke SIP Server” about settings at PBX bundled SIP Server
  • Create user 100 from [Brekeke PBX]>[Users]>[New User]

Configure Panasonic KX-UT1xx

From details about Panasonic KX-UT1xx phones, please check Panasonic KX-UT1xx series manual.
Log in phone user interface by default username and password: admin / adminpass
If needed, change phone IP address from Network menu.

[VoIP] > [SIP Settings] >[Line 1]:

set up phone SIP ID and Brekeke products IP address which phone will register to.

[Phone Number]:
Phone Number: Phone SIP ID, e.g. 100 as set above in Brekeke products
Line ID: line ID, e.g. 100
[SIP Server]:
Registrar Server Address: IP address of Brekeke SIP server or Brekeke PBX
Proxy Server Address: IP address of Brekeke SIP server or Brekeke PBX
Presence Server Address: IP address of Brekeke SIP server or Brekeke PBX
[SIP Authentication]:
Authentication ID: user authentication ID, e.g. 100 as set above in Brekeke products
Authentication Password: authentication password, e.g. 1234 as set above in Brekeke products

[VoIP] > [VoIP Settings] > [Line 1]:

Set up DTMF and Codecs

[Telephone] > [Call Control] > [Line 1]:

Set up display name, voice mail access number, call feature and call forward

[Call Control]:
Display Name: caller ID, e.g. 100 as set above in Brekeke products
Voice Mail Access Number: 8 voicemail access number defined in Brekeke PBX

Save above setting and Panasonic KX-UT1xx phones will register at Brekeke products.
The phone registration record will show in Brekeke SIP server or Brekeke PBX bundled SIP server admintool > [Registered Clients] page, with above setting, the phone will register with SIP ID 100.

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