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The VVX-D230's base can control ten DECT handsets

Aimed at small business users, the Poly (Polycom, Obahai) VVX-D230 is a DECT SIP phone with support for up to ten cordless handsets — including the one handset which is packaged with the base.

This system (OBAHAI/VVXD230) is intended to complement the VVX-series desk phones and the Poly Trio 8800 conference room speakerphone.


  1. If the cordless handsets are not already paired to the base, press and hold the 'find' button on the base for at least five seconds. Then, from the handset, go to Menu→Settings→Registration→Register.
  2. Configuration of the system is done via a web interface. From the first paired handset, go to Menu→Settings→Basestation Info to obtain the IPv4 address of the base.
  3. Open a web browser to this address and log in with username 'admin' and default password 'admin'.

Poly VVX-D230 Wizard.png

From the "Setup Wizard" page, change the following parameters (changes will not be applied until you save them and reboot the device). Be sure to uncheck the "default" check box for each item you intend to modify:

  • LocalTimeZone - set to your local time zone, for instance GMT-5:00 for (Eastern Time). Factory default is GMT-8:00 (Pacific Time, California).
  • ITSP A SIPProxyServer - atlanta.voip.ms (or one of the other multiple servers - this must match the same server as your DID configuration).
  • ITSP A DigitMap - (optional) (1xxxxxxxxxx|<1555>[2-9]xxxxxxS3|<1>[2-9]xxxxxxxxx|011xx.|xx.|(Mipd)|[^*#]@@.) (as an example, replacing 1-555 with your local area code) will enable both 7 and 10-digit dial for North American numbers. See the manufacturer's technical reference manual for details of the syntax.
  • Phone1 PrimaryLine - "SP1 service"
  • SP1 ITSP Profile - A
  • SP1 AuthUserName - 123456_1 (your voip.ms user number and a subaccount number, in this example user #123456 subaccount #1
  • SP1 AuthPassword - the password associated with your voip.ms subsccount

If you have additional virtual lines, repeat the same configuration steps for each subaccount using SP2, SP3... up to a maximum of eight lines and ten handsets.

Poly VVX-D230 SP1.png

From the "SP1 Service" page, change the following settings for the first virtual "line" (the others will be similar):

  • X_DisplayNumber - A short text string identifying this line on the local handset screen. Typically the seven-digit NXX-XXXX local number, although any value will do.
  • X_InboundCallRoute - DT1,DT2,DT3 (if this number is to ring to the first three extensions, for example). The default (DT1) rings only to the first extension on inbound calls.
  • X_AcceptSipFromRegistrarOnly - YES (to keep spurious calls out)
  • X_KeepAliveEnable - YES (if you are behind NAT)
  • X_KeepAliveExpires - 180 (three minutes) is reasonable
  • DirectoryNumber - NPA-NXX-XXXX, the directory number associated with this line
  • AuthUserName, AuthPassword - should already be set from the "Setup Wizard" above; if not, set them here.
  • CallerIDName - your name (15 alphanumeric chars max, no punctuation but spaces are allowed) as you want it to appear on Caller ID for outbound calls.
  • X_CheckVoiceMailNumber - *97
  • MessageWaiting - YES

Save everything before leaving each page of the setup. When you are finished making changes, reboot the device.

Try a test call, such as the echo test (press [4] [4] [4] [3] and the [green] button). You should hear your own voice played back just as it was received.

See also


This page is merely a brief overview with just enough information to connect the handsets to VoIP.ms; see the manufacturer's website (poly.com) for more extensive documentation:

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