How to configure the Cisco ATA 186 for static IP addresses if DHCP is not possible

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In order to configure your Cisco ATA 186 for static IP addresses if DHCP is not possible, perform these steps using the voice Interactive Voice Response (IVR) menu:

1. Press 20# for DHCP. Press 0# to disable DHCP.
2. Press 1# for the IP address and enter the IP address using an asterisk (*) for the dot and end with the number sign (#). For example, 192*1*1*1#.
3. Press 2# for the network route address. For example, 192*1*1*2#.
4. Press 10# for the subnet mask. For example, 255*255*255*0#.

For more information refer to: Cisco ATA 186 FAQ and Common Issues Cisco ATA 180 Series Analog Telephone Adaptors Troubleshoot and Alerts Cisco ATA 180 Series Analog Telephone Adaptors Troubleshooting TechNotes


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