When opening your Yealink phone box, you’ll find the Yealink main phone, one handset cord, one handset, one phone stand and one Ethernet cable. Flip the Yealink phone machine over and attach the stand to the back slots above the cable ports. With the handset cable, attach the larger end into the port with the phone icon in the Yealink machine and the smaller end into the handset.
Go into your Tech Connections account and select ‘Voice’.
From there, select the side bar option ‘Phones’. Here, you can add your new
Yealink phone. Select the type of Yealink phone you purchased from the drop
Now, enter the MAC address that is located on the back of your Yealink phone. Enter a description to identify the phone line by. Optionally, you can also set a VLAN ID but this is not required.
Depending on the Yealink you purchased, you may have multiple phone lines to create. When setting up your first, select a phone number in the Line Key 01 section and label this accordingly. Our configuration tool also allows to setup other features on your spare line keys such as speed dials, voicemail buttons, pickup, transfer and more. Details of these other features are outside the scope of this user guide.
Click the ‘add new phone’ button.
Next you need to learn the IP address of your Yealink phone. To find this, enter the menu, then select Status. The option labeled ‘IPc4 Address’ contains the IP address of your phone.
Use this IP address and enter it into your web browser. From here you should be redirected to a login page for Yealink. Enter ‘admin’ for both the user and password sections.
Once logged in, go to the settings tab and then select
‘Auto-Provision’. In the ‘Server URL’ section fill it out with the following
Press Confirm at the bottom of the options and once the
page has reloaded, press ‘Auto-Provision now’.
Once finished your Yealink handset will be ready to use. If you need to make any changes to your phone then you can edit your settings back in our web portal and reboot your phone to download these changes.