In order to access the system, you will require the IP address of the telephone system. The default IP address for a pre-installed IP phone system, (SOHO, SMB & Enterprise Servers) is 192.168.100.1 on the port as highlighted in the accompanying info sheet or labelled. If you are not sure about system’s IP address, you can find it through using the pascom text user interface TUI.
Use any web browser and access the system’s interface by entering https://[pascom_IP_Address] as the URL. Should you not use https, a warning will appear that informs you that the network connection is not encrypted. To access the pascom web UI per HTTPS, you must agree to a self-signed certificate.
Log into the web UI using the username
adminand default password
mobydick (should you have not entered a different password during the setup process).
Sessions remain active for 30 minutes of inactivity meaning new log in are required. Should you be working on a public computer, after finishing your work remember to log out of your pascom commander session in order to prevent unauthorized access from other people. To do this simply click the
The Text User Interface (TUI) allows you to adjust basic configurations, e.g. IP address and Host names etc. To use the TUI, please connect a display to your pascom server, pascom Appliance or pascom server or refer to the virtual machine console. The screen will show you your network card IP addresses which can be configured under Configure Network.
Here it is possible to read the IP address for both network interfaces. By entering the IP address in your preferred browser, you will be able to access the pascom web UI.
In order to access the main menu, you will need to press the F2 kex and ender the system password ( default mobydick ).
Changes to the network are implemented using the same process as when using the web interface. See Network Configuration.
To use SSH when accessing pascom, please follow these steps mentioned below:
pascom uses Asterisk Telephony Software as its basis. Asterisk offers a CLI (Command Line Interface) in which you can monitor and debug all telecommunications traffic as long as you are a root user and logged in using SSH. At the command prompt, enter
More information on the Asterisk CLI can be found here http://www.voip-info.org/wiki/view/Asterisk+CLI