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The Snom Phone is set up via a web interface.

  1. Open a browser and enter the URL of your snom phone.(e.g. http://192.168.1.100).

  2. Which IP address your Snom Phone has is shown on the display when starting the Snom Phone
    or you press the configuration button (screwdriver or gear wheel symbol) → "Information" → Select "System Information".

  3. If you are now asked for a user name and password, your Snom phone has already been configured elsewhere.

    Try the default values:
    login name ="admin"
    password ="0000"

Depending on your PBX, the credentials may be different.

Please note the following instructions for securing your Snom phone after you have put it into operation:  How do I secure my Snom phone


Security warning when accessing the web interface via https

If your Snom phone has already been registered with a PBX, you probably won't be able to access it with the default credentials.

In addition, the access is usually switched to "HTTPS ONLY", so that you can only access the phone if you put a https:// in front of the IP of your phone.

Since most current browsers compare the certificate used with public certification authorities when using HTTPS, this can lead to an error message that the certificates used in Snom phones are not publicly valid. This is a good thing, because we need the certificates for local security between a provisioning server or SRAPS and a Snom phone.


In order for them to be able to access your phone, they have to bypass the caring function of the browser. This is usually done by granting an exception. So they have to accept the Snom certificate as OK. Then you will have no more problems accessing your phone via HTTPS.

Example using the Chrome Browser:

  1.  First the browser reports that something is wrong. Click on "Advanced".




  2. An area below opens up. Depending on your browser, you can also choose to import the certificate.
    In our example please click on "Proceed" ... (Unsafe).





  3. Now the login window appears in our example.





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