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Revision as of 23:03, 16 February 2019

Snom710.png The Snom 7xx Series includes the 710, 720 and 760. The hardware features across the range varies across the models, but the configuration is very similar.

Phones and Versions Tested

Snom 7xx Versions Tested
Model Version Notes
710 Supports LLD
710 Supports LLD
710 Supports LLD, IPv6
710 Supports LLD, IPv6
710 Supports LLD, IPv6
710 Supports LLD, IPv6

Feature Notes

Feature Notes
Supports 302 Redirect ?
Tested on FireBrick SIP Server Yes
IPv6 Support Yes, see Snom Wiki


These are very similar to the Snom 3xx Series. Apart from the 'Identity' settings, no additional configuration is required.

See: SNOM Find IP Address if you're unsure how to access the web interface.

Snom 7xx Identity Settings
Setting Value
Identity active on
Account Your Number
Outbound Proxy Leave Blank
Authentication Name Your Number
Password Your Password

Example XML Configuration

Taken from a Snom 710 - Here we have config with "Read Write" permissions, ideal while you are setting things up:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<phone-settings e="2">
<language perm="">English(UK)</language>
<setting_server perm="">{mac}</setting_server>
<ip_adr perm=""></ip_adr>
<netmask perm=""></netmask>
<dns_server1 perm=""></dns_server1>
<dns_server2 perm=""></dns_server2>
<dhcp perm="">on</dhcp>
<gateway perm=""></gateway>
<utc_offset perm="">0</utc_offset>
<ntp_server perm=""></ntp_server>
<http_user perm="">USER</http_user>
<http_pass perm="">1234</http_pass>
<timezone perm="">GBR-0</timezone>
<active_line perm="">1</active_line>
<admin_mode_password perm="">1234</admin_mode_password>
<tone_scheme perm="">GBR</tone_scheme>
<vol_speaker perm="">9</vol_speaker>
<vol_ringer perm="">9</vol_ringer>
<vol_handset perm="">9</vol_handset>
<date_us_format perm="">off</date_us_format>
<time_24_format perm="">off</time_24_format>
<use_hidden_tags perm="">on</use_hidden_tags>
<user_active idx="1" perm="">on</user_active>
<user_active idx="2" perm="">off</user_active>
<user_active idx="3" perm="">off</user_active>
<user_active idx="4" perm="">off</user_active>
<user_realname idx="1" perm="">VoIP</user_realname>
<user_name idx="1" perm="">+443333123456</user_name>
<user_host idx="1" perm=""></user_host>
<user_pass idx="1" perm="">secret</user_pass>

Handy Config Tricks

By making these volume settings "Read Only", you can adjust the volume "during a call" or "outside of a call" and it returns to pre-configured value afterwards:

<vol_speaker perm="R">9</vol_speaker>
<vol_ringer perm="R">9</vol_ringer>
<vol_handset perm="R">9</vol_handset>

Other Possibly Useful Settings

  • Turn off Call Waiting, the default is On - In Advanced - Audio - Call Waiting Indication
  • Turn off U.S. date format - In Preferences
  • Turn off Advertisement - In Preferences

XML Permission Flags

Flags are defined as "permission flags" in the string "perm" within XML tags. Valid values are:

perm="!": The configuration parameter can be changed by the user. However the parameter value will only be stored if that parameter has not been changed yet by the user.
perm="R" or perm=" ": The configuration parameter becomes write-protected (read only).
perm="RW" or perm="": The configuration parameter can be changed but will be overwritten on reboot.


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