ACT P104 IP Phone

ACT IP Phone P104

(the SLD markings have been removed)

Yes - its the same case as the P104SLD - but a different animal on the inside

This is with Firmware Version: V.02.09.05


  • Protocol: SIP (RFC 3261), IAX.
  • interface: 1 Ethernet (WAN) & 1 Ethernet (PC), both 10/100baseT
  • LCD: 2 lines x 16 letters (alphanumeric matrix display)
  • Codecs: G.711 A-Law/u-Law, G.729A/B, G.723.1
  • Voice Quality: VAD, CNG, AEC (G.168),
  • Easy configuration by Web browser (IE, Konqueror, Mozilla, Safari) on port 9999 sample screenshot
  • Multi-user registration (4 user profiles) but only to the same SIP server
  • Multi-line (10 line buttons), programmable as hot keys (eg Voicemail)
  • Auto firmware upgrade (TFTP) (FTP)
  • 3-way conference
  • Speed Dial (10 entries)
  • Phone Book (200 entries)
  • IP address: Static IP/PPPoE/DHCP
  • NAT traversal: UPnP and STUN
  • Handset/Speaker phone
  • DTMF modes: inband, out of band (RFC2833), SIP Info
  • Voice Mail with message waiting indicator
  • Call Waiting with audible and visual indicator
  • Call Forward (Busy, No answer, Unconditional)
  • Call Transfer (Unattended/Blind, Attended)
  • Call Park, Call Pick-up
  • Do Not Disturb (DND)
  • QoS: IEEE802.1p/q, Vlan, VAD.
  • Anonymous call block, Caller ID
  • Jitter buffer auto adjustment
  • Indication tones for America, Bulgaria, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, UK

Outstanding issues, ackhnowledged by manufacturer and being dealt with

  • message button doesn't dial voicemail, but does show the number of messages waiting, need to programme a Line button
  • cancel button doesn't back out of the menu, pushing menu again does.

Asterisk support

This phone works well with Asterisk and the manufacturer appears to be committed to work on their firmware to ensure Asterisk interoperability.

sample entry in /etc/asterisk/sip.conf


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Created by: mje, Last modification: Thu 03 of Mar, 2005 (19:51 UTC)
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