DP750 - Quick Installation Guide

  • Updated on March 9, 2022

Overview

The DP750 is a powerful DECT VoIP base station that pairs with up to 5 of Grandstream’s DP series DECT handsets to offer mobility to business and residential users. It supports a range of up to 300 meters outdoors and 50 meters indoors to give users the freedom to move around their work or home space, delivering efficient flexibility. This DECT VoIP base station supports up to 10 SIP accounts and 5 concurrent calls while also offering 3-way voice conferencing, full HD audio and integrated PoE. A shared SIP account on all handsets will add seamless unified features that gives users the ability to answer all calls regardless of location in real-time. The DP750 supports a variety of auto-provisioning methods and TLS/SRTP/HTTPS encryption security. When paired with Grandstream’s DP720, DP722
or DP730 handsets, the DP750 offers a powerful cordless DECT solution for any business or residential user.

Precautions:

  • Do not attempt to open, disassemble, or modify the device.
  • Do not use a third party power adapter.
  • Do not expose the device to temperatures outside the range of -10 °C to 50 °C (14F to 122F).
  • Do not expose the DP750 at environments outside of the humidity range of 10-90% RH (non-condensing).

Package Contents

DP750 Base Station Description

Powering up/Connecting DP750

Power using PoE

Connect the network socket on the back of the unit to the RJ-45 socket of a PoE Network Switch using the network cable provided or 3rd party network cable.

Power using PSU

  • Connect the network socket on the back of the unit to the network connection socket using the network cable provided or 3rd party network cable.
  • Plug the power supply plug into a power source socket. Plug the micro-USB connector into related socket at the back of the unit.

Subscribe Handsets to DP750 Base Station

1. Open Subscription

  • Access DP750 Web GUI and press subscribe button. Or,
  • Press and hold Radio/Page button on DP750 base station for 7 seconds until the Radio icon starts blinking.

2. Handset Registration

  1. Access to DP730/DP722/DP720 menu → Registration → Register.
  2. Select “Base 1” and press “Subscribe” softkey.
  3. DP730/DP722/DP720 will search for nearby base stations and will display RFPI code and base station name of the discovered DP750.
  4. Press “Subscribe” to pair with displayed DP750.

Accessing DP750 Web GUI

  1. Access to DP730/DP722/DP720 menu → Registration → Register.
  2. Select “Base 1” and press “Subscribe” softkey.
  3. DP730/DP722/DP720 will search for nearby base stations and will display RFPI code and base station name of the discovered DP750.
  4. Press “Subscribe” to pair with displayed DP750.
Note:

DP750 supports UPnP feature (by default enabled) for auto discovery by computers in same network.

  1. Enter admin’s username and password to access the configuration menu. (Starting HW version 1.7A the default admin username is ‘admin’ while the admin password is the random password that can be found on the sticker at the back of the unit. For lower hardware versions; the default username and password are: admin/admin).
Notes:

  • Users can access DP750 by entering its IP on a web browser connected to same network.
  • By default, DP750 is configured to get an IP from DHCP. To know assigned, check “Network Status” menu on registered DP730/DP722/DP720 handset.
  • If no DHCP server is available, users can set static IP from a registered handset. Go to “Network Settings” and set “IP Settings” to “Static” and enter IP information. (Default DP750 PIN is “0000”).

This product is covered by one or more of the U.S. patents (and any foreign patern counterparts thereto) identified at www.cmspatents.com

The DP750 is not pre-configured to support or make emergency calls to any type of hospital, law enforcement agency, medical care unit (“Emergency Service(s)”) or any other kind of Emergency Service. You must make additional arrangements to access Emergency Services. It is Your responsibility to purchase SIP-compliant Internet telephone service, properly configure the DP750 to use that service, and periodically test your configuration to confirm that it works as You expect. If You do not do so, it is Your responsibility to purchase traditional wireless or landline telephone services to access Emergency Services.

GRANDSTREAM DOES NOT PROVIDE CONNECTIONS TO EMERGENCY SERVICES VIA THE DP750. NEITHER GRANDSTREAM NOR ITS OFFICES, EMPLOYEES OR AFFILIATES MAY BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGE, OR LOSS, AND YOU HEREBY WAIVE ANY AND ALL SUCH CLAIMS OR CAUSES OF ACTION ARISING FROM OR RELATING TO YOUR INABILITY TO USE THE DP750 TO CONTACT EMERGENCY SERVICES, AND YOUR FAILURE TO MAKE ADDITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS TO ACCESS EMERGENCY SERVICES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING PARAGRAPH.

For Certification, Warranty and RMA information, please visit
www.grandstream.com

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