Yeastar MyPBX Configuration Guide
Posted by , Last modified by Albert Diaz on 27 August 2018 02:13 PM

To access the Yeastar MyPBX's web GUI, please change network settings to be on the 192.168.5.X subnet.

Logging In & Changing Password

  1. From a web browser go to
  2. Log in using the default
    • User Name: admin
    • Password: password
    • The system will advise to change the default password
  3. To change the default password, click on System
  4. Find System Preferences
  5. Go to Password Settings
  6. Enter Old Password (default password)
  7. Enter New Password (twice to confirm)
  8. Click Save

Change IP Address & Time Zone

  1. To change the LAN IP address, click on LAN Settings
  2. Enter a Hostname (Customer Name)
  3. Enter the new LAN IP, for this example:
    • IP Address: (assign as needed)
    • Subnet Mask:
    • Gateway:
    • Primary DNS:
    • Secondary DNS:
  4. Click Apply Changes
  5. Click Reboot Now (the system will provide a prompt, click OK)
    • Change network settings if needed to access the new IP
  6. To set the Date & Time, go to Date and Time (under System --> System Preferences)
  7. Select the Time Zone from the dropdown menu (e.g.: -5 United States - Eastern Time)
  8. Click Save
  9. Click Apply Changes
  10. Click Reboot Now

Adding VoIP Trunk

  1. To Add a VoIP Trunk, go to PBX
  2. Find Trunks and click on VoIP Trunk
  3. Click on Add VoIP Trunk
  4. From the Add VoIP Trunk popup please add the following:
    • Provider Name: 3NG_17865400630 (use the account you wish to register)
    • Hostname/IP:
    • Domain:
    • User Name: 17865400630 (use the account you wish to register)
    • Authorization Name: 17865400630 (use the account you wish to register)
    • Password: User the service password
    • From User: 17865400630 (use the account you wish to register)
    • Caller ID: 17865400630 (use the account you wish to register)
    • Ream:
  5. Click Save and Apply Changes
  6. The Trunk needs to be edited, click on the Pencil icon to edit
  7. Find the Codecs and select G729A and u-law
  8. Click Save

Inbound & Outbound Routes

    1. To Add an Inbound Route, click on Inbound Routes (under Inbound Call Control)
    2. Click Add Inbound Route
    3. Add the Route Name (e.g.: 3NG_17865400630)
    4. Select the trunk from the Available Trunks and move to the Selected
    5. Adjust the call routing of the Inbound Trunk
    6. Click Save
    7. To add an Outbound Route, click on Outbound Routes (under Outbound Call Control)
    8. Click on Add Outbound Route (by default the system has a PSTN out, which requires a 9 to dial out)
    9. Add the Route Name (e.g.: 3NG_17865400630)
    10. Add Dialing Patterns




  1. Select the extensions from the Available Extensions and move to the Selected to allow to use the outbound route
  2. Select the trunk from the Available Trunks and move to the Selected to use for outbound calls
  3. Click Save
  4. Click Apply Changes

NAT & To Header

  1. To set the NAT go to SIP Settings (under Advanced Settings)
  2. Click on the NAT tab
  3. IF the PBX is behind NAT and has a Private IP SKIP THIS STEP.
    IF the PBX has a PUBLIC IP then set it on the External IP Address Field.
  4. Set the Local Network Identification: (LAN IP and Subnet)
  5. Click Save
  6. To allow for routing based on the To Header, go to the Advanced Settings tab
  7. From the To Field, select To from the dropdown menu
  8. Click Save

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