If you are using IP handsets check that your PoE Data Switch is powered on and working. If using analogue or digital handsets check the telephone system is powered on.
Not all sockets in your premises will connect back to your Telephone System. You will need to ensure the socket you are using has been correctly “patched in”.
If you are an existing customer contact our Helpdesk who will be able to assist with planning your move and provide costs and timescales.
If you have a valid support contract RHM will administer simple remote changes FREE as part of our service. For larger requests over 45 minutes this will be charged on a time related basis providing RHM has remote access to your Telephone System.
Most Telephone Systems will have a standard kettle lead connection which is normally located on the back of the main unit. We advise to disconnect for 60 seconds before reconnecting.
Check the router is connected correctly, all the connections are firmly pushed in and that the analogue line has dial tone.
Common causes include noise/interference on your PSTN line and faulty microfilters. Connect an analogue handset to your line and dial 17070 option 2 to carry out a quiet line test and try using an alternative microfilter.
If required RHM can provide an administration login to the router however will take no responsibility for faults caused by its misconfiguration.
Broadband migrations can complete any time between 00:00 and 23:59 on the day. Although downtime is uncommon it can happen. If the service is down for longer than an hour please contact RHM Helpdesk.
If your area has been Fibre enabled you can contact your RHM account manager to see if you are able to upgrade. If not, there are various levels of Ethernet products available to suit your needs.
Please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a log in to our Webabillity system. This will give you access to 12 months invoice and report history and enable you to set up eAlerts and conduct analysis on calls made even during the current pre billed month.
If the light on the box is solid green this means the service is working. If the light on the box is flashing this indicates system failure. If the light is off this could indicate power failure or possible outage at network level.
Openreach engineer appointments run from either 08:00 – 13:00 or 13:00 – 18:00 Monday – Saturday. A specific time cannot be given and access must be available for the entire slot.
You can dial 17070 from any Openreach analogue line to be played back your line number and also carry out basic diagnostics, eg a quiet line test on Option 2.
We can divert your calls as part of a fault ticket with Openreach. This can take up to 15 minutes to activate and can only divert to a single number.
If the handset is within warranty contact RHM Helpdesk to arrange a replacement. If not within warranty our Helpdesk will talk you through the available options.
Check to ensure mobile data is enabled on the handset, you are in an area where you will receive the relevant signal and you have not hit your monthly data limit.
We recommend contacting us up to 48 hours prior to travelling to ensure the correct bolt-ons are in place to prevent unexpected charges whilst away.
Call our dedicated lost/stolen number as soon as possible. We will bar the handset and SIM and discuss replacement options with you.
An unmanaged switch will only provide basic connectivity and will not come with any features. A managed switch is capable of providing VLANs, port security, diagnostic tools, traffic prioritisation and much more. This can be managed remotely by RHM assuming the switch can be accessed over the internet.
RHM offers Project Management to survey premises and provide a full report on required specification, additional outlets for either Cat5 or traditional 1308 cabling.
The Digital Economy Act specifies that you need to capture the details of any users using your public WiFi solution. If you are looking at providing WiFi into a public area a landing page or user authentication method will be required.
Yes, we can supply either Private/corporate WiFi networks or Public WiFi. Our Public WiFi solution comes complete with the design of the landing page.
RHM pre-configured routers come with a personalised Wireless Key that is different from the factory default. This is to make it easier for you to remember and also increase security.
Full details and specifications of RHM supplied routers can be found on our website here:
Public WiFi is where your business allows customers access to WiFi via your wired or wireless network.
Every Public Wifi implementation we complete complies with the Digital Economy Act of 2010.This means that if you extend public access to the internet through your wired or wireless networks you must make the user register. You are also responsible for keeping access records for 12 months and making any data available to the authorities.
We supply landing pages as standard and the landing page authentication retains the registration information and user MAC address. It also has the ability to track, monitor and report down to individual user level. Data is stored for the minimum period of 12 months as per the Act.
RHM’s solution for Public WiFi is an end to end managed service. Particularly where standalone ADSL is to be used. We provide, manage and support every component of the solution.
Private WiFi is when your business wants to offer staff and guests secure and managed WiFi whilst on your premises.
RHM can provide a private WiFi coverage solution ranging from a couple of access points to a sophisticated, managed solution with 10’s of access points across your premises.
For larger implementations we survey your site using tools to analyse areas that may be potential sources of interference that might impact on the efficiency of your network.
Once implemented, we monitor all components, down to and including the Access Points, ensuring we are proactively notified if a device is failing.
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