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Contents
1 Introduction .................................................................................................................... 0
1.1 Abbreviations and Glossary .................................................................................... 1
1.2 Functionality matrix ................................................................................................ 3
2 Pre-Installation............................................................................................................... 4
2.1 VoWiFi System IP addresses ................................................................................... 4
3 Programming the VoWiFi Handset ............................................................................... 6
3.1 PDM ......................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 IMS3......................................................................................................................... 7
3.2.1 Over-the-Air.................................................................................................... 7
4 Installation of VoWiFi Handsets ................................................................................... 8
4.1 Installation with Central Device Management (IMS3) ............................................ 8
4.1.1 Create a Network Template in the IMS3......................................................... 8
4.1.2 Create a Common Template in the IMS3 ........................................................ 9
4.1.3 Create Numbers in the IMS3 ........................................................................... 9
4.1.4 Create a Network Template with Initial Configuration in the PDM .............. 10
4.2 Installation without Central Device Management (IMS3) .................................... 11
4.3 Installation using the Handset’s Admin Menu...................................................... 12
4.4 Configure a Handset with a Template................................................................... 12
4.4.1 Create a template ......................................................................................... 12
4.4.2 Apply a Template to a Handset with a Number ........................................... 13
4.4.3 Apply a Template to Handset without a Number ........................................ 13
4.4.4 Save Handset Configuration as a Template ................................................. 13
4.4.5 Synchronizing a Handset with PDM ............................................................. 14
4.4.6 Configure Handset without Saving It in PDM ............................................... 14
5 Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 15
5.1 Handset ................................................................................................................. 15
5.1.1 Configure Spare VoWiFi Handsets without a Number in Large Systems ..... 15
5.1.2 Upgrade Handset Software .......................................................................... 16
5.1.3 Upgrade Software OTA via TFTP................................................................... 16
5.1.4 Upgrade Software via PDM........................................................................... 17
5.1.5 Upgrade Software Over the Air (OTA) via Centralised Device Management
(IMS3) ............................................................................................................. 17
5.1.6 Recapture the Earlier Software..................................................................... 17
5.1.7 Upgrade Handset Functionality using License ............................................. 17
5.1.8 Perform a Factory reset ................................................................................ 20
5.2 Replacement of VoWiFi Handsets ......................................................................... 21
5.2.1 Replacement Procedure Choice..................................................................... 21
5.2.2 Replacement of Handset with IMS3 ............................................................. 21
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5.2.3 Replacement of the Handset with PDM and IMS3........................................ 23
5.2.4 Replacement of Handset with PDM Only...................................................... 24
5.3 Change number of a VoWiFi Handset ................................................................... 26
5.4 Update Parameters via IMS3................................................................................. 26
5.5 Perform a Security Upgrade via IMS3 ................................................................... 26
5.6 Upgrade the Template .......................................................................................... 27
5.7 Create a Configuration Backup.............................................................................. 27
6 Handset Configuration................................................................................................. 28
6.1 Select Network ...................................................................................................... 28
6.1.1 Change Active Network ................................................................................ 28
6.1.2 Change Name of Network............................................................................. 28
6.2 IP Address Settings ............................................................................................... 28
6.2.1 Automatic IP Address Settings..................................................................... 28
6.2.2 Static IP Address (Manual) Settings............................................................. 29
6.3 Network Settings .................................................................................................. 29
6.3.1 SSID ............................................................................................................... 29
6.3.2 Voice Power Save Mode................................................................................ 29
6.3.3 World Mode Regulatory Domain .................................................................. 30
6.3.4 Radio and Channel Selection ........................................................................ 30
6.3.5 Transmission Power...................................................................................... 31
6.3.6 IP DSCP for Voice/Signalling ......................................................................... 32
6.4 Security Settings ................................................................................................... 32
6.4.1 Open.............................................................................................................. 32
6.4.2 WEP 64/128-bit Key .................................................................................... 32
6.4.3 WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK ................................................................................. 32
6.4.4 802.1X with EAP-FAST ................................................................................. 33
6.4.5 802.1X with PEAP-MSCHAPv2 ..................................................................... 33
6.4.6 EAP-TLS......................................................................................................... 33
6.5 Handset Settings................................................................................................... 33
6.5.1 Automatic keylock ........................................................................................ 35
6.5.2 Phone lock..................................................................................................... 35
6.5.3 Audio adjustment ......................................................................................... 35
6.5.4 Headset Configuration.................................................................................. 35
6.5.5 In Charger Behaviour .................................................................................... 36
6.5.6 Configure Profiles ......................................................................................... 37
6.5.7 Hide Missed Call Window.............................................................................. 38
6.5.8 Battery Warning ........................................................................................... 38
6.5.9 Shared Phone................................................................................................ 38
6.5.10 Prevent Handset Switch off ....................................................................... 38
6.5.11 Uploadable Language................................................................................. 39
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6.5.12 Select Default Language ............................................................................ 39
6.5.13 Shortcuts .................................................................................................... 39
6.5.14 Company Phonebook.................................................................................. 41
6.5.15 Central Phonebook ..................................................................................... 41
6.6 Messaging and Alarm............................................................................................ 41
6.6.1 IP Address to the IMS3 ................................................................................. 42
6.7 Messaging Settings ............................................................................................... 42
6.7.1 Examples of TTR/TTP settings...................................................................... 43
6.8 Alarm Settings....................................................................................................... 46
6.8.1 Common Alarm Settings............................................................................... 46
6.8.2 Push Button Alarm ....................................................................................... 46
6.8.3 Test Alarm .................................................................................................... 46
6.8.4 Emergency Call Alarm ................................................................................... 47
6.8.5 Man-down and No-movement Alarm........................................................... 47
6.9 Telephony.............................................................................................................. 48
6.9.1 Endpoint ID and Endpoint number ............................................................... 48
6.9.2 VoIP Protocol................................................................................................. 48
6.9.3 Codec............................................................................................................. 49
6.9.4 Offer Secure RTP ........................................................................................... 49
6.9.5 Internal Call Number Length......................................................................... 50
6.9.6 Emergency Number ...................................................................................... 50
6.9.7 Voice Mail Number ........................................................................................ 50
6.9.8 Message Centre Number............................................................................... 50
6.9.9 Max number of Call Completions .................................................................. 50
6.9.10 Dial Pause Time .......................................................................................... 50
6.9.11 Direct off Hook from Charger ..................................................................... 50
6.9.12 Replace Call Rejected with User Busy ......................................................... 51
6.9.13 Busy on 1 / Disable call waiting ................................................................. 51
6.10 Regional Settings ................................................................................................ 51
6.10.1 Set Time & Date .......................................................................................... 51
6.10.2 Select Default Language ............................................................................ 51
6.10.3 Dialling Tone Pattern.................................................................................. 52
6.11 Display................................................................................................................. 52
6.11.1 User Display Text........................................................................................ 52
6.11.2 Font style.................................................................................................... 52
6.11.3 Backlight Timeout....................................................................................... 52
6.11.4 Brightness................................................................................................... 52
6.11.5 Screen Saver ............................................................................................... 52
6.12 Menu Operation .................................................................................................. 53
6.12.1 Hide Menu Items......................................................................................... 53
6.12.2 Services....................................................................................................... 53
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6.13 Push-To-Talk (PTT) Group Call ............................................................................ 53
6.14 Presence Management........................................................................................ 54
6.15 Location............................................................................................................... 54
6.15.1 Configure Handset for Cisco/Ekahau RTLS Solution................................... 55
7 Use VoWiFi Handset to Verify the VoWiFi System Deployment .............................. 56
7.1 Site Survey Tool..................................................................................................... 56
7.2 Scan the Channels ................................................................................................. 56
7.2.1 Scan all Channels .......................................................................................... 56
7.2.2 Scan a Specific Channel................................................................................. 56
7.3 Range Beep............................................................................................................ 57
7.3.1 Configurable RSSI Threshold......................................................................... 57
7.3.2 Range Beep on a Configurable RSSI Threshold............................................. 57
8 VoWiFi Handset Internal Web Administration Page ................................................ 58
8.1 Access the Handset´s Internal Web Administration page.................................... 58
8.1.1 System Setup View ....................................................................................... 58
8.1.2 Troubleshoot View ........................................................................................ 59
8.2 Change Administration Password ......................................................................... 60
8.2.1 Change password via the VoWiFi Handset´s Internal Web Administration page
60
8.2.2 Change password via the PDM ..................................................................... 60
9 Administration ............................................................................................................. 61
9.1 Admin Menu Tree .................................................................................................. 61
9.2 Quick Access to the VoWiFi Handset’s Device Information................................... 62
9.3 LED indications ...................................................................................................... 63
10 Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................... 64
10.1 Fault Symptoms .................................................................................................. 64
10.2 Display Information............................................................................................. 65
10.3 Troubleshooting from the VoWiFi Handset Internal Web Administration Page 68
11 Related Documents ................................................................................................... 69
12 Document History ...................................................................................................... 70
Appendix A: Working with Templates........................................................................... 70
A.1 Create a Template ................................................................................................. 70
A.2 Export a Template ................................................................................................. 71
A.3 Import a Parameter File ........................................................................................ 71
A.4 Import a Template................................................................................................. 71
Index ................................................................................................................................ 72
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Introduction
This document is a guide for installing, configuring and maintaining functionality of the
Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handsets.
The Ascom Voice over Wireless Fidelity (VoWiFi) system provides wireless IP-telephony,
messaging and alarm functions to enterprise LANs. Using third-party WLAN products as well
as in-house developed hardware and software, the system enables data and voice
transmission together with seamless roaming.
Device Manager
in IMS3
PDM
Switch to IP Backbone/LAN/Internet
VoIP Gateway
AP
AP
PBX
IP-PBX
VoWiFi Handset
1.
Figure
Figure 1. Ascom VoWiFi System
This document is intended as a guide when installing the Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset in a
VoWiFi system. The document describes the settings needed to make the VoWiFi Handset
function in a VoWiFi system and is relevant to the following personnel:
•
•
System Administrator
Service Technician
First configuration is done using the Portable Device Manager (PDM). In small systems
where it is possible to collect all VoWiFi Handsets to update settings, daily maintenance is
also done by using the PDM. In larger installations, the Device Manager in the Messaging and
Services application (IMS3) makes it possible to administrate the VoWiFi Handsets centrally
via a web interface without the need to collect the VoWiFi Handsets.
The VoWiFi Handset behaviour can be customized to suite each user profile.
It is recommended that the reader has basic knowledge of the Ascom VoWiFi system and
basic knowledge of VoWiFi Handset registration in the PBX.
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Abbreviations and Glossary
802.11a
IEEE 802.11 standard for transmission rate of up to 54Mbps, operates
in the 5GHz spectrum.
802.11b
IEEE 802.11 standard for transmission rate of up to 11Mbps, operates
in the 2.4GHz spectrum.
802.11g
IEEE 802.11 standard for transmission rate of up to 54Mbps, operates
in the 2.4GHz spectrum.
802.11d
IEEE 802.11 standard for regulatory domains.
802.11e
IEEE 802.11 standard that defines Quality of Service (QoS) for WLAN.
802.11i
Standard for security improvements for 802.11.
802.11n
IEEE 802.11 standard for transmission rate of up to 100 Mbps,
operates in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
802.11D
IEEE MAC Bridges standard (interworking for 802.11 among others).
802.11X
IEEE standard for port-based Network Access Control (authentication).
Ad-hoc WLAN
A WLAN between two wireless capable devices (normally PCs), where
no AP is involved.
AES
Advanced Encryption Standard.
ALS
Acoustic Location Signal
AP
Access Point
BSS
Basic Service Set. A WLAN with at least one AP that is configured for it.
BSSID
Basic Service Set Identifier. Hardcoded name of an ad-hoc WLAN,
usually the MAC adress of the radio. One type of SSID (the other being
ESSID).
CCX
Cisco Compatible eXtension
Centralized
Management
Centralized Management makes it possible to configure VoWiFi
Handsets without the administrator needs to collect them.
Device Manager
Application for management of portables, editing of parameters and
updating the portables with new software, running on IMS3.
DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Used to send config parameters
to TCP/IP clients.
DNS
Domain Name System
DSCP
Differentiated Services Code Point. QoS on the Network Layer. Used
both for WLANS and LANs.
DTIM
Delivery Traffic Indication Message
EAP
Extensible Authentication Protocol.
EAP-FAST
Flexible Authentication via secure tunneling.
EAP-TLS
EAP-Transport Layer Security.
ELISE
Embedded LInux SErver:
A hardware platform used for Unite modules
ESS
Enhanced System Service:
Unite module that handles centralized number planning, remote
connection, system supervision, fault handling, group handling,
message routing, centralized logging, activity logging, and user access
administration.
ESS
Extended Service Set. WLAN with multiple APs sharing the same SSID.
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ESSID
Extended Service Set Identifier. Identifying name of a WLAN - strictly it
is the identifying name of an AP and distinguishes WLANS from
another. ESSID is one type of SSID (the other being BSSID).
IGWP
IP Gateway PRI for connection to traditional ISDN-based PBXes. Ascom
VoIP Gateway.
IM
Interactive Messaging makes it possible to access information from an
application and control it by selecting a choice received in a message.
IMS3
Integrated Wireless Messaging and Services:
Unite module that enables wireless services to and from the VoWiFi
Handsets in a WLAN system. It also includes the Device Manager.
License
An authorization to use a licensed function.
MAC
Medium Access Control.
Messenger
VoWiFi Handset license for Messaging solutions
MWI
Message Waiting Indication
NTP
Network Time Protocol
OTA
Over The Air
PBX
Private Branch Exchange:
Telephone system within an enterprise that switches calls between
local lines and allows all users to share a certain number of external
lines.
PEAP
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol.
PDM
Portable Device Manager
Used for management of portables, editing of parameters and
updating the portables with new software.
PEAP
Protected Extensible Authentication Protocol.
PRI
Primary Rate Interfaces
Protector
VoWiFi Handset license for Personal security.
RSSI
Received Signal Strength Indication.
RTLS
Real-Time Location System
RTS
Request-To-Send.
PTT
Push-To-Talk
Services
Services are predefined functions such as Phone Call, Send Data, Send
Message etc. that can be accessible from the Service menu.
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol
SSID
Service Set Identifier. User friendly name of a WLAN. Identifier
attached to packets sent over a WLAN that acts as a password. Daily
used term for ESSID in an wireless ESS topology.
STA
Station. Client in a WiFi network.
QoS
Quality of Service: Defines to what extent transmission rates, error
rates etc. are guaranteed in advance.
Talker
VoWiFi Handset with basic functionality
Unite
Name of Ascom IP based system for handling, events, messages and
alarms.
Unite CM
Unite Connectivity Manager:
Unite module that enables messaging and alarm handling in a WLAN
system. It also includes the Device Manager.
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UP 6
User Presence (value between 0-7). Wireless QoS at the MAC Layer.
VoIP
Voice over IP.
VoWiFi
Wireless version of VoIP and refers to an IEEE 802.11a, b, g and n
network.
VoWLAN
Voice over WLAN.
WEP
Wired Equivalent Privacy.
Wi-Fi
Wireless Fidelity. Has become a name for wireless LAN networks.
Originator is Wi-Fi Alliance.
WLAN
Wireless Local Area Network. Refers to an IEEE 802.11a, b, g and n
network.
WMM
Wi-Fi Multimedia. A Wi-Fi Alliance interoperability certification, based
on the IEEE 802.11e standard. Provides basic QoS features to IEEE
802.11 networks.
WPA/WPA2
Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. Security method based on 802.11i standard
for wireless networks (data protection and network access control).
Functionality matrix
The following matrix shows which functionality that currently can be used by the different
versions and requires settings in the PDM.
Talker
Messenger
Protector
Company Phonebook
Yes
Yes
Yes
Central Phonebook
Yes
Yes
Yes
Centralized Management
Yes
Yes
Yes
Customized GUI
Yes
Yes
Yes
Interactive Messaging (IM)
No
Yes
Yes
Location
Yes
Yes
Yes
Push to Talk (PTT)
No
Yes
Yes
Multifunction Button
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Yes
Acoustic Location Signal (ALS)
No
No
Yes
Services
No
Yes
Yes
Voice Mail
Yes
Yes
Yes
Upload Language
Yes
Yes
Yes
Clear lists in charger
Yes
Yes
Ýes
Push Button Alarm
Man-down and No-movement alarm
a.
a
Applicable to Protector only. The handset version must be WH1-AAAA/2A or above (see label under
battery cover). These functions require a license.
The three versions Talker, Messenger and Protector use the same hardware and software,
and features are enabled by licensing. The Talker version is an unlicensed VoWiFi Handset
with basic functionality, and the Messenger and Protector versions are licensed VoWiFi
Handsets with additional functionalities such as messaging and alarm, respectively.
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Pre-Installation
Before installing VoWiFi Handsets in a VoWiFi system, make sure that all equipment is
available. It is recommended to set up chargers and charge the VoWiFi Handset batteries
before installation, and to have a number plan available for the VoWiFi Handsets. Also be
sure that the IP addressing plan is set up to support the amount of VoWiFi Handsets to be
deployed.
We assume that the VoWiFi system is installed including some or all of the following
components (depending on system configuration):
•
•
•
•
VoIP Gateway. This is the gateway for ISDN primary rate interfaces (PRI) in the Ascom
VoWiFi. It serves as a link between traditional telephony and VoWiFi telephony.
DHCP Server. A DHCP server allows devices to request and obtain an IP address from a
server which has a list of addresses available for assignment. If the WLAN does not have
access to a DHCP server, a list of static IP addresses is necessary.
Portable Device Manager. The PDM is used for administration and programming of the
VoWiFi Handsets. All settings and updates are in this case done via the DP1 Desktop
Programmer cradle connected over USB.
IMS3. The IMS3 handles all communication between thepackageinfo.inf WLAN and its
built-in Device Manager. Before installing the VoWiFi Handset make sure the IMS3 IP
address is available.
For effective administration of a VoWiFi system with several VoWiFi Handsets, it is required
to have both a PDM and a Device Manager included in the IMS3. In this case, the PDM is only
used to allow the VoWiFi Handset to access the WLAN system. All other settings and
updates are done with the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2.1
VoWiFi System IP addresses
Complete the table below with the IP addresses, as a help when configuring the VoWiFi
Handsets.
Device
IP address/Number/Port Required
a
VoIP Gateway
If used
IP-PBX
If used
IMS3
If used
Subnet Mask
b
If used
Number plan
NTP Server address
N/A
Yes
c
DNS Server addressb
VoIP settingsd
Yes
Central Phonebook
If used
ESS
If used
Syslog server
If used
TFTP server
If used
e
Ekahau RTLS
If used
DHCP range
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
The VoIP Gateway is not needed if an IP-PBX is used.
Only required if no DHCP is used, that is, static IP is used.
Depending on system configuration
Gatekeeper IP address or SIP proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
The IP address and port to the location server.
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The ESS might be used for setting up personal login accounts to the Device Manager in the
IMS3. The ESS is also used for advanced messaging management.
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Programming the VoWiFi Handset
This chapter describes how to configure VoWiFi Handsets in three different ways:
•
•
•
It is possible to configure the VoWiFi Handset by inserting it into a Desktop Programmer
DP1 cradle connected via USB to the PDM.
It is possible to configure the VoWiFi Handset via over-the-air (OTA) using the Device
Manager in the IMS3.
Note: Requires that the IP address to the IMS3 has been configured in the VoWiFi
Handset. The IP address is configured using PDM or via the VoWiFi Handset’s Admin
menu.
It is possible to configure the basic network settings of the VoWiFi Handset via its Admin
menu. See 9 Administration on page 61 for more information about the settings that
can be made.
It is recommended to use the Device Manager in IMS3 to configure VoWiFi Handsets in a
large system. The reason is that it enables to install, upgrade and configure a large amount
of VoWiFi Handsets simultaneously. Another benefit is that the collection of the VoWiFi
Handsets from the user is not needed.
The PDM enables configuration of one VoWiFi Handset at the time inserted in the Desktop
Programmer (DP1) connected via USB to the administrator’s computer.
It is also possible to upgrade the VoWiFi Handset’s software via an TFTP server1 and is
recommended for software upgrade over-the-air (OTA) in small systems when no IMS3 is
available.
Tip: It is recommended to use templates when configuring VoWiFi Handsets. By using a
template, the same configuration can easily be applied to many VoWiFi Handsets
simultaneously.
3.1
PDM
The PDM runs on a PC and is used for configuring the VoWiFi Handset as follows:
•
•
•
Connect a DP1 Desktop Programmer cradle via USB to the computer running PDM.
Start PDM.
Place the VoWiFi Handset in this cradle connected to PDM.
For instructions on how to install and use the PDM, see Installation and Operation Manual,
Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN.
PDM
2.
Figure
Figure 2. Configuration of VoWiFi Handsets via PDM
1.
If TFTP server is used, it is only possible to upload software to the VoWiFi Handset. Additional configuration, such as
parameter settings, is performed via PDM or the Device Manager in IMS3.
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IMS3
The IMS3 runs on an ELISE3 module.
For instructions on how to use the IMS3, see Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3,
TD 92762EN.
3.2.1
Over-the-Air
There is no external equipment needed besides the Device Manager in IMS3 and VoWiFi
system. Please proceed with 4 Installation of VoWiFi Handsets on page 8.
Ascom
VoWiFi
System
IP
Device Manager
in IMS3
3.
AP
Access Point
Client
Figure
Figure 3. Configuration of VoWiFi Handsets via Over-the-Air (OTA)
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Installation of VoWiFi Handsets
This section describes the recommended procedure for installing and configuring VoWiFi
Handsets. There are several ways to install a VoWiFi Handset, but the procedures described
here guarantees simple maintenance of the network.
It is recommended to use the Device Manager in IMS3 to install and maintain VoWiFi
Handsets in a large network. The reason is that it enables to install, upgrade and configure a
large amount of VoWiFi Handsets simultaneously. Another benefit is that the collection of
the VoWiFi Handsets from the user is not needed due to configuration is performed over the
air (OTA). The VoWiFi Handset must first be configured in the PDM to access the IMS3 later
on. See Installation steps in large VoWiFi Systems using IMS3 and PDM.
The PDM enables administration of one VoWiFi Handset at the time inserted in a Desktop
Programmer (DP1) connected via USB to the administrator’s computer. See Installation
steps in small VoWiFi Systems using PDM.
Installation steps in large VoWiFi Systems using IMS3 and PDM
Note: If the VoWiFi Handset to be installed must use certificate to access a WLAN, follow the
instructions in chapter 4.2 Installation without Central Device Management (IMS3) on page
11.
These WLAN settings are common network settings for all VoWiFi Handsets.
1
Create templates in the Device Manager in IMS3; one with network settings and
another with common settings.
2
Create Numbers and apply the templates.
3
Create a template with identical network settings in the PDM.
See 4.1 Installation with Central Device Management (IMS3) on page 8 for more
information.
Installation steps in small VoWiFi Systems using PDM
1
Create Numbers.
2
Create one template for all settings in the PDM.
See 4.2 Installation without Central Device Management (IMS3) on page 11 for more
information.
4.1
Installation with Central Device Management (IMS3)
When installing a large amount of VoWiFi Handsets in a VoWiFi system, it is recommended
to have both the IMS3 and the PDM to make the maintenance and handling of the system as
simple as possible.
4.1.1
Create a Network Template in the IMS3
Create one template that contains the network parameters (also include the security
settings). Besides the network parameters, additional parameters might also be set, for
example VoIP settings and IP address to IMS3. The template must be created to prevent
the IMS3 from restoring the parameters to default during the first synchronization.
Note: Only select the parameters that are changed, if all parameters are selected the system
performance decreases.
1
Open a webbrowser and enter the address to the IMS3.
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Click “Device Manager“. You might be prompted to log on the Device Manager.
3
Select the Templates tab and click “New“. The New template window is opened.
4
In the Device type and Parameter version drop-down lists, select the corresponding
device type and parameter version to use, respectively.
5
In the Name field, enter a descriptive name of the template.
6
Click “OK“.
7
Set the following network parameters:
•
•
•
•
8
Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
Syslog settings3 (if any) (located under Device > General)
Unite settings4 (located under Device > Unite)
Click “OK“ to save the template.
Tip: See Appendix A for tip on how to work with templates when using both PDM and IMS3.
4.1.2
Create a Common Template in the IMS3
Create another template with the common VoWiFi Handset settings applicable to all VoWiFi
Handsets (exclude the parameters and security settings configured in the Network
template). This template contains for example, hidden menu items in the display, certain
level of ring signal and vibrators.
Note: Only select the parameters that are changed, if all parameters are selected the system
performance decreases.
1
Open a webbrowser and enter the address to the IMS3.
2
Click “Device Manager“.
3
Select the Templates tab and click “New“.
4
In the Device Type and Parameter version drop-down lists, select the corresponding
device type and parameter version to use, respectively.
5
In the Name field, enter a descriptive name of the template.
6
Set the specific parameters. See section 4.4 Configure a Handset with a Template on
page 12 for more information.
4.1.3
Create Numbers in the IMS3
Create a range of Numbers and apply the templates previously created in the IMS3.
IMPORTANT: Do not add numbers already used because these VoWiFi Handsets already
exist in the system although not saved in the Device Manager in IMS3. The Device Manager
will overwrite the existing parameters in the VoWiFi Handset.
Note: The parameter version of the template must be equal to or less than the selected
parameter version.
1.
2.
3.
4.
1
Open a web browser and enter the address to the IMS3.
2
Click “Device Manager“.
3
Select the Numbers tab and click “New“. The New numbers window is opened.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
For example VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
The parameter “Syslog“ must be enabled in order to set the “Syslog IP address“.
IIP address and password (if any) to the IMS3.
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In the Device Type and Parameter version drop-down lists, select the device type and
the parameter version to use, respectively. Note: The device type and parameter
version must match the VoWiFi Handsets to be used to apply the template.
5
In the Prefix field, enter the numbers’ prefix (if needed).
6
Create a range of numbers by selecting the “Range“ option. Enter the start call
number and the end call number in the fields, respectively. Click “OK”.
Note: The maximum range that can be added at a time are 100 numbers.
7
Apply the network settings template to the selected VoWiFi Handsets. See 4.4.2
Apply a Template to a Handset with a Number on page 13.
8
Apply the common settings template to the selected VoWiFi Handsets. See 4.4.2
Apply a Template to a Handset with a Number on page 13.
9
Close the IMS3.
4.1.4
Create a Network Template with Initial Configuration in the PDM
In a factory delivered VoWiFi Handset, the WLAN settings are not configured that is required
to access the IMS3. Using the PDM allows the VoWiFi Handset to be primed with the WLAN
parameters and allows it to log in to the Device Manager in IMS3 for future management
over the air.
Create a template with the basic network settings and IP adress to IMS3. This template is
only used once for each VoWiFi Handset since it must access the WLAN and then log on the
Device Manager. After log in, the settings in the VoWiFi Handset are changed according to
the templates in the Device Manager in IMS3.
1
Open the PDM.
2
Do one of the following:
•
•
If a network template was created in the Device Manager in IMS3, export this
template and import it to PDM. See Appendix A for more information.
(Recommended)
Create a template (see 4.4.1 Create a template on page 12) with the following
network parameters:
- Network settingsa (located under Network > Network A (B, C, or D)
- Unite settingsb (located under Device > Unite)
Note: The parameters in this template should be identical to the parameters
in the network template created in the IMS3.
a.
b.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
IP adddress and password (if any) to IMS3.
3
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
4
Run the template. See 4.4.3 Apply a Template to Handset without a Number on page
13.
5
Remove the VoWiFi Handset when synchronisation is finished.
6
Enter the Number and the password 1 (if any) . Press “Login“.
Settings that were stored for the VoWiFi Handset in the Device Manager in IMS3 will now be
downloaded to the VoWiFi Handset. This can, for example, be unique soft- or hotkeys that
have been prepared earlier. When the settings have been downloaded to the VoWiFi
Handset, it might be restarted depending on the parameter changes.
7
1.
Repeat step 3 – 6 for all VoWiFi Handsets.
The password is only required if the “Password“ parameter is set.
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Installation without Central Device Management (IMS3)
In a small VoWiFi system, the administration can be handled using only the PDM.
The synchronization is in this case not handled automatically by the system when a VoWiFi
Handset’s parameters are changed in the PDM. When the parameters have been changed in
PDM, each VoWiFi Handset must be placed in the DP1 cradle connected to the
administrator’s computer in order to synchronize the parameters with the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Open the PDM.
2
In the Numbers tab, click “New“. The New numbers window is opened.
3
In the Device Type and Parameter version drop-down lists, select the matching
device type and the parameter version for the VoWiFi Handset to be use, respectively.
4
In the Prefix field, enter the numbers’ prefix (if needed).
5
Create a range of numbers by selecting the “Range“ option. Enter the start call
number and the end call number in the fields, respectively.
6
Click “OK”.
7
Create a network settings template (see 4.4.1 Create a template on page 12) with
the following network parameters:
•
8
Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
Create another template (see 4.4.1 Create a template on page 12) with the common
VoWiFi Handset settings applicable to all VoWiFi Handsets (exclude the network
parameters and used security settings). Example of parameters settings:
•
•
•
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
Software TFTP IP address (if any) (located under Device > General)
Syslog settings3 (if any) (located under Device > General)
In addition, settings for hiding menu items in the display, certain level of ring signal
and vibrators etc can also be configured.
9
Apply the network settings template to the VoWiFi Handset, see 4.4.2 Apply a
Template to a Handset with a Number on page 13.
10
Apply the common settings template to the VoWiFi Handset, see 4.4.2 Apply a
Template to a Handset with a Number on page 13.
11
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
12
In the Device Wizard window, select “Associate with number“ and press “OK“.
13
Select the VoWiFi Handset to associate with. Press “OK“.
The number and parameter settings saved in the PDM will now be synchronized with the
VoWiFi Handset. In addition, the VoWiFi Handset’s Device ID will also be synchronized with
the number in the PDM.
If certificates must be used to access a VoWiFi system, also perform the steps 14 - 19.
1.
2.
3.
14
In the Numbers tab, right-click the VoWiFi Handset’s number and select “Edit
certificates“. An Edit certificate window opens.
15
In the Root tab and Client tab, click “Edit“ and select the certificates to import. Click
“Close“.
16
In the Numbers tab, right-click the VoWiFi Handset’s number and select “Edit
parameters“.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
The parameter “Syslog“ must be enabled in order to set the “Syslog IP address“.
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Select “Network X“ (X represents A, B, C, or D).
18
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “EAP-TLS“.
19
In the EAP client certificate drop-down list, select the client certificate to be used.
Click “OK“.
20
Remove the VoWiFi Handset when synchronisation is finished.
Repeat the steps 11-13, 20 (if needed, perform the steps 14-19) for all VoWiFi Handsets.
4.3
Installation using the Handset’s Admin Menu
It is possible to install a VoWiFi Handset using its Admin menu. This is useful when no PDM/
IMS3 is available and the VoWiFi Handset needs to be installed quickly.
Note: It is only possible to configure the basic settings via the Admin menu.
1
There are two options to access the Admin menu:
•
•
If the VoWiFi Handset has been factory reset or not been configured; in idle mode,
enter 40022.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been configured; press “Menu“, select “Settings“ and
enter 40022.
Once the Admin menu is accessed it is reachable from the menu "Calls".
2
Set the following parameters:
•
•
•
•
4.4
Network settings1 (located under Network setup)
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
Unite settings3 (if any) (located under Unite)
Syslog settings4 (if any) (located under Syslog)
Configure a Handset with a Template
It is possible to select a VoWiFi Handset in the PDM and directly change one or more
configuration parameters. By using a template, the same configuration can easily be applied
to many VoWiFi Handsets simultaneously. Templates are also an efficient way to give good
control over which changes that are applied to each VoWiFi Handset.
Templates enables configuration of all aspects of a VoWiFi Handset from sound volume to
keypad shortcuts.
Your supplier can provide example templates for different PBX:s. The VoWiFi Handset will
have full functionality towards the PBX even without such a template. By using such a
template, though, the VoWiFi Handset will be customized for that PBX with menu options
for PBX specific functions.
4.4.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
Create a template
1
Open the PDM or the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
Select the Templates tab and open the menu “Template > New...“. The New Template
window is opened.
3
Select the device type and parameter version that matches the software version
installed on the VoWiFi Handset. Give the template a descriptive name.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode
VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
IP address and password (if any) to the IMS3.
The parameter “Syslog“ must be enabled in order to set the “Syslog IP address“.
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The parameters that are not part of the template will be left unchanged on the VoWiFi
Handset. The parameter version of an installed VoWiFi Handset is visible under the Numbers
tab or the Devices tab.
4
Click “OK“.
5
Select the checkbox of each parameter that you want to be part of this template and
enter the proper value.
6
Click “OK“ to save the template.
4.4.2
Apply a Template to a Handset with a Number
1
Open the PDM or the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
In the Numbers tab, select the VoWiFi Handset(s) you want to apply the template to.
Note: If several VoWiFi Handsets shall be selected, they must be of the same device type
and have the same parameter version.
3
Make a right-click and select “Run template...“.
Only templates with a parameters version matching the selected VoWiFi Handsets will be
shown. Select the template you want to apply and click “OK“.
The template is applied. The number of parameters in the template will affect the time it
takes to apply the template to the selected VoWiFi Handsets.
When looking at a VoWiFi Handset under the Numbers tab, the column “Last run template“
will show the name of the most recently applied template.
Tip: It is also possible to apply a template on several VoWiFi Handsets of the same device
type simultaneously using the Baseline function, see Installation and Operation Manual,
IMS3, TD 92762EN. This function cannot be used to download certificates to the VoWiFi
Handsets.
4.4.3
Apply a Template to Handset without a Number
Note: This feature is only applicabIe for the PDM. However, in the Device Manager in IMS3, it
is possible to apply a template to a VoWiFi Handset without a number using the Baseline
function. The Baseline function or a template cannot be used to download certificates to the
VoWiFi Handsets. See Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
It is possible to apply a template to a VoWiFi Handset without a number in the PDM.
1
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
In the Found Device Wizard window, select the “Run template“ option.
3
Click “Next >“.
Only templates with a parameter version matching the selected VoWiFi Handset will be
shown.
4
Select the template that shall be applied and click “OK“.
The template is applied. The number of parameters in the template will affect the time it
takes to apply the template to the selected VoWiFi Handset.
4.4.4
Save Handset Configuration as a Template
It is possible to save all settings of a VoWiFi Handset as template. Note that this does not
include contacts, certificates and other personal data. The template will only contain
configuration data.
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This template can be used as a backup if you want to restore the configuration of the
VoWiFi Handset at a later stage or as a template that can be applied to a number of VoWiFi
Handsets.
1
Open PDM or the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
In the Numbers tab, select the VoWiFi Handset you want to save as a template.
3
Make a right-click and select “Use as a template...“. Enter a descriptive name for the
template.
4
The Edit template window is opened. By default, all parameters are selected and are
saved when clicking “OK“.
If one or more parameters should be excluded, remove them by clearing the checkbox
next to the parameter.
Some parameters are user specific. If it is decided to apply this type of template to
several VoWiFi Handsets, it is recommended to exclude the following parameters:
•
•
•
5
4.4.5
User display text - A text string displayed in idle mode. The parameter is located
directly under “Settings“.
Phone lock PIN code - The security code used to unlock the keypad. The parameter
is located under Settings > Locks.
Endpoint ID - The identity/name of the user registered in the PBX. The parameter
is located under VoIP > General.
Click “OK“.
Synchronizing a Handset with PDM
After installing and saving a VoWiFi Handset, it will be synchronized each time it is
connected to the PDM. The synchronization transfers parameter changes between the
VoWiFi Handset and the PDM and vice versa as follows:
•
•
If a parameter has been changed in the VoWiFi Handset, it will be transferred to the
PDM/IMS3.
If a parameter has been changed in the PDM/IMS3 while the VoWiFi Handset was
disconnected, it will be transferred to the VoWiFi Handset.
If the same parameter has been changed in both the PDM/IMS3 and the VoWiFi Handset,
the value in PDM/IMS3 will be transferred to the VoWiFi Handset.
4.4.6
Configure Handset without Saving It in PDM
It is possible to configure a VoWiFi Handset without saving it in the PDM. An unsaved VoWiFi
Handset do not have the symbol
in the Saved column. The settings in the VoWiFi Handset
can be synchronized and saved in the PDM later on. However, it is recommended to save the
VoWiFi Handset in PDM if backup is needed. For example when a VoWiFi Handset needs to
be replaced.
1
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
Open PDM.
3
In the Numbers tab, select the unsaved VoWiFi Handset you want to configure.
4
Select Number > Edit parameters.
5
The Edit parameters window is opened. Edit the parameters of the VoWiFi Handset
and click “OK“.
6
Remove the VoWiFi Handset from the DP1 cradle. The VoWiFi Handset is no longer
visible in the PDM and the settings are only saved in the VoWiFi Handset.
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Maintenance
5.1
Handset
In an existing VoWiFi system it is important to be able to replace VoWiFi Handsets, install
new VoWiFi Handsets and exchange faulty VoWiFi Handsets. The recommended procedure
is to use a template with basic network settings for log in, created in the PDM, and then get
the rest of the settings that were created by the templates in Device Manager in IMS3.
Another important matter is to be able to upgrade system parameters and security settings
in the VoWiFi Handsets. These upgrades are preferably done in the IMS3 if available.
If PDM and IMS3 are used, do one of the following:
•
•
If you want to install new VoWiFi Handset, see 4.1 Installation with Central Device
Management (IMS3) on page 8.
If you want to create spare VoWiFi Handsets to be used when broken VoWiFi Handsets
need to be replaced later on, see 5.1.1 Configure Spare VoWiFi Handsets without a
Number in Large Systems.
If only PDM is used, do one of the following:
•
•
5.1.1
If you want to install new VoWiFi Handset, see 4.2 Installation without Central Device
Management (IMS3) on page 11.
If you want to replace a broken VoWiFi Handset, see 5.2.4 Replacement of Handset with
PDM Only on page 24.
Configure Spare VoWiFi Handsets without a Number in Large Systems
In large systems where IMS3 is used, it is recommended to configure a couple of spare
VoWiFi Handsets without a number in order to quickly replace an broken VoWiFi Handset
later on.
Create a Template
1
Open PDM.
2
Select the Templates tab and click “New“. The New template window is opened.
3
In the Device type and Parameter version drop-down lists, select the matching device
type and parameter version for the spare VoWiFi Handset to use, respectively.
4
In the Name field, enter a descriptive name of the template.
5
Click “OK“.
6
Set the following network parameters:
• Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
• VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
• Syslog settings3 (if any) (located under Device > General)
• Unite settings4 (if any) (located under Device > Unite)
7
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click “OK“ to save the template.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
For example VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
The parameter “Syslog“ must be enabled in order to set the “Syslog IP address“.
IIP address and password (if any) to the IMS3.
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Apply Template to a Handset without a Number
1
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
In the Found Device Wizard window, select the “Run template“ option.
3
Click “Next >“.
Only templates with a parameter version matching the selected VoWiFi Handset will be
shown.
4
Select the template that shall be applied and click “OK“.
The template is applied. The number of parameters in the template will affect the time it
takes to apply the template to the selected VoWiFi Handset.
5
Switch off the VoWiFi Handset when User name and Password are displayed.
Tip: If the VoWiFi Handset shall replace a broken VoWiFi Handset, continue with 5.2.2
Replacement of Handset with IMS3 on page 21.
5.1.2
Upgrade Handset Software
Note: Pay attention to the software Release Notes before changing the software.
The software in the VoWiFi VoWiFi Handset can be upgraded either Over the Air (OTA) via
the TFTP, the PDM by USB cable, or OTA via Centralised Device Management (IMS3).
5.1.3
Upgrade Software OTA via TFTP
Software upgrade OTA via TFTP is used in small VoWifi systems and is recommended to use
if no IMS3 is available. The benefit is that the VoWiFi Handsets do not need to be collected
by the administrator since the software upgrade is peformed over the air.
In order to upgrade the software via TFTP, the following must be done:
1
If needed, the VoWiFi Handset must be configured in PDM to access a TFTP server, see
Configure Access to the TFTP Server.
Tip: It is recommended to configure the TFTP server’s IP address when installing the
VoWiFi Handsets. See 4.2 Installation without Central Device Management (IMS3) on
page 11.
2
If needed, a new software information file (packageinfo.inf) and a software (.bin) file
must be uploaded to the TFTP server. These files are provided by your supplier. See
the manual for the TFTP server used for more information on how to upload files.
3
The VoWiFi Handset must be restarted. When the VoWiFi Handset has been
restarted, it connects to the TFTP server and downloads the software information file
(.inf) that contains information about the software version. If the software version
differs from the VoWiFi Handset’s software version, the VoWiFi Handset will
download the software file (.bin) from the TFTP server. The VoWiFi Handset will be
restarted when the software upgrade is performed.
Configure Access to the TFTP Server
1
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
Open the PDM.
3
Open the Numbers tab and select the VoWiFi Handset.
4
Make a right-click and click “Edit parameters“.
5
Select Device > General.
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In the Software TFTP IP address field, enter the IP address to the TFTP server.
7
Click “OK“.
5.1.4
Upgrade Software via PDM
Software upgrade via PDM is used in small VoWiFi systems or when IMS3 is not available.
The VoWiFi Handsets need to be collected by the administrator due to the software upgrade
is performed via the Desktop Programmer DP1 connected to PDM.
1
Open the PDM.
2
In the Devices tab, right-click the VoWiFi Handset to be upgraded. Select “Upgrade
software...“.
3
In the Available files drop-down list, select the desired software file (.bin).
If needed, import the software file to be used by clicking “Import“. Locate the
software file (.bin or .pkg) and click “Open“.
4
5.1.5
Click “OK“.
Upgrade Software Over the Air (OTA) via Centralised Device Management (IMS3)
Software upgrade via IMS3 is used in large VoWiFi systems. The benefit is that the VoWiFi
Handsets do not need to be collected by the administrator due to the software upgrade is
peformed over the air (OTA).
1
Open the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
Open the Devices tab and select the VoWiFi Handsets to be upgraded.
3
Make a right-click and click “Upgrade software...”.
4
In the Available software drop-down list, select the desired software file (.bin).
If needed, import the software file to be used by clicking “Import“. Locate the
software file (.bin or .pkg) and click “Open“.
5
In the Upgrade section and Activate new software section, select when the software
shall be upgraded and activated on the VoWiFi Handset, respectively.
6
Click “OK“.
Tip: It is also possible to upgrade several VoWiFi Handsets of the same device type
simultaneously using the Baseline function in the IMS3. See Installation and Operation
Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
5.1.6
Recapture the Earlier Software
The VoWiFi Handset stores two software versions which makes it possible to force the
VoWiFi Handset to jump back to the earlier software. This feature shall be used if the current
software does not work properly.
Note: The VoWiFi Handset must be switched off to be able to load the earlier software.
Press and hold the keys “7” and “8” and press On/Off key at the same time. The VoWiFi
Handset loads the earlier software and will keep it as long it is not restarted.
5.1.7
Upgrade Handset Functionality using License
TIp: It is recommended to read the Function Description, Product Licensing Overview,
TD 92677GB before reading this section. The document describes how to view current
license(s), purchase license(s) and the technical solution of the upgrading alternatives
described below.
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It is possible to upgrade a VoWiFi Handset by downloading a license. The following licenses
are available:
•
•
•
•
•
•
License for i62 Messenger
License for i62 Protector
Upgrading license i62 Messenger to Protector
License Ekahau i62, see 6.15 Location on page 54 for additional settings.
License Shared Phone i62, see 6.5.9 Shared Phone on page 38 for additional settings.
License mandown/nomovement i62, see 6.8.5 Man-down and No-movement Alarm on
page 47 for additional settings.
There are three alternatives for upgrading a VoWiFi Handset:
•
•
•
Automatic upgrade, see Automatic license upgrade .
License upgrade using import/export, see License upgrade using import/export.
Manual upgrade, see Manual license upgrade.
Note: A VoWiFi Handset can be re-licensed up to 99 times.
Automatic license upgrade
Use this option if the PDM has an Internet connection to the License Server.
1
Open the PDM.
2
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
First time the VoWiFi Handset logs on the PDM, the license key will automatically be
downloaded to the VoWiFi Handset, go to step 4.
3
If the VoWiFi Handset has been logged on to the PDM before, no automatic check for
licenses will be done. The PDM and License Server must be synchronized as follows;
•
•
•
Select the “Licences“ tab.
Right-click the VoWiFi Handset in the list.
Select “Refresh“.
The license key will now be downloaded to the VoWiFi Handset.
4
The VoWiFi Handset will be restarted. See also 5.1.7 Upgrade Handset Functionality
using License on page 17 for viewing the VoWiFi Handset’s license option(s).
If the VoWiFi Handset has been updated to a new device type (that is i62 Messenger
or i62 Protector), both the new device and the old device are displayed in PDM. The
old device has to be manually removed.
License upgrade using import/export
Use this option if the PDM has no Internet connection to the License Server. A product
information file (.XML) must first be exported from the PDM, and then imported to the
License Web.
1
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
Open the PDM.
•
•
•
•
Select the “Licences“ tab.
Right-click the VoWiFi Handset(s) in the list.
Select “Export“.
Save the file on a computer with Internet connection to access the License Web
later on.
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In a web browser, enter the address to the License Web:
“https://www.ascom-ws.com/Licenses“.
The License Web is used for;
•
•
•
Importing the product information file
Viewing/Purchasing the license(s) for the VoWiFi Handset(s)
Downloading the license file containing the license key(s) for the VoWiFi
Handset(s)
See the online help on the License Web or Function Description, Product Licensing
Overview, TD 92677GB for information on how to use the License Web.
4
When the license file (.XML) containing the license key(s) has been downloaded from
the License Web, select File > Import > Licences in the PDM to import the file.
5
When the file is imported, the license key(s) is downloaded to the VoWiFi Handset(s),
and the VoWiFi Handset will be restarted. See also 5.1.7 Upgrade Handset
Functionality using License on page 17 for viewing the VoWiFi Handset’s license
option(s).
If the VoWiFi Handset has been updated to a new device type (that is i62 Messenger
or i62 Protector), both the new device and the old device are displayed in PDM. The
old device has to be manually removed.
Manual license upgrade
Use this option if the serial numbers of the VoWiFi Handset cannot be exported to a file due
to a PDM is not in use. The serial number(s) must be manually entered in the License Web to
get the corresponding license key for the VoWiFi Handset. The license key must also be
manually entered in the VoWiFi Handset. See the online help on the License Web or the
Function Description, Product Licensing Overview, TD 92677GB for information on how to
get a license key.
Tip: If several VoWiFi Handsets shall be upgraded, it is recommended to use License upgrade
using import/export on page 18.
The license key is added via the Admin menu in the VoWiFi Handset, see 9.1 Admin Menu
Tree on page 61 for information on how to activate the Admin menu.
Tip: It is also possible to press *#35# in idle mode for quick access to the “Enter license key“
menu.
1
Press the soft key “Menu“.
2
Select “Calls“.
3
Select “Admin menu“.
4
Select “Enter license key“.
5
Enter license key without blanks.
6
Press “OK“.
If the license key is valid, a dialog window “License key accepted“ is shown. The VoWiFi
Handset will now be restarted.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been updated to a new device type (that is i62 Messenger or
i62 Protector), both the new device and the old device are displayed in PDM. The old device
has to be manually removed.
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Move License
It is possible to move a product license (Protector or Messenger) to an unlicensed handset
(Talker). Any optional licenses will follow. For example, a Protector license can be moved
from a handset with a broken display to an unlicensed handset. The broken handset (now a
Talker) can then be sent for repair.
Prerequisites: A PDM or Device Manager that supports the move license function, and a
connection to the license server.
To move a license using the PDM:
1
Put the licensed handset in the desktop programmer.
2
On the Licenses tab, select the handset online.
3
On the License menu, click “Move license...”.
4
In the Move license dialog, select the unlicensed handset and click “OK”.
The handset in the desktop programmer is restarted.
5
Put the unlicensed handset in the desktop programmer.
6
On the Licenses tab, select the handset online.
7
On the License menu, click “Refresh”.
The handset in the desktop programmer is restarted.
To move a license using the Device Manager:
1
On the Licenses tab, select the licensed handset (must be online).
2
On the License menu, click “Move license...”.
3
In the Move license dialog, select the unlicensed handset and click “OK”.
Both handsets are restarted.
4
If the unlicensed handset is currently shutdown:
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•
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5.1.8
Switch on the handset.
On the Licenses tab, select the handset.
On the License menu, click “Refresh”.
The handset is restarted.
Perform a Factory reset
When a factory reset is done on a VoWiFi Handset, all configuration settings will be restored
to default values; PBX subscriptions, contacts, messages, downloaded language, certificate
etc. will be removed. The software and licenses will be left intact.
Factory Reset using PDM
1
Open the PDM.
2
Put the VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
3
In the Device tab, mark the VoWiFi Handset to be facory reset. Note that the VoWiFi
Handset must be online.
4
In the Device menu, select “Factory reset“. Alternatively, right-click the VoWiFi
Handset and select “Factory reset“.
5
A Reset devices window appears, click “Yes“. The VoWiFi Handset will be restarted.
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Factory Reset using Handset
It is possible to factory reset a VoWiFi Handset from its Admin menu.
5.2
1
To activate the Admin menu, select Menu > Settings and enter 40022.
2
Select “Factory Reset“.
3
A Reset portable? window appears, press “Yes“. The VoWiFi Handset will be
restarted.
Replacement of VoWiFi Handsets
A VoWiFi Handset can be replaced with a spare VoWiFi Handset if it is broken. The VoWiFi
Handset registered in PDM or IMS3, is associated with its device type, device ID and
extension. During the replacement procedure, the broken VoWiFi Handset’s device type and
extension will be associated with the spare VoWiFi Handset’s device ID.
5.2.1
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Replacement Procedure Choice
If you have IMS3 and already have applied the network template to the spare VoWiFi
Handset(s) to log on it later on, see 5.2.2 Replacement of Handset with IMS3.
If you have both PDM and IMS3, and need to apply the network template to the spare
VoWiFi Handset(s) to log on it later on, see 5.2.3 Replacement of the Handset with PDM
and IMS3.
If you only have PDM, see 5.2.4 Replacement of Handset with PDM Only.
Data included in a replacement transfer
The following data is replaced during a replacement:
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User parameters
Contacts (entered by the user)
Note that the following data is not replaced:
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5.2.2
Call list
Messages
Company phonebook
Downloaded language
Certificates
Licenses1
Replacement of Handset with IMS3
There are two different replacement procedures as follows:
•
•
1.
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have the same device type
and functionality license, see Replace without Move Licenses in IMS3.
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have not the same device
type and/or functionality license. The license must be moved to the spare VoWiFi
Handset, see Replace and Move Licenses in IMS3 on page 22.
A VoWiFi Handset’s license(s) can be moved to an unlicensed VoWiFi Handset (Talker) if following the replacement
instructions in Replace and Move Licenses in IMS3 on page 22.
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Replace without Move Licenses in IMS3
Both the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset must be of the same device
type and have same functionality license.
1
In both VoWiFi Handsets, press *#34# in idle mode and select “License“ to check
that they have same device type and licenses.
If the login screen is displayed in the spare VoWiFi Handset, press “Info“ and select
“License“.
2
If the broken VoWiFi Handset is online in the Device Manager, switch off the VoWiFi
Handset to make it offline.
3
Take a spare VoWiFi Handset prepared with the network settings (including the IPadress to the IMS3).
4
Enter the Number and leave the password blank. Press “Login“.
The spare VoWiFi Handset is automatically updated from the IMS3 and might be restarted
depending on the changed settings. The last stored settings for the broken VoWiFi Handset
in the IMS3 has been transfered to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
Replace and Move Licenses in IMS3
The broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset do not have the same device
type and/or have the same functionality license.
In order to move the licenses to the spare VoWiFi Handset, it must be an unlicensed Talker.
To check that the VoWiFi Handset is unlicensed, press *#34# in idle mode and select
“License“ . Only i62 Talker must be displayed here.
1
Make sure that the broken VoWiFi Handset is saved in the Device Manager (indicated
by a
in the Saved column. If not, in the Numbers tab, right-click the broken VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“.
2
Switch off the broken VoWiFi Handset to make it offline in the Device Manager.
3
Take an unlicensed spare VoWiFi Handset (Talker) prepared with the network
settings (including the IP-adress to the IMS3).
4
Enter the number and leave the password blank. Press “Login”. The VoWiFi Handset
is now online in the Device Manager.
5
Make sure that the spare VoWiFi Handset is saved in the Device Manager (indicated
by a
in the Saved column. If not, in the Numbers tab, right-click the spare VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“.
6
Switch off the spare VoWiFi Handset to make it offline in the Device Manager.
7
Switch on the broken VoWiFi Handset to make it online in the Device Manager.
8
In the Device Manager, select the “Licenses“ tab.
9
Right-click the broken VoWiFi Handset and select “Move license...“.
10
In the Move license window, select the Talker that should receive the license. Press
“OK“.
11
The broken VoWiFi Handset restarts and has now become a Talker. Switch off the
broken VoWiFi Handset to make it offline in the Device Manager.
12
Switch on the spare VoWiFi Handset to make it online in the Device Manager.
13
In the Device Manager, select the “Licenses“ tab. Right-click the spare VoWiFi
Handset and select “Refresh“.
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The spare VoWiFi Handset is automatically updated from the IMS3 and restarted. The last
stored settings and licenses for the broken VoWiFi Handset in the IMS3 has been transfered
to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
5.2.3
Replacement of the Handset with PDM and IMS3
If the spare VoWiFi Handset to be used must be factory reset or no network template has
been applied, a PDM is needed to apply the network template to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
When the network template is added, the VoWiFi Handset can log on to the Device Manager.
There are two different replacement procedures as follows:
•
•
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have the same device type
and functionality license, see Replace without Move Licenses using PDM and IMS3.
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have not the same device
type and/or functionality license. The license must be moved to the spare VoWiFi
Handset, see Replace and Move License using PDM and IMS3 on page 23.
Replace without Move Licenses using PDM and IMS3
Both the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset must be of the same device
type and have same functionality license.
1
In the VoWiFi Handset, press *#34# in idle mode and select “License“ to check that
both VoWiFi Handsets have same device type and licenses.
2
Make sure that the broken VoWiFi Handset is saved in the Device Manager (indicated
by a
in the Saved column. If not, in the Numbers tab, right-click the broken VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“.
3
Switch off the broken VoWiFi Handset to make it offline.
If the spare VoWiFi Handset is not prepared with the basic network settings, also perform
the steps 4 - 7.
4
Open the PDM.
5
Put the spare VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
6
Run the template with the basic network settings containing (see 4.4 Configure a
Handset with a Template on page 12):
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Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
Unite settings3 (located under Device > Unite)
7
Remove the VoWiFi Handset from the DP1 cradle. The VoWiFi Handset might be
restarted depending on parameter changes.
8
Enter the number and the password4 (if any). Press “Login”.
The spare VoWiFi Handset is automatically updated from the IMS3 and might be restarted
depending on the parameter changes. The last stored settings for the broken VoWiFi
Handset in the IMS3 has been transfered to the new VoWiFi Handset.
Replace and Move License using PDM and IMS3
The broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset do not have the same device
type and/or have the same functionality license.
1.
2.
3.
4.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP Proxy IP address used to access the PBX.
IP address and password (if any) to the IMS3.
The password is only required if the “Password“ parameter is set.
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In order to move the licenses to the spare VoWiFi Handset, it must be an unlicensed Talker.
To check that the VoWiFi Handset is unlicensed, press *#34# in idle mode and select
“License“ . Only i62 Talker must be displayed here.
1
Make sure that the broken VoWiFi Handset is saved in the Device Manager (indicated
by a
in the Saved column. If not, in the Numbers tab, right-click the broken VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“.
2
Switch off the broken VoWiFi Handset to make it offline.
3
Open the PDM.
4
Put the unlicensed spare VoWiFi Handset (Talker) in the DP1 cradle.
5
Run the template with the basic network settings containing (see 4.4 Configure a
Handset with a Template on page 12):
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•
•
Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
Unite settings3 (located under Device > Unite)
6
Remove the VoWiFi Handset from the DP1 cradle. The VoWiFi Handset is restarted.
7
Enter the number and the password3 (if any). Press “Login”.
8
Make sure that the spare VoWiFi Handset is saved in the Device Manager (indicated
by a
in the Saved column. If not, in the Numbers tab, right-click the spare VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“.
9
Switch off the spare VoWiFi Handset to make it offline.
10
Switch on the broken VoWiFi Handset to make it online.
11
In the Device Manager, select the “Licenses“ tab.
12
Right-click the broken VoWiFi Handset and select “Move license...“.
13
In the Move license window, select the Talker that should receive the license. Press
“OK“.
14
The broken VoWiFi Handset restarts and has now become a Talker. Switch off the
broken VoWiFi Handset to make it offline in the Device Manager.
15
Switch on the spare VoWiFi Handset to make it online in the Device Manager.
16
In the Device Manager, select the “Licenses“ tab. Right-click the spare VoWiFi
Handset and select “Refresh“.
The spare VoWiFi Handset is automatically updated from the IMS3 and restarted. The last
stored settings and licenses for the broken VoWiFi Handset in the IMS3 has been transfered
to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
5.2.4
Replacement of Handset with PDM Only
Replacement via PDM is used in small VoWiFi systems or when IMS3 is not available.
•
•
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have the same device type
and functionality license, see Replace without Move Licenses using PDM.
If the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset have not the same device
type and/or functionality license. The license must be moved to the spare VoWiFi
Handset, see Replace and Move Licenses using PDM.
Replace without Move Licenses using PDM
Both the broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset must be of the same device
type and have same functionality license.
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In both VoWiFi Handset, press *#34# in idle mode and select “License“ to check that
they have same device type and licenses.
Alternatively, if the spare VoWiFi Handset has been factory reset, press “Info“ and
select “License“.
2
Put the broken VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
3
Open the PDM.
4
Make sure that the VoWiFi Handset is saved in the PDM. In the Numbers tab, a saved
VoWiFi Handset has the symbol
in the Saved column. If not, right-click the VoWiFi
Handset and select “Save“ in order to transfer the settings to the spare VoWiFi
Handset later on.
5
If the spare VoWiFi Handset has been previously used, perform a factory reset, see
5.1.8 Perform a Factory reset on page 20.
6
Put the spare VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
7
A Found Device Wizard window appears. Select “Associate with Number“ and click
“Next >“.
8
In the list, select the broken VoWiFi Handset to be replaced with the spare VoWiFi
Handset. Click “OK“.
The broken VoWiFi Handset has been replaced and its settings have been transfered to the
spare VoWiFi Handset.
Replace and Move Licenses using PDM
The broken VoWiFi Handset and the spare VoWiFi Handset do not have the same device
type and/or have the same functionality license.
In order to move the licenses to the spare VoWiFi Handset, it must be an unlicensed Talker.
To check that the VoWiFi Handset is unlicensed, press *#34# in idle mode and select
“License“. Only i62 Talker must be displayed here.
1
Put the broken VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
2
Open the PDM.
3
Make sure that the broken VoWiFi Handset is saved in the PDM. In the Numbers tab, a
saved VoWiFi Handset has the symbol
in the Saved column. If not, right-click the
VoWiFi Handset and select “Save“ in order to transfer the settings to the spare
VoWiFi Handset later on.
4
Put an unlicensed spare VoWiFi Handset (Talker) in the DP1 cradle.
5
Run the template with the basic network settings containing (see 4.4 Configure a
Handset with a Template on page 12):
•
•
Network settings1 (located under Network > Network A, B, C, or D)
VoIP settings2 (located under VoIP)
The VoWiFi Handset might be restarted depending on parameter changes.
1.
2.
6
Put the broken VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
7
In the PDM, select the “Licenses“ tab.
8
Right-click the broken VoWiFi Handset and select “Move license...“.
9
In the Move license window, select the Talker that should receive the license. Press
“OK“. The broken VoWiFi Handset restarts and has now become an Talker.
10
Put the spare VoWiFi Handset in the DP1 cradle.
All required system settings for the WLAN. For example SSID and Security mode.
VoIP protocol, Gatekeeper IP address or SIP Proxy IP adress used to access the PBX.
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In the PDM, select the “Licenses“ tab. Right-click the spare VoWiFi Handset and select
“Refresh“.
The spare VoWiFi Handset is restarted and the licenses for the broken VoWiFi
Handset in the PDM has been transfered to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
12
A Found Device Wizard window appears. Select “Associate with Number“ and click
“Next >“.
13
In the list, select the broken VoWiFi Handset to be replaced with the spare VoWiFi
Handset. Click “OK“.
The spare VoWiFi Handset might be restarted and the settings for the broken VoWiFi
Handset in the PDM has been transfered to the spare VoWiFi Handset.
5.3
Change number of a VoWiFi Handset
It is possible to change the number of a VoWiFi Handset, but keep all other settings in the
VoWiFi Handset.
1
Open PDM or the Device Manager in IMS3.
2
Open the Numbers tab, and select the VoWiFi Handset to be updated with a new
number.
3
In the Number menu, select “Rename...“. Alternatively, right-click the VoWiFi Handset
and select “Rename...” from the menu that appears.
4
In the New prefix field, enter the new prefix (if needed).
5
In the New number field, enter the new number.
Note: Make sure that the new number is not existing in another system. If several VoWiFi
Handsets have the same number, their settings will overwrite each other when
synchronizing with IMS3/PDM.
6
Click “OK“.
The new number will be synchronized with the VoWiFi Handset when it is connected to PDM
or IMS3.
5.4
Update Parameters via IMS3
This section describes the general procedure on how to change/update parameters using
the IMS3. The update starts when the VoWiFi Handset is idle and will not interrupt an
ongoing call.
Note: Only select the parameters that are changed, if all parameters are selected, the
system performance decreases.
1
Open the IMS3.
2
Create a new template with only the parameters that shall be changed.
3
Select the numbers that should be updated and apply the template.
The VoWiFi Handsets are automatically updated from the IMS3 and might be
restarted depending of which parameters that are changed.
5.5
Perform a Security Upgrade via IMS3
This section describes how to perform an update/change of the WLAN password/
authentication using the IMS3.
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IMPORTANT: Change settings in the VoWiFi Handset before change settings in the AP. Else,
synchronisation of new settings to the VoWiFi Handset settings cannot be performed.
Tip: Leave one access point with the old configuration to allow switched off VoWiFi Handsets
to receive the updates when they are turned on. Bring the VoWiFi Handset to that APs
coverage area.
1
Open the IMS3.
2
Create a new template with the new security settings.
•
3
Security mode1
Apply the new template to the VoWiFi Handsets.
The VoWiFi Handsets are automatically updated from the IMS3 and restarted.
Note: At this time, the VoWiFi Handsets have no access to the WLAN system.
4
Change the security settings for the access points.
The VoWiFi Handsets are now able to access the WLAN.
5.6
Upgrade the Template
The upgrade procedure of the templates definition version is described in the Installation
and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN and Installation and
Operation Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
5.7
Create a Configuration Backup
It is recommended to have a backup of the configuration in the VoWiFi Handsets and the
site.
The backup procedure is described in the Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device
Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN and Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
1.
All required settings for the WLAN. For example User name, Password, Regulatory domain etc.
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Handset Configuration
The VoWiFi Handset requires some settings to function in the VoWiFi system. All settings
are done in the PDM/IMS3. This section describes the available settings for the VoWiFi
Handset. The first part explains network settings and the second VoWiFi Handset settings.
For more information, see the PDM Online Help that is accessible for each parameter by
clicking the icon
in the Edit parameters view, or the Installation and Operation Manual,
Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN.
6.1
Select Network
The VoWiFi Handset can switch between four different WLAN system configurations called
Network A, Network B, Network C, and Network D. The name can be changed (via PDM or
IMS3) and is visible in the VoWiFi Handset, see 6.1.2 Change Name of Network.
A VoWiFi Handset can be configured for up to four different WLANs but only for one IMS3
and one VoIP System.
The configured networks in PDM must have a SSID value in order to view them in the VoWiFi
Handset.
Network A is the default system and used throughout this manual.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Active network drop-down list, select “Network A”.
6.1.1
Change Active Network
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Active network drop-down list, select “Network A“, “Network B“, “Network C“,
or “Network D“.
6.1.2
Change Name of Network
The name is shown when selecting network in the VoWiFi Handset.
6.2
1
Select Network > Network A (or B, C, or D).
2
In the Network name field, enter the name of the network.
IP Address Settings
The IP address settings can be configured in two ways.
•
•
6.2.1
The VoWiFi Handset can configured to receive an IP address automatically from a DHCP
server, see 6.2.1 Automatic IP Address Settings.
If no DHCP server is used, an unique IP address must be entered manually for each
VoWiFi Handset, see 6.2.2 Static IP Address (Manual) Settings.
Automatic IP Address Settings
1
Select Network > Network A (or B, C, D).
2
In the DHCP mode drop-down list, select “Enable”.
The Phone IP address, Subnet mask and Default gateway are automatically set up.
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1
Select Network > Network A (or B, C, D).
2
In the DHCP mode drop-down list, select “Disable (static mode)”. Additional
parameters will be displayed.
3
In the Phone IP address field, enter the unique IP address for the VoWiFi Handset.
4
In the Subnet mask field, enter the subnet mask.
5
In the Default gateway field, enter the IP address for the default gateway.
DNS Server Settings
It is possible to configure which DNS server the VoWiFi Handset shall use. If the primary DNS
server is available, it is always used. Otherwise, the secondary DNS server will be used.
Note: The DNS parameters are only visible if the DHCP mode is set to “Disable (static
mode)”, see 6.2.2 Static IP Address (Manual) Settings.
Primary DNS Server
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Primary DNS field, enter the IP address to the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS Server
6.3
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Secondary DNS field, enter the IP address to the secondary DNS server.
Network Settings
6.3.1
SSID
The SSID is the name of the network the VoWiFi Handset associates to.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the SSID field, enter system SSID.
Note that the SSID is case-sensitive.
6.3.2
Voice Power Save Mode
The voice power save mode is used during calls. NONE is recommended to obtain optimal
voice quality. U-APSD uses less power but is more sensitive to network disturbances.
If supported by the infrastructure U-APSD is the preferred choice and multiple the talk time
more than 4 times compared to NONE mode.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Voice power save mode drop-down list, select one of following:
•
•
NONE
U-APSD
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There is a set of regional rules for the world mode settings and the a-band that the VoWiFi
Handset complies to. The preferred and the default setting is “World mode (802.11d)”. The
VoWiFi Handset gets its regulatory settings from the AP. If this is not supported by the AP,
then this has to be set in the VoWiFi Handset as follows:
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the World mode regulatory domain drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
•
6.3.4
World mode (802.11d) (default)
ETSI
Japan
USA
Radio and Channel Selection
The VoWiFi Handset supports the 802.11a/n radio and 802.11b/g/n radio, but it cannot
use the 802.11a/n radio and the 802.11b/g/n radio simultaneously. The radio determines
which channels that can be used.
802.11 a/n Channels
Defines which 802.11a/n channels to use. It is recommended to use the value “UNII-1“.
Select “Advanced“ only if the channels shall be set in the Advanced: 802.11 channels
parameter, see Advanced: 802.11 Channels on page 31.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the 802.11 protocol drop-down list, select “802.11a/n“.
3
In the 802.11a/n channels drop-down list, select one of the following:
Note: The selected World Mode Regulatory Domain determines which channels to be
used. See Bands and Channels used by WiFi a-radio.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
All
Non DFS
UNII-1
UNII-3
UNII-1, UNII-2
UNII-1, UNII-2, UNII-3
UNII-1, UNII-2, UNII-2 Extended
Advanced
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Bands and Channels used by WiFi a-radio
Frequency band
Channels
Non DFS
5.150 - 5.250 MHz, 36,40,44,48
5.725 - 5.845 MHz 149,153,157,161, 165
UNII-1
5.150 - 5.250 MHz
36,40,44,48
UNII-2
5.250 - 5.350 MHz
52,56,60,64
UNII-2 Extended 5.470 - 5.725 MHz
100, 104, 108, 112,116, 120, 124, 128, 132,
126, 140
UNII-3
149,153,157,161
5.825 - 5.835 MHz
802.11 b/g/n Channels
Defines which 802.11b/g/n channels to use. It is recommended to use the default value
“1,6,11“. If set to “All”, all channels are scanned for access points which decreases the
WLAN performance. Select “Advanced“ only if the channels shall be set in the parameter
Advanced: 802.11 channels.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the 802.11 protocol drop-down list, select “802.11b/g/n“.
3
In the 802.11b/g/n channels drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
All
1,6,11
Advanced
Advanced: 802.11 Channels
Defines which 802.11 channels to use. Only used if the parameter in the 802.11b/g/n
channels, or 802.11a/n channels is set to “Advanced“.
Note: It is not possible to scan channels in 802.11b/g/n and 802.11a/n simultaneously.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
Enter channels to scan in a comma-separated list, for example 1,6,11 (the order has
no impact; 11,6,1 will give the same result).
6.3.5
Transmission Power
This is the transmission power the VoWiFi Handset will use when transmitting data to the
WLAN system. If “Automatic” (default) is used, the transmission power is adapted
according to 802.11h, CCX or maximum possible.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Transmission power drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic
0 dBm
5 dBm
11 dBm
14 dBm
20 dBm (max)
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IP DSCP for Voice/Signalling
Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) defines which value to use for outgoing voice and
signalling traffic. The DSCP value is used for QoS on the LAN. The settings in the VoWiFi
Handset must agree with the settings in the system, otherwise it will result in bad voice
quality.
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the IP DSCP for voice and/or IP DSCP for signalling drop-down list, select one of the
following:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6.4
0x38 (56) - Class selector 7
0x30 (48) - Class selector 6
0x2E (46) - Expedited Forwarding (default for voice)
0x28 (40) - Class selector 5
0x20 (32) - Class selector 4
0x1A (26) - Assured forwarding 31 (default for signaling)
0x18 (24) - Class selector 3
0x10 (16) - Class selector 2
0x08 (8) - Class selector 1
0x00 (0) - Default
Security Settings
The WLAN system can be configured to use various encryption and/or authentication
schemes. The use of extensive encryption/authentication schemes can cause incidents of
dropped speech during handover due to the time to process the authentication.
6.4.1
Open
Select Open if no encryption/authentication is required. To select Open as the security mode,
do the following:
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “Open”.
6.4.2
WEP 64/128-bit Key
To select WEP64/128-bit Key as the security mode. Do the following:
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “WEP64/128-bit Key”. Additional
parameters can now be set. See below.
3
In the WEP key 1 field, enter the WEP key to be used.
4
In the WEP transmit key drop-down list, select “WEP key 1“.
6.4.3
WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK
To select WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK as the security mode. Do the following:
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “WPA-PSK & WPA2-PSK”.
3
In the WPA-PSK passphrase field, enter the passphrase for WPA-PSK/& WPA2-PSK.
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802.1X with EAP-FAST
To select EAP-FAST as the authentication method. Do the following:
1
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
2
In the Security mode drop-down list., select “EAP-FAST”.
3
In the EAP authentication user name field, enter the user name for EAP
authentication.
4
In the EAP authentication password field, enter the password for EAP authentication.
6.4.5
802.1X with PEAP-MSCHAPv2
Select PEAP-MSCHAPv2 if root certificate is to be used for authentication. To select PEAPMSCHAPv2 as the authentication method. Do the following:
1
Ensure that the VoWiFi Handset is online in PDM.
2
Import the root certificate by do the following:
•
•
In the Numbers tab, right-click the VoWiFi Handset’s number and select “Edit
certificates“. An Edit certificate window opens.
In the Root tab, click “Edit“ and select the root certificates to import. Click “Close“.
3
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D)
4
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “PEAP-MSCHAPv2”.
5
In the EAP authentication user name field, enter the user name for EAP
authentication.
6
In the EAP authentication password field, enter the password for EAP authentication.
6.4.6
EAP-TLS
Select EAP-TLS if a client certificate is to be used for authentication. To select EAP-TLS as the
authentication method, do the following:
1
Ensure that the VoWiFi Handset is online in PDM.
2
Import the certificate by do the following:
•
•
6.5
In the Numbers tab, right-click the VoWiFi Handset’s number and select “Edit
certificates“. An Edit certificate window opens.
In the Root tab and Client tab, click “Edit“ and select the certificates to import.
Click “Close“.
3
Select Network > Network A (B, C, or D).
4
In the Security mode drop-down list, select “EAP-TLS”.
5
In the EAP client certificate drop-down list, select the client certificate to use.
Handset Settings
This section describes specific settings for the VoWiFi Handset that can be changed using
the keypad on the VoWiFi Handset, and/or can be set in the PDM/IMS3 to assist the user or
to set the initial value when the VoWiFi Handset is commissioned.
General Settings
Keypada
PDM
6.5.1 Automatic keylock on page 35
x
x
6.5.2 Phone lock on page 35
x
x
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Headset type on page 35
x
x
6.5.3 Audio adjustment on page 35
xb
x
6.5.13 Shortcuts on page 39
x
x
6.5.6 Configure Profiles on page 37
x
x
6.5.8 Battery Warning on page 38
x
x
6.5.5 In Charger Behaviour on page 36
x
b
x
6.5.9 Shared Phone on page 38
x
6.5.10 Prevent Handset Switch off on page 38
x
Telephony
6.9.8 Message Centre Number on page 50
x
6.9.9 Max number of Call Completions on page 50
x
6.9.10 Dial Pause Time on page 50
x
6.9.11 Direct off Hook from Charger on page 50
x
x
6.9.12 Replace Call Rejected with User Busy on page 51
x
6.9.6 Emergency Number on page 50
x
6.5.17 Import Contacts on page 46
x
6.5.14 Company Phonebook on page 41
x
6.5.15 Central Phonebook on page 41
x
6.9.7 Voice Mail Number on page 50
x
Regional Settings
6.10.1 Set Time & Date on page 51
x
x
6.5.12 Select Default Language on page 39
x
x
6.10.3 Dialling Tone Pattern on page 52
x
Customize Menu
6.5.11 Uploadable Language on page 39
x
6.12.1 Hide Menu Items on page 53
x
6.12.2 Services on page 53
x
x
x
x
Display
6.11.1 User Display Text on page 52
6.11.3 Backlight Timeout on page 52
x
6.11.4 Brightness on page 52
x
x
6.11.5 Screen Saver on page 52
x
x
xb
x
Messaging
6.7 Messaging Settings on page 42
Alarm
6.8 Alarm Settings on page 46
a.
b.
x
Refer to the User Manual for more information on how the user can change the settings via the VoWiFi Handset´s keypad.
Some parameters cannot be changed via the keypad.
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Automatic keylock
Note: If configured, it is possible to dial a pre-defined emergency number when the keypad
is locked, see 6.9.6 Emergency Number on page 50.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Automatic key lock drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
6.5.2
Enable - activates automatic keylock.
Disable - deactivates automatic keylock
Phone lock
Activate the phone lock to prevent unauthorized usage of the VoWiFi Handset. A password
is required to unlock the VoWiFi Handset in order to access its functions.
Note: If configured, it is possible to dial a pre-defined emergency number when the VoWiFi
Handset is locked, see 6.9.6 Emergency Number on page 50. It is not recommended to use
Phone Lock when using the Shared Phone feature.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Phone lock drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
6.5.3
On - the VoWiFi Handset will be locked after a few seconds when it is not used.
On in charger - the VoWiFi Handset will be locked when placed in charger.
Off - the phone lock is disabled.
Audio adjustment
Select the volumes for the different audio signals in the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Select Audio > Volume.
2
Select the applicable volumes item in the drop-down lists:
•
•
•
3
Handsfree volume
Headset volume
Speaker volume
In the Persistent volume drop-down list, select “Enable” to automatically store
volume changes in the VoWiFi Handset for future calls.
The parameter affects the “Normal”, “Headset“, “Loudspeaking“ mode.
For selection of headset, see Headset type on page 35.
Note: Changing this parameter may result in lower sound quality and high sound level.
Evaluate carefully before applying.
6.5.4
Headset Configuration
Headset type
Select the headset model that is used.
1
Select Headset > General.
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Select the applicable item in the drop-down list:
IMPORTANT: Do not select “Hearing protection” unless a Peltor headset is used.
•
•
•
•
Hearing protection
Mic on boom
Mic on cable
User model (If not any headset is used above, this option can be used to configure
an own headset profile. If selected, additional configuration is required, see
Headset user model)
Headset user model
These settings are required if User model is selected under Headset > General.
1
Select Headset > User model.
2
In the Name of headset field, enter a descriptive name. For example the headset
model to be used.
3
In the following drop-down lists, select the applicable values for the headset:
•
•
•
Microphone gain
Speaker gain
Side tone
Note: Changing the parameters may result in lower sound quality and high sound level.
Evaluate carefully before applying.
Corded headset button
1
Select Headset > General.
2
In the Call with headset button list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
3
6.5.5
Not activated – it is only possible to answer/end a call.
Last called number – the last called number will be dialled.
Predefined number – a predefined number will be called (if selected, continue
with step 3)
If needed, in the Predefined number field, enter the number to be dialled when the
headset button is pressed.
In Charger Behaviour
The handset behaviour when placed in a charger can be configured.
Call behaviour
1
Select Device > Call.
2
Choose a setting from the In charger call behaviour list:
•
•
•
No action
End – the handset will end an ongoing call when placed in a charger.
Put on Loudspeaker – the handset will turn on the loudspeaker when placed in a
charger during a call.
In charger action
1
Select Device > Settings.
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In the In charger action drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
•
No action - no action will be performed when VoWiFi Handset is placed in charger
Switch off - the VoWiFi Handset will be switched off when placed in charger
Sound off - the VoWiFi Handset will be silenced when placed in charger
Change profile - the VoWiFi Handset will change profile when placed in charger.
- In the Change profile in charger drop-down list, select the profile to be used.
- If needed, configure the selected profile, see 6.5.6 Configure Profiles.
Clear lists in charger
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Clear lists in charger drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
6.5.6
On - message lists and call lists will be deleted when VoWiFi Handset placed in
charger
Off - no action will be performed when VoWiFi Handset placed in charger.
Configure Profiles
It is possible to set up an own profile for incoming calls, message alerts, vibrating alerts, key
sound etc. This can be useful when there are many users on the same VoWiFi Handset, and
they want different sound profiles. It can also be used for temporarily settings, for example
while in a meeting, incoming calls should be silent.
Profiles are configured via parameters in the “Profiles“ folder.
1
Select “Profiles“.
2
Select “Normal“ or “Profile X“ (where X represents 1- 4)
3
The following settings for the profile can configured:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Profile name
Internal/External/Callback ring signal
Ring volume
Vibrator
Key sound
Message alert signal1
Answering settings
Diversion settings
Diversions
Calls can be diverted to other phone numbers, for example when busy.
1
In the applicable profile, select Diversions.
2
Activate a diversion by selecting “Enable” in the applicable diversion drop-down lists.
The following diversions are possible:
•
•
•
Activate diversions for all calls
Activate diversions on user busy
Activate no answer diversions
3
Enter the diversion number in the applicable diversion number text field.
4
If the VoWiFi Handset is configured to access the PBX via SIP protocol, the VoWiFi
Handset can be configured to manage the diversion locally instead of using the PBX.
Requires that the VoWiFi Handset is within the coverage area and is switched on.
Select VoIP > SIP. In the Call forward locally drop-down list, select “Enable“.
1.
Applicable to Messenger and Protector only.
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Hide Missed Call Window
A missed call is by default indicated by a Missed call window. It is possible to hide this
window, for example, if both a VoWiFi Handset and a mobile is used. If the user answers the
call using the mobile, the Missed call window will not be displayed in the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Select Device > Call.
2
In the Show missed calls popup drop-down list, select “No” to hide the Missed call
window.
6.5.8
Battery Warning
1
Select Device > Settings
2
In the Battery warning drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
6.5.9
Sound repeatedly
Sound once
Sound off
Shared Phone
This setting defines if the VoWiFi Handset is personal or shared. The default setting is “No”
but if “Yes” is selected, the VoWiFi Handset can be used by several users. Each user can still
have their individual settings and access them by personal login and a password. In order to
use the Shared phone functionality, the following is required:
•
•
•
•
The VoWiFi Handset does not use certificate.
IMS3
Shared phone license (see 5.1.7 Upgrade Handset Functionality using License on page
17)
ESS (optional)
A VoWiFi Handset that is personal may also use a shared password (empty or specific) from
the IMS3.
For personal password, a User Server (ESS) is required.
Note: If you accidentally enter a personal phone number in the shared VoWiFi Handset, the
VoWiFi Handset becomes personal and can not be used as a shared phone any longer. The
VoWiFi Handset must be configured to a shared phone again.
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Shared phone license drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
No - The VoWiFi Handset becomes a personal phone.
Yes - The VoWiFi Handset becomes a shared phone.
Note: When the setting has been changed the VoWiFi Handset is automatically restarted.
6.5.10 Prevent Handset Switch off
It is posssible to prevent the user from switching off the VoWiFi Handset when he/she long
pressing the on-hook button. When the on-hook button is pressed, no Switch off? dialogue
appears in the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Block switch off drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
No - The user can switch off the VoWiFi Handset.
Yes - The user cannot switch off the VoWiFi Handset.
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6.5.11 Uploadable Language
It is possible to upload one additional language to the VoWiFi Handset. The language file is
generated via an Excel file. The Excel file used to generate language files is delivered from
your supplier.
Tip: It is also possible to upload a language on several VoWiFi Handsets of the same device
type simultaneously using the Baseline function in the IMS3. See Installation and Operation
Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
Note: If another language file is uploaded, the first additional language is overwritten.
Certain special characters are allowed when generating the language file, see information in
the Excel file.
To upload an additional language, do as follows:
1
In the Devices tab, select the device(s) to be uploaded with additional language.
2
In the Device menu, select “Upload language...“.
3
If the uploaded language shall be used in the VoWiFi Handset, see 6.5.12 Select
Default Language for more information.
6.5.12 Select Default Language
Defines he default operating language for the VoWiFi Handset. This setting can later be
changed by the user.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Language drop-down list, select the language to be used.
3
If the downloaded language is selected, it might be needed to select matching
characters as text input language, and the sort order in the phonebook
In the Input Language drop-down list, select the text input language to be used.
Note: This parameter is only applicable for the downloaded language and cannot be
changed by the user.
6.5.13 Shortcuts
One click access to predefined functions can be configured for the Soft keys, Hot keys,
Navigation keys, and the Multi-function button1. It is for example possible to define the soft
key to make a call.
Configure a Hot Key
A hot key is activated by pressing a preprogrammed button “0”, “2“ - “9” for more than 1
second in idle mode. The function is used, for example, to change profile, send message or
make a phone call to a specific number.
1
Select Shotcuts > Hot key X (where X is 0, 2 - 9).
2
Continue with Additional Shortcut Settings on page 40.
Configure Soft Key
1
1.
Select Shotcuts > Soft Key X (where X is Left, Middle, or Right)
The Multifunction button is applicable for Talker and Messenger only.
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In the Name field, enter the name of the soft key to be displayed in the VoWiFi
Handset.
3
Continue with Additional Shortcut Settings on page 40.
Configure Navigation Key
1
Select Shotcuts > Navigation Key X (where X is Up, Down, Left, or Right)
2
Continue with Additional Shortcut Settings on page 40.
Configure Multi-function Button1
1
Select Shotcuts > Multi-function Button X (where X is Longpress or Multipress)
2
Continue with Additional Shortcut Settings on page 40.
Additional Shortcut Settings
1
In the Function drop-down list, select the function to be used:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Phone call
Call List
Contact list
Central phonebook (system dependent feature)
Message inbox
Send a message
Change profile (if selecting profile 1-4, the profile must first be configured, see
6.5.6 Configure Profiles on page 37.)
Open a menu
Services
Logout (applicable for the license dependent Shared Phone feature)
Presence
Call diversions
RSSI measurement
2
In the Value field, enter the applicable value. This is mandatory when using Phone call
function.
3
In the Control Question drop-down list, select “Enable“ if the Proceed? window shall
be displayed after the key is pressed. This is used to avoid that a function is accessed
by mistake.
4
In the Read Only drop-down list, select “True“ if the user shall not be able to change
the shortcut.
5
Right in call soft key name field, enter the name of the soft key to be displayed
during a call.
6
In the Right in call soft key action drop-down list, select one of the following
functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Conference
Contacts
Disabled
End Call
Hold
Loudspeaker
New call (put active on hold)
Retrieve
Switch
Transfer (to held call)
Transfer to new call (blind transfer)
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is used to import the phonebook file to the VoWiFi Handset. See Import Contacts in
Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN, or
Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN for more information.
6.5.14 Company Phonebook
It is possible to create a phonebook that is administered centrally and uploaded to the
VoWiFi Handset from PDM/IMS3. If this feature is used, entries from Contacts and Company
Phonebook are merged. The Company Phonebook entries are locked and cannot be edited in
the VoWiFi Handset.
The following steps must be performed:
1
Create a Company phonebook file, see Create a Company Phonebook File.
2
Import the Company phonebook file to PDM/IMS3, see Installation and Operation
Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN, or Installation and Operation
Manual, IMS3,TD 92762EN.
3
Upload the company phonebook file to the VoWiFi Handset(s), see Installation and
Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM), TD 92325EN, or Installation and
Operation Manual, IMS3,TD 92762EN.
Create a Company Phonebook File
The company phonebook file (.cpb) is normally created from an Excel file using a script to
extract the information and create to the phonebook file (.cpb). The Excel file, “Company
Phonebook.xls“ is delivered from your supplier.
The format of the rows in the phonebook file is:
<Name><tab><phone number><carriage return>
followed by additional rows for each entry.
The VoWiFi Handset supports a maximum length of 24 characters in each field, additional
characters are truncated when the phonebook file is created. The following characters are
accepted in the VoWiFi Handset number field in the phonebook file, but are ignored when
the phonebook file is created: “(“, “)“, “-“ and “ “(space).
6.5.15 Central Phonebook
If the network is equipped with a messaging server with a phonebook service, the Central
Phonebook on that server can be accessed from the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Select Device > Message centre.
2
In the Central phonebook field, enter the number to the Central phonebook
The number to be used is set to default 999999. If the system is not equipped with a
Central Phonebook, this menu option can be removed from the VoWiFi Handset by
entering an empty value.
6.6
Messaging and Alarm
The messaging and alarm functions are provided via the IMS3 and described in the
document Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3, TD 92762EN.
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IP Address to the IMS3
The IMS3 handles all communication between the WLAN and its built-in Centralised Device
Manager. It is possible to send messages from a web browser to a VoWiFi Handset, handle
messages to groups, send simple messages from VoWiFi Handset to VoWiFi Handset (and to
groups), search for telephone numbers in a central database (on PC), have a central
telephone book on the IMS3 (not PC-based) and to have absence handling in the system.
6.7
1
Select Device > Unite.
2
In the IP address field, enter the IP address of the IMS3. If left empty, no messaging or
alarm function will be available.
Messaging Settings
Note: Applicable to Messenger and Protector only.
It is possible to configure how incomming messages shall be indicated and displayed in
VoWiFi Handset.
Profiles > Normal, Profile 1- 4
•
•
•
Vibrator
Determines if the VoWiFi Handset shall vibrate when receiving incoming calls and
messages.
Message alert
Determines the message sound for incoming messages.
Message volume
Determines the message volume for incoming messages. By default, the message
volume follows the ringer volume, but another message volume can be set with this
parameter.
Device > Messaging
•
•
•
•
•
Message list representation
Can be set to text or number.
Time to read (TTR)
Determines if the user needs to close a message manually, or if the message
automatically shall be closed when TTR expires. Regardsless how a message is closed, it
is removed from the message queue and stored in the Messaging Inbox. TTR starts when
a message is displayed and keep running also when the message is placed in the
messaging queue. If a user presses any key when a message is displayed, the TTR is
reset. See also 6.7.1 Examples of TTR/TTP settings on page 43.
Time to prioritize (TTP)
Determines how long messages shall keep their priority status. The TTP starts when a
message is displayed. If a user presses any key when a message is displayed, the TTP is
reset. If receiving a message with higher priority than the displayed message, the
message with lower priority is placed in queue and its TTP is paused. When the TTP
elapsed for a message, it is put last in the queue. See also 6.7.1 Examples of TTR/TTP
settings on page 43.
Repeat message indication
This parameter enables/disables message indications. It sets whether a message
indication shall be repeated until confirmed by the user or not. The current repetition
rate is 7 seconds. If the message itself contains a repetition, it overrides this setting.
Vibrator for message during call
Determines if the handset shall vibrate when receiving messages during an ongoing call.
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IM option mode
This parameter is used for older applications and sets that three soft keys shall be placed
automatically, i.e. on softkeys or in an option menu (list).
Examples of TTR/TTP settings
Example 1
This example describes the message handling with the following message settings:
•
•
TTP= Prioritize forever
TTR= Close manually
Tip: It is recommended to use these settings if messages with the highest priority always
shall be displayed until the user closes the current message.
New messages
Prio 7
14:04
Prio 7
14:04
Me
ssa
ge
q
Prio 4
14:03
Prio 4
14:03
Prio 2
14:02
Prio 2
13:59
Prio 7
14:04
Prio 4
13:58
Prio 2
14:02
Prio 2
13:59
Me
ssa
ge
q
ue
ue
Prio 4
14:03
Prio 4
13:58
Prio 2
14:02
ue
ue
The user closes
the message
4.
Figure
Figure 4. Describing how queing and prioritizing for messages with equal messages
works
In figure 4, a message with priority 2 is received at 13:59 and is displayed in the VoWiFi
Handset. Another message with equal priority is received at 14:02 and will be placed in the
queue. If no messages with higher priority are received, the user needs to close the current
displayed message to show the next message in the queue. In this case, the message
received at 14:02. The closed message will be indicated as a read message in the Messaging
Inbox.
Example 2
This example describes the message handling with the following message settings:
•
•
TTP= 20 seconds
TTR= Close manually
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Tip: It is recommended to use these settings if the user shall not be interrupted during 20
seconds while reading a message, unless a message with higher priority is received. When
the user has read a message, its priority is no longer important, that is when TTP expires.
New messages
New messages
Prio 2
Prio 1
Prio 2
TTP started
Prio 1
TTP started
Prio 2
TTP paused
Prio 1
TTP expired
10 sec.
5.
Prio 2
TTP
continues
20 sec.
Prio 1
TTP expired
Prio 2
TTP expired
10 sec.
Figure
Figure 5.
In figure 5, a message with prio 2 is received and displayed in the VoWiFi Handset, TTP for
the message is started.
After 10 seconds, a second message with priority 1 is received and displayed while the
message with priority 2 is put in the queue. TTP for the message with priority 2 is paused,
and TTP for the message with priority 1 is started.
After 20 seconds, TTP expires for the message with prio 1 and the message is placed in the
queue. The message with priority 2 is shown again and its TTP continues.
TTP expires after 10 seconds for the message with priority 2. In this case, all messages have
been shown 20 seconds each, and the oldest shown message with the highest priority is
displayed (in this case, the message with priority 1). The VoWiFi Handset does not indicate
when it shows the message again, since it already has been shown and indicated once. The
message with priority 2 is placed in the queue.
Example 3
This example describes the message handling with the following message settings:
•
•
TTP= 20 seconds
TTR= 2 minutes
Tip: It is recommended to use these settings if the user shall not be interrupted during 20
seconds while reading a message, unless a message with higher priority is received. When
the user has read a message, its priority is no longer important, that is when TTP expires. In
addition, if a message is not shown again within the TTR interval, it is considered as not
important and is removed from the queue.
Messaging Inbox
New messages
Prio 2
TTP expired
TTR expired
New messages
Prio 2
Prio 1
Prio 2
TTP started
TTR started
Prio 2
TTP paused
TTR continues
Prio 1
TTP started
TTR started
Prio 1
TTP expired
TTR continues
20 sec.
6.
Prio 2
TTP and TTR
continues
Prio 2
TTP expired
TTR continues
10 sec.
Prio 1
TTP expired
TTR continues
Prio 2
TTP expired
TTR expired
Prio 2
TTP expired
TTR continues
80 sec.
Figure
Figure 6. Message handling without manually closing a message.
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In figure 6, a message with prio 2 is received and displayed in the VoWiFi Handset, TTP and
TTR for the message is started.
After 10 seconds, a second message with priority 1 is received and displayed while the
message with priority 2 is put in the queue. TTP for the message with priority 2 is paused,
but TTR continues. TTP and TTR for the message with priority 1 is started.
After 20 seconds, TTP expires but TTR continues for the message with prio 1 and the
message is placed in the queue. The message with priority 2 is shown again and its TTP
continues.
TTP expires after 10 seconds but TTR continues for the message with priority 2. In this case,
all messages have been shown 20 seconds each, and the oldest shown message with the
highest priority is displayed (in this case, the message with priority 1). The VoWiFi Handset
does not indicate when it shows the message again, since it already has been shown and
indicated once. The message with priority 2 is placed in the queue.
After 80 seconds, the TTR expires for the message with priority 2, and it is removed from
the queue and is indicated as an unread message in the Messaging Inbox. When TTR expires
for the message with priority 1, it is also indicated as an unread message in the Messaging
Inbox.
Note: If no messages have been read/closed manually and TTP expired for each message, a
dialogue window New messages(s): [number of messages]. View now? is displayed. All
messages are indicated as unread messages in the Messaging Inbox.
Example 4
This example describes the message handling with the following message settings:
•
•
TTP= No prioritization
TTR= Close manually
Tip: It is recommended to use this settings if messages regardless of priority shall be read in
chronological order, that is, the newest message shall be displayed first.
Figure 7.
New messages
Prio 2
14:02
Messaging Inbox
Prio 1
13:59
Prio 1
13:59
Prio 2
14:02
Prio 1
13:59
Prio 2
14:02
Prio 1
13:59
The user closes
the message
Figure 7. Display messages in chronological order regardless of priority
In figure 7, a message with priority 1 is received at 13:59. Another message with priority 2
is received at 14:02 and will be displayed. The message with priority 1 is put in the message
queue. The user needs to close the current message (priority 2) to show the message
(priority 1) in the queue. When closing the message (priority 2) it will be indicated as a read
message in the Messaging Inbox.
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Alarm Settings
Note: Applicable to Protector only.
The following alarm types can be configured; Push-button alarm, Test alarm, Emergency call
alarm, Man-down and No-movement alarm.
6.8.1
Common Alarm Settings
These settings are common for all alarms sent from the VoWiFi Handset.
1
Select Alarm > Common.
2
In the Stored alarm data field, enter data to be sent along with an alarm (optional).
3
In the Indicate initiated Alarm drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
4
In the Disable backlight during alarm drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
6.8.2
On - The VoWiFi Handset will beep and the LED will flash twice when an alarm is
initiated.
Off - The VoWiFi Handset will not indicate when an alarm is initiated.
Yes - The display backlight will be left unchanged for 30 seconds after alarm
No - The display will light up after an alarm.
Push Button Alarm
1
Select “Alarm“.
2
Select “Multiple-press“ or “Long-press“.
3
In the Alarm type for multiple press drop-down list or Alarm type for longpress dropdown list, select “Push button alarm 1“.
4
In the Number for automatic call after alarm field, enter the number to be called after
an alarm has been activated (optional).
5
In the ALS drop-down list, select “Yes“ if an Acoustic Location Signal shall sound
when the alarm has been activated.
6
In the Text indication for alarm on multiple press field or Text indication for alarm on
long press, enter the text to be displayed in the VoWiFi Handset when the alarm has
been activated.
7
In the Mode for automatic call after alarm drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
6.8.3
Monitor - The loudspeaker is muted and the microphone is on.
Loudspeaker - The loudspeaker is turned on.
Ordinary - The loudspeaker is turned off.
Test Alarm
1
Select “Alarm“.
2
Select “Multiple-press“ or “Long-press“.
3
In the Alarm type for multiple press drop-down list or Alarm type for longpress dropdown list, select “Test alarm“.
4
In the Number for automatic call after alarm field, enter the number to be called after
an alarm has been activated (optional).
5
In the ALS drop-down list, select “Yes“ if an Acoustic Location Signal shall sound
when the alarm has been activated.
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In the Text indication for alarm on multiple press field or Text indication for alarm on
long press, enter the text to be displayed in the VoWiFi Handset when the alarm has
been activated.
7
In the Mode for automatic call after alarm drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
•
6.8.4
Monitor - The loudspeaker is muted and the microphone is on.
Loudspeaker - The loudspeaker is turned on.
Ordinary - The loudspeaker is turned off.
Emergency Call Alarm
If enabled, an alarm will be sent when the user calls the defined Emergency number (for
example 112).
1
Select Alarm > Emergency call.
2
In the Emergency call alarm drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
On - An alarm will be sent when the user calls the emergency number.
Off - No alarm will be sent when the user calls the emergency number.
3
In the Alarm type text field,enter the text to be displayed in the VoWiFi Handset
when the alarm has been activated.
4
Select Device > Call.
5
In the Emergency number field, enter the emergency number.
If Emergency call alarm is enabled (see step 2), an alarm will be sent when the user
calls this number.
6.8.5
Man-down and No-movement Alarm
Note: Applicable to Protector only. The handset version must be WH1-AAAA/2A or above
(see label under battery cover). This function requires a license.
The following parameters are available under the Numbers and Templates tabs in PDM and
Device Manager:
Parameter name
Description
Value {default}
Man-down alarm
Enable or disable the alarm.
Enabled/Disabled
{Disabled}
Man-down detection time
Delay before the alarm is activated.
5–255 s {7}
Man-down warning angle
The VoWiFi Handset tilt from the
45, 60 {45}
vertical at which the alarm is activated.
No-movement alarm
Enable or disable the alarm.
Enabled/Disabled
{Disabled}
No-movement detection time Delay before the alarm is activated.
5–255 s {30}
Warning phase duration
Delay before the activated alarm is
sent.
1–255 s {7}
NM-MD extra delay used
Enable or disable the possibility of an
extra delay.
Yes/No {No}
NM-MD extra delay time
Extra delay before the alarm is sent.
1–20 min {10}
ALS
Enable or disable the Acoustic Location Yes/No {No}
Signal (ALS) after the alarm has been
sent.
Note: The ALS will not be activated if an
automatic call is established after an
alarm has been sent.
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Description
Mode for automatic call after Off: no automatic call after alarm.
alarm
Normal: the call is established as an
ordinary call.
Value {default}
Off, Normal,
Loudspeaker,
Monitoring {Off}
Loudspeaker: the loudspeaker on the
backside of the VoWiFi Handset is
turned on.
Monitoring: a one-way speech channel
is established, that is, the called part
can only listen to an conversation.
Turn off NM-MD during call
6.9
Enable or disable alarms during a call.
Yes/No {No}
Telephony
The following parameters are required for the basic telephony settings.
6.9.1
Endpoint ID and Endpoint number
The Endpoint ID and Endpoint number will automatically be received when registering the
VoWiFi Handset in the VoWiFi system. The Endpoint ID is normally the user’s name
registered in the PBX and is displayed in the VoWiFi Handset in idle mode. To change the
name displayed in the VoWiFi Handset, see 6.11.1 User Display Text on page 52.
Note: If the Endpoint ID needs to be changed, this must be also done in the PBX.
6.9.2
VoIP Protocol
A protocol is a set of standard rules for data traffic required to send information over a
communication channel. Communication protocol is basically following certain rules so that
the system works properly. The following VoIP protocols are supported: H.323 and SIP.
1
Select VOIP > General.
2
In the VoIP protocol drop-down list, select “H.323” or “SIP”.
3
Continue with chapter H.323 Protocol or chapter SIP Protocol depending on the
selected protocol.
H.323 Protocol
If the H.323 protocol is used the Gatekeeper IP Address is usually automatically distributed.
No configuration necessary.
1
Select VoIP > H.323.
2
The following settings are applicable for the H.323 protocol.
•
•
•
•
•
Gatekeeper IP address
Secondary Gatekeeper address
Gatekeeper listening port
Gatekeeper ID (name)
Gatekeeper password
SIP Protocol
If the SIP protocol is used the SIP Proxy IP Address must be manually entered.
1
Select VoIP > SIP.
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The following settings are applicable for the SIP protocol.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
SIP Transport – defines the protocol to use for SIP signaling, either UDP, TCP or
TLS. The setting TLS requires the PBX certificate to be uploaded as root certificate.
SIP proxy IP address
Secondary SIP proxy IP address
SIP proxy listening port
SIP proxy ID
SIP proxy password
Send DTMF using RFC 2833 or SIP INFO – this parameter defines which path the
DTMF signalling should take. If set to “RFC 2833“, the DTMF signalling will be sent
in the RTP stream, i.e. from VoWiFi Handset to VoWiFi Handset. If set to “SIP
INFO”, the DTMF signalling will be sent using SIP signalling, i.e. via the PBX.
Hold type – defines type of hold to send when the VoWiFi Handset puts a call on
hold. The selection depends on what type of hold the PBX support. For more
information about what type of hold the PBX support, see the applicable
documentation for the PBX.
Registration identity – defines if the endpoint shall use its number or ID for the
registration with the SIP proxy.
Authentication identity – defines if the endpoint shall use its number or ID for the
authentication with the SIP proxy.
Call forward locally – when enabled the call forwarding is handled locally by the
VoWiFi Handset instead of updating the PBX.
Note: The VoWiFi Handset must be switched on and within coverage to handle
this.
•
•
•
6.9.3
MOH locally – Music on hold is played by the VoWiFi Handset i.e. if the PBX does
not supply MOH the VoWiFi Handset plays a tone when the call is on hold.
Hold on transfer – puts a second call on hold before transfer, which is required by
some SIP proxy servers.
Direct signaling – defines whether calls originating from other sources than the
configured SIP Proxy should be accepted or redirected using “USE PROXY“
message.
Codec
A codec encodes a stream or signal for transmission. Codecs are often used in streaming
media applications. This setting defines how to packetize and compress the sound in a voice
call.
1
Select VoIP > General.
2
In the Codec configuration drop-down list, select the applicable codec. The following
are possible:
•
•
•
•
3
6.9.4
G.711 A-law (EU)
G.711 u-law (US)
G.729
G.729A
In the Codec packetization time configuration drop-down list, select packetization
time to use for speech (value between 10 and 60 ms). Default value is 20 ms.
Offer Secure RTP
Note: The communication will be protected only if parameter VoIP > SIP > SIP Transport is
set to “TLS”.
When enabled, voice is sent over Secure RTP if the other party also supports Secure RTP.
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Select VOIP > General.
2
In the Offer Secure RTP list, select “Yes” or “No” (default).
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Internal Call Number Length
Defines the maximum number of digits to be interpreted as an internal call. “0“ means the
same number of digits as in the endpoint number.
1
Select VoIP > General.
2
In the Internal call number length field, enter the number of digits.
6.9.6
Emergency Number
This is a phone number for emergency calls. It is always possible to call this number,
regardless of whether phone-lock or key-lock are active or not.
1
Select Device > Call.
2
In the Emergency number field, enter the emergency number.
6.9.7
Voice Mail Number
In some systems it is needed to assign the VoWiFi Handset number of the Voice Mail service.
1
Select Device > Message centre.
2
In the Voice mail number field, enter the number to the VoWiFi Handset’s voice mail
inbox.
6.9.8
Message Centre Number
Specifies the number to the server for Message Waiting Indication (MWI) if included in the
system.
1
Select Device > Message centre.
2
In the Message Centre number field, enter the number to the server.
3
In the Voice mail call clears MWI drop-down list, select “Enable” to clear MWI in the
message centre when calling the defined voice mail number.
6.9.9
Max number of Call Completions
Specifies the maximum number of call back requests the VoWiFi Handset can handle.
1
Select Device > Call.
2
In the Max number of call completions drop-down list, enter number of calls
6.9.10 Dial Pause Time
By adding a “P” to a phone number, a pause is added and will be activated when dialling. For
how long is defined here.
1
Select Device > Call.
2
In the Dial pause time field, enter a pause time between 1 - 3 seconds.
6.9.11 Direct off Hook from Charger
The VoWiFi Handset will automatically answer a call (that is quick answer) when removed
from the charger.
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Select Device > General.
2
In the Direct off hook from charger drop-down list, select “Enable”.
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6.9.12 Replace Call Rejected with User Busy
Is used if the system does not support call rejected.
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Replace Call Rejected with User Busy drop-down list, select “Enable”.
6.9.13 Busy on 1 / Disable call waiting
The default behaviour is to indicate “call waiting” to the user. It is possible to change this
behaviour so that the next incoming call is rejected and a busy indication sent back to the
SIP proxy.
1
Select Device > Call.
2
In the Busy on 1 / Disable call waiting drop-down list, select “Yes”.
6.10 Regional Settings
This section include settings suitable for a specific region or country.
6.10.1 Set Time & Date
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Time zone drop-down list, select the applicable time zone.
3
In the NTP server field, enter the address to the time server. If not set, the IP PBX
address is used.
4
Select Device > Settings.
5
In the Time format drop-down list, select the applicable time format:
12h (for example 11:59 am/pm)
24h (for example 23:59)
6
In the Date format drop-down list, select the applicable date format:
DD/MM/YYYY, for example, 31/01/2010 (also called Europe)
MM/DD/YYYY, for example, 01/31/2010 (also called US)
YYYY-MM-DD, for example, 2010-01-31 (ISO 8601)
MMM DD YYYY, for example, Jan 31 2010
DD MMM YY, for example, 31 Jan 10
DD.MM.YYYY, for example, 31.01.2010
DD-MM-YYYY, for example, 31-01-2010
6.10.2 Select Default Language
Defines he default operating language for the VoWiFi Handset. This setting can later be
changed by the user.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Language drop-down list, select the language to be used.
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If the downloaded language is selected, it might be needed to select matching
characters as text input language, and the sort order in the phonebook
In the Input Language drop-down list, select the text input language to be used.
Note: This parameter is only applicable for the downloaded language and cannot be
changed by the user. See 6.5.11 Uploadable Language on page 39 for more
information.
6.10.3 Dialling Tone Pattern
Defines which tone pattern to use when dialling.
1
Select Audio > General.
2
In the Dialling tone pattern drop-down list, select the applicable region.
6.11 Display
6.11.1 User Display Text
Defines a text to be shown in the display in idle mode instead of the endpoint ID. If nothing
is entered in this text field, the endpoint ID will be shown.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the User display text field, enter the text to be displayed.
6.11.2 Font style
The display font style can be changed to bold for increased readability.
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Font style list, choose Normal or Bold.
6.11.3 Backlight Timeout
Numbers of seconds before the backlight is turned off.
1
Select Device > General.
2
In the Backlight timeout field, enter number of seconds before the backlight is turned
of when VoWiFi Handset is idle.
6.11.4 Brightness
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Brightness drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
Normal - maximum backlight will be used.
Power save - reduced backlight will be used.
6.11.5 Screen Saver
1
Select Device > Settings.
2
In the Screen saver drop-down list, select one of the following:
•
•
Information - time and status (for example message indication) will be displayed
when the screen saver is activated.
Black - no information will be displayed when the screen saver is activated.
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6.12 Menu Operation
6.12.1 Hide Menu Items
It is possible to hide menu items for the users. To hide or show a menu item, do the
following:
1
Select Customization > Visibility.
2
Select “Hide”, “Show”, or “Read only“ for the applicable menu item in the drop-down
list. If “Read only“ is selected, the menu item will be visible in the VoWiFi Handset, but
cannot be edited by the user. The following items can be hidden:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Connections (Network, Headset etc.)
Calls
Contacts
Shortcuts (Soft keys, Hot keys etc.)
Messaging
Services
Profiles
Settings (Sounds, Display, Language etc)
6.12.2 Services
Note: Applicable to Messenger and Protector only.
It is possible to configure up to ten services that can be accessed from the VoWiFi Handset’s
Services menu.
1
Select “Services“.
2
Select between 1 - 10.
3
In the Service name, enter the name of the service to be displayed in the VoWiFi
Handset’s Service menu.
4
Select the service to be used:
•
•
•
•
•
Phone Call
Send a message to predefined number (prompt for the message text)
Send data to message service centre (predefined data and/or prompt for the
data)
Edit alarm data
PTT
5
In the Service user data field, enter the data to be sent/dialed when using the
service. Note: This field is not applicable for PTT.
6
In the Service prefix for user data field, enter the prefix for the service user data (if
needed).
7
In the Service index field, enter the corresponding index used for PTT. For example, if
PTT group 1 is configured (located under Push-To-Talk > 1), the service index must
be set to 1. Note: This field is only applicable for PTT.
If the PTT is not configured, continue, with 6.13 Push-To-Talk (PTT) Group Call.
Tip: It is also possible to configure soft keys to reach services quickly, see 6.5.13 Shortcuts
on page 39.
6.13 Push-To-Talk (PTT) Group Call
To be able to configure a PTT session, the following must be known:
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•
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The group number to the PTT group (defined in the IMS3).
The phone number to the conference bridge.
Tip: For more information about the PTT function, see also Function Description, Ascom
VoWiFi System, TD 92314EN or User Manual, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset, TD 92599EN.
Note: If Music on Hold (MOH) is used in the system it can effect an ongoing PTT group call. If
someone in the group conference answers another incoming call, MOH will be played for the
whole group.
1
Select Push-To-Talk > X (where X represents 1-10).
2
In the Session name field, enter a name to identify the PTT session.
3
In the Group number field, enter the number to the PTT conference group.
4
In the Display text field, enter a text to be shown in the display during the PTT
session.
5
In the PTT session signal drop-down list, select the indication of the PTT session.
6
In the Conference number field, enter the phone number to the conference bridge.
7
In the Answer mode drop-down list, select the answer mode for the PTT session.
8
In the Speaker mode drop-down list, select the speaker mode for the PTT session.
9
A Service must be configured to access the PTT session from the VoWiFi Handset. If
not configured, continue with 6.12.2 Services.
6.14 Presence Management
To be able to configure presence management, the following must be known:
•
•
The IP address to the Presence Management system.
The user name and password used in the Presence Management system for each VoWiFi
Handset.
For more information about presence management, see Function Description, Ascom VoWiFi
System, TD 92314EN or User Manual, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset, TD 92599EN.
1
Select Presence > Common.
2
In the Presence Management system drop-down list, select presence management
system.
3
Select “Presence“ and the presence management system selected in previous step.
4
In the IP address field, enter the IP address to the presence management system.
5
In the Listening port field, enter the port number the presence management system
shall listen to.
6
In the user name field, enter the Enter the user name.
7
In the password field, enter the password.
If the Presence function is configured, it will be visible under Call > Presence in the VoWiFi
Handset. It is also possible to configure a shortcut in order to access the Presence menu, see
6.5.13 Shortcuts on page 39.
6.15 Location
Two types of location are supported, either a basic location solution that gives an
approximate location using Access Point (AP) location, or a personal security solution that
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gives a more accurate location using a third-party Real-Time Location System (RTLS)
solution.
The following RTLS solutions are supported:
•
•
Cisco RTLS Solution
In order to use the Cisco RTLS solution, a Cisco Mobility Services Engine must be used and
configurations in the VoWiFi Handset are required.
Ekahau RTLS Solution
In order to use the Ekahau RTLS solution, the VoWiFi Handset must have the Ekahau
license (see 5.1.7 Upgrade Handset Functionality using License on page 17) and also be
configured.
Additionally information about AP location and RTLS location, see Function Description,
Location in Ascom VoWiFi System, TD 92607GB.
6.15.1 Configure Handset for Cisco/Ekahau RTLS Solution
1
Select Location > Common.
2
In the Location scanning drop-down list, select “Enable“.
3
In the Scanning interval1 field, set the time between the scanning periods.
4
In the Scans per scanning period1 drop-down list, select how many scans that should
be performed during each scanning period.
If the Ekahau RTLS solution is used, also perform the steps 5 - 8.
1.
5
Select Location > Ekahau.
6
In the EKAHAU license drop-down list, select “Yes“. Additional parameters are shown.
7
In the IP address field, enter the IP address to the Ekahau location appliance.
8
In the Listening port field, enter the port the location appliance is listening to.
Note that close scanning periods, and frequently scans per period, will shorten the battery time.
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7.1
Site Survey Tool
It is recommended to do site surveys with the built-in tools in the VoWiFi Handset.
This provides a true measurement of the RF environment based upon the radio of the
VoWiFi Handset. Wireless analysers may be used to provide additional assistance during a
site survey.
7.2
Scan the Channels
To be able to use the site survey functions in the VoWiFi Handset, it must be configured
correctly.
Default configuration for the VoWiFi Handset is to use channels 1, 6 and 11. If the VoWiFi
Handset is intended for site survey use, scanning all channels will be limited to 1, 6 and 11.
The table is upgraded regularly, starting with scanning channel 1, then 6 and last 11. In
between, the VoWiFi Handset is in sleeping mode. The VoWiFi Handset consults this table
when making roaming decisions.
It is possible to scan all 802.11b/g/n channels, or scan all 802.11a/n channels by setting
the parameter 802.11b/g/n channels or 802.11a/n channels to “All”, respectively.
For 802.11b/g/n channels, it is strongly recommended to set back the VoWiFi Handset to
“1,6,11” before normal use. For 802.11a/n channels, it is strongly recommended to set back
the VoWiFi Handset to “UNII-1” before normal use.
The World mode regulatory domain will also affect which channels that may be used. To
scan channels 1-11 it is recommended that the VoWiFi Handset is configured so the “World
mode regulatory domain” parameter is set to “USA”. If also scanning of channels 12 and 13
is of interest use value “ETSI”.
There are three ways of scanning channels:
•
•
7.2.1
Scan all channels
Scan a specific channel
Scan all Channels
This gives a filtered list of the channels in the SSID found during the scan.
1
There are two options to access the Site Survey Tool meny:
•
•
If the VoWiFi Handset has been factory reset or not configured; in idle mode, enter
“40022“, select “Site survey tool“.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been configured; in idle mode, enter “*#77#”.
2
Select “Scan all channels”.
3
Select the SSID to display the associated AP.
4
Select an AP to display information such as SSID, Channel, MAC address, Beacon
period, QoS, and Privacy.
7.2.2
Scan a Specific Channel
This gives a list of all the APs found on that channel in the specified SSID.
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•
•
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“40022“, select “Site survey tool“.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been configured; in idle mode, enter “*#77#”.
2
Select “Scan selected channel“.
3
Enter the channel to be scanned.
4
Select an AP to display information such as SSID, Channel, MAC address, Beacon
period, QoS, and Privacy.
Range Beep
The range beep function enables a beep to be played whenever the VoWiFi Handset
experiences a filtered field strength of below the configured value (default -70 dBm) from
the currently associated access point. Since the value is filtered, sudden drops in field
strength caused by the environment, for example walking through a door into a room, will
be delayed, thus it is important to walk slowly through the site to cover all weak spots.
7.3.1
Configurable RSSI Threshold
The RSSI threshold of the VoWiFi Handset is set to -70 dBm (default). In the site survey
menu there is the possibility to change the RSSI threshold. This is useful if a specific area is
designed to have another coverage level than -70 dBm.
1
There are two options to access the Site Survey Tool meny:
•
•
If the VoWiFi Handset has been factory reset or not configured; in idle mode, enter
“40022“, select “Site survey tool“.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been configured; in idle mode, enter “*#77#”.
2
Select “Range beep level”.
3
Enter the new RSSI threshold and press “OK”.
7.3.2
Range Beep on a Configurable RSSI Threshold
A beep is played when the signal goes below the selected threshold.
1
There are two options to access the Site Survey Tool meny:
•
•
If the VoWiFi Handset has been factory reset or not configured; in idle mode, enter
“40022“, select “Site survey tool“.
If the VoWiFi Handset has been configured; in idle mode, enter “*#77#”.
2
Select “Range beep“.
3
Select one of the following:
•
•
On - Activates the range beeps
Off - Deactivates the range beeps
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VoWiFi Handset Internal Web Administration Page
The internal web administration page for the VoWiFi Handset makes it possible to:
•
•
8.1
Troubleshoot the VoWiFi System.
View statistics
Access the Handset´s Internal Web Administration page
In a web browser, enter the VoWiFi Handset´s IP address to access the internal web
administration page for the VoWiFi Handset. The IP address can be found in the VoWiFi
Handset´s menu (Settings >Device info >Network info).
8.1.1
System Setup View
In the System Setup view, the following are shown:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Software version
MAC address
Coder
SNTP server
Local time
Uptime
8.
Figure
Figure 8. The information view
Enter administration user name and administration password to access further pages.
Default user name and password for an administrator:
•
•
User name: admin
Password: changeme
Note: If the user name or password is forgotten, it can be changed in the PDM. See 8.2.2
Change password via the PDM on page 60.
Show Detailed Information
Click the Detailed info link. The following information are shown (see figure 9):
•
IP address
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Default gateway
SIP proxy/H.323 gatekeeper IP address
9.
Figure
Figure 9. Internal Web Administration Page - Detailed Information
8.1.2
Troubleshoot View
1
In a web browser, enter the VoWiFi Handset´s IP address to access the internal web
administration page for the VoWiFi Handset. The IP address can be found in the
VoWiFi Handset´s menu (Settings >Device info >Network info).
2
Click the “Troubleshoot“ button.
3
If needed, enter administration user name and administration password to access
further pages.
Default user name and password for an administrator:
•
•
User name: admin
Password: changeme
In the Troubleshoot view, the following can be shown (see figure 10 on page 60):
•
•
•
•
Debug log
Error log
Voice calls statistics
WLAN connectivity statistics
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Figure 10. Internal Web Administration Page - Troubleshoot view
8.2
Change Administration Password
The administration password can be changed either via the internal Web Administration
page or via the PDM.
8.2.1
Change password via the VoWiFi Handset´s Internal Web Administration page
1
In a web browser, enter the VoWiFi Handset´s IP address to access the internal web
administration page for the VoWiFi Handset. The IP address can be found in the
VoWiFi Handset´s menu (Settings >Device info >Network info).
2
Click the “Password“ link.s
3
In the User field, enter the new user name .
4
In the Password field, enter the new password.
5
Confirm the new password and click the “Change“ button.
8.2.2
Change password via the PDM
1
Open the PDM.
2
Select Device > General.
3
In the Administration user name field, enter user name.
4
In the Administration password field, enter password.
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9.1
Admin Menu Tree
The VoWiFi Handset has a hidden menu for system administrators. The Admin menu
contains:
•
•
•
•
•
Software and hardware information
WLAN, network, system, and license information
Site survey tool
Network setup menus
Factory reset option
To activate the Admin Menu, select Menu > Settings and press 40022.
Once the Admin menu is accessed it is reachable from the menu "Calls" .
The following figure shows the menu tree for the Admin menu in the VoWiFi Handset.
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Figure 11.
• Device info
—>
• Software
• Hardware
• License
• WLAN info
• Network info
• User ID
• Site survey tool
—>
• Show RSSI
—>
• Scan all channels
—> • Select
• Rescan
• Network setup
—>
• On
• Off
• Scan selected channel —>
• [Channel]
• Range beep
—>
• On
• Off
• Range beep level
—>
• [Level]
• Location Survey
—>
• On
• Off
• Network name
—>
• [Network]
• IP addresses
—>
• DHCP Mode
• Static IP
• SSID
—>
• [SSID]
• 802.11 protocol
• Security mode
—>
• 802.11 b/g
• 802.11 b/g/n
• 802.11 a
• 802.11 a/n
—>
• Open
• WEP
• WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
• Unite
—>
• IP address
• Password
• VoIP
—>
• Endpoint ID
• Protocol
—>
• H.323
• SIP
• Syslog mode
—>
• On
• Off
• Syslog server IP
—>
• [IP address]
• Logging mode
—>
• Trace
• RPCAP
• PCAP over USB
• Extended logging
—>
• Phone
• SIP
• H.323
• Network Traffic
• Syslog
• Logging
—>
—>
• Enter license key
—>
• [License key]
• Factory Reset
—>
• Yes
• No
—>
• Phone IP
• Subnet mask
• Default gateway
• Primary DNS IP
• TFTP
Figure 11. Admin Menu in the VoWiFi Handset.
Other menus are described in User Manual, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset, TD 92599EN.
9.2
Quick Access to the VoWiFi Handset’s Device Information
For quick access to device information, short codes can be used from the idle menu. To
display this information, enter the following codes in the VoWiFi Handset.
Information
Code
Software version
*#34# > Software
Hardware version
*#34# > Hardware
IP address
*#34# > Network info
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Subnet mask
*#34# > Network info
Default gateway
*#34# > Network info
MAC address
*#34# > Hardware
Current BSSID
*#76#
Current ESSID
*#76# or *#34#
Current RSSI
*#76#
Current channel
*#76#
Site survey functions
*#77#
Note: Other settings and information can be found on the internal web administration
page, refer to chapter 8 VoWiFi Handset Internal Web Administration Page on page 58.
9.3
LED indications
The following table shows the LED indications that are used for the VoWiFi Handset.
LED indication
Description
None
Switched off.
Green, fixed
Handset fully charged and in charger.
Green, flashing, slow
Switched on, but not in charger.
Orange, fixed
Charging
Orange, flashing
Low battery
Red, fixed
Software error. Service needed.
Red, flashing
Very low battery
Red, flashing, slow:
No network connection.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common operational problems, and
information on warnings you may receive.
Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems. If this checklist does not solve
the problem, contact the system administrator.
If other users have similar problems, there may be a system error.
10.1 Fault Symptoms
If any of the following Fault Symptoms occur, follow the instructions below.
Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
The display stays dark
Low battery level or faulty Charge the battery. If the VoWiFi
VoWiFi Handset.
Handset does not work after
charging, contact the system
administrator.
There is no ring signal
“Ringer off“ icon is on, or
ringer volume is set to
silent, or faulty VoWiFi
Handset.
Press and hold the Mute key, or
increase volume (in the VoWiFi
Handset, select Settings > Sound &
Alerts > Volume) or contact the
system administrator.
Connected call but no
sound or one way sound
IP adressing fault, or
muted or bad speaker/
microphone
1) Note the IP address of the VoWiFi
Handset. Turn the VoWiFi Handset
off and ping the IP address. If
something is found, the problem is
an IP address conflict.
2) Check if the VoWiFi Handsets are
muted.
3) Use a headset to eliminate bad
speakers/microphone.
Voice quality is bad
Increased traffic load or
interference.
1) Check if QoS is working in both
directions. Voice traffic should be
prioritized on both the LAN and the
WLAN.
2) Connect to other phones (wired,
analogue or external) to determine
if it is the other end that may cause
bad quality.
3) Do a site survey and check for
areas with under/over coverage and
other interfering 802.11 systems.
4) Do a network performance test to
ensure the wired LAN/backbone has
adequate capacity.
5) Use a spectrum analyser and look
for non 802.11 interference.
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Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
Battery life is bad
DTIM might not be set
correctly.
1) Check “Beacon interval” and
“DTIM” settings in the AP.
2) Verify the coverage, since low
signal strength will make the VoWiFi
Cisco/Ekahau location
client settings needs to be Handset to constantly search for
other APs and thereby consuming
changed.
more power.
U-APSD is not used.
3) Use a sniffer and check the
amount of broadcast traffic that is
transmitted on the WLAN.
4) Check if correct models of the
chargers are used.
5) Verify with another battery.
6) If the system is supposed to use
U-APSD for voice calls check the
voice power save mode parameter
in the PDM.
7) If using Cisco/Ekahau location
client, change the settings.
10.2 Display Information
The following error messages can be shown in the VoWiFi Handset display:
Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
No access
The VoWiFi Handset is in
range, but has no access
rights.
Switch off the VoWiFi Handset and
then switch it on again. If this does
not work, contact the system
administrator.
Handset has found and
associated to the WLAN
(a wireless network with
the configured SSID and
correct security settings).
But it can connect to
neither the gatekeeper
nor the IMS3.
1) Check if the VoWiFi Handset has
an IP address by entering the
“Network info” screen. If not check
the WEP key if used or WPA/WPA2
passphrase.
2) If using WEP, double-check the
key if the VoWiFi Handset has no IP
address. If you have a wireless
sniffer, configure it to the correct
key and try to decode packets both
from and to the VoWiFi Handset.
3) Check the Gateway address. Try
to ping the gateway from another
PC.
4) Check the IMS3 address. Try to
ping the IMS3 from another PC.
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Display shows
Probable cause
No network.
The VoWiFi Handset is out The beeps can be stopped with the
of coverage,
mute button. Then go into range.
(The VoWiFi Handset
beeps once a minute with
a low tone followed by a
high tone (during max 30
minutes). If the vibrator is
enabled, it vibrates after
the last beep.)
Action or comment
or faulty VoWiFi Handset. Note: When re-entering the
coverage area it can take a couple of
The VoWiFi Handset
cannot find the wireless minutes before the VoWiFi Handset
automatically has registered into
infrastructure with
settings matching those the system.
configured in the VoWiFi
Handset.
If this does not work, contact the
system administrator.
1) Check the SSID. The SSID
configured in the VoWiFi Handset
must be identical to the SSID
configured in the system
infrastructure.
2) Check the security settings. The
security settings, that is,
authentication and encryption must
match the settings in the system
infrastructure.
3) Check for 802.11d multi
regulatory domain settings. The
VoWiFi VoWiFi Handset (software
version 2.x.x) must be able to
detect in which country it is located
to use the correct channel and
transmit power settings. Later
versions have a parameter
specifying if 802.11d should be
used or not. This is provided by the
infrastructure according to the
802.11d standard.
4) Check which channels are used.
The VoWiFi VoWiFi Handset uses by
default channel 1, 6 and 11. If the
infrastructure is configured to use
any other channel, change it to use
only 1, 6 and 11 as this is the
recommended setting.
5) Check that the correct Network
(A, B, C or D) setting is selected.
Voice only
The VoWiFi Handset is
configured to use both a
gatekeeper and an IMS3,
but has lost contact with
the IMS3.
1) Check the IMS3 address. Try to
ping the IMS3 from another PC.
2) Remove VoWiFi Handset from
DP1. When connected to the PDM
via USB on the Desktop Programmer
(DP1), the VoWiFi Handset cannot
connect to the IMS3 and may then
show “Voice only”.
3) If messaging is not used in the
system, verify that the IMS3 address
is configured to 0.0.0.0.
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Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
Messaging only
The VoWiFi Handset is
configured to use both a
gatekeeper and an IMS3
but has lost contact with
the gatekeeper.
1) Check the Gateway address. Try
to ping the gateway from another
wireless client.
2) Try to send a message. The idle
connection check interval to the
IMS3 is much longer than to the
gateway. Sometimes when all
network connection is lost the
VoWiFi Handset will show
“Messaging only” for quite some
time, because it discovers it has lost
connection to the gateway much
faster than it discovers loss of
connection to the IMS3. In this case
the VoWiFi Handset will eventually
change to “No access”.
3) If the VoWiFi Handset is
supposed to use Gatekeeper
discovery, verify that the configured
Gatekeeper IP address is 0.0.0.0.
4) Check the Endpoint number and
the Endpoint ID. If both are
configured, they MUST match the
Endpoint ID and Endpoint number
registered in the IP PBX. Clear the
Endpoint ID.
Faulty VoWiFi Handset.
Select the reset option on the
middle soft key. If this is not
available or the problem persists
send the VoWiFi Handset for service.
Enter PIN code
Phone lock is activated.
Enter the required PIN code. If the
PIN code has been lost, enter a new
PIN code via the PDM/IMS3 or do a
factory reset via the PDM/IMS3.
Battery low, charge now
The battery level is low.
Charge the VoWiFi Handset, or
replace or charge the battery.
SERVICE NEEDED
Parameters corrupt
Note: This display
message is only shown in
English.
Phonebook is not
The phonebook is not
available at the moment. activated or does not
respond.
Try again later or if the fault persists
do a factory reset via the admin
menu or via the PDM/IMS3.
Note that it may take several
minutes for the phonebook to be
available if there are many entries in
Contacts and/or company
phonebook.
Voice mail number not
defined
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number defined in the
VoWiFi Handset.
Define a Voice mail number via the
PDM/IMS3.
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10.3 Troubleshooting from the VoWiFi Handset Internal Web Administration Page
It is possible to view statistics for Voice and WLAN connectivity and to create debug and
error logs from the internal web administration page. The logs and the statistics can then be
interpreted by your supplier.
1
In a web browser, enter the VoWiFi Handset´s IP address to access the internal web
administration page for the VoWiFi Handset. The IP address can be found in the
VoWiFi Handset´s menu (Settings >Device info >Network info).
2
Click the “Troubleshoot“ button.
3
If needed, enter administration user name and administration password to access
further pages.
Default user name and password for an administrator:
•
•
User name: admin
Password: changeme
In the Troubleshoot view, the following can be shown (see figure 12 on page 68):
•
•
•
•
Debug log
Error log
Voice calls statistics
WLAN connectivity statistics
12.
Figure
Figure 12. Troubleshoot page
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Related Documents
Data Sheet, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset
TD 92587EN
Quick Reference Guide, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset
TD 92597EN
User Manual, Ascom i62 VoWiFi Handset
TD 92599EN
Data Sheet, DP1, Desktop Programmer for Ascom i62 VoWiFi
Handset
TD 92749EN
Data Sheet, Portable Device Manager (PDM)
TD 92324EN
Installation and Operation Manual, Portable Device Manager (PDM) TD 92325EN
Data Sheet, Integrated Wireless Messaging & Services – IMS3
TD 92779EN
Installation and Operation Manual, IMS3
TD 92762EN
Data Sheet, Unite Connectivity Manager
TD 92739EN
Installation and Operation Manual, Unite Connectivity Manager
TD 92735EN
System Description, Ascom VoWiFi System
TD 92313EN
System Planning, Ascom VoWiFi System
TD 92408EN
Function Description, Ascom VoWiFi System
TD 92314EN
Function Description, Location in Ascom VoWiFi System
TD 92607GB
Function Description, Product Licensing Overview
TD 92677GB
User Guide, Site Survey Tool
TD 92220GB
Installation and Operation Manual, Phonebook Service
TD 92360GB
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Document History
For details in the latest version, see change bars in the document.
Version
Date
Description
A
10 January 2011
First version
B
20 June 2011
• Removed section 802.1X with LEAP.
• Added description of parameters for Mandown and No-movement alarms.
• Replaced IMS2 with IMS3.
• Minor text and layout changes.
C
1 September 2011
• Replaced WinPDM with PDM.
• Replaced Elise2 with Elise3 in graphics.
• Edited section Related Documents.
• Minor text changes.
D
9 December
• Added Manufacturer address.
• Update of Admin menu tree.
• Minor text updates
Appendix A: Working with Templates
This section describes how to manage templates when using both the PDM and the Device
Manager in the IMS3.
When creating a template in the PDM and in the Device Manager, the templates must be
identical to avoid that the template’s parameters override each other when synchronising
the VoWiFi Handset with PDM or Device Manager.
A template can simply be copied between PDM and Device Manager.
The following workflow describes how to create a template in the Device Manager and then
copy it to the PDM. However, it is also possible to create a template in PDM and copy it to the
Device Manager.
A.1
Create a Template
1
Open the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
Select the “Templates“ tab and open the menu “Template > New...“. The New
Template window is opened.
3
Select the corresponding device type and parameter version that matches the
software version installed on the VoWiFi Handset. Give the template a descriptive
name.
The parameters that are not part of the template will be left unchanged on the VoWiFi
Handset. The parameter version of an installed VoWiFi Handset is visible under the Numbers
tab or the Devices tab.
4
Click “OK“.
5
Select the checkbox of each parameter that you want to be part of this template and
enter the proper value.
6
Click “OK“ to save the template.
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1
Open the Device Manager in the IMS3.
2
Select the “Templates“ tab.
3
Select the template to be exported.
4
Select “Template“ > “Export“. Alternatively, right-click the template and select
“Export...“. The Export templates window is opened.
5
Give the template (*.tpl) a descriptive name and click “Save“.
See also A.3 Import a Parameter File.
A.3
Import a Parameter File
The parameter version file (*.def) the template is based on, must have been imported to the
PDM to be able to import the template later on. If the parameter file is not imported, do as
follows:
A.4
1
Open the PDM.
2
Select “File“ > “File management“.
3
Select the “Parameter definition“ tab.
4
Click “Add“. The Import files window is opened.
5
Locate the parameter file (*.def), or the package file (*.pkg) where the parameter
file is inlcuded. Ask you supplier.
6
Click “Open“ to import the file.
Import a Template
1
Open the PDM.
2
Select “File“ > “Import“ > “Templates...“. The Import templates window is opened.
3
Locate the template to be imported.
4
Click “Open“ to import the template.
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Index
A
Audio adjustment ..................................................... 39
B
Baseline ....................................................................... 43
C
Central Phonebook ...................................................
certificate ....................................................................
certificates ..................................................................
Company Phonebook ...............................................
45
37
15
45
F
Factory reset .............................................................. 24
H
Headset configuration ............................................. 39
I
Installation.................................................................. 12
L
LED indications .......................................................... 67
License upgrade ........................................................ 21
M
Messenger..................................................................... 6
O
over-the-air ................................................................ 11
P
PDM ................................................................................ 6
Profiles ......................................................................... 41
Protector ....................................................................... 6
S
Services........................................................................
Shared phone.............................................................
Shortcuts.....................................................................
Site Survey Tool.........................................................
57
42
43
43
T
Talker ............................................................................. 6
TFTP .............................................................................. 20
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