DIGITAL PHONES
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DIGITAL BUSINESS USER GUIDE
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WHAT’S INSIDE
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF YOUR CISCO DIGITAL PHONE
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CHAPTER 2 INSTALLING CISCO SPA502 OR CISCO SPA504
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CHAPTER 3 INSTALLING CISCO SPA525G2
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CHAPTER 4 BLUETOOTH ON THE CISCO SPA525G2
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CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF THE CISCO SPA SERIES DIGITAL PHONE
Navigation key, to
select menu items
Using the Directory
Message Light
Type the complete or partial name of
the contact you wish to call
3.
Use the Navigation key to move up or
down the results and highlight the
desired contact
4.
Once you select a contact use the
right arrow key to select the phone
number – business or mobile
5.
Soft key tabs
will appear on
the screen and
relate to the
function you
are performing
Right arrow
key to
select the
phone
number in a
contact
and Setup
Hold – Press Hold to
activate. Press Hold
again to deactivate
Press Dial
Enter 101 and press the dial soft key to
connect to your MessageBank®
Follow the prompts to configure your
greetings and listen to your voicemail
messages
Volume Control
Press +/- to adjust
volume. Press the
save soft key
3.
Press the Conf soft key to connect all
parties into the conference
Note - a maximum of three parties, including
the caller, can be on a conference call
Group Call Pickup
While on an active call:
1. Press the Transfer soft key
Group Call Pickup enables calls ringing on another
phone to be answered from any phone in the office.
When a phone within the office is ringing:
1. Lift the handset on any phone in the office
2.
Call Park
Using Call Park, you can put a call on hold
and pick-up the call from any other phones
in the office. While on an active call:
1. Press the Park soft key to place the
caller on hold
2.
Dial the phone number or extension of
the location you would like to resume
the call from followed by #
3.
4.
Go to the location and lift the handset
and Speaker
Transfer a Call
Wait until the call is answered, and announce the call
Enter the new party’s number, wait for
the party to answer the phone
Messages, Setup
The message light on your phone will flash
if there is a new message
Enter the number you are transferring to
2.
Messages
call
Access
your MessageBank®
2.
3.
4.
Conference Call
While on an active call:
1. Press the Conf soft key
Press the Directory soft key and select the
desired address book to access names
and numbers and create new entries. To
search for a name:
1. Press the Option Key and select the
Search option
2.
Line keys
Press the GPickup softkey
Press the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer
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Press UnPark softkey to resume the
call
CHAPTER 2 INSTALLING CISCO SPA502 OR CISCO SPA504
Connecting your phone
Turn your phone over to expose the ports on the back of the
unit
Connect one end of the power cord into the power socket at
the back of the phone. Make sure the power source is
switched OFF, and then connect the other end of the power
cord into the power socket. Switch the power source ON.
After a few moments a small phone icon will be displayed on
the top right hand corner of the phone’s LCD screen. (figure
1)
Back of Phone
PC port
DC5V Power
plug
SW
LAN
Handset
Now you are ready to set-up your user profile.
Figure 1: Initial screen
Setting up your profile
The user profile must be set-up before you can use the
phone.
Insert one end of the ‘curly’ phone cable into the port marked
‘HAC’ on the back of the phone
‘login’ will be displayed at the bottom left hand corner of the
LCD screen
Insert the other end of the ‘curly’ phone cable into the port at
the bottom of the handset
Press the soft key beneath ‘login’ to select ‘login’ (figure 1)
Connect the phone stand by lining up the tabs on the stand
with the slots on the phone body. Slide the bottom tabs into
the lower slots on the phone body and lightly press down on
the stand
Enter the Device ID and Password (obtain this information
from the Configuration Summary email received from Telstra)
using the number pad. Press the ok soft key (figure 2)
Figure 2: UserID and Password entry
The phone will restart by itself and a ‘Ready’ message will
appear. The phone is now ready for use. (figure 3)
Connect your phone to the network. Insert one end of the
Ethernet cable into the ‘SW’ LAN port on the back of the
phone. Insert the other end of the network cable into any
available Ethernet LAN (10/100) port on the router.
To provide network access to a PC and reduce the number
of Ethernet cables connected to the router, connect one end
of an additional Ethernet cable (not provided) to the port
marked “PC” on the back of the phone. Connect the other
end of the Ethernet cable to the network port on your
PC/computer.
Figure 3: Ready to use
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CHAPTER 3 INSTALLING CISCO SPA525G2
The Cisco SPA525G2 offers the option to be
connected to the Digital Business Router using WiFi
(Wireless Network) or an Ethernet Cable (Wired
Network).
Selecting the WiFi eliminates the need to for cabling,
reducing cost and clutter around the office.
Note: the voice call quality will depend on strength and
quality of the WiFi connection between the router and
the phone.
Connecting your phone to a Wired
Network (Ethernet Cable)
Turn your phone over to expose the ports on the back of the
unit
Insert one end of the ‘curly’ phone cable into the port marked
‘HAC’ on the back of the phone
Connecting your phone to a Wireless
Network (WiFi)
Insert the other end of the ‘curly’ phone cable into the port at
the bottom of the handset
NOTE: The PC port is not supported in wireless
operation. The PC port is only supported in a wired
operation.
Connect the phone stand by lining up the tabs on the stand
with the slots on the phone body. Slide the bottom tabs into
the lower slots on the phone body and lightly press down on
the stand
The Cisco SPA 525G2 phone supports a direct connection to
the wireless network. The Cisco SPA525G2 may be
configured using Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
Connect your phone to the network. (Using a wired
connection is preferred to a wireless connection). Insert one
end of the Ethernet cable into the ‘SW’ LAN port on the back
of the phone. Insert the other end of the network cable into
any available Ethernet LAN (10/100) port on the router.
You will need access to your Router to successfully connect
your phone the wireless network.
Wired Ethernet is the preferred setup method as Wireless
performance may be poor as it will vary depending on which
gateway is used and the environment
To provide network access to a PC and reduce the number
of Ethernet cables connected to the router, connect one end
of an additional Ethernet cable (not provided) to the port
marked “PC” on the back of the phone. Connect the other
end of the Ethernet cable to the network port on your
PC/computer.
DC5V Power plug
PC port
SW (Network)
Port
Handset
Connect one end of the power cord into the power socket at
the back of the phone. Make sure the power source is
switched OFF, and then connect the other end of the power
cord into the power socket. Switch the power source ON.
After a few moments a small phone icon will be displayed on
the top right hand corner of the phone’s LCD screen. (figure
1)

On your phone press the Setup button

Scroll to Network Configuration (8) and press Select

In the Wi-Fi field, press the left or right arrow to turn WiFi On. A tick represents on.

Press the Set soft key
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Scroll to Wi-Fi Configuration and press the Right Arrow

Select Wi-Fi Protected Setup

Select Push button Configuration

On the Router press and hold the WPS until the light
begins flashing
Now you are ready to set-up your user profile
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On your phone press the Select soft key to locate and
connect to the router. This can take up to 1 minute

Press OK

From the Wi-Fi configuration menu select Wireless
Status
Setting up your profile
The user profile must be set-up before you can use the
phone.

Press the Login soft key (figure 1)

Enter the User ID and Password (obtain this information
from the Configuration Summary email received from
Telstra) using the number pad.
Press the Login soft key(figure 2)
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Press the Add soft key
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Press the OK soft key
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
Press the Save soft key

The phone settings will now refresh
The phone will display that they login was successful and will
Reboot. Press the OK soft key to complete the process
(figure 3)
Figure 2: UserID and Password entry
Figure 3: Reboot
Figure 1: Initial screen
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CHAPTER 4 BLUETOOTH ON THE CISCO SPA525G2
A mobile phone or wireless headset with Bluetooth can be paired to the Cisco SPA525G2.
Pairing a Bluetooth wireless headset to the SPA525G2 allows you answer calls on your headset and be mobile around the office.
Pairing a mobile phone to the SPA525g2 allows you import all contacts to your SPA525G2, answer calls to the SPA525G2 on your mobile phone and transfer a call to the mobile
phone midway through a conversation.
Pair a Bluetooth Device
Turn ON Bluetooth on the SPA525G2
 Press Setup
 Select User Preferences
 Select Bluetooth Configuration
 Use the right arrow to turn Bluetooth on, press Set
Connect a Device to the SPA525
 Use the right arrow to select the Bluetooth Mode, press Set
 Select Search Bluetooth Profiles, press the right arrow to enter the profile screen
 Ensure your Bluetooth device (mobile phone or headset) is turned on and press Scan
 Select the device, enter the device PIN
 Select to Connect Automatically
 Press Connect
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If you have questions beyond this guide, we want to help.
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To speak with a Digital Business consultant, phone us on 13 2000 and say “Digital Business” when prompted.
When calling, please have your Account Number or phone number, including area code, ready for the consultant.
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