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6757i CT RP Phone
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Warning: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Warning: This equipment complies with FCC and IC RF radiation exposure limits
set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This device must be operated such
that; a minimum separation distance of at least 20cm is maintained between the radiator
(antenna) & user’s/nearby people’s body at all times and it must not be co-located or
operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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Table of Contents
Software License Agreement .................................................................... iii
Introduction ................................................................................................. 1
Phone Features – 6757i CT RP Base Unit ..............................................
Phone Features – 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset ................................
Requirements ...........................................................................................
About This Guide......................................................................................
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Safety Information (6757i CT RP and handset) ........................................ 3
Handset and Base Station ....................................................................... 3
Batteries .................................................................................................... 3
Phone Parts ................................................................................................. 5
Optional Accessories for 6757i CT RP (Not Included) .......................... 6
Key Panels and Descriptions ..................................................................... 7
Base Unit Key Panel................................................................................. 7
Base Unit Key Description....................................................................... 8
Handset Key Panel ................................................................................. 10
Handset Key Description ....................................................................... 10
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit..................................... 12
Direct or Shared Network Connection..................................................
Connecting to the Network and to Power ............................................
Connecting a Handset or Headset ........................................................
Desk or Wall Installation ........................................................................
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset....................... 19
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit............................................... 21
Response Point Assistant ..................................................................... 21
Phone User Interface.............................................................................. 22
Aastra Web User Interface..................................................................... 23
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset................................. 27
Language ................................................................................................
Ring Tone ................................................................................................
Call Timer ................................................................................................
Vibrate .....................................................................................................
Key Lock .................................................................................................
Backlight .................................................................................................
Silent Alert ..............................................................................................
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Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Base Unit) ..................................... 29
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Charging Cradle .....................................................................................
Battery Installation and Charging .........................................................
Belt Clip ...................................................................................................
Using a Headset with your Telephone..................................................
Battery Status Icons...............................................................................
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Adjusting the Volume.............................................................................
Status Lights (LEDs) ..............................................................................
Call Timer ................................................................................................
Softkeys ..................................................................................................
Line/Call Appearance Keys ...................................................................
Using a Headset with your Telephone..................................................
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Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Handset) ....................................... 32
Adjusting the Volume............................................................................. 32
Handset Status Light (LED) ................................................................... 32
Alerter Tones .......................................................................................... 32
Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules.......................................... 33
Installing the M670i or M675i................................................................. 34
Troubleshooting Solutions....................................................................... 36
Limited Warranty ....................................................................................... 37
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Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the Model 6757i CT RP Phone Phone!
The 6757i CT RP communicates over an IP network and offers a cordless
extension, allowing you to place and receive calls in the same manner as a
regular business telephone. The 6757i CT RP has been specifically
designed to operate as part of the AastraLink RP solution, a phone
system that offers breakthrough voice-activated user interface,
simplified setup and user management, and effortless mobility,
powered by Microsoft® Response Point™.
Phone Features – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
• 11 line graphical LCD screen (144 x 128 pixels) with white backlight
• 12 multi-functional softkeys
- 6 Top Keys: programmable static softkeys (up to 10 programmable
functions)
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- 6 Bottom Keys: programmable state-based softkeys (up to 20 programmable functions)
3 call appearance lines with LEDs
Supports up to 9 call lines
Full-duplex speakerphone for handsfree calls
Headset support (modular connector)
Built-in-two-port, 10/100 Ethernet switch - lets you share a connection
with your computer.
Inline power support (based on 802.3af standard) which eliminates
power adapters.
AC power adapter (included)
Phone Features – 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset
5 line backlit display screen
2 multi-functional softkeys
Programmable function key supports up to 14 functions
Vibration Alerter
Headset Jack
Desk charging stand
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Introduction
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Introduction
Requirements
The 6757i CT RP Phone requires the following environment:
• An account on an AastraLink RP phone system powered by Microsoft
Response Point.
• Ethernet/Fast Ethernet LAN (10/100 Mb).
• Category 5/5e straight through cabling.
• Power over Ethernet (PoE) inline power injector (optional accessory necessary only if your network provides no inline power and if you do
not use the IP Phone’s power adapter).
About This Guide
This manual describes how to physically set up your new 6757i CT RP. It
includes the Base Unit and Handset safety information. For regulatory
information about the 6757i CT RP phone, see the "Regulatory Compliance
and Safety Information" sheet included in your package.
Not all features listed are available by default and some may depend on
your phone system or service provider. Contact your system administrator
if you have any questions on what features and services are available to
you on your system. This guide complements the AastraLink RP
Administrator Guide and the Aastra 6757i CT RP User Guide.
AastraLink Administrator Guide – is designed for network administrators,
system administrators, developers and partners who need information on
installing this product on an IP network.
Aastra 6757i CT RP Phone User Guide – explains the most commonly used
IP telephone features for an end user.
These guides along with release notes, system updates, etc. can be
downloaded from our Web site at www.aastratelecom.com/IPPhones.
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Safety Information (6757i CT RP and handset)
Prior to installing and using the 6757i CT RP and handset, please read the
following important safety information.
Warning: This equipment complies with FCC and IC RF radiation
exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This
device must be operated such that; a minimum separation distance of at
least 20cm is maintained between the radiator (antenna) & user’s/nearby
people’s body at all times and it must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Handset and Base Station
DO NOT:
• Use this handset near medical equipment such as pacemakers.
• Place the handset in areas subject to explosive hazards, flammable liquids or gases.
• Set up and use the handset close to devices that emit electromagnetic
fields (i.e. electric motors, household appliances, fluorescent lamps,
computers, radios, televisions, VCR’s, DVD’s etc.) Operation of the
handset could be adversely affected if exposed to such fields and, at
minimum, subject to interference and poorer quality voice communication.
• Locate the handset and base station near water, moisture, damp areas,
heat sources, direct sunlight, areas with excessive dust, vibration or temperature extremes.
• Clean the handset using any chemical or commercial cleaner. Use only
an anti-static or soft moistened cloth to clean the handset. Disconnect
the charger stand prior to cleaning.
Note: Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone. The
base station transmitter, which is built in to the desk phone, must be installed
to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons.
Batteries
Please observe the following guidelines when dealing with the batteries:
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Never tamper with or dismantle the battery pack
Avoid touching the battery contacts
If necessary, clean the contacts with a damp cloth
Protect the battery contacts from contact with any metal objects
Never immerse batteries in water or throw them into a fire
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Safety Information (6757i CT RP and handset)
Warning: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority
to operate the equipment.
Safety Information (6757i CT RP and handset)
When setting up the phone:
• Use only the rechargeable batteries supplied with this product
• Follow the battery installation instructions included with this guide
Note: That it takes two to three charging cycles for the batteries to reach their fully
charged state.
• Charge the batteries using only the charger stand supplied with this
product
In operation:
• It is normal for the batteries to become warm when charging.
• Discharge the batteries from time to time to prolong their service life.
To do this, do not place the phone back into the charger stand until the
batteries are completely or almost completely discharged. The battery
icon on the display will indicate when the batteries are low and an alert
tone is sounded every three minutes.
• Only use batteries and charging units approved by the manufacturer.
• If you do not intend to use the phone for an extended period, the batteries should be removed from the handset.
• Store batteries at room temperature. Above average temperatures tend
to reduce the service life of batteries.
• Do not throw away or incinerate used batteries. Take them to an
appropriate collection point for recycling or send them back to your supplier or distributor.
The batteries included with the 6757i CT RP handset are designed to
provide up to four hours talk time and ninety six hours standby
time. Actual battery performance can be affected by a wide variety of
environmental and user factors.
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Phone Parts
When you unpack your phone, you should ensure that you have all of the
following items. If any part is missing, contact the supplier of your phone.
6757i CT RP Phone
Wall Mount
Drilling Template
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Telephone Base
Power Adapter
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Ethernet Cable
Handset
Wall Mount
Drilling Template
Handset Cord
Power Adapter
Belt Clip
(for charging cradle)
Telephone Base
Desk Legs
6757i CT RP
Cordless Handset
Screws and
Anchors for
Wall Mounting
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Phone Parts
Optional Accessories for 6757i CT RP (Not Included)
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Inline Power Injector
Additional Ethernet Cable
(category 5/5e straight
through cable)
Model M675i Expansion Module
Model M670i Expansion Module
A PoE (Power over Ethernet) inline power injector supplies 48v power to
the 6757i CT RP through the Ethernet Cable on pins 4 & 5 and 7 & 8.
Warning: Do not use this PoE inline power injector to power other
devices.
The Model M670i Expansion Module and Model M675i Expansion Module
attach to the right side of the 6757i CT RP phone. Model M670i provides 36
additional softkeys for the phone. Model M675i provides 60 additional
softkeys. For more information about the expansion modules, see the
section, Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules on page page 33.
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Key Panels and Descriptions
Base Unit Key Panel
High quality speakphone
HAC handset
Message waiting lamp
12 softkeys
- 6 static
- 6 dynamic
Key Panels and Descriptions
Goodbye key
Options key
Hold key
Redial Key
Volume control
Navigational keys
11-line LCD screen
Keypad
Speakerphone/headset toggle key
Mute key
3 call appearance lines
Response Point key
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Key Panels and Descriptions
Base Unit Key Description
Keys
Key Description
Goodbye
Goodbye key - Ends an active call. The Goodbye
key also exits an open list, such as the Options List,
without saving changes.
Options key - Accesses options to customize your
phone. Your System Administrator may have
already customized some of your settings. Check
with your System Administrator before changing
the administrator-only options.
Hold
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Hold key - Places an active call on hold. To retrieve
a held call, press the call appearance button beside
the light that is flashing.
Redial
Redial key - Redials up to 100 previously dialed
numbers. Pressing the Redial key twice
simultaneously redials the last dialed number.
Volume control keys - Adjusts the volume for the
handset, headset, ringer, and handsfree speaker.
See "Adjusting the Volume" on page 29 for more
information.
Response Point key -Allows you to access the
Microsoft Response Point voice-activated dialing
options.
Line/Call Appearance key - Connects you to a line
or call. The Aastra 6757i CT RP phone supports up
to 3 line keys.
Speaker/Headset key - Activates Handsfree for
making and receiving calls without lifting the
handset. When the audio mode option is set, this
key is used to switch between a headset and the
handsfree speakerphone. See "Customizing your
6757i CT RP Base Unit" on page 21 for more
information.
Mute
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Mute key - Mutes the microphone so that your
caller cannot hear you (the light indicator flashes
when the microphone is on mute).
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Keys
Key Description
Navigation keys - Pressing the UP and DOWN
arrow keys lets you view different status and text
messages on the LCD display (if there is more than
1 line of status/text messages). These buttons also
let you scroll through menu selections, such as the
Options List.
Pressing the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys lets you
view the different line/call appearances. While in
the Options List, these keys allow you to exit or
enter the current option. When you are editing
entries on the display, pressing the LEFT arrow key
erases the character on the left; pressing the RIGHT
arrow key sets the option.
Softkeys - 12 softkeys on the 6757i CT RP Phone.
- 6 Top Keys: programmable static softkeys (up to
10 programmable functions)
- 6 Bottom Keys: programmable state-based
softkeys (up to 20 programmable functions)
Key Panels and Descriptions
These keys also perform as follows:
• Callers list key - Accesses the last 200 calls
received.
• Conference key - Begins a conference call with
the active call.
• Xfer Key - Transfers the active call to another
number.
• Directory Key - Displays up to 200 names and
phone numbers (stored in alphabetical order)
Note: For more information about programming
the softkeys to perform specific functions, see the
Aastra Model 6757i CT RP User Guide.
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Key Panels and Descriptions
Handset Key Panel
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Handset Key Description
Function #
Function Description
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Receiver
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Volume key
• During Ringing: Adjusts ringer volume
• During a call: Adjusts receiver volume
• During text mode (not in a call): Moves cursor
right/left
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Display
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Features ƒ Key List
• Access key to the programmed Feature Key List
• Scrolls up when in the various lists
• Adds a space during editing
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Softkeys
• Activates feature or option shown on the display
above the keys
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Function #
Function Description
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Call key
• Used to obtain dial tone
• Also used as a Hold key
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Dial Pad
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Mute Key
• When used, prevents the caller from hearing you
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Headset Jack
Status Light
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Release key
• To end calls and go on hook
• Exits Menu and the various lists
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Menu Key
• Access key to the different Options
• Scrolls down when in the various lists
• Used as Backspace during editing
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Response Point Key
• Access key to the Microsoft Response Point voiceactivated dialing options.
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Charging Jack
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Charging Contacts
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Microphone
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
The 6757i CT RP base unit can be setup to share a network connection with
another network device. Power can be provided by an AC adapter, an
802.3af compliant network power source or with a PoE inline power
injector (optional accessory). It can also be installed on a desk or mounted
on the wall. If your System Administrator has already set up your phone on
the server, the Response Point server will automatically provide all
required configuration to your phone as soon as it is connected to the
network. Please refer to the Getting Started Guide or contact your System
Administrator for further information.
Direct or Shared Network Connection
The phone can be set up as a direct network connection to the Ethernet wall
jack or as a shared network connection as a pass-through if connecting a
computer or another network device to the phone.
Direct Network Connection
Located at the top of the phone are two fully switched 10/100 Mbps
Ethernet cable ports. The port marked with LAN is used to connect the
phone to the network, as well as provide power to your phone (if
required). See the section "Connecting to the Network and to Power" on
page 14 for more information.
Power Adapter
Connection
Network Jack
(if Inline power provided,
do not install the power adapter)
Ethernet
Cable
Separate
Network
Jack
Other Network Devices
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To Network
Power
Adapter
Shared Network Connection
Power Adapter
Connection
To Other
Network Device
Network Jack
(if Inline power provided,
do not install the power adapter)
To Network
Ethernet
Cables
Power
Adapter
Other Network Devices
Note: The PC jack on the 6757i CT RP does not supply inline power onto other network devices. All Ethernet cables used must be category 5/5e straight-through
cables, such as the cable provided with your phone
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
To connect a network device (such as a computer) to the phone, connect an
Ethernet cable into the network port on the top of the phone marked PC.
Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the network port on the
network device with which you are sharing the network connection.
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Connecting to the Network and to Power
Inline Power Provided
If your network provides 802.3af compliant in-line power, the phone is
powered through the network.
1. On the top of your phone, connect the Ethernet cable (provided with
your phone) into the network port marked with LAN.
2. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable directly into the network jack on
the wall.
Ethernet
Cable
Network Jack
(if Inline
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To Network
Inline Power Not Provided
1. On the top of your phone, connect the Ethernet cable (provided with
your phone) into the network port marked with LAN.
2. On the PoE power injector, plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into
the network jack marked as indicated in the following illustration.
3. On the PoE power injector, connect an additional Ethernet cable into the
network port as indicated in the following illustration..
4. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the network jack on the
wall.
5. Plug the PoE power injector into a power outlet.
Ethernet
Cables
To PoE
Network Jack
Power Outlet
PoE
Power injector
(if Inline power is
not provided)
To Phone
To Network
Jack
Note: You should connect the power supply to a surge protector or power bar. All
Ethernet cables used must be category 5/5e straight-through cables, such as
the cable provided with your phone.
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
If your network does not provide 802.3af compliant in-line power, you need
to install the supplied AC adapter or the PoE inline power injector (optional
accessory).
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Connecting a Handset or Headset
Handset
Turn the phone over and locate the handset jack marked j. Insert one
end of handset cord into the jack until it clicks into place. Then route the
handset cord through the groove as shown in the illustration below. Attach
the handset to the other end of the handset cord.
To Headset
To Handset
Headset (Optional)
Turn the phone over and locate the headset jack marked f. Insert the
headset cord into the jack until it clicks into place. Then route the headset
cord through the groove as shown in the above illustration.
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Desk or Wall Installation
The desk installation for the 6757i CT RP phone consists of two legs that
attach to the back of the phone near the top corners. A total of four
different viewing angles allows users to personalize their phone viewing
preference.
Attach each leg by inserting the tabs on the leg into the slots on the bottom
of the phone. There are three pair of leg slots on each corner of the phone;
each leg uses two pairs (1&2, or 2&3) giving two leg positions designating
different viewing angles. Furthermore, the legs can be reversed which
offer two additional viewing angles.
For a higher viewing angle, use the second and third slots from the top. For
a lower viewing angle, use the first and second slots from the top. Then
push the stand towards the phone until it snaps into place.
Three stand slot locations
for customizing the height
of the desk phone.
20.7 deg.
Incline Angle
23.3 deg.
Incline Angle
26.6 deg.
Incline Angle
30.9 deg.
Incline Angle
Four Different Viewing Angles
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Install on the Desk
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Install on the Wall
The 6757i CT RP phone has two pre-drilled wall mounting holes on the
back of the phone. Using the provided wall mount drilling template, locate
and mark the position for the mounting screws on the wall. Depending on
the wall type, you may need to use wall anchors. Both the screws and wall
anchors are included with your phone.
Place the wall mount holes on the phone over the screw heads on the wall
and pull down to lock the phone in.
Wall Mount Holes
Note: You may wish to purchase a short Ethernet cable from a local supplier for a
wall installation. Also, if 802.3af compliant in-line power is not provided on
your network, and you are installing the 6757i CT RP base unit on a wall
using a PoE in-line power injector, you may also wish to use an equivalent
flat Ethernet cable rather than the one provided.
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset
Charging Cradle
The charging cradle is designed to be placed on a desk or any appropriate
flat surface. To set up the charging cradle:
1. Plug the modular cord of the power adapter into the jack on the bottom
of the cradle. Route the cord through the retaining tabs of the molded
cord slot. Verify the cradle rests on all four feet and doesn’t wobble.
2. Plug the other end of the power adapter into a non-switched AC outlet.
It is recommended that the adapter should not be plugged into an electrical power bar and should be the only item plugged into the AC outlet.
Non-switched
AC Outlet
Battery Installation and Charging
The handset is powered by a nickel metal hydride battery pack. To install
and charge the battery:
1. Place the battery pack in the battery compartment with the connector
wires pointing towards the bottom of the handset
2. Connect the battery terminal wire to the charging pins within the battery compartment
3. Slide the cover of the battery compartment from the bottom of the handset until it locks into place
4. Place the handset, face up, in the charging cradle. The handset should
easily slide into the charging cradle. If it does not, check the battery
compartment cover to ensure it is properly closed.
5. Check the battery icon on the handset screen to confirm that it is blinking and that the battery is properly charging.
The cordless handset is automatically "factory paired" to the base station
and will establish contact with the base station once both units have been
successfully installed. This connection can be verified by checking for the
presence of the Reception range icon m beside the battery icon b on the
handset screen.
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Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Cordless
There are two steps involved in setting up the 6757i CT RP cordless
handset. The charging cradle needs to be plugged in and the batteries need
to be installed in the handset.
Installation and Setup – 6757i CT RP Cordless
Note: The battery must be charged for a minimum of six hours prior to initial usage
of the handset.
Handset
(face down)
Belt Clip
To install the belt clip, snap one arm of the clip into the slot on the side of
the handset and then slide the other arm into the slot on the other side of
the handset until it snaps into place.
Using a Headset with your Telephone
The 6757i CT RP cordless handset accepts headsets through the jack on the
bottom of the handset. Contact your telephone equipment retailer or
distributor to purchase a compatible headset. Customers should read and
observe all safety recommendations contained in headset operating guides
when using any headset.
Battery Status Icons
The display provides “at a glance” information on the handset battery:
d
c
b
a
f
The bars indicate the battery charge level — 4 for
full, needs recharging
when only 1 bar appears.
The bars will flash when
the battery is being
recharged on the charger
stand.
Note: The handset is designed to recharge the batteries automatically, when
required and placed on the charger stand. The battery icon will not flash and
the handset does not charge every time it is placed on the stand. If a defective
battery is replaced, then the battery icon is not identified until the new battery
is charged for at least 2 minutes.
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
There is a list of configuration options, accessed by pressing the
key on the phone. In addition, several features can be configured using the
Microsoft Response Point Assistant software on your computer. You can
access some of these options via the Aastra Web User Interface also.
Response Point Assistant
Installing the Response Point Assistant
1. Insert the Response Point CD.
The Microsoft Response Point Setup wizard opens.
2. Select Install Microsoft Response Point Assistant, and click Next.
3. On each page, click Next to move to the following page of the wizard.
4. When you reach the last page of the wizard, click Finish.
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
In order to use the Response Point Assistant, you must first install the
program on our computer. Once you have the Response Point program
installed you can use the program to change your phone options at any
time.
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Starting the Response Point Assistant
1. On the Start menu, point to All Programs and click Microsoft Response
Point Assistant.
The Response Point Assistant opens.
2. In the Extension number box, type your extension number.
3. In the Password box, type your password. The default is 9999.
4. If necessary, select a base unit from the list.
5. Click Log On.
Click Help for assistance on the options available to you within Response
Point Assistant.
Contact your system administrator or refer to the Aastra 6757i CT RP User
Guide for additional information on the Response Point Assistant.
Phone User Interface
1. Press the Options key
on the phone to enter the options list.
2. To go to an Option, use
and
to scroll through the list, or press the
number corresponding to the Option.
3. Press the Show softkey, the
button, or press the digit number of the
corresponding option to select an option.
4. Use the softkeys to change a selected option.
5. Press the Done softkey at any time to exit the option and save the change.
6. Press the Cancel softkey, the
button, or the
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Goodbye
button at any time
to exit without saving changes.
Aastra Web User Interface
You can use the following procedure to access the phone options using the
Aastra Web User Interface.
Aastra Web User Interface
If the browser is using HTTP, the following redirect screen displays, followed by the “Security Alert” window. This process redirects HTTP to
use HTTPS for a more secure connection..
2. Click YES to accept the certificate
3. At the prompt, enter your username and password and click
.
The Network Status window displays for the IP phone you are accessing.
Note: For a user, the default user name is “user” and the password field is left blank.
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
1. Open your web browser and enter the phone’s IP address or host name
into the address field.
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
The Network Status window displays for the IP phone you are accessing.
4. You can logout of the Aastra Web User Interface at any time by clicking
Log Off.
The following categories display in the side menu of the Aastra Web User
Interface: Status, Operation, Basic Settings.
Reference
For more information about changing your options using the Aastra Web
User Interface, see the Aastra Model 6757i CT RP Phone User Guide.
Language
Select a language that you would like your phone to use for displaying
prompts and menus.
Note: Supported languages may vary depending on configuration. Contact your
Network Administrator for list of available languages.
Set Ring Tone/Tone Set
Use these options to set the preference of ring tone and call progress tones
for your phone.
• Ring Tone
Press the Change softkey to select one of the five ring tones or silent. Use
the volume bar to increase or decrease the ringer volume level.
• Tone Set
Press the Change softkey to select one of the seven predefined tone sets
for the phone to play country specific call progress tones such as dial
tone, ringing tone, busy tone, congestion tone, call waiting tone, and
ringing cadence.
Clear Message Waiting
To clear the Message Waiting Light, select the Clear softkey. The light will
flash again when there are new messages waiting.
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Contrast Level
Use these options to set the preference of contrast level and backlight for
your phone.
• Contrast Level
Use the Change softkey to cycle through eight contrast settings, which
brighten or darken the display.
Live Dialpad*
This option turns the Live Dial Pad mode ON or OFF. With live dial pad
ON, the 6757i CT RP phone automatically dials out and turns ON
Handsfree mode as soon as a dial pad key or softkey is pressed. With live
dial pad OFF, if you dial a number while the phone is on-hook, lifting the
receiver or pressing the
initiates a call to that number. Press the
Change softkey to turn ON or OFF the dial pad mode.
*Availability of feature dependant on your phone system or service provider.
Set Audio
The 6757i CT RP allows you to use a handset, a headset, or handsfree to
handle incoming and outgoing calls. The audio mode option provides
different combinations of these three methods to provide maximum
flexibility in handling calls. There are four audio mode options to choose
from:
Audio Mode Option Description
Speaker
This is the default setting. Calls can be made or
received using the handset or handsfree
speakerphone. In handset audio mode, pressing
the
button on the phone switches to
handsfree speakerphone. In Speaker audio mode,
lift the handset to switch to the handset.
Headset
Choose this setting if you want to make or receive
all calls using a handset or headset. Calls can be
switched from the handset to headset by pressing
the
button on the phone. To switch from the
headset to the handset, lift the handset.
Speaker/Headset
Incoming calls are sent to the handsfree
speakerphone first when the
button is
pressed. By pressing the button again, you can
switch back and forth between the handsfree
speakerphone and the headset. At anytime, lifting
the handset switches back to the handset from
either the handsfree speakerphone or the headset.
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
• Backlight
Use the Change softkey to cycle through different backlighting options of
OFF, ON, or Auto. Auto backlighting sets the phone to turn off the
backlighting after a period of inactivity; the idle period is user definable
under the Advanced softkey when you select the Auto option. The
backlight is turned on with a key press or state change on the phone.
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base Unit
Audio Mode Option Description
Headset/Speaker
Incoming calls are sent to the headset first when
the
button is pressed. By pressing the
button again, you can switch back and forth
between the headset and the handsfree
speakerphone. At anytime, lifting the handset
switches back to the handset from either the
headset or the handsfree speakerphone.
Headset Mic Volume
To adjust the headset microphone volume, press Advanced after selecting
the audio option, and then select the Low, Medium, or High volume level.
Network
This is a system administrator level-only option, and requires a password
to access. See the AastraLink RP Administrator Guide for details.
SIP Settings
This is a system administrator level-only option, and requires a password
to access. See the AastraLink RP Administrator Guide for details.
Phone Status
This option allows you to:
• View your network status including your phone’s IP and MAC address
• View your firmware version
• Restart your phone
There is also a system administrator level-only option to reset the phone to
factory default settings. See your system administrator for details.
User Password
Use this option to change your user password. Valid values for entering a
password are 0 to 4294967295 (integers only; symbols and alpha characters
are not allowed). Default password is an empty string "" (field is blank).
Phone Lock
Use this option to lock the phone from unauthorized users. When the
phone is locked, users are unable to dial from the phone unless it has been
unlocked. To unlock the phone, press the
the user or administrator password.
button and enter either
Note: While the phone is locked, only emergency number dialing is permitted. The
default permissible emergency numbers are 911, 999, 112, and 110; this is configurable via the Web User Interface or configuration file.
Hint: To quickly lock your phone, press the
key.
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button followed by the
There are 10 phone configuration options available on the handset.
Highlighted in this guide are those options related to basic handset
operations. To learn more about all configuration options, please consult
the Aastra 6757i CT RP User Guide.
To access the options list:
1. Press the μ key when the phone is not in use — the display will indicate
Use
to view. Use the ç and
keys for scrolling.
2. Press y key to quit at any time and to return to the main idle display
screen.
Note: The Menu and Options display revert to the regular idle mode display if no
action/activity is initiated within 20 seconds.
Language
The 6757i CT RP cordless handset offers a choice of English, French and
Spanish display languages. The default language setting is English. The
language display in use is always identified with a check mark.
To change the display language, follow the display menu prompts using
the two softkeys as required to change, cancel or select a language option.
The display will always show ƒconfirmedƒ when the selection is changed.
• Pressing the Cancel softkey will return you to the previous display.
• Pressing the y key will return you to the main idle display screen.
Ring Tone
The 6757i CT RP cordless handset offers the choice of four different ring
tones.
To change the ring tone, follow the display menu prompts using the two
softkeys as required to change, cancel or select a ring tone. Each of the
four ring tones can be heard prior to selection. The display will always
show ƒconfirmedƒ to indicate when a selection has been made.
• Pressing the Cancel softkey returns you to the options list.
• Pressing the y key returns you to the main idle display screen.
Call Timer
The duration of calls can be displayed by using this option. By default, the
Call Timer option is always Off.
• To turn the timer on, press the Change softkey and the display will indicate Timer On and √confirmed- and will quickly return to the previous
menu display.
• Pressing the y key will return you to the main idle display screen.
Note: When the call timer is enabled, the timer starts with the commencement of the
first call and continues until all other lines have been released. Therefore, the
call timer is not usable for call accounting unless the user has only been on one
line during the timing interval. The call timer continues to increment even
when the call is on hold.
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Customizing your 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset
Customizing your 6757i CT RP Cordless Handset
Vibrate
The Vibrate option allows the 6757i CT RP cordless handset to signal an
incoming call by vibrating as well as ringing. By default, this option is
always Off.
• To enable this feature, press the Change softkey and the display will
indicate Vibrate On and-confirmed- and will quickly return to the previous menu display.
• Once the Vibrate is On, the p is shown beside the ringer icon on the top
right line of the display.
• Pressing the y key will return you to the main idle display screen.
Key Lock
The key lock option enables the user to lock the keypad keys. This
prevents accidental activation of the phone while carrying it, putting in a
pocket etc.
To lock the keys from the key lock option page:
• Press Change softkey to turn Key lock ON or Off. The screen will display
Key lock On or Key lock Off -confirmed• Pressing the y key will return you to the main idle display screen.
Note: You can activate the Key Lock Off or On by pressing only the μ key and then
the * asterisk key.
Backlight
The Backlight option enables the user to have the display diffuser lighted
or not when a keypad key is pressed. Press Change softkey to turn Backlight
ON or Off.
Once the Backlight option is chosen, the screen will display Backlight On or
Backlight Off -confirmed- .
Silent Alert
The Silent Alert option will activate an internal hardware vibrator instead
of a regular ringer during an incoming call. By default, the Silent Alert is
automatically set to Off.
To activate Silent Alert from the option display:
• Press Change softkey to turn alert On or Off. The display will show
√confirmed- and the handset will vibrate if the alert has been turned on
• Once the Alert is On, the p is shown on the Top line of the display.
Note: You can active or deactivate the Silent alert by pressing only the
key and
then the – key. The Ringer Icon does not appear on the display when the
Silent alert is On.
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Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Base Unit)
Pressing the volume button
speaker, and ringer volume.
adjusts the receiver, headset,
• To adjust the ringer volume, leave the handset in the cradle and press
the volume button
while there is no active call. There are 10
settings for the ringer including Off — the display will temporarily
indicate the current ringer volume setting.
• To adjust the handset volume, lift the handset and press the volume button
while the handset is off hook. The handset will remain at
this volume until it is adjusted again.
• To adjust the headset volume, press the volume button
while
the headset is activated (activate the headset by pressing
; ensure
headset audio mode is set). The headset will remain at this volume until
it is adjusted again.
• To adjust the speaker volume, press the volume button
while
the speaker is activated (activate the speaker by pressing
; ensure
handsfree speakerphone audio mode is set). The speaker will remain at
this volume until it is adjusted again.
Status Lights (LEDs)
The speaker LED, beside the
key, and the Message Waiting
Indicator (MWI) LED, on the top right of your phone, provide visual
indications of your phone’s status.
Speaker LED
Speaker LED Status
Description
ON solid
Indicates a call is on Handsfree (speakerphone)
Slow Flash
Indicates you are using the headset.
Rapid Flash
Indicates the call is muted. Press
call off mute.
Mute
to take the
Message Waiting Indicator (MWI)
MWI LED Status
Description
Slow Flash
Indicates you have a message(s).
Rapid Flash
Indicates you have an incoming call.
Even Flash
Indicates one or more calls are on hold.
Call Timer
• When you make or answer a call, the Timer shows the elapsed time of
the call.
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Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Base Unit)
Adjusting the Volume
Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Base Unit)
Softkeys
The 6757i CT RP has 12 multi-functional softkeys:
• 6 Top Keys: programmable static softkeys (up to 10 programmable functions)
• 6 Bottom Keys: programmable state-based softkeys (up to 20 programmable functions)
These keys are located at the center of the phone on either side of the
display panel. You can set these programmable softkeys to perform
specific functions.
Line/Call Appearance Keys
The 6757i CT RP has 3 hard/line call appearance keys each with a
corresponding status light. Additional line call appearances may also be set
up on your phone as softkeys.
These line/call appearance buttons and lights represent physical lines or
calls for your extension. By pressing a line call appearance button, you
connect to the line or a call it represents. The line call appearance light
indicates the status of that line or call.
When the phone is taken off-hook, the phone will automatically select a
line for you.
Line Call Appearance LED Status
Description
OFF
Indicates idle line or no call
activity
Rapid Flash
Indicates ringing on the line.
Slow Flash
Indicates a call is on hold.
For more information about the Line Call Appearance keys, see the
Aastra Model 6757i CT RP Phone User Guide.
Using a Headset with your Telephone
The 6757i CT RP accepts headsets through the modular jack on the back of
the phone. Contact your telephone equipment retailer or distributor to
purchase a compatible headset. A non-amplified headset is required.
Customers should read and observe all safety recommendations
contained in headset operating guides when using any headset.
Note: For best headset performance, Aastra recommends non-amplified headset
equipped with modular connector.
Making and Receiving Calls using a Headset
1. Ensure that you have selected a headset audio mode by accessing the
Options menu. See the section "Customizing your 6757i CT RP Base
Unit" on page 21 for detailed information.
2. Plug the headset into jack.
3. Press the
key to obtain dial tone or answer an incoming call.
Depending on the audio mode selected from the Options menu, dial
tone or an incoming call will be received on either the headset or the
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handsfree speakerphone.
4. Press the
Goodbye
key to end the call.
Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Base Unit)
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Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Handset)
Other Phone Features (6757i CT RP Handset)
Adjusting the Volume
Receiver Volume
When on a call and while not in any edit mode, the handset’s receive
volume can be adjusted using the volume control bar located on the side of
the handset. The display feedback is a speaker facing the right side of the
display with a rectangular box on the right side of the speaker. This box
indicates the relative volume of the receiver volume: lb
Alerter Volume
The volume control bar is also used to adjust the alerter volume while the
set is idle or while the set is alerting (ringing).
The alert volume icon indicates that the alerter volume is shown while the
volume bar shows the relative volume: ¬c. The volume levels range
from off ( ¬e ) to full volume ( ¬a )
Handset Status Light (LED)
The multifunction Handset LED provides the following user feedback:
Handset LED Status
Description
Slow Flash
Indicates you have a message(s).
Rapid Flash
Indicates an alerter tone is in progress. (See next
paragraph).
Intermittent Flash
Indicates the phone is set on "mute".
Intermediate Flash
Indicates the call is on hold.
ON solid
Indicates you are on an active call.
Alerter Tones
The 6757i CT RP cordless handset uses tones to provide information as
follows:
Handset Alerter Tones
Description
Alerting
Provides user selected alerter tones.
Battery
Provides "Battery low" warning tone every 3
minutes.
Hold
Provides "Flash ring" to notify of call on hold.
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Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules
The 6757i CT RP Phone offers optional Expansion Modules that attach to
the right side of the phone to provide additional softkeys.
Model M670i
The M670i provides 36 additional softkeys on a 6757i CT RP Phone. The
M675i provides 60 additional softkeys.
Each key provides an LED for indicating call status. The M670i provides a
paper label for convenient key labeling, and the M675i provides an LCD for
displaying key labeling.
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Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules
Model M675i
Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules
Additional modules (up to 3 total modules) can be piggy-backed to an
existing module providing an additional 108 softkeys with M670is and an
additional 180 softkeys with M675is. You connect the additional modules to
the right side of an existing module. The following figure illustrates the
addition of multiple M670i modules on the 6757i CT RP phone.
Installing the M670i or M675i
On the M670i, there are 18 softkeys in each column (totaling 36 keys) on the
keypad. On the M675i, there are 10 softkeys in each column (totaling 20
keys) on the keypad. The M675i also provides 3 keys at the bottom left of
the unit that allow you to configure 20 keys for each button (totaling 60
softkeys).
M670i
M675i
The module connects to the right side of the 6757i CT RP phone via an RJ45 connector.
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Connecting the Expansion Modules to Your Phone
Use the following procedure to connect the M670i or the M675i to your
6757i CT RP phone.
RJ-45 Connectors
4. Connect the other end of the RJ-45 cable to the RJ-45 port on the back of
the expansion module as indicated in the illustration above.
5. Turn over both units to sit face up on the desk with the expansion module sitting flush against the right side of the phone.
Note: Install additional modules as applicable using additional RJ-45 cables. You
must attach any additional module to the right side of an existing module
(piggy-backed) as shown in the following illustration.
For more information about setting the softkeys, see the Aastra Model
6757i CT RP Phone User Guide.
Model 6757i CT RP Phone Installation Guide 35
Model M670i and M675i Expansion Modules
1. Turn your phone over to show the bottom of the phone.
2. Turn the expansion module over to show the bottom of the module.
3. Connect one end of the RJ-45 cable to the RJ-45 port on the back of your
phone as indicated in the illustration below.
Back of Expansion
Back of Phone
Module
Troubleshooting Solutions
Troubleshooting Solutions
Why is my handset not working?
Check to ensure that the handset cord is fully connected to both the phone
and handset. See the section "Connecting a Handset or Headset" on
page 16 for information.
Why is my speakerphone not working?
If you press
and the speaker light flashes and you do not hear dial
tone, the Set Audio option has been used to set up the phone for headset
use; press
a second time. If the light goes out, the phone is set up to
be used only with a headset or handset. If the light stays on steady and you
hear dial tone, you can alternate between the speakerphone and the
headset by pressing
. See the section, "Set Audio" on page 25 for
instructions on how to change the Set Audio feature.
Why is my display blank?
Ensure that power is being provided to your phone. If your Network does
not provide Inline power over Ethernet, you can obtain an additional
accessory, the a PoE inline power injector, to provide power over
Ethernet locally to your phone. See the section "Connecting to the
Network and to Power" on page 14 for details.
Why can I only see 4 options when the installer or user guide says
there are more?
The telephone screen will only show 4 options at a time. To see more, press
the down arrow button
.
Can I turn the backlight for the screen on and off?
Yes. You can use the IP phone user interface to turn ON and OFF the
backlight for the screen.
1. Press the
key.
2. Select Display->Backlight.
3. Press the Change key to turn the backlight on and off.
4. Press Save to save the change.
Why does the telephone wobble?
Make sure the cords are routed properly through the back of the phone, as
indicated in the section, "Connecting a Handset or Headset" on page 16.
Check that the leg stands have been properly snapped into place. Since
the legs can be oriented in two different ways and in two different positions
to offer four different phone viewing angles, check that both legs are
oriented in the same direction and in the same position on either side of
the phone.
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Limited Warranty
Aastra Telecom warrants this product against defects and malfunctions during a
one (1) year period from the date of original purchase. If there is a defect or
malfunction, Aastra Telecom shall, at its option, and as the exclusive remedy, either
repair or replace the telephone set at no charge, if returned within the warranty
period.
If replacement parts are used in making repairs, these parts may be refurbished, or
may contain refurbished materials. If it is necessary to replace the telephone set, it
may be replaced with a refurbished telephone of the same design and color. If it
should become necessary to repair or replace a defective or malfunctioning
telephone set under this warranty, the provisions of this warranty shall apply to the
repaired or replaced telephone set until the expiration of ninety (90) days from the
date of pick up, or the date of shipment to you, of the repaired or replacement set,
or until the end of the original warranty period, whichever is later. Proof of the
original purchase date is to be provided with all telephone sets returned for
warranty repairs.
Exclusions
Aastra Telecom does not warrant its telephone sets to be compatible with the
equipment of any particular telephone company. This warranty does not extend to
damage to products resulting from improper installation or operation, alteration,
accident, neglect, abuse, misuse, fire or natural causes such as storms or floods,
after the telephone is in your possession.
Aastra Telecom shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages,
including, but not limited to, loss, damage or expense directly or indirectly arising
from the customers use of or inability to use this telephone, either separately or in
combination with other equipment. This paragraph, however, shall not apply to
consequential damages for injury to the person in the case of telephones used or
bought for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes.
This warranty sets forth the entire liability and obligations of Aastra Telecom
with respect to breach of warranty, and the warranties set forth or limited herein
are the sole warranties and are in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including warranties or fitness for particular purpose and merchantability.
Should the set fail during the warranty period;
In North America, please call
1-800-574-1611 for further information.
Outside North America, contact your sales representative for return instructions.
You will be responsible for shipping charges, if any. When you return this
telephone for warranty service, you must present proof of purchase.
After Warranty Service
Aastra Telecom offers ongoing repair and support for this product. This service
provides repair or replacement of your Aastra Telecom product, at Aastra
Telecom's option, for a fixed charge. You are responsible for all shipping charges.
For further information and shipping instructions;
In North America, contact our service information number: 1-800-574-1611.
Outside North America, contact your sales representative.
Note: Repairs to this product may be made only by the manufacturer and its authorized
agents, or by others who are legally authorized. This restriction applies during and after
the warranty period. Unauthorized repair will
void the warranty.
Model 6757i CT RP Phone Installation Guide 37
Limited Warranty
Warranty Repair Services
Index
A
volume key 10
headset
connecting 16
making and receiving calls 30
microphone volume 26
using 20
headset mode 25
headset/speaker mode 26
hold key 8
audio, setting 25
B
backlight 25
base station
location 19
base station guidelines 3
battery
guidelines 3
status 20
belt clip 20
I
indicator light 29
inline power
not provided 15
provided 14
installation
base unit 12
wall unit 18
introduction 1
C
call timer 29
callers list key 9
conference key 9
contrast level 25
D
desk installation 17
dialpad, live 25
directory key 9
K
E
expansion
installing 34
module M670i 6, 33
module M675i 6, 33
G
goodbye key 8
H
L
language 24
lights or LEDs
MWI 29
speaker 29
status 29
line settings 30
line/call appearance keys 8
locking phone 26
M
message waiting, clearing 24
mute key 8
MWI (message waiting indicator) 29
N
navigation keys 9
network
configuration settings 26
connecting 14
direct connection 12
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handset
backlight setting 28
call key 11
call timer 27
connecting 16
features key list 10
guidelines 3
key lock 28
language 27
menu key 11
mute key 11
release key 11
ring tone 27
silent alert 28
softkeys 10
vibrate setting 28
key descriptions
base unit 8
handset 10
key panel
base unit 7
handset 10
Index-1
Index
Index
shared connection 13
O
options key 8
P
phone
customizing 19
features
base unit 1, 29
handset 1
parts 5
requirements 2
status 26
power, connecting 14
programmable keys 9
R
redial key 8
Response Point Assistant
installing 21
starting 22
response point key 8
ring tone, setting 24
S
SIP settings 26
softkeys 9, 30
speaker mode 25
speaker/headset key 8
speaker/headset mode 25
T
tone set, setting 24
transfer key 9
U
user password 26
V
volume control keys 8
volume, adjusting 29
W
wall installation 18
warranty, limited 37
web user interface 23
Index-2
Model 6757i RP Phone Installation Guide
If you’ve read this owner’s manual and consulted the Troubleshooting section and still
have problems, please visit our Web site at www.aastra.com, or call
1-800-574-1611 for technical assistance.
Microsoft® Response Point™ is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
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