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eSpace 7850 IP Phone
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Contents
1 Safety Precautions ......................................................................................................................... 1
2 eSpace 7850 Overview .................................................................................................................. 3
2.1 Positioning ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.2.1 Graceful Appearance ............................................................................................................................... 3
2.2.2 Powerful Functions ................................................................................................................................. 3
2.3 Components...................................................................................................................................................... 4
2.3.1 Keys ........................................................................................................................................................ 4
2.3.2 Indicators ................................................................................................................................................ 6
2.3.3 Icons ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
2.3.4 External Ports .......................................................................................................................................... 8
2.3.5 Internal Ports ........................................................................................................................................... 9
2.4 Specifications ................................................................................................................................................... 9
2.4.1 Hardware Specifications ......................................................................................................................... 9
2.4.2 Technical Specifications........................................................................................................................ 10
3 Configuring eSpace 7850 ........................................................................................................... 11
3.1 Configuration Using the LCD ........................................................................................................................ 11
3.1.1 Setting the Language ............................................................................................................................. 11
3.1.2 Setting the Time and Date ..................................................................................................................... 11
3.1.3 Setting Time and Date Formats ............................................................................................................. 12
3.1.4 Setting the Ring Tone ............................................................................................................................ 12
3.1.5 Setting the Volume ................................................................................................................................ 12
3.1.6 Configuring the Call Forward Function ................................................................................................ 13
3.1.7 Configuring the Call Waiting Function ................................................................................................. 13
3.1.8 Setting DSS Keys .................................................................................................................................. 13
3.1.9 Setting the Send Key ............................................................................................................................. 14
3.1.10 Setting the Hot Line ............................................................................................................................ 14
3.1.11 Configuring the History Setting Function ........................................................................................... 14
3.1.12 Configuring the AA Login (Available for Huawei UC2.0 Solution) ................................................... 15
3.2 Configuration Using the Web Page ................................................................................................................ 15
3.2.1 Establishing a Configuration Environment ........................................................................................... 15
3.2.2 Accessing the Web Configuration Page ................................................................................................ 15
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3.2.3 Tab Pages on the Web Configuration Page ........................................................................................... 16
3.2.4 Status Tab Page ..................................................................................................................................... 16
3.2.5 Account Tab Page .................................................................................................................................. 18
3.2.6 Network Tab Page ................................................................................................................................. 20
3.2.7 Phone Tab Page ..................................................................................................................................... 22
3.2.8 Contacts Tab Page ................................................................................................................................. 47
3.2.9 Upgrade Tab Page ................................................................................................................................. 50
3.2.10 Security Tab Page ................................................................................................................................ 51
3.2.11 Saving Settings .................................................................................................................................... 53
4 Using eSpace 7850 ....................................................................................................................... 54
4.1 Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 54
4.1.1 Call Type ............................................................................................................................................... 54
4.1.2 Answer Mode ........................................................................................................................................ 54
4.1.3 Group Listening .................................................................................................................................... 54
4.1.4 Multiple Accounts ................................................................................................................................. 54
4.2 Making a Call ................................................................................................................................................. 55
4.2.1 Dialing .................................................................................................................................................. 55
4.2.2 Redialing ............................................................................................................................................... 55
4.2.3 Calling Back.......................................................................................................................................... 55
4.2.4 Using the Call Record List to Make a Call ........................................................................................... 55
4.2.5 Using Address Books to Make a Call.................................................................................................... 55
4.2.6 Using Speed Dial to Make a Call .......................................................................................................... 56
4.3 Answering a Call ............................................................................................................................................ 56
4.3.1 Answering a Single Call ........................................................................................................................ 56
4.3.2 Displaying Name and Department of the Calling User ......................................................................... 56
4.3.3 Answering Multiple Calls ..................................................................................................................... 56
4.4 DND Function ................................................................................................................................................ 56
4.5 Call Hold ........................................................................................................................................................ 57
4.6 Call Mute........................................................................................................................................................ 57
4.7 Call Transfer ................................................................................................................................................... 57
4.8 Three-Party Conference ................................................................................................................................. 58
4.9 BLF Function ................................................................................................................................................. 58
4.10 SCA Function ............................................................................................................................................... 58
4.11 Pickup Function ............................................................................................................................................ 59
4.12 Call Park ....................................................................................................................................................... 59
4.13 Xml Browser ................................................................................................................................................ 59
4.14 Address Book ............................................................................................................................................... 60
4.14.1 Local Address Book ............................................................................................................................ 60
4.14.2 Blacklist .............................................................................................................................................. 62
4.14.3 Remote Address Book ......................................................................................................................... 63
4.14.4 LDAP .................................................................................................................................................. 63
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4.15 Messages ...................................................................................................................................................... 64
4.15.1 Voice Messages ................................................................................................................................... 64
4.16 Expansion Modules ...................................................................................................................................... 65
4.17 Linkage Between an eSpace and an IP Phone .............................................................................................. 65
4.17.1 Associating an eSpace with an IP Phone ............................................................................................. 65
4.17.2 Using the Linkage eSpace ................................................................................................................... 67
4.18 Callback on Busy(For UC 1.1) ..................................................................................................................... 71
4.19 Callback on Busy(For UC 2.0) ..................................................................................................................... 71
4.20 Using the Extension Mobility Function (Available for Huawei UC1.1 Solution) ........................................ 72
5 Maintaining eSpace 7850 ........................................................................................................... 73
5.1 Managing Passwords ...................................................................................................................................... 73
5.2 Restarting eSpace 7850 .................................................................................................................................. 73
6 FAQs .............................................................................................................................................. 74
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1 Safety Precautions
1
Safety Precautions
General Requirements
Before you install and use the device, read these safety precautions carefully and observe
them during operation.
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During storage, transportation, and operation of the device, keep the device dry.
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During storage, transportation, and operation of the device, avoid collision and crash of
the device.
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Never attempt to dismantle the device by yourself. In case of any fault, contact the
appointed maintenance center for repair.
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Without prior written consent, no organization or individual is permitted to make any
change to the structure or safety design of the device. Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is
not liable to any consequences or legal issues due to such changes.
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While using the device, observe all applicable laws, directives and regulations, and
respect the legal rights of other people.
Environmental Requirements
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Place the device at a well-ventilated place. Do not dispose the device to direct sunlight.
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Keep the device clean and free of dusts.
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Place the device on a stable platform.
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Do not place any object on top of the device. Otherwise, the device may be too hot
during operation. It can even be deformed or damaged by the heavy load.
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Keep at least 10 cm between the device and the closest object for heat dissipation.
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Do not place the device on or near any object that can easily catch fire, such as
something made of rubber.
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Keep the device far away from any heat source or bare fire, such as a candle or an
electric heater.
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Keep the device far away from any household appliance with strong magnetic field or
electromagnetic field, such as a microwave oven or a refrigerator.
Operating Requirements
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Do not let a child operate the device without guidance.
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Do not let a child play with the device or any accessory. Swallowing the accessories may
lead to peril.
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Use the accessories provided or authorized by the manufacturer only.
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The power supply of the device shall meet the requirements of the input voltage of the
device. Use the provided surge protection power socket only.
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Before plugging or unplugging any cable, shut down the device and disconnect it from
the power supply.
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While plugging or unplugging any cable, make sure that your hands are completely dry.
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Do not tread on, pull, or over-bend any cable. Otherwise, the cable may be damaged,
leading to malfunction of the device.
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Do not use an old or a damaged power cable.
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During lightning weather, stop using the device and disconnect it from the power supply.
Unplug the power plug and the ADSL(Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) twisted pair
(the radio frequency cable) to avoid lightning strike.
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If the device is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the power supply and unplug
the power plug.
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Do not look directly into the optical interface and the laser-transmitting interface on the
device, or the infrared transmitting interface on the remote control with your eyes.
Otherwise, your eyes may be injured.
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In any of the following cases, stop using the device, disconnect it from the power supply,
and unplug the power plug immediately: there is smoke emitted from the device, or there
is some abnormal noise or smell. Contact the specified maintenance center for repair.
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Avoid any object (such as metal shavings) from entering the device from the heat
dissipation intakes.
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Before connecting any other cable, connect the ground cable of the device first. Do not
disconnect the ground cable until you disconnect all other cables.
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Make sure that the three-phase power socket is grounded reliably. The neutral line and
the live line shall not be connected inversely.
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Do not scratch or abrade the shell of the device. This may lead to malfunctions of the
device. The shed painting material may also lead to skin allergy.
Cleaning Requirements
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Before cleaning the device, stop using it and disconnect it from the power supply.
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Use a piece of soft dry cloth to clean the device.
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Keep the power plug clean and dry. Using a dirty or wet power plug may lead to electric
shock or other perils.
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eSpace 7850 Overview
2.1 Positioning
Huawei IP Phone eSpace 7850 (eSpace 7850 for short) is a next generation 6-line IP phone
using Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). It has a variety of functions and is easy to use.
User-friendly interactive liquid crystal display (LCD) interface and high-fidelity voice quality,
perfect for frequent phone users, such as manager. eSpace 7850 concerns about demands of
enterprises and IP phone service providers and meets Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
development requirements.
2.2 Features
2.2.1 Graceful Appearance
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Streamlined design
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Fashionable and decent color
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Two 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet ports
2.2.2 Powerful Functions
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Supports multiple standards, including SIP 2.0, UDP, TCP, TLS, RTP, RTCP, HTTP,
HTTPS, ARP, RARP, ICMP, DNS ( SRV record), DHCP, PPPoE, FTP, TFTP, NTP,
Telnet, and 802.1x.
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Adopts digital signal processing (DSP) technology, ensuring high voice quality.
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Provides various voice functions, such as calling number display, calling name and
department dispaly, call waiting, call hold, call forward, call transfer, Do Not Disturb
(DND), mute, Three-Party Conference, and dial after off-hook.
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Provides high voice quality.
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2.3 Components
2.3.1 Keys
Table 2-1 lists eSpace 7850 keys and indicators.
Table 2-1 eSpace 7850 keys and indicators
Key and
Indicator
Description
Soft Key
Functions of the four soft keys are marked on the screen.
In the standby screen, they are marked as History, Directory, DND,
and Menu.
Creates a multi-party conference.
Conference
Power Indication
LED
Indicates the power supply status. When eSpace 7850 is powered on,
the indicator is on.
Line Key
Indicates account status.
You can also use the six line keys as programmable keys for other
use.
Blinks when you receive a new voice message.
Message
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If there is no new voice message, the page for setting voice
connection code is displayed after you press this key.
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If you have set a voice access code, the voice mailbox is accessed
after you press this key.
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Key and
Indicator
Description
On the dialing page or conversation page, press this key to change
the conversation mode.
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If eSpace 7850 is in the handset mode, press this key to access
the headset mode. To restore the handset mode, press this key
again.
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If eSpace 7850 is in the hand-free mode, press this key to access
the headset mode. To restore the hand-free mode, press this key
again.
Headset
Holds or unholds a call.
Hold
Functions as shortcut keys (such as Speed Dial, Hold, and Transfer)
after configuration.
Memory Key
Transfers a call to another party.
Transfer
Answers an incoming call in the hand-free mode.
On the dialing page or conversation page, press this key to change
the conversation mode.
Speaker
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If eSpace 7850 is in the handset mode, press this key to access
the hand-free mode. To restore the handset mode, press this key
again.
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If eSpace 7850 is in the headset mode, press this key to access
the hand-free mode. To restore the headset mode, press the
Headset key.
Redials a number.
In the standby state, press this key to access the page where numbers
that you have dialed are listed. Select a record and press this key
again to initiate a call.
Redial
Mutes or unmutes a call. If the call mute function is enabled, the
Mute
peer party cannot hear your voice and the icon
the screen.
Volume
Adjustment Bar
Adjusts the volume in the handset, headset, or hand-free mode, or
the volume of the ring tone.
Navigation Key
Includes four arrow keys (up, down, left, and right), one OK key,
and one X key.
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Arrow keys: move the cursor on difference pages.
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OK key: access the menu that is selected or confirm an
operation, or answer an incoming call if any.
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X key: cancel an operation, return to the upper-level menu, reject
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Key and
Indicator
Description
an incoming call (in the ringing state), or mute a call(in the
conversation state).
Digital Key
Enters alphanumeric and special characters.
To enter digits, lowercase letters, uppercase letters, and special
characters, switch the entering mode.
2.3.2 Indicators
Table 2-2 lists eSpace 7850 indicators.
Table 2-2 eSpace 7850 indicators
Indicator
Description
Power Indication LED
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Steady green: eSpace 7850 is powered on.
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Blinking green: A call comes or is muted.
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Off: eSpace 7850 is powered off.
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Steady green: There is a new voice message.
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Off: There is no new voice message.
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Steady green: The headset is used during a conversation.
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Off: The headset is not used during a conversation.
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Steady green: The account is in the dialing or talking
state.
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Blinking green: The account receives or holds a call.
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Off: The account is idle.
Line Key assigned with the
Share Call Appearance
(SCA) function
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Steady green: The listened-on account is idle.
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Blinking green: The listened-on account is occupied.
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Off: The SCA function is disabled.
Line Key assigned with the
Busy Lamp Field (BLF)
function
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Steady green: The listened-on account is idle.
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Blinking green slowly: The listened-on account is in the
talking state.
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Blinking green quickly: The listened-on account is in the
ringing state.
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Off: The BLF function is disabled.
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Steady green: The listened-on account is idle.
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Steady red: The listened-on account is in the talking
state.
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Blinking red: The listened-on account is in the ringing
state.
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Off: The BLF function is disabled.
Message
Headset
Line Key
Memory Key assigned with
the BLF function
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2.3.3 Icons
Table 2-3 lists icons that may occur on the eSpace 7850 screen.
Table 2-3 Icons on the eSpace 7850 screen
No.
Icon
Description
1
This icon blinks when network connection
failed.
2
Indicates that an account failed to be
registered.
3
Indicates that an account is being registered.
4
Indicates that an account is registered
successfully.
5
Indicates a missed call.
6
Indicates an incoming call.
7
Indicates an outgoing call.
8
Indicates all input methods.
9
Indicates digital input.
10
Indicates lower-case input.
11
Indicates upper-case input.
12
Indicates that a call is muted.
13
Indicates that a call is held.
14
Indicates a voice mailbox.
15
Indicates that the call forward function is
enabled.
16
Indicates that the DND function is enabled.
17
Indicates that the auto answer function is
enabled.
18
Indicates the handset mode.
19
Indicates the headset mode.
20
Indicates the hand-free mode.
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2.3.4 External Ports
Table 2-4 lists external ports on eSpace 7850.
Table 2-4 External ports on eSpace 7850
Port
Description
Ext
Connects an expansion module.
Buy an expansion module from the distributor, if
necessary.
Connects the external power supply.
Internet
Connects the Local Area Network (LAN) or the public
network.
PC
Connects a computer.
When a computer uses this port to connect to eSpace
7850, eSpace 7850 functions as a Hub on the network.
Do not connect the PC ports of two phones directly with
a network cable. Otherwise, a network storm may occur.
As a result, the entire network will be unavailable.
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2.3.5 Internal Ports
Table 2-5 lists internal ports on eSpace 7850.
Table 2-5 Internal ports on eSpace 7850
Port
Description
Connects a headset.
Connects a handset.
2.4 Specifications
2.4.1 Hardware Specifications
Table 2-6 eSpace 7850 hardware specifications
Item
Description
LAN port (PC port)
10/100 Mbit/s self-adaptive
WAN port (Internet port)
10/100 Mbit/s self-adaptive
Power adapter
Input: 100 to 240 V AC
Output: 5 V DC, 1.2 A
Power
2.6 W
LCD
4.09″320x160 pixel graphic LCD
Size (mm)
273 x 204 x 42
Weight (kg)
1.05
Working temperature
0 °C to 40 °C
Relative humidity
10% to 90%
Authentication standard
FCC/CE/ROHS
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2.4.2 Technical Specifications
Table 2-7 eSpace 7850 technical specifications
Item
Description
Line
6 straight-through lines10 programmable soft keys (excluding line keys)
Voice quality
High-definition (HD) encoding, speaker, and handset
Protocol
SIP v1 (RFC 2543), SIP v2 (RFC 3261), IPv6, UDP/TCP/TLS,
Out-of-band DTMF (RFC 2833), In-band DTMF, SIP INFO DTMF,
STUN client (NAT traversal), DNS SRV (RFC 3263), Reliability of
provisional responses (RFC 3262), Offer/answer (RFC 3264),
Subscription for MWI events (RFC 3265), Dialog-state monitoring (RFC
4235), REFER (RFC 3515)
Function key
6 navigation keys, 1 volume adjustment bar, and 8 special function keys
(Voice Mail, headset, conference, hold, mute, transfer, redial, and speaker)
Voice feature
Full-duplex handset, speaker, and headset
Advanced DSP technology
Dynamic negotiation codec and voice effective load
Voice encoding standards including G723.1,G726,G729AB,G722,G.711
A-law/μ-law and iLBC.
In-band and out-band DTMF transmitting
Echo cancellation
Sidetone cancellation with support of advanced jitter buffer, packet delay,
and packet loss compensation
Technical
feature
User-friendly GUIs, remote address book download.
Network
configuration
Network configuration keys, LCD, Web page, or Advanced Encryption
Standard (AES) encrypted configuration file
call hold, call forward, DND, call transfer, call waiting, mute, redial, call
history, volume control, caller ID display,3-way conferencing,speed Dial,
calling name and department dispaly, and auto answer
Manual static network configuration and dynamic network configurations
provided by the DHCP server
Software
upgrade
Software upgrade using TFTP, FTP, HTTP, or HTTPS
Security
guarantee
HTTPS (server/client), Transport Layer Security (TLS), SRTP
(RFC3711), AES for encrypting AUTO-P configuration files
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Dedicated Uniform Resource Locator (URL) for downloading the
configuration file and upgrade file
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Configuring eSpace 7850
3.1 Configuration Using the LCD
When configuring functions of eSpace 7850, you must access the Basic Settings page or
Features page first.
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To access the Basic Settings page, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the soft key Menu in the standby state.
2.
Select [Settings] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Basic Settings] and press the OK key.
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To access the Features page, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the soft key Menu in the standby state.
2.
Select [Features]and press the OK key.
3.1.1 Setting the Language
To modify the language on the eSpace 7850 LCD, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Basic Settings page.
2.
Select [Language] and press the OK key.
3.
Select a required language and press the soft key Save.
3.1.2 Setting the Time and Date
To set the time and date, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Basic Settings page.
2.
Select [Time & Date] and press the OK key.
3.
Select a setting mode as required.
−
SNTP Settings
eSpace 7850 automatically obtains the Universal Time Coordinated (UTC) time from
a dedicated NTP server. Use the up and down keys to set configuration items such as
Time Zone, NTPServer1/NTPServer2, and Daylight Saving.
To enable daylight saving, you must manually set related parameters on the Web page. Table 3-5 lists
details about these parameters.
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Manual Setting
Use navigation keys and digital keys to manually set the time and date.
−
DHCP Time
To enable DHCP time, use the left and right keys. After obtaining time offset from the
DHCP server and UTC time from the NTP server, eSpace 7850 calculates the actual
time.
To make DHCP time take effect, configure that eSpace 7850 obtains the IP address in DHCP mode,
enable DHCP time, and use SNTP to obtain UTC time.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
3.1.3 Setting Time and Date Formats
eSpace 7850 allows users to set time and date formats as required. To set time and date
formats, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Basic Settings page.
2.
Select [Time & Date] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Time & Date Format] and press the OK key.
4.
Select [Clock] and use the left and right keys to switch between time formats 24 Hour
and 12 Hour.
5.
Select [Date Format], and use the left and right keys to switch among seven date
formats.
6.
Press the soft key Save.
3.1.4 Setting the Ring Tone
To set the ring tone, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Basic Settings page.
2.
Select [Ring Tone] and press the OK key.
3.
Use the up and down keys to select a ring tone.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
If you want to cancel the setting, press the soft key Back to return to the previous menu.
3.1.5 Setting the Volume
eSpace 7850 allows you to adjust the volume of the handset, speaker, headset, and ring tone.
To adjust the volume in the standby state, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Basic Settings page.
2.
Select [Phone Volume] and press the OK key.
3.
Select an object, press the OK key, and use the volume adjustment bar or left and right
key to adjust the volume.
4.
Press the soft key OK.
If you want to cancel the setting, press the soft key Back to return to the previous menu.
During a conversation, the volume adjustment bar is used to adjust the volume of the current
answer mode (handset, speaker, or headset).
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In the standby or ringing state, the volume adjustment bar is used to adjust the volume for the
ring tone.
3.1.6 Configuring the Call Forward Function
eSpace 7850 supports three call forward modes: Always Forward, Busy Forward, and No
Answer Forward.
To configure the call forward function, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Features page.
2.
Select [Call Forward] and press the OK key.
3.
Select a call forward mode and press the OK key.
4.
Press the soft key Switch enable or disable it.
5.
Enter the forwarded-to number.
6.
Press the soft key Save.
If you set the call forward mode to No Answer Forward, you must set After Ring Times.
To implement fast call forward, assign the call forward function to a DSS key. For details, see
DSS Key.
3.1.7 Configuring the Call Waiting Function
When you are in a conversation and a new call comes, you can make the new call wait.
To configure the call waiting function, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Features page.
2.
Select [Call Waiting] and press the OK key.
3.
Press the soft key Switch to enable or disable the call waiting function, and enable or
disable the prompt tone.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
After configuring the call waiting function, register this function on the SIP server. To register
the calling waiting function on the SIP server, proceed as follows:
1.
Pick up the phone or press the key Speaker.
2.
Enter *58#, and press the soft key Send.
eSpace 7850 plays an announcement indicating that the function has been registered
successfully. The call waiting function takes effect.
3.1.8 Setting DSS Keys
eSpace 7850 provides Direct Station Selection (DSS) keys. You can assign various functions
to DSS keys for using these functions quickly. DSS keys include memory keys, line keys,
programmable keys, and expansion keys.
eSpace 7850 allows you to set memory keys, line keys, and expansion keys.
You can set DSS keys on the Web page. For details, see DSS Key.
To set memory keys or line keys, proceed as follows:
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Access the Features page.
2.
Select [DSS Keys] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Line keys as DSS keys] or [Memory Keys as DSS Keys], and press the OK
key.
4.
Select a key to be configured and press the OK key.
5.
Press the soft key Switch, select a function, and set parameters based on the function that
you select.
6.
Press the soft key Save
To set expansion keys, proceed as follows:
1.
Connect an expansion module to eSpace 7850, and press an expansion key to be
configured for about five seconds.
The configuration page is displayed.
2.
Press the soft key Switch, select a function, and set parameters based on the function that
you select.
3.
Press the soft key Save
Settings vary according to the function that you select. Parameters and related settings are similar on the
eSpace 7850 LCD and Web page. For details, see contents in Table 3-7 and Table 3-8.
3.1.9 Setting the Send Key
eSpace 7850 allows you to set a key such as the pound key (#) or star key (*) to the send key.
By default, this function is disabled.
To set the send key, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Features page.
2.
Select [Key as Send] and press the OK key.
3.
Press the soft key Switch, select a key, and set this key to the send key.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
By default, the pound key (#) and star key (*) are set as eSpace U19xx's service feature codes. If you set
the pound key (#) or star key (*) as the send key, the eSpace U19xx's service feature codes whose last
digit is the pound key (#) or star key (*) will not be available.
3.1.10 Setting the Hot Line
The hot line function works when users pick up the handset or press the speaker key but do
not dial any numbers or hang up within the preset duration.
To set the hot line, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Features page.
2.
Select [Hot Line] and press OK.
3.
Enter the hot line number and set hot line delay.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
3.1.11 Configuring the History Setting Function
After you enable the history setting function,eSpace 7850 saves all call records.
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To configure the history setting function, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the Features page.
2.
Select [History Setting] and press the OK key.
3.
Press the soft key Switch to enable or disable the History Setting function.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
3.1.12 Configuring the AA Login (Available for Huawei UC2.0
Solution)
You can obtain the login information, register with the related servers, and obtain related
services by the Authentication Assertion (AA) login service module.
1.
Access the main menu of the IP phone.
2.
Select Login and press OK.
If the IP phone has been configured with an account, select Logout and press OK to
deregister the existing account.
3.
Enter the values of Extension, password, Server, and Port.
4.
Press the LogIn softkey.
----End
You can obtain the values of Extension, password, Server, and Port from your system administrator.
3.2 Configuration Using the Web Page
3.2.1 Establishing a Configuration Environment
Before accessing the Web configuration page, proceed as follows to establish a configuration
environment and obtain eSpace 7850's IP address.
1.
2.
Obtain a PC that meets the following requirements:
−
Installs Ethernet adapters and supports TCP/IP.
−
Runs the Window 98 or later operating system.
−
Installs a Web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, Firefox, and
Google.
−
Supports the resolution 800 x 600 or higher.
Press the OK key on eSpace 7850 to obtain the IP address.
If the eSpace 7850's IP address cannot be obtained, contact the system administrator.
3.
Connect eSpace 7850 and the PC to networks where they can communicate with each
other.
You can connect eSpace 7850 and the PC to a Hub or a switch. If there is no Hub or
switch, connect the PC to the PC port on eSpace 7850.
3.2.2 Accessing the Web Configuration Page
To access the Web configuration page, proceed as follows:
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Start the Web browser on the PC.
2.
Enter the eSpace 7850's IP address in the address box, and press Enter.
3.
Enter the user name and password (both user by default) and click OK, as shown in
Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1 Accessing the Web configuration page
3.2.3 Tab Pages on the Web Configuration Page
Tab pages on the Web configuration page are describes as follows:

Status: displays information about eSpace 7850's network and version.

Account: configures account registration or deregistration and some basic functions.

Network: includes Internet (WAN) port and PC port.

Phone: includes basic settings (such as date and time) and function settings.

Contacts: configures information about address books.

Upgrade: restarts eSpace 7850.

Security: changes the password and uploads the trusted certificates and server
certificates.
3.2.4 Status Tab Page
On the Status tab page, you can view eSpace 7850's network and version information, as
shown in Figure 3-2.
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Figure 3-2 Status tab page
Table 3-1 lists parameters on the Status tab page
Table 3-1 Parameters on the Status tab page
Parameter
Description
Firmware Version
eSpace 7850 firmware version number. It is used to check the
upgrade result.
Hardware Version
eSpace 7850 hardware version number.
WAN Port Type
Method of obtaining network information.
WAN IP Address
eSpace 7850's IP address.
Subnet Mask
eSpace 7850's subnet mask.
MAC Address
Unique hexadecimal ID of eSpace 7850.
The MAC address is used when you configure eSpace 7850s in
batches.
Link Status
Connection status of the WAN port.
PC IP Address
IP address of the LAN port.
Device Type
Connection type of the LAN port.
DHCP Server Status
(PC)
DHCP service status of the LAN port.
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3.2.5 Account Tab Page
On the Account tab page, you can configure information for an eSpace 7850's account such
as registration and deregistration, as shown in Figure 3-3.
Figure 3-3 Account tab page
Table 3-2 lists parameters on the Account tab page.
Table 3-2 Parameters on the Account tab page
Parameter
Description
Register Status
Status of the account that you select.
The options are Registered, Registering, DISABLE, Unknown, and
Register Fail.
Account Active
Indicates whether to activate the account.
The default value is Off.
Label
Account name that is displayed on the standby LCD.
Display Name
Calling party name that is displayed on the LCD of the called party.
Register Name
Account name that is specified by the carrier.
Only the administrator can set this parameter.
User Name
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value is similar to a phone number or is a phone number.
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Parameter
Description
Only the administrator can set this parameter.
IP address or domain name of the SIP server that is specified by the
VoIP service provider.
SIP Server
Only the administrator can set this parameter.
Enable Outbound
Proxy Server
Indicates whether to enable the outbound proxy server.
Outbound Proxy
Server
IP address or domain name of the outbound proxy server.
This parameter is available when the firewall or NAT is deployed and
can be set only by the administrator.
The outbound proxy server helps signals and media data pass the
firewall or implement NAT traversal.
Only the administrator can set this parameter.
Voice Mail
Voice mailbox access code. After setting this parameter, you can
press the Messages key to connect to the voice mailbox server.
Proxy Require
Parameter for the Nortel platform. If IP phones register with the
Nortel platform, this parameter is mandatory. The parameter value is
fixed at com.nortelnetworks.firewall. If the parameter value is
incorrect, contact Nortel for help.
Anonymous Call
Indicates whether to enable the anonymous call function.
Anonymous Call
Rejection
Missed call log

If you select On, the user name and phone number corresponding
to an account are not displayed on the called party's phone if you
use this account to make a call.

If you select Off, the user name and phone number corresponding
to an account are displayed on the called party's phone if you use
this account to make a call.
Indicates whether to enable the anonymous call rejection function.

If you select On, an anonymous call made to this account is
rejected.

If you select Off, anonymous calls made to this account are
received.
Indicates whether to record missed calls.
If you select Disabled, eSpace 7850 does not record calls that you
miss.
Auto Answer
Indicates whether to enable auto answer.
If you select Enabled, incoming calls are automatically connected for
the current account.
Ring Type
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3.2.6 Network Tab Page
Internet Port (WAN)
Figure 3-4 shows the Internet Port (WAN) area on the Network tab page.
Figure 3-4 Internet Port (WAN) area
Table 3-3 lists parameters in the Internet Port (WAN) area.
Table 3-3 Parameters in the Internet Port (WAN) area
Parameter
Description
DHCP
If you select the DHCP check box, eSpace 7850 automatically
attempts to connect to the DHCP server for obtaining resources such as
the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS server information.
Static IP Address
If you click the Static IP address option button, you must manually
set network parameters. For details about these parameters, contact the
network administrator.
IP Address
eSpace 7850's IP address.
Subnet Mask
eSpace 7850's subnet mask.
Default Gateway
Default gateway of eSpace 7850.
Primary DNS
IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS
IP address of the secondary DNS server.
PPPoE
you can connect eSpace 7850 to the network in PPPoE mode. For
details about the user name and password, contact the network service
provider.
User
User name that is specified by the network service provider.
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Parameter
Description
Password
Password that is specified by the network service provider.
PC Port
Figure 3-5 shows the PC Port area on the Network tab page.
Figure 3-5 PC Port area
Table 3-4 lists parameters in the PC Port area.
Table 3-4 Parameters in the PC Port area
Parameter
Description
As Bridge
If you select the As Bridge check box, the PC port works in bridge
mode.
As Router
If you select the As Router option button, eSpace 7850 functions a
router, and you must set related parameters. For details about these
parameters, contact the network administrator.
IP Address
IP address of eSpace 7850 when it functions as a router.
Subnet Mask
Subnet mask of eSpace 7850 when it functions as a router.
Enable DHCP
Server
Indicates whether to enable the DHCP function.
Start IP Address
Start IP address in the DHCP server address pool.
End IP Address
End IP address in the DHCP server address pool.
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3.2.7 Phone Tab Page
Preference
Figure 3-6 shows the Preference area on the Phone tab page
Figure 3-6 Preference area
Table 3-5 lists parameters in the Preference area
Table 3-5 Parameters in the Preference area
Parameter
Description
WEB Language
Language displayed on Web pages.
DHCP Time
Indicates whether to obtain time offset from the DHCP server.
Time Zone
Local time zone.
Primary NTP Server
IP address of the primary NTP server that provides the UTC
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Parameter
Description
time.
Secondary NTP Server
IP address of the secondary NTP server that provides the UTC
time.
Update Interval(seconds)
Interval at which eSpace 7850 obtains the UTC time from the
NTP server.
Daylight Saving Time
Mode of enabling the Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Fixed Type
Mode of setting the DST.
This parameter is available when you set Daylight Saving
Time to Manual.
Start Time
Start time of the DST.
This parameter is available when you set Daylight Saving
Time to Manual.
End Time
End time of the DST.
This parameter is available when you set Daylight Saving
Time to Manual.
Offset(minutes)
Time offset of the DST.
This parameter is available when you set Daylight Saving
Time to Manual.
Manual Time
Indicates whether to enable manual time setting.
Time Format
Format in which time is displayed.
The options are 12 Hour and 24 Hour.
Date Format
Format in which date is displayed.
Live Dialpad
Indicates whether to enable automatic call for the number that
you enter on the standby LCD. The options are:

Enabled: eSpace 7850 automatically calls an entered
number after the duration specified by Inter Digit Time.

Disabled: eSpace 7850 returns to the standby state 14
seconds after you dial a number.
Inter Digit
Time(1~14)(seconds)
Delay of an automatic call to the number that you dial.
Flash Hook
Time(<800ms)
Duration when the hookflash key is held down.

A call is released if you hold down the flashhook key for
the time equal to or longer than the time specified by this
parameter.

A call is held if you hold down the flashhook key for the
time shorter than the time specified by this parameter.
Backlight Brightness
Brightness of eSpace 7850's backlight.
Backlight Time(seconds)
Duration when the backlight is displayed. The backlight
displays for this duration after you stop performing operations
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Parameter
Description
on an eSpace 7850.
LCD Contrast
Contrast of eSpace 7850's screen.
Keyboard Lock
Indicates whether to lock certain keys. The options are:

Disabled: Do not lock the Keyboard.

Menu Key: Lock the menu key only.

Function Keys: Lock function keys only.

All Keys: Lock all keys.

Lock&Answer: Lock all keys and answer calls
automatically.
To unlock a key, press Menu and enter the password admin.
Ring Type
eSpace 7850's ring tone.
Upload Ringtone
Ring tone file that you upload.
Click Browse to select a .wav file whose size does not exceed
100 KB, and click Upload.
Features
Figure 3-7 shows the Features area on the Phone tab page
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Figure 3-7 Features area
Figure 3-7 lists parameters in the Features area.
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Table 3-6 Parameters in the Features area
Parameter
Description
Forward
Configures the call forward function.
Call forward types include Always, Busy, and No Answer.
Always
Indicates whether to always enable the call forwarding function.
If you select On, eSpace 7850 forwards all incoming calls to a preset
number.
Target
Number that incoming calls are forwarded to.
On Code
Code for enabling the always forwarding function. After eSpace 7850
sends this code to the PBX, the always forwarding function is enabled.
Off Code
Code for disabling the always forwarding function. After eSpace 7850
sends this code to the PBX, the always forwarding function is disabled.
Busy
Indicates whether to enable the busy forwarding function.
If you select On, eSpace 7850 forwards incoming calls to the preset
number when eSpace 7850 is in a conversation and does not enable the
call waiting function.
Target
Number that incoming calls are forwarded to.
On Code
Code for enabling the busy forwarding function. After eSpace 7850
sends this code to the PBX, the busy forwarding function is enabled.
Off Code
Code for disabling the busy forwarding function. After eSpace 7850
sends this code to the PBX, the busy forwarding function is disabled.
No Answer
Indicates whether to enable the no answer forwarding function.
If you select On, eSpace 7850 forwards incoming calls to the preset
number when they are not answered within the preset duration.
After Ring
Time(seconds)
Maximum no-answer duration to forward incoming calls.
Target
Number that incoming calls are forwarded to.
On Code
Code for enabling the no answer forwarding function. After eSpace
7850 sends this code to the PBX, the no answer forwarding function is
enabled.
Off Code
Code for disabling the no answer forwarding function. After eSpace
7850 sends this code to the PBX, the no answer forwarding function is
disabled.
General
Information
Configures eSpace 7850's basic functions.
Call Waiting
Indicates whether to enable the call waiting function.
Call Waiting
Tone
Indicates whether to plays a prompt tone when a new call comes during
a conversation.
This parameter is available when the call waiting function is enabled.
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Parameter
Description
Auto redial
Indicates whether to automatically redial a number if a call attempt
fails.
Auto redial
interval(1~300s)
Duration between two consecutive redials.
Auto redial
times(1~300)
Number of auto redial times.
Key As Send
Indicates whether to enable the send key.
Button Sound
Indicates whether to enable the keypad tone.
Send Sound
Indicates whether to enable the dial tone for the send key.
Hotline Number
Hotline number that eSpace 7850 automatically connects to if you do
not dial a number or perform any other operations within the hotline
delay time after picking up the handset or pressing the hands-free key
to enter the dial screen.
Hotline Delay
Delay of making a call to the hotline number.
ReDialTone
Number that will not cancel the dial tone after it is entered.
Emergency
Number that you can make a call to even if you lock all keys.
Busy Tone
Delay(seconds)
Delay of playing the busy tone when the called party hangs up.
Ringer Device
for Headset
Ringing device when a call comes. The options are headset and
speaker.
Headset Send
Volume(1~53)
Volume of the headset.
Return code
when refuse
Message that eSpace 7850 sends to the calling party when eSpace 7850
rejects the call.
Return code
when DND
Message that eSpace 7850 sends to the calling party when eSpace 7850
enables the DND function.
DND On Code
Code for enabling the DND function. After eSpace 7850 sends this
code to the SIP server, the DND function is enabled.
DND Off Code
Code for disabling the DND function. After eSpace 7850 sends this
code to the SIP server, the DND function is disabled.
Semi-Attend
Transfer
Indicates whether to enable the semi-attend transfer. The options are:
This parameter is available when the auto redial function is enabled.
This parameter is available when the auto redial function is enabled.

Enabled: If you press the Transfer key when there is an incoming
call from a third party, your number is displayed on the third party's
terminal.

Disabled: If you press the Transfer key when there is an incoming
call from a third party, the number of the party to whom you want to
transfer this call is displayed on the third party's terminal.
For details about how to set call transfer, see 4.7 Call Transfer.
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Parameter
Description
Blind Transfer
OnHook

Indicates whether to enable the blind transfer function.

Enabled: the blind transfer service function is available.

Disabled: the blind transfer service function is unavailable.
For details about how to set call transfer, see 4.7 Call Transfer.
Attend Trans
OnHook

Indicates whether to enable the consult transfer function.

Enabled: the attend transfer function is available.

Disabled: the attend transfer function is unavailable.
For details about how to set call transfer, see 4.7 Call Transfer.
Transfer on
Conference
Hang up
Indicates whether to retain the connection between the other two parties
in a three-party conference when the conference initiator hangs up.

Enabled: When a conference initiator hangs up, the other two
parties can talk normally.

Disabled: When a conference initiator hangs up, the other two
parties' calls end automatically.
Time Out for
Dial-now Rule
Delay of making a call automatically when the dial-now rule is used.
Use Logo
User logo. You can use System logo or select Custom logo to upload a
logo.
Upload Logo
(The
pixel<236*82)
This parameter is available only when you select Custom logo.
Click Browse to select a logo, and click Upload.
A logo to upload must be in the .dob format.
For details on how to creating a logo, see the Huawei IP Phone eSpace
7810&7820&7830&7850&7870&7803X Administrator Guide or
consult the enterprise administrator.
DSS Key
In the DSS Key area, you can set Memory Key, Line Key and Programmable Key.
Line keys
Users can also assign functions, for example, speed dial to a line key. Figure 3-9 shows line
key settings.
Table 3-7 lists parameters on both the eSpace 7850 screen and Web configuration page.
Table 3-7 Parameters on both the eSpace 7850 screen and Web page
Phone Screen
Web Page
Description
Type
Type
Function that you assign to a line key.
Label
Self-defined function name, which is displayed on
Key Type
Label
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Phone Screen
Web Page
Description
the screen of the expansion module.
Value
Setting based on the functions that you assign. For
example, if you assign the speed dial function to a
memory key, enter the speed dial number in the
Value text box.
Account ID
Line
Account that you configure a function for.
Extension
Extension
Extension number.
Value
Xml Browser
This parameter is available for the BLF function
only.
Memory keys
Memory keys enable you to quickly use a function. For example, after you assign the speed
dial function to a memory key, you can make a call to a preset number quickly. Figure 3-8
shows memory key settings.
Figure 3-8 Setting memory keys
Table 3-8 lists functions of memory keys.
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Table 3-8 Functions of memory keys
Web
Page
Phone
Screen
Description
N/A
N/A
Line
Setting
Value
Line
Extension
Assigns no
function.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Line
Functions as
a line key.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Select Auto
or Line 1 to
Line 6.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Speed
Dial
Speed Dial
Connects to a
preset speed
dial number.
Enter the
speed dial
number.
Select Auto
or Line 1 to
Line 6.
You do not
need to set
this
parameter.
BLF
BLF
Listens on a
number.
When the
BLF function
is enabled,
you can
know the
real-time
status of the
listened on
number, such
as idle,
ringing, or
talking.
Enter the
number to be
listened on.
Select Line 1
to Line 6.
Enter a
function
code. For
details about
function
codes,
contact your
system
administrator.
Voice
Mail
Voice Mail
Obtains
voice
messages.
Enter the
code for
connecting to
a voice
mailbox.
Select Line 1
to Line 6.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Pick Up
Pick Up
Picks up
calls for a
preset
number.
Enter the
function code
and the
pickup
number in the
format
*11*TN#.
Here, TN is
the pickup
number.
Select Line 1
to Line 6.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Group
Pickup
Group
Pickup
Picks up
calls in a
group.
Enter the
group pickup
code *11#.
Select Auto
or Line 1 to
Line 6.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Call Park
Call Park
Parks calls
for another
account on
Enter an
account that
calls are
Select Line 1
to Line 6.
This
parameter is
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Screen
Description
Setting
Value
eSpace 7850
when the
current
account is
busy.
Line
parked for,
for example,
123.
Extension
dimmed.
Alternatively
, connects to
a preset
speed dial
number
when eSpace
7850 is in
standby state.
DTMF
DTMF
Simplifies
the second
dialing. If a
number is
dialed
frequently at
the second
dialing stage,
the number
can be set for
a memory
key, which
improves
work
efficiency.
Enter a
number that
is frequently
dialed at the
second stage.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Prefix
Prefix
Specifies the
same prefix
of numbers
that you
often dial.
The prefix is
displayed on
the eSpace
7850 screen
when you
press this
key.
Enter the
prefix.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Local
Group
Local Dir
Views the
local address
book
quickly.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Select
Contacts
(containing
all local
numbers) or a
group if any.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
XML
Group
Xml
PhoneBook
Views a
remote
This
parameter is
Select a
remote
This
parameter is
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Description
Setting
Value
Line
Extension
address book
quickly.
dimmed.
address book
that you want
to view.
dimmed.
XML
Browser
XML
Browser
Specifies a
browser
based on the
XML
language.
The browser
can be used
to view
weather
forecast,
stock
information,
and news.
Enter a URL.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
LDAP
LDAP
Views the
Lightweight
Directory
Access
Protocol
(LDAP)
address
book.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Conferenc
e
Conf
Sets up a
conference
during a
conversation.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Forward
Forward
Forwards
calls. The
call forward
function
varies
according to
eSpace 7850
status.
Enter the
number that
calls are
forwarded to.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
In the
standby state
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unconditi
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number is
not
configure
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Description
Setting
Value
Line
Extension
eSpace IP
phone,
you can
press the
Program
mable
key to
enter the
CFU
configura
tion page.

If the
CFU
number is
configure
d on the
eSpace IP
phone,
you
cannot
enter the
CFU
configura
tion page
by
pressing
the
memory
key. The
Program
mable
key is
only used
to enable
or disable
the CFU
service.
In the ringing
state
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memory
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Screen
Description
Setting
Value
Line
Extension
is
configure
d,
incoming
calls are
directly
transferre
d to the
number
configure
d for the
memory
key.

If the
CFU
number is
configure
d on the
eSpace IP
phone,
you can
press the
memory
key to
transfer
incoming
calls to
the CFU
number.
Transfer
Transfer
Transfers
calls.
If this
parameter is
left blank,
this key
functions as
the transfer
key. If this
parameter is
set to a
number, press
this key to
transfer a call
to the preset
number.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Hold
Hold
Holds calls.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
DND
DND
Functions as
the DND
key.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
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Page
Phone
Screen
Description
Redial
Redial
Call
Return
Paging
Setting
Value
Line
Extension
Accesses the
Dialed page
in the
standby state.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Call Return
Calls back
the last
calling party.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Paging
Enables the
broadcast
function.
Set numbers
in the paging
group.
Select Auto
or Line 1 to
Line 6.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
You need a
VoIP PBX
server where
a paging
group is
configured to
support the
broadcast
function.
After you
press this
key, numbers
in the paging
groups are
connected.
Group
Listening
Group
Listening
Functions as
the group
listening key.
During a
conversation
in the
handset
mode, after
you press
this key, the
handset and
speaker play
voices, but
the peer
party can
hear the
voices only
from the
handset.
During a
conversation
in the
headset
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Setting
Value
Line
Extension
mode, after
you press
this key, the
headset and
speaker play
voices, but
the peer
party can
hear the
voices only
from the
headset.
Public
Hold
Public Hold
Is used for
SCA group
members to
pause or
resume a
conversation.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Private
Hold
Private
Hold
Is used for
SCA group
members to
pause or
resume a
conversation.
Only the
member who
pauses the
conversation
can resume
it.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Share
Line
Shared Line
Shares an
account.
Members
who share
the same
account can
monitor the
account use
among each
other.
Enter the
SCA account
URL, for
example,
2413333601_
1@64.215.21
2.70.
Select an
account that
registers the
SCA
function.
This
parameter is
dimmed.
Line keys
Users can also assign functions, for example, speed dial to a line key. Figure 3-9 shows line
key settings.
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Figure 3-9 Line key settings
Compared with memory keys, lines keys do not have the setting N/A.
The default value of Type for line keys is Line, and the default value of Type for memory
keys is N/A.
For details about other parameters, see contents in Table 3-8.
Programmable keys
Programmable keys including soft keys, navigation keys, and function keys are configured to
define key functions in the idle state. After assigning the DND function to the first soft key
whose original function is call record, you can enable the DND function by pressing the first
soft key.Figure 3-10 shows programmable key settings.
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Figure 3-10 Programmable key settings
Table 3-9 lists parameters about programmable keys.
Table 3-9 Parameters about programmable keys
Type
Description
Setting
Line
Extension
N/A
Assigns no
function.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Directory
Displays address
books, including the
local address book
and remote address
book.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
History
Views call records.
The options are Local
History (local call
records on eSpace 7850)
and Network CallLog.
This parameter is
dimmed.
DND
Functions as the
DND key.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Menu
Accesses the Main
Menu page quickly.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
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Setting
Line
Extension
SwitchAcco
unt
Switches accounts
that are registered
on eSpace 7850.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Forward
Forwards calls.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
In the standby state

If the call
forwarding
unconditional
(CFU) number is
not configured
on the eSpace IP
phone, you can
press the
Programmable
key to enter the
CFU
configuration
page.

If the CFU
number is
configured on
the eSpace IP
phone, you
cannot enter the
CFU
configuration
page by pressing
the memory key.
The
Programmable
key is only used
to enable or
disable the CFU
service.
Redial
Accesses the Dialed
page in the standby
state.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Call Return
Calls back the last
calling party.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Pick Up
Picks up calls for a
preset number.
Select Line 1 to 6.
Enter the function code
and the pickup number,
for example, *83123. In
*83123, *83 is the
function code indicating
call pickup, and 123 is
the pickup number.
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Setting
Line
Extension
XML Group
Views numbers of a
group in the remote
address book.
Select a remote address
book that you want to
view.
This parameter is
dimmed.
XML
PhoneBook
Views groups in the
remote address
book.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Status
Accesses the Status
page.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Speed Dial
Function as the
speed dial key.
Select Auto or Line 1 to
6.
Enter the speed dial
number.
Local Group
Views numbers of a
group in the local
address book.
Select Contacts or a
group if any.
This parameter is
dimmed.
Local
PhoneBook
Views groups in the
local address book.
This parameter is
dimmed.
This parameter is
dimmed.
EXT Key
To use more keys for eSpace 7850 to provide powerful functions, connect expansion modules
to eSpace 7850. A maximum of two expansion modules can be cascaded to an eSpace 7850.
The method of configuring expansion keys is similar to that of configuring DSS keys.
After connecting an expansion module to eSpace 7850, you can configure expansion keys on
eSpace 7850's Web configuration page, as shown in Figure 3-11.
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Figure 3-11 Configuring expansion keys
Table 3-10 lists parameters about expansion keys
Table 3-10 Parameters about expansion keys
Parameter
Description
Expansion Key
Expansion module to be configured.
Expansion modules that are cascaded to eSpace 7850 are numbered 1
and 2.
The Type settings for expansion keys except Key1 and Key21 are the
same as those for memory keys. There are a total of 28 key types. For
details, see contents in Table 3-8.
Type
For Key1, Type can be set to Switch in addition to the common 28
types so that users can switch two function pages.
For Key21, Type can only be set to Switch.
Value/Line/Extens
ion
The Value, Line, and Extension settings for expansion keys are the
same as those for memory keys. For details, see contents in Table 3-8.
Label
Contents that are displayed on the extension LCD for you to easily
recognize corresponding functions.
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Voice
In the Voice area, you can set voice-related parameters, as shown in Figure 3-12.
Figure 3-12 Setting voice-related parameters
Table 3-11 lists parameters in the Voice area on the Phone tab page.
Table 3-11 Parameters in the Voice area
Parameter
Description
Echo Cancellation
Configuration about echo cancellation.
Echo canceller
Indicates whether to enable the echo canceler.
VAD
Indicates whether to enable the Voice activity detection (VAD).
CNG
Indicates whether to enable the Comfort Noise Generator (CNG).
JITTER BUFFER
Configuration about the jitter buffer. Voice packages can be
collected, stored, and sent to the voice processor.
Type
Type of the jitter buffer.
Min Delay
Minimum delay.
Max Delay
Maximum delay.
Normal Delay
Normal delay.
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Tones
In the Tones area, you can select preset tones or define new tones, as shown in Figure 3-13.
Figure 3-13 Setting tones
Table 3-12 lists parameters in the Tones area.
Table 3-12 Parameters in the Tones area
Parameter
Description
Select country
Country that has custom signal tones.
Dial
Dial tone that is played after you pick up the phone or press the
SPK key.
Ring Back
RBT that is played when the called phone rings.
Busy
Busy tone that is played when an outbound call failed or the
current account cannot make outgoing calls.
Congestion
Prompt tone that is played when the network is congested.
Call Waiting
Prompt tone that is played when a call comes during a
conversation.
Dial Recall
Prompt tone that is played after you hold a call for one minute.
Record
Prompt tone that is played when a conversation starts to be
recorded.
Info
Announcement, for example, the number is out of service.
Stutter
Prompt tone that is played when a voice message is received.
Auto Answer
Prompt tone that is played when a call is answered automatically.
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Dial Plan
eSpace 7850 supports the following rules:

Replace rule: eSpace 7850 allows you to replace a complex number with a simple
number. For example, after you replace 0123 with 12, eSpace 7850 makes a call to 0123
after you enter 12.
Figure 3-14 Setting the replace rule
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the preset number. For example, if you set Dial-now Rule to 0147, eSpace 7850 makes a
call to 0147 immediately after you enter 0147.
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Figure 3-15 Setting the dial-now rule

Area code rule: After you enable this rule, eSpace 7850 automatically prefixes the
number that you enter with an area code if the number length meets the requirement.
Assume that Code is set to 010, Min Length(1-15) is set to 2, and Max Length(1-15) is
set to 5. After you enter 1234, eSpace 7850 makes a call to 0101234.
Figure 3-16 Setting the area code rule
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the blocked number. For example, if you set the blocked number to 123456 for the
account 1, eSpace 7850 forbids you to use account 1 to make a call to number 123456.
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Figure 3-17 Setting the block out rule
Configuring the AA Login (Only Available for Huawei UC2.0 Solution)
The eSpace 7870 does not support the function.
You can obtain the login information, register with the related server, and use related services
by the AA login service module, as shown in Figure 3-18.
Figure 3-18 AA login
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Table 3-13 AA login parameter description
Parameter
Description
User name
Account name that is specified by the VoIP service provider.
The value is similar to a phone number or is a phone number.
Password
Password used for an IP phone to register with the SIP server.
Login server
IP address or domain name of the SIP server that is specified
by the VoIP service provider.
Login server port
Port number of the SIP server.
3.2.8 Contacts Tab Page
Local PhoneBook
In the Local PhoneBook area, you can add, modify, and delete contacts or contact groups, or
move contacts to the blacklist.
Figure 3-19 Local Phonebook area
BlackList
In the BlackList area, you can query, add, modify, and delete contacts in the blacklist, or
move contacts from the blacklist.
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Figure 3-20 BlackList area
Remote PhoneBook
Each eSpace 7850 is configured with a local address book. A public address book is required
for all phones in an enterprise. After a remote address book is enabled, users can access the
remote address book.
Set the URL and name for each remote address book, as shown in Figure 3-21.
Figure 3-21 Setting remote address books
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LDAP
Based on X.500, the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) address book supports
TCP/IP. The LDAP address book allows users to quickly obtain static data including contacts
and resources.
Figure 3-22 shows the page for setting the LDAP address book.
Figure 3-22 Setting the LDAP address book
For details about how to configure the LDAP, see the Huawei IP Phone eSpace
7810&7820&7830&7850&7870&7803X Administrator Guideor directly contact the administrator.
The following parameters are used for configuring related services, as shown in Table 3-14.
Table 3-14 Mandatory parameters for setting the LDAP address book
Field
Description
LDAP Lookup For
Incoming Call
If this parameter is set to Enabled, eSpace 7850 checks whether the
calling number exists in the LDAP address book. If the number
exists, the caller name is displayed. If this parameter is set to
Disabled, eSpace 7850 does not check the calling number in the
LDAP address book.
NOTE
When a call comes, eSpace 7850 searches for the caller name in the local
address boo006B before the LDAP address book. If the calling number is
found in the local address book, the caller name in the local address book
will be displayed on eSpace 7850.
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Field
Description
LDAP Sorting
Results
If this parameter is set to Enabled, the contact names that are found
based on the phone number are sorted by alphabet. If this parameter
is set to Disabled, the found contact names are not sorted.
LDAP Lookup For
PreDial/Dial
Whether eSpace 7850 automatically searches the LDAP address
book when a user enters a character on the dial page. If this
parameter is set to Enabled, the input method changes to 2aB by
default, and the dial search function is enabled. If this parameter is
set to Disabled, the input method changes back to 123, and the dial
search function is disabled.
Setting the Display of Names, and Departments
When you call another user, your IP phone searches for the information about the user in the
Contacts and HWServerAddress list and displays the name and department of the user on the
screen for you. You can specify the enterprise address book path and port on the web page, as
shown in Figure 3-23.
Figure 3-23 Setting the display of names, and departments
After you complete the settings, the name and department of the peer user will be displayed
on your IP phone when you make or receive a call.
3.2.9 Upgrade Tab Page
On the Upgrade tab page, you can restart eSpace 7850.
To restart eSpace 7850, click Reboot and click OK in the confirm dialog box that is
displayed.
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Figure 3-24 Upgrade page
3.2.10 Security Tab Page
Password
You can change a password in the Password area. To change a password, enter the old
password once and the new password twice.
Figure 3-25 Changing a password
Trusted Certificates
eSpace 7850 uses certificates to check whether the server is reliable. When eSpace 7850
initiates an SSL connection, eSpace 7850 functions as the client to check the server reliability.
To upload a trusted certificate, proceed as follows:
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Click Browse in the Trusted Certificates area and select a trusted certificate in the
dialog box that is displayed.
2.
Click Upload.
3.
Select an option from Only Accept Trusted Certificates.
−
If you select Enabled, the imported root certificate is used to verify the signature in
the certificate on the server. If the verification fails, the communication between
eSpace 7850 and the server stops.
−
If you select Disabled, eSpace 7850 communicates with the server regardless of
whether the server has a trusted certificate or whether the trusted certificate is correct.
Figure 3-26 Importing a trusted certificate
Server Certificates
When you access the Web page for eSpace 7850 using HTTPS, eSpace 7850 functions as the
server to send a trusted certificate to the browser.
To upload a server certificate, proceed as follows:
1.
Click Browse in the Server Certificates area and select a server certificate in the dialog
box that is displayed.
2.
Click Upload.
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Figure 3-27 Uploading a server certificate
3.2.11 Saving Settings
Click the Submit button on the lower-part of a page after setting is complete.
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Using eSpace 7850
4.1 Overview
4.1.1 Call Type
eSpace 7850 supports only audio calls.
4.1.2 Answer Mode
eSpace 7850 supports the following answer modes: handset, hand-free, and headset.
These answer modes are switched as follows:

The SPK key is used to switch the handset mode and hand-free mode.

The Headset key is used to switch the handset mode and headset mode.

Both the SPK key and the Headset key are used to switch the hand-free mode and
headset mode.
4.1.3 Group Listening
You can assign the group listening function to a DSS key. For details, see DSS Key.

During a conversation in the handset mode, after you press the group listening key, the
handset and speaker play voices, but the peer party can hear the voices only from the
handset.

During a conversation in the headset mode, after you press the group listening key, the
headset and speaker play voices, but the peer party can hear the voices only from the
headset.
4.1.4 Multiple Accounts
eSpace 7850 supports six independent SIP accounts. If multiple accounts are enabled,
corresponding account names are displayed on the standby screen.
You can press left and right keys to select an account. After an account is selected, the dial
page of the corresponding account will be displayed on the screen.
You can assign the line function to a DSS key. If the line key is assigned, you can directly
press the line key to enter the dial screen.
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4.2 Making a Call
4.2.1 Dialing
To use the headset, handset, or hand-free mode to make a call, proceed as follows:
1.
Pick up the phone, press the SPK key, or connect the headset.
The phone enters the dial screen and plays the dial tone. The line indicator of the current
account is on. To select another account, press the corresponding key.
2.
Enter the called number and press the Send key.
If you often dial numbers that have the same prefix, assign the prefix function to a DSS key. For details,
see DSS Key.
To set up a new line during a call, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Hold key to hold the ongoing call.
2.
Press the current or registered account key.
3.
Enter the number to connect, and press the soft key Send.
To switch between the two calls, press the soft key Switch.
4.2.2 Redialing
If you redial a number, eSpace 7850 uses the account that is used to dial the same number the
previous time.
1.
Pick up the phone, press the SPK key, connect the headset, or press the line key.
The line indicator is on.
2.
Press the RD key to redial the latest dialed number.
You can assign the redial function to a DSS key. For details, see DSS Key.
4.2.3 Calling Back
After you press the DSS key that the call return function is assigned to, eSpace 7850 calls the
latest calling party. For details, see DSS Key.
4.2.4 Using the Call Record List to Make a Call
eSpace 7850 provides a key for users to obtain the call record list. To use the call record list to
make a call, proceed as follows:
1.
1.
Access the dial page.
2.
Press soft key Pool.
The call record list is displayed.
3.
Select a group and press the OK key.
4.
Select a record and press the soft key Send or Dial to make a call.
4.2.5 Using Address Books to Make a Call
To use address books to make a call, proceed as follows:
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Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [Directory], and press the OK key.
3.
Select an address book type and press the OK key.
4.
Select a group and press the OK key.
To call a contact in the blacklist, skip 4.
5.
Select a contact and press soft key Dial.
4.2.6 Using Speed Dial to Make a Call
You can assign the speed dial function to a DSS key. After the key is configured with a
frequently used number or a complex number, you can directly press this key to make a call.
For details, see DSS Key.
4.3 Answering a Call
4.3.1 Answering a Single Call
In the standby state, eSpace 7850 receives an incoming call and starts ringing. To answer the
call, pick up the phone, press the SPK key, press the OK key or press the Headset key.
4.3.2 Displaying Name and Department of the Calling User
When a call is coming, an IP phone can display the name and department of the calling user
of the information about the calling user has been configured on the IP phone.
4.3.3 Answering Multiple Calls
If you enable the call waiting function for eSpace 7810, it can be used to answer multiple
calls.
1.
In the standby state, eSpace 7850 receives an incoming call and starts ringing.
2.
You pick up the phone, press the SPK key, press the OK key or press the Headset key.
3.
eSpace 7850 receives another incoming call and plays a prompt tone, and the message
New Incoming Call: xxx is displayed on the screen.
4.
You press the soft key Answer to answer the new call.
After you answer the new call, the first call is held. You can press the up and down keys
If you switch to the first call, the second call is automatically held.
to switch calls.
4.4 DND Function
In the standby state, press the soft key DND to enable the DND function. After the DND
function is enabled, the icon
is displayed on the screen, and all incoming calls will be
rejected. You can view these calls in the call record list.
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To disable the DND function, press the soft key DND again.
4.5 Call Hold
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Call hold: Press the soft key Hold to hold the ongoing call.

Call unhold: Press the soft key Resume to unhold the call that is held.

Multi-line conversation: If multiple calls are held, you can press the up and down keys to
select a call and press the soft key Resume to unhold the call.
4.6 Call Mute
To enable or disable the call mute function, press the Mute key. If the call mute function is
enabled, the icon
is displayed on the screen, and the peer party cannot hear your voice.
4.7 Call Transfer
You can transfer a call to other extension numbers or mobile numbers. eSpace 7850 supports
the following call transfer modes: blind transfer, semi-attend transfer, and attend transfer.
1.
In the conversation with user B, user A presses the Transfer key to hold user B's call.
2.
User A dials user C's number.
3.
User A performs call transfer.
−
Blind transfer
Press the Transfer key.
After user C picks up the phone, user A hangs up the phone to complete the transfer.
If user C rejects the call, a message indicating transfer failure is displayed on the user
A's phone screen. User A presses any key and enters the held state. After pressing the
Resume key, user A resumes the call with user B.
−
Semi-attend transfer
Press the OK key.
When user C's phone rings, user A presses the Transfer key. user A's phone hangs up
automatically, and the transfer is complete. Then user C picks up the phone.
−
Attend transfer
Press the OK key.
After user C picks up the phone, user A asks user C whether user C wants to answer
user B's call. If user C says yes, user A presses the Transfer key to transfer the call to
user C. If user C rejects the call, user A presses the Resume key to resume the call
with user B.
4.
User B talks with user C.
You can assign the call transfer function to a DSS key. For details, see DSS Key.
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4.8 Three-Party Conference
To establish a three-party conference, use the conference key. In addition to the Conference
key, you can assign the conference function to a DSS key. For details, see DSS Key.
1.
User A is talking with user B. User A presses the Conference key. User B is held, and
user A hears the dial tone.
2.
User A dials user C's number and presses the soft key Send.
3.
When user C picks up the phone, user A only talks with user C. To establish a
three-party conversation, user A presses the Conference key again.
4.
When user A hangs up the phone, the other two parties' conversation ends automatically.
If Transfer on Conference Hang up is set to Enabled, the other two parties' conversation continues
when user A hangs up the phone. The default value of Transfer on Conference Hang up is Disabled
for eSpace 7850. For details, see contents in Table 3-6.
4.9 BLF Function
After the BLF function is enabled for eSpace 7850, you can press the corresponding DSS key
to check the status of the monitored phone. You can press this key to directly make a call to
the specified number.
Only administrators can configure accounts for eSpace 7850 when assigning the BLF function.
For details about how to assign the BLF function to a DSS key, see DSS Key.
For details about account status, see contents in Table 2.3.2 Indicators.
4.10 SCA Function
After a line of the manager's phone is bound to a line of the secretary's phone, all calls to the
manager will be connected to the secretary's phone at the same time. The secretary determines
whether to transfer the call to the manager.
For details on how to configure the manager and secretary service to contact the administrator.
Assume that manager A's phone has two lines. LINE 1 is bound to LINE 1 of secretary B's
phone, and LINE 2 is a private line. The following describes the manager and secretary
function's process.
1.
Customer C calls manager A.
The phone of secretary B rings. The LINE 1 indicator on both manager A's phone and
secretary B's phone blinks.
2.
Secretary B presses the LINE1 key and answers the call.
3.
Secretary B presses the LINE2 key and enters the number of the manager A's private line
to call manager A.
The call between secretary B and customer C is held.
4.
Manager A presses the LINE2 key and answers the call from secretary B.
5.
Manager A presses the LINE1 key and talks with customer C.
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The call between manager A and secretary B is held. If secretary B hangs up, the call
ends.
6.
Manager A or customer C hangs up.
The call ends, and the LINE 1 indicator is off.

eSpace 7850 allows one manager's phone to be bound to a maximum of two secretaries' phones.

If two secretaries serve a manager, only one secretary answers the call and transfers it to the
manager.
4.11 Pickup Function
The call pickup function enables you to answer an incoming call that is ringing on an
extension other than your own. You can assign the call pickup or group pickup function to a
DSS key.
Group pickup allows you to pick up incoming calls on extensions (for example, 800 to 890)
within your own group. If an incoming call comes to an extension, you can press the specified
DSS key to answer the call. If multiple incoming calls come to extensions in your group, you
can press this key to answer calls in sequence.
You can assign the call pickup function or group pickup function to a DSS key. For details,
see DSS Key.
4.12 Call Park
This function allows you to hold a call on an eSpace 7850 and unhold the call on another
eSpace 7850. If you do not unhold the call within the specified duration, the call is released
and the called party hears the busy tone.
1.
Assign the call park function for a DSS key on eSpace 7850 A.
For details, see DSS Key..
2.
Press this DSS key on eSpace 7850 A during a call between eSpace 7850 A and eSpace
7850 B, and hang up to hold the call.
3.
Press *95*TN# (TN is the number of eSpace 7850 A) on eSpace 7850 C to unhold the
call. A call is set up between eSpace 7850 C and eSpace 7850 B.
4.13 Xml Browser
The XML browser is based on XML and HTTP/HTTPS. After using HTTP or HTTPS to
download XML files to eSpace 7850, eSpace 7850 can function as a simple browser.
You can assign the XML browser function to a DSS key. After you press the key, eSpace 7850
downloads XML files based on the specified URL and displays them on the screen. For
details, see DSS Key..
For details about URLs, contact your system administrator.
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4.14 Address Book
Address books on eSpace 7850 stores contact information. You can add, edit, delete, call, or
search for contacts.
Address books are classified into: local address book, blacklist, and remote address book.
4.14.1 Local Address Book
To access the local address book, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [Directory] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Local Directory] and press the OK key.
Adding a Contact Group
To add a contact group, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Press the soft key Group to display the page for adding a contact group.
3.
Enter a group name and select a ring tone.
4.
Press the soft key Save to save the settings.
Searching for a Contact
To search for a contact, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Select a group and press the Search key or press the Enter key.
The search page is displayed.
3.
Set the search criteria and press the soft key OK.
The search result is displayed.
Adding a Contact
To add a contact, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Select a group and press the OK key.
3.
Press the soft key Add.
The page for adding a contact is displayed.
4.
Configure basic contact information such as name, office number, and mobile number,
and select an appropriate account and ring tone.
5.
Press the soft key Save.
The contact information is added to the local address book.
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Editing a Contact
To edit a contact, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Select a group and press the OK key.
3.
Select a contact that you want to edit.
4.
Press the soft key Option.
5.
Select [Detail] and press the OK key.
The page for editing a contact is displayed.
6.
Edit the contact.
7.
Press the soft key Save.
The contact information is updated in the local address book.
Deleting a Contact
To delete a contact, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Select a group and press the OK key.
3.
Select the contact that you want to delete.
4.
Press the soft key Option.
5.
Select [Delete] and press the OK key.
A confirm message is displayed.
6.
Press the soft key OK to delete the contact.
If you want to cancel the deleting, press the soft key Cancel to return back to the contact
list
Moving a Contact to the Blacklist
To move a contact to the blacklist, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the local address book page.
2.
Select a group and press the OK key.
3.
Select a contact that you want to move to the blacklist.
4.
Press the soft key Option.
5.
Select [Move to Blacklist] and press the soft key OK.
If you want to cancel the moving, press the soft key Cancel to return back to the contact
list page.
Moving a Contact from the Call Record List to the Address Book
To move a contact from the call record list to the address book, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [History] and press the OK key.
3.
Use the left and right keys to select a call record type.
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4.
Use the up and down keys to select a contact that you want to move.
5.
Press the soft key Option.
6.
Select [Add to Contacts], and press the soft key OK to display the page for editing the
record.
7.
Edit the contact information, and press the soft key Save.
You can assign a local contact group to a DSS key. After the key is configured, you can press this key to
directly access the contact group page. For details, see DSS Key.
4.14.2 Blacklist
Calls from contacts in the blacklist cannot be received.
To access the blacklist page, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [Directory] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Blacklist] and press the OK key.
Adding a Contact to the Blacklist
To add a contact to the blacklist, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the blacklist page.
2.
Press the soft key Add.
The page for adding a contact to the blacklist is displayed.
3.
Configure basic contact information such as name, office number, and mobile number
and select an appropriate account.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
The contact is added to the blacklist.
Deleting a Contact from the Blacklist
To delete a contact from the blacklist, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the blacklist page.
2.
Select the contact that you want to delete.
3.
Press the soft key Option.
4.
Select [Delete] and press the OK key.
A confirm message is displayed.
5.
Press the soft key OK to delete the contact.
Moving a Contact from the Blacklist to the Contact List
To move a contact from the blacklist to the contact list, proceed as follows:
1.
Access the blacklist page.
2.
Select a contact that you want to remove from the blacklist.
3.
Press the soft key Option.
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Select [Move to Contact] and press the soft key OK.
If you want to cancel the removing, press the soft key Cancel to return back to the
blacklist page.
Moving a Contact from the Call Record List to the Blacklist
To move a contact from the call record list to the blacklist, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [History] and press the OK key.
3.
Use the left and right keys to select a call record type.
4.
Use the up and down keys to select a contact that you want to move.
5.
Press the soft key Option.
6.
Select [Add to Blacklist], and press the soft key OK to display the page for editing the
record.
7.
Edit the blacklist information, and press the soft key Save.
4.14.3 Remote Address Book
Each eSpace 7850 is configured with a local address book. A public address book is required
for all phones in an enterprise.
After a remote address book is enabled, users can access the remote address book.
To access the remote address book page, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [Directory] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Remote Phonebook] and press the OK key.
4.
Select a group and press the OK key.
You can assign a remote contact group to a DSS key. After the key is configured, you can
press this key to directly access the contact group page. For details, see DSS Key.
4.14.4 LDAP
The LDAP address book provides the following functions:

Searches for contacts.
After pressing the DSS key assigned with the LDAP function and entering a number or
letter on the page that is displayed, eSpace 7850 will search the LDAP server for
contacts based on certain rules and display search results on the screen. You can select a
contact and make a call.

Searches for caller names.
After receiving an incoming call, eSpace 7850 searches the local address book for the
caller name. If the caller name does not exist in the local address book, eSpace 7850
searches the LDAP server for the caller name and displays it on the phone screen. This
function is available only after LDAP Lookup For Incoming Call is set to Enabled.
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Every time you enter a number or a character on the dial page, eSpace 7850 searches for
appropriate contacts. If a contact is found, the contact name is displayed on the phone
screen. This function is available only after LDAP Lookup For PreDial/Dial is set to
Enabled.
You can assign the LDAP function to a DSS key. For details, see DSS Key.
For details about caller name searching and number searching, see LDAP.
4.15 Messages
eSpace 7850 supports voice messages. The function can be used only after it is enabled on the
server.
To access the voice message page, proceed as follows:
1.
Press the Menu key.
The main menu page is displayed.
2.
Select [Messages] and press the OK key.
3.
Select [Voice Mail] and press the OK key.
4.15.1 Voice Messages
The voice mailbox is stored on the Media Resource Server (MRS). You can use eSpace 7850
to connect to the server to obtain voice messages.
After receiving a new voice message in the standby state, eSpace 7850 displays a notification
on the screen and lights the Message key.
If you have configured a voice mailbox access code, press the Message key to receive the
message. To obtain voice messages, directly press the soft key Connect to access the voice
mailbox.
Setting the Voice Mailbox Access Code
1.
Access the voice message page.
2.
Select [Set Voice Mail] and press the OK key.
3.
Select an account and enter the voice mailbox access code.
4.
Press the soft key Save.
Obtaining Voice Messages
1.
Access the voice message page.
2.
Select [New Voice Mail] and press the OK key.
The total number of voice messages is displayed.
3.
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4.16 Expansion Modules
eSpace 7850 can be connected to expansion modules to provide more DSS keys. A maximum
of two expansion modules can be cascaded to an eSpace 7850. The method of configuring
expansion keys is similar to that of configuring DSS keys.
For details about expansion keys, see EXT Key.
After you assign a function to an expansion key, you can directly press this key to implement
the function.
Assume that the speed dial function is assigned to key 2 on account 1 and the speed dial
number is set to 123456. After you press key 2, eSpace 7850 directly use account 1 to make a
call to 123456.
4.17 Linkage Between an eSpace and an IP Phone
4.17.1 Associating an eSpace with an IP Phone
Prerequisites

The Enterprise eSpace client has been installed.

An eSpace hard terminal exists.

A linked UC account exists.
1.
Double-click
Procedure
.
The Log In dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-1.
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Figure 4-1 Log In dialog box
2.
Click Settings.
The page for associating the eSpace with a server is displayed.
3.
Set parameters, as shown in Figure 4-2.
To obtain the UC account, password, and server IP address, contact the administrator.
Figure 4-2 Associating the eSpace with a server
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The eSpace Desktop page is displayed.
5.
Select Take IP phone as call equipment, as shown in Figure 4-3.
The eSpace is linked with the IP phone.
Figure 4-3 Associating the eSpace with the IP phone
4.17.2 Using the Linkage eSpace
When the eSpace is associated with the IP phone, the IP phone will report the agent status to
the eSpace. eSpace can replace the IP phone to answer or reject calls or directly forward calls.
Replacing the IP Phone to Answer or Reject Calls
When a call comes in, the eSpace client and IP phone ring simultaneously, as shown in Figure
4-4.
Figure 4-4 Incoming call

Click Answer to replace the IP phone to answer the call.

Click Reject to replace the IP phone to reject the call.
Directly Forwarding the Call
1.
As shown in Figure 4-4, click Forward.
The Forward-to Number dialog box is displayed, as shown inFigure 4-5.
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Figure 4-5 Forward-to Number dialog box
2.
Click
next to the UC account to forward.
The contact modes of the UC account are displayed, as shown in Figure 4-6.
Figure 4-6 Contact modes
3.
Click a phone number.
The call is forwarded to the UC account.
Replacing the IP Phone to Make Calls
Method 1:
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Figure 4-7 eSpace client
2.
2.
Click a contact mode on the displayed menu, as shown in Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8 Making calls on the eSpace client
Method 2:
1.
Click
.
The Keypad page is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-9.
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Figure 4-9 Keypad page
2.
Enter a phone number and click
.
Switching from IP Phone to eSpace Client During a Call
1.
Click
during a call.
The communication modes are displayed, as shown in Figure 4-10.
Figure 4-10 Communication modes
2.
Click Communicate by PC.
To switch from the eSpace client to IP phone, click Communicate by phone.
The call is switched from the IP phone to the eSpace client, as shown in Figure 4-11.
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Figure 4-11 Using eSpace to communicate

To hold a call, click

To transfer a call, click
and
.
.
are available only when a user uses eSpace to talk with the peer end.
4.18 Callback on Busy(For UC 1.1)
When you call a busy user, the system calls your number back when the user you called
becomes idle.
Contact your administrator to configure the callback on busy (CBB) service. Then perform
the following operations in service usage:
1.
When you call a busy user, press the Transfer soft key, type "*59#", and press the Send
button.
2.
When you hear the system playing the announcement indicating that the operation is
successful, hang up the phone.
When the user you called is idle, the system automatically calls you.
3.
Pick up the phone, and wait for the system to call your called party.
After the peer user answers the call, you can start the conversation.
4.19 Callback on Busy(For UC 2.0)
When you call a busy user, the system calls your number back when the user you called
becomes idle.
Contact your administrator to configure the callback on busy (CBB) service. Then perform
the following operations in service usage:
1.
When you call a busy user, type "*59* + called number + #", and press the Send button.
2.
When you hear the system playing the announcement indicating that the operation is
successful, hang up the phone.
When the user you called is idle, the system automatically calls you.
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After the peer user answers the call, you can start the conversation.
4.20 Using the Extension Mobility Function (Available for
Huawei UC1.1 Solution)
After you enter the extension number and password to log in to the file server on an IP phone
in the visited location, the IP phone automatically downloads the user configuration file that
contains the contact information and programmable key settings, and registration service to
the IP phone which can function as your personal IP phone in the home location.
If the models of the IP phones in the home location and visited location are different, the function and
service on the IP phone in use take effect.
1.
Access the main menu of the IP phone.
2.
Select Login and press OK.
If the IP phone has been configured with an account, select Logout and press OK to
deregister the existing account.
3.
Enter Extension and password.
4.
Press the LogIn softkey.
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Maintaining eSpace 7850
5.1 Managing Passwords
You can change passwords on the Web configuration page. The default user name and
password for logging in to the Web configuration page are both user.
Changing a Password
1.
Logging in to the Web configuration page.
2.
Click the Security tab.
3.
Click Password.
The page for changing a password is displayed.
4.
Enter the old password once and the new password twice.
5.
Click Submit.
5.2 Restarting eSpace 7850
On the Phone's Standby Screen
1.
On the standby screen, hold down the X key.
A message asking you to confirm the restart is displayed.
2.
Press the OK key to restart the eSpace 7850.
On the Web Configuration Page
1.
Access the Web configuration page.
2.
Click the Upgrade tab.
3.
Click Reboot.
A confirm dialog box is displayed.
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FAQs
Q: How do I check the basic eSpace 7850 information, such as the IP address and
software version?
A: In the standby state, press the <OK> key.

Q: How do I access the eSpace 7850's Web configuration page?
A: In the Web browser, enter the eSpace 7850's IP address in the address box, and press
Enter. Enter the user name and password, and click OK. The default user name and
password for a common user are both user.

Q: How many SIP accounts does eSpace 7850 support?
A: eSpace 7850 supports six SIP accounts.

Q: How do I set the language?
A: Proceed as follows:

−
In the standby state, press the <Menu> key.
−
Select [Setting], [Basic Settings], and [Language] in sequence.
−
Select a language and press the <OK> key.
Q: How do I receive a voice message?
A: Proceed as follows:

−
Set the mailbox access code.
−
Press the <Message> key and follow the instruction to obtain the voice message.
Q: How do I adjust the volume of the ring tone?
A: In the standby state, press the <Volume Adjustment Bar> key and adjust the volume
of the ring tone.

Q: Why an eSpace 7850 can make calls but cannot receive calls?
A: Check whether the icon
is displayed on the standby screen on the eSpace 7850. If
this icon is displayed, the DND function is enabled and the eSpace 7850 automatically
rejects incoming calls. Access the Features page, and set the DND function to Disable.


Q: How do I adjust the volume of the handset, headset, and speaker?
−
In the standby state, press the <Menu> key.
−
Select [Setting], [Basic Settings], and [Phone Volume] in sequence.
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Select an object and set the volume.
Q: How do I enable the call waiting function?
A: Use the following methods to enable the call waiting function:
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In the standby state, press the <Menu> key.
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Select [Features] and [Call Waiting].
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Press the left and right keys to enable or disable the function.
Dial *58# on the eSpace 7850 to register the call waiting function.
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A: Use the following methods to forward a call:
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In the standby state, press the <Menu> key.
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Select [Features] and [Call Forward].
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Select a call forward mode and press the left and right keys to enable or disable the
function.
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Enter the forward-to number and press the <OK> key.
Q: How do I avoid disturbing calls?
A: Add a disturbing number to the blacklist. Use the following methods:
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Press the <Menu> key.
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Select [Directory] and [Blacklist].
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Press the up and down keys to select [Add], and press the <OK> key to display the
page for adding users to the blacklist.
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Press the <OK> key.
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