User Manual - Flyingvoice Technology

User Manual
IP622
V1.3
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Revision Record:
Version
Date
Author
Firmware Version
V1.0
2011-05-05
Anne
V1.2.0
V1.1
2011-05-20
Anne
V1.2.1
V1.2
2012-12-12
Maylin
V2.0
Applicability
Update the functions based on the
V1.3
2013-06-06
Maylin
V2.0
new firmware
(V2.0(201304221158))
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................1
1.1 Thanks for Purchasing IP622...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................1
1.2 Package Contents............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1
2 Installing.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
2.1 Assembling the Phone and Connecting to the Network.................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
2.2 Mounting the Phone to the Wall...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
2.3 Turning on the Phone....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
3 Get Familiar with IP622............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 4
3.1 Front Panel....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2 Rear Panel........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
3.3 LEDs Indicator.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................8
3.4 Get Familiar with LCD.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
4 Menu........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
4.1 Items...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................10
4.2 How to configuration from Menu.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
5 Using Basic Phone Function....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
5.1 Using the Handset/ Speakerphone/ Headset.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
5.1.1 Using the Handset................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
5.1.2 Using the Speakerphone...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.1.3 Using the Headset................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
5.2 Making Telephone Call..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
5.2.1 Place a Call.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.2.2 Using Redial Button.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................14
5.2.3 Dialing from Phonebook......................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
5.2.4 Dialing from Call History.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
5.2.5 Using Speed Dial................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 15
5.2.6 Using Dial Plan.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 16
5.2.7 Using Hot Line.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................16
5.2.8 Answering a Telephone Call................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
5.3 Adjusting Call Volume................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
5.4 Black List....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 17
5.5 Muting a Call................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
5.6 Placing a Call on Hold................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.7 Three Way Conference Calls......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
5.8 Attended Transfer...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
5.9 Unattended Transfer.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
5.10 Forwarding Calls..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................19
5.11 Call Waiting................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20
5.12 Ending a Call............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 20
5.13 Viewing and Returning Missed Calls.......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 21
5.14 Text Message............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
5.14.1 Sending Message............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
5.14.2 Reading Message............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22
5.15 DND (Do Not Disturb)................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 23
6 Using Advanced Phone Functions........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 24
6.1 Speed Dial......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................24
6.2 BLF (Busy Lamp Field).................................................................................................................................................................................................................................24
6.3 Shortcut Key.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 25
6.4 Pickup............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 26
6.5 Call Park........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 26
6.6 MSG...............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................28
6.6.1 Enable and configuration MSG........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 28
6.6.2 Using MSG.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 29
6.7 Changing the LCD Screen Contrast...............................................................................................................................................................................................................29
6.8 Changing Your Ring Tone..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................29
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6.9 Setting Your Phone’s Date and Time............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 29
6.10 Rebooting Your Phone................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
6.11 Factory default............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30
7 CONFIGURATION.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................32
7.1 Web-based Configuration.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
7.2 Login.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 32
7.3 Webpage.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................33
7.4 Status..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................36
7.4.1 Basic.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................36
7.4.2 Syslog...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................37
7.5 SIP Account....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.5.1 SIP Settings.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
7.5.1.1 SIP Parameters........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
7.5.1.2 NAT Traversal............................................................................................................................................................................................................................38
7.5.2 Line1.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38
7.5.2.1 Basic...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................39
7.5.2.2 Audio Configuration.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 39
7.5.2.3 Supplementary Service Subscription......................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
7.5.2.4 Advanced................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 40
7.5.3 Line2.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 41
7.5.4 VoIP QoS..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................41
7.6 Network......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 42
7.6.1 Basic.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................42
7.6.1.1 Internet Port (WAN)...................................................................................................................................................................................................................42
7.6.1.2 PC Port (LAN)........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 44
7.6.2 MAC Address Clone............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 45
7.6.3 VPN......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................45
7.6.4 DMZ.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................46
7.6.5 DDNS...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................46
7.6.6 Multi WAN...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................46
7.7 Phone............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 47
7.7.1 Preference............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 47
7.7.1.1 Preference.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 47
7.7.1.2 Regional..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 48
7.7.1.3 Call Forward.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 48
7.7.1.4 Miscellaneous............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 49
7.7.2 Multi-Functional Key.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 49
7.7.3 Dial Plan.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 52
7.7.3.1 Parameters and Settings............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 52
7.7.3.2 Dial Plan Syntactic.....................................................................................................................................................................................................................54
7.7.3.3 Example..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 55
7.7.4 Phone Book..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................56
7.7.4.1 Upload &&Download Phonebook or Blacklist......................................................................................................................................................................... 56
7.7.4.2 Phonebook................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 56
7.7.4.3 Black List................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
7.7.5 Call Log............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 58
7.7.5.1 Redial List..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................59
7.7.5.2 Answered Calls.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
7.7.5.3 Missed Call................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 60
7.8 Administration............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 60
7.8.1 Management.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................60
7.8.1.1 File Upload&&Download..........................................................................................................................................................................................................60
7.8.1.2 Administrator Settings............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 61
7.8.1.3 Time/Date...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................61
7.8.1.4 System Log Setting.................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62
7.8.1.5 Packet Trace............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62
7.8.1.6 Factory Defaults.........................................................................................................................................................................................................................63
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7.8.2 Firmware Upgrade............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 63
7.8.3 Provision.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 63
7.8.4 SNMP...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................64
7.8.5 TR069.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 65
8 Trouble Shooting..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.1 No Operation after Power On........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 66
8.2 Long Time Stop at “Initializing Network”.................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.3 No Dial Tone................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 66
8.4 Can not Make a Call...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66
8.5 Can not Receive Any Phone Call.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 66
8.6 No Voice during an Active Call..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 67
8.7 Can not connect to the configuration Website...............................................................................................................................................................................................67
8.8 Forget the Password.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................67
9 Contact ways............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................69
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1 Introduction
1.1 Thanks for Purchasing IP622
Thank you for purchasing IP622. The IP622 which has 2 lines is a full-featured VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone that provides voice
communication over an IP network.
This phone functions not only much like a traditional phone, allowing to place and receive calls and enjoy other features that traditional phone
has, but also it own many data services which you could not expect from traditional telephone.
The IP622 provides Power over Ethernet (PoE) and two Ethernet ports for connecting another device to the local area network.
This guide will help you easily use the various features and services available on your phone.
1.2 Package Contents
Your package includes the following:
 One IP622 (with PoE) IP Phone Unit
 Handset and handset cord
 One universal power adapter
 One Ethernet cable
 Wall-mounting screw pack
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Installing
2.1 Assembling the Phone and Connecting to the Network
1) Plug one end of the coiled phone cord into the left side of the phone base.
2) Plug the other end of the handset cord into the jack at the bottom of the handset.
3) If you are using an external power source, push the power cord into the power supply, and plug the power supply into the phone base unit.
Note: Use only the power supply that came with the phone.
4) Plug the Ethernet cable into Internet port in the rear side of the base station. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into your already
prepared network connection.
2.2 Mounting the Phone to the Wall
1) Complete the assembly instructions.
2) Attach two appropriate screws to the wall. Leave 1/4 distance from the wall. This allows you to slide the mounting brackets on to the screws.
Push down slightly to lock the phone in place.
2.3 Turning on the Phone
This section assumes that the correct connections have been made.
1) Check whether the Internet port is well connected.
2) Plug the AC power adapter into the electrical outlet.
Note: Use only the adapter that came with the phone.
3) The LCD will firstly display “Welcome” and all of the lights on the phone will flash.
4) Next, the LCD display “Initializing Network”.
5) After the sequence, the phone will display date & time, lines status for the phone, and IP622 is started normally.
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Notice: If the phone does not provide this screen, re-confirm installation and connections. If these are incorrect, try unplugging the
phone and plugging it back in again. If you still don’t see the display, then contact your Phone Administrator or service provider.
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3
Get Familiar with IP622
3.1 Front Panel
Front Panel
No.
1
Description of function
Handset top cradle
For the placement of handset (Receiver end)
Hook switch
For hang-up and hang-off of handset
Cradle latch
To prevent the handset from dropping when it is
wall-mounted.
Handset
cradle
bottom
For the placement of handset (Transmitter end)
Handset cord port
RJ-11 jack on the left side of the IP phone
Headset wire port
RJ-11 jack on the bottom of the handset
Headset
To mount mouthpiece and earpiece on the single
handle.
2
LCD screen
The LCD screen is for displaying your settings,
such as phone number, line status and so on.
3
Multi-Functional
Key
These keys can be used as speed dial, BLF,
shortcut key, pick up and call park.
4
Picture 1
Part Name
Line Keys
In standby:
These keys are used as line keys; you can press
the line button to select the corresponding line,
and then user can make call or do other
functions.
The LEDs under the keys used to display the
status of each extension, please refer to 3.3 LCD
indicator
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Soft keys
These keys are used as soft keys. These can be
used for item selection or control on the LCD
screen.
The softkey’ function depends on their
corresponding content displayed on the LCD at
that time.
6
Menu
Press it to access to menu items: such as
phonebook, multi-functional key, and call
history and so on.
7
UP
To scroll up or turn up the volume
8
DOWN
To scroll down or turn down the volume
9
Hold
The Hold key is used to hold the current call,
press it again to release the hold function.
10
Redial
The Redial key is used to redial the last dialed
number automatically.
11
Mute/Del
 During an active call, press it to mute the
current call.
 When input text, press it to delete a digit or
number.
12
Headset
Press it to use headset.
13
Handsfree
Press it to use Handsfree
14
MSG
 The key can be used for voicemail selection,
press it to access voicemail (must be set up
by your phone administrator)
 The LED is to indicate voicemail status.
Please refer to 3.3 LCD indicator
15
Numeric Keypad
Enters numeric digits for initiating a call or for
entering configuration information.
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3.2 Rear Panel
Part Name
Rear Panel
Description of function
Headset
Headset console, connect to headset(This is on the right side of
the phone.)
DND Switch
The Switch is used to turn on or turn off DND.
Under the character DND is a dot.
When the switch near the dot, DND is on, otherwise DND is
off.
Taking the left picture for example, DND is on.
DC 5V
Power port
PC
Connects to a PC.
Internet
Connects to the Ethernet switch, router or Internet.
3.3 LEDs Indicator
LED
Color
Speed Dial
BLF
Multi-Functional Key
Shortcut Key
Pick Up
Call Park
VoIP Lines 1/2
Status
OFF
Solid Green
Solid Red
OFF
Solid Green
Blinking Red
Solid Red
OFF
Solid Green
OFF
Solid Green
Solid Red
OFF
Solid Green
OFF
Solid Light Red
Solid Green
Description
Not configured
Configured, in standby
In use
Not configured
Configured, in standby
A new incoming call in BLF number
In use
Not configured
Configured
Not configured
Configured
In use
Not configured
Configured
Line disable
Not registered
Registered, line is in standby
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Solid Red
Registered, line is in active call
OFF
Disable
Solid Red
In use, mute is on
OFF
Standby
Solid Green
In use
OFF
Standby
Solid Green
In use
OFF
Blinking Green
Solid Green
In-active
An new voicemail
No new voicemail
MUTE/DEL
Headset
Handsfree
MSG
3.4 Get Familiar with LCD
LCD
Name
Date
Time
Phone Numbers
Lines
Softkey Function
Softkey Buttons
Description of function
To display the current date.
Date format is mm/dd
To display the current time.
Time format is mm:ss (A or P)
To display the phone number of lines.
To display the status of lines.
The icon
means unregistered.
The icon
mean registered.
To display the current softkey function.
You can use the softkey button to highlight the item displayed on
the LCD screen and then configuration.
One button directs to one softkey function, the blue line in the left
picture displays the corresponding relationship.
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4 Menu
User can use MENU, soft key and MUTE/DEL button to browse, modify and configure the phonebook, multi-functional keys, network,
accounts, factory default and so on.
4.1 Items
The table below lists Menu items which IP622 included:
Main menu
Menu Items
Submenu Items
Explanation
(LCD display)
1Phonebook
2
Multi-Functional
Key(need
password)
3Call History
4Text Message
5BlackList
6Preferences
7Ring Tone
(LCD display)
1.1NewEntry
2.1Exp Key 1
2.2Exp Key 2
2.3Exp Key 3
2.4Exp Key 4
2.5Exp Key 5
2.6Exp Key 6
2.7Exp Key 7
2.8Exp Key 8
2.9Exp Key 9
2.10Exp Key 10
3.1RedialList
3.2Answered Calls
3.3Missed Calls
4.1SEND
4.2RecivedBox
4.3SendBox
5.1NewEntry
6.1Language
6.2Call Waiting
6.3Auto Answer
6.4Preferred
Audio
Device
7.1Bell Type1
7.2Bell Type2
(LCD display)
User can view, add, edit, and delete phonebook using the four softkey.
User can also make call, and send text message directly using the four softkey.
The Max records are 500.
To configure the function of multi-functional keys.
To list the latest 60 records of called call, answered call and missed calls.
User can send message according to prompt.
To list the latest 100 records of received message and sent message.
To configure the blacklist, max record is 100.
To select the language on phone’s LCD.
To enable or disable call waiting.
To enable or disable auto answer.
To select the preferred audio device.
Choose the ring tone from Bell Type1- Bell Type10.
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7.3Bell Type3
7.4Bell Type4
7.5Bell Type5
7.6Bell Type6
7.7Bell Type7
7.8Bell Type8
7.9Bell Type9
7.1Bell Type10
8Volume Setting
9Accounts
(need password)
10Call Forward
11Time/Date
9.1Line 1
9.2Line 2
10.1CFWD All
10.2CFWD When Busy
10.3CFWD When No
Answer
11.1Time(H:m:s)
11.2Date(m/d/y)
Press up or down key to turn up or turn down volume.
To enable/disable line1.
To set password of line1.
To set account of line1.
To set display name of line1.
To set the phone number of line1.
To set the SIP server IP address of line 1.
To set the SIP server port of line1.
To set the outbound proxy IP address or domain name of line1.
9.1.1Line Enable
9.1.2Password
9.1.3Account
9.1.4Display Name
9.1.5Phone Number
9.1.6SIP Proxy Server
9.1.7SIP Proxy Port
9.1.8Outbound Server
9.1.9Outbound Server
To set the outbound proxy port of line1.
Port
9.1.10Backup
To set the backup outbound proxy IP address or domain name of line 1.
Outbound Server
9.1.11Backup
To set the backup outbound proxy port of line1.
Outbound Port
Same to 9.1
To set the destination phone number of CFWD AllNumber
To set the destination phone number of CFWD Busy Number
To set the destination phone number of CFWD No AnsNumber
12.1.1MWI Enable
12Voice Mail
(Need password)
13Network
12.1Line 1
12.2Line 2
13.1WAN
Connection
Type
13.2CurrentIP
13.3CurrentNetmask
13.4CurrentGateway
13.5Primary DNS
13.6Secondary DNS
12.1.2Voice
Number
Same to 12.1
Mail
To enable or disable voice mail of line1
To set the voice mail number of line1.
To view the current Internet port’s connection type, or to change the Internet port
connection type from Static, DHCP and PPPoE.
To view the current Internet port IP address, or to change the Internet port IP address.
To view the Current Netmask, or to change the Current Netmask.
To view the Current Gateway, or to change the Current Gateway.
To view the primary DNS, or to change the primary DNS.
To view the secondary DNS, or to change the secondary DNS.
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14Product Info
15Status
13.7Enable WAN Login
13.8Web Port
13.9SIP QoS
13.1RTP QoS
13.11Data QoS
13.12VLAN Tag
13.13VLANID
13.14802.1p Priority
14.1Product Name
14.2Software Version
14.3Hardware Version
14.4MAC Address
14.5Serial Number
15.1Intenet Port Status
15.2VPN Status
15.3Registration Status
16Reboot
17Factory Default
18Set Password
19LCD Contrast
20Login/Logout
To enable or disable user login webpage from Internet port.
To view the Web Port, or to change the Web Port.
To view the SIP QoS, or to change the SIP QoS.
To view the RTP QoS, or to change the RTP QoS.
To view the Data QoS, or to change the Data QoS.
To enable or disable VLAN Tag
To view the VLANID, or to change the VLANID.
To view the802.1p Priority, or to change the802.1p Priority.
To view the current information of Product Name, Software Version, Hardware Version,
MAC Address and serial number.
To view the current information about the status of Internet port, VPN and registration.
To reboot IP622.
To set IP622 factory default.(Need password)
To reset password.
The password of LCD is same as the one of Webpage.
Default is admin.
To view and change the contrast of LCD.
Press it to logout LCD.
Press 20Login/Logout to erase memory, and then user should input password when user
access to 9Accounts again.
4.2 How to configuration from Menu
1) When the phone is on-hook, press the MENU button to enter Main menu.
2) Use the Numeric Keypad to input the digit or character
3) Press the abc softkey button to change the input method between digit, capital letter and small letter.
4) Use the up and down button to scroll up and scroll down. Configuration the item or sub-item according to the prompt.
5) Press the ok softkey button to confirm.
6) Press the save softkey button to save changes.
7) Press MUTE/DEL button or delChr softkey button to delete one digit or a character.
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8) Press the cancel softkey button to cancel changes and back to the up level.
9) The password which need when access to Accounts item is the same as the one of admin mode when login Web, default is admin.
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5 Using Basic Phone Function
5.1 Using the Handset/ Speakerphone/ Headset
5.1.1
Using the Handset
To place and answer calls using the handset, simply lift the handset.
5.1.2
Using the Speakerphone
To place and answer calls using the speaker, press the speaker button. The green light behind the button will illuminate.
5.1.3
Using the Headset
To place and answer calls using the speaker, press the headset button. The green light behind the button will illuminate.
5.2 Making Telephone Call
5.2.1
Place a Call
You can place a call by:
Step 1.Lifting the handset and dialing phone number, followed by the # or wait 5 seconds, IP622 will dial out the phone number.
Step 2.Connect the headset, press the headset button and dial phone number, followed by the # or wait 5 seconds, IP622 will dial out the phone
number.
Step 3.Press the speaker button and dial phone number, followed by the # or wait 5 seconds, IP622 will dial out the phone number.
5.2.2
Using Redial Button
To redial the last number called:
Lift the handset or press speakerphone or press headset, and then press the redial button; the number will be automatically dialed.
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5.2.3
Dialing from Phonebook
Adding a phonebook
Below are the steps to add a phonebook in menu, User can also add phonebooks from you PC using IP622 Web Interface.
Step 1.Press MENU button access to the menu items, and use the softkey button to choose 1.Phonebook
Step 2.Add one phonebook according to the prompt, press the abc softkey button to change the input method between digit, capital letter and
small letter.
Using phonebook:
Press MENU button to access to the menu items, and use the softkey button to choose 1.Phonebook, and then highlight the phonebook you
want to call, press the dial softkey button to make call immediately.
5.2.4
Dialing from Call History
Press MENU button access to the menu items, and use the up and down button to choose 3.CallHistory, and then highlight the phone number
you want to call, press the dial softkey button to dial immediately.
5.2.5
Using Speed Dial
Adding a speed dial:
Below are the steps to add a speed dial from menu, User can also set speed dial from you PC using IP622 Web Interface.
Step 1.Press MENU button access to the menu items, and use the up and down button to choose 2. Multi-Function Key
Step 2.Configuration one Multi-Function Key to speed dial according to the prompt.
Making speed dial:
Press the Multi-Function Key corresponding to speed dial to make call immediately.
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5.2.6
Using Dial Plan
Adding one dial plan:
Step 1.Open Phone/Dial Plan webpage
Step 2.Add one dial plan, user can refer to 7.7.3 Dial Plan
Using dial plan to make call:
Dial the phone number according to one dial plan.
5.2.7
Using Hot Line
Add the hot line from SIP Account/Line1/2 webpage, Supplementary Service Subscription column, below is one example:
Step 1.Open SIP Account/Account1/2 webpage, Supplementary Service Subscription column
Step 2.Fill in the hot line number, user can also add the delayed time.
Example 1:
set the hot line number is 511.
Example 2:
set the hot line number is 511 and delayed time is 4 seconds.
5.2.8
Answering a Telephone Call
When a call is incoming, the associated line button will flash and the phone will ring.
You can receive the call by:
Step 1.Pressing the corresponding line button or
Step 2.Pressing the speakerphone, or
Step 3.Lifting the handset, or
Step 4.Using the headset, or
Step 5.Auto-answer: if auto-answer is enabled, IP622 will answer the phone automatically when there is a call incoming
Enable auto-answer: press MENU button to access to the menu items, then use the up and down button to choose 6Reference, set
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auto-answer enable according to the prompt.
Notice: user can also enable auto-answer in Phone/Preference webpage, miscellaneous column.
5.3 Adjusting Call Volume
From menu:
Step 1.Press Menu button, and then choose volume.
Step 2.Press up and down button to turn up or turn down volume.
Using multi-function key:
Step 1.Choose two multi-function key (assuming the two multi-function keys are Exp Key 1 and Exp Key 2), and configure as
following:
Step 2.Press Save Settings to save changes and user can see the corresponding LED is solid green.
Step 3.Press the Exp Key1 button to turn up volume, press the Exp Key 2 button to turn down volume.
5.4 Black List
If user added a black list, IP622 will forbid the phone number incoming.
Adding a black list:
There are two ways to add black list, one is from menu, and the other is from your PC to use IP622’s webpage.
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From menu:
Step 1.Press Menu button, and then choose 5black list.
Step 2.Choose NewEntry, and then add one black list according to the prompt.
From Webpage:
Step 1.Log in the web, open Phone/Phonebook webpage, Black List column.
Step 2.Refer to the 7.6.4.1 Black List to add blacklist.
5.5 Muting a Call
During an active call, pressing the MUTE/DEL button to mute the handset, headset or speakerphone.
This function prevents the person on the active call from hearing what you or someone else in the room is saying; the light behind the button will
illuminate on (green).
To cancel the Mute function, please press the MUTE/DEL button again and the light behind the button will illuminate off.
5.6 Placing a Call on Hold
When IP622 is during one active call:
Step 1.Pressing the hold button to put the active call on hold, then you will hear a dial tone, the remote party will hear the hold music
Step 2.User can input the phone number to make call
Step 3.Pressing the hold button again to release the previously Hold state and resume the bi-directional media.
5.7 Three Way Conference Calls
Step 1.To initiate a conference call, press the HOLD button during an active call and the first call is placed on hold, and you will hear a dial
tone.
Step 2.Dial the second person’s telephone number.
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Step 3.After the second person answers the call, press conf softkey button to start the conference call; all three parties will be participating in a
conference call.
Note: If you hang up firstly, the other two parties will be disconnected; if one party hangs up firstly, you can go on talking with the other party.
5.8 Attended Transfer
You call the person to whom you are transferring the call and speak to them before transferring the call:
Step 1.To initiate a transfer; press the HOLD button during an active call. This places the first call on hold and you will hear a dial tone.
Step 2.Dial the second person’s telephone number.
Step 3.When the second person answers, you can have a private conversation with the second person without the first person hearing it.
Step 4.To connect the call to the second person, press the xfer softkey button to complete the transfer. You will be disconnected from the call.
Step 5.If you hang up during the call with the second person before pressing xfer softkey button, the transfer is not completed; this only ends the
call with the second person, and you can press the HOLD button to continue the first call.
5.9 Unattended Transfer
You can transfer an active call to a third party without announcement.
Step 1.To initiate an unattended (blind) transfer; press the xfer softkey button during an active call. The first call is placed on hold and you will
hear a dial tone.
Step 2.Now dial the second person’s telephone number with immediately ending char “#”, IP622 will transfer phone automatically and you will
be disconnected from the call.
5.10 Forwarding Calls
You can forward all calls, forward calls when the phone is busy or forward calls when there is no answer.
Below are the steps to configure call forward from menu. You can also set call forwarding options from your PC using the IP Phone Web
Interface.
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From menu:
Step 1.Press the MENU button.
Step 2.Select 10Call Forward and choose one type of call forwarding.
• CFWD All—Forwards all calls to a single number immediately when there is an incoming call.
• CFWD When Busy—Forwards all calls to another number when the phone is busy.
• CFWD When No Answer—Forwards calls to another number if there's no answer at your phone.
Step 3.Enable the CFWD and fill in the call forwarding number.
Step 4.Press the save softkey button to save changes.
5.11 Call Waiting
Before using call waiting, you should enable it firstly, and default is enabling.
During an active call:
Step 1.If call waiting is enabled, call waiting alerts you with ringing if there is another call is incoming, and the associate line button will change
to red blinking, press the line key of the second call to answer the second call with the first call holding, pressing the line button of the first call to
back to the first call with the second call holding.
Step 2.If the call waiting is off, new calls would be rejecting and the new caller will hear busy tone when you are on another call.
Enable Call Waiting:
You can turn call waiting on or off from menu in Menu/6References item.
And user can also enable call waiting by using your PC to open SIP Account/Line 1/2 webpage, Supplementary Service Subscription column.
5.12 Ending a Call
To end a handset call, hang up the handset.
To end a speakerphone call, press the speaker button.
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To end a headset call, press the headset button.
5.13 Viewing and Returning Missed Calls
The LCD screen on your IP phone will notify you like the following picture if a call came in that was unanswered.
To return a missed call:
• If the LCD screens shows a missed call:
Step 1.press the softkey button under miss to view the call.
Step 2.Press the softkey button under dial to return the missed call.
• If the LCD screen does not show a missed call, you can return a call from the Missed Call list:
Step 1.Press the Menu button.
Step 2.Then selects 3Call History.
Step 3.Then selects Missed Calls.
Step 4.Choose the call you want to return and press Dial.
To view a list of all missed calls:
• If the LCD screen shows a missed call, press the softkey button under miss to view a list of missed calls.
• If the LCD screen does not show a missed call:
Step 1.Press the Menu button.
Step 2.Then selects 3Call History.
Step 3.Then selects Missed Calls.
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5.14 Text Message
5.14.1
Sending Message
Step 1.Press Menu button, and then choose 4Text Message by using the up button or the down button.
Step 2.Press the select softkey button to enter to 1SEND item.
Step 3.Press the select softkey button to edit message.
Note: When inputting text, use the abc softkey button to change the input method among numbers, capital and lowercase English letters,
abc stands lower case, ABC stands capital letter, and 123 stands digit
Step 4.Press the ok softkey button to input receivers’ phone number.
Notice: IP622 support group mails, user can send one message to 10 friends or family one a time;
Press the ok softkey button to access to configuration the next receiver’s phone number;
You can select one number in phonebook by pressing the pbook softkey button.
If user has configuration the phone numbers which you want to send, press the ok softkey button twice to access to the next
item (Sender number).
Step 5.Set Sender phone number, default is line1’s phone number.
Step 6.Press the select softkey button to start sending message.
5.14.2
Reading Message
Step 1.Press Menu button, and then choose 4Text Message by using the up button or the down button.
Step 2.Press the select softkey button to enter to 2Recived Box item or Send Box item.
Notice: In Received Box are messages have received from others including new messages and old messages. The ones in Sent Box are
messages have sent out.
Step 3.Press the select softkey button to access to the next item. Choose the message you want to read by using the up button or the down
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button.
5.15 DND (Do Not Disturb)
Use the Do Not Disturb feature to prevent incoming calls from ringing your phone.
To enable Do Not Disturb, push the DND button to the side near the DND dot, below is one picture:
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6
Using Advanced Phone Functions
6.1 Speed Dial
Creating Speed Dial:
Following are the steps to creating speed dials in webpage; you can also creating it from LCD Menu.
Step 1.Access to web, and then open Phone/Multi-Functional Key webpage
Step 2.Then configures one Exp key to speed dial, and then choose the line and fill in the phone number. The following picture is a setting
example:
Step 3.Press
button to save changes and then press
button to make changes effective.
Using Speed Dials:
Step 1.Press the configured Exp Key 1 to call 111 or press Exp Key 2 to call 112 immediately.
6.2 BLF (Busy Lamp Field)
Your system administrator may configure your phone so that you can monitor other user’s phones from your phone. User can create BLF from
Menu/Multi-functional key or from your PC in Phone/Multi-Functional Key webpage.
If this feature is configured, some multi-functional key buttons on your phone are assigned to display the status of another user’s phone. For
example, if your one multi-functional key is configured to display Bob’s phone line, the associate multi-functional key shows you the status of
his phone line:

Green: Line is idle.

Red (steady): Line is active or in use.
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
Red (blinking): Line is ringing.
In addition, if you have configured the pickup code in BLF, you can press the same multi-functional button to pick up a ringing call at his
extension.
The example below describes the steps to configuration the pickup in BLF from Webpage, user can also configuration from MENU.
Configure the pickup code in BLF:
Step 1.Access to web, and then open Phone/Multi-Functional Key webpage
Step 2.Then configures one Exp key to BLF, and set Pickup Code (you can get the pickup code from your administrator). The following picture
is a setting example based on Asterisk
Step 3.Press
button to save changes and then press
button to make changes effective.
To pick up a ringing call:
Step 1.Assuming a ringing call at 003 and the associate LED is blinking.
Step 2.Press
line2 button, and then press the Exp key 1 button to pickup the call.
6.3 Shortcut Key
The steps below described how to configure the shortcut key from Webpage, user can also configure from MENU.
Creating Shortcut Key:
Step 1.Access to web, and then open Phone/Multi-Functional Key webpage
Step 2.Then configures the Exp keys to shortcut key, and set as you need. The following picture is a setting example:
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Step 3.Press
button to save changes and then press
button to make changes effective.
Using shortcut Key:
Press the Exp Key 1, then the LCD will display the phonebook item immediately, and user can configure it, the steps are same as configuring
from menu.
Press the next Exp Keys, and the LCD will display the corresponding item immediately, and user can also configure it.
6.4 Pickup
The function of pickup is similar to the speed dial.
The example below describes the steps to configuration the pickup from Webpage, user can also configuration from MENU.
Adding pickup:
Step 1.Log in the web, open Phone/Multi-functional Key webpage.
Step 2.Choose one Exp key (assuming is Exp Key 3), and configure as follows, user can refer to 7.6.2 Multi-functional Key:
Step 3.Press
button to save changes and then press
button to make changes effective.
Using pickup:
Press the Exp Key 3 button (the configured multi-functional key) to ring 010235689 quickly.
6.5 Call Park
Call Park is a feature of some telephone systems that allows a person to put a call on hold at one telephone set and continue the conversation
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from any other telephone set.
During an active call, pressing one preprogrammed multi-functional key button to transfer the current telephone conversation to an unused
extension number and immediately puts the conversation on hold. The telephone system will then display the extension number of the parked
call so that the call can later be retrieved.
If no one picks up the parked call within the set time, the telephone system may ring back the parked call. This transfers the parked call back to
the person who originally parked the call.
The example below describes the steps to configuration the call park from Webpage, user can also configuration from MENU.
Adding Call Park:
Step 1.View the parking settings in sip server, below is an example in TrixBox
Step 2.Log in the web, open Phone/Multi-functional Key webpage.
Step 3.Choose one Exp key (assuming is Exp Key 6), and configuration as follows, user can refer to 7.6.2 Multi-functional Key:
Step 4.Press
button to save changes and then press
button to make changes effective.
Using Call Park:
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Step 1.During an active call (assuming party 1(IP622)’s phone number is 6221, party 2’s phone number is 111)
Step 2.Party 1 press the Exp Key 6 button (the configured multi-functional key) to park the current conversation and listen the voice prompt
patiently,
Step 3.Party 3 dialing 71 using another phone to retrieve the call with party 2.
6.6 MSG
Voice Mail service must be available on your network to use this feature.
6.6.1
Enable and configuration MSG
There are two ways to enable MSG, one is from menu, and the other is from your PC to use IP622’s webpage.
From Menu:
Step 1.Press Menu button to enter menu items and then choose 12Voice Mail
Step 2.Highlight the line you want to configure, and then select it
Step 3.And then use the softkey buttons to configure it according to the prompt(Enable MWI and enter the voice mail number)
Step 4.Press the save softkey button to save the changes
From Webpage:
Step 1.Log into Web, open SIP Account Line 1/2webpage, go to Supplementary Service Subscription column.
Step 2.Enable MWI Enable and fill in the Voice Mailbox Numbers (get the number from your phone administrator), below is a settings
example based on Asterisk.
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Step 3.Press
button to save changes, then the notice
will appear, press
button to
make changes effective.
6.6.2
Using MSG
To access you voice mail box, press the MSG button.
Then user can listen to the new voice mail or old voice mail or reply voice mail according to the voice prompt.
6.7 Changing the LCD Screen Contrast
Step 1.Press the Menu button, scroll to 19LCD Contrast, and press the Select softkey button to access.
Step 2.Use the up and down buttons to adjust the screen contrast. Press the Up button to increase the contrast. Press the Down
button to decrease the contrast.
Step 3.Press the save softkey button to save.
6.8 Changing Your Ring Tone
To change a ring tone:
Step 1.Press the Menu button.
Step 2.Select 7 Ring Tone.
Step 3.Use the up and down buttons to highlight the ring tone. Press the select softkey button to choose the highlighted ring tone.
6.9 Setting Your Phone’s Date and Time
The date and time for your phone normally come from the phone server. However, if you need to change some date and time
parameters, you can follow these steps:
Step 1.Press the Menu button, select 11Time/Date.
Step 2.Choose date to adjust date; enter the date in the following format: mm/dd/yy.
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Step 3.Choose time to adjust time; enter the time in the following format: hh/mm/ss.
Step 4.Press the ok softkey button to save the changes.
6.10 Rebooting Your Phone
This setting is to configure and troubleshoot the network. You should not change these settings unless directed to by your
Administrator as this can negatively affect your phone’s function.
To reboot your phone:
Step 1.Press the Menu button.
Step 2.Scroll to 16 Reboot; press the select softkey button to access to reboot item.
Step 3.Then a notice “Confirm System Reboot” will appear, press the ok softkey button to confirm rebooting.
6.11 Factory default
There are three ways to make factory default: in menu and using web GUI. You should not change these settings unless directed to by
your Administrator as this can negatively affect your phone’s function.
In menu:
Press Menu button and choose 17Factory Reset, user is required to input the password, then a notice will appear, press the ok softkey button to
continue.
In menu:
Press #*06# on the phone and select 4Factory Reset, then there is a notice inform you to confirm the performance, enter yes(937), then phone
will be factory default.
Using Website:
Step 1.Access to website, open Administration/Management webpage;
Step 2.Press the factory default button at the bottom of the webpage;
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Step 3.Waiting about 5 seconds, the red notice
will appear, and then press Reboot button to reboot IP622.
Notice: If you choose factory default, you will return the phone to the original factory settings and will erase all current settings, including the
directory and call logs.
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7 CONFIGURATION
7.1 Web-based Configuration
This section will show you how to configure your IP622 using the web-based configuration interface. The default network settings are the
following:
Default Internet Connection Type: DHCP
Default PC Port Connection Type: NAT
Default user name and password of admin mode
admin, admin
Default user name and password of user mode:
user,user
Web Idle Timeout: 5 min
7.2 Login
To access the phone through a web browser
Step 1.Setup IP622 correctly
Step 2.Lookup the Internet IP Address in the left side of LCD
Step 3.Enter “http://Internet IP Address” in the address field of the browser.
Step 4.Type “admin” or “user” for the User Name, and input the password click on the Login button to access the configuration page.
There are two levels of web configuration: one “user” ID level that can view just some portion in the web, and the other “admin” ID
level that can view and configure all settings in the web-based configuration interface.
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7.3 Webpage
No.
Name
Description
Display the firmware version, DSP version, Current
Time, and administration mode.
Press Logout button to logout.
Click navigation bar, many sub-navigation bar will
appear in the place 4.
1
main information
2
navigation bar
3
Help
4
sub-navigation
bar
5
configuration
title
The configuration title
6
configuration
bars
The configuration bars
Display the main information for configuration; user can
get help from it directly.
Click sub-navigation bar to enter to configuration
webpage
 Every time making some changes, user should
press the button to confirm and save the changes.
 After
pressing
the
button,
the
red
will
appear
to
notice user to reboot.
To cancel the changes.
Press it to reboot IP622
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7.4 Status
7.4.1
Basic
This webpage displays the basic status of your
IP622, including the information about product
information, SIP account status, network status,
VPN status, PC port status and system status.
Click Refresh button to refresh the status.
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7.4.2
Syslog
This page displays the log of system.
User can press Clear button to clear all
information.
Click Refresh button to refresh syslog.
Click Save to save the system log to your local
PC.
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7.5 SIP Account
7.5.1
SIP Settings
7.5.1.1 SIP Parameters
7.5.1.2 NAT Traversal
Webpage
Field Name
Description
If or not enable NAT.
IP622 supports STUN traversal, choose “STUN”
NAT Traversal
in the “NAT Traversal Mode” if you want traverse
NAT/Firewall.
STUN Server IP STUN server IP address, default is stun.fwdnet.net
NAT Refresh
The interval to refresh
Interval (sec)
STUN Server
STUN port
Port
7.5.2
Line1
In this webpage, users can configuration the information about SIP account line1, including the following 4 parts: Basic, Audio Configuration,
Supplementary Service Subscription and Advanced.
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Following is the description about that.
7.5.2.1 Basic
Set the basic information provided by your VOIP Service Provider, such as Phone Number, Account, password, SIP Proxy and so on.
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Line Enable
If or not enable Line1
If or not enable PEER to PEER
 If enable, Line1 will not send register request
to SIP server;
 In System Status, SIP-1 Status is Registered;
SIP-1 can make call out, but others can not call
SIP-1.
The domain or IP address of SIP Server
The port which SIP Server supports for VOIP
service, default is 5060
Peer to Peer
Proxy Server
Proxy Port
Outbound
server
Outbound Port
Backup
Outbound
Server
Display Name
Phone Number
Account
Password
Outbound server IP or domain name
Outbound server’s Service port
Backup Outbound server IP or domain name.
The number will display in callee
Number of telephone provided by SIP server
SIP account provided by SIP server
SIP password provided by SIP server
7.5.2.2 Audio Configuration
Select the audio Codec you want to use.
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Audio Codec
Type1
Audio Codec
Type2
Audio Codec
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U,
G.711A, G.722, G.729, G.723
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U,
G.711A, G.722, G.729, G.723
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U,
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Type3
Audio Codec
Type4
Audio Codec
Type5
G.723 Coding
Speed
Packet Cycle
Silence Supp
Enable
Echo Cancel
G.711A, G.722, G.729, G.723
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U,
G.711A, G.722, G.729, G.723
Choose the audio codec type from G.711U,
G.711A, G.722, G.729, G.723
Choose the speed of G.723 from 5.3kbps and
6.3kbps
The RTP packet cycle time
If or not enable silence
If or not enable echo cancel,default is enable.
7.5.2.3 Supplementary Service Subscription
Webpage
Field Name
Call Waiting
Hot Line
MWI Enable
Voice Mailbox
Numbers
Description
If or not enable Call waiting.
Fill in the hot line number.
Pickup handset or press speaker/headset button, IP622
will dial out the hot line number automatically.
If or not enable MWI (message waiting indicate).
Fill in the voice mailbox phone number
7.5.2.4 Advanced
Webpage
Field Name
Domain name
Type
Carry Port
Information
Signal Port
DTMF Type
RFC2833
Payload (>=96)
Description
If or not use domain name in the SIP URI
If or not carry Port information in the SIP URI.
The local port of SIP protocol, default is 5060
Choose the DTMF type from IN_band, RFC2833 and SIP
INFO.
User can use the default setting
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Register Refresh
Interval
RTP Port
Cancel Message
Enable
Prack Enable
SIP OPTIONS
Enable
Keep-alive
interval (10-60s)
Anonymous Call
Anonymous Call
Block
Proxy DNS Type
Use OB Proxy In
Dialog
VPN
Dial Prefix
User Type
Only
Recv
Request
From
Server
Request-URI
User Check
Hold Method
7.5.3
The interval between two normal Register messages. You
can use the default setting.
Set the port to send RTP.
IP Phone will select one idle port for RTP if you set “0”,
otherwise use the value user set.
When you set enable, an unregistered message will be sent
before registration, while you set disable, unregistered
message will not be sent before registration. You should set
the option for different Proxy.
If or not enable prack.
If this option enable, IP Phone will send SIP-PING to
Server periodically instead of sending hello packet. The
send interval is Keep-alive interval.
The interval that IP Phone will send an empty packet to
Proxy.
If or not enable anonymous call.
If or not enable anonymous call block.
Set the proxy DNS type.
If or not enable OB Proxy in dialog.
If or not enable VPN.
The prefix added before the number user dials.
Select the user type, options are IP and Phone.
If or not enable only receive request from SIP server.
If or not enable request-uri user check.
Select hold method, options are ReINVITE and Info.
Line2
The parameters of Line2 are same as Line1 except the value of Line Enable.
7.5.4
VoIP QoS
Webpage
Field Name
Description
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SIP/RTP/Data
Qos
Default is 0, user can set from 0~63.
7.6 Network
7.6.1
Basic
User can configure the parameters of Internet Port, PC port and Network Address Server Settings (DHCP). The details are as follows:
7.6.1.1 Internet Port (WAN)
Static:
In static mode, user should fill in the values of IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS and Second DNS got from your
administrator.
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Connect Name
This parameter is the WAN port service mode,
user can set the parameters in Multi WAN page.
Connect mode
Internet
IP Address
Connection mode, it si IPv4.
Choose Static IP.
The IP address of Internet port
Subnet Mask
The subnet mask of Internet port.
Default
Gateway
The default gateway of Internet port.
Primary DNS
Second DNS
The primary DNS of Internet port.
The second DNS of Internet port.
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DHCP:
In DHCP mode, IP phone is a DHCP client.
IP phone will get the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway from the DHCP server.
Webpage
Field Name
Internet
DNS Mode
Primary DNS
Secondary
DNS
DHCP Renew
Description
Choose Automatic Configuration-DHCP.
Choose DNS type from Manual and Automatic
◆In Manual: user should set the Primary DNS
and Second DNS manually.
◆In Automatic: IP Phone will get the Primary
DNS and Second DNS from DHCP Server
automatically.
The primary DNS of Internet port.
The secondary DNS of Internet port.
Renew the DHCP.
DHCP Vendor
Specify the DHCP vendor field.
Field Name
Description
PPPoE:
Webpage
Internet
DNS Mode
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
PPPoE Account
PPPoE
Password
Confirm
Choose PPPoE.
Choose DNS type from Manual and Automatic
◆In Manual: user should set the Primary DNS
and Second DNS manually.
◆In Automatic: IP Phone will get the Primary
DNS and Second DNS from DHCP Server
automatically.
The primary DNS of Internet port.
The secondary DNS of Internet port.
Fill in the PPPoE account which user gets from
Internet Service Provider
Fill in the PPPoE account which user gets from
Internet Service Provider
Fill in the PPPoE password again.
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Password
Operation Mode
Select operation mode, options are Keep Alive,
On demand and Manual.
◆When the mode is Keep Alive, user need
specify the keep alive redial period, arranges are
0~3600s, default is 5min.
◆ When the mode is on demand, user need
specify the on demand idle time, arranges are
0~60min, default is 5min.
◆When the mode is manual, user need not to
input this.
7.6.1.2 PC Port (LAN)
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Local IP
address
Local Subnet
Mask
Local DHCP
server
DHCP Start
Address
DHCP End
Address
Set the IP address of PC port.
Efficient when user choose NAT.
Set the subnet mask of PC port.
Efficient when user choose NAT.
DNS Mode
Primary DNS
Secondary
DNS
Client Lease
Time
(0-86400s)
DNS Proxy
If or not enable DHCP server.
This is the start IP address assigned by the DHCP
server.
This is the end IP address assigned by the DHCP
server.
Choose DNS type from Manual and Automatic
◆ In Manual: user should set the Primary DNS
and Second DNS manually.
◆ In Automatic: IP Phone will get the Primary
DNS and Second DNS from DHCP Server
automatically.
The primary DNS.
The secondary DNS.
The DHCP Client lease time, measured in
seconds, default is 86400s.
If or not enable DNS proxy.
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7.6.2
MAC Address Clone
Webpage
Description
MAC is the hardware address of network equipment. Sometimes,
network providers may bind network account with the network
equipment’s MAC address. So you may not pass the provider’s
authentication when you use a new IP622. In this case, you can use
MAC Clone to copy your PC’s MAC address to IP622’s Internet
port.
MAC is an important parameter for network equipments, so you
should make sure that the MAC is right, in order to prevent to make
IP622 unusable.
You can login IP622’s Web via PC port if you are incautious to make
it wrong. And then cloning the right MAC or resume the default
settings.
Step 1 Press
button to get the PC’s MAC
address
Step 2 Press
7.6.3
to save the changes
Step 3. Press
to cancel MAC address clone.
Step 4. Press
to reboot IP622.
VPN
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is the extension of a private network that encompasses links across shared or public networks like the Internet.
In short, by VPN technology, you can send data between two computers across a shared or public network in a manner that emulates the
properties of a point-to-point private link.
Webpage
Field Name
VPN Enable
Initial
Service IP
User Name
Password
Description
If or not enable VPN.
And user can choose the VPN mode from PPTP
and L2TP.
VPN server IP address
The user name for authentication
Password for authentication
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7.6.4
DMZ
IP622 provides a facility DMZ Host that maps ALL unsolicited data on any protocol to a single host in the LAN. Regular web surfing and other
such Internet activities from other clients will continue to work without inappropriate interruption. DMZ Host allows a defined internal user to
be totally exposed to the Internet, which usually helps some special applications such as Netmeeting or Internet Games etc.
Webpage
7.6.5
Field Name
Description
DMZ Enable
DMZ Host IP
Address
If or not enable DMZ
Field Name
Description
DDNS
Webpage
Dynamic
Provider
7.6.6
Set the IP address of DMZ host
DNS
Select the DDNS provider.
Account
Enter the account user gets from the DDNS provider.
Password
Enter the password user gets from the DDNS provider.
DDNS
Enter the DDNS domain.
Status
Display the DDNS status.
Multi WAN
Webpage
Field Name
Index
Name
Description
Index
The name of service mode.
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VLAN ID
VLAN ID
802.1p
802.1p priority, user can choose from 0 to 7.
Edit
Click edit to edit the current vlan.
Delete
Click delete to delete the current vlan.
Add
Click Add to add another vlan.
Click Edit, the webpage displays as left.
VLAN ID
Set VID, it can be 2~4094.
802.1p
802.1p priority, user can choose from 0 to 7.
Set network connection type, it can be Route or
Bridge Mode
Bridge.
Service
Select the service mode of this port.
Take VLAN
If or not enable take VLAN tag.
tag
7.7 Phone
User can configuration volume, call forward, multi-functional key, dial plan, phonebook and call log.
7.7.1
Preference
User can configure the value of ring volume, speakerphone volume, handset volume and so on.
7.7.1.1 Preference
Webpage
Field Name
Handset Input
Gain
Handset Volume
Gain
Speakerphone
Input Gain
Speaker Volume
Ringer Volume
Speakerphone
Mic Boost
Description
Adjust the handset input gain from 0-7.
Adjust the output gain from 0-7.
Adjust the speakerphone input gain from 0-7.
Adjust the speaker volume form 0-7.
Adjust the ringer volume form 0-7.
If or not increase the MIC volume 20 db.
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7.7.1.2 Regional
Webpage
Field Name
Tone Type
Dial Tone
Busy Tone
Off Hook
Warning Tone
Ring Back Tone
Call Waiting
Tone
Min Jitter Delay
(ms)
Max Jitter
Delay (ms)
Ringing
Time(Sec)
Description
Choose tone type form China, US, Hong Kong
and so on.
Dial tone
Busy Tone
Off hook warning tone
Ring back tone
Call Waiting tone.
The Min value of IP622’s jitter delay, IP622’s
jitter is an adaptive jitter mechanism.
The Max value of IP622’s jitter delay, IP622’s
jitter is an adaptive jitter mechanism.
How long IP622 will ring
7.7.1.3 Call Forward
Webpage
Field Name
Features
Call
Forward
Feature
Code
All Forward
Busy Forward
No Answer Forward
All Forward
Busy Forward
No Answer Forward
No Answer Timeout
Cfwd All On Code
Cfwd All Off Code
Cfwd Busy On
Code
Cfwd Busy Off
Code
Cfws No Ans On
Code
Cfwd No Ans Off
Code
Description
If or not enable all forward.
If or not enable busy forward.
If or not enable no answer forward.
Fill in all forward number.
Fill in busy forward number.
Fill in no answer forward.
Specify no answer timeout.
Fill in cfwd all on code.
Fill in cfwd off on code.
Fill in cfwd busy on code.
Fill in cfwd busy off on code.
Fill in cfwd no answer on code.
Fill in cfwd no answer off code.
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DND On Code
DND Off Code
Fill in DND on code.
Fill in DND off code.
7.7.1.4 Miscellaneous
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Auto Answer
If or not enable auto answer. If enable, IP622
will auto answer all incoming call immediately.
Auto Answer by
CallINFO
Dial Time Out
Call Immediately
Key
Auto Hookon
Mode
ICMP Ping
Escaped char
enable
7.7.2
If or not enable auto answer by call info.
How long IP622 to sound dial out tone when
IP622 dialing number.
Choose call immediately key form * or #.
If or not enable auto hook on mode, if enable,
IP622 will hang up automatically when the other
side hangs up.
If or not enable ICMP Ping.
If enable this option, IP622 will ping the SIP
Server every interval time, otherwise, It will
send “hello” empty packet to the SIP Server.
If or not enable escaped char.
Multi-Functional Key
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key from the Exp Key 1…10.
Step 2.Choose one function type from speed dial, BLF, shortcut key, call pickup and call park.
Step 3.Set the other corresponding parameters.
Step 4.Press Save button to save changes, press Cancel button to cancel changes.
Below is an example:
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Adding speed dial:
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key to configuration
Step 2.Select the speed dial from the drop down list
Step 3.Choose the Line from auto (the first line registered), line1, line2
Step 4.Fill the phone number in Expansion
Step 5.Press
to save changes and you can see the status of
corresponding LED is solid green.
Step 6.Press
button to make changes effective.
If set properly, press the corresponding key to make call immediately,
and the status of LED is solid red.
Adding BLF:
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key to configuration
Step 2.Select the BLF from the drop down list
Step 3.Choose the Line from line1, line2.
Step 4.Fill the monitored phone number in Expansion
Step 5.Fill the pickup code in Pickup Code if user wants to pickup the
call when there is a new call coming in monitored phone.
Step 6.Press
Step 7.Press
to save changes.
button to make changes effective.
Adding shortcut key:
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key to configuration
Step 2.Select the shortcut key from the drop down list
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Step 3.Select the mode from the phonebook, call history, text message,
volume+, volume- and login/logout in the drop down list.
Step 4.Press
to save changes and you can see the status of
corresponding LED is solid green.
Step 5.Press
button to make changes effective.
If set properly, press the corresponding button to access to phonebook,
call history, text message, volume+, volume- and login/logout menu
directly.
Adding Call Pickup:
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key to configuration
Step 2.Select the call pickup from the drop down list
Step 3.Choose the Line from line1, line2.
Step 4.Fill the phone number in Expansion
Step 5.Press
to save changes and you can see the status of
corresponding LED is solid green.
Step 6.Press
button to make changes effective.
In idle, press the corresponding button to make call immediately.
Adding call park:
Step 1.Choose one Exp Key to configuration
Step 2.Select the Call Park from the drop down list in type
Step 3.Choose the Line from line1, line2.
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Step 4.Fill the pickup extension code in Expansion
Step 5.Press
to save changes and you can see the status of
corresponding LED is solid green.
Step 6.Press
7.7.3
button to make changes effective.
Dial Plan
7.7.3.1 Parameters and Settings
Webpage
Field Name
Dial Plan
Line
Description
If or not enable dial plan.
Choose the call mode from line1, line2.
Fill in the sequence used to match input number
Digit Map
Action
Move Up
Move Down
The syntactic, please refer to the following Dial
Plan Syntactic
Choose the dial plan mode from Deny and Dial
Out.
Deny means IP622 will reject the matched number,
while Dial Out means IP622 allow dial out the
matched number.
Press it to move up.
Press it to move down.
Picture 1
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Steps :
Adding one dial plan:
Step 1. Enable Dial Plan
Step 2. Click Add button, and the configuration table like
Picture 1 will appear
Step 3. Fill in the value of parameters.
Step 4.Press OK button to end configuration.
Step 5. Press Save Settings button to save changes.
Editing one dial plan:
Step 1. Enable Dial plan
Step 2. Choose one dial plan
Step 3. Click Edit button, and the configuration table like
Picture 2 will appear
Step 4. Change the value of parameters.
Step 5.Press OK button to end configuration.
Picture 2
Step 6. Press Save Settings button to save changes.
Deleting one dial plan:
Step 1. Enable Dial plan
Step 2. Choose one dial plan
Step 3. Click Delete button to delete the dial plan
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7.7.3.2 Dial Plan Syntactic
No.
String
1
0123456789
*#
Legal characters
2
X
Lowercase letter x stands for one legal character
[sequence]
To match one character form sequence.
For example:
•
[0-9]: match one digit form 0 to 9
•
[23-5*]: match one character from 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or *
4
x.
Match to , , , …...
For example:
“01.”: can match ”0”, “01”, “011”, ”0111”, …….., ”01111…”
5
<dialed:
substituted>
Replace dialed with substituted.
For example:
<8:1650>123456:input is “85551212”, output is“16505551212”
x,y
Make outside dial tone after dialing “x”, stop until dialing character “y”
For example:
“9,1xxxxxxxxxx”:IP622 make outside dial tone after inputting “9”, stop tone until inputting “1”
“9,8,010x”: make outside dial tone after inputting “9”, stop tone until inputting “0”
T
Set the delayed time.
For example:
“<9:111>T2”: IP622 will dial out the matched number “111” after 2 seconds.
3
6
7
Description
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7.7.3.3 Example
1. Example 1
Using line 1, if user dials #12#2, IP622 will call
010#12%232 immediately.
2. Example 2
Using line 2, if user dials 5,8101, IP622 will call
2413338101 immediately,
And IP622 will make outside dial tone after inputting
“5”, stop tone until inputting “8”.
3. Example 3
Using line 1, if user dials 422xxxx or 522xxxx, IP622
will call 22xxxx333 immediately.
4. Example 4
Using line 2, if user dials 2,622 or 2,6222 or 2,62222 or
or
562222 or
, IP622 will call 5622 or 56222 or
or
immediately.
And IP622 will make outside dial tone after inputting
“2” or “3”, stop tone until inputting “6”.
5. Example 5
Using line 1, if user dials
, IP622 will reject the
phone number out.
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7.7.4
Phone Book
7.7.4.1 Upload &&Download Phonebook or Blacklist
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Click
Phonebook
Upload&&Dow
nload
to save the phonebook to the
local PC.
Click
to select the phonebook and click
to upload it to the phone.
Click
Blacklist
Upload
&&Download
to save the blacklist to the
local PC.
Click
to select the blacklist and click
to upload it to the phone.
7.7.4.2 Phonebook
Webpage
Picture 1
Field Name
Description
Name
Input the name.
Number
Input the phone number.
Ring
Select the ring tone type.
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Steps :
Adding one phone book:
Step 1. Click Add button, and the configuration table like
Picture 1 will appear
Step 2. Fill in the value of parameters.
Step 3. Press OK button to end configuration.
Step 4. Press Save button to save changes.
Picture 2
Editing one phone book:
Step 1. Choose one phone book
Step 2. Click Edit button, and the configuration table like
Picture 3
Picture 3 will appear.
Step 3. Change the value of parameters.
Step 4. Press OK button to end configuration.
Step 5. Press Save button to save changes.
Deleting one phone book:
Step 1. Choose one phone book
Step 2. Click Delete button to delete the phone book
Picture 4
Move one phone book to Black list:
Step 1. Choose one phone book
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Step 2. Click Move to blacklist button to delete the
phone book
7.7.4.3 Black List
Webpage
Picture 1
Field Name
Description
Name
Input the name
Number
Input the phone number
Steps :
Adding one Black List:
Step 1. Click Add button, then the configuration table like Picture 1
will appear
Step 2. Fill in the value of parameters.
Step 3. Press OK button to end configuration.
Step 4. Press Save button to save changes.
Picture 2
Editing one Black List:
Step 1. Choose one black list
Step 2. Click Edit button, and the configuration table like Picture 2
will appear
Step 3. Change the value of parameters.
Step 4. Press OK button to end configuration.
Step 5. Press Save Settings button to save changes.
Deleting one Black List:
Step 1. Choose one black list
Step 2. Click Delete button to delete the black list
Moving one Black List to phonebook:
Step 1. Choose one black list
Step 2. Click
button to move the black list to the
phonebook
7.7.5
Call Log
To view the call log information such as redial list (incoming call), answered call and missed call.
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7.7.5.1 Redial List
7.7.5.2 Answered Calls
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7.7.5.3 Missed Call
7.8 Administration
Use can manage the IP622 in these six webpages; you can configure the Time/Date, password, web access, system log and so on.
7.8.1
Management
You can configuration the value of Time/Date, password, web access, and system log and so on.
7.8.1.1 File Upload&&Download
Webpage
Field Name
Config File
Upload&&
Download
Web Logo File
Upload
Description
Upload or Download the configuration file.
Upload the web log file.
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7.8.1.2 Administrator Settings
Webpage
Field Name
User Type
Description
Select Admin User or Normal User.
New User Name
Input the user name.
New Password
Input the password.
Confirm Password
Input the password again.
Language
User can select the language, options are English,Russian, Finnish,
Spanish,Czech, Hebrew and Romania.
Remote Web Login
Web Port
If or not enable remote web login.
Set the port which used to login WEB via Internet port and PC port,
default is 80.
Set web idle time out, measured by minute, The web page can be
logged out after Web Idle Timeout without any operation.
Web
Idle
Timeout(0-60m)
7.8.1.3 Time/Date
Webpage
Field Name
NTP Enable
Current Time
NTP Settings
Primary NTP
Server
Secondary NTP
Server
NTP
synchronization
(1-1440m)
Daylight Saving
Time
Offset
Start Month
Start Day of Week
Start Day of Week
Last in Month
Description
If or not enable NTP.
Display the current Time.
Select the time zone.
Enter the domain of primary NTP server.
Enter the domain of secondary NTP server.
The synchronization period.
If or not enable daylight saving time.
Offset time, “-60” means advancing 60minute, “60” means delaying
60miute.
Choose starting month
Choose starting day
Choose starting week
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Start Hour of Day
Stop Month
Stop Day of Week
Stop Day of Week
Last in Month
Stop Hour of Day
Choose starting hour
Choose stopping month
Choose stopping day
Choose stopping week
Choose stopping the function hour
Steps:
Daylight Saving Time:
Step 1. Enable Daylight Saving Time.
Step 2. Set value of offset, like Picture 2
Step 3: Set staring Month/Week/Day/Hour in Start Month/Start Day of
Week Last in Month/Start Day of Week/Start Hour of Day, analogously
set stopping Month/Week/Day/Hour in Stop Month/Stop Day of Week Last
in Month/Stop Day of Week/Stop Hour of Day.
Step 5.Press Saving button to save and press Reboot button to active changes.
7.8.1.4 System Log Setting
Webpage
Field Name
Description
SysLog Enable
If or not enable system log.
Choose log level from INFO and Debug.
Debug provides more system log information than INFO.
If or not enable remote system log,
Fill in remote system log server address.
Syslog Level
Remote Syslog Enable
Remote Syslog Server
7.8.1.5 Packet Trace
Webpage
Field Name
Description
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User can use this function to trace the packets sent by the phone. Press start to
begin packet trace, and refresh the webpage until it displays stop, press save to save
the packet to your local PC.
7.8.1.6 Factory Defaults
Webpage
Field Name
Description
Press Factory Default button to reset IP622 default.
7.8.2
Firmware Upgrade
Webpage
Description
Steps:
Step 1. Press
Step 2. Press
to browser the upgrade file.
to start upgrading, LCD will display the notice when
upgrading.
Step 3. Login web and then check the firmware whether well upgraded by viewing
the firmware version in Status/Basic webpage.
7.8.3
Provision
1)
Provisioning allow IP622 auto-upgrading or auto-configuring
2)
IP622 supports 3 ways to provision: TFTP, HTTP and HTTPS.

Before testing or using TFTP, user should have tftp server and upgrading file and configuring file.

Before testing or using HTTP, user should have http server and upgrading file and configuring file.
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
Before testing or using HTTPS, user should have https server and upgrading file and configuring file and CA Certificate file(should
same as https server’s) and Client Certificate file and Private key file
3)
User can uploading CA Certificate file and Client Certificate file and Private Key file in Equipment Manage/Cert Manage page.
4)
Details please refer to document Provision_User Manual_en_v1.1.doc
Webpage
Field Name
Provision
Enable
Resync
On
Reset
Resync
Random Delay
Resync
Periodic(sec)
Resync Error
Retry Delay
Forced Resync
Delay
Resync After
Upgrade
Option 66
Config
File
Name
Profile Rule
Upgrade Enable
Upgrade Error
Retry Delay
Upgrade Rule
7.8.4
Description
If or not enable provision.
If or not enable resync after IP622 restart.
Set the maximum delay for request the synchronization
file.
Set the periodic time for resync, default is 3600s
If the last resync was failure, IP622 will retry resync
after the “Resync Error Retry Delay” time, default is
3600s
If it’s time to resync, but IP622 is busying now, in this
case, IP622 will wait for a period time, the longest is
“Forced Resync Delay” , default is 14400s, when the
time over, IP622 will forced to resync
If or not enable firmware upgrade after resync.
If or not enable option 66, default is enable.
Fill in the name of configuration file which phone will
download from the Option 66 server.
URL of profile provision file
If or not enable firmware upgrade.
Set the time to retry upgrade, effective when the last
upgrade was failure
URL of upgrade file
SNMP
Webpage
Field Name
Description
SNMP Enable
Trap Server
If or not enable SNMP
Enter the trap server address.
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address
Read
Community
Name
7.8.5
String, as an express password between
management process and the agent process
Write
Community
Name
String, as an express password between
management process and the agent process
Trap
Community
The community field in trap.
Trap period
interval(sec)
The interval of sending trap.
TR069
Webpage
Field Name
Description
TR069 Enable
CWMP
ACS URL
If or not enable TR069
If or not enable TR069
The URL of TR069 server
The IP622’s user name for connecting to
TR069 server
The IP622’s password for connecting to
TR069 server
User Name
Password
Periodic Inform
Enable
Periodic Inform
Interval
User Name
Password
SSL Key
If or not enable periodic information
The interval to send information to TR069
server
The TR069 server’s user name for connecting
to IP622
The TR069 server’s password for connecting
to IP622
Fill in SSL key.
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8 Trouble Shooting
This section provides solutions to problems that can occur during the installation and operation of the IP phone. Read the following
descriptions if you are having problems.
8.1 No Operation after Power On
Solution:
Check if the power adapter is properly connected.
If applicable, check if the PoE (Power over Ethernet) switch behind the IP phone is set correctly.
8.2 Long Time Stop at “Initializing Network”
Solution:
Check if the Ethernet cable is properly connected.
Check if the DHCP server is working normally.
Check if the connection between the DHCP Server and IP622 is properly connected.
8.3 No Dial Tone
Solution:
Check if the handset cord is properly connected.
8.4 Can not Make a Call
Solution:
Check the status of your SIP registration status or contact your administrator, supplier, or ITSP for more information or assistance.
8.5 Can not Receive Any Phone Call
Solution:
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Check the status of your SIP registration status, or contact your administrator, supplier, or ITSP for more information or assistance.
8.6 No Voice during an Active Call
Solution:
Check if the servers support the current audio codec type, or contact your administrator, supplier, or ITSP for more information or assistance.
8.7 Can not connect to the configuration Website
Solution:
Check if the Ethernet cable is properly connected.
Check if the URL is right wrote, the format of URL is: http:// the Internet port IP address.
Check if your firewall/NAT settings are correct.
Check if the version of IE is IE8, or use other browser such as Firefox or Mozilla, or contact your administrator, supplier, or ITSP for more
information or assistance.
8.8 Forget the Password
Default password of website and menu is admin.
If user changed the password and then forgot, you can not access to the configuration website or the menu items which need password.
Solution:
Factory default: press Menu button and choose 16Factory Default, then a notice will appear, choose OK by using the corresponding softkey
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button. And this way is required password,too.
There is another way to make factory default, press #*06# on the phone's panel, and then select 4 Factory Reset, input YES(937) to confirm
your action, and then the phone will reset all the settings.
If you choose factory default, you will return the phone to the original factory settings and will erase ALL current settings, including the
directory and call logs.
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9 Contact ways
Sales: sales@flyingvoice.com
Support: support@flyingvoice.com
MSN:e3call@hotmail.com
Skype:flyingvoice_sales
Shenzhen
Add: Room7007, Tiansha Building, MajiaLong, Industrial area, NanShan district, Shenzhen, China
Tel: +86-755-26099365
Fax: +86-755-26099347
Beijing
Add: Room415, ChuangXin Building A#, NO.12 HongDa North Rd, BDA, Beijing, China
Tel: +86-10-67886296
Fax: +86-10-67883237
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