AudioCodes 310HD User`s manual

AudioCodes
HD VoIP
300HD Series of High Definition IP Phones
310HD IP Phone
User’s Manual
310HD IP Phone
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ................................................................................................................. 9 2 Hardware Setup ......................................................................................................... 11 2.1 Unpacking the Package Contents ...................................................................................11 2.2 Physical Description ........................................................................................................12 2.2.1 Front View .......................................................................................................................... 12 2.2.2 Rear View .......................................................................................................................... 14 2.3 Cabling the Phone ...........................................................................................................15 2.4 Mounting the Phone.........................................................................................................16 2.4.1 Placing the Phone on a Desk ............................................................................................16 2.4.1.1 Routing the Phones Cables................................................................................16 2.4.2 Wall-Mounting the Phone ..................................................................................................17 3 Getting Started with the Phone’s User Interface .................................................... 19 3.1 Areas of the LCD Screen .................................................................................................19 3.2 Accessing Menus .............................................................................................................19 3.3 Entering Numbers, Letters and Symbols .........................................................................20 3.4 Displayed Messages........................................................................................................22 4 Customizing Your Phone .......................................................................................... 23 4.1 Managing Your Personal Phone Directory ......................................................................23 4.1.1 Accessing the Directory Menu ...........................................................................................23 4.1.2 Adding Contacts.................................................................................................................24 4.1.3 Editing Contacts ................................................................................................................. 24 4.1.4 Deleting Contacts...............................................................................................................25 4.1.5 Viewing Contacts ............................................................................................................... 26 4.1.6 Searching Contacts............................................................................................................26 4.2 Configuring Speed Dialing ...............................................................................................27 4.2.1 Assigning Speed Dials .......................................................................................................27 4.2.2 Editing Speed Dials............................................................................................................28 4.2.3 Deleting Speed Dials .........................................................................................................29 4.3 Selecting a Ring Tone .....................................................................................................30 4.4 Enabling Call Waiting.......................................................................................................31 4.5 Defining Call Forwarding .................................................................................................32 4.6 Activating Do Not Disturb.................................................................................................34 4.7 Defining Date and Time ...................................................................................................34 5 Basic Phone Operations ........................................................................................... 37 5.1 Using the Phone’s Audio Devices....................................................................................37 5.2 Making Calls ....................................................................................................................37 5.2.1 Dialing with the Keypad .....................................................................................................38 5.2.2 Redialing Numbers ............................................................................................................38 5.2.3 Dialing Logged (History) Calls ...........................................................................................39 5.3 Answering Calls ...............................................................................................................40 5.4 Ending Established Calls .................................................................................................40 5.5 Viewing Call History .........................................................................................................41 6 Advanced Phone Operations.................................................................................... 43 6.1 Calling Phone Directory Contacts 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6.4 Making Simultaneous Calls .............................................................................................45 6.5 Hosting Three‐Way Conference Calls .............................................................................46 6.6 Transferring Calls ............................................................................................................46 6.7 Muting Calls .....................................................................................................................48 6.8 Retrieving Voice Mail Messages......................................................................................49 User's Manual
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List of Figures
Figure 2-1: Front View of IP Phone .................................................................................................................. 12 Figure 2-2: Rear View of IP Phone ................................................................................................................... 14 Figure 2-3: Cabling the IP Phone ..................................................................................................................... 15 Figure 2-4: Wall-Mounting Dimensions ............................................................................................................ 17 Figure 2-5: Wall-Mounting the Phone ............................................................................................................... 17 Figure 3-1: Display Screen ............................................................................................................................... 19 Figure 3-2: Accessing Menus on Display Screen ............................................................................................. 19 Figure 3-3: Entering Letters .............................................................................................................................. 20 Figure 3-4: Entering Symbols ........................................................................................................................... 21 Version 1.4
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List of Tables
Table 2-1: IP Phone’s Font View Descriptions ................................................................................................. 13 Table 2-2: IP Phone’s Rear View Descriptions ................................................................................................ 14 Table 3-1: In-Progress Operational Messages Displayed on LCD Screen ......................................................22 User's Manual
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Notices
Notice
This manual provides a description for operating the 310HD IP Phone.
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate and reliable at the time of printing.
However, due to ongoing product improvements and revisions, AudioCodes cannot guarantee
accuracy of printed material after the Date Published nor can it accept responsibility for errors or
omissions. Updates to this document and other documents can be viewed by registered customers at
http://www.audiocodes.com/downloads.
© Copyright 2010 AudioCodes Ltd. All rights reserved.
This document is subject to change without notice.
Date Published: July-26-2010
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AudioCodes Limited. All other products or trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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Pursuant to the WEEE EU Directive, electronic and electrical waste must not be disposed of with
unsorted waste. Please contact your local recycling authority for disposal of this product.
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Abbreviations and Terminology
Each abbreviation, unless widely used, is spelled out in full when first used, and only Industry
standard terms are used throughout this manual. The symbol 0x indicates hexadecimal notation.
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310HD IP Phone Administrator’s Manual
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1. Introduction
Introduction
AudioCodes 310HD IP Phone is based on AudioCodes proprietary High Definition (HD) voice
technology, providing clarity and a rich audio experience for its Voice-over-IP (VoIP) calls.
The 310HD IP Phone is a fully-featured telephone that provides voice communication over an IP
network, allowing you to place and receive phone calls, put calls on hold, transfer calls, make
conference calls, and so on.
The 310HD IP Phone provides an easy-to-use, menu-driven LCD screen for setting up and
operating the phone.
Read this manual carefully to learn how to operate this product and take advantage of its
features.
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Hardware Setup
2.1
Unpacking the Package Contents
When unpacking the IP phone, ensure that all the following items are present and undamaged:
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Handset
Ethernet Cable
AC Power Adapter
Wall-Mounting Screws (Two)
Wall-Mounting Bracket
If anything appears to be missing or broken, contact your AudioCodes sales representative for
assistance.
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2.2
Physical Description
You can use the graphics below to identify buttons and hardware on your phone. Use this section
to familiarize yourself with the phones buttons functions.
2.2.1
Front View
The front view of the phone is shown below and described in Table 2-1.
Figure 2-1: Front View of IP Phone
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Table 2-1: IP Phone’s Font View Descriptions
Item #
Label/Name
Description
1
Display Screen
Displays calls and status information.
2
MENU
Press to access the menu options or cancel your selection and return to
the previous menu level.
3
Message Indicator
An illuminated red light indicates that there is an incoming call (flashing)
or message (steady on).
4
4-way Navigation
Keys
Press to scroll through lists and menus on the display screen.
5
ENTER Key
Press to enter a menu or confirm a selection.
6
Speed dial Memory
Keys (M1 to M10)
Press a memory key to speed-dial the preset contact number.
7
MUTE
Mutes the handset, headset, and speakerphone. The screen displays
"Mute” when a call is muted.
8
HEADSET Key
Activates a call using an external headset.
9
SPEAKER Key
Activates the speakerphone, allowing hands-free conversations.
10
VOLUME keys
Increases or decreases the volume for the handset, headset,
speakerphone, and ring tone.
11
Function Keys
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DIRECTORY
Opens the phone’s contact directory.
REDIAL
Access the dialed calls menu.
DND
Blocks all incoming calls.
FORWARD
Activates call forwarding
HOLD
Places the current call on hold.
TRANSFER
Transfers a call.
CONFERENCE
Initiates a conference call.
VOICE MAIL
Plays voice mail messages
Alphanumeric
Keypad
Keys for entering phone numbers and text.
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Rear View
The rear view of the phone is shown in the figure below and described in Table 2-2.
Figure 2-2: Rear View of IP Phone
Table 2-2: IP Phone’s Rear View Descriptions
Item #
Label/Name
1
LAN
RJ-45 port for connecting to the Ethernet LAN cable for LAN (uplink 10/100 Mbps) connection. If you are using Power over Ethernet (PoE),
the power to the phone is supplied from the Ethernet cable (draws
power from either a spare line or signal line).
2
PC
RJ-45 port for connecting the phone to a PC (10/100 Mbps downlink).
3
Power Jack
4
Headset Jack
5
Handset Jack (RJ-9)
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12V DC power port that connects to the AC power adapter.
RJ-9 port that connects to an external headset.
Connects to the handset.
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Cabling the Phone
The procedure below describes how to cable your phone.
¾ To cable the phone:
1.
Connect the RJ-9 handset jack to the handset.
2.
(Optional) Connect the RJ-9 headset jack to a headset.
3.
Connect the LAN port to the IP network, using a CAT 5 Ethernet cable.
4.
Connect the PC port to your computer, using a CAT 5, straight-through Ethernet cable.
5.
Connect the connector tip of the AC power adapter to the phone’s power socket (labeled DC
12V). Connect the two-prong AC adapter directly to the electrical wall outlet. The phone’s
LEDs light red to indicate that the phone is connected to power.
Note: If the LAN to which the phone is connected supports Power over Ethernet (PoE),
no AC adapter is needed; the phone draws power from the Ethernet network.
Figure 2-3: Cabling the IP Phone
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2.4
Mounting the Phone
The phone can be mounted in one of the following ways:
2.4.1
„
Desktop mounting (refer to Section 2.4.1 below)
„
Wall mounting (refer to Section 2.4.2 on page 17)
Placing the Phone on a Desk
This section describes the procedures for placing the phone on a desk or flat surface and routing
the phone’s cables.
¾ To place the phone on a desk
2.4.1.1
1.
Position the phone bracket so that the brackets attachment tabs are aligned with the lower
set of attachment slots on the underside of the phone.
2.
Insert the tabs into the attachment slots and slide the bracket up to secure the bracket.
3.
Place the phone on the desk. When the phone bracket is correctly positioned the Display
screen face towards you.
4.
If the Display screen faces away from you, the phone bracket is positioned for mounting the
phone on a wall. Detach the bracket from the phone and reattach the bracket using the
alternate attachment slots.
Routing the Phones Cables
The phone provides grooves for routing the LAN, PC, and AC power cables to ensure
uninterrupted connections.
¾ To route the phone’s LAN and PC cables:
1.
Plug the PC cable in the PC port.
2.
Insert the PC cable in the allotted slot on the bracket.
3.
Plug the LAN cable in the LAN port.
4.
Insert the LAN cord in the allotted slot on the bracket.
¾ To route the phone’s power adapter cord:
1.
Plug the adapter into the power jack.
2.
Insert the power cord in the allotted slots of the bracket.
3.
Plug the AC power adapter into the power outlet.
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Wall-Mounting the Phone
You can mount the phone on a wall or wall plate. You need two screws (not supplied) to fit the
keyhole slots.
¾ To wall mount the phone:
1.
On the wall or a wall plate, drill two holes with a distance of 3 15/16 inches (100 mm) apart.
2.
Thread a screw into each hole with each head extending about 3/16 inch (5 mm) from the
wall or wall plate.
Figure 2-4: Wall-Mounting Dimensions
3.
Connect the AC power adapter, LAN and PC cords and route them to go under the bracket.
4.
Position the phone bracket so that the attachment tabs are aligned with the upper set of
attachment slots on the underside of the phone.
5.
Insert the tabs into the attachment slots and slide the bracket up to secure the bracket.
6.
Place the phone on the wall. When the phone bracket is correctly positioned the Display
screen face towards you.
7.
If the Display screen faces toward the floor, the phone bracket is positioned for placing the
phone on a desk. Detach the bracket from the phone and reattach the bracket using the
alternate attachment slots.
8.
Align the phone’s keyhole slots with the screws and slide the phone downward to secure it.
Figure 2-5: Wall-Mounting the Phone
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Getting Started with the Phone’s User
Interface
The 310HD IP Phone provides an LCD-based user interface screen, providing an intuitive, menudriven user interface for configuration and viewing various call information. This section provides
an overview on using the phone’s screen.
3.1
Areas of the LCD Screen
The main areas of the phone’s LCD screen in idle display (i.e., no current calls and menu not
accessed) are shown in the figure below:
Figure 3-1: Display Screen
3.2
Accessing Menus
The phone’s menus are used for configuring the phone (e.g., adding contacts to the phone
directory) and for viewing various information (e.g., missed calls). The phone’s main menu is
accessed using the MENU key. Drilling down to submenus is done by using the Navigation keys
to select the required menu, and then pressing the ENTER key.
Figure 3-2: Accessing Menus on Display Screen
Hierarchical Structure of Menu List
MENU Key and Navigation Keys
Note: The Administration menu is intended for system administrators only and is
password protected. For detailed information regarding this menu, refer to the
Administrator’s Manual.
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¾ To access menus:
3.3
1.
Press the MENU key.
2.
Scroll through the main menu list to the required menu, using the
keys.
3.
To select a menu, perform one of the following:
•
Press the ENTER key.
•
Press the right
and
Navigation
Navigation key.
4.
To navigate to subsequent menu levels (if exist), repeat steps 2 through 3.
5.
To cancel your selection and move up to the previous menu level, press the left
Navigation key.
Entering Numbers, Letters and Symbols
The phone’s alphanumeric keypad allows you to enter numbers, letters, and symbols. This is
required when configuring various elements (for example, IP addresses, contact names, etc.).
Some keys allow you to enter numbers and symbols while other keys allow you to enter numbers
and letters. When dialing numbers directly from the keypad, only numbers (as printed on the
keys) are activated.
Some parameters determine which character set is used when a key is pressed. For example,
pressing a key when entering a Contact Name into the Directory prioritizes letters over numbers.
Whereas pressing a key when entering a Contact Number in the Directory prioritizes numbers of
letters.
¾ To enter alphabetical characters and numbers:
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Press the required alphanumeric key. For letters, successive presses on the key displays the
next letter pertaining to the key. To enter upper case letters, keep pressing the key until the
letter appears in upper case.
Figure 3-3: Entering Letters
¾ To enter symbols and numerals:
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symbol:
•
@ (at symbol)
•
:
(colon)
•
*
(asterisk)
•
#
(pound)
•
-
(hyphen)
•
& (ampersand)
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•
.
(period)
•
_
(underscore)
•
+ (plus)
Figure 3-4: Entering Symbols
¾ To add a space:
„
Press the 0 key.
¾ To delete an entered character:
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3.4
Displayed Messages
The phone’s LCD screen displays messages to indicate certain process currently in progress.
These messages include the following:
Table 3-1: In-Progress Operational Messages Displayed on LCD Screen
Message
Description
“Downloading Firmware File”
Downloading a firmware file
“Upgrading Firmware”
Upgrading the phone’s firmware
“Updating Configuration”
Loading a configuration file
“Initializing…”
Initialization
“Registration in Progress”
SIP Registration in Progress
“Registration Failure”
SIP Registration failure
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Customizing Your Phone
This chapter provides step-by-step procedures on customizing your phone.
4.1
Managing Your Personal Phone Directory
The phone directory feature enables you to add contacts to your phone’s local directory, and then
edit and delete them if required. Once you have added a contact, you can easily call the contact
directly from the directory (refer to Section 6.1 on page 43). If the contact is assigned a speed dial
key, you can also call the contact by pressing its speed dial key (refer to Section 6.2 on page 44).
If you receive an incoming call from someone who is listed in the directory, the phone’s screen
displays the name of the caller.
Notes:
4.1.1
•
The maximum number of contacts that you can add to the directory is 1,000.
•
Your phone’s directory may also include contacts from your corporate
directory (set up by your system administrator). These cannot be edited or
deleted. For a detailed description, refer to the Administrator’s Manual.
Accessing the Directory Menu
The following procedure describes how to access the phone directory. This is required for the
various management operations required for the phone directory described in subsequent
sections.
¾ To access the phone directory, perform one of the following:
„
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Directory submenu.
„
Press the DIRECTORY key.
The Directory screen is displayed below:
This screen contains the following options:
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View – to view contacts (refer to Section 4.1.5 on page 26)
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Search to search contacts (refer to Section 4.1.6 on page 26)
•
New – to add a contact (refer to Section 4.1.2 on page 24)
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4.1.2
Adding Contacts
The procedure below describes how to add a new contact to the phone directory
¾ To add a contact to the phone directory:
1.
Access the Directory screen.
2.
Select the New option (using the
key.
3.
Define the contact’s name:
4.
5.
4.1.3
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
a.
Select the Name field, and then press the ENTER key.
b.
Enter the name of the new contact, using the phone’s keypad (as described in Section
3.3 on page 20).
c.
Press the ENTER key.
Define the contact’s phone number. You can assign a phone number for Office, Home,
Mobile, User Define 1, or User Define 2.
a.
Select the required number field (using the
and
Navigation keys), and then enter
the number of the new contact, using the phone’s keypad.
b.
Press the ENTER key.
Select the Save option (using the
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
key; the “Saving Contact” message is displayed, indicating that the new contact is saved in
the directory.
Editing Contacts
You can edit contacts in the phone directory, as described in the procedure below.
¾ To edit a contact:
1.
Access the Directory screen.
2.
Search for the directory contact that you want to edit and then press the ENTER key (refer to
Section 4.1.5).
3.
Select the Edit option (using the
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key; the phone category list is displayed.
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and
Navigation keys), and then press
4.
Select the required phone category (using the
the ENTER key; the phone number is displayed.
5.
Modify the number as required (using the
ENTER key.
6.
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
Select the Save option (using the
key; the “Saving Contact” message is displayed, indicating that the modified contact is
saved.
and
Navigation keys), and then press the
Deleting Contacts
You can remove contacts from the phone directory, as described in the procedure below.
¾ To delete a contact:
1.
Access the Directory screen.
2.
Search for the directory contact that you want to delete (refer to Section 4.1.5), and then
press the ENTER key.
3.
and
Select the Delete option (using the
key; the phone requests confirmation.
4.
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
Select the Yes option (using the
key; the “contact is removed from the directory.
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Viewing Contacts
You can view a list of contacts defined in your phone directory.
¾ To view contacts:
1.
Access the Directory screen.
2.
Select the View option, and then press the ENTER key; the list of directory contacts appear:
3.
Scroll through the list using the
and
Navigation keys.
If you select a contact (by pressing the ENTER key), the following options are displayed:
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Dial – to dial the contact (refer to Section 6.1 on page 43)
„
Detail – displays the contact’s details such as phone numbers
„
Edit – to modify the contact’s details (refer to Section 4.1.3)
„
Delete – to remove the contact from the directory (refer to Section 4.1.4)
Searching Contacts
Once your phone directory is defined with contacts, you can use the phone’s search feature to
quickly and easily locate the required contact.
¾ To search the directory:
1.
Access the Directory screen.
2.
Select the Search option, and then press the ENTER key; the Search Contact screen
appears:
3.
Enter the first letter or first letters of the contact’s name, and then press the ENTER key; if
located, the contact name is displayed:
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Press the ENTER key to display a list of options:
•
Dial – to dial the contact (refer to Section 6.1 on page 43)
•
Detail – displays the contact’s details such as phone numbers
•
Edit – to modify the contact’s details (refer to Section 4.1.3)
•
Delete – to remove the contact from the directory (refer to Section 4.1.4)
Configuring Speed Dialing
Speed dialing allows you to quickly place a call by simply pressing a speed dial key that has been
assigned with a phone number. You can assign up to 10 speed dial numbers. You can either
assign a contact in your directory to a speed dial key or manually assign a phone number to a
speed dial key). For placing calls using speed dial keys, refer to Section 6.2 on page 44.
4.2.1
Assigning Speed Dials
Your phone’s speed dial keys are labeled M1 to M10. To assign these keys a phone number,
follow the procedure below.
¾ To assign a phone number to a speed dial key:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Speed Dial submenu.
The speed dial entries are displayed. Undefined speed dial key are displayed with “N/A”, as
shown below:
2.
and
Navigation keys) to which you want to
Select a Speed Dial memory key (using the
assign the speed dial number, and then press the ENTER key. Indices “1” to “10” correspond
to the phone’s speed dial keys M1 to M10, respectively. The following screen appears for
entering the phone number:
Note: Instead of performing steps 1 to 2, you can configure a speed dial key by
pressing one of the phone’s speed dial keys, and then continuing with Step 3.
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4.2.2
Enter the phone number that you want to assign the speed dial key, and then press the
ENTER key to save your settings; the newly defined speed dial key with its phone number is
displayed:
Editing Speed Dials
The procedure below describes how to modify the phone number assigned to an existing speed
dial.
¾ To edit a speed dial:
1.
Access the Speed Dial submenu to view the list of speed dials.
2.
and
Navigation keys) that you want to edit, and then
Select a speed dial (using the
press the ENTER key; the following screen appears:
Note: If you decide that you don’t want to edit the speed dial, press the
Navigation key to return to the previous screen.
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Deleting Speed Dials
The procedure below describes how to delete an existing speed dial.
¾ To delete a speed dial:
1.
Access the Speed Dial submenu to view the list of speed dials.
2.
and
Navigation keys) that you want to delete, and then
Select a speed dial (using the
press the ENTER key; the following screen appears:
Note: If you decide that you don’t want to delete the speed dial, press the
Navigation key to return to the previous screen.
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Selecting a Ring Tone
You can select a ring tone for your phone for indicating incoming calls.
¾ To select a ring tone:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Ring Tone submenu.
A list of ring tones are displayed:
2.
and
Choose the desired ring tone (using the
the list, a sample of the ring tone is played.
3.
Select the ring tone by pressing the ENTER key; an asterisk is displayed to the left of the
ring tone name.
4.
Press the ENTER key; a confirmation message is displayed.
5.
and
Navigation keys) to save your settings (or No to
Select the Yes option (using the
discard your settings), and then press the ENTER key; the “Ring Tone Saved” message is
displayed and your phone now uses this ring tone.
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Enabling Call Waiting
Call waiting allows you to receive another call while you are in a call with another party. If call
waiting is enabled and you receive a second call while you are currently in a call with another
party, the phones Display RED LED flashes. You can take the second call by placing the first
one on hold (as described in Section 6.3 on page 44). If call waiting is disabled and another party
attempts to call you, your phone rejects the second call and the calling party receives a busy
tone.
¾ To enable or disable call waiting:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Call Waiting submenu.
The following screen is displayed:
2.
Select one of the following options (using the
•
and
Navigation keys):
Disable: disables call waiting
•
Enable: enables call waiting
An asterisk appears alongside the selected option.
3.
Press the ENTER key to assign the selection; a confirmation message is displayed:
4.
and
Navigation keys) to save your settings (or No to
Select the Yes option (using the
discard your settings), and then press the ENTER key.
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Defining Call Forwarding
The Call Forward feature allows you to automatically redirect an incoming call to another phone
number, upon a user-defined condition (e.g., when your line is busy). The configuration of the call
forward feature is performed in two stages. The first stage is the actual call forward setup; the
second stage is the activation.
¾ To configure call forwarding:
1.
Press the FORWARD key; the following appears:
2.
Enable call forwarding:
a.
Select the Switch option (using the
ENTER key; the following appears:
b.
Select one of the following options (using the
♦
and
Navigation keys), and then press the
and
Navigation keys):
Disable: disables call forwarding
Enable: enables call forwarding
An asterisk appears alongside the selected option.
♦
c.
3.
Define the condition upon which you want calls to be forwarded:
a.
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(see Step 1).
Select the Type option (using the
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c.
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5.
Select the condition (using the
key:
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
♦
Busy: calls are forwarded if your phone is busy
♦
No-Reply: calls are forwarded if you do not answer within a user-defined time (see
Step 7)
♦
Unconditional: calls are always forwarded regardless of condition
If you selected the No-Reply option, perform the following (otherwise, skip to
Step 4):
a.
Select the timeout (in seconds) after which the call is forwarded; an asterisk
appears alongside the selected option:
b.
Press the ENTER key; you are returned to the previous menu.
Define the destination to where you want to forward the calls:
a.
Select the Destination option, and then press the ENTER key; the following appears:
b.
Enter the phone number to where you want incoming calls forwarded, and then press
the ENTER key: you are returned to the previous menu.
To activate call forwarding, select the Start option, and then press the ENTER key; the
following appears, indicating the phone number to where calls are forwarded:
¾ To stop call forwarding:
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Activating Do Not Disturb
The Do Not Disturb feature allows you to prevent the phone from ringing and receiving incoming
calls. When Do Not Disturb is activated and someone calls your phone, the caller hears a busy
tone.
¾ To activate Do Not Disturb:
„
Press the DND key; the “Do Not Disturb” message is displayed on the screen:
¾ To deactivate Do Not Disturb:
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4.7
Press the DND key; the “Do Not Disturb” message no longer appears on the screen.
Defining Date and Time
You can set the date and time. By default, the phone retrieves the date and time from a Network
Time Protocol (NTP) server over the Internet. Therefore, before setting the date and time, check
with your system administrator.
¾ To manually define the date and time:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Date and Time submenu.
The following appears:
and
Navigation keys).
2.
Select the Date option (using the
3.
and
Navigation keys to move
Edit the date in the format YYYYMMDD. Use the
and
Navigation keys to change their values.
between year, month and day. Use the
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Press the ENTER key to save the date settings; you are returned to the previous menu.
5.
Select the Time option (using the
key.
6.
and
Navigation keys to move between
Edit the time in the format hh:mm. Use the
and
Navigation keys to change their values.
digits. Use the
7.
Press the ENTER key to save the time settings.
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Basic Phone Operations
This chapter describes the phone’s basic calling operations.
5.1
Using the Phone’s Audio Devices
You can use one of the following audio devices on the phone for speaking and listening:
„
Handset: Simply lift the handset off the cradle to answer or make a call.
„
Hands-free modes:
•
•
Speakerphone: The speaker can be activated during a call and when making a call, by
one of the following:
♦
SPEAKER key: Press the SPEAKER key. To terminate the call, press the
SPEAKER key again.
♦
Keypad: When the phone’s handset is on-hook and you want to dial a number,
press the required digits. This activates the speakerphone.
Headset: While talking on the phone, you can relay audio to a connected headset.
Press the HEADSET key to enable the headset function. To terminate the call, press
the HEADSET key again.
During a call, you can easily change the currently used audio device:
5.2
„
Changing from speakerphone or headset to handset: Simply pick up the handset. The
speakerphone/headset is automatically disabled.
„
Changing from handset to speakerphone or headset: While the handset is off-hook,
press the SPEAKER/HEADSET key, and then return the handset to the cradle. The
speakerphone/headset is activate.
Making Calls
The phone offers a variety of ways that you can make a call. When you dial a number and the
phone calls the party, the screen displays “Calling” and the called party’s phone number (or
contact name if listed in the phone directory), as shown below:
When the called party answers, the “Connected” message is displayed, as shown below:
Note: For advanced dialing, you can use the phone directory (refer to Section 6.1 on
page 43) or speed dial keys (refer to Section 6.2 on page 44).
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„
5.2.1
Press the SPEAKER key.
Dialing with the Keypad
You can make calls by dialing the number directly from the phone’s keypad.
¾ To make a call using the keypad:
5.2.2
1.
Enter the telephone number using the alphanumerical keypad.
2.
Once you have completed entering the number, you can then dial the number by performing
one of the following:
•
Pressing the # (pound) key.
•
Waiting a few seconds (without pressing anything) - the phone dials the number
automatically.
Redialing Numbers
You can redial a number that was previously dialled.
¾ To redial a number:
1.
Press the REDIAL key; the screen displays a list of recently dialled calls:
2.
Select the number that you want to dial (using the
press the ENTER key; the following screen appears:
3.
Select the Dial option (using the
key to make the call.
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Dialing Logged (History) Calls
The phone logs all calls (missed, received and dialled). You can easily dial a logged call, as
described in the procedure below.
¾ To dial a logged call:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, and then select the Call History menu.
2.
and
Select the Missed Calls, Received Calls, or Dialed Numbers option (using the
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER key; a list of numbers or contacts are
displayed:
3.
Select a logged call entry (using the
key; the following screen appears:
4.
Select the Dial option (using the
key to dial the number.
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Answering Calls
The phone indicates an incoming call by the following:
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Screen displays the caller’s ID and the “Calling” notification
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Phone rings (ringing tone)
„
System Status LED flashes red
You can answer a call, by performing one of the following:
„
Handset: Picking up the handset
„
Headset: Pressing the HEADSET key
„
Speaker: Pressing the SPEAKER key
When you answer the call, the “Connected” message is displayed:
5.4
Ending Established Calls
Depending on the audio device used during the call, you can end an established call by
performing one of the following:
„
Handset: Return handset to cradle.
„
Headset: Press the HEADSET key.
„
Speaker: Press the SPEAKER key.
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Viewing Call History
Your phone stores logged missed, received, and dialed calls.
In idle display, the phone indicates missed calls by displaying the “Missed Call” notification with
the number of missed calls, as shown below:
¾ To easily view missed calls from the idle display:
„
If the “Missed Call” notification is displayed, press the ENTER key. For a description of
handling missed calls, see the procedure below for viewing all types of logged calls.
Note: After you view the details of missed calls, the “Missed Call” notification no longer
appears on the screen and appears again only at another missed call event.
¾ To view logged calls:
1.
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, and then select the Call History menu.
2.
Select the required menu option (using the
3.
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Navigation keys):
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Missed Calls: displays a lists of calls that were not answered
•
Received Calls: displays a list of the most recently answered numbers
•
Dialed Numbers: displays a list of the most recently dialed numbers
Press the ENTER key; a list of numbers or contacts are displayed:
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Select a logged entry (using the
key; the following screen appears:
and
Navigation keys), and then press the ENTER
5.
Select one of the following options (using the
the ENTER key:
and
Navigation keys), and then press
•
Dial: dials the number of the selected call entry.
•
Detail: displays details of the call entry (phone number, caller ID, and date and time of
call)
•
Save: saves the related information about the call entry in the personal directory (refer
to Section 4.1 on page 23)
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The call history lists are stored from the newest to oldest entries. The
maximum number of entries for each call history type is 200. Once this
maximum is attained, the oldest entry is deleted and replaced with the new
entry.
•
The call history lists are saved on a daily base. In case of a power outage
some of the received information may be lost.
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Advanced Phone Operations
This chapter describes advanced calling features offered by your phone.
6.1
Calling Phone Directory Contacts
You can make calls to contacts that are listed in the phone’s directory.
¾ To dial a phone directory contact:
1.
Access the phone directory, by performing one of the following:
•
From the idle screen, press the MENU key, select the Phone Settings menu, and then
select the Directory submenu.
•
Press the DIRECTORY key.
The following screen appears:
2.
Search for the contact that you want to call (refer to Section 4.1.5); the contact is displayed:
3.
and
Navigation keys), and
Press the ENTER key, select the Dial option (using the
then press the ENTER key again; the contact’s phone numbers are listed according to
category (i.e., Office, Home, Mobile, User Define 1, or User Define 2).
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Select the required number, and then press the ENTER key; the phone automatically dials
the contact’s number and attempts to place the call, as shown below:
Placing Calls with Speed Dialing
You can use the Speed Dial keys (located on the right side of the phone) to quickly dial a
configured speed dial number. For configuring speed dials, refer to Section 4.2 on page 27.
¾ To make a call using speed dialing:
„
Press the required Speed Dial Memory key (M1-M10); the phone automatically dials the
speed dial contact’s number:
Note: If you press a speed dial key that has not been assigned a phone number, the
phone displays a screen allowing you to assign a number to the specific speed
dial key.
6.3
Placing a Call On Hold
You can place a call on hold. This is typically used to answer a second incoming call or to make
another call.
¾ To place a call on hold:
1.
During an established call, press the HOLD key; the call is put on hold and a dial tone is
heard.
2.
To resume conversation, press the HOLD key again.
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Making Simultaneous Calls
Your phone allows you to make up to two calls on the same line. This is achieved by placing the
first call on hold before making the second call.
¾ To make multiple calls:
1.
Make the first call. Below shows an example of a call connected to contact “Sue Lee”:
2.
Press the Hold key; the call is put on hold and the phone prompts you to enter the phone
number of the second call:
3.
Enter the number of the second call and then press the # key to dial; the phone calls the
second number:
When the second party answers, the following is displayed:
4.
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Hosting Three‐Way Conference Calls
You can make a three-way conference call between your phone and two other called parties.
¾ To make a three‐way conference call:
1.
Make a call to the first participant of the conference call.
2.
Put the first call on hold (by pressing the HOLD key).
3.
Make a call to the second call participant.
4.
When the second call party answers, press the CONFERENCE key; a conference call with
all parties is established.
To end the three‐way conference call, hang up the phone.
6.6
Transferring Calls
You can transfer a call to another party using one of the following methods:
„
Attended transfer: The call parties are connected to each other only after you have 1)
established a call between yourself and the party to where you want to transfer the call and
then 2) activated the call transfer.
„
Semi-attended transfer: The call is automatically transferred after you dial the number of
the party to whom you want to transfer the call. In other words, the call is transferred before
you establish a call with the called party.
¾ To transfer a call:
1.
While a call is in progress, press the TRANSFER or HOLD key; the phone prompts you for a
phone number:
2.
Dial the number to where you want to transfer the call; the phone calls the number:
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Transfer the call:
•
Semi-Attended Transfer: While the called party is ringing (i.e., before call is
answered), press the TRANSFER key.
•
Attended Transfer: Wait until the call is answered (if necessary, speak to the called
party), and then press the TRANSFER key.
The “Transferring” message is displayed, indicating that the phone is currently transferring
the call:
Once the call is transferred, the phone returns to idle state.
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Muting Calls
The phone allows you to mute the phone’s microphone (of the handset, headset, and
speakerphone) during a call so that the other party cannot hear you. While a call is muted, you
can still hear the other party but the other party cannot hear you. Muting calls can also be used
during conference calls.
¾ To mute/unmute a call:
1.
During a call, press the MUTE key; the call is muted and the “Mute” message is displayed:
2.
To resume the conversation, press the MUTE key again; the call is unmuted and the other
party can now hear you:
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Retrieving Voice Mail Messages
When you have at least one new message in your voice mail box, the System Red LED is lit. This
is typically referred to as message waiting indication (MWI).
¾ To listen to voice mail messages:
„
Press the VOICE MAIL key; the phone dials your voice mail box. Follow the instructions of
your voice mail provider as required.
Note: If the voice mail box phone number has not been configured by your system
administrator, then after pressing the VOICE MAIL key, enter the mail box phone
number and then press the ENTER key. The phone attempts to register to the
voice mail server. Press the VOICE MAIL key again to listen to voice messages.
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