BCM | WLAN600 | User`s guide | BCM WLAN600 User`s guide

Declaration of Conformity according to FCC Part 15
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
WLAN600
Wireless IP Phone
Administrator’s Guide
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user‘s authority
to operate the equipment.
The antenna(s) used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter
This EUT is in compliance with SAR for general population /uncontrolled exposure limits in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1999 and
had been tested in accordance with the measurement methods and procedures specified in OET Bulletin 65 Supplement
C.
This device and its antenna(s) must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
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BCM Communication Co., Ltd. reserves the right to make changes, without notice, to any
product, including circuits and/or software described or contained in this manual in order to
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work right infringement, unless otherwise specified. Applications that are described in this
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representation or warranty that such application will be suitable for the specified use without
further testing or modification.
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3.5.2.
Received Call .............................................................. 30
3.5.3.
Dialed Call ................................................................... 31
3.5.4. Erasing Call ....................................................................... 32
Contents
1.
2.
3.
Introduction ...................................................................... 5
Getting Started ................................................................. 6
2.1.
Package Contents..................................................................... 6
2.2.
Installing and Removing the Battery ........................................ 6
2.3.
Charging the WLAN600............................................................. 7
2.4.
Keypad ...................................................................................... 9
2.5.
Turn On/Off the Power ............................................................ 10
2.6.
Load Default IP Address ......................................................... 10
2.7.
Enter Administrative Mode ..................................................... 10
2.8.
Locking & Unlocking the Keypad ........................................... 11
2.9.
Adjusting the Speaker Volume ............................................... 12
2.10.
Selecting the Character Mode................................................ 12
3.6.
4.
Configuring Network Environment ..................................13
3.1.
Network Configuration ........................................................... 13
3.1.1.
3.1.2.
3.1.3.
3.2.
3.3.
3.2.1.
Wireless LAN Settings ................................................ 16
3.2.1.1.
Wireless LAN ...................................................................................................................................16
3.6.4.
3.6.5.
3.6.6.
3.6.7.
3.6.8.
Setting the Time ......................................................... 35
Setting the Date .......................................................... 35
Setting the Banner ...................................................... 36
Setting the Key Lock .................................................. 36
Don’t Disturb ............................................................... 37
Login Password....................................................................... 38
Basic Phone Tasks ..........................................................39
5.1.
Dialing a Phone Number ......................................................... 39
5.2.
Redialing a Phone Number ..................................................... 39
5.3.
Answering a Call ..................................................................... 39
Display Messages ............................................................40
6.1.
Error Messages ....................................................................... 40
6.2.
Warning Messages .................................................................. 41
SIP Configuration .................................................................... 19
Registrar IP Settings................................................... 19
Outbound Proxy Settings ............................................ 20
SIP Proxy Server Settings........................................... 21
Setting up the User Account ...................................... 22
Using the Phonebook .............................................................. 23
3.4.1.
3.4.2.
3.4.3.
3.4.4.
3.4.5.
3.4.6.
3.5.
Setting the Vibration Mode......................................... 34
Adjusting the Ring Volume ......................................... 34
Wireless Configuration ........................................................... 16
3.3.1.
3.3.2.
3.3.3.
3.3.4.
3.4.
Fixed IP ....................................................................... 13
DHCP ........................................................................... 14
PPPoE .......................................................................... 15
6.
Setting the Ring Melody.............................................. 33
3.6.2.
3.6.3.
Web Configuration ...........................................................38
4.1.
5.
Settings ................................................................................... 33
3.6.1.
Searching Phonebook Entries - Edit Entry ................. 23
Searching Phonebook Entries - Erase Entry .............. 24
Searching Phonebook Entries – Speed dial Entry ...... 25
Adding a Phonebook Entry ......................................... 26
Erasing Phonebook Entries - One By One................... 27
Erasing Phonebook Entries - All ................................. 28
Call History ............................................................................. 29
3.5.1.
Missed Call .................................................................. 29
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2. Getting Started
1. Introduction
This is an Administrator’s manual describing the wireless IP phone WLAN600 running in
Administrative mode. Before using WLAN600, some setup processes are required to make
the phone work properly. You should at least setup the IP address of WLAN600 and router
when DHCP is disabled. When DHCP server is available, you can skip the process of setting
up the WLAN600 IP address.
Please check the following before using the WLAN600:
Package contents
How to install and remove the battery
How to charge the battery
How to turn on/off the device
2.1. Package Contents
You should find the following contents in your WLAN600 package:
Proxy Server
WLAN600 Wireless IP Phone
Standard battery
Power charger
WLAN600 Wireless IP Phone User’s Guide
Power Supply (AC adapter)
Phone belt clip
Proxy Server
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
x1
If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your distributor or sales
representative immediately.
Internet
2.2. Installing and Removing the Battery
Step 1.
ADSL Modem
AP
With the phone display face down, push down on the grooves and slide the battery
cover off the telephone.
ADSL Modem
AP
WLAN600
WLAN600
Figure 1.1 Network connections for WLAN600
Figure 2.2-1 Removing the Back Panel
Step 2.
With the battery label facing towards you; align the three metal contacts on the
battery with the three corresponding contacts on the telephone and press the battery
down into its place.
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DO NOT remove the plastic tab.
Plastic Tab
Figure 2.3-2 Plugging-in the charger
Figure 2.2-2 Inserting the battery
Step 3.
Place the phone on the charger. WLAN600 automatically turns on.
Step 4.
The battery-strength indicator on the right side of the display will scroll.
Remember to switch the power off before removing the battery.
Step 1.
With the the phone face down, slide the battery cover off of the phone.
Step 2.
Pull the plastic tab on the battery base to easily remove the battery.
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Figure 2.3-3 Battery-strength Indicator
Charge the battery for five hours before using your WLAN600.
Figure 2.2-3 Removing the battery
2.3. Charging the WLAN600
Step 1.
Connect the AC adaptor included in the package (use only this adaptor) to the
charger. Plug the lead from the adaptor into the circular jack on the bottom of the
power charger.
Figure 2.3-4 Charging the battery
Step 1.
The battery-strength indicator stops scrolling when when the battery is fully
charged.
Step 2.
Remove the phone from the charger.
Figure 2.3-1 Connecting the power cord
Step 2.
Plug the AC adapter into a standard wall outlet.
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2.4. Keypad
2.5. Turn On/Off the Power
key for approximately
To turn on/off the power, press and hold the
2 seconds.
The phone enters the “standby” mode; Main Screen is displayed as shown in Figure
2.5-1
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>>Please Wait!<<
Mono Graphic LCD
Soft Key 1
Soft Key 2
Arrow Keys
Talk key
●
End key
●
Power key
Load Default IP
(192.168.0.6)
Figure 2.5-1 Standby Mode
2.6. Load Default IP Address
1. Turn of the power.
Numerical keys &
special keys: @, *, #, etc.
”+“
2. Press and hold the “
” keys for about 2 seconds to load the
default IP address. WLAN600 will reset to the default IP address (192.168.0.6).
Load Default IP
<<Release key!>>
Figure 2.4-1 WLAN600 Wireless IP Phone
Figure 2.6-1 Load default IP
KEY
DESCRIPTION
This key is used for making selections on the bottom left side of the
Soft key 1
phone LCD, such as: Menu, Select, OK... Its current function is
indicated by the word appearing above the key.
This key is used for making selections on the bottom right side of the
Soft key 2
phone LCD, such as: Names, Back, Clear... Its current function is
indicated by the word appearing above the key.
Use the arrow keys to navigate through your phone’s menus and
Arrow keys
2.7. Enter Administrative Mode
1. Turn of the power.
2. Press the “
”+“
”+”
” keys and hold till the
<ENGINEER MENU> is shown on the LCD screen. Then release the keys.
3. In approximately 10 seconds, you will enter the main screen of the administrative
mode.
submenus, as well as your Phonebook. The up / down arrow keys are
also used for selecting the character mode: A, a, 1, @.
Talk Key
End Key / Power Key
Numerical / special keys
Use this key to answer a call or make a call.
Use this key to end a call, reject a call or return to Standby mode. Press
〈ENGINEER MENU〉
Enabled Engineer
Mode For MMI/WEB
and hold this key for two seconds to switch off / switch on the phone.
Use to enter numbers, characters or special characters.
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Figure 2.7-1 Administrative Mode
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2.8. Locking & Unlocking the Keypad
2.9. Adjusting the Speaker Volume
Follow these steps to lock & unlock the keypad:
1.
During conversation, press the ► key to increase the volume.
To decrease the volume, during conversation, press the ◄ key. See Figure 2.9-1.
key over 2 seconds or wait over 1 minute.
In idle state, hold the
The keypad will be locked, as shown in Figure 2.8-1.
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Figure 2.9-1 Adjusting the Speaker Volume
Figure 2.8-1 Keypad Locked
2.
key for approximately 2 seconds and the
To release, press and hold the
message will appear prompting you to confirm, the procedure like Figure 2.8-2.
2.10.
Selecting the Character Mode
Use the up / down arrow keys (▲ /▼) to select the character mode: capital or lowercase
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characters, numbers or special characters (A, a, 1, @).
X
X
Phone Number
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Character Mode Figure 2.10-1 Selecting the
Figure 2.8-2 Keypad Unlocked
3.
When locking, press any key would show, Figure 2.8-3.
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Figure 2.8-3 Keypad Locked
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3. Configuring Network Environment
3.1.2.
This section provides instructions for performing the DHCP settings.
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client provides a
This chapter explains how to modify the network environment.
3.1. Network Configuration
mechanism for allocating IP address dynamically so that addresses can be
reused when hosts no longer need them.
This section introduces modifications to the network information.
3.1.1.
Fixed IP
This section introduces how to select Fixed IP.
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Menu
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DHCP
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Back
Back
Back
S
1. Network Mode
2. IP Address
3. Subnet Mask
T
Select
Back
S
2. IP Address
3. Subnet Mask
4. Gateway
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Select
Back
3. Subnet Mask
4. Gateway
1. Network Mode
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Select
S
4. Gateway
1. Network Mode
2. IP Address
T
Select
Back
Back
Back
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S
[1]Fixed IP
[2]DHCP
[3]PPPoE
T
Select
Back
IP Address
192.168.0.6|
Select
Ok
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Gateway
172.16.0.1|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Select
Back
S
1. Network Mode
2. IP Address
3. Subnet Mask
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
IP Address
192.168.0.6|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Subnet Mask
255.255.0.0|
[1]Fixed IP
[2]DHCP
[3]PPPoE
OK
Select
Back
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
T
Select
Back
Subnet Mask
255.255.0.0|6|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Gateway
172.16.0.1|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
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S
[2]DHCP
[3]PPPoE
[1]Fixed IP
T
Select
Back
Select
[2]DHCP
[3]PPPoE
[1]Fixed
IP
OK
Select
Back
3.1.3.
PPPoE
3.2. Wireless Configuration
The Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) provides more than just IP
address assignment, which is the primary purpose of DHCP (assigning a unique
This section provides instructions for configuring the wireless, 802.11b,
configuration submenu.
and available IP address based upon a unique network adapter address).
PPPoE also allows for the movement of TCP/IP traffic between two known
3.2.1.
points. It requires a username and password to log on.
Scanning for the Wireless Service Set Identifier
Making wireless settings
Setting up WEP Keys (Wireless Equivalent Privacy Keys)
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Menu
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4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
T
Select
Back
Wireless LAN Settings
This section explains the following:
Select
Back
S
1. Network Mode
2. IP Address
3. Subnet Mask
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
S
[3]PPPoE
[1]Fixed IP
[2]DHCP
T
Select
Back
Select
Wireless LAN
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[3]PPPoE
[1]Fix IP
[2]DHCP
OK
Select
Back
Menu
S
Input the name
Back
S
2. PPPoE Name
3. PPPoE Pwd
1. Network Mode
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
PPPoE Name
pppoe_username|
Ok
PPPoE Name
pppoe_username
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
7. Wireless
8. Restart
1. Information
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
1. Site Survey
2. SSID
3. Network Mode
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
AP1
AP2
AP3
T
Select
S
2. SSID
3. Network Mode
4. Channel
T
Select
Back
Select
S
S
3. Network Mode
4. Channel
5. Rate
T
Select
Back
Select
S
4. Channel
5. Rate
6. WEP Select
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
T
Select
S
Select
S
S
S
Select
Back
AP1
AP2
AP3 OK
Select
Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the SSID
Input the password
Back
S
3. PPPoE Pwd
1. Network Mode
2. PPPoE Name
T
Select
Back
Select
PPPoE Pwd
************|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
Back
Ok
PPPoE Pwd
************|
OK
Ok
SSID
bcm-test|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
Back
Back
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T
Back
SSID
bcm-test|
5. Rate
6. WEP Select
7. Profile
T
Select
Back
S
T
Back
Back
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[1]Ad Hoc
[2]Infra.
Select
Select
Back
Select
Back
Select
Back
OK
Select
S
[1]Auto
[2]1M
[3]2M
T
Select
[1]Ad Hoc
[2]Infra.
Back
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel
3
OK
Select
Back
[1]Auto
[2]1M
[3]2M OK
Select
Back
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7. Wireless
8. Restart
1. Information
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
S
6. WEP Select
7. Profile
8. Auth Type
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Back
[1]None
[2]64bit
[3]128bit
T
Select
Select
S
Back
[1]None
[2]64bit
[3]128bit
OK
Select
Back
Back
[2]64bit
[3]128bit
[1]NoneOK
Select
Back
Select
S
7. Wireless
8. Restart
1. Information
T
Select
Back
Select
Select
S
6. WEP Select
7. Profile
8. Auth Type
T
Select
Back
Back
[2]64bit
[3]128bit
[1]None
T
Select
Select
Back
S
12. Profile
13. Auth type
1. Site Survey
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Select
S
7. Wep Key 1
8. Wep Key 2
9. Wep Key 3
T
Select
Back
Select
Ok
Wep Key 1
*******
S
2. Activate
3. Remove
1. Create
T
Select
Back
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Select
Back
Back
Back
Back
S
8. Wep Key 2
9. Wep Key 3
10. Wep Key 4
T
Select
Back
S
9. Wep Key 3
10. Wep Key 4
11. Key Select
T
Select
Back
Select
Select
10. Wep Key 4
11. Key Select
12. Profile
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Select
S
11. Key Select
12. Profile
13. Auth type
T
Select
Back
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
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1: (AP) Bcm
2:
3:
Select
Back
Select
1: (AP) Bcm
2:
3:
Select
Back
Wep Key 3
*******
S
3. Remove
1. Create
2. Activate
T
Select
Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Select
Back
1: (AP) Bcm
2:
3:
Select
Back
Input the wep key 3
Ok
Wep Key 3
*******
S
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
13. Auth type
1.Site Survey
2.SSID
T
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Back
[1]Open System
[2]Shared Key
Select
Select
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
S
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
T
Select
Wep Key 4
*******
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Select
Back
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Select
[1]Open System
[2]Shared Key
OK
Select
Back
Input the wep key 4
Wep Key 4
*******
Back
Back
Back
Back
OK
Wep Key 3
*******
Back
Select
Select
1: (AP) Bcm
2:
3:
OK
Select
Back
Ok
Are you sure?
Ok
Back
Input the wep key 2
Wep Key 2
*******
Back
1. Create
2. Activate
3. Remove
T
Select
Back
Input the wep key 1
Wep Key 1
*******
Back
S
OK
Back
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Back
Select
1: (AP) Bcm
2:
3:
OK
Select
Back
3.3.2.
3.3. SIP Configuration
This section provides information on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) settings.
Please note that you have to configure both, Registrar Server , SIP Proxy Server and
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3.3.1.
Outbound Proxy Settings
Registrar IP Settings
Menu
S
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
7. Wireless
T
Select
Back
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Input the Proxy IP
S
2. Outbound Proxy
3. Proxy Server
4. User Account
T
Select
Back
Menu
S
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
7. Wireless
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Back
1. Registrar
2. Outbound Proxy
3. Proxy Server
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Back
Proxy IP
192.168.0.191|
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Proxy IP
192.168.0.191|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the Port
Back
Back
S
Input the Registrar IP
S
Select
1. Proxy IP
2. Port
Select
Back
1. Registrar IP
2. Port
3. Expiry Time
T
Select
Back
Select
S
2. Port
3. Expiry Time
1. Registrar IP
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Select
S
Back
Registrar IP
192.168.0.3|
Ok
Registrar IP
192.168.0.3|
T
Select
2. Port
1. Proxy IP
Select
Back
Back
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the Port
Back
Back
Port
5060|
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Port
5060|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the Expiry Time
Back
3. Expiry Time
1. Registrar IP
2. Port
T
Select
Back
Back
19
Expiry Time
3600|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Expiry Time
3600|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
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Port
5060|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Port
5060|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
3.3.3.
SIP Proxy Server Settings
3.3.4.
Setting up the User Account
This section explains how to set up your phone number, username and
password you will be using to connect to the SIP server.
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5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
7. Wireless
T
Select
Back
Select
S
5. SIP Setting
6. Settings
7. Wireless
T
Select
Back
Back
Input the Proxy IP
S
3. Proxy Server
4. User Account
1. Registrar
T
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Back
Select
1. Proxy IP
2. Port
Select
Back
Back
Proxy IP
192.168.0.3|
Select
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Proxy IP
192.168.0.3|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
Input the number
S
4. User Account
1. Registrar
2. Outbound Proxy
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
1. Phone Number
2. Username
3. User Pwd
T
Select
Back
Select
S
2. Username
3. User Pwd
1. Phone Number
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Select
S
Back
Phone Number
100|
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Phone Number
100|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the Port
Back
S
T
Select
2. Port
1. Proxy IP
Select
Back
Back
Port
5060|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Port
5060|
Input the name
OK
Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
Username
David|
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Username
David|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the password
Back
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3. User Pwd
1. Phone Number
2. Username
T
Select
Back
Back
22
User Pwd
******|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
User Pwd
******|
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
3.4. Using the Phonebook
3.4.2.
This section provides information about accessing the phonebook and using its
features.
3.4.1.
Searching Phonebook Entries - Erase Entry
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Searching Phonebook Entries - Edit Entry
Menu
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3. Phone book
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Menu
Select
S
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Select
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
T
Select
Back
Back
Select
S
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
Select
Back
Select
Press
S
David
Mark
Ken
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Select
David
Mark
Ken
T
Select
key , go back menu
1. Edit
2. Erase
3. Speed dial
T
Select
Back
Edit the name
Selec
Back
Display Name:
David|
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
Select
Back
Back
Press
S
S
Back
Back
S
key , go back menu
S
Select
Back
Select
2. Erase
3. Speed dial
1. Edit
T
Select
Back
Are you sure?
Back
Edit the number
Ok
User Info:
123456|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Edit the IP
Host IP:
172.16.156.123|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Press
Back
Ok
key , go back menu
Port:
5060
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
P2P
Proxy
Select
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S
Select
OK
Back
T
P2P
Proxy
Select
Back
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Ok
Back
Ok
Are you sure?
OK
Ok
Back
3.4.3. Searching Phonebook Entries – Speed dial Entry
3.4.4.
Adding a Phonebook Entry
This section provides information on adding a new entry in your Phonebook.
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Menu
S
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Select
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
T
Select
Back
S
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Back
S
Select
Menu
S
Back
Select
Press
S
David
Select
T
Select
1. Search
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
Select
Back
Back
Back
Select
key , go back menu
Input the name
S
2. Add Entry
3. Erase
1. Search
T
Select
Back
key , go back menu
3. Speed dial
1. Edit
2. Erase
T
Select
Back
Back
Press
Back
Select
Back
S
Key 1 David
Key 2
Key 3
T
Select
Back
Select
Key 1 David
Key 2
Key 3 OK
Select
Back
Select
Back
Input the number
Display Name:
David|
Ok
User Info:
123456|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Input the IP
Ok
Host IP:
123.123.123.123|
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Press
Back
key , go back menu
Port:
5060
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Press
Back
S
key , go back menu
T
P2P
Proxy
Select
Back
Select
P2P
Proxy
Select
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OK
Back
3.4.5.
Erasing Phonebook Entries - One By One
3.4.6.
Erasing Phonebook Entries - All
This section explains how to erase an existing entry from your Phonebook.
This section explains how to erase all entries from your Phonebook.
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S
S
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Select
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
5. SIP Setting
T
Select
Back
Back
Select
S
S
3. Erase
1. Search
2. Add Entry
T
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Select
Select
S
3. Erase
1. Search
2. Add Entry
T
Select
Back
Back
1. One By One
2. Erase All
Select
Select
Back
1. One By One
2. Erase All
Select
Press
Back
Back
S
T
Back
key , go back menu
Back
2. Erase All
1. One By One
Select
Select
Select
Back
2. Erase All
1. One By One
Select
Back
Back
David
Select
T
Back
Select
Back
Are you sure?
Ok
Ok
Are you sure?
OK
Back
OK
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Back
Are you sure?
Ok
Back
Ok
Are you sure?
OK
OK
Back
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3.5. Call History
3.5.2.
This option allows you to check for received calls, then edit, save and dial the
selected phone number.
Call History is a useful feature for checking missed calls, received calls, and dialed
calls.
3.5.1.
Missed Call
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This option allows you to check for missed calls, then edit, save and dial the
selected phone number.
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Menu
S
2. Call History
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
T
Select
Back
Menu
S
2. Call History
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
T
Select
Back
Select
Select
2. Received Call
3. Dialed Call
4. Erase Call
T
Select
Back
Back
1. Missed Call
2. Received Call
3. Dialed Call
T
Select
Back
Select
1. Missed Call
2. Received Call
3. Dialed Call
Select
Back
Select
Press
Back
key , go back menu
S
Back
S
David
Select
T
Select
Back
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Missed
3. Erase Miss
T
Select
Back
Select
S
David
Select
Back
Select
OK
Ok Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
S
Back
Ok
Back
2. Edit Missed
3. Erase Miss
1. Time of Call
T
Select
Back
Select
User Info:
808
Ok
Display Name:
David
Select
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Back
Select
S
Back
Back
Press
Back
3. Erase Miss
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Missed
T
Select
Back
2. Edit Receive
3. Erase Receive
1. Time of Call
T
Select
Back
S
Back
key , go back menu
Press
Back
Select
Time of Call
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Back
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Ok
Back
Ok
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok
Select
Back
3. Erase Receive
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Receive
T
Select
Back
User Info:
808
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Press
Back
Back
Display Name:
David
Ok Aa1@ Back
key , go back menu
Select
Are you sure?
Back
Are you sure?
OK
Ok
Display Name:
David
Ok Back
Back
Select
Are you sure?
key , go back menu
Back
S
Back
Select
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Receive
3. Erase Receive
T
Select
Back
Display Name:
David
Time of Call
20:03 10/20
Back
Select
2. Received Call
3. Dialed Call
4. Erase Call
Select
Back
Back
Select
T
Select
Back
S
S
S
Received Call
Back
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Ok
Back
Ok
Are you sure?
OK
Ok
Back
3.5.3.
Dialed Call
3.5.4.
This option allows you to check for dialed calls, then edit, save and dial the
selected phone number.
Erasing Call
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S
2. Call History
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
T
Select
Back
Menu
S
2. Call History
3. Phonebook
4. Net Setting
T
Select
Back
Select
4. Erase Call
1. Missed Call
2. Received Call
T
Select
Back
Back
S
3. Dialed Call
4. Erase Call
1. Missed Call
T
Select
Back
Select
3. Dialed Call
4. Erase Call
1. Missed Call
Select
Back
Back
Press
Ok
Back
S
Select
Are you sure?
key , go back menu
Back
Select
Select
Back
S
1. Erase All
2. Erase Miss
3. Erase Receive
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Are you sure?
Back
S
David
Select
T
Select
Back
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Dialed
3. Erase Dial
T
Select
Back
Select
Display Name:
David
Time of Call
20:03 10/20
Back
OK
Ok Back
Back
Ok
Select
2. Erase Miss
3. Erase Receive
4. Erase Dial
T
Select
Back
Select
Ok Aa1@ Back
Select
S
Back
Ok
Back
2. Edit Dialed
3. Erase Dial
1. Time of Call
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
User Info:
808
Ok
Ok Aa1@ Back
Display Name:
David
Ok
Select
Back
3. Erase Receive
4. Erase Dial
1. Erase All
T
Select
Back
Select
Ok Aa1@ Back
S
Select
S
Back
Press
Back
3. Erase Dial
1. Time of Call
2. Edit Dialed
T
Select
Back
Back
Are you sure?
key , go back menu
Ok
Select
Are you sure?
Back
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Ok
Back
Ok
Back
Select
Back
Are you sure?
OK
Back
Ok
Back
Select
Are you sure?
Back
Ok
OK
Are you sure?
OK
Back
Ok
Back
Select
Are you sure?
Back
Ok
OK
Are you sure?
OK
Back
Ok
Back
Back
4. Erase Dial
1. Erase All
2. Erase Miss
T
Select
Back
Select
Are you sure?
Back
Are you sure?
OK
Ok
Ok
OK
Back
S
Are you sure?
Are you sure?
Back
S
Select
Select
Back
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Ok
Back
OK
Are you sure?
OK
Ok
Back
3.6. Settings
3.6.2.
Setting the Vibration Mode
This section describes how to modify melody, ring volume, time, banner, etc.
3.6.1.
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Setting the Ring Melody
Menu
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S
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
Menu
Select
S
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Back
S
2. Vibrator
3. Ring Volume
4. Edit Time
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
S
Ring Only
Vibrate Only
Vibrate -> Ring
T
Select
Back
Select
Ring Only
Vibrate Only
VibrateOK
-› Ring
Select
Back
Back
1. Melody
2. Vibrator
3. Ring Volume
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
S
Default
Melody 1
Melody 2
T
Select
Select
Back
Default
Melody 1
MelodyOK
2
Select
Back
3.6.3.
Adjusting the Ring Volume
Use the left / right arrow keys (◄ / ►) to decrease / increase the ring volume.
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6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Back
3. Ring Volume
4. Edit Time
5. Edit Date
T
Select
Back
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Select
Ring Volume
Ring Volume
Select
Back
Select
Back
OK
Select
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Back
3.6.4.
Setting the Time
3.6.6.
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Menu
S
S
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
Select
Select
Back
S
4. Edit Time
5. Edit Date
6. Banner
T
Select
Back
3.6.5.
Select
Back
Edit Time
12:00|
Ok
Select
Back
Edit Time
12:00|
OK
Ok
Back
Setting the Date
6. Banner
7. Key Lock
8. Don’t Disturb
T
Select
Back
3.6.7.
Select
Back
Banner
WLAN600-SIP
Ok
Banner
WLAN600-SIP
OK
Ok Aa1@ Back
Ok Aa1@ Back
Setting the Key Lock
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6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
S
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
S
Back
S
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Setting the Banner
Select
Back
5. Edit Date
6. Banner
7. Key Lock
T
Select
Back
Select
Back
Edit Date
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Ok
Select
Back
Edit Date
2004.08.04|
OK
Ok
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S
Back
Back
7. Key Lock
8. Don’t Disturb
9. Load Default
T
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Back
off
on
Select
Select
Back
off
on
Select
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OK
Back
3.6.8.
4. Web Configuration
Don’t Disturb
This chapter explains how to use the WLAN600 web interface to configure your wireless
IP phone.
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4.1. Login Password
Menu
S
6. Settings
7. Wireless
8. Restart
T
Select
Back
Select
S
Back
8. Don’t Disturb
9. Load Default
1. Melody
T
Select
Back
Select
S
T
Back
off
on
Select
Select
Back
off
on
Select
OK
Back
Use your browser to access the WLAN600 web page – in the Address field, type:
http://<ipaddress> , then click the Go button.
WLAN600 offers two default accounts:
1. the user’s account,
User Name: user
Password: 1111
2. and the administrative account
User Name: voipadmin
Password: admin
The main web page is divided into several frames, each related to a VoIP module. It
includes information, network settings, SIP proxy server settings, registrar server settings,
phone book settings, voice codec settings, voice quality settings, system settings, and
update settings.
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5. Basic Phone Tasks
6. Display Messages
5.1. Dialing a Phone Number
6.1. Error Messages
1.
2.
3.
In idle state, enter a phone number by using the numerical keys.
key to delete it.
If you have entered an incorrect number, press the
key to connect your call.
Press the
5.2. Redialing a Phone Number
1.
In idle state, press the
key.
2.
The list of placed calls is displayed.
Scroll through the list by using the S or T key.
key to make the call.
Press the
5.3. Answering a Call
To answer a call, press the
To reject a call, press the
key.
Error messages are displayed to let you know that an error has occurred. These
error messages may prevent you from connecting to the network or from using the
phone. You may need to contact the system administrator to resolve the problem.
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Error 1: No AP found ( blinking)
The ESSID set on the phone does not match any of the Service
Set Identifiers (SSIDs) of the AP in the network.
Error 2: Net Fail! (DHCP)
The phone failed to obtain the IP address from the DHCP
server, or failed to authenticate due to a Wep Key error.
key.
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Error 3: Net Fail! (PPPoE)
The phone failed to obtain the IP address from your ISP
service.
Error 4: Registering to SIP proxy failed
The phone failed to register with the SIP Proxy.
It could be due to the WEP key or SIP proxy setting error.
Please contact your service provider, or check your SIP
Settings.
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6.2. Warning Messages
Warning messages are displayed when the phone detects a condition that may
disrupt your phone service.
Warning 1: No display when the phone is seated in the
charger.
-
Situation 1: The phone is seated in the charger but there is
no LCD display and back light, even if it has been powered
on.
-
Situation 2: The phone is seated in the charger but there is
no LCD display; the back light is on.
Corrective Action:
Place the phone in the charger and turn off the power. Keep
the phone in the charger for approximately 30 seconds. Then
remove it from the charger briefly, for approximately 2
seconds. Place the phone back in the charger and it will
automatically turn on.
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Warning 2: Battery Low ( blinking)
The battery energy level is low.
Corrective Action: Recharge the battery.
Warning 3: Weak signal detected ( blinking)
The signal quality is low.
Corrective Action:
Connect to another AP. Move your phone closer to the AP.
There may be too much radio interference (for example a
microwave or another AP using the same channel) around
your wireless network. Relocate or reduce the radio
interference.
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