Alcatel Voice over WLAN (R1.1.1) Specifications

Alcatel Voice over WLAN (R1.1.1) Specifications
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Table of contents
1
Defining the Connection user experience ................................................................................. 7
2
Digital and IP business phones ................................................................................................. 8
2.1
Telephony Services ...................................................................................................................... 8
2.1.1 Basic features ..................................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1.1.1
Internal calls............................................................................................................................................... 8
2.1.1.2
Calls outside the system (direct outward dialing – DOD) .......................................................................... 8
2.1.1.3
Consultation call ........................................................................................................................................ 8
2.1.1.4
Do not disturb ............................................................................................................................................ 9
2.1.1.5
Attendant call ............................................................................................................................................ 9
2.1.1.6
.Over dialing (DTMF dialing) ...................................................................................................................... 9
2.1.1.7
Number store (store/redial) and communication log ............................................................................... 9
2.1.1.8
Broker call .................................................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.1.9
Transfer .................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.1.10 Non answered calls .................................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.1.11 Callback .................................................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.1.12 Communication forwarding ..................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.2 Advanced features ............................................................................................................................................ 11
2.1.2.1
Multimedia escalation ................................................................................. Erro! Indicador não definido.
2.1.2.2
Multimedia conferencing and collaboration services.................................. Erro! Indicador não definido.
2.1.2.3
Call announce .......................................................................................................................................... 11
2.1.2.4
Call park/call park retrieval ...................................................................................................................... 12
2.1.2.5
Barge-in (intrusion) .................................................................................................................................. 12
2.1.2.6
Listening to tones and voice guides ......................................................................................................... 12
2.1.2.7
Listening to background music ................................................................................................................ 12
2.1.2.8
Business account code ............................................................................................................................. 12
2.1.2.9
Sending and receiving messages ............................................................................................................. 13
2.1.2.10 User move of set ...................................................................................................................................... 14
2.1.2.11 Substitution ............................................................................................................................................. 14
2.1.2.12 Lock/unlock .............................................................................................................................................. 15
2.1.2.13 Intercom (interphone) ............................................................................................................................. 15
2.1.2.14 Call pickup ................................................................................................................................................ 15
2.1.2.15 Call to a hunting group ............................................................................................................................ 15
2.1.2.16 Group supervision .................................................................................................................................... 15
2.1.2.17 Conferences ............................................................................................................................................. 16
2.1.2.18 Multiline sets ........................................................................................................................................... 20
2.1.2.19 Multiline appearance feature – MLA ....................................................................................................... 20
2.1.2.20 Manager/assistant ................................................................................................................................... 21
2.1.2.21 Supervision .............................................................................................................................................. 23
2.1.3 Set customization ............................................................................................................................................. 26
2.1.3.1
Guide key [MENU] or information key [i] ................................................................................................ 26
2.1.3.2
Increasing handset volume ...................................................................................................................... 26
2.1.3.3
Hands-free operation .............................................................................................................................. 26
2.1.3.4
Headset on Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series ...................................................................................................... 26
2.1.3.5
Adjustment of ringing tone ...................................................................................................................... 26
2.1.3.6
Ringing per call type ................................................................................................................................ 26
2.1.3.7
Advanced home bar display ..................................................................................................................... 27
2.1.4 Specific user classes .......................................................................................................................................... 27
2.1.4.1
Controlled private calls ............................................................................................................................ 27
2.1.4.2
Off-hook Tone/howl (analog phone) ....................................................................................................... 28
2.1.4.3
Beep on external calls .............................................................................................................................. 28
2.1.4.4
Automatic off-hook call ........................................................................................................................... 28
2.1.4.5
Restricted rights: incoming calls only ...................................................................................................... 28
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2.1.4.6
Privilege access override.......................................................................................................................... 28
2.1.4.7
Modifying the password (personal code) ................................................................................................ 28
2.1.4.8
Compatibility between pieces of equipment........................................................................................... 28
2.1.4.9
Temporary/permanent protection against barge in (intrusion) .............................................................. 28
2.1.4.10 Call overflow for out of service IP phones ............................................................................................... 28
2.1.4.11 External call restriction (barring) ............................................................................................................. 29
2.1.4.12 External call restriction (barring) on transfer .......................................................................................... 29
2.1.4.13 Automatic entity lock ............................................................................................................................... 29
2.1.5 Supplementary ISDN services ........................................................................................................................... 29
2.2
Premium Deskphones ................................................................................................................ 29
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.2.12
2.2.13
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
3
8068/8068BT Premium DeskPhones ................................................................................................................ 30
8038/8039 Premium DeskPhones .................................................................................................................... 31
8028/8029 Premium DeskPhones .................................................................................................................... 31
Welcome screens ............................................................................................................................................. 32
Status icons/Call icons ...................................................................................................................................... 32
Navigation......................................................................................................................................................... 32
Permanent features keys .................................................................................................................................. 33
Alphabetic keyboard......................................................................................................................................... 33
Bluetooth 1.2 wireless connectivity (8068/8068BT) ........................................................................................ 34
Connectivity ................................................................................................................................................. 34
Premium DeskPhone technical specifications .............................................................................................. 35
Add-on modules ........................................................................................................................................... 37
Digital options .............................................................................................................................................. 38
OpenTouch™ Connection for 8082 ............................................................................................. 38
Quick overview ................................................................................................................................................. 38
Screen ergonomics ........................................................................................................................................... 39
Navigation......................................................................................................................................................... 41
SIP deskphones ......................................................................................................................... 43
8002/8012 Deskphones .................................................................................................................................... 43
4008/4018 SIP Phones ...................................................................................................................................... 45
Headsets ................................................................................................................................... 45
Corded headsets ............................................................................................................................................... 45
Cordless headsets ............................................................................................................................................. 46
Audio & Conference devices ...................................................................................................... 46
OmniTouch™ 4135 SIP Conference Phone ....................................................................................................... 46
81x5 Audioffice ................................................................................................................................................. 48
On-site mobile DECT and WLAN handsets .............................................................................. 51
3.1
OmniMobility WLAN .................................................................................................................. 51
3.1.1 WLAN Offer ...................................................................................................................................................... 51
3.1.2 VoWLAN handsets ............................................................................................................................................ 51
3.1.2.1
Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch WLAN Handsets................................................................................................. 52
3.1.2.2
Key Features and Capabilities .................................................................................................................. 54
3.1.2.3
General View ........................................................................................................................................... 56
3.1.2.4
Software Characteristics .......................................................................................................................... 56
3.1.2.5
Accessories and Options .......................................................................................................................... 57
3.2
OmniMobility DECT ................................................................................................................... 59
3.2.1 DECT Offer ........................................................................................................................................................ 59
3.2.2 DECT handsets .................................................................................................................................................. 60
3.2.2.1
Alcatel-Lucent DECT handsets ................................................................................................................. 60
3.2.2.2
Key features and capabilities ................................................................................................................... 61
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3.2.2.3
3.2.2.4
3.2.2.5
3.2.2.6
4
General view ............................................................................................................................................ 62
Characteristics ......................................................................................................................................... 65
Accessories and options .......................................................................................................................... 66
Mobile DECT 500 ..................................................................................................................................... 68
PC & MAC Software applications ........................................................................................... 71
4.1
PC and MAC applications per system package ............................................................................ 71
4.2
OpenTouch Connection for PC ................................................................................................... 71
4.2.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 71
4.2.2 Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................. 72
4.2.3 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 73
4.2.4 Technical specifications .................................................................................................................................... 75
4.2.5 Supported technologies for remote accesses .................................................................................................. 76
4.2.6 Licensing model ................................................................................................................................................ 77
4.2.7 Additional documents ...................................................................................................................................... 77
4.2.8 Microsoft integration ....................................................................................................................................... 78
4.2.8.1
Conferencing add-in for Microsoft Outlook ............................................................................................ 78
4.2.8.2
Telephony and Messaging add-in for Microsoft Outlook ........................................................................ 79
4.2.8.3
Microsoft Lync integration....................................................................................................................... 80
4.2.9 IBM integration................................................................................................................................................. 82
4.2.9.1
Telephony and Messaging add-in for IBM Notes..................................................................................... 82
4.2.9.2
IBM Sametime integration ....................................................................................................................... 83
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
4.3.3
5
IP Desktop Softphone for PC and MAC ....................................................................................... 84
Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................. 85
Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 85
Topology ........................................................................................................................................................... 85
Smartphone Software applications ........................................................................................ 87
5.1
Smartphone applications per system package ............................................................................ 87
5.2
My Instant Communicator Mobile edition for Connection User ................................................... 87
5.2.1 Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................. 87
5.2.2 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 88
5.2.3 Topologies ........................................................................................................................................................ 91
5.2.3.1
OTMS-based............................................................................................................................................. 91
5.2.3.2
OTBE-based .............................................................................................................................................. 91
5.2.3.3
OTEC-based (UCaaS) ................................................................................................................................ 92
5.2.4 Licensing Model ................................................................................................................................................ 92
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.5
6
IP Desktop Softphone for iPhone ............................................................................................... 93
Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................. 93
Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 93
Topology ........................................................................................................................................................... 94
Market Store Links..................................................................................................................... 94
Android ............................................................................................................................................................. 94
BlackBerry ......................................................................................................................................................... 94
iPhone ............................................................................................................................................................... 95
Device White List ....................................................................................................................... 95
Tablet Software applications ................................................................................................. 96
6.1
Tablet applications per system package ..................................................................................... 96
6.2
IP Desktop Softphone for Android and iPad tablets .................................................................... 96
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6.2.1
6.2.2
6.2.3
7
Benefits ............................................................................................................................................................. 96
Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 97
Topology ........................................................................................................................................................... 97
WEB Client applications ......................................................................................................... 99
7.1
OpenTouch Conversation WEB conferencing solution ................................................................. 99
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1 Defining the Connection user experience
Employees who primarily make extensive use of voice communications benefit from the OpenTouch
Connection, the advanced business communications experience available from reliable Digital or
IP deskphones, as well as sturdy DECT or WLAN mobile handsets.
Users can pick the telephony features that suit their office work style from the comprehensive list of
telephony features offered by the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX™ Enterprise Communication Server.
Office workers enjoy high-quality, wideband voice communications with easy audio and visual
guidance, and ultra-fast directory look-up from the phone keyboard.
OpenTouch Connection user experience can be enriched with software clients for PCs,
smartphones or tablets that boost their productivity in the office and on the go.
Examples of the OpenTouch Connection experience and applications
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2 Digital and IP business phones
2.1 Telephony Services
2.1.1 Basic features
Even entry-level phones with no display or keyboards can access the basic feature set by using
prefixes/suffixes dialing.
2.1.1.1 Internal calls
The caller dials a directory number. A voice guide may replace the dial tone if, for example, the caller
has activated call forwarding.
The called party is free:
 When the called party answers, a call is established. At the end of a call, when one of the
callers hangs up, the other caller can hear a busy signal.
The called party is busy:
 The caller hears the busy signal or a voice guide associated with the caller's rights. According
to the caller rights, they may be authorized to:
o Request a camp-on a busy phone
o Barge in for Connection Users
o Make a call announcement on the called phone’s speaker (from a multiline phone) for
Connection Users
o Request an automatic callback
2.1.1.2 Calls outside the system (direct outward dialing – DOD)
After taking a phone off the hook, the caller dials the prefix for direct access to an external line. The
caller receives the dial tone and then dials the number of the external user. If the class of service of
the phone does not allow calls to the number dialed or if there is no available line, the caller receives
a busy tone.
2.1.1.3 Consultation call
User A, on an internal or external call with User B, can make a consultation call to a third party by
dialing a suffix, by pressing a soft key (on Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones), or by dialing the
extension number of the third party directly. User A hears the dial tone (or a voice guide) and can
then make a call like any other ordinary call. During the consultation call, User B is put on hold.
Analog phones
To place a consultation call on an analog phone, a user dials the consultation call prefix, or presses
the flash key.
Alcatel-Lucent Deskphones
Type of telephone
Alcatel-Lucent
8068 Premium
DeskPhone
Alcatel-Lucent
8038 / 8039
Premium
DeskPhones
Alcatel-Lucent
8028 / 8029
Premium
DeskPhones
Alcatel-Lucent
4018 / 4008
Phone / 4019
Digital Phone
YES
YES
YES
YES
Feature
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availability
Visual guidance
YES
YES
YES
-
Access feature
with icon key
UPK
With add-on
With add-on
With add-on
YES
SPK
-
-
-
-
Access feature
with screen key
Soft key
YES
YES
YES
-
Directory
-
-
-
-
YES
YES
YES
YES
Access to feature
using the keypad
UPK: User Programmable Key
SPK: System Programmable Key
2.1.1.4 Do not disturb
A user may temporarily stop all incoming calls, except those coming from the attendant. The user can
still make internal or external calls.
2.1.1.5 Attendant call
Users can call any available attendant in the system by dialing a prefix. They can also call a specific
attendant by dialing this attendant's directory number. Calls to attendants are loaded into a specific
queue and are answered in order of arrival. By using different call distributions, specific types of calls
(defined internal users, external overflowed, ISDN caller, etc.) may appear on different soft keys
(4059) so that the attendant can answer calls based on priority
2.1.1.6 .Over dialing (DTMF dialing)
This feature allows decimal or DTMF dialing on an external line. The user requests transparency via a
soft key or by dialing the transparency suffix. If a trunk or trunk group is declared to be on automatic
transparency, the user may proceed immediately without a request.
2.1.1.7 Number store (store/redial) and communication log
On all available telephone sets, by dialing a special prefix or by pressing the redial key, any user can
redial the last number dialed.
Users of Alcatel-Lucent sets can store a specific number for later use. The store/redial key is provided
for this feature.
On the advanced phones, the redial button displays a list of previous communications/sessions. The
list stores automatically each successful call with called number information.
2.1.1.8 Broker call
During a consultation call initiated by User A, User A in conversation with User C can return to User B
in any of the following ways:
 Dialing the broker call prefix
 Pressing a key
 Pressing a line key on multiline sets
This operation can be repeated from User B to User C, and back to User B.
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2.1.1.9 Transfer
User A is in conversation with user B. User B is put on hold when user A calls user C (another user or
an attendant). When the device of user C is ringing or when user A is in conversation with user C,
user A can transfer the call to establish a communication between user B and user C.
Parties may be internal or external. If the connection is not allowed, the call is routed back to the
transfer initiator. Transfer is possible when the class of service of the phones involved authorizes the
connection. Transfer is achieved by dialing the transfer prefix or by pressing a soft key.
The transferred caller receives the ringing tone and, if busy, the target phone receives a beep
alerting them of the call on hold. If at the end of a configurable time period, the user at the transfer
target phone has not answered, the call on hold is forwarded to the attendant.
If the transfer is to an attendant, the call is put in the appropriate waiting queue.
2.1.1.10
Non answered calls
The list of external or internal non answered calls is displayed on Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP
phones, Alcatel-Lucent DECT and WLAN handsets. Each time, a new call is presented but not
answered, the caller identity is stored in the non-answered call list and the display (or message led)
indicates a call was not answered
2.1.1.11
Callback
There are several kinds of callback feature:
Unanswered call callback
A user can automatically view and call back the last caller (unanswered call) by dialing a specific
prefix or using a specific soft key. If using an Alcatel-Lucent Digital, IP phone, or Alcatel-Lucent DECT
and WLAN handset the name of the last caller is displayed.
Automatic callback on busy phones or Call Completion on Busy Subscriber (CCBS)
When calling busy phone B, user A may request an automatic callback. User A will be called back
when user B finishes the call in progress. When phone B is released, phone A is rung. User A picks up
the handset and phone B is rung. User A can cancel the automatic callback service by calling user B
or by dialing a cancellation prefix (management option) or using a specific soft key.
Call Completion on Busy Subscriber is available for Connection Users and it is available between both
Connection and Conversation users.
Automatic callback on free phones or Call Completion on No Response (CCBR)
Any Connection user calling a free advanced phone that is not answered can request a callback. The
LED and/or icon message flash on the phone that has received the request for a callback. The
requested user can review the list of people who have requested a callback. The LED continues to
flash until each of the messages or call back requests have been viewed.
Call Completion on No Response is available for Connection users
2.1.1.12
Communication forwarding
System call forwarding:
After the attendant logs off the last console or according to a predefined timetable, external calls are
routed to a phone, a voice mail or the ringing service. Two simultaneous configurations are possible:
General call forwarding:
External calls are routed to one specified phone. If this phone is already on a call, the calls are
parked in a specific queue.
Night service:
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External calls are routed to a ringing network; any user can answer by dialing the night answering
prefix or pressing the specific soft key. Internal attendant calls are routed either to general call
forwarding or the night service (depending on the attendant’s choice).
Unconditional call forwarding:
Any phone A can forward all its calls to any phone B (or voice mail); user A can still make outgoing
calls. The service is activated from phone A by the routing menu or a prefix. Setting up a different
call forwarding route cancels the previous one.
Immediate call forwarding on busy:
Calls to user A are immediately routed to a predefined user B (or voice mail) when A's phone is busy.
User A can still make outgoing calls. The service is activated from phone A or phone B by the routing
menu. Setting up a different call forwarding route cancels the previous one.
Communication deflection:
When a user is called, advanced set displays indicate the name or the number of the caller (internal,
external, or ISDN/PSTN). The called party can forward (transparently to the caller) this call to
another phone during the ringing period.
In a Manager/Assistant configuration: when the manager's phone is ringing, the manager can press a
key to forward the call to an internal user and the destination may be predefined. If the manager
wants to route the call to the assistant but there are several assistants, the manager must also press
the speed dial key to send the call to the desired assistant.
Forwarding a private line call:
In a Manager/Assistant configuration: when screening is activated, a manager may forward her/his
private line to an internal or external caller. All private incoming calls and, according to screening
scenarios, reserved incoming calls arriving on screened lines, will follow the call forwarding route.
Call forwarding on no answer:
After a predefined time limit has been exceeded and an individual does not answer, the incoming call
is routed to another predefined user. The service is activated via a routing menu or a prefix. The
service can be canceled from phone A or from phone B. Setting up a different call forwarding route
cancels the previous one.
Call forwarding on no answer and immediate call forwarding on busy:
Combines the immediate call forwarding on busy and time delayed forwarding on no answer services
described above.
Unconditional external call forwarding:
User A's internal/external calls are immediately routed to an external number chosen by User A. This
service is activated or cancelled via the routing menu from phone A. Setting up a different call
forwarding route cancels the previous one.
Call forwarding to voice mail:
User A's incoming internal and external calls are immediately forwarded to the associated voice
mailbox. This service is activated or cancelled via the routing menu.
2.1.2 Advanced features
The following paragraphs describe the advanced features specifically available to Connection users.
For Conversation users, see the related document.
2.1.2.1 Call announce
A free or busy Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhone, DECT handset or IP Touch WLAN handset can
receive a message through its loudspeaker. The service is activated by the call announce prefix or the
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specific soft key. If the called phone is free, the user can answer directly by picking up their handset
or using the hands-free.
Broadcasting multiple announcements is also possible via the mastered conference service.
2.1.2.2 Call park/call park retrieval
A user may put an external, internal or network caller on hold for retrieval at a later time from
another phone. To activate call park, the user must dial the park suffix or the specific soft key
(Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones) followed by a phone number. Call park retrieval is possible
from any phone by dialing the call park retrieval prefix or the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent Digital
and IP phones) followed by the directory number of the phone that originally received the call.
2.1.2.3 Barge-in (intrusion)
According to the rights configured in administration, user A can interrupt user B's call. User A
activates the service by dialing the barge-in (intrusion) suffix or the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent
Digital and IP phones) during the busy signal, or a voice guide offers user A the option to barge into
the call. During the call, user A, user B and the other party also hear the barge-in (intrusion) tone.
2.1.2.4 Listening to tones and voice guides
Users may listen to the entire group of tones and voice guides present in the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX
Enterprise Communication Server, or to one specific tone or voice guide from any phone. This is
possible by dialing a prefix or by pressing a specific soft key followed (if desired) by the number of a
specific tone or voice guide.
2.1.2.5 Listening to background music
On Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, users can listen to background music (or a radio broadcast)
played continuously from an external device connected to the call server. They can switch from
listening via their handset to listening via the speaker and vice versa. There are no time limits on this
service: users must release the line to stop the music. Incoming calls are still presented (visual and
ringing), and users may make consultation calls during playing. However, at the end of the
consultation call, the line is released.
Service requirements:
On each phone, a soft key must be assigned to the background music.
The number of channels used at one time and the number of external devices connected are system
dependent.
2.1.2.6 Business account code
By entering an identification number, the user can assign the cost of a call to a specific account. The
account code is defined for accounting and chargeback purposes. The user dials the identification
number followed by the desired directory number. The user may also define the account code to use
by pressing a key during the call. The system controls the account code to bill the call to. Three types
of business calls are available:
 Business call with a controlled project number
 Business call with an uncontrolled project number
 Business call without a project number
The choice of business call type depends on the data system configuration. There are two
parameters:
 With/without project number
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 With/without controlled project number
This choice is an exclusive choice on an Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server
system (standalone or homogeneous network). Users can also assign a project number to an
incoming call. The project number is made of up to 12 digits (length depending on system
configuration). Up to 9,999 controlled project numbers and an unlimited number of uncontrolled
project numbers may be created. The accounting call records (or tickets) contain the project number.
The setup of an outgoing business call is under the control of a specific external restriction table. It
has its own external call barring table: day, night, Fw1, Fw2.
The system manager is also able to configure a phone with a forced project code. In this case, for
every external call, the user must dial the project code to set up the call. During a consultation call
the project account code for the new external call may be changed. During an automatic callback on
a busy trunk group, the project account code is automatically stored. On callback, the user does not
have to dial the code again. The project account code and called party’s number may also be stored
for redialing.
2.1.2.7 Sending and receiving messages
2.1.2.7.1 Message review
The flashing LED message and icon associated with the “Mail” key on an Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP
phone indicate that there is at least one new message waiting. According to phone capabilities, the
user can access messages of various types (callback, text, voice, fax, or ISDN) and the list of senders
(with date and hour), and then partially or completely store the requests or cancel them. The LED
goes off, continues to blink or stays in fixed mode (according to system configuration) until all
messages waiting have been processed.
Users can read the messages stored in their mailbox when their phone is idle. They can answer the
message sender with a text message without having to dial a number or call back the message
sender directly by pressing a soft key. This service is available for internal, network and ISDN calls.
2.1.2.7.2 Sending a message
When the phone is idle or ringing, a user can leave a message in the caller’s mailbox by pressing the
mail key or the text soft key.
2.1.2.7.3 Message with immediate display
Only the attendant and sets configured as manager/assistant can send this type of message. These
messages are directly displayed on the called party’s telephone display without any action required
from them.
When the attendant sends a message to a busy phone, the message directly appears on the phone
display. The called party may acknowledge the message and the attendant is immediately informed.
2.1.2.7.4 Manager/assistant messages
In a manager/assistant configuration, pre-programmed messages sent by the assistant are available
in a list. The manager also has a specific list of possible answers, which are displayed in shortened
form associated with soft keys; where one message corresponds to one soft key. Pressing the
selected soft key sends the answer to the.
2.1.2.7.5 Text messaging
Users with any Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 8028/8038/8068, Alcatel-Lucent 8029/8039 Premium
DeskPhone set, DECT or WLAN handset can send and receive text messages. The maximum length of
the messages exchanged in a standalone system or in a private network is 128 characters, and 32
characters for ISDN/PSTN public networks.
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The number of messages that can be stored by each user can be specified in system configuration.
The maximum number of text messages that can be stored on the system depends on the
configuration and CPU-type.
Structure of text messages
There are four types of messages:
 Fixed pre-programmed messages – fully defined in system management
 Partially programmable messages - defined in system management, but must be completed
by the user. If the phone has no alphanumeric keyboard, messages to be completed by text
do not appear in the list
 Fully programmable messages - written entirely by the user and can only be offered for
phones equipped with an alphanumeric keyboard
 Absence messages: Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones in the absence state (user choice)
automatically send a text message to the caller. The message will only be sent if the caller
has a phone with text messaging capabilities; otherwise, the phone called will ring normally.
This feature is available in a standalone configuration, in a private network, or via the public
ISDN. The maximum length of the absence message is 32 characters
Message creation (without call handling)
Most phones in idle state can send a message to another user regardless of the user's state (free,
busy, etc.). A caller may send a message to a called party who does not answer (free or busy). This
is available in for, internal, network and ISDN calls.
2.1.2.8 User move of set
When a user moves out of an office, this user can shift their telephone phone number and class of
service to their new location. This service is activated as follows:
 By dialing the moving prefix followed by a password (personal code), the phone is placed in
an out-of-service status.
 The phone is physically disconnected, moved, and reconnected in the new office.
 By dialing its extension number followed by the password, the phone is reinitialized. The
phone rings immediately and when answered, the location change is validated.
This capability is also available, if moving from a PCX node to another in an ABC-F network.
2.1.2.9 Substitution
Any internal user may use telephone features corresponding to their class of service from any phone.
To activate the service, the user dials the substitution prefix followed by their number and personal
code.
When the substituted devices are the same, the substitution is complete: the user retrieves all
feature keys, programmed keys, and any other previous configuration. Some features, such as
feature keys, programmed keys, directory, associated phone, are not available (substitution is partial)
when the devices are different (e.g. substituting an Alcatel-Lucent 4008 for an 8038 set).
Call charges are assigned to the user who initializes the substitution feature. You can also do a
remote substitution via the DISA service.
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2.1.2.10
Lock/unlock
Users can temporarily prevent outgoing calls from a phone. To select an external line by prefix,
programmable key, or supervision key, the user must dial a personal code.
Dialing the appropriate prefix (switch) or pressing the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP
phones) followed by the personal code reactivates direct access.
2.1.2.11
Intercom (interphone)
An Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phone can automatically answer internal calls from a specified user
group. The Mute/Inter key activates the intercom or interphone service, and the intercom group is
programmable by the user.
2.1.2.12
Call pickup
There are two modes:
 Individual call pickup
 Group call pickup
Individual call pickup
When a phone is called, whether the call is internal, external, or from an attendant, any phone can
pick up the call by dialing the interception prefix or pressing the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent
Digital and IP phones) followed by the number of the called phone.
Group pickup
When one phone in a pre-defined group is called, any group member can pick up the call by dialing
the interception prefix or pressing the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones).
2.1.2.13
Call to a hunting group
A hunting group may be called by dialing a specific directory number, which is different from the
individual directory number of the phones belonging to the group. A group member may receive both
group and personal calls. The selection of a free phone in the group may be performed in three
different ways:
 Serial hunt or fixed distribution: starting systematically from the head phone of the group
 Circular hunt or cyclical distribution: if the last phone called in the group has the position n,
the search for a free phone begins at the phone with the position n +1
 Parallel distribution: all phones ring simultaneously
A queue can be defined for each group. When all the group’s phones are busy, the call is camped on
the ringing tone or on a specific waiting message. The queue size is defined by a ratio of the active
group’s phones; this ratio can reach 100%. After handling a call, a group phone will be called only
after a fixed time period. Management defines this as wrap-up time. A phone can exit from its group
via a special prefix. In this state, it can still receive personal calls. The user can return to the group at
any time by dialing a prefix or pressing the specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones). A
phone may only belong to one hunting group.
2.1.2.14
Group supervision
Multiline set manual hold
A user who belongs to a call pickup group can put a call on hold by selecting the programmable key
dedicated to this feature. On all group members’ Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, the associated
icon appears, and any team member may retrieve the call by pressing the key.
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2.1.2.15
Conferences
2.1.2.15.1 Three-party conference
Three-party conference calls allow a simultaneous conversation between three parties. The user
making a consultation call initiates the three-party conference by dialing a prefix or pressing the
specific soft key (Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones) and must be Connection user. During the
conference, any participant may withdraw without releasing the call between the other two
participants.
Administrators can allow or inhibit a three-party conference:
 Between a public network user who is currently talking to a private network user
 With another private network user
The purpose of this feature is to prevent a user from listening-in to the conversation of another user
through interconnecting nodes in the private network.
On Crystal hardware, all user boards (UA and Z) can manage several three-party conferences per
user at the same time. For IP Phones, the conference resource is used on the “system” boards of the
chassis (CPU, IOIP, INTIP or INTOF).
On common hardware, several types of boards can support three-party conferences:
 GD-3 board
 PowerMEX board
 GA-3 board
 GA3CONF board, i.e. a GA board dedicated to conferences
2.1.2.15.2 Casual conference
A casual conference (or join call conference) is a three-party conference in which the conference
initiator can extend the number of participants (up to six) without ending the current conference call.
A casual conference is set up via a soft key on Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones.
If the number of participants in a casual conference is lower than six, the conference initiator can call
a new party and, after this new party has answered the call, can:
 Insert the new party in the conference.
 Release the call with this new party: the conference initiator is then taken back to the
conference with the other participants.
 Transfer the conference to this new party: the conference initiator is then disconnected from
the conference. If the new party is an internal user of the same node as the conference
initiator and is allowed to initiate a casual conference, he/she becomes the new master of the
conference. Otherwise, there is no more master of conference and no new participant can be
added.
If the conference initiator goes on hook while a casual conference is on, according to a system
option:
 Either the entire conference is released
 Or the conference initiator is disconnected, whereas the conference goes on with other
participants: in this case, there is no more master of conference and no new participant can
be added.
The conference initiator can add an incoming call if their telephone is configured as a multiline phone.
Casual conferences are available on:
 Crystal hardware including a GPA2 board
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Common hardware including a GA-3 or GD-3 board
2.1.2.15.3
Meet-me conference
2.1.2.15.3.1 OmniPCX Enterprise meet-me conference
The OmniPCX Enterprise meet-me conference (or N-party conference) allows a variable number of
participants (up to 6, 14, 29) to talk together. Users access the conference by dialing the conference
prefix and a pre-defined access code. It is possible to enter the conference in idle state, in
conversation, in consultation mode, or by transfer either from a user phone or an attendant console.
External callers may be connected to the conference circuit from a phone or an attendant console or
by DISA. Callers entering via DISA must first pass through the DISA authentication process, then type
the meet-me conference code, conference extension number, and authentication code (if required).
The DISA trunk and meet-me conference may reside on any Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise
Communication Server network node. The conference participants can be:
 Internal users
 External callers
 Private network users
Each participant may withdraw at any time without disconnecting the conference. The meet-me
conference is ended (released) when the last participant hangs up.
Meet-me conferences are available on:
 Crystal hardware including a GPA2 board
 Common hardware including a GA-3 or GD-3 board
2.1.2.15.3.2 Meet-me conference with the OmniTouch 8464 Meet-Me Audio Conference
Bridge
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8464 Meet-Me Audio Conference Bridge is a turnkey audio
conferencing appliance. It offers a low-cost, low-risk entry point into unified communications.
Premises-based audio conferencing continues to grow with the increases in telecommuting, pressure
to reduce travel costs, carbon footprint, and a slowing economy. The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8464
Meet-Me Audio Conference Bridge supports both IP and PSTN deployments and works with any PBX.
This makes it possible for enterprises to realize a near immediate return on investment.
Businesses can benefit from implementing the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8464 Meet-Me Audio
Conference Bridge:
 ROI in less than four months offers a low risk investment with short-term gains
 Support for leading VoIP service providers, PBX vendors, and desktop solutions for
straightforward implementation and compatibility
 Easy upgrade to industry-leading Alcatel-Lucent Unified Communications solutions via
software licensing
 Unlimited conferencing and ease of administration means less time wasted
 Adding audio conferencing ports require no hardware
 Offers both internal/external conference call participation to enhance business operation
The most significant features of the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8464 Meet-Me Audio Conference
Bridge are:
 Turnkey appliance for premises-based, IP and TDM “meet me” audio conferencing
 Dial-in, personal audio conference room for every employee
 24, 48, 72, or 96 simultaneous conference call participants
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


Either standard dial-in audio conferencing or as a complement to Microsoft OCS or IBM
Sametime
Call control via the telephone user interface or audio only web interface:
o Lock, hold, and end conference
o Mute/unmute
o Drop call legs
o Adjust line volume
o Dial out to add participants
o Roll call
o Start/stop recording
o 19 voice prompt languages supported
Upgrade options
o Order additional OmniTouch 8464 MACB audio ports, or
o Upgrade to the OmniTouch 8660 MyTeamwork to add more users and/or data ports
Capacity of OmniTouch 8464 MACB:
The OmniTouch 8464 MACB can serve 24, 48, 72, or 96 simultaneous conference call participants.
This can be done when supporting 150-700 users (based on recommended 7:1 ratio).
With an upgrade to add OmniTouch 8464 MACB audio ports, the following limits apply to the
hardware:
 Maximum G.711 call legs per server: 500
 Maximum G.729A or G.726-32 call legs per server: 500
 Maximum G.711 legs per conference call: 500
 Optional TDM hardware gateway with maximum TDM channels per server:
o T1: CAS 192, CCS 184
o E1 (Euro-ISDN): 240
Interfaces and protocols supported:
 SIP standards: RFC 2327, 2833, 2848, 2976, 3261, 3263, 3265, 3428, 3515, 3891, and 3892
 VoIP transport: RTP
 Audio codec: G.711 a-law and mu-law, G.729A, and G.726-32
Network infrastructure and interoperability:
 With the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise
 Interoperability with many vendors’ PBXs, PSTN gateways, soft switches, and soft phones
 Any network (PSTN and IP) or phone (PBX, softphone, mobile)
2.1.2.15.4 Mastered (moderated) conference
The moderated (or mastered) conference allows a variable number of participants to talk together
under the control of a conference leader/master monitoring and managing the conference. Up to 6,
14 or 29 users (including the conference leader) can participate in a mastered conference. The
conference leader sets up the conference by dialing a mastered conference service prefix. The
telecom manager (not the conference leader) manages participants' lists. The directory numbers
associated with the keys are relevant for the current conference. When this conference is over, the
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related directory numbers are no longer associated with the keys. The mastered conference provides
three main services:
 Conference leader with manual insertion: The conference leader manages and monitors each
participant in the conference and can set up conferences quickly (for example, in an
emergency).
 Conference leader with automatic insertion: The conference leader selects the conference
participants from pre-programmed lists.
 Call announce: The capability to initiate half-duplex communications allows the conference
leader to broadcast messages or push announcements (via automatic off-hook) to some
called extensions. Announcements can also be played on an external speaker connected to
the PCX.
Mastered conferences are available on:
 Crystal hardware including a GPA2 board
 Common hardware including a GA-3 or GD-3 board
The conference participants can be:
 Internal users
 External users
 Private network users
They are selected by:
 Dialing the directory numbers of each participant or pressing an add-on module key.
 Entering a number from the list during selection allows keys to be automatically associated
with all the directory numbers in the list. 12 lists are available per phone.
When participants answer a conference call, they are automatically inserted into the conference if the
conference is set on automatic mode. If the conference is in manual mode, the called users receive a
voice guide informing them that they will become part of a conference. The conference leader
monitors the participant status (ringing, not accessible, full busy), and can insert them into the
conference (and release them from the conference) one by one. Participants may leave the
conference at any time by hanging up.
The conference leader may have a private conversation with one of the participants.
The conference leader may put a conference on hold, for example, to call another phone. All other
participants' phones are put on hold.
The conference leader can disconnect the conference.
Number of managed participants
The maximum number of participants managed by the conference leader is 28 but this is reduced if
the number of available keys on the additional key modules is less than 28.
Restrictions
An attendant cannot manage or participate in a mastered conference.
The dial by name feature cannot be activated during the participant selection phase.
A conference leader cannot make an outgoing call during a mastered conference. The leader must
end the conference or put it on hold before dialing.
Incoming calls are displayed on the conference leader's phone (if it is a multiline phone). A call is
presented on the associated icon but cannot be answered, and the master phone’s screen remains
unchanged.
Call limits
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To allow participants to give their undivided attention to matters under discussion in the conference,
the following features are not available during a mastered (moderated) conference:
A participant cannot make an outgoing call or receive an incoming call
A user cannot participate in a mastered conference service during a consultation call
Barge-in is not authorized for the mastered conference leader
Directory keys cannot be used
Programmable keys cannot be used
Automatic callback notification is disabled during a mastered conference. If a user performs an
automatic callback to a conference leader, the user is called back when the leader puts the
conference on hold or ends it. If a user performs an automatic callback to a conference participant,
the user is called back when the mastered conference call is ended.
2.1.2.16
Multiline sets
All advanced Alcatel-Lucent phones can support multiple telephone lines. A multiline configuration
can be implemented on one device. Multiple lines allow a high level of telephone traffic to be handled
while clearly identifying the origin of the calls.
System configuration can provide a multiline over-ringing tone. This is a short beep tone emitted for
each incoming call on a busy multiline phone.
2.1.2.17
Multiline appearance feature – MLA
The MLA (multiline appearance) feature presents incoming calls simultaneously to all the phones in
an MLA group, allowing members of the MLA group to answer the incoming calls as quickly as
possible without call queuing. MLA allows groups to be configured for a “squared” or key-system type
of operation where multiple users share responsibility for one or more extensions or DID numbers.
MLA allows the simultaneous presentation (ringing and/or visual) of a call to a group of users with
Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series telephones. The incoming call is presented on a dedicated MLA key on every
Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series telephone in the group.
By pressing an MLA key, any member of the group can answer a call, place it on hold and retrieve it
from any other telephone in the group.
This provides a link between a line and keys on every phone in a group of users: when a call is active
on an MLA key, each related MLA key on the other phones in the group indicates that the extension
is active.
Outgoing calls may be placed on MLA keys.
Workgroup users benefit from this feature in the following applications:
 Branch office common extension – anyone in the branch office can answer a call on a
common extension
 Emergency call – high priority (emergency) incoming calls that should not be queued can be
answered first
 Manager/assistant call management – assistant and manager phones can be configured with
MLA
 Any enterprise organization where a common or shared telephone number must be managed
by a group and where a formal call center implementation is not appropriate or feasible
Example:
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Jane, Bill and Colin, and belong to the same Alcatel-Lucent MLA user group. In this example:
Line 1: Bill is already active on line 1 and this line is seen as busy on the other telephones in the
group
Line 2: Is ringing; anyone in the group can answer this call by pressing the related key
Line 3: A call has been placed on MLA hold; anyone in the user group can retrieve this call by
pressing the related key. After a time limit has elapsed, this call will be presented again or routed
according to the system configuration
Line 4: Bill placed this call in consultation hold mode, perhaps prior to answering line 1. Other group
members see it as busy
Line 5: Is free
An MLA group can be overlapped to allow flexible call management and presentation.
MLA product restrictions
Up to 2,000 MLA user groups can be configured per OmniPCX node
Up to 100 phones can belong to the same MLA user group
A given phone can belong to up to 60 MLA groups
Every phone in an MLA group must belong to the same OmniPCX node
On Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, for the MLA function, add-on key modules are
recommended
2.1.2.18
Manager/assistant
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server provides powerful multidirectional
manager/assistant configurations. A manager may have several assistants and an assistant may
screen (or filter) calls for several managers, depending on the number of the keys available on the
phone. The manager can have screened lines and private lines. Up to four different screening
scenarios can be defined per manager phone and associated with the screened lines. For example:
screening all calls, screening all calls except a list of internal or external ISDN/PSTN callers, screening
external calls only. To activate a scenario, the manager selects the corresponding key. The manager
has several assistants, and can apply one scenario to a particular assistant by pressing the speed dial
key.
Note: On Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, for the manager/assistant function, add-on key
modules are recommended.
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The following table lists the meaning of the icons (or LEDs) associated with the dial call key:
This feature is available for:
Type of telephone
Alcatel-Lucent IP
Alcatel-Lucent OT
Touch
8232DECT
8028/8038/8068 / Handsets
Alcatel-Lucent
8029/8039
DeskPhone
Feature availability
YES
YES
Visual guidance
YES
-
UPK
-
-
SPK
YES
-
Access feature with screen Soft key
key
Directory
YES
-
-
-
Access to feature using the keypad
-
-
Access feature with icon
key
UPK: User Programmable Key
SPK: system Programmable Key
The specific manager/assistant configuration allows for:
Manager/assistant speed dial
The key assigned to this feature allows direct speed dialing between the manager and the assistant,
even if call forwarding has been activated.
Taking into account that the assistant is away
An assistant has a specific key to indicate their presence or absence to the manager(s). If the
assistant is present, and no screening (filtering) is engaged, the icon associated with speed dial does
not appear. If the icon appears, the assistant is present and the calls are screened. If the icon
flashes, the assistant is away or absent.
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Overflowing calls to another assistant
An overflow assistant is activated automatically when the main assistant has activated the assistant
absent key. When the overflow assistant also activates the absence key, the screening is
automatically canceled.
Discreet listen-in
This feature lets a manager monitor a conversation between the assistant and a caller on a screened
line only. While the manager is listening, the manager’s microphone is off and the assistant is
informed by the display. During monitoring, the manager may take over the call.
Text messaging
An assistant can send a short text message to a manager during a call, and the text message is
displayed immediately
Call screening
The different screening (filtering) options may be activated either by the manager or by the assistant
from their respective phones.
The following tables list the meaning of the icons (or LEDs) associated with filtering:
2.1.2.19
Supervision
Supervision of a directory number
This feature grants call supervision (observation of status) and call pickup rights to another AlcatelLucent Digital or IP phone. A supervised directory number can be the number of a single line or
multiline phone. Several phones may supervise the same directory number. Each supervising phone
has one key per supervised number, and the number of the objects supervised depends on the free
keys on the supervision phone. The following table summarizes the icon (or LED, on sets without
displays) status and the result of the action for each status of a supervised directory number key:
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Supervision of a trunk group
This feature allows the supervision and pickup of an incoming call on a trunk group. The following
table presents the icon status (or LED, on sets without displays) and the result of the action for each
status of a supervised trunk group:
Supervision of a trunk
This feature allows the supervision and pickup of an incoming call on a trunk. The following table
presents the icon status (or LED, on sets without displays) status and the result of the action for each
status of a supervised trunk:
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The following phones can supervise an object:
Type of phone
Premium
Premium
DeskPhones
DeskPhones
8068/8038 / 8039 8028 / 8029
IP Touch
4008/4018 /
4019 Digital
Phone
OT8232DECT
Handsets
Feature availability
YES
YES
YES
YES
Visual guidance
YES
YES
YES
YES
Access feature with UPK
icon key
SPK
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Access feature with Soft key
screen key
Directory
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Access to feature using the
keypad
-
-
-
-
UPK: user programmable key
SPK: system programmable key
Visual guide can be either screen or LED information
Voice mailbox supervision
Voice mail supervision allows a user or group of users to supervise and access the voice mailboxes of
other users.
This feature can also be used by a group of mobile users when someone else, such as a group
assistant, needs to manage their voice mailboxes.
A voice mailbox is usually dedicated to a user as a personal resource, and access to this resource is
only permitted for this user:
 Message notification is indicated with the icons and message LEDs available on the user’s
Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phone
 Alcatel-Lucent 4635 and 4645 can be configured to notify an external phone when a voice
mail message is deposited
The following table presents the icon status (or LED, on sets without displays) status and the result
of the action for each status of a supervised mailbox.
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If a user wants to listen to and manage their messages, they can access the voice mail system from
their desk phone or from any external phone, such as a mobile phone.
A voice mailbox may be supervised by up to 100 users (20 users across an ABC F2 network).
2.1.3 Set customization
2.1.3.1 Guide key [MENU] or information key [i]
A menu or information key is available on Reflexes sets. This key provides help about telephone
customization (soft-keys, language, etc.) when the phone is in the idle state. Information is displayed
by the system in a user-friendly way.
On Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series sets, the information key gives the content of programmable keys
defined in the PERSO tab.
2.1.3.2 Increasing handset volume
On all Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, before or during a call, a user can adjust the handset or
speaker volume by using the - (minus) and + (plus) keys.
2.1.3.3 Hands-free operation
Depending on the type of phone used, during incoming and outgoing calls, the user can speak
without using the handset. The hands-free feature can be cancelled at any time by pressing the
hands-free key.
2.1.3.4 Headset on Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series
A headset can be connected to most Alcatel-Lucent 8/9 series (except Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch
4008/4018 Phone and 4019 Digital Phone sets) phones with the following services:
 Handset/headset mode
 Manual/automatic connection (in manual mode the hands-free key allows the user to pick up
an incoming call)
 Call release key
2.1.3.5 Adjustment of ringing tone
Users can select the melody and adjust the volume of the ringing tone.
2.1.3.6 Ringing per call type
You can differentiate the type of incoming call according to both the ringing melody and frequency
for Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, and the ringing frequency for analog phones. The types of
incoming calls that can be differentiated on analog phones are:
 Internal call
 External call
 Meet-me reminder
 Attendant call
 Forwarded call
 Callback
 Priority call
The types of incoming calls that can be differentiated on Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones are:
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


Internal call
External call
Manager call
Priority call
2.1.3.7 Advanced home bar display
For Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP phones, the display typically contains:
 A Home Bar with date and time or status
 A communication icon
 A forwarding icon
 A headset icon (if connected) for Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 8028/29/38/39/68
 Three tabs (by default): Menu, Perso and Info (except 4008/18/19)
The Communication Server manages the content of the tabs and the Home Bar.
The Home Bar, by default, indicates the time and date and if a headset is connected, an icon is
displayed. It can be configured to display the same information and other current settings, such as:
 Filtering (only on manager sets, in a manager/assistant configuration)
 Forward, or forward on main line
 Forward on second lines
 Forward to text message
 Do not disturb
Each information message is displayed in order and periodically. The display time for each message
can vary between 3 seconds and 10 seconds.
2.1.4 Specific user classes
A features class of service (or category) is assigned to each phone. It is used to determine which
services are available to all the users with the same class of service.
Up to 256 Classes of Service can be defined.
2.1.4.1 Controlled private calls
With the controlled private call feature, a company can track and charge back for personal outgoing
employee calls. The user is defined by the following items (whether or not the user has a phone):
 One directory number (virtual or real)
 One PIN
 One call class of service restriction for private calls
The user can make a private call according to the following rules:
 Only from the user's own phone
 From any authorized phone in the subnetwork
 From a few selected phones (if compatible with Class of Service for Connection)
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server controls the PIN code and two
employees cannot have the same PIN.
Such private calls can be forwarded to internal (including network) or external numbers.
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2.1.4.2 Off-hook Tone/howl (analog phone)
On an analog phone, if the user does not hang up after receiving the busy signal, the phone is put on
missed call status after a time delay. The phone receives a special tone with a high volume level
prompting the user to hang up.
2.1.4.3 Beep on external calls
A beep can be programmed on all external calls to notify users that they are using a costly service.
2.1.4.4 Automatic off-hook call
Automatic off-hook calls can be programmed to one of the following entities:
 Phone
 Hunting group
 Trunk group
 Attendant
 Speed dial (abbreviated) number
They can be time delayed (user or management programming) or immediate (management
programming).
2.1.4.5 Restricted rights: incoming calls only
A phone that is configured by management to receive only incoming calls generates a busy tone
when the user picks up the handset.
2.1.4.6 Privilege access override
The Feature Class of Service configuration provides the capability to an Alcatel-Lucent Digital and IP
phone to place a call to a phone even if the phone is forwarded or in “do not disturb” mode.
2.1.4.7 Modifying the password (personal code)
This service allows users to modify the password (personal code) on their phones. The system
administrator can deal with lost or forgotten passwords.
2.1.4.8 Compatibility between pieces of equipment
The system can prevent connections between phones or between trunk groups/trunks and phones.
System administration assigns a connection class of service, defining connection rights, to all pieces
of equipment.
2.1.4.9 Temporary/permanent protection against barge in (intrusion)
A phone can be protected against barge-in (intrusion) on a permanent or temporary basis according
to its class of service, by a prefix before making a call. Temporary protection against barge-in is
canceled as soon as the call ends.
2.1.4.10
Call overflow for out of service IP phones
An IP phone is seen as “Out of Service” if:
 It is an Alcatel-Lucent WLAN handset that goes outside the coverage area or is switched off
 The physical connection to the IP phone is broken
 An IP network problem or failure occurs causing a link terminal failure
 The IP phone is logically set as “Out of Service” for maintenance
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To maintain availability and service, “Overflow if Out of Service“ is used to designate a selected
associate number for IP Phones, or to send the call to the front office operator number in the case of
room sets in a hotel-hospital configuration.
Note: In the case of a remote extension, where the twin set feature is used, the associated number
can be a GSM set. When this is the case, calls to an “out of service” IP phone are directed to the GSM
set.
2.1.4.11
External call restriction (barring)
During access to a public or private external line, it is possible for the system to monitor the dialing
by the user and authorize the call according to pre-defined rights. The first digits dialed are checked.
If the first digits dialed correspond to an authorized number, the number is sent; otherwise, the user
receives the busy tone or a voice guide. External numbers of up to 20 digits may be analyzed. Each
phone has four classes of service restrictions, according to the installation state (day, night,
forwarding 1, forwarding 2).
The attendant can transfer a trunk to an extension after the user dials the outgoing prefix or
outgoing prefix and the country code, so that the user may make outgoing calls to specific
destinations on a one-at-a-time basis. The cost of the call can be charged to the user.
2.1.4.12
External call restriction (barring) on transfer
If phone A transfers an external call to phone B, and phone B does not have the rights to be
connected to an external caller, the call is disconnected.
2.1.4.13
Automatic entity lock
The automatic entity lock is used to lock all sets in an entity according to a calendar of days of the
week. The sets concerned are locked as if they had been individually locked by their user.
2.1.5 Supplementary ISDN services
Supplementary or additional services offered by the public carrier may be used on an Alcatel-Lucent
phone. These services can be:
–
Calling line identification restriction/presentation (CLIR/CLIP)
–
Unanswered call directory (16 numbers or names)
–
User to user signaling (eight text messages UUS 1)
–
Malicious call identification
–
Calling line presentation (CLIP): the number sent by the remote installation can be
translated into a name
–
Sub-addressing
2.2 Premium Deskphones
The Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhones benefit from a new industrial design to enhance telephony
experience. They come with an adjustable foot stand, enhanced audio quality, improved usability
with backlit displays, dedicated functions keys and alphabetic keyboards.
Alcatel-Lucent 80x9 are digital deskphones and Alcatel-Lucent 80x8 are IP deskphones. They are
equipped with an alphabetic keyboard and an adjustable foot stand ranging from 25° to 60°.
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Phone capabilities can be extended with Premium Add-on 10 & 40 keys modules or Premium Smart
display 14 keys module.
2.2.1 8068/8068BT Premium DeskPhones
A Bluetooth®
handset or wired
Comfort Handset
Hearing Aid
Compatible
LED


Flashing blue: arrival of a new call
Flashing orange: alarm


Color screen
10 dedicated functions
keys
Navigation and selection keys
3.5 mm headset
jack
Permanent features keys : Quick
access to the phone’s main
features
Alphabetic
keyboard
A wideband speaker for optimized sound
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2.2.2 8038/8039 Premium DeskPhones
LED


Flashing blue: arrival of a new call
Flashing orange: alarm
Comfort Handset
Hearing Aid
Compatible


Monochrome screen
10 dedicated functions
keys
Navigation and selection keys
3.5 mm headset
jack
Permanent features keys: Quick
access to the phone’s main features
Alphabetic
keyboard
A wideband speaker for optimized sound
2.2.3 8028/8029 Premium DeskPhones
LED


Flashing blue: arrival of a new call
Flashing orange: alarm
Comfort Handset
Hearing Aid
Compatible
Monochrome screen
6 dedicated functions keys
4 programmable keys with Led and
paper labels
3.5 mm headset
jack
Navigation and selection keys
Alphabetic
keyboard
Permanent features keys : Quick
access to the phone’s main
features
A wideband speaker for optimized sound
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2.2.4 Welcome screens
From these screens you have access to all the features of your phone. By default, they are three
pages accessible by pressing on the tab of each page on the top of the screen. The selected page is
highlighted.




Menu page:
Provides access to all available functions and applications, by pressing the key for the desired
feature or application. From this page, it is possible to adjust the ringer volume, program the
time of an appointment, lock the terminal, define the page displayed by default, configure
voice mail, and access telephone functions such as calling back one of the last numbers, or
intercepting incoming calls.
Perso page:
Contains call line keys (allowing supervision of calls) and programmable call keys.
Info page:
Contains information on the telephone and the status of its functions: name, telephone
number, number of messages, activation of transfer function, appointment reminder, etc.
/
Transfer icon: Pressing the key next to this icon allows to program or change the
programmed transfer
2.2.5 Status icons/Call icons
Icons giving information on specific configurations of the phone or on call status are displayed in the
top bar of the screen.
Headset connected
Incoming call icon
Telephone locked
Call in progress icon
Appointment programmed
Call hold icon
2.2.6 Navigation
OK key: used to validate your choices and options while programming configuring
feature.
Left-right navigator: used to move from one page to another and display information
about current calls (call in progress, calls on hold, incoming call).
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Up-down navigator: used to scroll through the content of a page.
Back/Exit key Use this key to go back to the previous step.
2.2.7 Permanent features keys
They are located just above the loudspeaker.
Mute and interphony key.
In conversation press this key to disconnect the microphone so that the other cannot hear
you. When the phone is idle, press this key to set up the phone in interphony mode. When
you receive a call, the phone hooks off automatically and you are directly in conversation in
handsfree mode. When activated, the key is lit blue.
Turn down the volume.
Turn up the volume.
Pressing this key answers an incoming call in handsfree mode (the key is lit blue). When a
call is active, pressing on this key switches from handsfree to headset or handset.
Programmable keys (F1 and F2 keys). Lit when the function associated with the key is
activated. A service or a direct call can be associated to these keys.
Redial key: to access the 'Redial' feature.


A short press dials the last number
A long press displays the last 10 numbers dialed. Select the number to dial
Information key: used to obtain information on functions of the "menu" page and to
program the "perso" page keys.
Messaging key to access various mail services.
This key is lit when you have received a new voice message, text message or callback
request.
2.2.8 Alphabetic keyboard
Your set is provided with an alphabetic keyboard depending on your country and language:
 Country variants:
o AZERTY
o QWERTZ
o QWERTY (International)
o QWERTY (Nordic)
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Use the keyboard to enter contact names while configuring the phone. Access the dial by name
feature by entering the name of your correspondent on the keyboard.
The keyboard includes functional keys to edit your text entries.
Cursor moving keys (left, right, up and down). Helps you to navigate in an edit box.
Press the Alt key to access the left and up navigation.
Caps lock: to write text in capital letters.
Alt key: to access specific characters and punctuation marks.
Enter key: to validate an edited text.
Backspace key: to delete one character in an edit box.
2.2.9 Bluetooth 1.2 wireless connectivity (8068/8068BT)
Cordless freedom at the desktop is possible with a Bluetooth handset
10-m coverage
• Superlative sound quality
• Pick up and hang up key, volume settings, ringing and battery
integrated with the handset
2.2.10
Connectivity
80x8 IP DeskPhones
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Various connections to allow phone
extensions
 Add-on module connector
(SATA type)
 One 10/100/1000 Gigabit
Ethernet connector (LAN)
 One 10/100/1000 Gigabit
Ethernet connector (PC)
 1 RJ9 connector for a corded
handset
 1 RJ9 connector for
alphanumerical keyboard
 1 RJ 11 connector for external
ringer and audio active
envelop indicator
 One DC power jack for an
external power adaptor
Adjustable and
stable foot
80x9 Digital DeskPhones
Various connections to allow
phone extensions
 Add-on module
connector (SATA type)
 One 10/100/1000 Gigabit
Ethernet connector (LAN)
 1 RJ9 connector for a
corded handset
 1 RJ9 connector for
alphanumerical keyboard
 1 RJ 11 connector for
Digital Line, external
ringer and audio active
envelop indicator
Adjustable
and stable
foot
2.2.11 Premium DeskPhone technical specifications
80x8 IP DeskPhones
Physical characteristics
 Width: 252 mm (9,92 in)
 Depth: including alphabetical keyboard 200 mm (7,87 in)
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

Height: 204 mm (8,03 in)
Weight: 1450g (3.20 lb.)
Power
 Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) Class 2
 Optional Transformer: 100 V AC to 240 V AC/48 V DC
 Maximum power (w/o Add-on) 8068 BT: 5,3W; 8068: 4,9W; 8038: 4,6W; 8028: 4,3W
Audio characteristics
 Comfort handset for 8068, 8038 & 8028, Bluetooth handset for 8068 BT, Hearing Aid
Compatible (HAC).
 Full-duplex speakerphone, acoustic echo cancellation
 Wideband G722, G711 (A-law and Mu-law)
 G729 AB, G723.1 voice activity detection (VAD), comfort noise generation (CNG)
Network and provisioning
 DHCP and static IP
o Manual or dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) network setup
 QoS support
o IEEE 802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 TOS, DSCP, and QoS Tickets
 IEEE 802.1 AB/LLDP-MED client (automatic VLAN acquisition, PoE management, inventory
information)
 Energy Efficient Ethernet 802.3 az support
Security
 Authentication: basic or digest, 802.1x
o 802.1x Message Digest 5 (MD5)/TLS: For authentication, customer certificates
management (with centralized deployment)
o Denial of service (DoS) attack protection: Flooding
o ARP Spoofing protection
 Transport: TLS 1.2/1.0 and SRTP
o Encryption and authentication of the signaling traffic;
o Encryption of media traffic.
 Shipped with (X509v3 ) certificate installed
o Certificates for 802.1x EAP-TLS (either Alcatel-Lucent or customer certificates)
80x9 Digital Phones
Physical characteristics
 Width: 252 mm (9,92 in)
 Depth: including alphabetical keyboard 200 mm (7.87 in)
 Height: 204 mm (8.03 in)
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
Weight: 1340 g (3,17 lb.)
Power
 Power over digital line
 Maximum power (w/o Add-on): 8039 – 735 mW; 8029 – 912 mW
Audio characteristics
 Comfort Handset for 8039 & 8029, Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC).
 Full-duplex speakerphone, acoustic echo cancellation
 G711 (A-law and Mu-law)
Premium DeskPhone Languages
 Multi-language support (menu) : Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish,
French, German, Greek ,Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian,
Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Slovak, Slovenian, Swedish, Taiwanese,
Turkish
2.2.12 Add-on modules
Smart display module
The smart display module can be connected to the phone to extend its capabilities. This large LCD
display allows for quick and easy paperless identification of associated function keys.
Smart display
The smart display module provides users with 14 additional direct access buttons. Up to three smart
display modules can be connected to one phone. Smart display modules cannot be mixed with 10-key
and 40-key modules.
Paper-labeled modules
Extension modules with paper labels can be connected to a phone to increase the number of
programmable function keys. The additional keys may be used for direct station selection, Busy Lamp
Field, line appearance and other functions.
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Two paper-labeled extension modules — 10-key and 40-key modules — are available for all phones.
Each phone can accommodate up to 50 additional keys.
2.2.13 Digital options
Alcatel-Lucent interface modules offer additional flexibility and openness. They allow peripheral
equipment to be added to any system, which reduces the cost of cabling.
The AP interface module supports connections of analog devices such as fax and plain
old telephone service (POTS) using just one line.
The S0 interface module supports connections of S0 devices and takes advantage of
ISDN services.
The V.24/CTI interface module allows a phone to be connected to a computer, a Braille
console or any other V.24 device to enable transmission and reception of data using a
telephone line.
These interface modules are only available for Alcatel-Lucent Digital Phones.
2.3 OpenTouch™ Connection for 8082
2.3.1 Quick overview
The Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch™ Connection for 8082 is a new usage brought by the Alcatel-Lucent
8082 My IC Phone device. This new usage is taking benefit of the fully featured integrated IP
connectivity and telephony already available on Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhones (8068 Premium)
sets by using the Alcatel-Lucent New Office Environment (NOE) protocol,
It offers an unprecedented level of comfort at the desk with high-quality wideband audio capacity
and always-on availability. Its capacitive touch screen integrated into its award-winning design brings
intuitive ergonomics and enhanced effective usage compared to a more standard business phone.
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2.3.2 Screen ergonomics
The LCD screen is a touch sensitive screen.
Touch any button to activate a feature (or display the corresponding window).
At the base of the screen are touch sensitive buttons with LED symbols for direct access to features.
The LEDS are lit for each active feature displayed, regardless of the status (idle, busy) of the set.
Touching a LED activates/deactivates the corresponding feature.
Phone set characteristics
Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch™ Connection for 8082
Dimensions (LxWxH)
252 mm x 167 mm x 204 mm
Wall mounted (mm)
N/A
Weight
Phone including handset (g)
1411 gr (3.11 lbs.)
Display
Seven-inch screen graphical Thin Film Transistor- Liquid Crystal
Display (TFT-LCD) color touch-screen display
Resolution
800 x 480 (WVGA)
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Screen
Capacitive touch-screen
Backlight
Yes
KEYS
9 sensitive Keys
Programmable keys
Up to 70 softkeys
2 soft personal keys/lighted
Validation (OK) and exit keys Yes (soft)
Message key + LED
Yes
Redial
Yes (soft)
Alarm LED
Yes
Hands free key with LED
Yes
Settings key
Yes
Hands-free mode
Yes
External loudspeaker
Yes
Mute/Volume keys
Yes
Handset
Comfort or Bluetooth
Headset plug 3.5 mm
Yes
Alphabetic keyboard
Yes (soft)
Characters supported for
dial-by-name and entry of
programmable key labels
Latin
Phone stand
Adjustable (from 25° to 60°)
Must not be used under 25° for correct usage of Bluetooth handset
Additional key modules
No
Smart display module
No
Additional PC connectivity
Yes
External power supply
Yes
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adapter
IEEE 802.3 at full compliance Yes
Class of consumption
Class 3
The 8082 My IC Phone set supports 802.3AF power over Ethernet (PoE) (Class 3), and the maximum
power in use is less than 8.2 W. An open connectivity supports easy expansion with a 10/100/1000
Ethernet switch for LAN and PC connectivity, an embedded Bluetooth chipset, a 3.5 mm headset port,
as well as connectors for handset.
To reduce and simplify the wiring requirements, the 8082 My IC Phone is powered via Ethernet, using
PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology. It also allows the system to be secured more easily. In some
customer deployment the power adapter can be directly used.
Two references exist in the catalog, one delivers the phone with a Bluetooth handset, the other
reference delivers the phone with a Comfort handset.
2.3.3 Navigation
The quick access pad is a set of touch-sensitive keys with LED symbols for direct access to phone
features. The LEDS are lit for each active feature displayed, regardless of the status (idle, busy) of
the phone. Touching an LED activates/deactivates the corresponding feature.
The table below indicates the default meaning of LEDs.
Mute
Volume Volume +
Answer call in handsfree or switch
from handsfree/ headset/ external
audio equipment
Call forwarding menu
Access to the “Messages” menu of
the phone
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Keyboard access (dial by name or
input text functions)
Device settings (keyboard language,
dialpad position, screensaver tempo
and backlight level)
Home (return to idle mode)
The screen:
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2.4 SIP deskphones
2.4.1 8002/8012 Deskphones
Alcatel-Lucent 8002 and 8012 Deskphones can
operate in SIP standalone mode to communicate via
the SIP interface of the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX
Enterprise Communication Server. Following their
registration to the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise
Communication Server, they operate as integrated
SIP sets and benefit from a large range of business
telephony features, so far reserved for internal
Alcatel-Lucent proprietary devices.
BENEFITS
 Meet eco-friendly and low energy
consumption standards
 Easy access to audio controls (mute, volume
+/-, handsfree, headset)
 Simple navigation through up/down/ok keys
 Message Waiting Indication: Voice mail access
and missed calls access are guaranteed from
the phone set (dedicated key and LED
indicator)
 Three-party conferences are locally handled
by sets
 Server redundancy is supported by sets
(Communication Server duplication, Passive
Communication Server)
You can immediately access all of their powerful features and services with:





A character-based display
Two-way navigation menu buttons
Display languages include Latin and Cyrillic characters
Giga Ethernet PC connectivity on 8012
Jack connector for headset plug, easy and comfort to handle efficient
business communications
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Phone sets characteristics
Dimensions (WxLxH)
Display
Phone only: 161 x 196 x 190 mm
(6.33 x 7.71 x 7.48 in.)
Resolution: 20 characters
Weight
black & white
Phone only : 810 gr (1.78lb)
Other features
Size (mm): 75*12
Keys
Navigator: 2 directions
Hands-free mode
Home/OK/cancel keys
External loudspeaker
Message key + LED
Handset: Corded Comfort
Hands free/Headset/Handset key with LED
Headset plug 3.5 mm (8012 only)
Mute/Volume keys
Additional GE PC connectivity (8012 only)
Languages
Energy Efficient Ethernet :
802.3 AZ support (8012 only)
22 languages supported
Settings
External power supply adapter
Contrast
Ringing mode : normal/silent/progressive/beep
Accessories
Headset (catalog availability)
Ringing melody (8 options)
Applicative and Telephony Services
Make / Receive call
Local auto answer (interphony)
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Call transfer
outgoing ) up to 50 entries in each
Local Call forwarding
Redial
Local CLIR
DTMF
Reject Call
Call Hold/ resume
Voice Mail Access / Message Waiting Indication (voice
mail & missed calls)
3 party conferences
Local directory (add/edit/delete – up to 10 entries)
2.4.2 4008/4018 SIP Phones
Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 4008/4018 phone Extended Edition sets can operate in SIP standalone mode
to communicate via the SIP interface of the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication
Server. Following their registration to the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server,
they operate as integrated SIP sets and benefit from a large range of business telephony features, so
far reserved for internal Alcatel-Lucent proprietary devices.
In SIP survivability mode, the Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 4008/4018 phone Extended Edition sets can
also operate in a standard SIP environment when registered to the remote SIP proxy server of an
operator. They have a limited set of telephone features (compared to those available with the AlcatelLucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server).
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SIP mode is activated directly on the AlcatelLucent phone set or via the lanpbx
configuration file (TFTP/HTTP server)
Easy return to the Alcatel-Lucent proprietary
mode is possible at any time
Voice mail access is guaranteed from the
phone set (dedicated key and LED indicator)
Dedicated fixed keys are still available (access
to lines 1/2, forwarding
activation/deactivation)
Programmable keys are automatically
associated to a specific telephony service
(Speed dialing)
Three-party conferences are locally handled
by sets
Server redundancy is supported by sets
(Communication Server duplication, Passive
Communication Server)
A set of paper label is proposed for a quick and easy identification of associated keys.
2.5 Headsets
2.5.1 Corded headsets
All phones except the Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 4008 and IP Touch 4018 and the Alcatel-Lucent 4019
Digital Phone are equipped with a 3.5-mm headset plug.
The headset plug allows users to connect to:
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Monaural headsets, which are intended for office users and can be mounted either
as an ear hook or headband.
Binaural headsets, which are intended for active users who want a secure, fixed
headset while communicating on the move or in noisy, telephone-intensive
environments such as warehouses or shop floors.
2.5.2 Cordless headsets
Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch 4068, Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch™ 8082 My IC Phone and Alcatel-Lucent
8068/ 8068BT Premium Deskphone embed a Bluetooth module which allows Bluetooth headset
connection to the phone.
The Voyager Legend Bluetooth headset provides professional grade audio, smart
call management and offers multi-point technology for pairing simultaneously a
desktop phone and a mobile phone.
2.6 Audio & Conference devices
2.6.1 OmniTouch™ 4135 SIP Conference Phone
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch™ 4135 SIP Conference Phone is a high-quality, easy-to-use audio
conferencing module. SIP-based, it offers four simultaneous connections to create a five-way call for
more efficient conferences. Calls can be recorded (on an SD memory card) and stored.
The conference guide enables calls to pre-programmed groups. With expansion microphones, the
OmniTouch 4135 SIP Conference Phone is the business phone of choice for large conferences.
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Up to four user profiles can be saved with settings and contact details
Call recording function on the SD memory card enables meetings and file notes to be saved
and transferred to a computer
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A conference guide enables group calls – All participants in a group can be contacted at the
same time with one button access. Up to 20 groups can be stored per profile.
It contains an LDAP client with direct access to the directory via a dedicated key
It is easy to configure with the Web interface – Settings can be imported and exported to
other OmniTouch 4135 IP Conference Phones.
Expansion for large rooms – A combination of the unit’s omnidirectional microphone with
directional microphones increases voice pickup by two (from 30 m2 (320 ft2) to 60 m2
(620ft2)).
Technical Specification
Physical characteristics
 Diameter: 240 mm, height: 77 mm, weight: 1 kg (2.2 lb.) color: Licorice (black)
Display
 LCD, 128x64 pixels (5 in. x 2.5 in.)
Keypad
 Keypad: alphanumeric 0–9, *,on, off, mute, hold, volume up, volume down
 Five buttons for menu navigation, contacts (line), and conference guide
Audio characteristics
 OmniSound®* 2.0 wideband technology
 Microphone
o Omnidirectional
o Reception area: Up to 30 m2 (320 ft2) for more than 10 people in a room
 Speakers
o Frequency range: 200 Hz to 7000 Hz
o Volume: Max 90 dB SPL 0.5 m
o Equalizer: Soft, neutral, sharp
 Codecs
o G722, G711 (A-law and Mu-law), G729ab
 DTMF
o In Band, via RTP, SIP info
Directory
 Local Phone Book, up to 1000 entries per profile
 LDAP client
Interoperability
 SIP 2.0, RFC 3261 and companion RFCs
Recording
 Support for SD memory cards up to 2 GB
Power
 Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) Class 3
 Transformer: 100 V AC to 240 V AC/13.5 V DC
Connections
 Ethernet: RJ-45, Expansion microphones (1 pair)
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Network and provisioning
 DHCP and static IP
 NTP and SNTP
 Ethernet: 10/100Base-T
 QoS support: IEEE 802.1p/Q tagging (VLAN), Layer 3 TOS and DSCP
 Software upgrade: HTTP/HTTPS
 Web-based remote configuration, Web-based diagnostics
 Provisioning: HTTP/HTTPS
Security
 Authentication: Basic or digest
 Transport: TLS and SRTP
 Anti-theft protection: Kensington®security slot
Languages
 Multi-language support (menu): Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek,
Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
2.6.2 81x5 Audioffice
The Alcatel-Lucent 8115 Audioffice and the Alcatel-Lucent 8125 Audioffice are next-generation
conference modules that add premium quality sound and easy-to-use audio conferencing capabilities
to Alcatel-Lucent Deskphones and Softphones.
Audioffice is a versatile smart object with a simple, uncluttered design and outstanding audio
performance that can greatly improve any conferencing situation. With six broadband speakers, four
digital microphones, a passive radiator for bass boost and immersive spatial sound, Audioffice will
foster more dynamic, nuanced and productive conversations between Alcatel-Lucent end-points for
business communications.
The Alcatel-Lucent 8115 Audioffice features a 3.5 mm input/output jack to connect to Alcatel-Lucent
Deskphones, and a USB port to connect to Personal Computers.
The Alcatel-Lucent 8125 Audioffice features a 3.5 mm input/output jack to connect to Alcatel-Lucent
Deskphones, a USB port to connect to Personal Computers, Bluetooth connectivity for Bluetooth
enabled deskphones, smartphone and tablet and a universal docking solution for smartphones and
tablets.
Alcatel-Lucent 8115 Audioffice
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Alcatel-Lucent 8125 Audioffice
Technical Specification
Physical characteristics
 Module: 29 cm x 11.5 cm x 5.25 cm (11.4 in x 4.5 in x 2 in)
 Optional USB handset 17.8 cm x 5.1 cm x 3.2 cm (6.7 in x 2 in x 1.3 in)
 Weight: 2.36 kg (5.2 lb.)
 Color: black
Keys
 On/off button
 Volume with long push for Bluetooth pairing (8125 model only)
 Glass Touch to Mute
Audio characteristics
 In Vivo Acoustic technology:
o 6 broadband speakers
o 4 digital microphones
o 1 passive radiator for bass boost
o Immersive spatial sound
 Acoustic Power : 72 W
o Bandwidth: 100 Hz - 7500 Hz
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o Automatic gain control
o Acoustic echo cancellation
o Noise cancellation
o 3D sound spatialization
o Stereo with spatialization
Interoperability
 Alcatel-Lucent 8115 and 8125 Audioffice 3.5 mm input/output audio jack:
o Alcatel-Lucent 8012 Deskphone,
o Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhones 8028/29, 8038/39, 8068/8068BT
o Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8082 MyIC Phone
 Alcatel-Lucent 8115 and 8125 Audioffice USB:
o Type B - slave - for Personal Computer
 Alcatel-Lucent 8125 Audioffice Bluetooth:
o Alcatel-Lucent Premium DeskPhones : 8068/8068BT
o Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8082 MyIC Phone
o Android™ smartphones and tablets
o Apple® iPod touch™ 3rd and 4th generation
o Apple® iPad™, iPad 2 and iPad air and iPad mini
o Apple® iPhone™ 5C/5S, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS
Power
 Transformer: 100V - 240V/ 12V - 3A AC adapter
Connections
 Alcatel-Lucent 8115 Audioffice
o 3.5 mm input/output audio jack
o 3 USB ports: 2 Type A USB, 1 Type B - slave
 Alcatel-Lucent 8125 Audioffice
o 3.5mm input/output audio jack
o 3 USB ports: 2 Type A USB, 1 Type B – slave
o Bluetooth
o 30 pin, Lightning and micro-USB cables for docking connectivity and Universal Dock
Adapter
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3 On-site mobile DECT and WLAN handsets
3.1 OmniMobility WLAN
3.1.1 WLAN Offer
In many business environments, mobility is an ever increasing priority, but the ways in which endusers communicate evolve constantly. Within company premises, end-users get accustomed to
comfortable and efficient methods to ensure voice and data communication exchanges. Away from
the desks, but still at work, they are entitled to expect the same facilities and services.
Alcatel-Lucent, the leader in wireless voice solutions for the workplace, offers the industry's most
advanced Voice over IP (VoIP) service for Wireless LAN (WLAN) networks, namely VoWLAN (Voice
over Wireless LAN) or VoIP on WLAN.
To meet corporate user mobility requirements in company premises, Alcatel-Lucent provides a range
of VoWLAN solutions for businesses in search of a scalable, secure WLAN network to deliver high
performance user access, supporting location tracking applications.
Based on global standards for WLANs, Alcatel-Lucent VoWLAN solutions simplify network
infrastructure by allowing converged voice and data traffic over a common wireless broadband
(802.11a/b/g/n) network.
3.1.2 VoWLAN handsets
Alcatel-Lucent offers the industry's most versatile and complete wireless solution for the workplace.
Mobile IP Touch Wireless Telephones are designed for a broad range of enterprise applications, from
general office to industrial use.
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets provide:
 Time saving benefits for voice and data applications
 Alcatel-Lucent proprietary protocol phone services such as caller name display for phone book
members
 Excellent voice quality throughout the workplace
 Improvements for mobility, responsiveness, and productivity
The lightweight OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets are extremely simple to use, require minimal
training, and are durable enough to withstand the rigors of workplace use. The rugged design has no
moving parts or external antenna. A complete set of accessories is available including headsets,
chargers, and carrying cases. OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handset offer more than just telephone
communication.
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A push-to-talk functionality is available with the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8128 WLAN Handset to
broadcast communication between employees, eliminating the need for two-way radios or walkietalkies. By putting Wireless to Work, Alcatel-Lucent has helped many commercial enterprises to
improve productivity, responsiveness, and customer service.
Alcatel-Lucent's enterprise telephony integration capabilities, standards-based wireless architecture,
excellent voice quality, and portfolio of handsets make Mobile IP Touch wireless telephones the right
choice for wireless LAN telephony.
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server R10.0 supports configurations without
any additional servers for WLAN handsets in an Alcatel-Lucent WLAN infrastructure. The AlcatelLucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets support:
 802.11e Wi-Fi Multi Media (WMM)
 Enhanced Distributed Channel Access (EDCA)
 WMM Power Save (U-APSD)
Security
Wi-Fi sets are able to support the WPA2 security mechanism. This protocol is based on the final IEEE
802.11i amendment of the 802.11 standard.
WPA2, like WPA, has two operational modes: Enterprise and Personal.
Enterprise mode uses:
 PEAP-MSCHAPv2
 EAP-TLS
 EAP-FAST
Personal mode:
 Based on a PreShared Key model, WPA2, like WPA, creates a new session key at every
association.
The encryption keys used for each client are unique on the network and specific to each client.
Ultimately, every client sends packets over the air, encrypted with a unique key. WPA2 is more robust
than WPA. WPA2 uses the AES encryption algorithm instead of RC4 Security (used by the first version
of WPA).
Rogue AP detection is performed by the WLAN controller.
Site requirements
The existing WLAN infrastructure must be studied for compatibility with the Wi-Fi telephony. This
includes the following tasks:
 All WLAN products must be part of a certified list for compliancy.
 Refer to the "Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets on Specific WLAN
Infrastructures" available on the Business Portal.
 The topology has to be studied in order to ensure enough bandwidth for voice
communication.
 The IP scheme used (L2 and L3) needs to be analyzed to fit the architecture.
To ensure correct RF coverage for providing seamless handovers, a Voice site survey is mandatory.
3.1.2.1 Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch WLAN Handsets
The Alcatel-Lucent converged voice and data mobility offer is a future-proof, secure and optimized
solution. It is based on the Alcatel-Lucent OmniAccess WLAN Wireless data portfolio (switches, access
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points, etc.) plus the feature-rich voice over WLAN product line of OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
Handset.
IP Touch WLAN telephone sets allow enterprises to take advantage of the cost savings and simplified
management of a converged voice and data infrastructure to significantly improve employee mobility,
responsiveness, and productivity.
The Alcatel-Lucent WLAN telephony offers the following products:
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets are fully integrated with the AlcatelLucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server as they support the Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch
protocol and offer the entire OmniPCX Enterprise set of communication services available during
conversations or from the idle state. These services are easily activated by the user in order to
improve communication capabilities in business environments.
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118 WLAN Handset is designed for office collaboration and the
Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8128 WLAN Handset is designed for industrial and intensive usage.
The following table presents the physical features of the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
Handsets.
Mechanical characteristics
Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch
8118 WLAN Handset
Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch
8128 WLAN Handset
Color
front panel/bezel/keys
Black/Silver/Silver
Black/Black/Black
Dimensions (hxwxl)
134x53x26 mm
5,27x2,08x1,02 in
Weight
136g
4,8oz
Display type
B/W graphical
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Display size (pixels)
112x115
176x220
Display backlight
Yes
Keypad backlight
No
Yes
Hands free capability
No
Yes
Headset connector
Yes
Additional information
Belt clip (standard) Yes
Yes
Belt clip (swivel)
Accessory
Security chain hole
Yes
Talk time hours
Up to 15
Standby time
Up to 100 hours
Charging time
2,5 hours
Operating Temp.
-5 +45°C,
+23 +113°F
Operating humidity
10 to 95% non-condensing
3.1.2.2 Key Features and Capabilities
Alcatel-Lucent has enhanced its line of professional VoWLAN handsets supported by the OmniPCX
Enterprise.
The Alcatel-Lucent VoWLAN handsets offer:
 Access to the same level of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise telephone features as provided by DECT
handsets
 Access to the push-to-talk service (Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8128 WLAN Handset only)
 Integrated speakerphone for hands-free and wireless conference applications (group listening)
Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8128 WLAN Handset only.
 Interchangeable battery units to support the most demanding enterprise usage requirements
 Enhanced durability for shock and vibration and the IP 44 IEC60529 standard for liquid and
dust resistance
 Compatibility with enterprise-grade VoWLAN networks with interoperability and performance
guaranteed
 Voice quality using standard Wireless Multimedia mechanism (WMM)
o Compliant with the Alcatel-Lucent VoWLAN infrastructure
o Depending on the VoWLAN infrastructure support
 Secure, private conversations using VoWLAN protected access (WPA/WPA2)
OmniTouch WLAN handset features are fully integrated in the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise
Communication Server and offer a set of communication services. Available during conversations or
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from the idle state, these services are easily activated to improve the communication capabilities in
business environments.
Note: The OmniTouch WLAN handset cannot be:
 An agent set
 An attendant set
 The WLAN handset cannot manage an application access through graphical display, or an
access to the Free desktop application.
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch WLAN Handsets use the Alcatel-Lucent New Office Environment (NOE)
protocol, and so are fully compatible with the OmniPCX Enterprise and access services transparently.
The main feature difference between desktop IP Touch and OmniTouch WLAN handsets are the
following:
During a communication, menus on Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets, can be
used to activate the following functions:
 Consultation/Enquiry
 Broker call/Three-party conference
 Transfer
 Activation of one programmable key
 Callback request
In Idle mode (no engaged call), menus on Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets can
be selected to manage:
 Call forwarding
 Last caller callback
 Last number redial
 Call pickup
 Waiting call consultation
 Call Park/Retrieve
 Do not disturb
 Wake up/Appointment reminders
 Room status management
 Suite Wake up
 Password modification
 Meet me conference call organization
 Hunting group participation
 Voice mail consultation
 Business account code management
 Associated Set modification
The following telephony features are available on Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
Handsets:
 Call transfer
 Caller number/name display
 Call-back
 Conferencing
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Mute
Hang up
Answer
Waiting
DTMF number sent
Volume control
Directory access
Short-dialing keys
Possibility to go in/out a group line.
3.1.2.3 General View
The Alcatel-Lucent IP Touch WLAN handsets provide an efficient and comfortable user interface.
The physical design of the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets are similar except
for the Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8128 WLAN Handset which has a color screen and an additional
button dedicated to the push-to-talk service.
3.1.2.4 Software Characteristics
Software aspects
Radio frequency (selectable)
IEEE 802.11a: 5.150 - 5.825 GHz
IEEE 802.11b/g: 2.4 - 2.4835 GHz
Transmission type
802.11a/g: Orthogonal Frequency - Division Multiplexing (OFDM)
802.11b: Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS)
Transmit data rates
802.11b network: 11, 5.5, 2, 1 Mb/s, auto rate selection
802.11a/g: up to 54 Mb/s
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Transmit power
Up to 100 mW, less than 1 mW on average
Wireless QoS
Wi-Fi Multimedia (WMM)
U-APSD
Tspec
VoIP protocol
New Office Environment (NOE)
Voice encoding
G.711, G.729a/ab
Wireless security
WEP, WPA/PSK, WPA2/PSK
3.1.2.5 Accessories and Options
Charging Units
The charging unit provides direct charging to handsets whether they are on or off. Available chargers
are described below.
Single Charger
One slot for the handset. No LED indicator , the
handset displays the battery status
Basic charger delivered in commercial offer
Power supply independent from charger
Battery Charger
Charges up to six batteries for Alcatel-Lucent
OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN Handsets
Rack Charger
The Rack charger can be used to charge up to six
Alcatel-Lucent OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
Handsets simultaneously
Both models can use the same charger
This device is similar to a desktop charger but has
an USB port instead of a DC power connector. The
configuration cradle only maintains power feeding
during OT81x8 configuration but does not intend
to replace a desktop charger for battery loading.
WIN PDM software runs on a PC connected to a
configuration cradle and allows an easy
configuration of OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
Handset .
Note: At least one cradle tool is required for
OT81x8 configuration.
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Handset Accessories
Lanyard
Belt clip
Swivel clip
Supplementary battery
WIN PDM Administration Tool
Windows® Portable Device Manager (WIN PDM) is a software utility installed on a PC to facilitate
administration tasks for mobile devices. Connectivity is provided by a special cradle equipped with a
USB connector.
Although some parameters can be configured directly on the handset, the cradle provides a time
saving method for configuring network parameters effectively and uniformly.
It is designed as a time-saving device for rapid administration and configuration of a number of
handsets (firmware upgrades and configuration downloads).
Using WINPDM and Templates for all tasks will reduce the risk for errors and make the deployment
faster. Storing all handsets parameter files in the databases creates a status record of handsets
belonging to the same installation
Operations include:
 Software upgrades
 Setting the device to the number designated in the OmniPCX Enterprise numbering plan
 Profile allocation
 Device replacement (Applying the existing profile to a replacement device)
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NOE Parameters
The NOE protocol cannot be set from the WIN PDM. Assigning a phone number to the device is done
by registering the handset in the PBX in the normal fashion. When OmniTouch 8118/8128 WLAN
handsets are configured in static mode, TFTP parameters must be configured via WinPDM.
PC Requirements
The Pc requirements include:
 Windows® 7 or higher
 Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) version 6 or higher
 USB port (for connection to portable). USB 1.1 required, USB 2.0 supported
 Acrobat Reader 4.0 or higher
3.2 OmniMobility DECT
3.2.1 DECT Offer
To meet corporate user mobility requirements in company premises, the Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX
Enterprise Communication Server offers a wireless telephone service based on the international DECT
(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) standard.
The DECT standard is a cellular technology that uses the 1880/1900 MHz frequency band. DECT is
available:
 In all European countries
 In a large number of Asian and African countries. The 1900/1930 MHz bandwidth is used for
Thailand and Latin American.
The DECT standard is designed to provide mobility services in environments with high user density
such as large buildings or campuses: 10 000 Erlangs/Km sq. (GSM 200 Erlangs/Km sq., DCS 500
Erlangs/Km sq.).
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This standard is based on a digital technology providing high quality communication, with Roaming
and Handover (Handoff) capabilities.
CDCS (continuous dynamic channel selection) is a unique feature that ensures that every mobile
phone operates on the best available radio channel. In addition, no frequency planning is required
when adding a radio base station. All base stations can transmit on any channel.
The Alcatel-Lucent OmniPCX Enterprise Communication Server integrates mobility components based
on the DECT technology, offering ergonomics, security, and user-friendly management.
3.2.2 DECT handsets
3.2.2.1 Alcatel-Lucent DECT handsets
This product line, fully compatible with existing indoor and outdoor Alcatel-Lucent base stations, is
based on three products:
The Alcatel-Lucent 8232/8242 DECT Handsets are designed to suit the voice requirements of
employees who are away from their office. They offer access to the same added value voice services
as Alcatel-Lucent fixed desk digital phones. They are equipped with a color display and can be
dedicated to the intensive mobility needs of most companies today.
Designed as a high-end business terminal with capabilities such as a large color screen for crystal clear
readability and HD Audio-Ready technology for superior audibility, the 8242 DECT handset also provides
notification, and location capabilities, as well as a one-button alarm function to address verticals such
as hospitality, healthcare or any other on-demand environment
Alcatel-Lucent Mobile DECT 500 is mainly designed for isolated workers in harder physical conditions
or explosive environments.
The products benefit from an improved usability through functions like backlight display and a vibrate
mode.
For more information see General view and Characteristics
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3.2.2.2 Key features and capabilities
Alcatel-Lucent has enhanced its line of professional DECT handsets supported by the OmniPCX
Enterprise.
The Alcatel-Lucent 8232 DECT handsets offer:
 Access to the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise telephone features
 An ergonomic interface featuring graphic LCD screen with easy-to-view icons and easy-toread text.
o The user can navigate between various interactive display menus
o

A navigation key helps the user to scroll through features and to easily manage
multiple calls
Enhanced usability through functions like:
o Improved look and feel and ergonomics
o Integrated antenna
o Backlight display
o Quality of audio reception
o Vibrate mode
o Great autonomy (Li-Ion technology)
o Belt clip availability
The Alcatel-Lucent 8242 DECT handsets offer:
 Access to the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise telephone features
 An ergonomic interface featuring a large 2,4” graphic LCD screen with easy-to-view icons and
easy-to-read text.

Enhanced usability through functions like:
o Improved look and feel and ergonomics
o Backlight display
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o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Quality of audio reception
Vibrate mode
Great autonomy (Li-Ion technology)
Bluetooth Connection
Programmable keys
Embedded Alarm Applications for Notification and Location Services
Alarm button for Emergency Call
3.2.2.3 General view
The Alcatel-Lucent DECT handsets provide an efficient and comfortable user interface.
General view of the 8232 DECT handset:
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General view of the 8242 DECT handset:
General view of the Mobile 500 DECT handset:
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GAP+ services with the Mobile 500 DECT handset:
Short press
Read voicemail
Melody
receiving notification
Send
text-message
2nd step
tone
Message
waiting indication:
Icon display
or
3
Short press
Read text-message
Long press
Last number redial
Call by name
tone
The Mobile DECT 500 is added to the range of DECT sets to be used in hazardous or isolated
environments. It is produced to resist outdoor conditions and is equipped with a double antennae, to
improve audio quality and transmission. It and has additional features to allow isolated workers to be
located with a specific alarm server.
It is designed to comply with the following standards:
 ETS 300 019 1.1, Storage, Class 1.2: Weather protected, Not temperature controlled locations
 ETS 300 019 1.2, Transportation, Class 2.3: Public transportation
 ETS 300 019 1.3, In Use, Class 7.2: Portable use, Partly Temperature controlled locations
 IP 54 standard (water and dust resistant)
 Explosion-proof
o ATEX EN 60079-0 and EN 60079-11
o IECEx IEC 6079-0 and IEC 60079-11
o GAS Explosion Protection: II 2G EEx ib IIC T4
 50mW support
o The 50mW mode is required for hazardous sites (such as nuclear plants) where it is
requested that emissions shall not be over a maximum value of 50mW peak. This
limited DECT emission requires relevant DECT coverage.
o The 50mW mode is selected at DECT registration (by default: normal mode) after
which the selected mode is permanent
The Mobile DECT 500 screen display contains icons to indicate status. These include in the upper icon
line:
 Radio signal strength
 Bluetooth connection
 Keypad lock
 Alarm activation
 Missed calls
 Ringer activation
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

Battery status
Call filter
3.2.2.4 Characteristics
Alcatel-Lucent 8232
DECT Handset
Alcatel-Lucent 8242
DECT Handset
Mobile DECT 500
Dimensions (mm)
132 x 52 x 23
142 x 52 x 23
126 x 46 x 22
Dimensions (inch)
5,19 x 2,00 x 0,90
5,59 x 2,00 x 0,90
4.96 x 1.79 x 0.87
Weight (g)
110
135
120
Weight (oz.)
3,88
7,76
4.23
-
-
-
Color 1,44” TFT
Color 2,4” TFT
Color
128 x 128 pixels
320 x 240 pixels
128 x 160
Loudspeaker
Yes
Yes
Yes
Multiline management
Yes
Yes
Yes
Dial-by-name
Yes
Yes
Yes (Only local directory)
Headset connection
Yes
Yes wired headset
Yes
Yes Bluetooth headset
Bluetooth module
Physical aspects
Volume (cm³)
Graphic display (pixels)
Backlight display
Yes
Yes
Yes
Backlight keypad
Yes
Yes
Yes
Vibration setting
Yes
Yes
Yes
Black
Black
Black
No
No
Yes
Belt and swivel types
Belt and swivel types
Belt and swivel types
Lithium Ion
Lithium Ion
Lithium Ion
Up to 20/200 (h)
Up to 17/160 (h)
10/100
Spare battery (min)
< 6 hours
< 6 hours
< 6 hours
Handset battery (min)
< 3 hours
< 3 hours
Color
Explosion proof
Belt clip (removable)
Batteries
Battery pack
Talk/Standby times (h)
Charging times
Chargers:
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Corded
Yes
Yes
Yes
Basic desktop
Yes
Yes
Induction
Dual desktop
Yes
Yes
-
Multiple desktop
-
-
Induction - For up to 6
sets
Voice desktop
-
_
-
Charger bracket
Yes
Yes
-
Pouch
Yes
Yes
Vertical and Horizontal
styles
Yes
Yes
Yes
-
-
Yes
Yes
-
Download connection
-
Yes USB
Yes USB-
Memory
-
SD card
Memory card (5X)
Protective cases
(accessories):
Software aspects
GAP protocol
GAP+ services (with TDM
infrastructure)
A-GAP protocol
Supported languages
. Call By Name
. Mini-messages
. Message Waiting
Indication
English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Dutch,
Portuguese, Danish, Swedish, Turkish, Greek and
Russian
3.2.2.5 Accessories and options
Charging units
The charging unit provides direct charging to handsets whether they are on or off. Available chargers
are described below.
Basic desktop charger for Alcatel-Lucent 8232 & 8242 DECT
handset
 Desktop charger with USB cable
 One slot for the handset. No LED indicator, the handset
displays the battery status
 Power supply independent from charger
 Basic charger delivered in commercial offer
Dual desktop charger for Alcatel-Lucent 8232 & 8242 DECT
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handset
 Desktop charger with USB cable
 One slot for the handset.
 One slot for the spare battery LED indicator for the battery
status
 Power supply independent from charger
 Dual charger delivered in commercial offer
Dual desktop charger for Mobile DECT 500
 The charger is an induction charger with no external
electrical contacts with the phone.
 The desktop charger includes an opening for charging an
optional second battery.
Rack charger for Mobile DECT 500
 The charger is an induction charger for up to 6 phones and
6 batteries.
Headset
The Alcatel-Lucent 8232 & 8242 DECT Handsets offer a standard wiring headset connection. When a
headset is connected to this handset, the microphone and speaker are automatically switched off.
The Mobile DECT 500 can be equipped for a wireless earphone. The Bluetooth® module includes:
 Earpiece
 The Bluetooth® transmission card
Pouches
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The use of a pouch improves the durability of AlcatelLucent 8232 & 8242 DECT Handsets in severe
environments, especially against dust, spraying water
and shock
The pouches protect the Mobile DECT 500 in severe
environments, but also define the "Normal" orientation
of the set
Horizontal pouch
Vertical pouch
3.2.2.6 Mobile DECT 500
Alcatel-Lucent can provide a protection system for the isolated worker by using the Mobile DECT 500
handset and the third application partner product: NEWVOICE Notification server (named MobiCall).
The Mobile DECT 500 handset and MobiCall application provide the type of service assurance
required for personnel in out-of-the-way or solitary work environments.
The Mobile DECT 500 incorporates several features specifically for industrial safety, these include:
 Robust and water protected design
 Charging by induction: no exterior electrical contacts
 Specific alarms generated from the Mobile DECT 500 :
o EMERGENCY alarm (red button)
Manually activated by the Mobile DECT 500 user (Red button)
o NO MOVEMENT alarm
The telephone detects no physical movement or change of position
o MAN DOWN alarm
The combination of no movement and a horizontal position triggers this alarm.
o SHOCK DETECTION alarm
A relatively important shock is required to trigger this alarm
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The solution integrates the Mobile DECT 500 and the MobiCall application with the Alcatel-Lucent
OmniPCX Enterprise and DECT infrastructure.
Reminder: Although the Alcatel-Lucent 8232 DECT Handset is not intended for harsh working
conditions, it is fully compliant with the MobiCall notification server architecture.
The notification possibilities for this type of solution are as follows:.
Note: In addition to the alarms generated from the DECT telephone sets, the notification server can
receive and manage other types of alarm input.
Alarm generation from the DECT to the notification server
The alarms generated from the Mobile DECT 500 are configured with:
 A delay phase
 A pre-alarm phase
 An alarm phase
Validation
Delay
Prealarm
Alarm
Man down
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No movement
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Shock
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
The delay phase is a configurable time which is counted from the moment the alarm is triggered until
the pre-alarm phase is started.
The pre-alarm phase is also a configurable time period, during which an audio signal is generated to
inform the user. The alarm can be stopped manually if the user acknowledges the alarm (either left
soft key or body movement).
After the pre-alarm phase, the alarm is generated and the specific signals sent to the notification
server.
Alarm generation from the notification server to the DECT and other users
The notification server can issue alarms or messages in specific cases to cover different instances.
This can be automatic or issued by supervisory staff.
Specific alarms sent from a base to be received by the Mobile DECT 500 include:
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 NORMAL alarm
 URGENT alarm
 VERY URGENT alarm
 ALARM that can be sent to force a hands free mode
 Can be used in cases where the person is unable to physically unhook the call
Grouped message: a message can be sent to a phone or group of phones when an alarm is received
The notification server can send alarms or messages to the DECT phone sets or to other telephone
sets:
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4 PC & MAC Software applications
4.1 PC and MAC applications per system package
Software applications for MLE covering all user profiles, from voice to UC&C, are available on PC and
MAC platforms. The following applications are available according to packages and user profiles.
Infrastructure
OXE
ICS
OTMS/OTBE
Connection User Conversation User
OpenTouch Connection
PC
OpenTouch Conversation (*)
PC
IP Desktop Softphone
PC, MAC
My Instant Communicator
PC, MAC
PC
(*) Refer to Section “Device and Clients for Conversation Users”
4.2 OpenTouch Connection for PC
4.2.1 Introduction
The OpenTouch Connection for PC is an enterprise-grade softphone application that manages
communications easily and efficiently, all from the computer desktop. This application can be used as
business phone companion or can replace a deskphone. It provides the following capabilities:
manage incoming and outgoing calls; display when contacts are available; provide a snapshot of all
activities (call backs, new voice mail, and missed calls); search for local or corporate contacts; and
manage voice messages. All these features are available from any location and use one single
identity no matter which device is being used.
The OpenTouch Connection seamlessly integrates with Microsoft® Outlook™, Microsoft® Lync™, IBM®
Notes™ and IBM® Sametime™ applications to provide telephony and messaging services. Users can
also easily schedule and manage OpenTouch conferences from Microsoft Outlook.
Figure 1 Session window
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Figure 2 Search bar and taskbar icon
4.2.2 Benefits
Bring business-class
IP telephony to the
desktop
The OpenTouch Connection is a softphone with high-fidelity wideband audio
and deskphone control features (include the capability to make calls,
receive calls, clear calls, forward calls, transfer calls, conduct three-party
conference calls, hold/retrieve calls, and switch between calls). The
OpenTouch Connection for Microsoft® Windows™ PCs makes voice
communications simple and reliable.
Work from anywhere
Regardless of user location (on the company premises or off-site), the
application boosts productivity by providing quick access to enterprise-grade
business communication features and services, including: telephony
services, event notification, corporate directory, communication history, and
colleagues’ availability.
Maintain a single
identity
Employees can be contacted faster and more efficiently with a single
business identity when using the deskphone, PC, mobile phone, or any
other device.
Monitor colleague’s
availability
Telephone presence allows users to visually monitor whether colleagues’
phones are on- or off-hook. This helps users to avoid placing calls when the
other party is unavailable and reduces the time spent recording and/or
listening to voice messages.
Collaborate directly
from Microsoft and
IBM business
applications
Access OpenTouch Connection application capabilities from any common
Microsoft and IBM desktop applications, and:
Click-to-initiate voice calls and click-to-play voice messages from contact
cards and email when using Microsoft Outlook or IBM Notes.
Schedule and manage OpenTouch conferences from Microsoft Outlook.
Complement Microsoft Lync and IBM Sametime collaborative workspaces
with enterprise telephony, messaging services and phone presence.
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Communicate
securely
Wherever employees work – on company premises or off-site – the
OpenTouch Connection for PC allows secure communications with
colleagues and customers.
Figure 3 Call toast
Figure 4 Contact card
4.2.3 Features
The OpenTouch Connection for PC can be used in the following contexts:
 Deskphone control
o Users control their business phone from their PC while in the office.
 Mobility mode (also called ”Nomadic” mode)
o When away from their office, users can:
 Associate a PSTN number (e.g. mobile phone, home phone) with the
OpenTouch Connection
 Or use voice over IP (SIP-based communications)
o Their business phone is frozen while in this mode.
o Voices over IP communications are SIP-based with narrowband (G.711u/a, G.729a/b,
G.723.1) and wideband (G.722.2) audio codecs.
 Softphone mode
o Users can make and receive phone calls from anywhere and can access the corporate
network from their Personal Computer.
o Voice over IP communications are SIP-based with narrowband (G.711u/a, G.729a/b,
G.723.1) and wideband (G.722.2) audio codecs.
The main features of the OpenTouch Connection are:
Enterprise-class IP telephony
 Make, receive, and control phone calls from the office or off-site.
 Use traditional telephony features with business-quality audio.
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
Click-to-call from typical Microsoft and IBM desktop applications (Outlook, Lync, Notes,
Sametime) without having to look up for phone numbers.
 Use integrated call control features for Plantronics® and Jabra® audio devices, including call
answer/end and synchronized mute.
Single identity
 Users maintain a single business identity – with only one phone number – whether the device
they are using is a PC, deskphone, mobile phone, or any other device.
Contacts
 Search for local (Microsoft Outlook) and corporate contacts.
Phone presence
 View colleague availability in real-time and avoid placing phone calls when the other party is
on the telephone.
Communication history
 View information on previous communications and quickly redial a party.
Notifications
 Check new voice messages, missed calls and callback requests.
Visual voicemail
 Display and manage voice messages as easily as e-mails using the visual voicemail interface
where messages can be selected, played back or deleted in any order.
Microsoft integration
 Use Outlook to click-to-initiate voice calls from contact cards and email, and to click-to-play
voice messages from an e-mail.
 Complement Lync collaborative workspaces with enterprise telephony, messaging services and
phone presence with an external control pane.
 Schedule conferences from Outlook; sending an e-mail invitation or Outlook appointment
which includes a link to the conference.
IBM integration
 Use Notes to click-to-initiate voice calls from contact cards and email, and to click-to-play
voice messages from an e-mail.
 Complement Sametime collaborative workspaces with enterprise telephony, messaging
services and phone presence via an embedded panel.
Virtual environments
 Complement deskphones (Voice over IP is not supported) by deploying the OpenTouch
Connection for PC in virtual environments using Citrix® XenApp™ 6.5 and Microsoft®
Windows Server™ 2008 Remote Desktop Services (RDS).
Secure access to corporate infrastructure
 Reverse proxy support.
 Session border controller (SBC) support.
 Virtual private network (VPN) support.
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Figure 5 Notifications and Call history
Figure 6 Visual voicemail
4.2.4 Technical specifications
Hardware and software specifications
Alcatel-Lucent OpenTouch platforms, version 2.0 or later
Microsoft Windows OS
 Windows 7™ (32- and 64-bit editions)
 Windows 8™ (64-bit edition)
Microsoft integration
 Outlook 2010 and 2013 (32- and 64-bit editions)
 Lync 2010 (32- and 64-bit editions)
IBM integration
 Notes 8.5.1, 8.5.2 and 8.5.3
 Sametime 8.5.1 and 8.5.2, Standard or Advanced license
Virtual environments
 Citrix XenApp 6.5, installed on Windows Server 2008 R2
 Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
Audio
 Wideband (G.722.2) and narrowband (G.711 A-law/μ-law, G.729 Annex A/Annex B, G.723.1)
codecs
 Echo cancellation, packet loss concealment (PLC), voice activity detection, dynamic jitter
buffer, quality of service (differentiated services with IP TOS field)
Security
 HTTPS
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 SIP over TLS, Secure RTP
 Support for reverse proxy and SBC network elements
 LDAP/LDAPS and RADIUS authentication
 Single sign-on (SSO) via Kerberos
Localization
 Catalan, Chinese-simplified, Chinese-traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (British and
American), Finnish, French, French Canadian, German, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Norwegian,
Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.
4.2.5 Supported technologies for remote accesses
Architecture overview with Reverse Proxy and SBC elements:
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The voice traffic (SIP for signaling and RTP for audio) is managed by the SBC, which solves NAT
traversal issues and ensures security at the applicative level. This traffic is secured from the
OpenTouch Connection towards the SBC by using SIP over TLS and SRTP.
Voice traffic is unencrypted (SIP/RTP) from the SBC towards endpoints and the OpenTouch server.
The data traffic is managed by the Reverse Proxy, which controls and protects accesses to enterprise
resources. Connections are protected using secure sockets layer (SSL) encryption.
4.2.6 Licensing model
To benefit from the OpenTouch Connection for PC application, the following user option license is
required in addition to the base user license (OpenTouch™ Connection user license):
 “OpenTouch Connection universal client user option license”
This option grants the right to use the OpenTouch Connection for PC application along with the My
Instant Communicator for Mobile application.
Additional user options can also be ordered providing complementary features:
 N-party conferencing user option (for creating meetings and managing scheduled conferences
with more than 3 participants)
 Voice messaging user option (to benefit from voice mail and unified messaging services)
 Fax (for sending and receiving fax messages via Microsoft Outlook or a web application)
4.2.7 Additional documents
More details of OpenTouch Connection for PC are provided in following documents:
 Product Presentation, ref. ENT_TX_006037
 User Guide, ref. 8AL90632USAAed01
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4.2.8 Microsoft integration
The OpenTouch Connection is complemented with Microsoft Outlook (versions 2010 and 2013) addins for:
 Conference scheduling
 Telephony and messaging services
 Searching personal contacts
OpenTouch Connection complements Lync 2010 collaborative workspace with telephony services,
messaging services and phone presence.
4.2.8.1 Conferencing add-in for Microsoft Outlook
Use Microsoft Outlook to schedule OpenTouch conferences. Participants receive an e-mail invitation
or Outlook appointment that includes a link to the conference.
Figure 7 Conferencing add-in
Click the Conferencing icon to create a new OpenTouch conference (this creates a new appointment
in the Calendar with the selected date and hour) or start creating an appointment and then click the
OpenTouch conference icon:
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Figure 8 OpenTouch conference
4.2.8.2 Telephony and Messaging add-in for Microsoft Outlook
Use Microsoft Outlook (via an add-in available in the Outlook Ribbon) to:
 Click-to-initiate voice calls from contact cards and e-mails
 Click-to-play voice messages from e-mails
Figure 9 Telephony and Messaging add-in
Call the sender of an e-mail or make a call from a contact card:
Figure 10 Call from an email
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Figure 11 Call from a contact card
Play a voice message received via an e-mail (when using the unified messaging store based on the email server):
Figure 12 Play a voice message received in an e-mail
Use the Record button (when creating a new mail, when replying to or forwarding an e-mail) to add a
voice message (.wav file) to an e-mail:
Figure 13 Record and send voice messages
4.2.8.3 Microsoft Lync integration
The OpenTouch Connection complements the Microsoft Lync 2010 collaborative workspace (client-toclient integration) with enterprise telephony, messaging services and phone presence using an
external control pane.
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Figure 14 OpenTouch Connection control pane
The OpenTouch Connection control pane for Microsoft Lync provides:
 Deskphone control
 Inbuilt softphone with wide-band audio (G.722.2) for PC to PC communications
 Phone presence
 Drag and call
 Direct dial
 Primary device management (“current phone” for the audio media)
 Notifications
 Call session management, call control, call forwarding
 Call history
 Visual voicemail
 Single sign in
 SIP TLS/SRTP (with Reverse Proxy and SBC network elements) for PC to PC communications
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Figure 15 Features from the control pane
4.2.9 IBM integration
4.2.9.1 Telephony and Messaging add-in for IBM Notes
Use Notes to click-to-initiate voice calls from contact cards and e-mails, and to click-to-play voice
messages from an e-mail.
Figure 16 Telephony and Messaging add-in



Call the sender of an e-mail or make a call from a contact card.
Play a voice message received via an e-mail (when using the unified messaging store based
on the e-mail server).
Use the Record button (when creating a new mail, when replying or forwarding an e-mail) to
add a voice message (.wav file) to an e-mail.
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4.2.9.2 IBM Sametime integration
The OpenTouch Connection for IBM Sametime 8.5.x uses best in class unified communications
capabilities from Alcatel-Lucent and IBM to transform the business processes and reach new levels of
productivity. This easy-to-use desktop integration:
 Complements IBM collaborative workspace with Alcatel-Lucent business-class telephony
capabilities and unified messaging services with:
o Built on Sametime user expertise
o Real time presence updates
o Click-to-call from the contact list
 Increases productivity and speeds decision making by streamlining communications
o Enriches existing IBM Sametime presence and instant messaging capabilities with a
broad set of Alcatel-Lucent unified communications services
 Provides a single call-control architecture
KEY FEATURES
Hardphone control or VoIP with the Personal Computer (high audio quality with G.722.2 wide band
codec)
Phone presence of the Lotus Sametime contact whom the user wants to reach
Place a business call from the Lotus Sametime buddy list
Inbound call notification (move calls to the voice mail, to a phone number, answer with an instant
message)
Notifications (displays missed calls, callback requests and new voice messages)
Visual voicemail
Business call history (display all incoming and outgoing calls)
Call forwarding (forward calls to the voice mail, or other pre-defined phone number)
Call session management (with mid-call control features, rich presence, call information…)
Media blending
Anywhere access: select any phone to be your current phone for making and receiving calls
Easy desktop integration and deployment
Single sign in
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IBM Sametime and OpenTouch Connection clients are joined and appear as a unified user interface.
The Sametime client uses the same extension as the OpenTouch Connection for Remote Call Control
or the Softphone mode.
Calls originating from the Sametime client are routed through the OpenTouch Connection client.
The OpenTouch Connection client is installed on the same machine as the Sametime client.
Integration is available when the Sametime user is logged in.
Figure 17 OpenTouch Connection panel for IBM Sametime
4.3 IP Desktop Softphone for PC and MAC
The IP Desktop Softphone is a voice telephony application installed on a user’s desktop (PC or MAC).
This fully-integrated, multimedia telephony solution completely replaces physical phones, when
desktop connection is the preferred communication mode. The IP Desktop Softphone emulates a
4068 IP Touch set / 8068 Premium DeskPhone. The application is quick and easy to install. Userfriendly, it accommodates customizations to suit user preferences. This application makes it
transparent for remote workers to phone and to be called as long as they are connected to their
network using their company VPN.
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4.3.1 Benefits
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





Fully-integrated telephony solution
Quick and user-friendly access to telephone facilities
Help businesses optimize staff productivity
8082 My IC Phone user experience for fast adoption
Easy integration of remote and home workers, especially when desktop connection is the
preferred communication mode
Carbon footprint reduction
Communications, connectivity and hardware costs control
4.3.2 Features














VoIP protocol provides voice communications on the computer
Runs under MS Windows, Apple MAC OS
Available off-site anywhere the user is able to connect to the company IP network via a
company VPN (works on Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G cellular)
Available on-site on wired Ethernet connection or Wi-Fi___33
Suitable in both Business and Contact Center environments
G.711 and G.729 codecs are supported
The user interface can be personalized
Identical display and keys as the 8082 My IC Phone
Desk sharing is supported
Telephony is supported on any CTI environment (for example: Contact Center agent
workspace, Desktop Application, TSAPI or specific CTI Toolbar)
QoS Level 3 IP TOS / DSCP
Up to 15 different ring tones
Customized skins can be created to meet specific client needs on demand
It is also possible to adapt the application on demand to meet specific needs
4.3.3 Topology
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For more details about prerequisites, limits and restrictions, please refer to the Technical Datasheet
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Please refer to the Services Applications Compatibility Matrix available on the Alcatel-Lucent
Enterprise Business Portal for all questions about software compatibility.
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5 Smartphone Software applications
5.1 Smartphone applications per system package
Software applications for MLE covering all user profiles – from voice to UC&C are provided on
different platforms. The following applications are available according to packages and user profiles.
Infrastructure
OXE alone
ICS
OTMS/OTBE
Connection User Conversation User
My Instant Communicator (MIC)
Mobile Edition
Android
iPhone
BlackBerry
Android
iPhone
BlackBerry (*)
BlackBerry (*)
(MIC v3)
(MIC v3)
(MIC v4)
OpenTouch Conversation (**)
IP Desktop Softphone
Android
iPhone
iPhone
iPhone (***)
(*) OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud offer only
(**) Refer to section: “Devices and Clients for OpenTouch Conversation users”
(***) Connected to embedded OmniPCX Enterprise in OpenTouch Business Edition
5.2 My Instant Communicator Mobile edition for Connection User
5.2.1 Benefits
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Borderless office
o Users have access to unified communication capabilities everywhere (on-site and offsite) so that they are able to get business notification events (voice mail, callback
request, missed call notifications, instant messages) and access enterprise-grade
services (e.g., corporate directory, telephony presence, instant messaging and
collaboration/conferencing) regardless of their location.
Increases first-call resolution
o Single business number for any user - Avoids wasting time by having one number that
automatically follows a user across multiple phones (fixed and smartphone).
o Media blending - Provides additional media options for answering a call such as e-mail
or instant message.
Controls/reduces costs
o Cellular: significantly reduces smart phone costs with savings on long distance calls.
o Use of Wi-Fi when at the office or home.
o Least cost routing: set up rule-based policies to reduce international direct dial and
roaming charges.
Consistent graphical user experience (common look and feel)
o Allows users familiar with MIC Mobile Edition to instantly know how to use any mobile
device.
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5.2.2 Features
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Consistent graphical user interface regardless of the device used (common user experience)
Single business number
o One single phone number for fixed and smartphone devices
o Single business identity, whatever the device used
o Capability to control ringing (fixed and mobile or fixed phone only)
Single business voice mail
o Visual voicemail interface for displaying and managing voice messages as e-mails
Directory lookup
o Search local and corporate contacts
Business call history
Notifications at a glance
o New voice messages
o Callback requests
o Missed calls
o Instant messages
Business caller identification
Make a call
o From the local contact list or corporate directory
o From the enterprise dialing plan
o From the business call history list
o From the voice mail interface
o Through the attendant or company switchboard operator
Mid-call control
o Make a call, take a call, clear a call, call forwarding, call transfer, three-party
conference, hold/retrieve call, switch between calls, etc.
Device handoff
o Move an active call from a smartphone to a fixed phone
Media blending
o Capability to answer using a media other than voice such as e-mail or instant
messaging
Rich presence
o Contact presence
o Phone presence
Instant conference
o Set up and join conferencing calls instantly, anywhere
Secure instant messaging and collaboration
o Set up collaboration anywhere (from chat to data sharing)
Data over Wi-Fi
o Automatic switch to trusted WLAN (roaming)
Secure access to enterprise
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o Reverse Proxy https support
o Native BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) secured channel
Business and private lifestyle management
o Business mode: Incoming and outgoing calls are processed via the Alcatel-Lucent
communication server. Business notification events are presented
o Private mode: Incoming and outgoing calls are directly processed by the mobile carrier
(no business notification events)
Automatic fallback
o Enterprise-grade voice services remain available (due to fallback in-band DTMF codes)
when the secure data channel is off
Least cost routing
o Allows savings for international roaming (set up of rule-based policies by the system
administrator)
Application management
o Software download over-the-air
o Remote configuration and provisioning through Alcatel-Lucent client management
functions
My Instant
Communicator
Mobile Edition
v3 release
Android
BlackBerry (*)
iPhone
Consistent graphical user
interface whatever the device
used (common user
experience)
√
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Single number
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Visual voicemail
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√
Caller identification
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Mid-call control
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-
Device handoff
(move active call from
smartphone to fixed phone)
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Make a call
o
From the local contact
list or corporate
directory
o
From the enterprise
dialing plan
o
From the business call
history
o
From the voicemail
interface
Through the company
switchboard operator
o
Media blending
o
Voice, instant
messaging, e-mail
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(**)
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(**)
Phone presence
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Contact presence
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Call history
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Instant messaging
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Data over Wi-Fi
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Virtual private network
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(BES)
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Reverse Proxy https
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Business and private lifestyle
management
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Directory lookup
Notifications at a glance
o
Voice messages, callback
requests, missed calls,
instant messages
(BlackBerry only)
Automatic fallback
o
Keep voice services when
data channel is lost
Least cost routing
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Application management (****)
o
o
Software download over the
air
Remote configuration and
provisioning
(*) OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud offer only
(**) Voice and e-mail only
(***) For Make Call and Release Call services
(****) Using the BlackBerry infrastructure and tools for BlackBerry devices. Using their corresponding
Market Store and OpenTouch for iPhone & Android devices
BlackBerry
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iPhone
Android
5.2.3 Topologies
5.2.3.1 OTMS-based
OpenTouch MultiMedia Services R1.3 MD1+ and Reverse Proxy
5.2.3.2 OTBE-based
OpenTouch Business Edition Services R1.3 MD1+ and Reverse Proxy
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5.2.3.3 OTEC-based (UCaaS)
OpenTouch Enterprise Cloud R1.3 MD1+
5.2.4 Licensing Model
To benefit from the My Instant Communicator Mobile edition for Connection users whatever the
platform (Android, iPhone or Blackberry (*), the following license is required in addition to the base
user license (the OpenTouch™ Connection user license):
 “OpenTouch Connection universal client user option license”
Note that this option grants the right to benefit from the Connection experience and clients on
Smartphone and PC platforms with a single option license.
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(*) Note regarding the BlackBerry platform:
OTMS & OTBE (CPE mode)
 The BlackBerry license is not proposed as new sales anymore.
 BlackBerry license is maintained in case of upgrade / migration but without exceeding the
number of BlackBerry licenses already deployed in the previous system release.
OTEC (UCaaS mode)
 The BlackBerry license is proposed using audit tool reporting.
Additional user options can also be ordered providing complementary features :
 N-party conferencing user option (for creating meetings and managing scheduled conferences
with more than 3 participants)
 Voice messaging user option (to benefit from voice mail and unified messaging services)
 Fax (for sending and receiving fax messages via Microsoft Outlook or a web application)
5.3 IP Desktop Softphone for iPhone
The IP Desktop Softphone is a voice telephony application installed on a user’s Apple iPhone or iPod
touch. This multimedia, fully-integrated telephony solution completely replaces physical phones. The
IP Desktop Softphone emulates a 4068 IP Touch set / 8068 Premium DeskPhone. The application is
quick and easy to install. User-friendly, it accommodates customizations to suit user preferences. This
application makes it transparent for remote workers to phone and to be called as long as they are
connected to their network using their company VPN. The IP Desktop Softphone for iPhone and iPod
touch is available on the Apple Store.
5.3.1 Benefits
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Fully-integrated telephony solution
Quick and user-friendly access to telephone facilities
Help businesses optimize their employee’s productivity
8082 My IC Phone user experience for fast adoption
Easy integration of remote and home workers, especially when desktop connection is the
preferred communication mode
Carbon footprint reduction
Communications, connectivity and hardware costs control
5.3.2 Features
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VoIP protocol provides voice communications on the iPhone and iPod touch
Available off-site anywhere the user is able to connect the customer IP network via a
company VPN (works on Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G cellular)
Available on-site on wired Ethernet connection or Wi-Fi
Suitable in both Business and Contact Center environments
G.711 and G.729 codecs are supported
The user interface can be personalized
Identical display and keys as the 8082 My IC Phone
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Desk sharing is supported
Horizontal/vertical flip and horizontal full screen on the iPhone
Telephony is supported on any CTI environment (ex: Contact Center agent workspace,
Desktop Application, TSAPI or specific CTI Toolbar)
QoS Level 3 IP TOS / DSCP
Up to 15 different ring tones
Customized skins can be created to meet specific client needs on demand
It is also possible to adapt the application on demand to meet specific needs
5.3.3 Topology
More details
For more details about prerequisites, limits and restrictions, please refer to the Technical Datasheet
posted on the Enterprise Business Portal.
Please refer to the Services Applications Compatibility Matrix available on the Alcatel-Lucent
Enterprise Business Portal for all questions about software compatibility.
5.4 Market Store Links
5.4.1 Android
MIC v3
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alu.myic.android&hl=en
5.4.2 BlackBerry
MIC v3
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n/a
5.4.3 iPhone
IP Desktop Softphone
https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/alcatel-lucent-ip-desktop/id524949395?mt=8
MIC v3
https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/alcatel-lucent-omnitouch-8600/id453688038?mt=8
5.5 Device White List
Refer to document ref 8AL90822AAAA which lists the supported devices.
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6 Tablet Software applications
6.1 Tablet applications per system package
Software applications for MLE covering all user profiles – from voice to UC&C are available on PC and
MAC platforms. The following applications are available according to packages and user profiles.
Infrastructure
OXE
OTMS/OTBE
Connection User Conversation User
OpenTouch Conversation (*)
IP Desktop Softphone
iPad
Android, iPad
Android, iPad
(*) Refer to Section “Device and Clients for Conversation Users”
6.2 IP Desktop Softphone for Android and iPad tablets
The IP Desktop Softphone is a voice telephony application installed on a user’s tablet (Apple iPad or
Android). This multimedia, fully-integrated telephony solution completely replaces physical phones.
The IP Desktop Softphone emulates a 4068 IP Touch set / 8068 Premium DeskPhone. The
application is quick and easy to install. User-friendly, it accommodates customizations to suit user
preferences. This application makes it transparent for remote workers to phone and to be called as
long as they are connected to their network using their company VPN.
The IP Desktop Softphone for iPad is available on the Apple Store and on Google Play for Android
devices.
6.2.1 Benefits
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Fully-integrated telephony solution
Quick and user-friendly access to telephone facilities
Help businesses optimize their employee’s productivity
8082 My IC Phone user experience for fast adoption
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Easy integration of remote and home workers, especially when desktop connection is the
preferred communication mode
Carbon footprint reduction
Communications, connectivity and hardware costs control
6.2.2 Features
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VoIP protocol provides voice communications on tablets and smartphones
Runs under Apple iOS and Android (please check the list of compatible Android devices in the
Services Applications Compatibility Matrix available on the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise Business
Portal)
Available off-site anywhere the user is able to connect to the company IP network via a
company VPN (works on Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 3G/4G cellular)
Available on-site on wired Ethernet connection or Wi-Fi
Suitable in both Business and Contact Center environments
G.711 and G.729 codecs are supported
The user interface can be personalized
Identical display and keys as the 8082 My IC Phone
Desk sharing is supported (except on Android devices)
Horizontal/vertical flip and horizontal full screen
Telephony is supported on any CTI environment (ex: Contact Center agent workspace,
Desktop Application, TSAPI or specific CTI Toolbar)
QoS Level 3 IP TOS / DSCP
Up to 15 different ring tones
Customized skins can be created to meet specific client needs on demand
It is also possible to adapt the application on demand to meet specific needs
6.2.3 Topology
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 For more details about prerequisites, limits and restrictions, please refer to the Technical
Datasheet posted on the Enterprise Business Portal.
 Please refer to the Services Applications Compatibility Matrix available on the Alcatel-Lucent
Enterprise Business Portal for all questions about software compatibility.
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7 WEB Client applications
7.1 OpenTouch Conversation WEB conferencing solution
Refer to the Document Conversation Devices and Clients section “OpenTouch Conversation for WEB”
END OF DOCUMENT
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