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WELL W52P IP DECT Phone
User Guide
Version 1.0, April 2013
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Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Yealink Network Technology CO., LTD. declares that this phone is in conformity with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the CE, FCC.
CE Mark Warning
This device is marked with the CE mark in compliance with EC Directives 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
This device complies with the following standards:
1. Safety: EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
2. SAR: EN62479:2010
3. EMC: ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09) & ETSI EN 301 489-6 V1.3.1 (2008-08)
4. Radio: ETSI EN 301 406 V2.1.1 (2009-07)
Part 15 FCC Rules
This device is compliant with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Class B Digital Device or Peripheral
This equipment is tested and complies with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this telephone. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1. Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experience radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Yealink Network Technology Co., Ltd could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
ACTA Information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the
bottom of the base station is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the
format US: T2LXXXXXXX.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
This telephone system meets FCC standards for Hearing Aid Compatibility.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the
radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used
with the belt clip supplied with this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC
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RF exposure guidelines.
Information for DECT Product
This telephone is compliant with the DECT 6.0 standard which operates in the 1.92GHz to
1.93GHz frequency range. Installation of this equipment is subject to notification and
coordination with UTAM. Any relocation of this equipment must be coordinated through
and approved by UTAM. UTAM may be contacted at 1-800-429-8826.
WEEE Warning
To avoid the potential effects on the environment and human health as a result of the
presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, end users of
electrical and electronic equipment should understand the meaning of the crossed-out
wheeled bin symbol. Do not dispose of WEEE as unsorted municipal waste and have to
collect such WEEE separately.
GNU GPL INFORMATION
W52P firmware contains third-party software under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Yealink uses
software under the specific terms of the GPL. Please refer to the GPL for the exact terms and conditions of
the license.
The original GPL license, source code of components licensed under GPL and used in Yealink products can
be downloaded from Yealink web site:
http://www.yealink.com/GPLOpenSource.aspx?BaseInfoCateId=293&NewsCateId=293&CateId=293.
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User Guide W52P IP DECT Phone
About This Guide
The WELL W52P IP DECT phone is a full-featured mobile device, which can provide
reliable and convenient wireless voice communications. In addition, it provides many
widely accepted benefits of the DECT standard, including high security, scalability, and
low power consumption to better meet your requirements.
This guide provides everything you need to quickly use your new phone. Be sure to
verify with your system administrator that your network is prepared for configuring your
IP DECT phone. As well, be sure to read the Packing List and Regulatory Notices sections
in this guide before you set up and use your W52P IP DECT phone.
If this is your first time using the W52P IP DECT phone, we recommend that you first refer
to the Quick Installation Guide and Quick Reference Guide.
In This Guide
The topics provided in this guide include:
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
Chapter 2
Overview
Chapter 3
Basic Operations
Chapter 4
Phone Settings
Chapter 5
Call Features
About This Guide
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Table of Contents
About This Guide .................................................................. lxxvii
In This Guide .......................................................................................................................... lxxvii
Table of Contents .................................................................. lxxix
Getting Started ............................................................................ 1
Packaging Contents ................................................................................................................. 1
Connecting the W52P Base Station ....................................................................................... 3
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset ...................................................................................... 5
Setting up the Charger Cradle................................................................................................ 5
Charging the Handset .............................................................................................................. 6
Overview...................................................................................... 7
Base Station Description ........................................................................................................... 7
Handset Description .................................................................................................................. 8
Displaying Information on LCD Screen ................................................................................10
Icon Instructions ........................................................................................................................11
Basic Operations ....................................................................... 13
Handset Registration ...............................................................................................................13
Basic Network Settings ............................................................................................................14
Checking System Status ..........................................................................................................15
Account Registration...............................................................................................................16
Checking Line Status ...............................................................................................................17
Turning Handset On/Off ..........................................................................................................17
Adjusting Ringer Volume ........................................................................................................17
Locking/Unlocking Keypad ....................................................................................................18
Locating a Handset .................................................................................................................18
Switching Silent Mode On/Off ...............................................................................................18
Menu Guidance .......................................................................................................................19
Main Menu .............................................................................................................................19
Submenu ................................................................................................................................19
Returning to Idle Screen ......................................................................................................21
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Phone Settings ........................................................................... 22
Handset Name .........................................................................................................................23
Language ..................................................................................................................................23
Ring Tones ..................................................................................................................................23
Advisory Tones ..........................................................................................................................24
Backlight ....................................................................................................................................24
Screen Saver .............................................................................................................................25
Color Schemes .........................................................................................................................25
Keypad Light .............................................................................................................................25
Notification Light ......................................................................................................................25
Date and Time ..........................................................................................................................26
Shortcuts ....................................................................................................................................27
Contact Management ...........................................................................................................28
Local Directory ......................................................................................................................28
Blacklist....................................................................................................................................32
Remote Phonebook .............................................................................................................33
Network Directory .................................................................................................................34
Call History Management ......................................................................................................35
Network Call Log ......................................................................................................................37
Dial Plan .....................................................................................................................................38
Replace Rule .........................................................................................................................39
Area Code .............................................................................................................................39
Block Out ................................................................................................................................40
Emergency Numbers ...............................................................................................................40
Outgoing Lines ..........................................................................................................................41
Incoming Lines ..........................................................................................................................41
Speed Dial .................................................................................................................................42
Assigning a Speed Dial Number ........................................................................................42
Deleting a Speed Dial Number ..........................................................................................42
Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key .................................................................................43
Auto Answer ..............................................................................................................................43
Auto Intercom...........................................................................................................................43
Handset Reset ...........................................................................................................................44
Base Reset .................................................................................................................................44
Auto Provision ...........................................................................................................................44
Eco Mode+ ................................................................................................................................45
Eco Mode ..................................................................................................................................45
Call Features.............................................................................. 47
Placing Calls ..............................................................................................................................47
Placing Internal Calls............................................................................................................48
Placing External Calls ...........................................................................................................48
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Answering Calls ........................................................................................................................49
Ending Calls ...............................................................................................................................50
Redialing Calls ..........................................................................................................................50
Call Mute ...................................................................................................................................50
Call Hold/Resume ....................................................................................................................51
Call Waiting ...............................................................................................................................51
Do Not Disturb (DND) ..............................................................................................................52
Call Forward ..............................................................................................................................52
Call Transfer ...............................................................................................................................53
Conference Call ......................................................................................................................54
Anonymous Call .......................................................................................................................55
Anonymous Call Rejection .....................................................................................................56
Voice Mail..................................................................................................................................56
Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 59
Appendix ................................................................................... 61
Firmware Upgrading ................................................................................................................61
Upgrading the Base Station................................................................................................61
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port ................................................................................61
Menu Structure .........................................................................................................................63
Regulatory Notices.................................................................... 65
Important Safety Information.................................................................................................65
Index .......................................................................................... 67
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Getting Started
This chapter provides basic installation instructions and information for obtaining the
best performance with the W52P IP DECT phone. The topics include:
Packaging Contents
Connecting the W52P Base Station
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset
Setting up the Charger Cradle
Charging the Handset
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Packaging Contents
The following components are included in your W52P/W52H IP DECT phone package:
W52P Package
W52H Package
1 base station
1 handset
1 handset
1 charge cradle
1 charge cradle
1 power adapter
2 power adapters
2 rechargeable batteries
2 rechargeable batteries
1 belt clip
1 Ethernet cable
1 belt clip
1 Quick Installation Guide and
Quick Reference Guide
1 CD ROM
W52P Base Station
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W52P/W52H Handset
Charger Cradle
Power Adapter
Two Rechargeable Batteries
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Ethernet Cable
Belt Clip
Quick Installation Guide & Quick Reference Guide
CD-ROM
Check the list before installation. If you find anything missing, contact your system
administrator.
Connecting the W52P Base Station
You have two options for power and network connection of the base station. Your
system administrator will advise you which one to use.
AC power
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Note
Please pay attention to the range of the base station. This is up to 300 m in unobstructed
outdoor areas and up to 50 m inside buildings.
Set up the base station and the charger cradle at a central location on a flat, non-slip
surface in your house or apartment.
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AC Power
To connect the AC power:
1.
Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the DC5V port on the base station
and connect the other end of the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
2.
Connect the supplied Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the base station
and the Internet port in your network or the switch/hub device port.
Power over Ethernet
Using a regular Ethernet cable, the base station can be powered from a PoE (IEEE
802.3af) compliant switch or hub.
To connect the PoE:
1.
Connect the Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the base station and an
available port on the in-line power switch/hub.
Note
If in-line power is provided, you do not need to connect the AC adapter. Make sure the
Ethernet cable and switch/hub are PoE compliant.
Important! Do not unplug or remove the power and network to the base station while it is
updating firmware and configurations.
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Setting up the W52P/W52H
W52P/W52H Handset
To insert batteries into the handset:
1.
Open the battery cover.
2.
Insert the batteries in the correct polarity.
3.
Close the battery cover.
Note
Do not short-circuit the batteries, as short-circuiting the terminals may damage the
batteries or the handset.
Do not use damaged batteries, as using damaged batteries may cause an explosion.
Battery Information
Technology: Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Size: AAA
Voltage: 1.2V
Capacity: 800mAh
We strongly recommend you use the batteries complying with the above parameters.
Because the compliant ones can guarantee the specified operating time, full
functionality and long service life. The operating time of your handset depends on the
capacity and age of the batteries and the way they are used.
Setting up the Charger Cradle
1.
Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the DC5V port on the charger
cradle.
2.
Connect the other end of the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
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Charging the Handset
To charge the handset:
1.
After setting up the handset and charger cradle, place the handset in the charger
cradle.
The original handset included in the W52P package is pre-registered to the base station.
After charging, the handset is ready to use.
Battery Charging Status
The charging status of batteries displays on the top right-hand corner of the LCD screen:
Icon
Charge Status
Fully Charged
75% Charged
50% Charged
25% Charged
10% Charged
Almost Flat
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Overview
Overview
This chapter provides the overview of the W52P IP DECT phone. The topics include:
Base Station Description
Handset Description
Displaying Information on LCD Screen
Icon Instructions
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Base Station Description
After the base station starts up successfully and the handset is registered to the base
station, all LEDs on the base station illuminate solid green.
Hardware component instructions of the W52P base station are:
Item
Paging Key
Description
Locates a misplaced handset.
Toggles the registration mode.
Indicates the mode of the base station.
Fast flashes green when the base station is in the paging
mode.
②
Registration LED
Slow flashes green when the base station is in the
registration mode.
Illuminates solid green when there is any handset
registered to the base station.
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Item
Description
Indicates the network status.
③
Network Status LED
Slow flashes green when the network is unavailable.
Illuminates solid green when the network is ready.
Indicates the power status of the base station.
Slow flashes green when the base station is during the
firmware upgrading process.
④
Power Indicator LED
Slow flashes green when the base station is during the
resetting process.
Illuminates solid green when the base station is powered
on.
Handset Description
The main hardware components of the W52P/W52H handset are the LCD screen and
the keypad.
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Overview
Hardware component instructions of the W52P/W52H handset are:
Item
①
Earpiece
②
LCD Screen
③
Soft Keys
Description
Outputs audio during the earpiece call.
Shows call information, handset status icons, prompt
messages and so on.
Label automatically to identity their context-sensitive
features.
Switches between the earpiece and speakerphone
④
Speakerphone Key
modes.
Answers an incoming call.
⑤
Headset Connector
Connects a headset.
Answers an incoming call.
⑥
Off-hook Key
Enters into the redial call list.
Places a call.
Provides the digits, letters, and special characters in
⑦
Keypad
⑧
Star Key
⑨
Redirect Key
Transfers a call to another party.
⑩
Microphone
Picks up audio during earpiece and hands-free calls.
⑪
Mute Key
Toggles the Mute feature on or off.
⑫
Pound Key
context-sensitive applications.
Enters the star symbol.
Switches the silent mode on or off.
Enters the pound symbol.
Locks or unlocks the handset keypad.
Switches the input method.
Long press to return to the idle screen in the menu
mode.
⑬
On-hook
Long press to turn the handset on or off when the
Key/Power key
handset is idle.
Cancels actions or end a call.
Rejects an incoming call.
Indicates the new receiving voice mail or missed call.
⑭
Message Key
Accesses the voice mail or missed call list.
Indicates the handset is during the firmware upgrading
process.
Scroll through the displaying information.
Move the cursor.
Adjust the ringer volume.
⑮
Act as shortcut keys.
Confirms actions or enter into the main menu.
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Displaying Information on LCD Screen
The idle screen may be shown as below:
Status Line
Text Line
Soft Key Line
The LCD screen is divided into three parts: status line, text line and soft key line.
The information shown in the status line:
On hook (idle) — displays signal strength indicator, internal handset number and
battery status.
Off hook — displays line ID.
The information shown in the text line:
On hook (idle) — displays handset name, time and date, caller information when
receiving an incoming call and prompt messages.
Off hook — displays the dialed digits.
The information shown in the soft key line:
On hook (idle) — displays History and Line.
Off hook — displays various terms according to the context of the specific feature.
Signal Strength
The strength of the reception signal between the base station and the handset may
display as:
Weak to strong:
No reception:
Battery Status
The status of the battery displays on the top right-hand corner of the LCD screen:
Icon
Battery Level
Full
High
Medium
Low
Need Charging
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Icon Instructions
Icons appear on the LCD screen are described in the following table:
Icon
Description
Anonymous Call
Anonymous Call Rejection
Missed Call
Voice Mail
Keypad Lock
Silent Mode
Do Not Disturb
Call Forward
Call Hold
Call Mute
Unassigned Outgoing Line
Unusable Line
Loudspeaker On
Headset Mode On
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Basic Operations
This chapter provides you with the basic operating instructions of the W52P IP DECT
phone. The topics include:
Handset Registration
Basic Network Settings
Checking System Status
Account Registration
Checking Line Status
Turning Handset On/Off
Adjusting Ringer Volume
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
Locating a Handset
Switching Silent Mode On/Off
Menu Guidance
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Handset
Handset Registration
You can register up to 5 handsets to one W52P base station. Each handset can be
registered to 4 base stations.
To register a handset manually:
1.
Long press
on the base station.
The registration LED slow flashes, indicating the base station is in the registration
mode.
2.
Press
3.
Select
on the handset to enter the main menu.
->Registration->Register Handset.
The LCD screen displays the base (1-4).
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired base, and press the OK soft key.
The handset begins to search for base station.
5.
Press the OK soft key when the LCD screen displays the ID of the base station.
6.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
7.
Press the Done soft key.
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The handset plays a warning tone and prompts the message “Handset Subscribed”
on the LCD screen, which indicates the registration has finished.
After successful registration, the internal handset number and handset name appear
on the LCD screen.
To de-register a handset:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
4.
Press the Done soft key.
->Registration->De-reg. Handset.
The LCD screen displays the names of the handsets registered to the same base
station. The name of the handset itself is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
5.
Press
or
to highlight the desired handset name, and press the OK soft
key.
The LCD screen prompts the message “De-register Handset”.
6.
Press the Yes soft key to de-register the handset or the No soft key to cancel.
To select the base station:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Registration->Select Base.
The LCD screen displays all base stations the handset registered to and the
Bestbase option (if the handset is registered to more than one base stations). The
radio box of the currently used base station is marked. You can select Bestbase to
search for the base station with the best signal strength.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired base station or the Bestbase option, and
press the Select soft key.
The handset begins to search for base station. After successful connection, the
handset plays a warning tone and prompts the message “Base selected
successfully!” on the LCD screen.
Basic Network Settings
By default, the base station attempts to contact a DHCP server in your network to
obtain the valid network settings, e.g. IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS server.
If your base station cannot contact a DHCP server for any reason, you need to
configure a static IP address manually.
To configure a static IP address manually.
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1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
->System Settings->Network.
Basic Operations
4.
Press the Done soft key.
5.
Press
6.
Enter the valid values in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS
or
to select Static from the IP Address Type field.
and Secondary DNS fields.
7.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
If you are using an xDSL modem, you can connect your base station to the Internet via
PPPoE mode. The PPPoE port will perform a PPP negotiation to obtain the IP address.
Contact your system administrator for the PPPoE username and password.
To configure PPPoE:
Note
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
4.
Press the Done soft key.
5.
Press
6.
Enter the valid values in the PPPoE User and PPPoE Password fields.
7.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
->System Settings->Network.
or
to select PPPoE from the IP Address Type field.
Using the wrong network parameters may result in inaccessibility of your phone and may
also have an impact on your network performance. For more information about these
parameters, contact your system administrator.
Checking System Status
You can view the system status on your handset. Available information of the system
status includes:
General information—including the IP address, MAC address, firmware version and
RFPI code of the base station.
Network status—including the IP type, subnet mask, gateway, primary DNS and
secondary DNS.
Handset status—including the device model, hardware version, firmware version,
product ID, IPUI code and area of the handset.
To check the general information:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
3.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
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To check the network status:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
3.
Select More …->Network.
The LCD screen displays the network status.
4.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
To check the handset status:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
3.
Select More…->Handset.
The LCD screen displays the handset status.
4.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
Account Registration
The base station supports up to 5 lines. You can register an account for each line via the
web user interface. To log in the web user interface of the base station, you should
obtain the IP address of the base station in advance. For more information on obtaining
the IP address, refer to Checking System Status on page 15.
To register an account via web user interface:
1.
Enter the IP address of the base station in the address bar of the browser and press
the Enter key.
2.
Enter the username (admin) and password (admin) in the corresponding fields of
the pop-up dialogue box.
3.
Click Confirm to log in.
4.
Click on Account->Basic.
5.
Select the desired account from the pull-down list of Account.
6.
Select Enabled from the pull-down list of Account Active.
7.
Enter the valid values in the Label, Name, Register Name, User Name, Password and
SIP Server fields respectively.
Contact your system administrator for the account information.
8.
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Click Confirm to accept the change.
Basic Operations
Checking Line Status
You can register up to 5 lines to one base station. The status of each registered line can
be checked using the menu of the handset.
To check the line status:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Line Status.
The LCD screen displays all lines registered to the base station with icons for
indicating line status. For example, the
icon in the bottom of a line indicates that
the handset has no privilege to place a call using this line.
Turning Handset On/Off
To turn the handset on:
Do one of the following:
-
Long press
until the LCD screen lights up.
-
Place the handset in the charger cradle.
The handset will be turned on automatically.
To turn the handset off:
1.
Long press
again when the handset is idle to turn the handset off.
Adjusting Ringer
Ringer Volume
You can adjust the ringer volume of your handset according to the noise level of the
surrounding environment. The ringer volume can be adjusted using the menu or the
predefined shortcut keys (left and right navigation keys) on the keypad when the
handset is idle. The handset supports 5 different ringer volume levels. The default level is
3.
For more information on adjusting the ringer volume using the menu, refer to Ring Tones
on page 23.
To adjust the ringer volume using the predefined shortcut keys:
1.
2.
Note
Press
or
when the handset is idle.
Press
to decrease the ringer volume, or press
to increase the ringer volume.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
If the ringer volume is adjusted to the minimum, the
screen.
icon will appear on the idle
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Locking/Unlocking Keypad
You can lock the handset keypad to prevent keys from being accidentally pressed.
To lock the keypad:
1.
Long press
when the handset is idle until the LCD screen prompts the message
“Keypad Locked, Press and hold ‘#’ to unlock!”.
The keypad is locked and the
icon appears on the idle screen.
You can still answer or reject incoming calls as usual. You can also end the
answered call by pressing
.
To unlock the keypad:
1.
Long press
again until the LCD screen prompts the message “Keypad
Unlocked”.
The keypad is unlocked and the
Note
icon disappears from the idle screen.
If the keypad is locked, only the emergency numbers can be dialed out. You must enter
the digits of the emergency number continuously. To make emergency calls, you should
configure the emergency numbers in advance. For more information, refer to
Emergency Numbers on page 40.
Locating a Handset
You can locate a misplaced handset using the base station to which this handset is
registered.
To locate a handset:
1.
Press
on the base station.
All handsets registered to this base station will ring simultaneously (Paging) and
display the IP address of the base station on the LCD screen.
This helps you locate your handset easily.
You can press any key on the handset or press
again on the base station to
end paging.
Switching Silent Mode On/Off
If the silent mode is switched on, the handset will not ring when receiving an incoming
call, but you can still see the incoming call information on the LCD screen. You can
switch the silent mode on if you do not want to be disturbed.
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To switch the silent mode on:
1.
Long press
until the LCD screen prompts the message “All Ring Tones Off”.
The silent mode is on. The
icon appears on the idle screen.
To switch the silent mode off:
1.
Long press
again until the LCD screen prompts the message “All Ring Tones
On”.
icon disappears from the idle screen.
The silent mode is off. The
Menu Guidance
The handset provides a variety of features that are grouped into menu. This section
provides you with some basic guidance of accessing and navigating the menu.
Main Menu
The handset menu has a number of levels. The main menu is the top-level menu, which
consists of six main menu features: Status, Intercom, Voice Mail, Call Features, Directory
and Settings.
To enter the main menu:
1.
Press
when the handset is idle.
The main menu features are shown on the LCD screen as a list of icons.
To access a main menu feature:
1.
Press
,
,
or
to scroll through the main menu feature list.
The name of the selected main menu feature displays on the top of the LCD screen.
Status
Voice Mail
Directory
2.
Press
Intercom
Call Features
Settings
or the OK soft key to enter the corresponding submenu.
Subm
Submenu
The submenu features display on the LCD screen and they are shown as a list. You can
access the desired submenu feature by selecting the corresponding submenu.
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To access a submenu feature:
1.
Press
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired submenu.
or the OK soft key to access the next menu level.
You can cancel the current operation and return to the previous menu level by
pressing
or the Back soft key.
Returning to Idle Screen
To return to the idle screen:
1.
Long press
to quickly exit the menu and return to the idle screen.
If you do not press any key in a period of time, the LCD screen will automatically exit the
menu and return to the idle status.
Note
If you are navigating the menu, and an incoming call arrives, the LCD screen will
automatically exit the menu and the call will be handled as usual. When the call is
terminated, the LCD screen returns to the idle status.
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Phone Settings
This chapter provides you with some instructions to change the settings of your phone.
The topics include:
Handset Name
Language
Ring Tones
Advisory Tones
Backlight
Screen Saver
Color Schemes
Keypad Light
Notification Light
Date and Time
Shortcuts
Contact Management
Call History Management
Network Call Log
Dial Plan
Emergency Numbers
Outgoing Lines
Incoming Lines
Speed Dial
Auto Answer
Auto Intercom
Handset Reset
Base Reset
Auto Provision
Eco Mode+
Eco Mode
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
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Handset Name
The handset will be assigned a name by default if successfully registered to the base
station. You can personalize the handset name.
To rename the handset:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Edit the current value in the Rename field.
4.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
->Handset Name.
Language
The handset supports displaying text in different languages. The default language of the
handset is English. You can change the language according to your requirement.
To change the language of the handset:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Language.
or
to highlight the desired language and press the Select soft key.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Change phone language to French (the
language you select)?”.
4.
Note
Press the Yes soft key to change the language or the No soft key to cancel.
The languages available for selection depend on the language packs currently loaded
to the handset. Please contact your system administrator for more information on the
available languages of your handset.
Ring Tones
Ring tones are used to indicate incoming calls. You can set different ring tones to
distinguish the incoming lines from each other on your handset. You can also set a ring
tone to distinguish an incoming intercom call. When receiving an incoming call, the
handset rings the specified ring tone.
To configure the ring tones:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
->Audio->Ring Tones->Melodies.
or
or
to highlight the Intercom Call option or the desired line.
to select and listen to the desired ring tone.
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You can also enter the menu
->Audio->Ring Tones->Volume, press
or
to
decrease/increase the ringer volume.
Advisory Tones
Advisory tones are acoustic signals of your handset, which inform you of different
actions and states. The following advisory tones can be configured independently of
each other:
Keypad Tone: plays when a user presses any key of the keypad.
Confirmation: plays when a user saves settings or places the handset in the charger
cradle.
Low Battery: plays when the capacity of the batteries is low and the handset
requires charging.
To configure the advisory tones:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Keypad Tone field.
4.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Confirmation field.
5.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Low Battery field.
6.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
->Audio->Advisory Tones.
Backlight
The handset backlight status in the charging state or out of the charging state can be
configured independently of each other. If enabled, the backlight is always on.
Otherwise, the backlight is turned off after the handset is idle for a period of time. But
the backlight is automatically turned on when an incoming call arrives, a key is pressed
or the status of the handset changes. You can disable the backlight to save power.
To configure the backlight:
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1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the In Charger field.
4.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Out Of Charger field.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
->Display->Display Backlight.
Phone Settings
Screen Saver
You can enable the screen saver to protect the LCD screen if you do not use your
handset for a long time. The screen saver of the handset is designed to protect your
LCD screen by filling it with an analog clock. When the screen saver is enabled, an
analog clock will be activated and displays on the LCD screen if no user activity is
sensed for approximately 10 seconds.
To configure the screen saver:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Screen Saver checkbox.
->Display->Screen Saver.
Color Schemes
You can change the background of your handset by changing the color theme. There
are 2 color themes available.
To change the color scheme:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press the Select soft key to select the color scheme.
->Display->Color Schemes.
or
to highlight the desired color scheme and preview its effect.
The radio box of the selected color theme is marked. The color theme of the
handset is changed accordingly.
Keypad Light
You can enable the keypad light to make the keypad light up when any key is pressed.
This helps you distinguish the keys from each other in a dark environment.
To configure the keypad light:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Keypad Light checkbox.
->Display->Keypad Light.
Notification Light
The notification light is used to indicate voice mails and missed calls. When the handset
receives a voice mail or misses a call, the message key LED flashes red. You can
configure the notification light to indicate the voice mails or missed calls respectively.
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To configure the notification light:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Notification Light.
or
to select the desired value from the Voice Mail field.
If Enabled is selected, the message key LED flashes red when the handset receives
a new voice mail.
4.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Missed Call field.
If Enabled is selected, the message key LED flashes red when the handset receives
a new missed call.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Date and Time
The date and time display on the idle screen of your handset. By default, the handset
obtains the date and time from the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server. If your
handset cannot obtain the date and time from the SNTP server, you can configure the
date and time manually.
You can also configure the time format and date format respectively. The handset
supports two time formats (12 Hour or 24 Hour) and six date formats. The available date
formats are listed in the following table:
Date Format
Example(2011-8-17)
d M,D
17 Aug,Wed
M d,D
Aug 17,Wed
D,d M
Wed,17 Aug
DD/MM/YYYY
17/08/2011
MM/DD/YYYY
08/17/2011
YYYY/MM/DD
2011/08/17
To configure the date and time manually:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Edit the current values in the Date and Time fields.
4.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
->Date & Time.
The date and time that display on the LCD screen will change accordingly.
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To configure the time format:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Time Format.
Press
or
to highlight the desired time format, and press the Change soft
key.
The radio box of the selected time format is marked. The format of the display time
on the LCD screen will be changed accordingly.
To configure the date format:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Date Format.
or
to highlight the desired date format, and press the Change soft
key.
The radio box of the selected date format is marked. The format of the display date
on the LCD screen will be changed accordingly.
Shortcuts
There are two types of shortcut keys on the handset: changeable and unchangeable
shortcut keys. Each shortcut key is assigned a feature by default. For example, long
press
to turn on/off the silent mode, long press
press
to access the directory and so on.
to lock/unlock the keypad,
The changeable shortcut keys are the two soft keys and four navigation keys. The
available features that can be assigned to each key may be a little different.
You can assign the frequently used features to the changeable shortcut keys of your
handset as shortcuts. This helps you get quick access to a feature by directly pressing
the corresponding shortcut key when the handset is idle without having to scroll through
the menu.
To configure a shortcut:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Shortcut.
The LCD screen displays the changeable shortcut keys and the features currently
assigned to them.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired shortcut key.
4.
Press the Change soft key to access the available features.
The feature currently assigned to the selected key is highlighted and followed by a
left arrow.
5.
Press
or
to highlight the desired feature.
6.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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Contact Management
This section provides the operating instructions for managing contacts. The topics
include:
Local Directory
Blacklist
Remote Phonebook
Network Directory
Local Directory
You can store the frequently used contacts in the handset’s local directory, where
names and numbers can be freely added, deleted and edited. This allows you to make
calls without having to dial the number manually. You can store up to 100 contacts,
each with a name, a mobile number and an office number. You can also dial a
contact from the local directory.
The directory entries are usually sorted in alphabetical order by the name attribute.
Spaces and digits take first priority. The sort order is as follows:
1.
Space
2.
Digits (0-9)
3.
Letters (alphabetical)
Other special characters are sorted completely in accordance with the ASCII sort order.
Using Alphanumeric Keys
Keys
You can edit the names and numbers of the contacts stored in the local directory using
the keypad. The digit keys 0-1 are devoid of any letters. But the digit keys 2-9 are all
alphanumeric keys containing one digit and three or four letters in alphabetical order.
The following describes how to use the alphanumeric keys in detail.
To configure the input methods:
The handset provides you with 8 different input methods. You can disable the
infrequently used input methods. Then you can only switch among the enabled input
methods when editing.
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Input Method.
The LCD screen displays all available input methods.
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3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired input method.
4.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the checkbox.
Phone Settings
To enter a character:
You can press the key which contains your desired character a certain number of times
to enter the character.
To switch the input method:
1.
Press
.
The current input method is indicated on the top right-hand corner of the LCD
screen. For example, “ABC” represents the upper-case input method, “abc”
represents the lower-case input method and “123” represents the digital input
method.
To make a space:
1.
Press
when the input method is not “123”.
To move the cursor:
1.
Press
or
to move the cursor.
To delete a wrong input character:
1.
Place the cursor behind the wrong input character.
2.
Press the Del soft key to delete the character.
Adding Contacts
You can add contacts to your local directory manually or from the call history. You can
also add contacts to your local directory from the remote phonebook or the network
directory, for more information, refer to Remote Phonebook on page 33 and Network
Directory on page 34.
To add a contact to the local directory manually:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select New Contact.
4.
Enter the desired values in the Name, Office and Mobile fields.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
.
To add a contact to the local directory from the call history:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired call history list, and press the OK key.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Add To Local->New Entry.
5.
Press
or
to set the number to be the office number or the mobile number
of the new entry, and press the OK soft key.
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Note
6.
Enter the name of the new entry.
7.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
When you are adding a contact, both the office number and the mobile number
cannot be left blank at the same time. When the contact name is left blank, the handset
sets the office number or the mobile number as the contact name.
If the information of the contact you want to add is totally same with that of an existing
entry in the local directory, the screen will prompt “Contact save failed.”.
Editing Contacts
To edit a contact in the local directory:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Edit.
5.
Edit the values in the Name, Office and Mobile fields.
6.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
Deleting Contacts
You can delete a contact or all contacts from the local directory.
To delete a contact:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
The selected entry will be deleted successfully.
To delete all contacts:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
4.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all contacts or the No soft key to cancel.
Searching for Contacts
You can search for the contacts by simply typing a few continuous characters of the
desired contact name or number, and the results of potential matches are dynamically
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filtered and display on the LCD screen.
To search for contacts in the local directory:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter a few continuous characters of the desired contact name or number using
.
the keypad.
The contacts whose name or number matches the search will appear on the LCD
screen after a timeout or when the Search soft key is pressed. You can dial a
contact from the result list.
Placing a Call from Local Directory
To place a call from the local directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Do one of the following:
-
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
If only one number of the contact is stored in the local directory, press
to
dial out the number.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the local directory, press the View soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
Press
or
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
Blacklist
You can store up to 30 numbers in the handset’s blacklist. You can add, edit or delete
numbers in the blacklist. You can also dial a call from the blacklist, but an incoming call
from a number in the blacklist will be rejected automatically.
To add an entry to the blacklist manually:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Press
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select New Entry.
4.
Enter the desired number in the Phone Number field.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
You can also add an entry to the blacklist from the call history. For more information,
refer to Call History Management on page 35.
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To delete an entry from the blacklist:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
The selected entry will be deleted successfully.
To delete all entries from the blacklist:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
4.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all entries or the No soft key to cancel.
To place a call from the blacklist:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
to dial out.
Remote Phonebook
You can access your corporate directory on your handset. You can add local contacts
from the corporate directory. You can also dial a contact from the corporate directory.
Contact your system administrator for the access URL of the corporate directory.
To configure access URL for the corporate directory via web user interface:
1.
Click on Contacts->Remote Phone Book.
2.
Enter the name in the Name field.
3.
Enter the access URL in the Phone Book URL field.
4.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To access your corporate directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
The handset connects to load the corporate directory, and then displays the
corporate contact list on the LCD screen.
To place a call from the corporate directory:
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1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
4.
Select the desired contact from the corporate directory.
5.
Do one of the following:
-
If only one number of the contact is stored in the local directory, press
to
dial out the number.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the local directory, press the View soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
or
Press
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
To add a contact to the local directory from the corporate directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
4.
Select the desired contact from the corporate directory.
5.
Press the Options soft key, and select Add to Local->New Entry.
6.
Press the Save soft key to add the contact to the local directory.
Network Directory
You can access the network directory on your handset. You can add local contacts
from the network directory. You can also dial a contact from the network directory.
Contact your system administrator for the XSI server address, XSI username and XSI
password for accessing the network directory.
To configure the network directory via web user interface:
1.
Click on Contacts->Network Directories.
2.
Enter the valid values in the XSI Server, XSI Username and XSI Password fields.
3.
Select the desired values from the pull-down lists of Group, GroupCommon,
Enterprise and EnterpriseCommon.
4.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To access the network directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
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The handset connects to load the network directory, and then displays the desired
network contact list on the LCD screen.
To place a call from the network directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
The LCD screen displays the desired network contact list.
4.
Press
6.
Do one of the following:
-
or
to highlight the desired entry.
If only one number of the contact is stored in the network directory, press
to dial out the number.
-
If multiple numbers of the contact are stored in the network directory, press the
View soft key to display all the numbers.
Press
or
Press
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
To add a contact to the local directory from the network directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
The LCD screen displays the desired network contact list.
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
5.
Press the Options soft key, and select Add to Local->New Entry.
6.
Press the Save soft key to add the contact to the local directory.
Call History Management
The call history contains call information such as calling/called party identification, time
and date, and call duration. The handset maintains call history lists of All Calls, Outgoing
Calls, Missed Calls and Accepted Calls. Each call history list can store a list of entries
sorted by date and time of the call, starting with the latest call entry. You can check the
detail information of an entry in the call history. You can also dial a call, add an entry to
the blacklist or delete entries from the call history.
To check the local call history:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
2.
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Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
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The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry, and press the View soft key.
The LCD screen displays the detail information of the entry.
To add an entry to the blacklist from the call history:
You can block phone calls from a number by adding this number to the blacklist. For
more information on blacklist, refer to Blacklist on page 32.
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Add To Blacklist.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Are you sure?”.
5.
Press the Yes soft key to add the selected entry to the blacklist or the No soft key to
cancel.
To delete an entry from the call history:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
4.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
The selected entry is deleted successfully.
To delete all entries of a list from the call history:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
4.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all entries of the selected list or the No soft key to
cancel.
To place a call from the call history:
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1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
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Network Call
Call Log
You can access the network call log on the handset. The network call log contains call
information such as calling/called party identification, time and date. You can check
the call log and dial a call from the call log list. The network call log allows users to view
and dial the stored numbers in the following lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls
and Accepted Calls.
To manage the entries of the network call log, you should enable the network call log
feature in advance.
To enable the network call log feature via web user interface:
1.
Click on Contacts->Network Directories.
2.
Select Enabled from the pull-down list of Network CallLog.
The LCD screen displays the network call log lists when you press the History soft key.
If Disabled is selected, the LCD screen displays the local call history lists when you
press the History soft key.
3.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To check the network call log:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 network call log lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed
Calls and Accepted Calls.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry, and press the View soft key.
The LCD screen displays the detail information of the entry.
To place a call from the network call log:
1.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 network call log lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed
Calls and Accepted Calls.
2.
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Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
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The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
3.
Press
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
.
Dial Plan
Dial plan is a string of characters that governs the way your handset processes the
inputs received from your handset keypad. The handset supports the following dial plan
features:
Replace Rule
Area Code
Block Out
The basic expression syntax you need to know:
The dot “.” can be used as a placeholder or multiple placeholders for any
.
character. Example:
“12.” would match “123”, “1234”, “12345”, “12abc”, etc.
x
An “x” can be used as a placeholder for any character. Example:
“12x” would match “121”, “122”, “123”, “12a”, etc.
The square brackets “[]”can be used as a placeholder for a single character
[]
which matches any of a set of characters. Example:
“91[5-7]1234” would match “9151234”, “9161234”, “9171234”, etc.
The parentheses “( )”can be used to group together patterns, for instance, to
()
logically combine two or more patterns. Example:
“91([5-7])1(x)” would match “91511”, “91618”, “91715”, etc.
The “$” should be followed by the sequence number of a parenthesis. The
“$” plus the sequence number means the whole character or characters
placed in the parenthesis. The number directs to the right parenthesis when
$
there are more than one. Example:
A replace rule configuration: Number: “9([5-7]) (.)”, Replace: “5$2”. When
you enter “96123” to dial out on your phone, the number will be replaced as
“5123” and then dialed out. “$2” means the characters in the second
parenthesis, that is, “123”.
Note
When adding a dial plan rule, you can specify the accounts to apply the dial plan rule in
the Account field. The valid value of the “Account” parameter can be one or more
digits among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, each of which represents a line ID. Each digit must be
separated by a comma. For example, when you enter the value “1, 2” in the Account
field, this dial plan rule will apply to account1 and account2.
If you leave the Account field blank or enter an invalid value, then the dial plan rule will
apply to all accounts.
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Replace Rule
You can configure one or more replace rules to remove the specified string and
replace it with another string. You can configure a pattern with wildcards (refer to the
expression syntax in the table above), so that any string that matches the pattern will be
replaced. This feature is convenient for you to dial out a long number. For example, a
replace rule is configured as “Number: 1” and “Replace: 1234567”, when you want to
dial out the number “1234567”, you just need to enter “1”.
To add a replace rule via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
2.
Enter the string (e.g. 2xx) in the Number field.
3.
Enter the string (e.g. 12345) in the Replace field.
4.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
5.
Click Add to add the replace rule.
When you enter the number “234” using the keypad and then dial out, the handset
will dial out “12345” instead.
To edit a replace rule via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
2.
Select the desired replace rule by checking the check box.
3.
Edit the values in the Number and Replace fields.
4.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
5.
Click Edit to accept the change.
To delete one or more replace rules via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
2.
Select the one or more replace rules by checking the check box(es).
3.
Click Delete to delete the replace rule(s).
Area Code
Area codes are also known as Numbering Plan Areas (NPAs). They usually indicate
geographical areas in a country. This feature is necessary only when dialing the number
outside the code area. For example, area code is configured as “Code: 011, Minimum
Length: 4, Maximum Length: 11”, then when you dial out the number “56789”, which
has digits between 4 and 11, the phone will add the area code and dial out the
number “01156789”.
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To configure the area code via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Area Code.
2.
Enter the desired values in the Code, Minimum Length (1-15) and Maximum Length
(1-15) fields.
Note
3.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
4.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
The default values of minimum and maximum length are 1 and 15 respectively.
Block Out
You can block the dialing of specific numbers. When you dial a block out number on
the handset, the dialing will fail and the LCD screen will prompt “Num Block”.
To add a block out number via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Block Out.
2.
Enter the desired value in the BlockOut Number field.
3.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
4.
Click Confirm to add the block out number.
Emergency Numbers
Numbers
Public telephone networks in countries around the world have a single emergency
telephone number (emergency services number), that allows a caller to contact local
emergency services for assistance when required. The emergency telephone number
may differ from country to country. It is typically a three-digit number so that it can be
easily remembered and dialed quickly. Some countries have different emergency
numbers for different emergency services.
You can specify the emergency numbers for contacting the emergency services in an
emergency situation.
Note
Contact your local phone service provider for available emergency numbers in your
area.
To specify emergency numbers via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Features.
2.
Enter the emergency services number in the Emergency Numbers field.
For multiple numbers, enter a comma between each emergency number.
3.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
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Outgoing Lines
After the handset is registered to the base station, you can assign one or more outgoing
lines for the handset. The handset can only use the assigned outgoing line(s) to place
calls. When multiple outgoing lines are assigned to the handset, the handset uses the
first line as the outgoing line by default. You can change the default outgoing line of
the handset.
To change the default outgoing line of the handset:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Default Line.
The LCD screen displays all outgoing lines currently assigned to the handset. The
default outgoing line is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
The default outgoing line is changed successfully.
Incoming Lines
After the handset is registered to the base station, you can assign one or more
incoming lines for the handset. The handset can only receive incoming calls to the
assigned incoming line(s). You can assign incoming lines to all handsets registered to
the same base station on your handset.
To assign the incoming line to the handsets:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
4.
Press the Done soft key.
->Telephony->Incoming Lines.
The LCD screen displays all handsets registered to the base station. The handset
itself is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
5.
Press
or
6.
Press
7.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
8.
Press the Back soft key to return to the previous interface.
9.
Repeat the step 5-7 to assign incoming lines for other handsets.
or
to highlight the desired handset, and press the OK soft key.
to select Accept from the desired line fields.
If a line is assigned to multiple handsets as an incoming line, an incoming call to this
line will cause these handsets to ring simultaneously, but the incoming call can be
answered only by one of them.
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Speed Dial
Speed dial allows you to perform single-digit dialing to predefined numbers. This feature
is particular useful to users who dial certain numbers on regular basis. A maximum of 8
speed dial numbers are allowed.
Assigning a Speed Dial Number
You can assign the important numbers of your directory (including local directory,
remote phonebook and network directory) to the speed dial keys of your handset. This
helps you dial a contact quickly and easily by long pressing the speed dial key without
having to enter the directory. The available speed dial keys are the digit keys 2-9.
To assign a speed dial number from the directory:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Speed Dial.
The LCD screen displays all available speed dial keys.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired speed dial key, and press the Assign soft
or
to highlight the desired directory.
key.
4.
Press
5.
Select the desired contact from the directory.
6.
Do one of the following:
-
If only one number of the contact is stored in the selected directory, press the
OK soft key to assign the number to the selected speed dial key.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the selected directory, press the OK soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
or
to highlight the desired number.
Press the OK soft key again to assign the number to the selected speed dial key.
Deleting a Speed Dial Number
To delete a speed dial number:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Speed Dial.
The LCD screen displays all available speed dial keys.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired speed dial key, which is already assigned
a number.
4.
Press
or the Clear Key soft key to delete the speed dial number.
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Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key
To place a call using the speed dial key:
1.
Long press the speed dial key (digit key) when the handset is idle.
The number assigned to this speed dial key is dialed out.
Auto Answer
When the auto answer feature is enabled, you can simply answer the incoming calls by
lifting the handset from the charger cradle without having to press the off-hook key. The
auto answer feature works only if the handset is placed in the charger cradle.
To configure the auto answer feature:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Auto Answer checkbox.
->Telephony->Auto Answer.
Auto Intercom
Intercom calls are internal calls made between handsets registered to the same base
station. You can enable the auto intercom feature on the handset to automatically
answer an incoming intercom call. The following three configuration types of the auto
intercom feature are available for selection:
On (Beep On): The auto intercom feature is on. The handset will answer an
incoming intercom call automatically after playing a warning tone.
On (Beep Off): The auto intercom feature is on. The handset will answer an
incoming intercom call automatically without playing any tone.
Off: The auto intercom feature is off. You need to answer an incoming intercom
call by pressing the Accept soft key.
To configure the auto intercom feature:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Auto Intercom.
The LCD screen displays three configuration types for selection.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired configuration type, and press the
Change soft key.
The radio box of the selected configuration type is marked.
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Handset Reset
You can reset any individual settings that you have made on the handset. Resetting
your handset will not affect the entries of the directory, the call history, the voice mail
and the handset’s registration to the base station. But you need to note that other
customized settings on the handset will be reset to factory settings after resetting. We
recommend that you ask your system administrator for advice before resetting your
handset.
To reset the handset:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Settings->Handset Reset.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Reset handset to default?”.
3.
Press the Yes soft key to reset the handset or the No soft key to cancel.
Base Reset
You can reset the base station to factory settings. This will clear all individual settings of
the base station, entries of the directory and active SIP registrations. All registered
handsets are de-registered. You need to re-register your handset to use. We
recommend that you ask your system administrator for advice before resetting your
base station.
To reset the handset:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
4.
Press the Done soft key.
->System Settings->Base Reset.
The base station is reset to factory settings successfully. The power indicator LED on
the base station slow flashes when the base station is during the resetting process.
Auto Provision
You can trigger the auto provisioning process using the VoIP wizard. After you enter the
username and password in the wizard and confirm to perform an update, the base
station tries to connect to the RPS server. If the base station successfully connects to the
RPS server, the RPS server responds the base station with the URL for downloading the
configuration files. Then the base station tries to perform the auto provisioning process.
Contact your system administrator for more information on the username and password
for connecting to the RPS server.
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To trigger the auto provisioning:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000) and press the Done soft key.
4.
Enter the valid value in the Username field and press the OK soft key.
5.
Enter the valid value in the Password field and press the OK soft key.
->System Settings->Auto Provision.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Update now?”.
6.
Press the Yes soft key to perform an update or press the No soft key to cancel.
Eco Mode+
Eco mode+ turns off the transmission power and the radio waves emitted are
virtually zero when the phone is in the standby mode. If the eco mode+ is
enabled, the base station only transmits a signal when necessary, for example,
when a call comes in, when the phone is in use, or when a connection occurs.
To configure the eco mode+:
1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Eco Mode+ checkbox.
4.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000) and press the Done soft key.
->System Settings->Eco Mode+.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Are you sure you want to reboot the base
station?”.
5.
Press the Yes soft key to reboot the handset.
The base station reboots to make the configuration take effect. The configuration
applies to all the handsets registered to the same base station.
Eco Mode
Eco mode greatly reduces the transmission power and signal output no matter
the phone is in standby mode or talk mode.
Eco mode is disabled by default and the color of the signal strength indicator
shown on the top left-hand corner of the idle screen is white.
To configure the eco mode:
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1.
Press
to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
3.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Eco Mode checkbox.
->System Settings->Eco Mode.
Phone Settings
If the Eco Mode checkbox is checked, the eco mode is enabled. The color of the
signal strength indicator on the idle screen will change to green.
Note
If the eco mode is enabled, the range of the base station will be reduced.
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Call Features
The W52P IP DECT phone is designed to be easily used like a regular phone on a public
switched telephone network (PSTN). You can place internal and external calls, answer
calls, transfer a call to someone else, or conduct a conference call.
This chapter provides operating instructions of the call features. The topics include:
Placing Calls
Answering Calls
Ending Calls
Redialing Calls
Call Mute
Call Hold/Resume
Call Waiting
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Call Forward
Call Transfer
Conference Call
Anonymous Call
Anonymous Call Rejection
Voice Mail
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Placing Calls
You can use your handset to place an internal or external call. You can place a call
using the following call modes:
Earpiece mode—pressing the off-hook key to dial out.
Speakerphone mode—pressing the speakerphone key to dial out.
Headset mode—connecting a headset.
During the call, you can switch the call mode by pressing the corresponding keys or
connecting a headset.
You can cancel the dialing operation by pressing the on-hook key. During the call
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conversation, you can press the left and right navigation keys to adjust the volume of
the currently used audio devices (earpiece, headset or loudspeaker). The call duration
displays on the LCD screen while the call is in progress.
Placing Internal Calls
Calls
You can make free internal calls between the handsets registered to the same base
station. You can place an internal call to one handset or all handsets registered to the
same base station.
To place an internal call to one handset:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
.
The LCD screen displays all other registered handset names and the All HS option.
3.
Press
4.
Press
or
,
to highlight the desired handset name.
,
or the OK soft key to dial out.
To place an internal call to all handsets:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
.
The LCD screen displays all registered handset names and the All HS option.
3.
Select All HS.
4.
Press
,
,
or the OK soft key to dial out.
All other handsets registered to this base station will ring simultaneously.
Placing External Calls
Calls
You can place external calls on the handset. External calls based on the public
telephone network require the use of SIP lines. Your system administrator will assign the
SIP line to the handset beforehand, so that after you register the handset to the base
station, the handset is ready to use.
To place an external call:
1.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
2.
Press
,
or
to dial out.
If there are multiple lines assigned to your handset as outgoing lines, press the Line
soft key to select the desired line and then press
or the Dial soft key to dial out.
If you do not select a line, the handset uses the default outgoing line to dial out.
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To place a new call during an active call:
You can have at most two calls on your handset.
1.
Press the Ext.Call soft key.
The active call is placed on hold.
2.
Enter the desired number in the Call To field using the keypad.
3.
Press
or
to dial out.
You can also make an IP call by directly dialing the IP address of any IP phone. For
example, IP: 192.168.1.15.
Note
Answering Calls
You can answer a call in three ways:
Using the earpiece
Using the speakerphone
Using the headset
Note
You can ignore an incoming call by pressing the Silence soft key or reject an incoming
call by pressing the on-hook key.
You can also activate Do Not Disturb mode on a per-line basis to reject all incoming calls
of the specified line.
Answering When Not in Another Call
In all cases, the active call will appear on the LCD screen showing call duration and
destination.
To answer a call using the earpiece:
1.
Press
or the Accept soft key.
To answer a call using the speakerphone mode:
1.
Press
.
To answer a call using the headset:
1.
With a headset connected, press the Accept soft key.
Answering When in Another Call
If you are during an active call, an incoming call arrives on the handset, do the
following:
1.
Press
,
or the Accept soft key.
The incoming call is answered and the original call is placed on hold.
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Ending Calls
To end a call:
Do one of the following:
-
Press
-
Place the handset in the charger cradle.
.
Redialing Calls
The redial number list stores the twenty last dialed phone numbers. When the memory of
the redial number list is full, the handset will automatically erase the oldest dialed
number when a new number is dialed. You can redial a call from the redial number list.
To redial the last dialed number:
1.
Press
when the handset is idle.
2.
Press
again.
A call to your last dialed number is attempted.
To redial a previously dialed number:
1.
Press
when the handset is idle.
The handset displays the last dialed phone numbers.
2.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
You can press Options->Edit Before Call to edit the phone number or select the
desired line.
3.
Press
again.
You can add local contacts from the redial number list. You can also delete an entry or
all entries from the redial number list.
Call Mute
You can mute the microphone during an active call. When muting the microphone,
you can hear the other party but he or she cannot hear you. For example, if you do not
want the other party to listen in while you talk to someone in the room, you can mute
the microphone temporarily.
To mute a call:
1.
Press
during an active call.
The call is on mute and the
icon displays on the LCD screen.
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To un-mute a call:
1.
Press
The
again.
icon disappears from the LCD screen.
Call Hold/Resume
You can place an active call on hold. At any time, at most one active call can be in
progress on your handset. Another call can be answered and made while placing the
original call on hold.
To place a call on hold:
1.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Hold.
The call is placed on hold and the
icon displays on the LCD screen.
To resume a hold call:
Do one of the following:
-
Press the Resume soft key.
-
Press
.
-
Press
.
Two Calls on Hold:
If two calls are placed on hold on the handset, press the Resume soft key to resume the
current call. Press
Note
,
or the Swap soft key to swap between the two calls.
When the call on the handset is on hold, placing the handset in the charger cradle will
not end the call.
Call Waiting
You can enable or disable the call waiting feature on the handset. If the call waiting
feature is enabled, the handset will notify you of a new incoming call during a call, and
present the incoming call information visually on the LCD screen. You can also enable
the handset to play a warning tone when receiving a new incoming call during a call. If
the call waiting feature is disabled, the new incoming call will be automatically
rejected by the handset.
To configure the call waiting feature:
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1.
Press
2.
Select
3.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Call Waiting.
or
to select the desired value from the Status field.
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Note
4.
Press
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
or
to select the desired value from the Tone field.
The call waiting tone works only if the call waiting feature is enabled.
To answer a new incoming call during a call:
If call waiting feature is enabled, a new incoming call can be answered during a call.
1.
Press the Accept soft key to answer the new incoming call.
The original call is placed on hold.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
You can activate or deactivate the DND mode on a per-line basis. If DND mode is
activated for a specific line, all incoming calls to the line will be rejected automatically,
and the callers will hear a busy signal.
To activate DND mode for a specific line:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Do Not Disturb.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
3.
Press
4.
Press
5.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
The
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
icon on the idle screen indicates the DND mode is activated. You can press the
Line soft key when the handset is idle to check the line status. The
icon in the bottom
of a line indicates that the DND mode is activated for this line.
The handset will reject all incoming calls to the line, and the LCD screen displays the
missed call icon
followed by the number of missed calls.
Call Forward
You can enable the call forward feature on a per-line basis. The handset will forward
incoming calls to the line to another party. There are three forwarding types:
Always Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded.
Busy Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded if the line is busy.
No Answer Forward: Incoming calls are forwarded if not answered after a period of
time.
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To enable the call forward feature for a specific line:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Call Forward.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired forwarding type, and press the OK soft
key.
or
to select Enabled from the Status field.
5.
Press
6.
Enter the destination number you want to forward incoming calls to in the Target
field.
7.
Press
or
to select the desired ring time to wait before forwarding from the After
Ring Time field (only available for No Answer Forward).
8.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
The
icon on the idle screen indicates the call forward feature is enabled.
If Always Forward is selected, there is no prompt on the LCD screen when the line
receives an incoming call. The incoming call is logged in the Accepted Calls list.
Note
Call forward feature may be overridden by the server settings. For more information,
contact your system administrator.
Call Transfer
You can transfer a call to another party in one of the following ways:
Blind Transfer: Transfer a call directly to another party without consulting.
Semi-Attended Transfer: Transfer a call when receiving the ring-back.
Attended Transfer: Transfer a call with prior consulting.
To perform a blind transfer:
1.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Blind Transfer.
2.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
,
or the Transfer soft key.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
or the OK soft key.
The call is connected to the number or handset you specified, and the LCD screen
prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
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To perform a semi-attended transfer:
1.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Transfer.
2.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
or the Transfer soft key to dial out.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
3.
Press
or the OK soft key to dial out.
or the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer when receiving the
ring-back.
The LCD screen prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
To perform an attended transfer:
1.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Transfer.
2.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
or the Transfer soft key to dial out.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
3.
or the OK soft key to dial out.
Press the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer after the party answers the call.
The LCD screen prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
Conference Call
You can use the handset to create a local conference with other parties. The handset
supports up to 3 parties (including yourself) in a conference call. You can create a
conference between an active call and a held call on the handset (on the same line or
different lines).
To set up a local conference call:
1.
Place a call to the first party.
2.
Press the Options soft key, and select Conference.
3.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number of the second party or select the handset you want to add to
the conference.
Press
or the Conf. soft key to dial out.
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-
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
4.
or the OK soft key to dial out.
When the second party answers the call, you can consult with him or her before
adding to the conference.
5.
Press the Conf. soft key again to join all parties in the conference.
To join two calls in a conference:
1.
Place two calls on the handset.
2.
Select the desired call and make sure the call is active.
3.
Press the Options soft key, and select Conference.
Two calls are joined in the conference.
To drop the conference call, press
or the End soft key.
Anonymous Call
You can use anonymous call feature to block the identity and phone number from
showing up to the called party when you call someone. For example, you want to call
to consult some service, but you do not want to be harassed. You can configure the
anonymous call feature on a per-line basis.
Note
The anonymous call feature is not available on all servers. Contact your system
administrator for more information.
To enable the anonymous call feature for a specific line:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Anonymous Call.
The LCD screen displays the outgoing lines currently assigned to the handset. The
default outgoing line is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
3.
Press
4.
Press
5.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
or
to select Enabled from the Status field.
To place an anonymous call:
1.
Using the specific line on the handset to place a call.
The LCD screen of the phone receiving this call prompts an incoming call from
anonymity.
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Anonymous Call Rejection
You can use anonymous call rejection feature to reject incoming calls from anonymous
callers. Anonymous call rejection automatically rejects incoming calls from callers who
deliberately block their identities and numbers from showing up. You can configure the
anonymous call rejection feature on a per-line basis.
To enable the anonymous call rejection feature for a specific line:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Anon.Call Rejection.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
3.
Press
4.
Press
5.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
Voice Mail
You can leave voice mails to someone else. You can also receive and listen to the
voice mails. The voice mail feature ensures that you will never miss any important
messages. When receiving a new voice mail, the
icon appears on the LCD screen
with the number of unread voice mails and the message key LED flashes red.
Note
The voice mail feature is not available on all servers. Contact your system administrator
for more information.
To leave a voice mail:
You can leave a voice mail to someone else when he or she is busy or inconvenient to
answer the call. Follow the voice prompts from the system server to leave a voice mail,
and then hang up after completing.
To configure the voice mail access code:
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Set Voice Mail.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
3.
Press
or
4.
Press
5.
Enter the voice mail access code in the Number field.
6.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the Select soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
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To configure fast access for voice mail:
You can configure fast access to connect straight to the voice mails of the desired line
by long pressing the digit key 1, when the handset is idle without having to scroll through
the menu.
1.
Press
2.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Set Key 1.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line and press the Select soft key.
The radio box of the selected line is marked.
To listen to the voice mail using the menu:
1.
Press the OK key to enter the main menu.
2.
Select
->Play Message.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
3.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the Select soft key.
The handset dials out the voice mail access code using the selected line
automatically.
4.
Listen to the voice mail following the voice prompts from the system server.
To listen to the voice mail via fast access:
1.
Long press
when the handset is idle.
The handset automatically dials out the voice mail access code using the line you
selected when configuring fast access for voice mail.
2.
Listen to the voice mail of this line following the voice prompts from the system
server.
You can also listen to the voice mail by pressing
to enter into the Message & Call
interface. Select the desired line and press the Select soft key.
Note
Before listening to the voice mails, make sure the voice mail access code has been
configured.
When all new voice mails are retrieved, the
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Troubleshooting
This chapter provides some general troubleshooting information to help you solve the
problems you might encounter when using your W52P IP DECT phone.
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Why doesn’t the handset ring?
Ensure the ringer volume of your handset is not adjusted to the minimum. Refer to
Adjusting Ringer Volume on page 17.
Make sure the silent mode is not switched on. Refer to Switching Silent Mode
On/Off on page 18.
Why can’t I receive calls?
Ensure the DND mode is not activated. Refer to Do Not Disturb (DND) on page 52.
Ensure the Always Forward feature is not enabled. Refer to Call Forward on page
52.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”Not Subscribed”?
Check the registration status of your handset. If your handset is not registered to the
base station, register it manually. Refer to Handset Registration on page 13.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”Not in range”?
Ensure the base station is properly plugged into a functional AC outlet.
Ensure the handset is not too far from the base station.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”No LAN Connection”?
Ensure the Ethernet cable is plugged into the Internet port on the base station and
the Ethernet cable is not loose.
Ensure the switch or hub in your network is operational.
Why does paging fail?
Check the current mode of the base station. If the base station is not on the paging
mode, press the paging key on the base station to cast the base station into the paging
mode.
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Why can’t I turn the handset on?
Ensure the batteries are inserted into the handset. If the batteries are already inserted
into the handset, place the handset into the charger cradle.
Why do I hear some noise during a call?
Ensure you are not using the handset or base station in an area with high electrical
interference. You can reposition the handset and the base station to keep them
far away from sources of high electrical interference
Ensure the handset is not too far from the base station.
Turn off the handset. Restart the base station, turn on the handset and place a call
to see if there is still noise heard during the call.
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Appendix
Firmware Upgrading
You can upgrade your base station or handset to the latest firmware version. The latest
firmware version not only improves the performance of the base station or handset, but
also provides more features compared to the previous versions.
Upgrading the Base Station
You can upgrade the base station firmware via auto provisioning or via the web user
interface. This section provides you with the instruction of upgrading the base station via
the web user interface. For more information on upgrading the base station via auto
provisioning, refer to the document WELL W52P Auto Provisioning User Guide.
To upgrade the base station firmware, contact your system administrator for the latest
firmware file, and store it on your local system.
To upgrade the base station firmware via web user interface:
1.
Click on Phone->Upgrade.
2.
In the Select and Upgrade Firmware field, locate the firmware file from your local
system.
3.
Click Upgrade to upgrade the firmware of the base station.
The upgrading process will take a few minutes. The power indicator LED on the base
station slow flashes when the base station is during the firmware upgrading process.
Once the base station firmware has been successfully upgraded, the base station
reboots automatically. The handset will perform an auto registration to the base station.
You can check the firmware version of the base station using the handset. For more
information, refer to Checking System Status on page 15.
Note
Do not refresh or close the browser during the upgrading process of the base station.
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port
You can upgrade your handset firmware via the USB port located underneath the
battery cover. USB ports allow standalone electronic devices to be connected via
cables to a computer.
To upgrade the handset firmware, contact your system administrator for the latest
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firmware file and the firmware upgrading tool (W52P-HS-Flasher.exe), and store them on
your local system.
To connect the handset to the PC using the USB cable:
Before upgrading the handset, you need to connect the handset to the computer.
1.
Open the battery cover of the handset.
A USB mini port is located underneath the battery cover.
2.
Connect the USB cable to the computer.
3.
Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on the handset.
To upgrade the handset firmware:
1.
Double click the W52P-HS-Flasher.exe application.
2.
Click the Browse button to locate the latest firmware file from your local system.
3.
Click the Upgrade button.
The handset is turned off. The status of the upgrading process is indicated on the
interface of the firmware upgrading tool. The upgrading process will take a few
minutes.
Once the handset firmware has been successfully upgraded, the handset is turned on
automatically, plays a warning tone and performs an auto registration to the base
station. You can check the firmware version of the handset. For more information, refer
to Checking System Status on page 15.
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Menu Structure
System Sta tus
Line Sta tus
Pla y M essag e
Set Voice M a il
Set Key 1
Call Forw ard
Alw ays
Busy
No Answ er
Do Not Disturb
Ca ll Wa iting
Anon. Ca ll Rejection
Anonymous Call
Local Dir
Netw ork Dir
Remote Phonebook
Da te & Time
Aud io
Display
Ad visory Tones
Ring Tones
Screen Sa ver
Colour Schemes
Display Ba cklig ht
Keypa d Lig ht
Notifica tion Lig ht
Time Forma t
Date Forma t
Input M ethod
Shortcut
Lang ua ge
Reg istra tion
Telep hony
System Settings
Ha nd set Name
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Reg ister Hand set
De-reg. Ha nd set
Select Ba se
Auto Answ er
Auto Intercom
Defa ult Line
Incoming Lines
Sp eed Dia l
Caller Blacklist
Netw ork
Ha nd set Reset
Cha ng e Base PIN
Ba se Reset
Ba se Restart
Auto Provision
Eco M od e+
Eco M od e
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Regulatory Notices
Important Safety Information
To reduce risk of fire, severe personal injury and damage to property, read the following
safety information carefully before using the product.
Environmental Requirements
Place the product on a stable, level and non-slip surface.
Do not place the product close to heat sources, in direct sunlight or next to
any household appliance with strong magnetic field or electromagnetic
field, such as a microwave oven or a refrigerator.
Do not allow the product to come into contact with water, dust and
chemicals.
Protect the product from aggressive liquids and vapors.
Do not place the product on or near any inflammable or fire-vulnerable
object, such as rubber-made materials.
Do not install the product in rooms with high humidity, for example, in
bathrooms, laundry rooms and wet basements.
Safety Notes During Operation
Use only spare parts and accessories supplied or authorized by WELL. The
operation of non- authorized parts cannot be guaranteed.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the handset or the base station in
case of damage and deformation caused by the heavy load.
Do not open the handset or the base station by yourself for repair purpose,
which could expose you to high votages. Have all repairs carried out by
authorized service personel.
Do not let a child operate the product without guidance.
Keep the small accessories contained in your product out of reach of small
children in case of accidental swallowing.
Before plugging or unplugging any cable, make sure that your hands are
completely dry.
Do not hold the handset up to your ear when speakphone is on or when the
ringer is ringing as the volumn can be very loud, which may be harmful to
your hearing.
During a thunderstorm, stop using the product and disconnect it from the
power supply to avoid lightning strike.
If the product is left unused for a rather long time, disconnect the base
station from the power supply and unplug the power adapter.
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When there is smoke emitted from the product, or some abnormal noise or
smell, disconnect the product from the power supply, and unplug the power
adapter immediately.
Remove the electrical cord from an outlet by pulling gently on the power
adapter, not by pulling the cord.
Battery Precautions
Do not immerse the battery into water, which could short-circuit and
damage the battery.
Do not expose the battery to an open flame or leave the battery where it
could be subjected to extremly high temperatues, which could cause the
battery to explode.
Do power the handset off before removing the battery.
Do not try to use the bettery for the power supply of any device other than
this handset.
Do not open or mutilate the battery, released electrolyte is corrosive and
may cause damage to the your eyes or skin.
Use only the rechargeable battery pack delivered with the handset or those
rechargeable battery packs expressly recommended by WELL.
Defective or exhausted batteries should never be disposed of as municipal
waste. Return old batteries to the battery supplier, a licensed battery dealer
or a designated collection facility.
Notices of Cleaning
Before cleaning the base station, stop using it and disconnect it from the
power supply.
Remove the battery before cleaning the handset to reduce risk of electric
shock.
Only clean your product with a piece of slightly moist and anti-static cloth.
Keep the power plug clean and dry. Using a dirty or wet power plug may
lead to electric shock or other perils.
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A
About This Guide
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Account Registration
Adding Contacts
16
30
Adjusting Ringer Volume
17
24
Advisory Tones
Always Forward
52
Anonymous Call
55
Anonymous Call Rejection
Answering Calls
56
49
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Area Code
39
Assigning a Speed Dial Number
Attended Transfer
Auto Answer
42
53
43
Auto Intercom
43
Auto Provision
44
AC Power
4
B
Backlight
24
Base Reset
44
Base Station Description
Basic Network Settings
Basic Operations
7
14
13
Battery Charging Status
Battery Information
Battery Status
Blacklist
6
5
10
32
Blind Transfer
Block Out
53
40
Busy Forward
52
C
Call Features
47
Call Forward
52
Call Hold/Resume
51
Call History Management
Call Mute
35
50
Call Transfer
53
Call Waiting
51
Connecting the W52P Base Station
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Charging the Handset
6
Checking Line Status
17
Checking System Status
Copyright
15
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25
D
Date and Time
26
Deleting Contacts
31
Deleting a Speed Dial Number
Declaration of Conformity
Dial Plan
42
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Displaying Information on LCD Screen
Do Not Disturb (DND)
52
E
45
Eco Mode+
Eco Mode
45
31
Editing Contacts
Emergency Numbers
Ending Calls
40
50
F
Firmware Upgrading
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G
Getting Started
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H
Handset Description
Handset Name
23
Handset Registration
Handset Reset
44
I
Icon Instructions
Incoming Lines
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11
41
13
10
Information for DECT Product
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K
Keypad Light
25
L
Language
23
Local Directory
28
Locating a Handset
18
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
18
M
Main Menu
19
Menu Guidance
19
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N
No Answer Forward
52
25
Notification Light
O
Overview
7
Outgoing Lines
41
P
Packaging Contents
Phone Settings
1
22
Placing a Call from Local Directory
Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key
Placing Calls
32
43
47
Placing External Calls
48
Placing Internal Calls
48
Power over Ethernet
4
R
Redialing Calls
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Remote Phonebook
Replace Rule
33
39
Returning to Idle Screen
21
23
Ring Tones
S
Screen Saver
25
Searching for Contacts
31
Semi-Attended Transfer
53
Setting up the Charger Cradle
5
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset
Shortcuts
27
Signal Strength
Speed Dial
Submenu
5
10
42
19
Switching Silent Mode On/Off
18
T
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Turning Handset On/Off
17
U
Upgrading the Base Station
61
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port
Using Alphanumeric keys
V
Voice Mail
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W
Warranty
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Copyright
Copyright © 2013 YEALINK NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Copyright © 2013 Yealink Network Technology CO., LTD. All rights reserved. No parts of this
publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or
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its consent to downloading and printing copies of the content provided in this file only for
private use and not for redistribution. No parts of this publication may be subject to alteration,
modification or commercial use. Yealink Network Technology CO., LTD. will not be liable for any
damages arising from use of an illegally modified or altered publication.
Warranty
THE SPECIFICATIONS AND INFORMATION REGARDING THE PRODUCTS IN THIS GUIDE ARE SUBJECT
TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL STATEMENTS, INFORMATION, AND RECOMMENDATIONS IN
THIS GUIDE ARE BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BUT ARE PRESENTED WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. USERS MUST TAKE FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR APPLICATION OF
PRODUCTS.
YEALINK NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD
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AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Yealink Network Technology CO., LTD. shall not be
liable for errors contained herein nor for incidental or consequential damages in connection
with the furnishing, performance, or use of this guide.
Declaration of Conformity
Hereby, Yealink Network Technology CO., LTD. declares that this phone is in conformity with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of the CE, FCC.
CE Mark Warning
Warning
This device is marked with the CE mark in compliance with EC Directives 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
This device complies with the following standards:
1.
Safety: EN 60950-1:2006+A11:2009+A1:2010+A12:2011
2.
SAR: EN62479:2010
3.
EMC: ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09) & ETSI EN 301 489-6 V1.3.1 (2008-08)
4.
Radio: ETSI EN 301 406 V2.1.1 (2009-07)
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Part 15 FCC Rules
This device is compliant with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Class B Digital Device or Peripheral
This equipment is tested and complies with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this telephone. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4.
Consult the dealer or an experience radio/TV technician for help.
Note: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Yealink Network Technology Co., Ltd could void
the user's authority to operate the equipment.
ACTA Information
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the
bottom of the base station is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the
format US: T2LXXXXXXX.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
This telephone system meets FCC standards for Hearing Aid Compatibility.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment.
This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20 centimeters between the
radiator and your body. This transmitter must not be co-located or operated in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used
with the belt clip supplied with this product. Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC
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Information for DECT Product
This telephone is compliant with the DECT 6.0 standard which operates in the 1.92GHz to
1.93GHz frequency range. Installation of this equipment is subject to notification and
coordination with UTAM. Any relocation of this equipment must be coordinated through
and approved by UTAM. UTAM may be contacted at 1-800-429-8826.
WEEE Warning
To avoid the potential effects on the environment and human health as a result of the
presence of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment, end users of
electrical and electronic equipment should understand the meaning of the crossed-out
wheeled bin symbol. Do not dispose of WEEE as unsorted municipal waste and have to
collect such WEEE separately.
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GNU GPL INFORMATION
W52P firmware contains third-party software under the GNU General Public License (GPL). Yealink uses
software under the specific terms of the GPL. Please refer to the GPL for the exact terms and conditions of
the license.
The original GPL license, source code of components licensed under GPL and used in Yealink products can
be downloaded from Yealink web site:
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About This Guide
The WELL W52P IP DECT phone is a full-featured mobile device, which can provide
reliable and convenient wireless voice communications. In addition, it provides many
widely accepted benefits of the DECT standard, including high security, scalability, and
low power consumption to better meet your requirements.
This guide provides everything you need to quickly use your new phone. Be sure to
verify with your system administrator that your network is prepared for configuring your
IP DECT phone. As well, be sure to read the Packing List and Regulatory Notices sections
in this guide before you set up and use your W52P IP DECT phone.
If this is your first time using the W52P IP DECT phone, we recommend that you first refer
to the Quick Installation Guide and Quick Reference Guide.
In This Guide
The topics provided in this guide include:
Chapter 1
Getting Started
Chapter 2
Overview
Chapter 3
Basic Operations
Chapter 4
Phone Settings
Chapter 5
Call Features
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Table of Contents
About This Guide .................................................................. lxxvii
In This Guide .......................................................................................................................... lxxvii
Table of Contents .................................................................. lxxix
Getting Started ............................................................................ 1
Packaging Contents ................................................................................................................. 1
Connecting the W52P Base Station ....................................................................................... 3
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset ...................................................................................... 5
Setting up the Charger Cradle................................................................................................ 5
Charging the Handset .............................................................................................................. 6
Overview...................................................................................... 7
Base Station Description ........................................................................................................... 7
Handset Description .................................................................................................................. 8
Displaying Information on LCD Screen ................................................................................10
Icon Instructions ........................................................................................................................11
Basic Operations ....................................................................... 13
Handset Registration ...............................................................................................................13
Basic Network Settings ............................................................................................................14
Checking System Status ..........................................................................................................15
Account Registration...............................................................................................................16
Checking Line Status ...............................................................................................................17
Turning Handset On/Off ..........................................................................................................17
Adjusting Ringer Volume ........................................................................................................17
Locking/Unlocking Keypad ....................................................................................................18
Locating a Handset .................................................................................................................18
Switching Silent Mode On/Off ...............................................................................................18
Menu Guidance .......................................................................................................................19
Main Menu .............................................................................................................................19
Submenu ................................................................................................................................19
Returning to Idle Screen ......................................................................................................21
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Phone Settings ........................................................................... 22
Handset Name .........................................................................................................................23
Language ..................................................................................................................................23
Ring Tones ..................................................................................................................................23
Advisory Tones ..........................................................................................................................24
Backlight ....................................................................................................................................24
Screen Saver .............................................................................................................................25
Color Schemes .........................................................................................................................25
Keypad Light .............................................................................................................................25
Notification Light ......................................................................................................................25
Date and Time ..........................................................................................................................26
Shortcuts ....................................................................................................................................27
Contact Management ...........................................................................................................28
Local Directory ......................................................................................................................28
Blacklist....................................................................................................................................32
Remote Phonebook .............................................................................................................33
Network Directory .................................................................................................................34
Call History Management ......................................................................................................35
Network Call Log ......................................................................................................................37
Dial Plan .....................................................................................................................................38
Replace Rule .........................................................................................................................39
Area Code .............................................................................................................................39
Block Out ................................................................................................................................40
Emergency Numbers ...............................................................................................................40
Outgoing Lines ..........................................................................................................................41
Incoming Lines ..........................................................................................................................41
Speed Dial .................................................................................................................................42
Assigning a Speed Dial Number ........................................................................................42
Deleting a Speed Dial Number ..........................................................................................42
Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key .................................................................................43
Auto Answer ..............................................................................................................................43
Auto Intercom...........................................................................................................................43
Handset Reset ...........................................................................................................................44
Base Reset .................................................................................................................................44
Auto Provision ...........................................................................................................................44
Eco Mode+ ................................................................................................................................45
Eco Mode ..................................................................................................................................45
Call Features.............................................................................. 47
Placing Calls ..............................................................................................................................47
Placing Internal Calls............................................................................................................48
Placing External Calls ...........................................................................................................48
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Answering Calls ........................................................................................................................49
Ending Calls ...............................................................................................................................50
Redialing Calls ..........................................................................................................................50
Call Mute ...................................................................................................................................50
Call Hold/Resume ....................................................................................................................51
Call Waiting ...............................................................................................................................51
Do Not Disturb (DND) ..............................................................................................................52
Call Forward ..............................................................................................................................52
Call Transfer ...............................................................................................................................53
Conference Call ......................................................................................................................54
Anonymous Call .......................................................................................................................55
Anonymous Call Rejection .....................................................................................................56
Voice Mail..................................................................................................................................56
Troubleshooting ......................................................................... 59
Appendix ................................................................................... 61
Firmware Upgrading ................................................................................................................61
Upgrading the Base Station................................................................................................61
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port ................................................................................61
Menu Structure .........................................................................................................................63
Regulatory Notices.................................................................... 65
Important Safety Information.................................................................................................65
Index .......................................................................................... 67
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Getting Started
This chapter provides basic installation instructions and information for obtaining the
best performance with the W52P IP DECT phone. The topics include:
Packaging Contents
Connecting the W52P Base Station
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset
Setting up the Charger Cradle
Charging the Handset
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Packaging Contents
The following components are included in your W52P/W52H IP DECT phone package:
W52P Package
W52H Package
1 base station
1 handset
1 handset
1 charge cradle
1 charge cradle
1 power adapter
2 power adapters
2 rechargeable batteries
2 rechargeable batteries
1 belt clip
1 Ethernet cable
1 belt clip
1 Quick Installation Guide and
Quick Reference Guide
1 CD ROM
W52P Base Station
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W52P/W52H Handset
Charger Cradle
Power Adapter
Two Rechargeable Batteries
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Ethernet Cable
Belt Clip
Quick Installation Guide & Quick Reference Guide
CD-ROM
Check the list before installation. If you find anything missing, contact your system
administrator.
Connecting the W52P Base Station
You have two options for power and network connection of the base station. Your
system administrator will advise you which one to use.
AC power
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
Note
Please pay attention to the range of the base station. This is up to 300 m in unobstructed
outdoor areas and up to 50 m inside buildings.
Set up the base station and the charger cradle at a central location on a flat, non-slip
surface in your house or apartment.
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AC Power
To connect the AC power:
3.
Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the DC5V port on the base station
and connect the other end of the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
4.
Connect the supplied Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the base station
and the Internet port in your network or the switch/hub device port.
Power over Ethernet
Using a regular Ethernet cable, the base station can be powered from a PoE (IEEE
802.3af) compliant switch or hub.
To connect the PoE:
2.
Connect the Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the base station and an
available port on the in-line power switch/hub.
Note
If in-line power is provided, you do not need to connect the AC adapter. Make sure the
Ethernet cable and switch/hub are PoE compliant.
Important! Do not unplug or remove the power and network to the base station while it is
updating firmware and configurations.
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Setting up the W52P/W52H
W52P/W52H Handset
To insert batteries into the handset:
4.
Open the battery cover.
5.
Insert the batteries in the correct polarity.
6.
Close the battery cover.
Note
Do not short-circuit the batteries, as short-circuiting the terminals may damage the
batteries or the handset.
Do not use damaged batteries, as using damaged batteries may cause an explosion.
Battery Information
Technology: Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Size: AAA
Voltage: 1.2V
Capacity: 800mAh
We strongly recommend you use the batteries complying with the above parameters.
Because the compliant ones can guarantee the specified operating time, full
functionality and long service life. The operating time of your handset depends on the
capacity and age of the batteries and the way they are used.
Setting up the Charger
harger Cradle
3.
Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the DC5V port on the charger
cradle.
4.
Connect the other end of the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
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Charging the Handset
To charge the handset:
2.
After setting up the handset and charger cradle, place the handset in the charger
cradle.
The original handset included in the W52P package is pre-registered to the base station.
After charging, the handset is ready to use.
Battery Charging Status
The charging status of batteries displays on the top right-hand corner of the LCD screen:
Icon
Charge Status
Fully Charged
75% Charged
50% Charged
25% Charged
10% Charged
Almost Flat
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Overview
Overview
This chapter provides the overview of the W52P IP DECT phone. The topics include:
Base Station Description
Handset Description
Displaying Information on LCD Screen
Icon Instructions
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Base Station Description
After the base station starts up successfully and the handset is registered to the base
station, all LEDs on the base station illuminate solid green.
Hardware component instructions of the W52P base station are:
Item
Paging Key
Description
Locates a misplaced handset.
Toggles the registration mode.
Indicates the mode of the base station.
Fast flashes green when the base station is in the paging
mode.
②
Registration LED
Slow flashes green when the base station is in the
registration mode.
Illuminates solid green when there is any handset
registered to the base station.
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Item
Description
Indicates the network status.
③
Network Status LED
Slow flashes green when the network is unavailable.
Illuminates solid green when the network is ready.
Indicates the power status of the base station.
Slow flashes green when the base station is during the
firmware upgrading process.
④
Power Indicator LED
Slow flashes green when the base station is during the
resetting process.
Illuminates solid green when the base station is powered
on.
Handset Description
The main hardware components of the W52P/W52H handset are the LCD screen and
the keypad.
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Hardware component instructions of the W52P/W52H handset are:
Item
①
Earpiece
②
LCD Screen
③
Soft Keys
Description
Outputs audio during the earpiece call.
Shows call information, handset status icons, prompt
messages and so on.
Label automatically to identity their context-sensitive
features.
Switches between the earpiece and speakerphone
④
Speakerphone Key
modes.
Answers an incoming call.
⑤
Headset Connector
Connects a headset.
Answers an incoming call.
⑥
Off-hook Key
Enters into the redial call list.
Places a call.
Provides the digits, letters, and special characters in
⑦
Keypad
⑧
Star Key
⑨
Redirect Key
Transfers a call to another party.
⑩
Microphone
Picks up audio during earpiece and hands-free calls.
⑪
Mute Key
Toggles the Mute feature on or off.
⑫
Pound Key
context-sensitive applications.
Enters the star symbol.
Switches the silent mode on or off.
Enters the pound symbol.
Locks or unlocks the handset keypad.
Switches the input method.
Long press to return to the idle screen in the menu
mode.
⑬
On-hook
Long press to turn the handset on or off when the
Key/Power key
handset is idle.
Cancels actions or end a call.
Rejects an incoming call.
Indicates the new receiving voice mail or missed call.
⑭
Message Key
Accesses the voice mail or missed call list.
Indicates the handset is during the firmware upgrading
process.
Scroll through the displaying information.
Move the cursor.
Adjust the ringer volume.
⑮
Act as shortcut keys.
Confirms actions or enter into the main menu.
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Displaying Information on LCD Screen
The idle screen may be shown as below:
Status Line
Text Line
Soft Key Line
The LCD screen is divided into three parts: status line, text line and soft key line.
The information shown in the status line:
On hook (idle) — displays signal strength indicator, internal handset number and
battery status.
Off hook — displays line ID.
The information shown in the text line:
On hook (idle) — displays handset name, time and date, caller information when
receiving an incoming call and prompt messages.
Off hook — displays the dialed digits.
The information shown in the soft key line:
On hook (idle) — displays History and Line.
Off hook — displays various terms according to the context of the specific feature.
Signal Strength
The strength of the reception signal between the base station and the handset may
display as:
Weak to strong:
No reception:
Battery Status
The status of the battery displays on the top right-hand corner of the LCD screen:
Icon
Battery Level
Full
High
Medium
Low
Need Charging
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Icon Instructions
Icons appear on the LCD screen are described in the following table:
Icon
Description
Anonymous Call
Anonymous Call Rejection
Missed Call
Voice Mail
Keypad Lock
Silent Mode
Do Not Disturb
Call Forward
Call Hold
Call Mute
Unassigned Outgoing Line
Unusable Line
Loudspeaker On
Headset Mode On
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Basic Operations
This chapter provides you with the basic operating instructions of the W52P IP DECT
phone. The topics include:
Handset Registration
Basic Network Settings
Checking System Status
Account Registration
Checking Line Status
Turning Handset On/Off
Adjusting Ringer Volume
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
Locating a Handset
Switching Silent Mode On/Off
Menu Guidance
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Handset
Handset Registration
You can register up to 5 handsets to one W52P base station. Each handset can be
registered to 4 base stations.
To register a handset manually:
8.
Long press
on the base station.
The registration LED slow flashes, indicating the base station is in the registration
mode.
9.
Press
10. Select
on the handset to enter the main menu.
->Registration->Register Handset.
The LCD screen displays the base (1-4).
11. Press
or
to highlight the desired base, and press the OK soft key.
The handset begins to search for base station.
12. Press the OK soft key when the LCD screen displays the ID of the base station.
13. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
14. Press the Done soft key.
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The handset plays a warning tone and prompts the message “Handset Subscribed”
on the LCD screen, which indicates the registration has finished.
After successful registration, the internal handset number and handset name appear
on the LCD screen.
To de-register a handset:
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
8.
Select
9.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
->Registration->De-reg. Handset.
10. Press the Done soft key.
The LCD screen displays the names of the handsets registered to the same base
station. The name of the handset itself is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
11. Press
or
to highlight the desired handset name, and press the OK soft
key.
The LCD screen prompts the message “De-register Handset”.
12. Press the Yes soft key to de-register the handset or the No soft key to cancel.
To select the base station:
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Registration->Select Base.
The LCD screen displays all base stations the handset registered to and the
Bestbase option (if the handset is registered to more than one base stations). The
radio box of the currently used base station is marked. You can select Bestbase to
search for the base station with the best signal strength.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired base station or the Bestbase option, and
press the Select soft key.
The handset begins to search for base station. After successful connection, the
handset plays a warning tone and prompts the message “Base selected
successfully!” on the LCD screen.
Basic Network Settings
By default, the base station attempts to contact a DHCP server in your network to
obtain the valid network settings, e.g. IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS server.
If your base station cannot contact a DHCP server for any reason, you need to
configure a static IP address manually.
To configure a static IP address manually.
8.
Press
9.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Settings->Network.
10. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
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11. Press the Done soft key.
12. Press
or
to select Static from the IP Address Type field.
13. Enter the valid values in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, Primary DNS
and Secondary DNS fields.
14. Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
If you are using an xDSL modem, you can connect your base station to the Internet via
PPPoE mode. The PPPoE port will perform a PPP negotiation to obtain the IP address.
Contact your system administrator for the PPPoE username and password.
To configure PPPoE:
8.
Press
9.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Settings->Network.
10. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
11. Press the Done soft key.
12. Press
or
to select PPPoE from the IP Address Type field.
13. Enter the valid values in the PPPoE User and PPPoE Password fields.
14. Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
Note
Using the wrong network parameters may result in inaccessibility of your phone and may
also have an impact on your network performance. For more information about these
parameters, contact your system administrator.
Checking System Status
You can view the system status on your handset. Available information of the system
status includes:
General information—including the IP address, MAC address, firmware version and
RFPI code of the base station.
Network status—including the IP type, subnet mask, gateway, primary DNS and
secondary DNS.
Handset status—including the device model, hardware version, firmware version,
product ID, IPUI code and area of the handset.
To check the general information:
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
6.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
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To check the network status:
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
7.
Select More …->Network.
The LCD screen displays the network status.
8.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
To check the handset status:
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Status.
The LCD screen displays the general information and the More… option.
7.
Select More…->Handset.
The LCD screen displays the handset status.
8.
Press
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
Account Registration
The base station supports up to 5 lines. You can register an account for each line via the
web user interface. To log in the web user interface of the base station, you should
obtain the IP address of the base station in advance. For more information on obtaining
the IP address, refer to Checking System Status on page 15.
To register an account via web user interface:
9.
Enter the IP address of the base station in the address bar of the browser and press
the Enter key.
10. Enter the username (admin) and password (admin) in the corresponding fields of
the pop-up dialogue box.
11. Click Confirm to log in.
12. Click on Account->Basic.
13. Select the desired account from the pull-down list of Account.
14. Select Enabled from the pull-down list of Account Active.
15. Enter the valid values in the Label, Name, Register Name, User Name, Password and
SIP Server fields respectively.
Contact your system administrator for the account information.
16. Click Confirm to accept the change.
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Checking Line Status
You can register up to 5 lines to one base station. The status of each registered line can
be checked using the menu of the handset.
To check the line status:
3.
Press
4.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Line Status.
The LCD screen displays all lines registered to the base station with icons for
indicating line status. For example, the
icon in the bottom of a line indicates
that the handset has no privilege to place a call using this line.
Turning
Turning Handset On/Off
To turn the handset on:
Do one of the following:
-
Long press
until the LCD screen lights up.
-
Place the handset in the charger cradle.
The handset will be turned on automatically.
To turn the handset off:
2.
Long press
again when the handset is idle to turn the handset off.
Adjusting Ringer
Ringer Volume
You can adjust the ringer volume of your handset according to the noise level of the
surrounding environment. The ringer volume can be adjusted using the menu or the
predefined shortcut keys (left and right navigation keys) on the keypad when the
handset is idle. The handset supports 5 different ringer volume levels. The default level is
3.
For more information on adjusting the ringer volume using the menu, refer to Ring Tones
on page 23.
To adjust the ringer volume using the predefined shortcut keys:
3.
4.
Note
Press
or
when the handset is idle.
Press
to decrease the ringer volume, or press
to increase the ringer volume.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
If the ringer volume is adjusted to the minimum, the
screen.
icon will appear on the idle
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Locking/Unlocking Keypad
You can lock the handset keypad to prevent keys from being accidentally pressed.
To lock the keypad:
2.
Long press
when the handset is idle until the LCD screen prompts the message
“Keypad Locked, Press and hold ‘#’ to unlock!”.
The keypad is locked and the
icon appears on the idle screen.
You can still answer or reject incoming calls as usual. You can also end the
answered call by pressing
.
To unlock the keypad:
2.
Long press
again until the LCD screen prompts the message “Keypad
Unlocked”.
The keypad is unlocked and the
Note
icon disappears from the idle screen.
If the keypad is locked, only the emergency numbers can be dialed out. You must enter
the digits of the emergency number continuously. To make emergency calls, you should
configure the emergency numbers in advance. For more information, refer to
Emergency Numbers on page 40.
Locating a Handset
You can locate a misplaced handset using the base station to which this handset is
registered.
To locate a handset:
2.
Press
on the base station.
All handsets registered to this base station will ring simultaneously (Paging) and
display the IP address of the base station on the LCD screen.
This helps you locate your handset easily.
You can press any key on the handset or press
again on the base station to
end paging.
Switching Silent Mode On/Off
If the silent mode is switched on, the handset will not ring when receiving an incoming
call, but you can still see the incoming call information on the LCD screen. You can
switch the silent mode on if you do not want to be disturbed.
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To switch the silent mode on:
2.
Long press
until the LCD screen prompts the message “All Ring Tones Off”.
The silent mode is on. The
icon appears on the idle screen.
To switch the silent mode off:
2.
Long press
again until the LCD screen prompts the message “All Ring Tones
On”.
icon disappears from the idle screen.
The silent mode is off. The
Menu Guidance
The handset provides a variety of features that are grouped into menu. This section
provides you with some basic guidance of accessing and navigating the menu.
Main Menu
The handset menu has a number of levels. The main menu is the top-level menu, which
consists of six main menu features: Status, Intercom, Voice Mail, Call Features, Directory
and Settings.
To enter the main menu:
2.
Press
when the handset is idle.
The main menu features are shown on the LCD screen as a list of icons.
To access a main menu feature:
3.
Press
,
,
or
to scroll through the main menu feature list.
The name of the selected main menu feature displays on the top of the LCD
screen.
Status
Voice Mail
Directory
4.
Press
Intercom
Call Features
Settings
or the OK soft key to enter the corresponding submenu.
Subm
Submenu
The submenu features display on the LCD screen and they are shown as a list. You can
access the desired submenu feature by selecting the corresponding submenu.
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To access a submenu feature:
3.
Press
4.
Press
or
to highlight the desired submenu.
or the OK soft key to access the next menu level.
You can cancel the current operation and return to the previous menu level by
pressing
or the Back soft key.
Returning
Returning to Idle Screen
To return to the idle screen:
2.
Long press
to quickly exit the menu and return to the idle screen.
If you do not press any key in a period of time, the LCD screen will automatically exit the
menu and return to the idle status.
Note
If you are navigating the menu, and an incoming call arrives, the LCD screen will
automatically exit the menu and the call will be handled as usual. When the call is
terminated, the LCD screen returns to the idle status.
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Phone Settings
This chapter provides you with some instructions to change the settings of your phone.
The topics include:
Handset Name
Language
Ring Tones
Advisory Tones
Backlight
Screen Saver
Color Schemes
Keypad Light
Notification Light
Date and Time
Shortcuts
Contact Management
Call History Management
Network Call Log
Dial Plan
Emergency Numbers
Outgoing Lines
Incoming Lines
Speed Dial
Auto Answer
Auto Intercom
Handset Reset
Base Reset
Auto Provision
Eco Mode+
Eco Mode
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
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Handset Name
The handset will be assigned a name by default if successfully registered to the base
station. You can personalize the handset name.
To rename the handset:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Edit the current value in the Rename field.
8.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
->Handset Name.
Language
The handset supports displaying text in different languages. The default language of
the handset is English. You can change the language according to your requirement.
To change the language of the handset:
5.
Press
6.
Select
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Language.
or
to highlight the desired language and press the Select soft key.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Change phone language to French (the
language you select)?”.
8.
Note
Press the Yes soft key to change the language or the No soft key to cancel.
The languages available for selection depend on the language packs currently loaded
to the handset. Please contact your system administrator for more information on the
available languages of your handset.
Ring Tones
Tones
Ring tones are used to indicate incoming calls. You can set different ring tones to
distinguish the incoming lines from each other on your handset. You can also set a ring
tone to distinguish an incoming intercom call. When receiving an incoming call, the
handset rings the specified ring tone.
To configure the ring tones:
6.
Press
7.
Select
8.
Press
9.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Audio->Ring Tones->Melodies.
or
or
to highlight the Intercom Call option or the desired line.
to select and listen to the desired ring tone.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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You can also enter the menu
->Audio->Ring Tones->Volume, press
or
to
decrease/increase the ringer volume.
Advisory Tones
Tones
Advisory tones are acoustic signals of your handset, which inform you of different
actions and states. The following advisory tones can be configured independently of
each other:
Keypad Tone: plays when a user presses any key of the keypad.
Confirmation: plays when a user saves settings or places the handset in the
charger cradle.
Low Battery: plays when the capacity of the batteries is low and the handset
requires charging.
To configure the advisory tones:
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
8.
Select
9.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Keypad Tone field.
10. Press
or
to select the desired value from the Confirmation field.
11. Press
or
to select the desired value from the Low Battery field.
->Audio->Advisory Tones.
12. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Backlight
The handset backlight status in the charging state or out of the charging state can be
configured independently of each other. If enabled, the backlight is always on.
Otherwise, the backlight is turned off after the handset is idle for a period of time. But
the backlight is automatically turned on when an incoming call arrives, a key is pressed
or the status of the handset changes. You can disable the backlight to save power.
To configure the backlight:
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
7.
Select
8.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the In Charger field.
9.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Out Of Charger field.
->Display->Display Backlight.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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Screen Saver
You can enable the screen saver to protect the LCD screen if you do not use your
handset for a long time. The screen saver of the handset is designed to protect your
LCD screen by filling it with an analog clock. When the screen saver is enabled, an
analog clock will be activated and displays on the LCD screen if no user activity is
sensed for approximately 10 seconds.
To configure the screen saver:
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
5.
Select
6.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Screen Saver checkbox.
->Display->Screen Saver.
Color Schemes
You can change the background of your handset by changing the color theme. There
are 2 color themes available.
To change the color scheme:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Press
8.
Press the Select soft key to select the color scheme.
->Display->Color Schemes.
or
to highlight the desired color scheme and preview its effect.
The radio box of the selected color theme is marked. The color theme of the
handset is changed accordingly.
Keypad Light
You can enable the keypad light to make the keypad light up when any key is pressed.
This helps you distinguish the keys from each other in a dark environment.
To configure the keypad light:
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
5.
Select
6.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Keypad Light checkbox.
->Display->Keypad Light.
Notification Light
The notification light is used to indicate voice mails and missed calls. When the handset
receives a voice mail or misses a call, the message key LED flashes red. You can
configure the notification light to indicate the voice mails or missed calls respectively.
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To configure the notification light:
6.
Press
7.
Select
8.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Notification Light.
or
to select the desired value from the Voice Mail field.
If Enabled is selected, the message key LED flashes red when the handset receives
a new voice mail.
9.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Missed Call field.
If Enabled is selected, the message key LED flashes red when the handset receives
a new missed call.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Date and Time
The date and time display on the idle screen of your handset. By default, the handset
obtains the date and time from the Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) server. If your
handset cannot obtain the date and time from the SNTP server, you can configure the
date and time manually.
You can also configure the time format and date format respectively. The handset
supports two time formats (12 Hour or 24 Hour) and six date formats. The available date
formats are listed in the following table:
Date Format
Example(2011-8-17)
d M,D
17 Aug,Wed
M d,D
Aug 17,Wed
D,d M
Wed,17 Aug
DD/MM/YYYY
17/08/2011
MM/DD/YYYY
08/17/2011
YYYY/MM/DD
2011/08/17
To configure the date and time manually:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Edit the current values in the Date and Time fields.
8.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
->Date & Time.
The date and time that display on the LCD screen will change accordingly.
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To configure the time format:
4.
Press
5.
Select
6.
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Time Format.
Press
or
to highlight the desired time format, and press the Change soft
key.
The radio box of the selected time format is marked. The format of the display time
on the LCD screen will be changed accordingly.
To configure the date format:
4.
Press
5.
Select
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Date Format.
or
to highlight the desired date format, and press the Change soft
key.
The radio box of the selected date format is marked. The format of the display date
on the LCD screen will be changed accordingly.
Shortcuts
There are two types of shortcut keys on the handset: changeable and unchangeable
shortcut keys. Each shortcut key is assigned a feature by default. For example, long
press
to turn on/off the silent mode, long press
press
to access the directory and so on.
to lock/unlock the keypad,
The changeable shortcut keys are the two soft keys and four navigation keys. The
available features that can be assigned to each key may be a little different.
You can assign the frequently used features to the changeable shortcut keys of your
handset as shortcuts. This helps you get quick access to a feature by directly pressing
the corresponding shortcut key when the handset is idle without having to scroll through
the menu.
To configure a shortcut:
7.
Press
8.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Shortcut.
The LCD screen displays the changeable shortcut keys and the features currently
assigned to them.
9.
Press
or
to highlight the desired shortcut key.
10. Press the Change soft key to access the available features.
The feature currently assigned to the selected key is highlighted and followed by a
left arrow.
11. Press
or
to highlight the desired feature.
12. Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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Contact Management
This section provides the operating instructions for managing contacts. The topics
include:
Local Directory
Blacklist
Remote Phonebook
Network Directory
Local Directory
You can store the frequently used contacts in the handset’s local directory, where
names and numbers can be freely added, deleted and edited. This allows you to make
calls without having to dial the number manually. You can store up to 100 contacts,
each with a name, a mobile number and an office number. You can also dial a
contact from the local directory.
The directory entries are usually sorted in alphabetical order by the name attribute.
Spaces and digits take first priority. The sort order is as follows:
4.
Space
5.
Digits (0-9)
6.
Letters (alphabetical)
Other special characters are sorted completely in accordance with the ASCII sort
order.
Using Alphanumeric Keys
Keys
You can edit the names and numbers of the contacts stored in the local directory using
the keypad. The digit keys 0-1 are devoid of any letters. But the digit keys 2-9 are all
alphanumeric keys containing one digit and three or four letters in alphabetical order.
The following describes how to use the alphanumeric keys in detail.
To configure the input methods:
The handset provides you with 8 different input methods. You can disable the
infrequently used input methods. Then you can only switch among the enabled input
methods when editing.
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Display->Input Method.
The LCD screen displays all available input methods.
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7.
Press
or
to highlight the desired input method.
8.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the checkbox.
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To enter a character:
You can press the key which contains your desired character a certain number of times
to enter the character.
To switch the input method:
2.
Press
.
The current input method is indicated on the top right-hand corner of the LCD
screen. For example, “ABC” represents the upper-case input method, “abc”
represents the lower-case input method and “123” represents the digital input
method.
To make a space:
2.
Press
when the input method is not “123”.
To move the cursor:
2.
Press
or
to move the cursor.
To delete a wrong input character:
3.
Place the cursor behind the wrong input character.
4.
Press the Del soft key to delete the character.
Adding Contacts
You can add contacts to your local directory manually or from the call history. You can
also add contacts to your local directory from the remote phonebook or the network
directory, for more information, refer to Remote Phonebook on page 33 and Network
Directory on page 34.
To add a contact to the local directory manually:
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
7.
Select
8.
Press the Options soft key, and select New Contact.
9.
Enter the desired values in the Name, Office and Mobile fields.
.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
To add a contact to the local directory from the call history:
8.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
9.
Press
or
to highlight the desired call history list, and press the OK key.
10. Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
11. Press the Options soft key, and select Add To Local->New Entry.
12. Press
or
to set the number to be the office number or the mobile
number of the new entry, and press the OK soft key.
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13. Enter the name of the new entry.
14. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Note
When you are adding a contact, both the office number and the mobile number
cannot be left blank at the same time. When the contact name is left blank, the handset
sets the office number or the mobile number as the contact name.
If the information of the contact you want to add is totally same with that of an existing
entry in the local directory, the screen will prompt “Contact save failed.”.
Editing Contacts
To edit a contact in the local directory:
7.
Press
8.
Select
9.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
10. Press the Options soft key, and select Edit.
11. Edit the values in the Name, Office and Mobile fields.
12. Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
Deleting Contacts
You can delete a contact or all contacts from the local directory.
To delete a contact:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Press
8.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
The selected entry will be deleted successfully.
To delete all contacts:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
8.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all contacts or the No soft key to cancel.
Searching for Contacts
You can search for the contacts by simply typing a few continuous characters of the
desired contact name or number, and the results of potential matches are dynamically
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filtered and display on the LCD screen.
To search for contacts in the local directory:
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
5.
Select
6.
Enter a few continuous characters of the desired contact name or number using
.
the keypad.
The contacts whose name or number matches the search will appear on the LCD
screen after a timeout or when the Search soft key is pressed. You can dial a
contact from the result list.
Placing a Call from Local Directory
To place a call from the local directory:
5.
Press
6.
Select
7.
Press
8.
Do one of the following:
-
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
If only one number of the contact is stored in the local directory, press
to
dial out the number.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the local directory, press the View soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
Press
or
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
Blacklist
You can store up to 30 numbers in the handset’s blacklist. You can add, edit or delete
numbers in the blacklist. You can also dial a call from the blacklist, but an incoming call
from a number in the blacklist will be rejected automatically.
To add an entry to the blacklist manually:
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
8.
Press
9.
Press the Options soft key, and select New Entry.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
10. Enter the desired number in the Phone Number field.
11. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
You can also add an entry to the blacklist from the call history. For more information,
refer to Call History Management on page 35.
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To delete an entry from the blacklist:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Press
8.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
The selected entry will be deleted successfully.
To delete all entries from the blacklist:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
8.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all entries or the No soft key to cancel.
To place a call from the blacklist:
5.
Press
6.
Select
7.
Press
8.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Caller Blacklist.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
to dial out.
Remote Phonebook
You can access your corporate directory on your handset. You can add local contacts
from the corporate directory. You can also dial a contact from the corporate directory.
Contact your system administrator for the access URL of the corporate directory.
To configure access URL for the corporate directory via web user interface:
5.
Click on Contacts->Remote Phone Book.
6.
Enter the name in the Name field.
7.
Enter the access URL in the Phone Book URL field.
8.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To access your corporate directory:
4.
Press
5.
Select
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
The handset connects to load the corporate directory, and then displays the
corporate contact list on the LCD screen.
To place a call from the corporate directory:
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6.
Press
7.
Select
8.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
9.
Select the desired contact from the corporate directory.
10. Do one of the following:
-
If only one number of the contact is stored in the local directory, press
to
dial out the number.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the local directory, press the View soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
or
Press
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
To add a contact to the local directory from the corporate directory:
7.
Press
8.
Select
9.
Press
to enter the main menu.
.
or
to highlight the name of your corporate directory, and press the
Enter soft key.
10. Select the desired contact from the corporate directory.
11. Press the Options soft key, and select Add to Local->New Entry.
12. Press the Save soft key to add the contact to the local directory.
Network Directory
You can access the network directory on your handset. You can add local contacts
from the network directory. You can also dial a contact from the network directory.
Contact your system administrator for the XSI server address, XSI username and XSI
password for accessing the network directory.
To configure the network directory via web user interface:
5.
Click on Contacts->Network Directories.
6.
Enter the valid values in the XSI Server, XSI Username and XSI Password fields.
7.
Select the desired values from the pull-down lists of Group, GroupCommon,
Enterprise and EnterpriseCommon.
8.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To access the network directory:
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4.
Press
5.
Select
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
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The handset connects to load the network directory, and then displays the desired
network contact list on the LCD screen.
To place a call from the network directory:
5.
Press
6.
Select
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
The LCD screen displays the desired network contact list.
8.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
12. Do one of the following:
-
If only one number of the contact is stored in the network directory, press
to dial out the number.
-
If multiple numbers of the contact are stored in the network directory, press the
View soft key to display all the numbers.
Press
or
Press
to highlight the desired number.
to dial out.
To add a contact to the local directory from the network directory:
7.
Press
8.
Select
9.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Network Dir.
or
to highlight the desired group, and press the Enter soft key.
The LCD screen displays the desired network contact list.
10. Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
11. Press the Options soft key, and select Add to Local->New Entry.
12. Press the Save soft key to add the contact to the local directory.
Call History Management
The call history contains call information such as calling/called party identification, time
and date, and call duration. The handset maintains call history lists of All Calls, Outgoing
Calls, Missed Calls and Accepted Calls. Each call history list can store a list of entries
sorted by date and time of the call, starting with the latest call entry. You can check the
detail information of an entry in the call history. You can also dial a call, add an entry to
the blacklist or delete entries from the call history.
To check the local call history:
4.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
5.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
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The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry, and press the View soft key.
The LCD screen displays the detail information of the entry.
To add an entry to the blacklist from the call history:
You can block phone calls from a number by adding this number to the blacklist. For
more information on blacklist, refer to Blacklist on page 32.
6.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
7.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
8.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
9.
Press the Options soft key, and select Add To Blacklist.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Are you sure?”.
10. Press the Yes soft key to add the selected entry to the blacklist or the No soft key to
cancel.
To delete an entry from the call history:
5.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
7.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
8.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete.
The selected entry is deleted successfully.
To delete all entries of a list from the call history:
5.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
7.
Press the Options soft key, and select Delete All.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Delete All?”.
8.
Press the Yes soft key to delete all entries of the selected list or the No soft key to
cancel.
To place a call from the call history:
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5.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 call history lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls and
Accepted Calls.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
7.
Press
8.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
.
Network Call
Call Log
You can access the network call log on the handset. The network call log contains call
information such as calling/called party identification, time and date. You can check
the call log and dial a call from the call log list. The network call log allows users to view
and dial the stored numbers in the following lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed Calls
and Accepted Calls.
To manage the entries of the network call log, you should enable the network call log
feature in advance.
To enable the network call log feature via web user interface:
4.
Click on Contacts->Network Directories.
5.
Select Enabled from the pull-down list of Network CallLog.
The LCD screen displays the network call log lists when you press the History soft key.
If Disabled is selected, the LCD screen displays the local call history lists when you
press the History soft key.
6.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
To check the network call log:
4.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 network call log lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed
Calls and Accepted Calls.
5.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry, and press the View soft key.
The LCD screen displays the detail information of the entry.
To place a call from the network call log:
5.
Press the History soft key when the handset is idle.
The LCD screen displays 4 network call log lists: All Calls, Outgoing Calls, Missed
Calls and Accepted Calls.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired list, and press the OK soft key.
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The LCD screen displays all entries of the selected list.
7.
Press
8.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
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Dial Plan
Dial plan is a string of characters that governs the way your handset processes the
inputs received from your handset keypad. The handset supports the following dial plan
features:
Replace Rule
Area Code
Block Out
The basic expression syntax you need to know:
The dot “.” can be used as a placeholder or multiple placeholders for any
.
character. Example:
“12.” would match “123”, “1234”, “12345”, “12abc”, etc.
x
An “x” can be used as a placeholder for any character. Example:
“12x” would match “121”, “122”, “123”, “12a”, etc.
The square brackets “[]”can be used as a placeholder for a single character
[]
which matches any of a set of characters. Example:
“91[5-7]1234” would match “9151234”, “9161234”, “9171234”, etc.
The parentheses “( )”can be used to group together patterns, for instance, to
()
logically combine two or more patterns. Example:
“91([5-7])1(x)” would match “91511”, “91618”, “91715”, etc.
The “$” should be followed by the sequence number of a parenthesis. The
“$” plus the sequence number means the whole character or characters
placed in the parenthesis. The number directs to the right parenthesis when
$
there are more than one. Example:
A replace rule configuration: Number: “9([5-7]) (.)”, Replace: “5$2”. When
you enter “96123” to dial out on your phone, the number will be replaced as
“5123” and then dialed out. “$2” means the characters in the second
parenthesis, that is, “123”.
Note
When adding a dial plan rule, you can specify the accounts to apply the dial plan rule in
the Account field. The valid value of the “Account” parameter can be one or more
digits among 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, each of which represents a line ID. Each digit must be
separated by a comma. For example, when you enter the value “1, 2” in the Account
field, this dial plan rule will apply to account1 and account2.
If you leave the Account field blank or enter an invalid value, then the dial plan rule will
apply to all accounts.
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Replace Rule
You can configure one or more replace rules to remove the specified string and
replace it with another string. You can configure a pattern with wildcards (refer to the
expression syntax in the table above), so that any string that matches the pattern will be
replaced. This feature is convenient for you to dial out a long number. For example, a
replace rule is configured as “Number: 1” and “Replace: 1234567”, when you want to
dial out the number “1234567”, you just need to enter “1”.
To add a replace rule via web user interface:
6.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
7.
Enter the string (e.g. 2xx) in the Number field.
8.
Enter the string (e.g. 12345) in the Replace field.
9.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
10. Click Add to add the replace rule.
When you enter the number “234” using the keypad and then dial out, the handset
will dial out “12345” instead.
To edit a replace rule via web user interface:
6.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
7.
Select the desired replace rule by checking the check box.
8.
Edit the values in the Number and Replace fields.
9.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
10. Click Edit to accept the change.
To delete one or more replace rules via web user interface:
4.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Replace Rule.
5.
Select the one or more replace rules by checking the check box(es).
6.
Click Delete to delete the replace rule(s).
Area Code
Area codes are also known as Numbering Plan Areas (NPAs). They usually indicate
geographical areas in a country. This feature is necessary only when dialing the number
outside the code area. For example, area code is configured as “Code: 011, Minimum
Length: 4, Maximum Length: 11”, then when you dial out the number “56789”, which
has digits between 4 and 11, the phone will add the area code and dial out the
number “01156789”.
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To configure the area code via web user interface:
5.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Area Code.
6.
Enter the desired values in the Code, Minimum Length (1-15) and Maximum Length
(1-15) fields.
Note
7.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
8.
Click Confirm to accept the change.
The default values of minimum and maximum length are 1 and 15 respectively.
Block Out
You can block the dialing of specific numbers. When you dial a block out number on
the handset, the dialing will fail and the LCD screen will prompt “Num Block”.
To add a block out number via web user interface:
5.
Click on Phone->Dial Plan->Block Out.
6.
Enter the desired value in the BlockOut Number field.
7.
Enter the desired line ID in the Account field or leave it blank.
8.
Click Confirm to add the block out number.
Emergency Numbers
Numbers
Public telephone networks in countries around the world have a single emergency
telephone number (emergency services number), that allows a caller to contact local
emergency services for assistance when required. The emergency telephone number
may differ from country to country. It is typically a three-digit number so that it can be
easily remembered and dialed quickly. Some countries have different emergency
numbers for different emergency services.
You can specify the emergency numbers for contacting the emergency services in an
emergency situation.
Note
Contact your local phone service provider for available emergency numbers in your
area.
To specify emergency numbers via web user interface:
4.
Click on Phone->Features.
5.
Enter the emergency services number in the Emergency Numbers field.
For multiple numbers, enter a comma between each emergency number.
6.
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Click Confirm to accept the change.
Phone Settings
Outgoing Lines
Lines
After the handset is registered to the base station, you can assign one or more outgoing
lines for the handset. The handset can only use the assigned outgoing line(s) to place
calls. When multiple outgoing lines are assigned to the handset, the handset uses the
first line as the outgoing line by default. You can change the default outgoing line of
the handset.
To change the default outgoing line of the handset:
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Default Line.
The LCD screen displays all outgoing lines currently assigned to the handset. The
default outgoing line is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
The default outgoing line is changed successfully.
Incoming Lines
Lines
After the handset is registered to the base station, you can assign one or more
incoming lines for the handset. The handset can only receive incoming calls to the
assigned incoming line(s). You can assign incoming lines to all handsets registered to
the same base station on your handset.
To assign the incoming line to the handsets:
10. Press
to enter the main menu.
11. Select
->Telephony->Incoming Lines.
12. Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
13. Press the Done soft key.
The LCD screen displays all handsets registered to the base station. The handset
itself is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
14. Press
15. Press
or
or
to highlight the desired handset, and press the OK soft key.
to select Accept from the desired line fields.
16. Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
17. Press the Back soft key to return to the previous interface.
18. Repeat the step 5-7 to assign incoming lines for other handsets.
If a line is assigned to multiple handsets as an incoming line, an incoming call to this
line will cause these handsets to ring simultaneously, but the incoming call can be
answered only by one of them.
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Speed Dial
Speed dial allows you to perform single-digit dialing to predefined numbers. This feature
is particular useful to users who dial certain numbers on regular basis. A maximum of 8
speed dial numbers are allowed.
Assigning a Speed Dial Number
You can assign the important numbers of your directory (including local directory,
remote phonebook and network directory) to the speed dial keys of your handset. This
helps you dial a contact quickly and easily by long pressing the speed dial key without
having to enter the directory. The available speed dial keys are the digit keys 2-9.
To assign a speed dial number from the directory:
7.
Press
8.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Speed Dial.
The LCD screen displays all available speed dial keys.
9.
Press
or
to highlight the desired speed dial key, and press the Assign soft
or
to highlight the desired directory.
key.
10. Press
11. Select the desired contact from the directory.
12. Do one of the following:
-
If only one number of the contact is stored in the selected directory, press the
OK soft key to assign the number to the selected speed dial key.
-
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored in
the selected directory, press the OK soft key to display the two numbers.
Press
or
to highlight the desired number.
Press the OK soft key again to assign the number to the selected speed dial
key.
Deleting a Speed Dial Number
To delete a speed dial number:
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Speed Dial.
The LCD screen displays all available speed dial keys.
7.
Press
or
to highlight the desired speed dial key, which is already
assigned a number.
8.
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Press
or the Clear Key soft key to delete the speed dial number.
Phone Settings
Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key
To place a call using the speed dial key:
2.
Long press the speed dial key (digit key) when the handset is idle.
The number assigned to this speed dial key is dialed out.
Auto Answer
When the auto answer feature is enabled, you can simply answer the incoming calls by
lifting the handset from the charger cradle without having to press the off-hook key. The
auto answer feature works only if the handset is placed in the charger cradle.
To configure the auto answer feature:
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
5.
Select
6.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Auto Answer checkbox.
->Telephony->Auto Answer.
Auto Intercom
Intercom calls are internal calls made between handsets registered to the same base
station. You can enable the auto intercom feature on the handset to automatically
answer an incoming intercom call. The following three configuration types of the auto
intercom feature are available for selection:
On (Beep On): The auto intercom feature is on. The handset will answer an
incoming intercom call automatically after playing a warning tone.
On (Beep Off): The auto intercom feature is on. The handset will answer an
incoming intercom call automatically without playing any tone.
Off: The auto intercom feature is off. You need to answer an incoming intercom
call by pressing the Accept soft key.
To configure the auto intercom feature:
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Telephony->Auto Intercom.
The LCD screen displays three configuration types for selection.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired configuration type, and press the
Change soft key.
The radio box of the selected configuration type is marked.
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Handset Reset
You can reset any individual settings that you have made on the handset. Resetting
your handset will not affect the entries of the directory, the call history, the voice mail
and the handset’s registration to the base station. But you need to note that other
customized settings on the handset will be reset to factory settings after resetting. We
recommend that you ask your system administrator for advice before resetting your
handset.
To reset the handset:
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->System Settings->Handset Reset.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Reset handset to default?”.
6.
Press the Yes soft key to reset the handset or the No soft key to cancel.
Base Reset
You can reset the base station to factory settings. This will clear all individual settings of
the base station, entries of the directory and active SIP registrations. All registered
handsets are de-registered. You need to re-register your handset to use. We
recommend that you ask your system administrator for advice before resetting your
base station.
To reset the handset:
5.
Press
to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
7.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000).
8.
Press the Done soft key.
->System Settings->Base Reset.
The base station is reset to factory settings successfully. The power indicator LED on
the base station slow flashes when the base station is during the resetting process.
Auto Provision
You can trigger the auto provisioning process using the VoIP wizard. After you enter the
username and password in the wizard and confirm to perform an update, the base
station tries to connect to the RPS server. If the base station successfully connects to the
RPS server, the RPS server responds the base station with the URL for downloading the
configuration files. Then the base station tries to perform the auto provisioning process.
Contact your system administrator for more information on the username and password
for connecting to the RPS server.
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To trigger the auto provisioning:
7.
Press
to enter the main menu.
8.
Select
9.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000) and press the Done soft key.
->System Settings->Auto Provision.
10. Enter the valid value in the Username field and press the OK soft key.
11. Enter the valid value in the Password field and press the OK soft key.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Update now?”.
12. Press the Yes soft key to perform an update or press the No soft key to cancel.
Eco Mode+
Mode+
Eco mode+ turns off the transmission power and the radio waves emitted are
virtually zero when the phone is in the standby mode. If the eco mode+ is
enabled, the base station only transmits a signal when necessary, for example,
when a call comes in, when the phone is in use, or when a connection occurs.
To configure the eco mode+:
6.
Press
to enter the main menu.
7.
Select
8.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Eco Mode+ checkbox.
9.
Enter the system PIN (default: 0000) and press the Done soft key.
->System Settings->Eco Mode+.
The LCD screen prompts the warning “Are you sure you want to reboot the base
station?”.
10. Press the Yes soft key to reboot the handset.
The base station reboots to make the configuration take effect. The configuration
applies to all the handsets registered to the same base station.
Eco Mode
Eco mode greatly reduces the transmission power and signal output no matter
the phone is in standby mode or talk mode.
Eco mode is disabled by default and the color of the signal strength indicator
shown on the top left-hand corner of the idle screen is white.
To configure the eco mode:
4.
Press
to enter the main menu.
5.
Select
6.
Press the Change soft key to check or uncheck the Eco Mode checkbox.
->System Settings->Eco Mode.
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If the Eco Mode checkbox is checked, the eco mode is enabled. The color of the
signal strength indicator on the idle screen will change to green.
Note
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If the eco mode is enabled, the range of the base station will be reduced.
Call Features
Call Features
The W52P IP DECT phone is designed to be easily used like a regular phone on a public
switched telephone network (PSTN). You can place internal and external calls, answer
calls, transfer a call to someone else, or conduct a conference call.
This chapter provides operating instructions of the call features. The topics include:
Placing Calls
Answering Calls
Ending Calls
Redialing Calls
Call Mute
Call Hold/Resume
Call Waiting
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Call Forward
Call Transfer
Conference Call
Anonymous Call
Anonymous Call Rejection
Voice Mail
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Placing Calls
You can use your handset to place an internal or external call. You can place a call
using the following call modes:
Earpiece mode—pressing the off-hook key to dial out.
Speakerphone mode—pressing the speakerphone key to dial out.
Headset mode—connecting a headset.
During the call, you can switch the call mode by pressing the corresponding keys or
connecting a headset.
You can cancel the dialing operation by pressing the on-hook key. During the call
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conversation, you can press the left and right navigation keys to adjust the volume of
the currently used audio devices (earpiece, headset or loudspeaker). The call duration
displays on the LCD screen while the call is in progress.
Placing Internal Calls
Calls
You can make free internal calls between the handsets registered to the same base
station. You can place an internal call to one handset or all handsets registered to the
same base station.
To place an internal call to one handset:
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
.
The LCD screen displays all other registered handset names and the All HS option.
7.
Press
8.
Press
or
,
to highlight the desired handset name.
,
or the OK soft key to dial out.
To place an internal call to all handsets:
5.
Press
6.
Select
to enter the main menu.
.
The LCD screen displays all registered handset names and the All HS option.
7.
Select All HS.
8.
Press
,
,
or the OK soft key to dial out.
All other handsets registered to this base station will ring simultaneously.
Placing External Calls
Calls
You can place external calls on the handset. External calls based on the public
telephone network require the use of SIP lines. Your system administrator will assign the
SIP line to the handset beforehand, so that after you register the handset to the base
station, the handset is ready to use.
To place an external call:
3.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
4.
Press
,
or
to dial out.
If there are multiple lines assigned to your handset as outgoing lines, press the Line
soft key to select the desired line and then press
or the Dial soft key to dial out.
If you do not select a line, the handset uses the default outgoing line to dial out.
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To place a new call during an active call:
You can have at most two calls on your handset.
4.
Press the Ext.Call soft key.
The active call is placed on hold.
5.
Enter the desired number in the Call To field using the keypad.
6.
Press
or
to dial out.
You can also make an IP call by directly dialing the IP address of any IP phone. For
example, IP: 192.168.1.15.
Note
Answering Calls
You can answer a call in three ways:
Using the earpiece
Using the speakerphone
Using the headset
Note
You can ignore an incoming call by pressing the Silence soft key or reject an incoming
call by pressing the on-hook key.
You can also activate Do Not Disturb mode on a per-line basis to reject all incoming calls
of the specified line.
Answering When Not in Another Call
In all cases, the active call will appear on the LCD screen showing call duration and
destination.
To answer a call using the earpiece:
2.
Press
or the Accept soft key.
To answer a call using the speakerphone mode:
2.
Press
.
To answer a call using the headset:
2.
With a headset connected, press the Accept soft key.
Answering When in Another Call
If you are during an active call, an incoming call arrives on the handset, do the
following:
2.
Press
,
or the Accept soft key.
The incoming call is answered and the original call is placed on hold.
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Ending Calls
To end a call:
Do one of the following:
-
Press
-
Place the handset in the charger cradle.
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Redialing Calls
The redial number list stores the twenty last dialed phone numbers. When the memory
of the redial number list is full, the handset will automatically erase the oldest dialed
number when a new number is dialed. You can redial a call from the redial number list.
To redial the last dialed number:
3.
Press
when the handset is idle.
4.
Press
again.
A call to your last dialed number is attempted.
To redial a previously dialed number:
4.
Press
when the handset is idle.
The handset displays the last dialed phone numbers.
5.
Press
or
to highlight the desired entry.
You can press Options->Edit Before Call to edit the phone number or select the
desired line.
6.
Press
again.
You can add local contacts from the redial number list. You can also delete an entry or
all entries from the redial number list.
Call Mute
You can mute the microphone during an active call. When muting the microphone,
you can hear the other party but he or she cannot hear you. For example, if you do not
want the other party to listen in while you talk to someone in the room, you can mute
the microphone temporarily.
To mute a call:
2.
Press
during an active call.
The call is on mute and the
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icon displays on the LCD screen.
Call Features
To un-mute a call:
2.
Press
The
again.
icon disappears from the LCD screen.
Call Hold/Resume
You can place an active call on hold. At any time, at most one active call can be in
progress on your handset. Another call can be answered and made while placing the
original call on hold.
To place a call on hold:
2.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Hold.
The call is placed on hold and the
icon displays on the LCD screen.
To resume a hold call:
Do one of the following:
-
Press the Resume soft key.
-
Press
.
-
Press
.
Two Calls on Hold:
If two calls are placed on hold on the handset, press the Resume soft key to resume the
current call. Press
Note
,
or the Swap soft key to swap between the two calls.
When the call on the handset is on hold, placing the handset in the charger cradle will
not end the call.
Call Waiting
You can enable or disable the call waiting feature on the handset. If the call waiting
feature is enabled, the handset will notify you of a new incoming call during a call, and
present the incoming call information visually on the LCD screen. You can also enable
the handset to play a warning tone when receiving a new incoming call during a call. If
the call waiting feature is disabled, the new incoming call will be automatically
rejected by the handset.
To configure the call waiting feature:
6.
Press
7.
Select
8.
Press
to enter the main menu.
->Call Waiting.
or
to select the desired value from the Status field.
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9.
Press
or
to select the desired value from the Tone field.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Note
The call waiting tone works only if the call waiting feature is enabled.
To answer a new incoming call during a call:
If call waiting feature is enabled, a new incoming call can be answered during a call.
2.
Press the Accept soft key to answer the new incoming call.
The original call is placed on hold.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
You can activate or deactivate the DND mode on a per-line basis. If DND mode is
activated for a specific line, all incoming calls to the line will be rejected automatically,
and the callers will hear a busy signal.
To activate DND mode for a specific line:
6.
Press
7.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Do Not Disturb.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
8.
Press
9.
Press
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
10. Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
The
icon on the idle screen indicates the DND mode is activated. You can press the
Line soft key when the handset is idle to check the line status. The
icon in the bottom
of a line indicates that the DND mode is activated for this line.
The handset will reject all incoming calls to the line, and the LCD screen displays the
missed call icon
followed by the number of missed calls.
Call Forward
You can enable the call forward feature on a per-line basis. The handset will forward
incoming calls to the line to another party. There are three forwarding types:
Always Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded.
Busy Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded if the line is busy.
No Answer Forward: Incoming calls are forwarded if not answered after a period of
time.
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To enable the call forward feature for a specific line:
9.
Press
to enter the main menu.
10. Select
->Call Forward.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
11. Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
12. Press
or
to highlight the desired forwarding type, and press the OK soft
key.
13. Press
or
to select Enabled from the Status field.
14. Enter the destination number you want to forward incoming calls to in the Target
field.
15. Press
or
to select the desired ring time to wait before forwarding from the After
Ring Time field (only available for No Answer Forward).
16. Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
The
icon on the idle screen indicates the call forward feature is enabled.
If Always Forward is selected, there is no prompt on the LCD screen when the line
receives an incoming call. The incoming call is logged in the Accepted Calls list.
Note
Call forward feature may be overridden by the server settings. For more information,
contact your system administrator.
Call Transfer
You can transfer a call to another party in one of the following ways:
Blind Transfer: Transfer a call directly to another party without consulting.
Semi-Attended Transfer: Transfer a call when receiving the ring-back.
Attended Transfer: Transfer a call with prior consulting.
To perform a blind transfer:
3.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Blind Transfer.
4.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
,
or the Transfer soft key.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
or the OK soft key.
The call is connected to the number or handset you specified, and the LCD screen
prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
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To perform a semi-attended transfer:
4.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Transfer.
5.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
or the Transfer soft key to dial out.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
6.
Press
or the OK soft key to dial out.
or the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer when receiving the
ring-back.
The LCD screen prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
To perform an attended transfer:
4.
Press the Options soft key during a call, and select Transfer.
5.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number or select the handset you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
or the Transfer soft key to dial out.
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
6.
or the OK soft key to dial out.
Press the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer after the party answers the call.
The LCD screen prompts the message “Call Transferred”.
Conference Call
You can use the handset to create a local conference with other parties. The handset
supports up to 3 parties (including yourself) in a conference call. You can create a
conference between an active call and a held call on the handset (on the same line or
different lines).
To set up a local conference call:
6.
Place a call to the first party.
7.
Press the Options soft key, and select Conference.
8.
Do one of the following:
-
Enter the number of the second party or select the handset you want to add to
the conference.
Press
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-
Press the Directory soft key, and select the desired contact.
Press the Call soft key.
If both the office number and the mobile number of the contact are stored,
select the desired number and press
9.
or the OK soft key to dial out.
When the second party answers the call, you can consult with him or her before
adding to the conference.
10. Press the Conf. soft key again to join all parties in the conference.
To join two calls in a conference:
4.
Place two calls on the handset.
5.
Select the desired call and make sure the call is active.
6.
Press the Options soft key, and select Conference.
Two calls are joined in the conference.
To drop the conference call, press
or the End soft key.
Anonymous Call
You can use anonymous call feature to block the identity and phone number from
showing up to the called party when you call someone. For example, you want to call
to consult some service, but you do not want to be harassed. You can configure the
anonymous call feature on a per-line basis.
Note
The anonymous call feature is not available on all servers. Contact your system
administrator for more information.
To enable the anonymous call feature for a specific line:
6.
Press
7.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Anonymous Call.
The LCD screen displays the outgoing lines currently assigned to the handset. The
default outgoing line is highlighted and followed by a left arrow.
8.
Press
9.
Press
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
10. Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
To place an anonymous call:
2.
Using the specific line on the handset to place a call.
The LCD screen of the phone receiving this call prompts an incoming call from
anonymity.
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Anonymous Call Rejection
You can use anonymous call rejection feature to reject incoming calls from anonymous
callers. Anonymous call rejection automatically rejects incoming calls from callers who
deliberately block their identities and numbers from showing up. You can configure the
anonymous call rejection feature on a per-line basis.
To enable the anonymous call rejection feature for a specific line:
6.
Press
7.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Anon.Call Rejection.
The LCD screen displays the incoming lines currently assigned to the handset.
8.
Press
9.
Press
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the OK soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
10. Press the OK soft key to accept the change.
Voice Mail
You can leave voice mails to someone else. You can also receive and listen to the
voice mails. The voice mail feature ensures that you will never miss any important
messages. When receiving a new voice mail, the
icon appears on the LCD screen
with the number of unread voice mails and the message key LED flashes red.
Note
The voice mail feature is not available on all servers. Contact your system administrator
for more information.
To leave a voice mail:
You can leave a voice mail to someone else when he or she is busy or inconvenient to
answer the call. Follow the voice prompts from the system server to leave a voice mail,
and then hang up after completing.
To configure the voice mail access code:
7.
Press
8.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Set Voice Mail.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
9.
Press
10. Press
or
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the Select soft key.
to select Enabled from the Status field.
11. Enter the voice mail access code in the Number field.
12. Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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To configure fast access for voice mail:
You can configure fast access to connect straight to the voice mails of the desired line
by long pressing the digit key 1, when the handset is idle without having to scroll through
the menu.
4.
Press
5.
Select
to enter the main menu.
->Set Key 1.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
6.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line and press the Select soft key.
The radio box of the selected line is marked.
To listen to the voice mail using the menu:
5.
Press the OK key to enter the main menu.
6.
Select
->Play Message.
The LCD screen displays the lines assigned to the handset as incoming lines and
outgoing lines simultaneously, and the number of voice mails of each line.
7.
Press
or
to highlight the desired line, and press the Select soft key.
The handset dials out the voice mail access code using the selected line
automatically.
8.
Listen to the voice mail following the voice prompts from the system server.
To listen to the voice mail via fast access:
3.
Long press
when the handset is idle.
The handset automatically dials out the voice mail access code using the line you
selected when configuring fast access for voice mail.
4.
Listen to the voice mail of this line following the voice prompts from the system
server.
You can also listen to the voice mail by pressing
to enter into the Message & Call
interface. Select the desired line and press the Select soft key.
Note
Before listening to the voice mails, make sure the voice mail access code has been
configured.
When all new voice mails are retrieved, the
icon disappears from the screen.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This chapter provides some general troubleshooting information to help you solve the
problems you might encounter when using your W52P IP DECT phone.
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your
system administrator.
Why doesn’t the handset ring?
Ensure the ringer volume of your handset is not adjusted to the minimum. Refer to
Adjusting Ringer Volume on page 17.
Make sure the silent mode is not switched on. Refer to Switching Silent Mode
On/Off on page 18.
Why can’t I receive calls?
Ensure the DND mode is not activated. Refer to Do Not Disturb (DND) on page 52.
Ensure the Always Forward feature is not enabled. Refer to Call Forward on page
52.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”Not Subscribed”?
Check the registration status of your handset. If your handset is not registered to the
base station, register it manually. Refer to Handset Registration on page 13.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”Not in range”?
Ensure the base station is properly plugged into a functional AC outlet.
Ensure the handset is not too far from the base station.
Why does the handset prompt the message ”No LAN Connection”?
Ensure the Ethernet cable is plugged into the Internet port on the base station and
the Ethernet cable is not loose.
Ensure the switch or hub in your network is operational.
Why does paging fail?
Check the current mode of the base station. If the base station is not on the paging
mode, press the paging key on the base station to cast the base station into the paging
mode.
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Why can’t I turn the handset on?
Ensure the batteries are inserted into the handset. If the batteries are already inserted
into the handset, place the handset into the charger cradle.
Why do I hear some noise during a call?
Ensure you are not using the handset or base station in an area with high electrical
interference. You can reposition the handset and the base station to keep them
far away from sources of high electrical interference
Ensure the handset is not too far from the base station.
Turn off the handset. Restart the base station, turn on the handset and place a call
to see if there is still noise heard during the call.
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Appendix
Appendix
Firmware Upgrading
You can upgrade your base station or handset to the latest firmware version. The latest
firmware version not only improves the performance of the base station or handset, but
also provides more features compared to the previous versions.
Upgrading the Base Station
You can upgrade the base station firmware via auto provisioning or via the web user
interface. This section provides you with the instruction of upgrading the base station via
the web user interface. For more information on upgrading the base station via auto
provisioning, refer to the document WELL W52P Auto Provisioning User Guide.
To upgrade the base station firmware, contact your system administrator for the latest
firmware file, and store it on your local system.
To upgrade the base station firmware via web user interface:
4.
Click on Phone->Upgrade.
5.
In the Select and Upgrade Firmware field, locate the firmware file from your local
system.
6.
Click Upgrade to upgrade the firmware of the base station.
The upgrading process will take a few minutes. The power indicator LED on the
base station slow flashes when the base station is during the firmware upgrading
process.
Once the base station firmware has been successfully upgraded, the base station
reboots automatically. The handset will perform an auto registration to the base station.
You can check the firmware version of the base station using the handset. For more
information, refer to Checking System Status on page 15.
Note
Do not refresh or close the browser during the upgrading process of the base station.
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port
You can upgrade your handset firmware via the USB port located underneath the
battery cover. USB ports allow standalone electronic devices to be connected via
cables to a computer.
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To upgrade the handset firmware, contact your system administrator for the latest
firmware file and the firmware upgrading tool (W52P-HS-Flasher.exe), and store them on
your local system.
To connect the handset to the PC using the USB cable:
Before upgrading the handset, you need to connect the handset to the computer.
4.
Open the battery cover of the handset.
A USB mini port is located underneath the battery cover.
5.
Connect the USB cable to the computer.
6.
Connect the other end of the USB cable to the USB port on the handset.
To upgrade the handset firmware:
4.
Double click the W52P-HS-Flasher.exe application.
5.
Click the Browse button to locate the latest firmware file from your local system.
6.
Click the Upgrade button.
The handset is turned off. The status of the upgrading process is indicated on the
interface of the firmware upgrading tool. The upgrading process will take a few
minutes.
Once the handset firmware has been successfully upgraded, the handset is turned on
automatically, plays a warning tone and performs an auto registration to the base
station. You can check the firmware version of the handset. For more information, refer
to Checking System Status on page 15.
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Menu Structure
System Sta tus
Line Sta tus
Pla y M essag e
Set Voice M a il
Set Key 1
Call Forw ard
Alw ays
Busy
No Answ er
Do Not Disturb
Ca ll Wa iting
Anon. Ca ll Rejection
Anonymous Call
Local Dir
Netw ork Dir
Remote Phonebook
Da te & Time
Aud io
Display
Ad visory Tones
Ring Tones
Screen Sa ver
Colour Schemes
Display Ba cklig ht
Keypa d Lig ht
Notifica tion Lig ht
Time Forma t
Date Forma t
Input M ethod
Shortcut
Lang ua ge
Reg istra tion
Telep hony
System Settings
Ha nd set Name
Reg ister Hand set
De-reg. Ha nd set
Select Ba se
Auto Answ er
Auto Intercom
Defa ult Line
Incoming Lines
Sp eed Dia l
Caller Blacklist
Netw ork
Ha nd set Reset
Cha ng e Base PIN
Ba se Reset
Ba se Restart
Auto Provision
Eco M od e+
Eco M od e
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Regulatory Notices
Regulatory Notices
Important Safety Information
To reduce risk of fire, severe personal injury and damage to property, read the following
safety information carefully before using the product.
Environmental Requirements
Place the product on a stable, level and non-slip surface.
Do not place the product close to heat sources, in direct sunlight or next to
any household appliance with strong magnetic field or electromagnetic
field, such as a microwave oven or a refrigerator.
Do not allow the product to come into contact with water, dust and
chemicals.
Protect the product from aggressive liquids and vapors.
Do not place the product on or near any inflammable or fire-vulnerable
object, such as rubber-made materials.
Do not install the product in rooms with high humidity, for example, in
bathrooms, laundry rooms and wet basements.
Safety Notes During Operation
Use only spare parts and accessories supplied or authorized by WELL. The
operation of non- authorized parts cannot be guaranteed.
Do not place heavy objects on top of the handset or the base station in
case of damage and deformation caused by the heavy load.
Do not open the handset or the base station by yourself for repair purpose,
which could expose you to high votages. Have all repairs carried out by
authorized service personel.
Do not let a child operate the product without guidance.
Keep the small accessories contained in your product out of reach of small
children in case of accidental swallowing.
Before plugging or unplugging any cable, make sure that your hands are
completely dry.
Do not hold the handset up to your ear when speakphone is on or when the
ringer is ringing as the volumn can be very loud, which may be harmful to
your hearing.
During a thunderstorm, stop using the product and disconnect it from the
power supply to avoid lightning strike.
If the product is left unused for a rather long time, disconnect the base
station from the power supply and unplug the power adapter.
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When there is smoke emitted from the product, or some abnormal noise or
smell, disconnect the product from the power supply, and unplug the power
adapter immediately.
Remove the electrical cord from an outlet by pulling gently on the power
adapter, not by pulling the cord.
Battery Precautions
Do not immerse the battery into water, which could short-circuit and
damage the battery.
Do not expose the battery to an open flame or leave the battery where it
could be subjected to extremly high temperatues, which could cause the
battery to explode.
Do power the handset off before removing the battery.
Do not try to use the bettery for the power supply of any device other than
this handset.
Do not open or mutilate the battery, released electrolyte is corrosive and
may cause damage to the your eyes or skin.
Use only the rechargeable battery pack delivered with the handset or those
rechargeable battery packs expressly recommended by WELL.
Defective or exhausted batteries should never be disposed of as municipal
waste. Return old batteries to the battery supplier, a licensed battery dealer
or a designated collection facility.
Notices of Cleaning
Before cleaning the base station, stop using it and disconnect it from the
power supply.
Remove the battery before cleaning the handset to reduce risk of electric
shock.
Only clean your product with a piece of slightly moist and anti-static cloth.
Keep the power plug clean and dry. Using a dirty or wet power plug may
lead to electric shock or other perils.
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Index
Index
A
D
About This Guide
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Account Registration 16
30
Adding Contacts
Adjusting Ringer Volume
17
Advisory Tones
24
Always Forward
52
Anonymous Call
55
Anonymous Call Rejection
56
Answering Calls 49
Appendix
61
Area Code
39
Assigning a Speed Dial Number
53
Attended Transfer
Auto Answer
43
Auto Intercom
43
Auto Provision 44
AC Power
4
Date and Time
26
Deleting Contacts
31
42
Deleting a Speed Dial Number
Declaration of Conformity
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Dial Plan 38
Displaying Information on LCD Screen
Do Not Disturb (DND)
52
10
E
Eco Mode+
45
Eco Mode
45
Editing Contacts
31
Emergency Numbers
Ending Calls
50
42
40
F
Firmware Upgrading
61
B
G
Backlight 24
Base Reset
44
Base Station Description 7
Basic Network Settings
14
Basic Operations 13
Battery Charging Status
6
Battery Information
5
Battery Status
10
Blacklist 32
Blind Transfer
53
Block Out 40
Busy Forward
52
1
Getting Started
GNU GPL Information
H
Handset Description
23
Handset Name
Handset Registration
Handset Reset
44
8
13
I
Icon Instructions
11
Incoming Lines 41
Information for DECT Product
Important Safety Information
In This Guide
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Index 67
C
47
Call Features
Call Forward
52
Call Hold/Resume
51
Call History Management
35
Call Mute
50
Call Transfer
53
Call Waiting
51
Connecting the W52P Base Station
Conference Call
54
Charging the Handset
6
Checking Line Status
17
Checking System Status
15
Copyright
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Color Schemes
25
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K
3
Keypad Light
25
L
Language
23
Local Directory 28
Locating a Handset
18
Locking/Unlocking Keypad
18
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WEEE Warning
M
Main Menu 19
Menu Guidance
19
Menu Structure 63
N
No Answer Forward
52
Notification Light
25
O
7
Overview
Outgoing Lines
41
P
Packaging Contents
1
Phone Settings
22
Placing a Call from Local Directory
Placing a Call Using Speed Dial Key
Placing Calls
47
Placing External Calls 48
Placing Internal Calls
48
Power over Ethernet 4
32
43
R
Redialing Calls 50
Regulatory Notices 65
Remote Phonebook
33
Replace Rule 39
21
Returning to Idle Screen
Ring Tones
23
S
Screen Saver
25
Searching for Contacts
31
Semi-Attended Transfer
53
Setting up the Charger Cradle
5
Setting up the W52P/W52H Handset
Shortcuts
27
Signal Strength
10
Speed Dial 42
Submenu
19
Switching Silent Mode On/Off 18
5
T
Table of Contents
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Turning Handset On/Off
17
U
Upgrading the Base Station
61
Upgrading the Handset via USB Port
Using Alphanumeric keys 28
V
Voice Mail
56
W
Warranty
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