Nortel IP Phones 1200 Series
Nortel IP Phones 1200 Series
SIP User Guide
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Nortel IP Phones 1200 Series
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Document release date: 10 August 2009
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Contents
Regulatory and Safety Information.................................................. 6
EMC ...........................................................................................................................6
Safety..........................................................................................................................6
Other ...........................................................................................................................6
Introduction........................................................................................ 7
IP Phone 1200 Series .........................................................................................7
Basic Features....................................................................................................8
IP Phone 1210 .............................................................................................................8
IP Phone 1220 .............................................................................................................9
IP Phone 1230 ...........................................................................................................10
Installing Your IP Phone ................................................................................ 11
Phone Components....................................................................................................11
Attaching the Foot Stand (optional) ...........................................................................13
Connecting the Handset .............................................................................................13
Connecting the Headset (optional) .............................................................................13
Connecting AC Power (optional) ...............................................................................14
Connecting the LAN Ethernet Cable..........................................................................14
Connecting the PC Ethernet Cable.............................................................................14
Wall Mounting (Optional) .........................................................................................15
Description of Keys and Components........................................................................16
Configuring Your IP Phone............................................................. 23
Local Configuration ........................................................................................ 23
Phone Info.................................................................................................................23
Tones Setting.............................................................................................................24
Time Zone.................................................................................................................25
Time Server...............................................................................................................25
Line Name.................................................................................................................26
User ID .....................................................................................................................26
Auth ID .....................................................................................................................27
SIP Password.............................................................................................................27
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Call Forwarding ........................................................................................................27
Reset Phone...............................................................................................................29
Web Configuration.......................................................................................... 31
General......................................................................................................................32
Phone Configuration..................................................................................................33
Phonebook ................................................................................................................36
Change Password ......................................................................................................38
Auto-Configuration ......................................................................................... 39
Using Your IP Phone ....................................................................... 40
Making Calls.................................................................................................... 40
Answering Calls............................................................................................... 42
Rejecting an Incoming Call............................................................................. 43
Placing Calls on Hold ...................................................................................... 43
Retrieving a call from hold: .......................................................................................44
Activating Mute............................................................................................... 44
Hanging Up...................................................................................................... 44
Call Waiting..................................................................................................... 45
Caller ID and Call-Waiting Caller ID ............................................................ 46
Per Call Caller-Id Blocking ............................................................................ 46
Do Not Disturb ................................................................................................ 46
Call Forwarding .............................................................................................. 47
Auto Callback / Redialing ............................................................................... 47
Call Return ...................................................................................................... 47
Auto Dial.......................................................................................................... 48
Call Transfer ................................................................................................... 48
Conferencing ................................................................................................... 49
Call Park / Unpark.......................................................................................... 49
Call Pickup ...................................................................................................... 50
Voicemail ......................................................................................................... 50
Intercom........................................................................................................... 50
Group Page ...................................................................................................... 51
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Handsfree......................................................................................................... 51
Headset ............................................................................................................ 51
Adjusting Volume............................................................................................ 52
Instant Messages (IM)..................................................................................... 52
Call Logs .......................................................................................................... 53
Book Settings ................................................................................................... 53
Speed Dialing ................................................................................................... 55
Managing Speed Dial Entries ....................................................................................56
Log In / Log Out Settings................................................................................ 58
Login.........................................................................................................................58
Logout.......................................................................................................................59
Upgrade ............................................................................................ 60
Using your phone’s Web Interface ................................................................. 60
Using your phone’s LCD Interface................................................................. 60
Glossary ........................................................................................... 61
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Regulatory and Safety Information
EMC
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United States: FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B
Canada: ICES-003 Class B
Australia/New Zealand: CISPR 22
European community:
– EN55022 Class B
– EN 55024
– EN 61000-3-2
– EN 61000-3-3
Japan: VCCI
Korea MIC: KN22 and KN24
Safety
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United States: UL 60950-1
Canada: CSA 60950-1-03
Australia/New Zealand: AS/NZS 60950.1:2003
European Community: EN 60950-1+A11
International: IEC 60950-1
Mexico: NOM approvals
Other
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FCC Part 68 HAC
IC CS-03 HAC
Australia AS/ACIF 004
New Zealand PTC 220
Complies with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
Directive 1999/5/EC10
Complies with Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) – (6 of 6) as
part of European Union Environmental Directive
American Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant dialpad
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Introduction
Your IP Phones 1200 series bring voice and data to your desktop and are
designed and optimized for small and medium sized businesses. These phones
have an ergonomic and advanced design.
IP Phone 1200 Series
Your IP Phones 1200 series include three models, namely IP Phone 1210, IP
Phone 1220 and IP Phone 1230. The choice of the three phone models enables
you to choose the functionality and price that is just right for your business use.
This section includes the following topics:
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Basic Features,
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Installing Your IP Phone,
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Description of Keys and Components.
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Basic Features
IP Phone 1210
The IP Phone 1210 is the entry-level deskset in the exciting IP Phone 1200
Series that comes pre-programmed with key features used by today’s
businesses. It is a standard-level desktop phone for basic communication needs.
It is a great choice for lobbies, lunchrooms and other common public areas. The
phone includes the following features:
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Four Context Sensitive Soft Keys (self labeled)
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Two Specialized Feature Keys
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Six Fixed Call Processing Keys (Three with LED Status), namely Mute,
Handsfree, Goodbye, Applications, Headset, Hold
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Volume Up/Down Keys to Separately Adjust the Ringer, Speaker,
Headset And Handset’s Volume
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Four-Way Navigation Cluster plus Enter Key
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Wall Mountable
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LCD Display Screen
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High Quality Speakerphone
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Hearing Aid Compatibility
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Handset Jack
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Headset Jack
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10/100 Ethernet Ports:
o One Ethernet port for LAN Connection
o One Ethernet port for optional PC connection
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE) through the LAN port, or Power Through a
Supported AC Adapter
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IP Phone 1220
The IP Phone 1220 is one of the desksets in the exciting IP Phone 1200 Series
that comes pre-programmed with key features used by today’s businesses. The
IP Phone 1220 is an intermediate-level desktop that is ideally positioned for office
workers with moderate call activity. The phone includes the following features:
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5 Lines x 25 Character LCD Display
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Four Context-Sensitive Soft Keys (Self Labeled)
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Six Specialized Feature Keys
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Six Fixed Call Processing Keys (Three with LED Status) namely –
Mute, Handsfree, Goodbye, Applications, Headset, Hold
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Volume Up/Down Keys to Separately Adjust the Ringer, Speaker,
Headset and Handset Volume
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Four-Way Navigation Cluster Plus Enter Key
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Four Line Keys (Self Labeled)
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Wall Mountable
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LCD Display Screen
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High Quality Speakerphone
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Hearing Aid Compatibility
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Headset Jack
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Handset Jack
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10/100 Ethernet Ports:
o One Ethernet Port for LAN Connection
o One Ethernet Port for Optional PC Connection
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE) through the LAN port, or Power Through a
Supported AC Adapter
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Accessory Expansion Module (AEM) Port to Connect the Expansion
Module
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IP Phone 1230
The IP Phone 1230 comes pre-programmed with key features used by today’s
businesses. It is a premium-intermediate deskset and is best suited for power
users with advanced communication needs, users such as managers, knowledge
workers and administrative assistants. The phone includes the following
features:
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9 Nine lines x 25 Character LCD Display
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Four Context Sensitive Soft Keys (Self Labeled)
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Six Specialized Feature Keys
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Six Fixed Call Processing Keys (Three with LED Status) namely –
Mute, Handsfree, Goodbye, Applications, Headset, Hold
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Volume Up/Down Keys to Separately Adjust the Ringer, Speaker,
Headset and Handset Volume
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Four-Way Navigation Cluster Plus Enter Key
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Ten Line Keys (Self Labeled)
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Wall Mountable
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LCD Display Screen
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High Quality Speakerphone
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Hearing Aid Compatibility
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Headset Jack
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Handset Jack
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10/100 Ethernet Ports:
o One Ethernet Port for LAN Connection
o One Ethernet Port for Optional PC Connection
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Power Over Ethernet (PoE) through the LAN port, or Power Through a
Supported AC Adapter
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Accessory Expansion Module (AEM) Port to Connect the Expansion
Module
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Installing Your IP Phone
Phone Components
This section details the steps and precautionary measures to perform during the
installation of your IP Phone. The standard package includes the following
accessories:
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Foot Stand
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Handset
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Handset Cord
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2.1 meters (7 feet) CAT5e Ethernet Cable
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Number Plate and Lens
Figure 1 shows the connections on the back of a 1200 Series IP Phone. Perform
the following steps to connect the components of the phone and to install the
phone:
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Attaching the Foot Stand (optional)
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Connecting the Handset
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Connecting the Headset (optional)
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Connecting AC Power (optional)
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Connecting the LAN Ethernet cable
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Connecting the PC Ethernet cable
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Wall mounting (optional)
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Figure 1: Connections on an IP Phone 1200 Series
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Attaching the Foot Stand (optional)
Attach the foot stand in the appropriate slots depending on the desired angle for
your IP Phone. If you insert the foot stand into the upper slots, your IP Phone
sits at a 25-degree angle. If you insert the foot stand into the lower slots, your IP
Phone sits at a 55-degree angle.
1. Align the bottom tabs on the foot stand with the position 1 slots or the
position 2 slots on the back of your IP Phone.
In position 1 the IP Phone sits at a 25-degree angle.
In position 2 the IP Phone sits at a 55-degree angle.
2. Press the foot stand into the slots until it snaps into place.
If you install your IP Phone on a wall, do not attach the foot stand.
Connecting the Handset
Use the following procedure to connect the handset to your IP Phone:
1. Plug the end of the handset cord with the short straight section into the
handset.
2. Plug the other end of the handset cord with the long straight section into
the handset jack marked with the handset symbol as shown in Figure 1.
3. (Optional) Thread the cord through the channel in the foot stand (if
installed) so that it exits on the side of the foot stand.
Connecting the Headset (optional)
If you have a headset, you can connect the headset to the IP Phone as given in
the following procedure:
1. Plug the headset cord into the headset jack on the back of the IP Phone
as shown in Figure 1.
2. Thread the cord through the channel in the side of the foot stand (if
installed).
3. Set up the headset according to the headset instructions.
For information on how to use your headset with your IP Phone, refer to Headset.
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Connecting AC Power (optional)
Your IP Phone supports AC power and Power over Ethernet (PoE). For AC
power, use only the Nortel-approved Global Power Supply (N0146475) and the
country-specific IEC cable that you can order separately. To use PoE, your
connected LAN must support PoE.
1. Connect the DC barrel connector to the power jack on the back of the IP
Phone.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed) to
secure the cable.
3. Plug the country-specific IEC cable into the Global Power Supply, and
then plug the Global Power Supply into the nearest AC power outlet.
Connecting the LAN Ethernet Cable
Connect your IP Phone to your LAN using a CAT5e Ethernet cable to enable full
functionality of your IP Phone. If your Ethernet port is equipped with Power over
Ethernet (PoE), your IP Phone can be powered through the LAN port. Do not
extend the LAN Ethernet cable outside the building.
1. Plug one end of the supplied LAN Ethernet cable into the LAN Ethernet
port on the back of your IP Phone as shown in Figure 1.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your LAN Ethernet connection. The
LAN LED on the back of the IP Phone lights when a LAN connection is
established.
Note: When your LAN cable gets unplugged on an active phone, your phone
LCD displays an alert message “LAN cable unplugged”.
Connecting the PC Ethernet Cable
Connect a CAT5e PC Ethernet cable between your IP Phone and your computer
to enable your computer to access the LAN.
1. Plug one end of the PC Ethernet cable (not supplied) into the PC Ethernet
port on the back of your IP Phone as shown in Figure 1.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).
3. Connect the other end of the cable to the LAN port on your PC.
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Wall Mounting (Optional)
You can install your IP Phone on a wall. Wall-mount the IP Phone using the two
keyholes on the back of the IP Phone. You do not need the foot stand for wallmounted applications.
1. Remove the foot stand, if already attached.
2. Ensure all cables are properly routed and the IP Phone is functioning.
3. Make small marks on the wall where you want to align each keyhole slot.
4. Insert the screws (not provided) so that they protrude slightly from the
wall.
5. Align the keyholes on the back of the IP Phone with the screws in the wall.
6. Slide the IP Phone onto the screws to secure the IP Phone in position.
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Description of Keys and Components
You should look at the following figures to understand the locations of the keys
and components on your IP Phone 1210, 1220 or 1230. For a description of the
keys and components on your IP Phone, look at Table 1 – IP Phone 1200 Series
Description of Keys and Components.
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Figure 2: IP Phone 1210
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Figure 3: IP Phone 1220
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Figure 4: IP Phone 1230
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Table 1: IP Phone 1200 Series Description of Keys and
Components
Key or Component
Description
Message Waiting /
Incoming Call
Indicator
When a message is waiting, the red message waiting
indicator glows.
Line or Speed Dial
keys
Also, if configured, this indicator glows when the ringer
sounds.
The keys on either side of the display area are line or
speed dial keys and are labeled on the LCD display. You
may program these keys as either line or speed dial keys
(for one touch dialing). These keys select which line is in
use when the phone is active, and also act as Status
Monitoring Keys when a number is set as a speed dial.
(These user defined line keys are not available on the IP
Phone 1210, whereas there are ten line keys in IP Phone
1230 four in IP Phone 1220)
Display Screen
Shows the call information and phone status icons and
guides you while using features.
Soft Keys
Soft key labels are displayed on the last line of your
phone’s LCD screen. The LCD label above each key
changes based on the active feature. At most four softkeys
can be displayed on the LCD screen. If, however, there are
more functions present in a menu, the right and left
navigation keys can be used to view the additional soft
keys. Pressing the corresponding button below each
softkey label operates the soft keys. If the label for a
particular button is not present, this means that that softkey
is inactive for the current menu.
Six Specialized
Feature keys
The keys on either side of navigation keys are fixed
specialized feature keys. The IP Phone 1210 has two keys,
namely Services and Conference, while the IP Phones
1220 & 1230 have six keys. The system administrator
programs these keys with the following features:
Conference: To initiate conference. When a conference
server is not configured, this key functions when there are
two or more active calls. This key functions at all times
when a conference server is configured.
Services: When your telephone is idle, press this key to
briefly display your telephone’s firmware version, network
address and Ethernet address. When navigating the menu,
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press this key to back up one level to the previous display.
Quit: To close an active menu or dialog box. Pressing the
Quit key does not affect the state of active calls.
Message: To open your Voicemail box. For more
information about mailbox options, refer to Voicemail.
Redial: Pressing this key displays a list of 15 most recently
dialed numbers. You may select a number from the redial
list and then dial it, save in the phonebook, delete, or check
information about the call.
Directory: To access phonebook.
Four Way Navigation Press this key to scroll through menus and lists on the
Cluster With Enter key display screen. The outer keys in this key cluster are used
for Up, Down, Left and Right movements whereas Enter
lies in its center. These perform the following functions:
Enter key: Pressing this key confirms a menu selection. In
most menus, you can press the enter key instead of the
Select/Enter softkey.
Up/Down Scroll key: When there is more text to be
displayed than the number of lines possible on one screen
full, then use the Up/Down scroll keys to view the complete
text. These keys can also be used to move to an item in a
list.
Right/Left Scroll Keys: When there are more than four
soft keys present in a menu, then to access those
additional soft keys press the right arrow key. To get back
to the previous set of soft keys press left arrow key. In
addition, you may use these left and right scroll keys to
move the cursor left or right when typing in text.
Volume Control Keys
Press the Volume control keys to adjust the volume of the
Ringer, Handset, Headset, and the Handsfree features.
Press the top button to increase the volume, and press the
bottom button to decrease volume.
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Mute key
Press the Mute key to listen to the receiving party without
transmitting audio. Press the Mute key again to return to
two-way conversation. The Mute LED indicator on the Mute
key flashes to indicate that the microphone is muted. The
microphone remains muted for your current call and all
other calls until you press the Mute key again to turn the
microphone on. The Mute key applies to handsfree,
handset, and headset microphones.
Handsfree key
Press the Handsfree key to activate handsfree. The
Handsfree LED Indicator on the Handsfree key lights to
indicate when handsfree is active.
For information on how to use the handsfree mode, refer to
Hands free.
Goodbye key
This key is used to return the phone to its idle on-hook
state. Pressing this key terminates an active call.
Applications key
(Intercom)
This key is used to make an Intercom call. Press the
application key before dialing the number to place a oneway Intercom call instead of a regular two-way call. When
receiving an Intercom call, press this key to turn the call into
a regular call with two-way audio.
Headset key
Press the Headset key to answer a call using the headset
or to switch a call from the handset or handsfree to the
headset. The Headset LED Indicator on the Headset key
lights to indicate that the headset is in use.
Hold key
When in a call press the Hold key to put the other phone on
hold. Press it again to deactivate hold and retrieve the call.
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Configuring Your IP Phone
Once your telephone is connected to the LAN, you need to configure it. You also
may need to modify the configuration from time to time. There are three ways of
doing this:
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You may use menus that are accessible on the telephone’s LCD (Local
Configuration)
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You may access the website on the telephone’s built-in web server using
a web browser on a computer that is on the same network as your
telephone (Web Configuration).
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You may configure your telephone using an XML Auto-Configuration file.
This option is available only to an administrator of your telephony system.
If your telephone is connected to a telephony system that is centrally managed,
please be sure to check with the administrator of your system before you modify
any configuration options locally using either the phone’s LCD interface or the
phone’s web-server interface. You may end up losing important system-specific
configuration information if you make changes without the approval of your
administrator, thereby rendering your phone inoperable. Conversely, it is
possible that you may lose any changes that you make locally when the
telephony system or the phone is restarted.
Local Configuration
Local configuration provides access to many configuration options in the Setup
menu on your IP Phone’s LCD, which can be accessed by pressing the Services
key on your phone and then pressing the Setup softkey. Simply follow the
prompts on the LCD screen of your phone to navigate in the local configuration
menu, as follows:
Phone Info
When your telephone is idle, press the Services key to momentarily display your
phone’s firmware version and network address. Further, use the Down
navigation key to check your phone’s Ethernet MAC Address. To return to the
previous display, press the Up navigation key.
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Tones Setting
You may customize your call and ringer tones according to your preference as
explained below:
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Setting Call Processing Tone
Use the following procedure to set your preferred country specific call
processing tones:
o Press the Services key and press the Setup softkey.
o Now select Config, followed by Phone softkey.
o Press Tones, followed by Call softkey.
o Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll to choose one of the call
types and press Set softkey or the Enter key to save.
o Further affirm your selection by choosing either Yes or No.
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Setting Ringer Tone
Use the following procedure to set your preferred Ringer Tone:
o Press the Services key and press the Setup softkey.
o Now select Config, followed by Phone.
o Press Tones, followed by Ringer softkey option.
o Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll and choose one of the
ringer types, samples of which play automatically while scrolling, and
press Select softkey or the Enter key to save.
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Setting RoutingTone
You can control whether a routing tone is played on your IP phone for the
brief interval between when you place a call and before the remote end
starts ringing, by following the following procedure:
o Press the Services key and press the Setup softkey.
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o Now select Config, followed by Phone softkey.
o Press Tones, followed by Route softkey option.
o Choose whether to enable or disable the routing tone by pressing On
or Off.
o Further confirm your selection by pressing Yes or No.
Time Zone
Use the following procedure to set your time zone:
o Press the Services key and select Setup softkey.
o Select Time softkey, followed by the Tzone option.
o Use Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through the various time zones
and select the desired zone by pressing Set.
NOTE: By default your time zone is set to GMT London.
Time Server
Use the following procedure to either enter manually configure network time
servers, or allow the phone to use default time servers available on the Internet:
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Manual
You may choose to configure your preferred time servers by entering valid
time server addresses, such that your phone retrieves its time settings
from those servers. The procedure is as follows:
o Press the Services key and select Setup softkey.
o Select Time softkey, followed by Server option.
o Select Manual softkey and enter address of Time Server 1 (primary).
Press Enter to continue.
o Enter address of Time server 2 (optional) and press Enter to save.
Press Enter without entering a time server address if you wish not to
use Time server 2.
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Default
You may set your time as given by default network servers. By selecting
this option, your phone retrieves time from phone’s default time servers.
The procedure is as follows:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Select Time softkey, followed by Server option and further select
Deflt.
o Save your settings by choosing Yes or No.
Line Name
Use the following procedure to label the line keys with your own choice of
names:
o Press the Services key and press the Setup softkey.
o Select Config and then Lines.
o Use the Up/Down navigation key to scroll and Select your desired
line.
o Further select Name, use the keypad to type in a name of your choice
and press Enter.
o Your chosen display name appears next to your line key icon.
User ID
Use the following procedure to set your user ID:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Select Config, followed by Lines softkey.
o Use the Up/Down navigation key to scroll and choose a line by
pressing Select softkey.
o Now select Sip, followed by Id softkey.
o Select User softkey and type in user ID.
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o Press Enter to save.
Auth ID
Use the following procedure to set your auth ID:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Select Config softkey, followed by Lines.
o Use the Up/Down navigation key to scroll and choose a line by
pressing Select softkey.
o Now select Sip, followed by Id softkey.
o Select Auth and type in Auth ID.
o Press Enter to save.
SIP Password
Use the following procedure to enter your SIP password:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Select Config and then Lines.
o Use the Up/Down navigation key to scroll and choose a line by
pressing Select softkey.
o Now select Sip softkey, followed by Id option.
o Select Paswd softkey and type in the SIP password.
o Press Enter to save.
Call Forwarding
You may set call forwarding on individual lines or cancel call forwarding as
explained below:
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Set Call Forwards
Use the following procedure to set call forwarding:
o Press the Services key and press the Setup softkey.
o Now select Config and Lines.
o Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll and Select the line on
which you wish to set call forwarding.
o Further select Forwd softkey, enter the number you want your calls to
get forwarded to and press Save.
o Choose amongst Cfu (call forward unconditional), Cfb (call forward
when busy) or Cfna (call forward when not available) softkey options
and confirm by selecting Yes or No.
o Your chosen option (Cfu, Cfb or Cfna) now appears next to the
respective line key icon, showing that the line is in call forwarding
mode.
o When you select Cfna, you can also select the duration of time before
which the call is forwarded, 20, 40 or 60 seconds (default is 20
seconds).
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Cancel Call Forwards
Use the following procedure to cancel call forwarding:
o Press the Services key and select Setup softkey.
o Now Select Config, followed by the Lines softkey.
o Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll and Select the line for
which you wish to cancel call forwarding.
o Now select Forwd and press Save softkey on the ‘”forward to” option
(the previously entered “forward to” number is of no consequence),
and select None to cancel call forward.
Or, select Forwd and press Clear softkey, thereby making the “forward
to” number blank, and then press Save softkey. Further confirm your
selection by pressing Yes or No.
o Note that when you cancel call forwarding on a line, the display name
automatically gets restored next to that line key icon.
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Reset Phone
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Phone
You have an option to reset (or reboot) your phone anytime you want
without changing your phone settings, by following the procedure below:
o Press the Services key and select Setup softkey.
o Now select Reset, followed by Phone softkey.
o Select Yes to confirm or No to cancel and go back to the welcome
page.
o To abort and go back to the previous menu, press Services key.
o Your phone restarts if you select Yes.
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Mode
You have an option to toggle between User mode and Administrator
access modes. The procedure to use this feature is as follows:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Now select Reset, followed by Mode softkey.
o Press Yes to confirm toggling of access mode, or No to cancel and go
back to the idle screen.
o To abort and go back to the previous menu, press Services key.
o Your phone restarts in new mode if you press Yes.
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Default
When your access mode is “Admin,” you have an option to restore your
phone to default factory settings. The procedure is as follows:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Now select Reset, followed by Deflt softkey.
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o Select Yes to confirm or No to cancel.
o To abort and go back to the previous menu, press Services key.
o Your phone restarts with factory default settings if you press Yes.
NOTE: If your phone is in a network from which it automatically picks up
auto-configuration, the phone may first restore defaults, reboot, and then
proceed to auto-configure. If you wish to avoid auto-configuration,
connect the phone to a network that does not automatically configure
phones, or ask your telephony administrator to disable auto-configuration
for your particular phone.
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Password
You can change your “Admin” password by using the following procedure:
o Press the Services key and select Setup.
o Now select Reset, followed by Paswd softkey.
o Enter your old password, followed by a new password and press
Enter.
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Web Configuration
There are several areas to configure on the website, all reachable through links
on the main page at http://<network address>/, where <network address> is the
network address of your telephone, e.g., 10.0.0.167. You can determine what
this address is by pressing the Services key on the phone. The address is
displayed momentarily on the phone’s LCD.
From the main page (where your telephone version and serial number are
displayed), you can follow links to pages for:
•
General
•
Phone Configuration
•
Phonebook
•
Change Password
WARNING: Never change the configuration of your telephone during a
call.
When you first attempt to access the website, you are prompted for a User Name
and Password. The user name is “user” (without the quotes) and the
corresponding password is "1234" (also without the quotes). You should change
the password as soon as possible.
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General
After logging onto your IP phone’s web interface, the initial display on your
computer screen appears as follows:
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Phone Configuration
The phone-configuration page contains basic settings and features that a user
initially sets up and might want to change from time to time. A part of your page
looks as follows:
•
When the Enable Do Not Disturb feature is checked, your telephone
does not receive any incoming call. Phone is reported as busy to the
other party.
•
Call Waiting can be disabled by checking Disable Call Waiting checkbox,
such that your telephone immediately rejects an incoming call if there is
already an active call on the same line.
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•
You can control whether your telephone beeps when it receives an Instant
Message, by checking Enable IM Beep Alert.
•
When Blink Light on Incoming Calls checkbox is checked, the light at
the top of the telephone starts blinking whenever there is an incoming call.
•
When Enable Flashing for MWI Indicator checkbox is checked, then the
light at the top of the telephone starts blinking when there is a voicemail
message or an Instant Message waiting for your attention. When the
checkbox is unchecked, the light at the top of the telephone glows solid
red when there is a voicemail message or an Instant Message waiting for
your attention.
•
The Block My Caller ID field prevents your Caller ID from being shown to
the other party. This only occurs, however, when your telephone is
configured to use a telephony server, because the server strips out the
Caller ID. Without a server, your Caller ID cannot be blocked, so that the
other party can always see it.
•
You can control whether your telephone sounds a routing tone for the brief
interval between when you place a call and the time that the remote end
starts ringing, by checking the Enable Routing Tone checkbox.
•
The Tone Set feature enables you to scroll and select the set of tones
your telephone uses based on your regional preference.
•
The Ringer Tone feature enables you to scroll and select the incoming
call ringer type on your telephone, as per your preference.
•
Resource List Server or RLS Subscription URI is a telephony serverdependent feature. It is auto-generated through auto-configuration when
you add a speed dial in the configuration available on the server. This
feature enables notification of the state of speed dials configured on your
phone.
•
You may initiate a call by dialing a number and then providing a “dialing
completed” event by pressing the Dial softkey, pressing the # key,
pressing the Handsfree key, pressing the Headset key, or picking up the
handset. You may, however, avoid providing a “dialing completed” event
by configuring a Dial Plan of up to 128 characters. The dial plan tells your
phone the pattern of a telephone number in your network. Once your
telephone recognizes a complete telephone number as you dial, it
automatically places the call.
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The next part of the Phone Configuration page allows you to configure attributes
that are specific to time. It looks as follows:
•
Your telephone contacts a time server to determine what time and date it
is. There are two ways it determines which servers to contact:
1. If Default is selected, and time servers are not obtained from
DHCP, phone uses the pre-programmed time servers
(1.pool.ntp.org and 2.pool.ntp.org) to retrieve the time settings. If
time servers are obtained from DHCP those will be used to obtain
time settings instead of the default ones.
2. If Manual time servers are selected, the phone uses the time
servers you specify in the Time Server 1 and Time Server 2 fields,
regardless of whether time servers are provided by a DHCP
response.
•
Select your Time Zone and whether Daylight Saving Time (DST) is
observed (Enable DST) in your time zone, so that your telephone knows
how to adjust the information it gets from the time server for your specific
location.
Your changes take effect only when you save them by pressing Commit
Changes button.
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Phonebook
From this page you can Load a phonebook from your PC as a text file that you
created through some other means, or add numbers on the Phonebook web
page. Click the Browse button to import the File to be uploaded on your phone,
and click the OK button. Note that importing is additive. It does not replace your
existing phonebook entries even if entries have the same name. A line that
starts with the ‘^’ character in the phonebook file is ignored as a comment line.
The space and tab characters can appear anywhere except within a nickname or
URI.
You can also save a phonebook to your PC as a text file by clicking Save button.
You may add records in phonebook by specifying Nickname and Contact
Number, followed by clicking the Add To Phone List button. In addition, you
may also set it as a Speed Dial by specifying a Speed Dial Index.
You may select an entry in the phonebook and make a call by pressing the Dial
button.
You may select an entry and delete it by pressing the Delete button. Whenever
entries are added to the phonebook, either through the website or by importing a
phonebook from your PC, there is the possibility that one or more entries will
have the same nickname. Your telephone resolves this conflict by not saving
such contacts and displaying an alert message.
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The phonebook page looks as follows:
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Change Password
On this page you specify the admin and user passwords that grant access to
your telephone's website. The website access admin password is the same as
the phone LCD admin password. The LCD menu does not have a user
password. To change a password, select the one you want to change, specify
the Current Password and a New Password you would like to use. Enter the
new password a second time (Confirm Password) to help prevent establishing a
password with an unknown typographical error. Your changes take effect only
when you click Commit Changes button. If you forget your password, there are
several ways you can restore the phone to factory defaults.
The password-configuration page looks like as follows:
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Auto-Configuration
Your phone may be auto configured. Please contact the administrator of your
telephony system to enable this for you.
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Using Your IP Phone
This section provides information about features and functionality of IP Phones
1210, 1220, and 1230.
Making Calls
To talk to another party, you may use one of the various methods of dialing on
your phone interface, as follows:
Pick up the Handset (OFF HOOK) or press Handsfree / Headset buttons or
any registered Line key on your IP phone and do one of the following:
•
Enter a number you wish to dial and press Dial Softkey or Hash Key (#)
on dial pad.
•
Press Redial to get a list of 15 most recently dialed numbers. Now use
the Up/Down scroll keys to select the number to be dialed and then
press the Dial Softkey, or the Redial feature key again, to dial the
number.
•
Press Book or Directory feature key and then use Up/Down scroll keys
to select the number to be dialed from the phonebook. Now press the
Dial softkey to dial this number.
NOTE: If you do not select a line before dialing a number, then by default your
phone chooses the primary line to place the call.
In summary, after pressing Handsfree/Headset button or any registered Line
Key, or picking up the receiver, do one of the following:
METHOD
From Redial list
From Phone book
PROCEDURE
When unregistered - Redial > Up/Down > Dial softkey
When registered - Redial > Up/Down > Dial softkey
When unregistered - Book > Up/Down > Dial softkey
When registered - Book > Up/Down > Dial softkey
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Manually entering number
When unregistered - not possible (only Uri dialing)
When registered - Enter number > Dial softkey
Note: When there is Dial Plan configured on your phone, the call is placed as
soon as the phone recognizes a valid phone number.
Without picking up the Handset (ON HOOK) and without pressing
Handsfree / Headset buttons and without pressing any Line Key, do one of
the following•
Enter the number (when the phone is idle) and select Dial Softkey or
press Handsfree / Headset or any registered Line Key or Hash Key (#) or
simply pick up the handset receiver. The number that was entered gets
dialed.
•
Press Redial key to get a list of 15 most recently dialed numbers. Use
Up/Down scroll keys to select one of the numbers and then press any
registered Line Key or Dial softkey or press the Handsfree / Headset
button or simply pick up the handset receiver to dial the selected number.
•
Press Book softkey or Directory button to display the numbers stored in
the phonebook. Use Up/Down scroll keys to select one of the numbers
and then press any registered Line Key or Dial softkey or press the
Handsfree / Headset button or simply pick up the handset receiver to dial
the selected number.
•
Press Services button followed by Logs softkey. Go to any of the lists In /
Out / Missed. Use Up/Down navigation keys to select one of the
numbers and then select Dial Softkey or press any registered Line Key or
the Handsfree / Headset button or simply pick up the handset receiver to
dial the selected number.
•
When the phone is not registered then you can dial a SIP Uri. To do this, press
the Uri softkey and enter a SIP Uri. Press the Dial softkey to dial this Uri.
NOTE: If you do not select a line before dialing a number, then by default your
phone chooses the primary line to place the call.
In summary, without picking the handset or pressing the Handsfree or Headset
key, the procedure is as follows:
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METHOD
From Redial list
From Phone book
From Call Logs
Manually entering number
PROCEDURE
When unregistered - Redial > Up/Down > Dial
softkey / Redial Feature Key
When registered - Redial > Up/Down > Dial Softkey /
Line Key / Redial Feature Key
When unregistered- Book > Up/Down > Dial softkey
When registered - Book > Up/Down > Line Key / Dial
When unregistered - Services key > Logs > In / Out /
Miss > Dial softkey
When registered - Services key > Logs > In / Out /
Miss > Dial softkey / Line Key
When unregistered - not possible (only URI dialing)
When registered - Enter number > Line Key / Dial
Note: When there is Dial Plan configured on your phone, the call is placed as
soon as the phone recognizes a valid phone number.
You may also make calls by using your IP Phone’s Web Interface on your PC.
For this, you need to access the website on the telephone's built-in web server
using a web browser on a computer that is on the same network as your
telephone and then click on the Dial tab. You can make calls by either entering
IP address of the phone you wish to call or its phone number and clicking Dial
(your phone may be either off-Hook or on-hook, as long as it is not in a call). For
hanging up, simply click Goodbye. The Dial web page looks as follows:
Answering Calls
Upon receiving an incoming call, the LED on the top of the phone starts to blink
red (if so configured), along with a change in the specific line icon on which the
call is received
(blinking). An incoming call may be answered in one of the
following ways:
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•
Pick up the handset or press Handsfree / Headset button.
•
Press the Line Key on which the call is received.
•
To answer another incoming call on the same line, either press the Flash
softkey or the Accept softkey.
•
To answer another incoming call on a different line, press the Line key on
which the icon is blinking (indicating an incoming call on that line).
•
Intercom calls get answered automatically. The receiver hears the audio
from the initiator of the Intercom call, but audio from the receiver of the call
is not transmitted to the initiator. The receiver of an Intercom call must
press the Applications (Intercom) key on his or her phone to turn the call
into a regular call with two-way audio.
METHOD
PROCEDURE
Normal
Pick up the handset receiver
Speaker
Press Handsfree button
Headset
Press Headset button
Second Call (Same Line)
Press Flash/Accept softkey
Second Call (Different Line)
Press Other Line Key
Note: When you answer a call and the call gets established, the icon next to the
active line key changes to
.
Rejecting an Incoming Call
This feature allows you to reject an incoming call. To do this, press the Reject
softkey upon getting an incoming call on your phone.
Note: If you are traversing some LCD menu and you receive an incoming call,
you would have to come back out of that menu to the main welcome screen of
your phone before the Reject softkey option is displayed on your LCD.
Placing Calls on Hold
An active call may be put on a simple hold, or put on hold to initiate a second call
or to pickup another incoming call in the following ways:
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•
Press the Hold button to hold an active call; “Hold: <callee number>”
(without angular brackets) is displayed on your phone’s LCD, whereas
“Held: <caller number>” is displayed on the called party’s LCD.
•
Press the Flash softkey to make some other call when there is already an
active call, thereby putting the former call on hold.
•
Press Flash softkey to pick up an incoming waiting call when there is
already an active call, thereby putting the former call on hold.
Note - Whenever the caller puts a call on hold, then the corresponding line key
icon changes to
(We Hold), whereas when the other party puts a call on
hold, then your line icon changes to
(You Hold).
Retrieving a call from hold:
Press the Hold key again if the call were originally put on hold using the Hold
key. If the call were originally put on hold using the Flash softkey, press the
Flash softkey again in order to retrieve the call.
Activating Mute
By activating Mute you stop transmitting voice to the other party. You can use
mute key on handset, handsfree, or headset calls.
•
While you are in a call, press Mute key to turn off the microphone. The
Mute LED indicator flashes when the microphone is off.
•
Press the Mute key again to turn on the microphone.
•
The microphone remains muted for your current call and all other calls
until you press Mute key again to turn on the microphone.
Hanging Up
Hang up means disconnecting calls. There could be one or more ongoing calls
on your phone at the same time. Any of the active calls may be disconnected
using the Hngup softkey or by other methods as explained below:
•
Press Hngup softkey to disconnect the currently active call in any mode.
•
In speaker-phone mode, press Handsfree button.
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•
Press the Line button of the line on which you want to disconnect the call.
•
In handset mode, place the handset back in the cradle.
•
An intercom call ends automatically after a configurable timeout (15
seconds by default), except when the receiver of the call turns it into a
regular call.
•
On the Web Interface of your phone, click “Goodbye” in the Dial tab to
disconnect.
Note: During an active call through the speaker, headset or handset, even when
the receiver is off-hook, pressing the Goodbye key makes the phone go to the
on-hook idle state and your call gets terminated.
METHOD
PROCEDURE
Normal
Put Receiver back on the cradle
When phone is in Speaker mode
Press Handsfree key
When phone is in Headset mode
Press Headset key
Using soft key
Press Hngup softkey in any mode
Intercom call
Disconnects automatically after
configurable timeout (15 seconds by
default), or
Press the Handsfree, Headset or Line key
Call Waiting
Call waiting allows you to answer another incoming call when you are already in
an active call. The telephone supports Call Waiting Caller ID.
When there are one or more calls active on your phone, an incoming call is
indicated by a short beep in regular intervals. The Caller ID of the caller is
displayed for two seconds on the screen. For this time the details of the current
call are hidden. Also the Line button of the line on which the incoming call is
ringing starts to blink. You may now accept the second call by:
•
Pressing the Flash Softkey if the call waiting is on the same line.
•
Selecting the Line Key on which there is an incoming call.
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Note: When there are two calls already running on a single line and there is an
incoming call on the same line, the call goes to voicemail if voicemail is enabled.
If voicemail is not enabled, the caller gets a busy response. This behavior,
however, changes if multiple Line keys are assigned to the same line. If, for
example, 3 Line keys are assigned to the same line, six incoming calls can be
received on the same line, two each on the 3 Line keys, and the seventh
incoming call goes to voicemail if voicemail is enabled.
Caller ID and Call-Waiting Caller ID
This feature allows the name and number of the calling party to be displayed on
your phone’s LCD. This feature is automatically enabled on your phone as
default.
Per Call Caller-Id Blocking
This feature blocks your Caller ID from reaching the other phone for the next call
you are preparing to dial. This only occurs, however, when your telephone is
configured to use a telephony server, because the server strips out the Caller ID.
Without a server, your Caller ID cannot be blocked, so that the other party can
always see it. To block your caller-ID in the next call that you place, pick up the
Handset or press Handsfree / Headset and enter *67 followed by the number you
wish to call, and dial that number. Now for this call and this call alone, your caller
ID will be blocked. This feature is not available natively from the phone if *
feature codes are turned off in the phone’s configuration.
Do Not Disturb
When you do not want to receive any calls then enable Do Not Disturb feature of
your telephone so that your phone does not receive any call and caller hears the
busy tone or is redirected to the voicemail (if activated) automatically.
To do this, press Dnd Softkey that is displayed on your phone when it is idle.
The Dnd softkey is a toggle key. The Dnd softkey text label changes to <–Dnd>
(without angular brackets) and a “Do not disturb” message is displayed on the
LCD of your phone, indicating that Dnd is activated. In addition, all of your
registered line key icons change to .
You may also enable Dnd while in a call. To do this, simply press the Right
Navigation key and select Dnd softkey. The Dnd softkey text label changes to
<–Dnd> (without angular brackets) and the line key icons of all other registered
lines which are idle changes to .
To disable Dnd and start receiving calls again, press the -Dnd softkey.
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Call Forwarding
You may forward incoming calls on your phone to some other phone number
using one of three call forwarding options:
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Forward on Busy (CFB): Calls will get forwarded only when there are two
calls already running on the Line on which forward has been set.
•
Forward Unconditionally (CFU): All calls will get forwarded no matter what
the state of the phone is, but phone must at least be switched on.
•
Forward When No Answer (CFNA): In this mode you can set forward when
the incoming call keeps ringing for a specified amount of time. This time can
be set to 20, 40 or 60 seconds (default is 20 seconds.)
For Configuring your call forwarding, refer ‘Call Forwarding’.
NOTE: Upon setting your phone on call forward, the LCD display of your IP
Phone 1220 and 1230 shows your selected call forwarding mode (Cfb / Cfu /
Cfna) next to your Line key icon, instead of the line name/number.
When call forwarding is set on an IP Phone 1210, the phone displays your
selected call forwarding mode (Cfb / Cfu / Cfna) on the left side of second
information line.
Auto Callback / Redialing
This feature enables the phone to automatically callback and connect with a
currently busy number whenever that number becomes available. You do not
have to keep on trying to dial the number. This user friendly feature works as
follows:
When you dial a number and hear the busy tone, an Acb softkey displays on the
screen. Press the Acb softkey; this automatically continues to redial the number
(for fifteen minutes by default), until the recipient’s number that you were trying to
call is available and a call is successfully completed. When Acb is activated,
your line key icon changes to
.
To deactivate auto callback, simply press the Right Navigation key and select
Dacb softkey; your line key icon changes back to
.
Call Return
Call return allows you to place a call back to the number that last called you on
your phone. This last call return feature is invoked by dialing *69 to automatically
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call back the last caller. This feature is not available natively from the phone if *
feature codes are turned off in the phone’s configuration.
Auto Dial
Your IP Phone supports a feature by which you can get a number configured on
your phone from your telephony administrator on which you wish to dial
automatically when you Pick up the Receiver, press the Line Key or press the
Handsfree / Headset button. Now whenever your phone goes off hook, this
number will get dialed automatically.
Call Transfer
This feature is used to transfer the ongoing call to some other number. Transfers
are of three types:
•
Blind Transfer: While you are in a call, press Xfr softkey and dial the
other party. You may use a Speed Dial key to transfer the call to the
number configured in it; for this first press the Xfr softkey and then press
the Speed Dial Line key. The other parties get connected and your phone
goes to idle state.
•
Consultative Transfer: When there is a call active press Flash softkey to
put the first party on hold and obtain a dial tone to call a second party.
Consult with the second party, and then press Xfr softkey to connect the
first and the second parties together. Your phone goes to idle state.
•
Conferencing Transfer: While there is single call active on a line, press
Flash softkey and then make another call. Now when two ongoing calls
are active, press Conf softkey. All the three phones now come into a
conference and can communicate with each other at the same time. Now
press Xfr softkey to drop yourself out of the conference and transfer the
call from the first party to the second party. This feature works only if a
conference server is not configured on the phone.
METHOD
PROCEDURE
Blind transfer
Xfr > enter some number > Dial
Consultative transfer
Flash > enter some number > Dial > Xfr
Conferencing transfer
Flash > enter some number > Dial > Conf > Xfr
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Conferencing
Conference feature allows more than two phones to converse with each other at
the same time. Conference can be done in one of two ways: up to 3-way
conferencing performed natively on the telephone, or n-way conferencing using a
conferencing server.
•
Three-way conferencing natively on the phone: When you are in a call,
press Flash softkey and make another call. Now you have two ongoing
calls on the same line. Press Conf softkey. This brings all three phones
into conference.
•
N-way Conferencing using a conference server:
If you have a
conference server configured on your phone, pressing the Conf softkey
uses the services of the conference server. If you are in one active call
and press Conf key, the active call will be transferred to the server, and
you may dial another party if you wish to bring the other party into the
conference.
Note: The line key icon of your phone changes to
, on going to
conference.
Call Park / Unpark
With this feature you can park a call on a call-park server, and retrieve it back at
some other phone. To do this, follow the steps explained below:
Parking Call: While in a call, press Park Softkey. This places the other phone
on hold. Now enter a number of a park orbit out of the ones that are available on
the server for parking a call and press Dial Softkey.
Unpark Call: A user at some other phone may retrieve a parked call by pressing
the Unpark Softkey and then entering the park retrieve orbit number.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Parking A Call
Park softkey > enter orbit server number > Dial
Retrieving A Call
Unpark softkey > enter orbit number > Dial
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Call Pickup
You may pick-up an incoming call ringing at some other phone. This may be
done in either of two ways:
•
Go off-hook, press the Right Navigation Key, press Pkup softkey, and
then enter the number of the phone that has an active incoming call on it
(ringing). Press Dial softkey.
•
If you happen to have stored the number of the ringing phone as one of
your Speed Dial numbers, and that Line Icon is blinking
, a "onetouch" call pickup is possible by simply pressing that Speed Dial key.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Pick up an incoming ringing call at Go Offhook > Right Navigation Key >
some other phone
Pkup > enter phone number > Dial
Voicemail
This feature allows you to retrieve your voicemail. Each line may have a different
voicemail access number, and a different MWI-Uri may be configured for Each
Line. If a caller leaves a voicemail, the red light at the top of your phone (LED)
starts glowing and a message icon
is displayed next to your specific line key
instead of the line registered icon. This indicates that you have new messages in
your voicemail inbox. To retrieve a voicemail you have to pick up the Receiver or
press Headset or Handsfree button and then Press VM softkey. You may dial *99
or simply press the Message Feature Key which automatically connects you to
voicemail server (provided you have your voicemail inbox number preconfigured). The *99 method is not available natively from the phone if * feature
codes are turned off in the phone’s configuration.
Intercom
You can place an Intercom call that is automatically picked up by the other
phone. Audio flow is initially one-way, from the caller to the callee. The Intercom
call becomes a two-way call with full-duplex audio only if the remote party opts to
do so by pressing the Applications (Intercom) key on the called phone when an
incoming Intercom call is ringing on the called phone. An intercom call
disconnects automatically after a configurable timeout period (default 15
seconds) if the called party does not "accept" the call by pressing the
Applications key.
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To make an intercom call, Select the Line from which you wish to call, press the
Applications (Intercom) key, and Dial the number that you want to call. The
call automatically gets picked up at the other end. Intercom invocation has three
methods.
Group Page
This feature allows you to simultaneously page multiple users in a paging group.
A group of users can be configured in a paging group for the purpose of receiving
voice calls that are automatically answered on their phones. The paged users
can only listen to the audio from the caller since audio flow is one-way from the
caller to the callee.
To invoke a group page, the following two methods are used:
•
Dial the Group Page Prefix followed by the Group Page Extension
Number on your phone and make a call.
•
Pick up the receiver of your phone or press Handsfree/Headset key. Now
press the Right Navigation key and select the Gpage softkey. Further
enter the Group Page Extension Number and press Dial softkey.
Handsfree
To use the handsfree feature, perform one of the following tasks:
•
Press Handsfree key to make or answer a call.
•
To switch to handsfree when you are on a handset call, press Handsfree
key and replace the handset. Lift the handset to switch back.
•
To switch to handsfree when you are on a headset call, press Handsfree.
Press Headset key to switch back.
Headset
You must have a headset installed on your telephone to use this feature. To use
your headset, perform one of the following tasks:
•
Press Headset key to activate the headset mode. When the Headset LED
Indicator is on, press a Line/Speed Dial key or Applications (Intercom)
key to make a call.
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•
To switch to your headset when you are on a handset call, press Headset
key and place the handset back on the cradle. Lift the handset and press
Headset key again to switch back.
•
To switch to your headset when you are on a Handsfree call, press
Headset key. Press Handsfree key to switch back.
Adjusting Volume
This feature enables you to adjust the volume level according to your comfort by
pressing the “Volume+ / Volume- buttons” on the phone. This can be done in the
following ways:
•
To adjust voice volume, press +/-Volume during a call or after invoking a
dial tone when in one of handsfree, headset or handset modes.
•
To adjust ringer volume, press +/-Volume while the Handset is on the
Cradle and the Headset and Handsfree buttons are off. Continue pressing
the button to adjust the volume. The new ringer volume is saved
automatically.
Note: The volume settings for Ringer, Handset, Handsfree and Headset are
adjusted separately from, and independently of, one another.
Instant Messages (IM)
Instant text messages may be sent and received using this feature. The
maximum number of characters allowed per single message is 255 and a
character count is displayed on your phone’s LCD while typing a message.
To use this feature, press Services key and then press the IM softkey.
Information about IMs appears on the screen. Now you can read and write
messages using the Read and Write softkeys that appear. While reading a
message, you can view information about the sender such as user name, user
Id, and the date and time on which message was received by pressing the Info
softkey. If you so prefer, you may press the Beep softkey to configure your
phone to emit a beep when an IM is received. Note that when you receive an
instant message, the LED on top of your phone glows to indicate an incoming
message, along with a display on your LCD stating, for example, “1 New Text
Message.” The message remains displayed on the LCD until you read your
instant messages.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Reading A Message
Services > IM > Read > Up/Down
Writing A Message
Services > IM > Write + Enter > Select a Book/Logs
entry or Enter digits using dialpad > Send/ Press a
Line Key
Turning Beep On/Off
Services > IM > Beep > On/Off > Yes
Call Logs
You have an option to view your call list of latest one hundred (100) numbers, in
each of is your Outgoing, Incoming or Missed call logs.
Note that your phone displays a message on its LCD, for example “1 New
missed call,” indicating a missed call, if any. That menu continues to be
displayed until you have checked the missed calls log. You can view information
about the caller (if it were an incoming call) or the callee (if an outgoing call were
made) such as user name, user Id, and date and time of that call by pressing the
Info softkey when you reach a particular call log entry.
Use the following procedure to check your call logs:
o Press the Services key, followed by Logs softkey and select either of
In/Out/Missed softkey options according to your preference.
o Use Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through the chosen call log list.
Book Settings
Your phone allows you to Edit, Delete, Dial, Add or Find phonebook entries. The
maximum limit is 200 phonebook entries. This could be done on your phone
user interface as stated below:
• Edit a Contact
You may edit a saved contact in your phonebook, that is, change its
name, number or assign a speed dial index as stated in the procedure
below:
o Select Book softkey or press Directory Feature key, followed by
Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through your phonebook list and
select Edit when you reach the entry you wish to change.
o Press Enter to accept displayed name, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
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o Press Enter to accept displayed number, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Enter Speed dial index if you wish to add as a speed dial, else leave
blank, and press Enter to save.
• Delete a Contact
You may delete a contact from your phonebook by the following
procedure:
o Select Book softkey or press Directory Feature key, followed by
Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through your phonebook list and
select Delete when you reach the entry you wish to remove.
o Confirm your action by selecting Yes or No.
• Dial a Contact from Book
You may dial a contact by selecting it in the phonebook. The procedure is
as follows:
o Select Book softkey or press Directory Feature key, followed by
Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through your phonebook list and
select Dial when you reach the entry you wish to call.
• Add a Contact
You may add an entry in your phonebook as stated in the procedure
below:
o Select Book softkey or press Directory Feature key on your phone,
followed by Add.
o Assign a name and press Enter.
o Enter Number and press Enter.
o Enter Speed dial index if you want to add as a speed dial, else leave it
blank, and press Enter to save.
o To go back to the previous menu, press Services key.
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You may also save a number from your call logs, the procedure for which
is given below:
o Press Services key and select Logs.
o Choose amongst In/Out/Missed softkey options.
o Use Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through the call list and select
Save softkey when you reach the number you wish to add into your
phonebook.
o Press Enter to accept displayed name, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Press Enter to accept displayed number, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Enter Speed dial index if you wish to add as a speed dial, else leave
blank, and press Enter to save.
• Finding a Contact
You may search for a contact in your phonebook and use it to make a call.
The procedure for this feature is as follows:
o Select Book or press Directory Feature key on your phone and press
the Right Navigation key to scroll the LCD display menu and then
select Find softkey.
o Enter the name of the contact you wish to search and press Enter.
o The specific contact gets displayed on your phone’s LCD and you may
then Edit, Delete, or Dial (as explained above).
Speed Dialing
This feature allows you quick access to numbers you dial frequently. If you have
unused line keys, each of them can display a number for ONE-TOUCH DIALING.
The contact directory stores additional names and numbers and has a search
function (Find). Your phone keeps track of these contacts with a Speed Dial
Index number, which you can assign. Following are a few things you should
know about speed dial index numbers:
•
You do not need to assign the numbers consecutively.
•
Your contacts will appear on your speed dial list sorted by index number.
However, they will appear as consecutive numbers, regardless of the
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index numbers assigned to them. So if you assign index numbers 1, 4,
and 5, the speed dial list will show them as 1, 2, and 3. You may also
assign the same index number to multiple speed dial entries. The speed
dial entries with same index number will appear on your speed dial list
sorted according to the alphabetical order of their display name.
•
Your speed dials would be assigned to unused line keys automatically
sorted by index number until all speed dials are assigned (maximum limit
is 200) or all line keys are used up. The icon next to the speed dial Line
key looks like
<name> where name (without angular brackets) refers to
the name entered in the speed dial entry.
•
The Line keys also act as STATUS MONITORING KEYS if a number is
set as a speed dial. You can get to know when:
o The monitored number receives an incoming call - the icon next to
the speed dial Line key starts blinking
o The monitored number is in a call - the icon next to the speed dial
Line key changes to
•
The Line keys act as ONE-TOUCH CALL-PICKUP keys if the line keys
are set as a speed dial and call pick-up is configured in your telephony
server and on your phone. If the icon next to a Line key set as a speed
, and only when it is blinking, you may press that key
dial is blinking
to initiate call pick-up.
•
To remove a contact from your speed dial list, simply delete its speed dial
index number; it will still continue to exist as a phonebook entry.
Managing Speed Dial Entries
Listed below are the various ways to manage the speed dial entries on your
phone interface:
• To Add a Speed Dial
You may add a new entry on your phone interface by following the steps
below:
o Select Book Softkey or press Directory feature key, followed by Add
Softkey.
o Now enter Name and press Enter.
o Enter Number and press Enter.
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o Enter Speed dial index (if you want to add it as a speed dial, else leave
it blank) and press Enter to save.
o To go back to the previous menu, simply press Services key.
• To Save an Entry from Call Logs as Speed Dial
You may save a number from your call logs by following the procedure
below on your phone interface:
o Press Services key, select Logs followed by In/Out/Missed softkey
option.
o Use Up/Down navigation keys to scroll through the call list and select
Save softkey on the number you wish to add in your phonebook.
o Press Enter to accept displayed name, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Press Enter to accept displayed number, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Enter Speed dial index (if you want to add it as a speed dial, else leave
it blank) and press Enter to save.
•
To Add an Existing Contact to Your Speed Dial
You may edit an entry in your saved phonebook and set it as a speed dial
by following the procedure below:
o Select Book softkey, followed by Up/Down navigation keys to scroll
through your phonebook list and select Edit when you reach the entry
you wish to change.
o Press Enter to accept displayed name, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Press Enter to accept displayed number, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Enter Speed dial index (if you want to add it as a speed dial, else leave
it blank) and press Enter to save.
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• To Remove an Entry from Speed Dial and Save in Book
You may remove an entry from your speed dial line key and still store it in
your phonebook by following the procedure below:
o Select Book softkey, followed by Up/Down navigation keys to scroll
through your phonebook list and select Edit when you reach the entry
you wish to change.
o Press Enter to accept displayed name, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Press Enter to accept displayed number, or enter/edit Name and press
Enter.
o Select Clear under “Enter speed dial index” (make it blank) and press
Enter to save.
• To Delete an Entry
You may delete any entry, whether saved as a speed dial or as
phonebook, by following the procedure below:
o Select Book softkey, followed by Up/Down navigation keys to scroll
through your phonebook list and select Delete when you reach the
entry you wish to remove.
o Confirm your action by selecting Yes or No.
Log In / Log Out Settings
You may login an unused line, re-login an already active line or edit a line
ID/Number by the following procedure:
Login
o When your phone is idle, press the Right Navigation key to scroll your
soft key display and then select Login.
o Use Up/Down navigation key to scroll through the available lines of
your phone which are displayed as <New> if unregistered, and <line
name or line number> (without angular brackets) if already registered,
and choose the line you wish to log in (register) or Edit by pressing
Select softkey.
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o Now assign a user id if a new line is selected or edit the previous user
id if line selected is an already registered line, and press Enter to
continue.
o Type in a Password and press Enter.
o Enter registrar Uri and press Enter to save. After logging in, you will
find the icon next to the line key changes to <User Name>
(without
angular brackets) if the line registers successfully.
Logout
o When your phone is idle, press the Right Navigation key to scroll your
soft key display and then select Logout softkey.
o Use Up/Down navigation key to scroll through the available lines of
your phone.
o Choose a line you wish to Log out by pressing Select softkey. You
may also select ‘All’ if you want to log out all the registered lines on
your phone.
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Upgrade
You can upgrade your IP Phone 1200 using either of two methods: using phone’s
web interface, or using phone’s LCD interface.
If your telephone is connected to a telephony system that is centrally managed, it
is recommended that you do not upgrade your phone yourself. Phone upgrades
are quite likely managed by your administrator in such a system.
Using your phone’s Web Interface
Access the website on the telephone's built-in web server using a web browser
on a computer that is on the same network as your telephone and then click on
the Upgrade tab.
Updated software for your telephone may be obtained directly from Nortel or
through your distributor. On pressing Upgrade, your phone will automatically
look for available software updates and upgrade to new available software. The
Upgrade web page looks as follows:
Using your phone’s LCD Interface
Make sure that your IP Phone is fully installed and active. Now press the
Services key and select Upgrade softkey. Your phone asks for an affirmation,
press Yes to confirm or No to cancel. Your phone restarts as soon as you press
the Yes softkey and auto-upgrades.
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Glossary
Cradle
The depression in the base of your telephone where the handset is placed
when not in use
DHCP Server
A service provided by a device on the network that assigns network
addresses to other devices, such as your telephone and computer.
Fixed Keys
The hard-labeled keys on your IP Phone
Goodbye Key
A fixed key used to end an active call or in general to bring the phone from
offhook state to onhook state.
Indicator
An LCD or an LED that indicates the status of a feature.
Information Display
Any display of call activity, lists, prompts, and status of calls. If the text
message exceeds the available display area, a scroll arrow icon indicates
that you must use the scroll keys to view the remaining text
Idle
The phone is in idle mode when handset is on the cradle, your telephone
is not in speakerphone mode or headset mode, and there are no incoming
calls. In idle mode, the LCD displays Date and Time along with softkeys
and registered line keys.
IM
Instant Message
IP
Internet Protocol
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LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
LED
Light Emitting Diode. A semiconductor used as a visual indicator.
Navigation Key
Keys used to scroll through menus and lists appearing on the LCD.
Network Address
IP address. Uniquely identifies a device on the network. Used for routing
information to that device.
Offhook
The handset is not in the cradle or your telephone is in speakerphone or
headset mode. To "go offhook" means to take your telephone out of its
idle state - to remove the handset from the cradle or press
Handsfree/Headset Key.
Primary Line
The first line to be registered by the user is the primary line that is
assigned to the Line key at the bottom right of your phone’s LCD.
Power-Over-Ethernet
Provides power over the network cable that is also used for data
communications
Registrar
See SIP registrar
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol. This is the call-control protocol used by your
telephone.
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SIP Proxy Server
A device on the network that acts on behalf of your telephone, translating
and routing call-control messages
SIP Registrar
A device on the network that manages user-location information
SIP Uri
Analogous to a telephone number, e.g. SIP:[email protected] In fact, a
URI may contain what at least appears to be a telephone number, e.g.,
sip:[email protected]
Soft Keys
A set of self labeled pre-programmed keys. These four keys are directly
below the LCD.
Speakerphone Mode
The speaker and microphone in the base are in use instead of the
equivalent components in the handset or headset.
User Interface
Screen displays that interact with the human user as a result of an action
or event.
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol. This is a telephone technology where voice
and control signals are transmitted over an IP, or Internet Protocol,
packet-switched network. This makes more efficient use of network
resources and allows more sophisticated features than traditional
telephone technology, where audio is transmitted over a circuit-switched
network.
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