Panasonic KX-NT700 Operating instructions

Panasonic KX-NT700 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
IP Conferencing Phone
Model No.
KX-NT700
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read this document carefully before using this product and save for future use.
KX-NT700: Version 1.1 or later
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Connection to a Panasonic Pure IP-PBX (IP-PBX
Mode)
The unit can be connected to a Panasonic KX-TDE or KX-NCP series PBX and used as a SIP extension. This
allows you to make and receive calls using the outside lines and IP network connected to the PBX, call other
extensions of the PBX by dialing their extension numbers, participate in conference calls with 4 or more other
participants, etc.
PC
IP-PT
IP Softphone
IP Network
Other party
of IP call
Outside Telephone
Lines
Other party
of TEL call
SIP Extension
KX-NT700
DPT
APT
SLT
CS
PS
The following features are available when the unit is used as a SIP extension. Refer to the PBX documentation
for details.
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Account Code Entry
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Personal Speed Dialing
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Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
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Redial
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Conference (as a member only)
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S-CO Line Access
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DND Override
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System Speed Dialing
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Doorphone Call
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TIE Line Call
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Extension Block
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Trunk Group Access
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Operator Call
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Standard Connection Methods
Allow you to make and receive peer to peer IP calls, TEL calls, and PS or PC calls.
LAN cable
Telephone cord
PS Cable or PC Cable
IP Network (Intranet)
Other party of IP call
TEL Network or PBX
Other party of TEL call
OR
Other party of call made
with portable station
Other party of call made
with computer
Connection to an IP Network (Intranet) and/or Panasonic Pure IP-PBX
Allows you to make and receive calls over an IP network.
In this document, this connection method is referred to as the "IP line", and calls made using the IP line are
referred to as "IP calls". There are 2 modes for making and receiving IP calls. When using IP-PBX mode (see
page 2), the unit can make and receive IP calls as a SIP extension of a Panasonic KX-TDE or KX-NCP series
PBX. When using peer to peer mode, the unit communicates directly with the other party's device.
Connection to an Analog Telephone Network or PBX
Allows you to make and receive traditional phone calls.
In this document, this connection method is referred to as the "TEL line", and calls made using the TEL line
are referred to as "TEL calls".
Connection to a Compatible Panasonic Portable Station
By connecting the unit to a compatible Panasonic Portable Station (PS) using the included PS Cable, you can
use the microphones and speaker of the unit for calls made or received with the PS.
In this document, this connection method is referred to as the "PS line", and calls made using the PS line are
referred to as "PS calls".
Connection to a Computer
By connecting the unit to a computer using the included PC Cable, you can use the microphones and speaker
of the unit for calls made or received with the computer using your preferred IP phone software.
In this document, this connection method is referred to as the "PC line", and calls made using the PC line are
referred to as "PC calls".
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Other Features
Conference Calls
While on a call, you can make or receive an additional call, creating a 3-party conference call (see
page 33 or page 34). Conference calls can be made using the following connection methods.
2 IP calls (Peer to peer mode only)
While A and B are talking, A calls or is called by C.
B
C
A
1 IP call and 1 TEL call
While A and B are talking, A calls or is called by C.
B
A
C
1 IP call and 1 PS call or 1 PC call
While A and B are talking, A uses a PS or computer to
call C.
B
A
OR
C
C
High-quality Audio
The unit provides unparalleled audio quality and features, including:
– G.722 speech codec support (Peer to peer mode only)
– full-duplex communication
– speech speed conversion (see page 35)
– mic noise reduction (see page 35)
– External Wired MIC connection (see page 28)
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SD Memory Card Recording
Phone calls and voice memos can be recorded to, and played back from, a compatible SD memory card (see
page 39).
PoE (Power over Ethernet) Ready
The unit is compliant with PoE (IEEE 802.3af) standards, and contains a power receiving device that enables
it to receive power from the same Ethernet cable used for IP network connection. This allows you to use the
unit in locations where there is no AC outlet nearby, saving you the cost of installing a new AC outlet. PoE
connection requires a PoE-compliant hub or similar device. The included AC adaptor can be used instead of
a PoE connection if you want to connect the unit to a standard AC outlet.
Conferencing Phone Manager Software Features
The unit can be used in conjunction with Conferencing Phone Manager. This software can be found on the
included CD-ROM, and allows you to operate and program the unit using a computer (see page 57).
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Other Information
Included Documentation
Quick Reference Guide
Briefly describes how to connect the unit and introduces commonly used features.
Operating Instructions (this document)
Describes how to connect, use, program, and maintain the unit.
Note
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Certain products and features described in this document may not be available in your area. Consult
a certified Panasonic dealer for more information.
PBX Connection
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If the unit is connected to a PBX, refer to the PBX documentation for information about making calls,
receiving calls, and other features.
Do not connect the unit to an analog telephone line to which other telephones are connected.
Computer Screen Shots
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Microsoft product screen shot(s) reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
Screen shots in this document were captured using Microsoft Windows XP, and are provided for reference
only.
Trademarks
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SD logo is a trademark.
Microsoft®, Windows®, Windows Vista®, and Windows Media® are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
Windows XP refers to the Microsoft Windows XP operating system.
QuickTime® is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
Intel®, Pentium®, and Celeron® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United
States and other countries.
All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
MD5 Copyright Notice
This software uses the Source Code of RSA Data Security, Inc. described in the RFC1321 (MD5
Message-Digest Algorithm).
Copyright (C) 1991-2, RSA Data Security, Inc. Created 1991. All rights reserved.
License to copy and use this software is granted provided that it is identified as the "RSA Data Security, Inc.
MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing this software or this function.
License is also granted to make and use derivative works provided that such works are identified as "derived
from the RSA Data Security, Inc. MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm" in all material mentioning or referencing the
derived work.
RSA Data Security, Inc. makes no representations concerning either the merchantability of this software or
the suitability of this software for any particular purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty
of any kind.
These notices must be retained in any copies of any part of this documentation and/or software.
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Firmware Notice
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The unit's firmware is protected by copyright laws and international treaty provisions, and all other
applicable laws. It cannot be reverse engineered, decompiled or disassembled.
For Future Reference
Record the information in the space below for future reference.
Note
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The serial number of this product may be found on the label affixed to the bottom of the unit. You should
note the serial number of this unit in the space provided and retain this manual as a permanent record
of your purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft.
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
DATE OF PURCHASE
NAME OF DEALER
DEALER’S ADDRESS
DEALER’S TEL. NO.
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For Your Safety
To reduce the risk of injury, loss of life, electric shock,
fire, malfunction, and damage to equipment or property,
always observe the following safety precautions.
Explanation of symbols
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the level of hazard and injury caused when the
denotation is disregarded and improper use is
performed.
WARNING
General Safety
Do not disassemble this unit. Only qualified
personnel should service this unit.
Disassembling the unit may expose you to
dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassembly can cause electric shock.
Do not insert foreign objects into the unit.
WARNING
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in
serious injury or death.
Do not connect or disconnect the AC plug with
wet hands.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must not be performed.
Disconnect the unit from the AC outlet,
disconnect the LAN cable, and contact the
dealer if:
– The AC adaptor cord or AC plug becomes
damaged or frayed.
– The unit is exposed to rain, water, or any
other liquid.
– The unit is dropped or damaged.
– Internal components are exposed due to
damage.
– The unit does not operate properly.
– Performance deteriorates.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must be followed in
order to operate the unit safely.
Disconnect the unit from the AC outlet and
disconnect the LAN cable if the unit emits
smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes unusual
noise. These conditions can cause fire or
electric shock. Confirm that smoke has stopped
and contact an authorized service center.
CAUTION
Denotes a hazard that could result in minor injury
or damage to the unit or other equipment.
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the type of instructions to be observed.
Clean the AC plug periodically with a soft, dry
cloth to remove dust and other debris.
Installation
Do not connect the unit to the AC outlet, AC
extension cords, etc., in a way that exceeds the
power rating of, or does not comply with the
instructions provided with, the AC outlet, AC
extension cords, etc.
Do not touch the unit, AC adaptor, AC adaptor
cord, or telephone cord during a lightning
storm.
Do not install telephone jacks in wet locations
unless the jack is specifically designed for wet
locations.
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Do not touch uninsulated telephone wires or
terminals unless the telephone line has been
disconnected at the network interface.
The SD memory card poses a choking hazard.
Keep the SD memory card out of reach of
children.
If using an AC adaptor, use only the included
AC adaptor (PQLV206).
When left unused for a long period of time,
disconnect the unit from the AC outlet. When
the unit receives power from a PoE power
supply, disconnect the LAN cable.
The AC adaptor should be connected to a
vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC outlet.
Do not connect the AC adaptor to a
ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of the
adaptor may cause it to become disconnected.
Only connect the unit to the type of electric
power specified on the label affixed to the unit.
Confirm the type of electric power supplied to
the installation site if necessary.
Use caution when installing or modifying
telephone lines.
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Placement
Do not expose the unit to contact with liquids
(rain, water, moisture, oil, etc.) or excessive
smoke or dust. Do not subject the unit to
excessive shock.
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Do not allow anything to rest on the AC adaptor
cord or LAN cable. Do not locate this unit where
the AC adaptor cord or LAN cable may be
stepped on or tripped on.
Place this unit on a flat surface. Serious
damage and/or injury may result if the unit falls.
Allow 10 cm (3 15/16 in) clearance around the
unit for proper ventilation.
CAUTION
Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
When the unit receives power from the AC
adaptor, the AC adaptor is the main disconnect
device. Ensure that the AC outlet is installed
near the unit and is easily accessible, so that
the unit can be disconnected from the AC outlet
if necessary.
Disconnect the AC adaptor cord and all cables
from the unit before cleaning. Clean the unit
with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use liquid, aerosol
cleaners, abrasive powders, or chemical
agents to clean the unit.
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Read and follow all instructions, warnings,
cautions, etc. including those marked on the
unit.
Before connecting the unit, confirm that the unit
supports the intended operating environment.
If the unit does not operate properly, disconnect
the AC adaptor cord and LAN cable, then
connect again.
The unit may not operate in the event of a power
failure. Ensure that a separate telephone, not
dependent on local power, is available for use
in case of emergency.
Do not move the unit while it is in use.
To prevent malfunction, deformity, overheating,
rust, and discoloration, do not install or place
equipment in the following types of locations:
– Locations exposed to direct sunlight.
– Locations where the temperature is less
than 0 °C (32 °F) or greater than 40 °C
(104 °F).
– Locations where there is high humidity.
– Locations where air ventilation is poor.
– Locations that may be exposed to
sulphurous gas, such as near hot springs.
– Near devices that emit heat, such as
heaters.
– Near devices that emit electromagnetic
noise, such as radios or televisions.
– Near devices that emit high-frequency
noise, such as sewing machines or welders.
Do not place credit cards, ATM cards, or other
magnetic cards near the unit. The magnets in
the unit’s speaker and microphones may
damage magnetic cards.
If an error message is shown on the unit’s
display, consult the network administrator.
Satisfactory operation, interoperability, and
compatibility cannot be guaranteed with all
equipment connected to the unit, nor with all
services provided by telecommunications
providers over networks connected to the unit.
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For Best Performance
Data Security
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We recommend observing the security precautions
described in this section, in order to prevent the
following:
– loss, disclosure, falsification, or theft of user
information
– unauthorized use of the unit
– interference or suspension of use caused by an
unauthorized party
We cannot be responsible for damages resulting
from the misuse of this product.
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Use the unit in a quiet room. Ambient noise of less
than 50 dBA is recommended.
Use the unit in a room with minimal echoing. Do not
place the unit near walls, windows, partitions, etc.
During the first 30 seconds of a TEL call, the unit
adjusts itself for optimal sound quality. Speak in
turns with the other party at the beginning of a
conversation. (The time required varies depending
on the condition of the telephone line and the audio
characteristics of the room.) During this time, sound
may cut out or fade in and out. This is normal.
Do not obstruct the unit during calls. Keep your
hands, as well as common objects such as folders,
cups, and coffee pots away from the unit during
calls.
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This product can be used to store and log user
information. User information is defined as the
following:
– phonebook entry names, phone numbers,
and IP addresses
– call history (redial list)
– recordings stored on the SD memory card
Preventing Data Loss
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Use a computer to make periodic backups of
recordings stored on the SD memory card.
Keep a separate record of all information stored in
the phonebook.
Preventing Data Disclosure
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Do not leave the unit or SD memory card in a
location where it can be accessed or removed
without authorization.
Store backups in a secure location.
Do not store sensitive personal information in the
unit.
In the following situations, make a record of
information stored in the phonebook, initialize the
unit (see page 56), and remove the SD memory
card from the unit.
– Before disposing of the unit
– Before handing the unit over to a third party
– Before having the unit serviced
Make sure the unit is serviced by only a certified
technician.
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Preventing Data Disclosure Over the
Network
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To ensure the security of private conversations,
only connect the unit to a secure network.
To prevent unauthorized access, only connect the
unit to a network that is properly managed.
Make sure all computers connected to the unit
employ up-to-date security measures.
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Additional Information
Additional Information
FCC Requirements
5.
1. Notification to the Telephone Company
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC
rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA.
On the bottom of this equipment is a label that
contains, among other information, a product
identifier in the format US: ACJTE04BKX-NT700. If
requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.
If required, provide the telephone company with the
following technical information:
– Telephone numbers to which the system will be
connected
– Make: Panasonic
– Model: KX-NT700
– Certification No.: found on the bottom of the unit
– Ringer Equivalence No.: 0.4B
– Facility Interface Code: 02LS2
– Service Order Code: 9.0F
– Required Network Interface Jack: RJ11
2. Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
The REN is used to determine the number of
devices that may be connected to a telephone line.
Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in
the devices not ringing in response to an incoming
call. In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs
should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices that may be connected to a line,
as determined by the total RENs, contact the local
telephone company. The REN for this product is
part of the product identifier that has the format US:
ACJTE04BKX-NT700. The digits represented by 04
are the REN without a decimal point (e.g., 04 is a
REN of 0.4). For earlier products, the REN is
separately shown on the label.
3. Incidence of Harm to the Telephone Lines
If this equipment causes harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company will notify you in
advance that temporary discontinuance of service
may be required. But if advance notice isn't
practical, the telephone company will notify the
customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC
if you believe it is necessary.
4. Changes in Telephone Company
Communications Facilities, Equipment,
Operations and Procedures
The telephone company may make changes in its
facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that
could affect the operation of the equipment. If this
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happens the telephone company will provide
advance notice in order for you to make necessary
modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
Trouble with this Equipment
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for
repair or warranty information, please see the
attached warranty, which includes the shipping
address of the Panasonic Service and Technology
Company BTS Center. If the equipment is causing
harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may request that you disconnect the
equipment until the problem is resolved.
Connection to Party Line
Connection to party line service is subject to state
tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission,
public service commission or corporation
commission for information.
Combined Use with Alarm Equipment
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment
connected to the telephone line, ensure the
installation of this equipment does not disable your
alarm equipment. If you have questions about what
will disable alarm equipment, consult your
telephone company or a qualified installer.
Automatic Dialing Features
When programming emergency numbers and/or
making test calls to emergency numbers:
i. Remain on the line and briefly explain to the
dispatcher the reason for the call before
hanging up.
ii. Perform such activities in the off-peak hours,
such as early morning hours or late evenings.
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Important Safety Instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions,
including those below, should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to
persons.
1. Do not use the unit near water, for example, near a
bathtub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in
a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a wired telephone during an electrical
storm. There is a remote risk of electric shock from
lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone in the vicinity of a gas leak
to report the leak.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
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different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Required Telephone Cord
CAUTION
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To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG
or larger telephone line cord.
Perchlorate Information
Notice
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This product contains a CR Coin Cell Lithium
Battery which contains Perchlorate Material—
special handling may apply.
See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
Interference
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Before Use ..............................................................................................16
Accessory Information ...................................................................................................16
Unit Overview ..................................................................................................................17
Main View .......................................................................................................................17
Front Panel .....................................................................................................................18
Understanding the Display .............................................................................................19
Function Buttons and Function Button Icons ..................................................................19
Preparation .............................................................................................22
Basic Connections ..........................................................................................................22
Setting the Date & Time ..................................................................................................23
TEL Line Settings ............................................................................................................23
IP Network Settings ........................................................................................................24
SIP Settings .....................................................................................................................25
IP Line Operation Mode ..................................................................................................25
Using SD Memory Cards ................................................................................................26
Formatting SD Memory Cards ........................................................................................27
Using the Microphones ..................................................................................................28
Installing and Uninstalling Conferencing Phone Manager .........................................29
Making and Answering Calls ................................................................30
Line Selection ..................................................................................................................30
Making Calls ....................................................................................................................31
Making Conference Calls ...............................................................................................33
Answering Calls ..............................................................................................................34
Useful Features Available During a Call .......................................................................35
Phonebook ..............................................................................................36
Adding Entries to the Phonebook .................................................................................36
Editing Entries .................................................................................................................36
Erasing Entries ................................................................................................................37
Character Tables .............................................................................................................38
Recording ...............................................................................................39
Recording Features ........................................................................................................39
Recording Conversations ..............................................................................................39
Recording Voice Memos ................................................................................................39
Playing Back Recordings ...............................................................................................39
Erasing Recordings ........................................................................................................40
Using a Portable Station (PS) or Computer .........................................41
Using a Portable Station (PS) ........................................................................................41
Using a Computer ...........................................................................................................42
Programming the Unit ...........................................................................43
Changing and Confirming Settings ...............................................................................43
Changing Settings ..........................................................................................................43
Restarting the Unit ..........................................................................................................43
Parameter List .................................................................................................................44
Parameters .......................................................................................................................46
Show IP Address ............................................................................................................46
Operation Mode ..............................................................................................................46
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Basic Settings .................................................................................................................46
Line Selection .................................................................................................................48
TEL Settings ...................................................................................................................48
IP Network Settings ........................................................................................................49
Protocol Settings ............................................................................................................50
VoIP Settings ..................................................................................................................52
QoS Settings ..................................................................................................................53
System Status Confirmation ...........................................................................................54
System Options ..............................................................................................................54
Initialization Features ............................................................................56
Erasing Data ....................................................................................................................56
Erasing the Redial List ...................................................................................................56
Erasing the Phonebook ..................................................................................................56
Resetting System Data ...................................................................................................56
Resetting All Data ...........................................................................................................56
Conferencing Phone Manager ..............................................................57
Using Conferencing Phone Manager ............................................................................57
Operating the Unit Using Conferencing Phone Manager ............................................57
Programming the Unit Using Conferencing Phone Manager .....................................58
Restarting the Unit Using Conferencing Phone Manager ...........................................58
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................59
Troubleshooting ..............................................................................................................59
General Use ...................................................................................................................59
Making and Receiving Calls ...........................................................................................59
Sound Quality .................................................................................................................61
SD Memory Cards ..........................................................................................................63
Phonebook .....................................................................................................................63
Programming ..................................................................................................................64
Display Messages ..........................................................................................................64
Other Information ...................................................................................67
Cleaning the Unit .............................................................................................................67
Specifications .........................................................................................68
Specifications ..................................................................................................................68
Index..............................................................................................................69
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Before Use
Before Use
Accessory Information
Included Accessories
To order replacement accessories, call 1-800-332-5368.
USB Cable (1)
About 1.8 m (6 ft.)
PS Cable (1)
About 1 m (3 ft. 3 in.)
PC Cable (1)
About 1.8 m (6 ft.)
AC Adaptor (1)
About 1.8 m (6 ft.)
Order no.
PSWE2NT700N
Order no.
PSJA1123Z
Order no.
PSJA1122Z
Order no.
PSWE1NT700M
Optional Accessories
External Wired MIC
Cord: About 3 m (10 ft.)
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Main View
D
A
B
C
CB
CB
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B
C
F
E
A Speaker
B Indicators (4 locations)
Indicate the status of the unit.
Off: The unit is in standby mode (i.e., not in use).
Blue, flashing: A call is being received.
Blue, lit: The unit is on a call.
Red, lit: The microphones are muted, or an error
has occurred.
C Built-in Microphones (4 locations)
See page 28.
D USB Port (USB)
Used to connect the unit to a computer and use the
included Conferencing Phone Manager software
(see page 57).
E SD Memory Card Slot
Allows you to insert a compatible SD memory card
and record conversations. See page 26 for more
information about SD memory cards.
H
I
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G External Wired MIC Jacks (EXT MIC1, EXT
MIC2)
Allow you to connect an External Wired MIC to the
unit (see page 28). 2 mics can be connected.
H DC Input (DC IN)
Used to connect the unit to an AC outlet using the
included AC adaptor.
I LAN Port (LAN)
Used to connect the unit to an IP network. May also
be used to supply power to the unit using PoE
(Power over Ethernet) when the unit is connected
to a PoE-compatible switching hub or power supply
(see page 22).
J Telephone Jack (LINE)
Used to connect the unit to a telephone network or
PBX.
F AUDIO IN/OUT Jack
Allows you to connect a compatible Panasonic
Portable Station (PS; see page 41) or a computer
(see page 42).
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Front Panel
D
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F
G
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B
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H
A
B
C
D
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K
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Button (Speakerphone Button)
Used to make, answer, and end calls.
Navigator/Volume Buttons ([ ] and [ ])
Used to scroll through the items displayed on the display, such as phonebook entries, programmable
settings, etc. Also used to adjust the speaker volume during calls (see page 31) and the ringer volume
(see page 34).
Button (Mute/Clear Button)
Used to erase characters or numbers while storing a phonebook entry or making a call. Also used to mute
the unit’s microphones during a call (see page 35).
FLASH Button
Used to operate optional telephone company services, such as call waiting, or PBX features, such as
extension transfers (see page 35).
REDIAL/PAUSE Button
Used to call a previously called party again (see page 32) or to enter a dialing pause (see page 32).
Display
See page 19.
Function Buttons ([F1], [F2], and [F3])
Used to select the functions that correspond to the icons shown on the bottom of the display (see
page 19).
MIC NOISE CUT Button
Used to reduce noise in the audio signal sent to the other party during a call (see page 35).
BACK Button
Used to return to the previous screen.
MENU Button
Used to enter the programming menu or to return the unit to standby mode.
ENTER Button
Used to save or confirm information shown on the display.
Playback Control Buttons
Used to control playback when playing back recordings (see page 39).
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Understanding the Display
The display helps you operate and program the unit by displaying a variety of messages and icons.
Standby Mode
A B
Phonebook
C
D E
A SD Icon
Indicates that a compatible SD memory card has been inserted in the unit (see page 26).
B USB Icon
Indicates that a computer is connected to the USB port (see page 57).
C Line Icon (IP, TEL, PS, PC)
Indicates which line will be used when a call is made.
D Function Button Icons
Indicates the functions currently available when the function buttons are pressed. The icons displayed vary
on the current state of the unit (e.g., the icons displayed when on a call are different from the icons displayed
when storing an entry in the phonebook).
E Scroll Indicator
Indicates that [ ] or [ ] can be pressed to display the previous or next item.
Recording Icons
: Indicates a recorded conversation.
: Indicates a recorded voice memo.
Function Buttons and Function Button Icons
By pressing a function button ([F1], [F2], and [F3]) you can select the function displayed directly above it. The
functions that correspond to each function button are indicated by each function button icon.
In this document, function buttons are referred to by their corresponding
icons.
In the example shown here,
"Press PLAY ",
"Press TEL ", or
"Press
"
would indicate pressing [F1], [F2], and [F3], respectively.
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Before Use
Function Button Icons
Operation
Icon
TEL
IP
Line Selection
PS
PC
LINE
Starting and Ending
Calls
Description
Used to select the TEL line.
Only displayed when the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
TEL" (see page 23).
Used to select the IP line.
Used to select the PS line.
Only displayed when the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP + PS" (see
page 41).
Used to select the PC line.
Only displayed when the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP + PC" (see
page 42).
Used to change the "Line Selection" setting (see page 30).
ANSWER
Used to answer an incoming call (see page 34).
REJECT
Used to reject an incoming call (see page 34).
Used to make a call (see page 31).
END
Used to end the current call.
CONF
Used to establish a conference call (see page 33 and page 34).
SPEED
Used to slow down the other party’s speech while on a call (see page 35).
Used to open the phonebook (see page 36).
Phonebook
ADD
Used to add an entry to the phonebook (see page 36).
EDIT
Used to edit a phonebook entry (see page 36).
CHAR
Used to switch between alphabet entry mode and extended entry mode (see
page 38).
Used to move the cursor to the left.
Used to move the cursor to the right.
ERASE
Recording and
Playback
Used to erase an entry in the phonebook (see page 37).
REC
Used to start recording to the SD memory card (see page 39).
PLAY
Used to play the selected recording (see page 39).
STOP
Used to stop recording (see page 39).
Used to rewind the current recording (see page 40).
Used to fast forward the current recording (see page 40).
ERASE
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Used to erase a recording (see page 40).
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Operation
Icon
BACK
SELECT
Other
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Used to return to the previous screen.
Used to select the displayed item.
SAVE
Used to save any changes made while programming the unit.
YES
Used to accept the displayed item or proceed with the current operation.
NO
Used to decline the displayed item or cancel the current operation.
FORMAT
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Description
Used to format an SD memory card (see page 27).
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Preparation
Preparation
Basic Connections
This section explains all connections needed to make and receive IP line and TEL line calls.
To connect a Portable Station (PS) or computer to the unit, see page 41 or page 42, respectively.
A AC Adaptor Cord
B LAN Cable
C 2-conductor Telephone Cord
D To AC Outlet
E To Switching Hub
F
D
LINE
F Groove
G Telephone Jack or PBX
(RJ11C)
LAN DC IN
A
B
E
G
C
1. Connect the unit to the desired IP network and/or telephone line.
• To connect to an IP network, connect a category 5 LAN cable to the LAN port and to a switching hub.
• To connect to a telephone line, connect a telephone cord to the LINE jack and to a modular telephone
jack.
2. Connect the AC adaptor cord of the included AC adaptor to the unit’s DC input.
• To use PoE (Power over Ethernet), connect the LAN cable to a PoE-compatible (IEEE802.3af)
switching hub or power supply. The included AC adaptor does not need to be connected when using
PoE.
• If using an AC adaptor, use only the included AC adaptor (PQLV206).
• Pass the AC adaptor cord through the groove on the bottom of the unit.
3. Connect the AC adaptor to the AC outlet.
Note
•
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The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times (unless the unit is powered by PoE). It is normal
for the adaptor to feel warm during use.
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Setting the Date & Time
TEL Line Settings
Set the unit's date and time setting before using the unit.
The date and time are shown on the display in standby
mode, and are displayed when playing conversations
that were recorded to an SD memory card.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "Basic Settings", then press SELECT .
Selecting the Available Lines
3. Select "Date & Time", then press SELECT .
4. Using the keypad, enter 2 digits each for the year,
month, day of the month, hour (24-hour format), and
minute.
Example: To enter "Jan. 23, 2008, 7:45 PM", press
[0801231945].
• If you make a mistake, press
to move
the cursor as needed, then enter the correct
number.
5. Press SAVE .
6. Press [MENU].
Note
•
•
You can select 12-hour or 24-hour time display
(see page 47).
The date format varies by the selection made
for the "Language" setting. See page 46 for
details.
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To use the TEL line, the "Line Selection" setting
must be set to "IP + TEL". (This is the default setting.)
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press LINE .
3. Select "IP + TEL".
• When "Line Selection" is set to "IP +
PC" or "IP + PS", TEL calls cannot be made or
received.
4. Press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
Setting the Dial Mode
Set the dial mode to "Pulse" if the TEL line does not
support tone dialing.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "TEL Settings", then press SELECT .
3.
4.
5.
6.
Select "Dial Mode", then press
Select "Pulse" or "Tone".
Press SAVE .
Press [MENU].
SELECT
.
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Preparation
Manual Assignment (Static)
IP Network Settings
To properly connect the unit to an IP network, the
following settings must be set to match the settings of
the IP network. Consult your system administrator for
the appropriate settings.
– IP address mode: Automatic (DHCP) or manual
(static) IP address assignment (default: static)
– IP address (when static connection mode is
selected; default: 192.168.0.2)
– Subnet mask (when static connection mode is
selected; default: 255.255.255.0)
– Default gateway (when static connection mode is
selected; default: 0.0.0.0)
Note
•
IP addresses can be entered using the keypad.
[0]–[9] are used to enter numbers and [ ] is
used to enter a period. For example, to enter
"192.168.0.1", press [192 168 0 1].
Automatic Assignment (DHCP)
SELECT
3.
4.
5.
6.
.
Select "IP Address Mode", then press
Select "Static", then press
SAVE
SELECT
.
.
Select "IP Address", then press SELECT .
Enter the IP address to be assigned to the unit, then
press SAVE .
7. Select "Subnet Mask", then press SELECT .
8. Enter the subnet mask, then press SAVE .
9. Select "Default Gateway", then press SELECT .
10. Enter the IP address of the default gateway, then
press
SAVE
.
11. Press [MENU].
Note
•
•
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "IP Network Settings", then press
SELECT
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "IP Network Settings", then press
If this setting is changed, the unit must be
restarted before the new setting becomes
effective (see page 43).
To confirm the IP address, press
[MENU]®[Show IP Address]® SELECT .
.
3. Select "IP Address Mode", then press
4. Select "DHCP", then press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
SELECT
.
Note
•
•
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If this setting is changed, the unit must be
restarted before the new setting becomes
effective (see page 43).
To confirm the IP address, press
[MENU]®"Show IP Address"® SELECT .
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SIP Settings
IP Line Operation Mode
To use the unit as a SIP extension of the PBX, the unit
must be registered as a SIP extension through PBX
programming, the "Operation Mode" setting must be
set to "IP-PBX" (see page 25), and the following
settings must be set to match the settings of the PBX.
Consult your system administrator for the appropriate
settings. Refer to the PBX documentation to register the
unit as a SIP extension.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "Protocol Settings", then press
SELECT .
Whether IP calls are made and received using IP-PBX
mode or peer to peer mode is determined by
the "Operation Mode" setting.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "Operation Mode", then press SELECT .
3. Select the desired setting.
• "IP-PBX": The unit can make and receive IP
calls as a SIP extension of the PBX. (This is the
default setting.)
• "Peer to Peer": Peer to peer IP calls are
possible. To make a call, the other party’s IP
address is specified.
4. Press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
3. Select "SIP Ext. No.", then press SELECT .
4. Enter the unit’s extension number (max. 32 digits),
then press
SAVE
.
5. Select "SIP Password", then press SELECT .
6. Enter the password (max. 32 characters), then
press [ENTER].
• Press CHAR to switch between numeric and
alphabet entry modes.
• Press [ ] to change between uppercase and
lowercase character entry.
• See page 36 and page 38 for information on
entering characters.
7. Select "SIP User Domain Name", then press
SELECT .
8. Enter the IP address of the PBX, then press
SAVE .
9. Select "SIP Proxy Server IP Address", then
press SELECT .
10. Enter the IP address of the PBX, then press
SAVE .
11. Select "SIP Registrar IP Address", then
press SELECT .
12. Enter the IP address of the PBX, then press
SAVE .
13. Press [MENU].
Note
•
If this setting is changed, the unit must be
restarted before the new setting becomes
effective (see page 43).
Note
•
If this setting is changed, the unit must be
restarted before the new setting becomes
effective (see page 43).
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Preparation
Using SD Memory Cards
Conversations can be recorded to the SD memory card.
For information on recording conversations, see
page 39.
Inserting and Removing Cards
Insert the SD memory card as shown, with the label side
facing up. To remove the card, gently push the card to
release it, then remove the card.
• When an SD memory card is inserted, SD is shown
in the upper-left corner of the display.
Note
•
The unit does not support SDHC, miniSDHC,
and microSDHC memory cards.
Approximate Recording Time
Capacity
Approx. Recording Time
2 GB
67 hours
1 GB
33 hours
512 MB
17 hours
256 MB
8 hours
128 MB
4 hours
64 MB
2 hours
32 MB
1 hour
Important Information
To prevent data corruption or damage to the SD
memory card, which may also affect the performance
of the unit, keep the following in mind.
• Do not remove the SD memory card, LAN cable, or
disconnect the unit from the AC outlet during
playback, recording, formatting, or while erasing
data on the card.
• Do not move or bump the unit during playback,
recording, formatting, or while erasing data on the
card.
• Do not touch the contacts on the bottom of the SD
memory card.
• To prevent damage to the unit, do not insert any
memory card other than a compatible SD memory
card.
Write-protection (LOCK)
SD memory cards can be locked to prevent formatting,
erasing, and recording. To lock an SD memory card,
slide the switch on the side of the card to
the "LOCK" position.
WRITE
LOCK
Compatible Cards
The unit supports the following SD memory cards.
– SD, miniSD, and microSD memory cards.
• Use a miniSD or microSD adaptor when using
miniSD or microSD memory cards,
respectively, and always insert the miniSD or
microSD memory card into the adaptor before
inserting the adaptor into the unit.
– Cards with a capacity of 32 MB to 2 GB.
– Class 2, Class 4, and Class 6 cards.
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Backing Up Data
Data stored on SD memory cards can become
corrupted if the card is exposed to electromagnetic
fields, static electricity, etc. We recommend using a
computer to back up important data stored on SD
memory cards.
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Preparation
Formatting SD Memory Cards
If
FORMAT
is displayed, the SD memory card must be
formatted; press
FORMAT
to format the card.
Notice
•
•
•
When an SD memory card is formatted, all
information on the card is erased.
Do not remove the SD memory card, LAN cable,
or disconnect the unit from the AC outlet while
formatting an SD memory card.
Do not move or bump the unit while formatting
an SD memory card.
Note
•
The unit cannot format cards that are not
already in FAT format. Use a computer to format
non-FAT formatted cards.
Formatting With a Computer
When formatting cards with a computer, select the FAT
(FAT16) format.
Notice
•
When an SD memory card is formatted, all
information on the card is erased.
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Preparation
Using the Microphones
Built-in Microphones
For best performance when using the built-in
microphones, speak within about 3 m (about 10 ft.) of
the unit.
3 m (about 10 ft)
3 m (about 10 ft)
Note
•
The sensitivity of the built-in microphones may
vary depending on room characteristics.
External Wired MIC
An optional KX-NT701 External Wired MIC can be
connected to the unit using the EXT MIC1 (A) or EXT
MIC2 (B) jacks. 2 mics can be connected.
B
A
For best performance when using an External Wired
MIC:
– Do not move an External Wired MIC while on a call.
(Feedback may occur.)
– Place each External Wired MIC at least 1 m (about
3 ft.) away from the unit.
– Speak within about 2 m (about 6.5 ft.) of the External
Wired MIC.
2 m (about 6.5 ft)
2 m (about 6.5 ft)
Note
•
•
•
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The sensitivity of an External Wired MIC may
vary depending on room characteristics.
The built-in microphones continue to function
when an External Wired MIC is connected.
The indicator of an External Wired MIC
indicates unit status the same as the built-in
indicators (see page 17).
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Installing and
Uninstalling
Conferencing Phone
Manager
The unit can be used in conjunction with Conferencing
Phone Manager. This software can be found on the
included CD-ROM, and allows you to operate and
program the unit using a computer (see page 57).
System Requirements
6. Follow the on-screen instructions and install the
software.
• A dialog may be displayed that indicates the
software has not passed Windows logo testing.
This is normal. The software will not cause any
difficulties with your operating system. Click
[Continue Anyway] to proceed with
installation.
7. Click [Finish].
• If [Launch Conferencing Phone Manager] is
checked, Conferencing Phone Manager will
start.
8. Connect the included USB cable to the USB port of
the unit (A) and of the computer.
Supported operating systems
– Microsoft Windows XP (all editions)
– Windows Vista (all editions)
Hardware requirements (when using Windows
XP)
– CPU: 1 GHz Intel Pentium or Celeron
–
–
microprocessor (or a CPU of similar performance)
Hard disk: at least 1 GB of available space
RAM: at least 256 MB
Hardware requirements (when using Windows
Vista)
– CPU: 1 GHz Intel Pentium or Celeron
–
–
microprocessor (or a CPU of similar performance)
Hard disk: at least 1 GB of available space
RAM: at least 512 MB
Installing Conferencing Phone
Manager
To install the software using the following procedure, do
not connect the unit to the computer using the USB
cable until step 8.
1. Insert the included CD-ROM into the computer’s CD
drive.
• The CD-ROM’s menu is displayed.
2. Click [Conferencing Phone Manager].
3. Click [OK].
• The folder containing [Setup.exe] is displayed.
4. Double-click [Setup.exe].
5. Select the desired language, then click [OK].
• The software install wizard is displayed.
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A
• The new hardware wizard is displayed.
9. Select [Install the software automatically
(Recommended)], then click [Next].
A dialog may be displayed that indicates the
software has not passed Windows logo testing.
This is normal. The software will not cause any
difficulties with your operating system. Click
[Continue Anyway] to proceed with
installation.
10. Click [Finish].
•
Note
•
After installation is complete, a shortcut icon
appears on the desktop.
You can click this icon to start
Conferencing Phone Manager.
Uninstalling Conferencing Phone
Manager
1. Click [Start]®[All
Programs]®[Panasonic]®[Conferencing
Phone Manager], and click [Uninstall].
2. Click [Yes].
3. Click [Finish].
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Making and Answering Calls
Making and Answering Calls
Line Selection
The unit can make calls using the following lines.
– IP line (see page 31)
– TEL line (see page 31)
– PS line (see page 41)
– PC line (see page 42)
When you make a call, the line icon in the upper-right
corner of the display indicates the line that will be used,
therefore, you should confirm the line icon each time
you make a call.
You can change the selected line by pressing the center
function button ([F2]). The line that will be selected is
indicated by the function button icon.
Example:
1. The IP line is selected.
2.
TEL
Selecting the Available Lines
The IP line is always available when the unit is
connected to an IP network; if it is not selected (i.e., if it
is not shown in the upper-right corner of the display),
you can select it by pressing
.
IP
Whether the TEL line, PS line, or PC line is available is
determined by the "Line Selection" setting. For
example, when it is set to "IP + PS", the IP and PS
lines are available.
You can change the "Line Selection" setting using
the following procedure.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press LINE .
3. Select the desired setting.
• "IP + TEL": The IP and TEL lines are
available.
• "IP + PS": The IP and PS lines are available.
• "IP + PC": The IP and PC lines are available.
4. Press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
is pressed. The TEL line is now selected.
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•
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If the unit is not connected to an IP network,
is not displayed and the IP line cannot
IP
be selected.
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•
Making Calls
1. Confirm that the desired line ("IP" or "TEL") is
selected.
• You can change the selected line by pressing
the center function button ([F2]).
The IP line is selected.
The TEL line is selected.
The call length shown on the display is an
approximation and may differ from the actual
length of the call. Call charges accumulate after
the called party answers.
Adjusting the Speaker Volume
While on a call, press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to adjust
the speaker volume. There are 8 levels of volume.
Quieter
[F2]
[F2]
•
If you cannot select the desired line, change
the "Line Selection" setting (see page 30).
2. Press [ ].
3. For TEL calls: Enter the phone number.
For IP calls with IP-PBX connection: Enter the
phone number.
For IP calls with peer to peer connection: Enter
the IP address, then press [#] or [ENTER].
• IP addresses can be entered using the keypad.
[0]–[9] are used to enter numbers and [ ] is
used to enter a period. For example, to enter
"192.168.0.1", press [192 168 0 1].
• To temporarily use tone dialing when the line
mode is set to pulse mode, press [ ].
• After a call starts, the approximate length of the
call is shown on the display.
4. To end the call, press [ ].
•
If the other party has difficulty hearing you, press
[ ] to decrease the speaker volume. Your voice
heard by the other party will become louder.
Making a Call After Entering the
Phone Number or IP Address
1. Confirm that the desired line ("IP" or "TEL") is
selected.
• You can change the selected line by pressing
the center function button ([F2]).
The IP line is selected.
•
•
•
The TEL line is selected.
[F2]
Note
•
Louder
To make a call using the phonebook, see
page 32.
To make a call with a Portable Station (PS) or
computer connected to the unit, see page 41
or page 42.
During the first 30 seconds of a TEL call, the unit
adjusts itself for optimal sound quality. Speak in
turns with the other party at the beginning of a
conversation. (The time required varies
depending on the condition of the telephone line
and the audio characteristics of the room.)
During this time, sound may cut out or fade in
and out. This is normal.
If the unit is not connected to an IP network,
is not displayed and the IP line cannot
IP
be selected.
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•
If you cannot select the desired line, change
the "Line Selection" setting (see page 30).
2. For TEL calls: Enter the phone number.
For IP calls with IP-PBX connection: Enter the
phone number.
For IP calls with peer to peer connection: Enter
the IP address.
• If you make a mistake, press [
], then enter
the correct phone number or IP address. To
erase all numbers, press and hold [
].
• If a pause is required when making a call on the
TEL line, press [REDIAL/PAUSE] between
digits as necessary.
3. Press [ ] or
.
4. To end the call, press [
].
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Making and Answering Calls
Redialing
The last 10 calls made are stored in the redial list, in
order of newest to oldest call.
1. Press [REDIAL/PAUSE].
• The last call made is displayed.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to scroll through the
list.
• To erase the displayed item, press ERASE .
• To exit the redial list, press [MENU].
3. When the desired entry is displayed, press [ ] or
.
Note
•
The line that was used to make each call in the
redial list ("IP" or "TEL") is shown in the
lower-right corner of the display. This line will be
used when the call is redialed.
Example:
The TEL line will
be used when you
redial this
number.
•
•
3. Dial the phone number.
4. Press [ ] or
.
Making a Call from the Phonebook
See page 36 to add entries to the phonebook.
1. Press
.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to scroll through the
phonebook entries.
• Entries are displayed in the following order
when [ ] is pressed.
Symbols®Numbers®Letters
• Press the dial key corresponding to the desired
character, then press [ ] or [ ] to scroll if
necessary.
• To exit the phonebook, press [MENU].
3. When the desired entry is displayed, press [ ] or
.
Note
•
If the "Line Selection" setting is not set
to "IP + TEL" (see page 30), TEL line calls
cannot be redialed.
If the dialed number contains too many digits
(more than 32 digits for IP calls with IP-PBX
connection, more than 128 digits for TEL calls),
it cannot be redialed correctly.
Example:
The TEL line will
be used when you
call this number.
•
Entering Dialing Pauses
A pause is sometimes required when making calls on
the TEL line using a PBX or a long distance service. For
example, if you must dial "9" before dialing an outside
phone number, you probably wait (pause) after
dialing "9" until you hear a dial tone.
By pressing the [REDIAL/PAUSE] button when dialing,
the unit will store the dialing pause along with the phone
number in the redial list. If you make a call from the
redial list later, the unit will dial the number wait for the
pre-programmed number of seconds (default: 3 s; see
page 49) for each dialing pause you entered.
The line that was selected when the entry was
stored in the phonebook ("IP" or "TEL") is
shown in the lower-right corner of the display.
This line will be used when the entry is called.
If the "Line Selection" setting is not set
to "IP + TEL" (see page 30), TEL line numbers
cannot be called.
Example:
1. Press [9] (to access an outside line of a PBX).
2. Press [REDIAL/PAUSE].
• Press [REDIAL/PAUSE] repeatedly to create
longer pauses. An additional pause is inserted
each time [REDIAL/PAUSE] is pressed.
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Making Conference Calls
Note
While on a call, you can make another call and establish
a conference call (i.e., a 3-party call) including yourself
and 2 other parties. You can establish a conference call
using the following types of calls.
– 2 IP calls (Peer to peer mode only; see page 25)
– 1 IP call and 1 TEL call
– 1 IP call and 1 PS call
– 1 IP call and 1 PC call
To establish a conference call when you receive a call,
see page 34.
Adding a PS or PC line call to an IP call
1. Confirm that the "Line Selection" setting is set
Conference calls using the IP and TEL lines
1. Press CONF to put the current call on hold.
2. Confirm that the desired line ("IP" or "TEL") is
selected.
• If the unit is in IP-PBX mode, the available line
is automatically selected. Continue from step
3.
• If the unit is in peer to peer mode and the current
call is an IP call, you can change the selected
line by pressing the left function button ([F1]).
The IP line is selected.
•
We recommend setting the "TEL Line Level
Reduction" setting to "On" when establishing
conference calls that use the TEL line (see
page 49).
to "IP + PS" or "IP + PC" as necessary (see
page 30).
2. Press CONF to put the current call on hold.
• If the unit is in IP-PBX mode, the PS or PC line
is automatically selected. Continue from step
4.
3. Peer to peer mode only: Press the left function
button ([F1]) to select the PS or PC line.
Example: Pressing
PS
The IP line is selected.
to select the PS line.
The PS line is selected.
The TEL line is selected.
[F1]
4. Make a call using the PS or computer.
5. After the called party answers, press
[F1]
[F1]
•
If you cannot select the desired line, press
BACK , then change the "Line
Selection" setting (see page 30). After you
have changed the setting, repeat this procedure
from step 1.
3. Call the party you want to add to the conversation.
• You can end the second call and return to the
original call by pressing BACK .
• To call a party stored in the phonebook, see
page 32.
4. After the called party answers, press CONF to
begin the conference call.
• Before beginning the conference call, press
to end the second call and return to the
END
original call.
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CONF
to
begin the conference call.
• Before beginning the conference call, press
to end the second call and return to the
END
original call.
Ending a Conference Call
Press [ ] to disconnect both parties.
or
1. Press END .
• Press BACK to continue the call.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the party you would like
to remove from the conference, then press SELECT .
• The selected party is disconnected and you can
continue to speak with the remaining party.
• To disconnect both parties, select "All", then
press SELECT .
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Making and Answering Calls
Answering Calls
When a call is being received, the type of call being
received is shown on the display.
Example: "Incoming Call on IP Line"
Notice
•
When "Line Selection" (see page 30) is set
to "IP + PC" or "IP + PS", TEL calls cannot
be made or received.
1. Press [ ] or ANSWER .
• The unit does not support Caller ID; caller
phone numbers are not displayed when calls
are received.
• You can refuse an incoming call by pressing
REJECT .
• After a call begins, the approximate length of the
call is shown on the display.
2. To end the call, press [ ].
Note
•
•
The other party must know the IP address of the
unit in order to call you on the IP line when the
unit is in peer to peer mode (see page 25). To
confirm the IP address, press [MENU]®"Show
IP Address"® SELECT .
During the first 30 seconds of a TEL call, the unit
adjusts itself for optimal sound quality. Speak in
turns with the other party at the beginning of a
conversation. (The time required varies
depending on the condition of the telephone line
and the audio characteristics of the room.)
During this time, sound may cut out or fade in
and out. This is normal.
Receiving a Second Call (Call
Waiting)
While on a call, you can receive a second call, and then
join the 2 calls and establish a conference call.
While on an IP call:
You can receive a TEL call. When in peer to peer mode
(see page 25), you can receive an additional IP call.
While on a TEL, PS, or PC call:
You can receive an IP call.
Note
•
•
In order to use this feature, the "Call
Waiting" setting (see page 48) must be set
to "Enable" (this is the default setting).
When a second call is received, a call waiting
tone will be heard. See page 48 to adjust the
call waiting tone volume.
Refusing a second call
Press REJECT . The second caller is disconnected and
the current call continues.
Confirming the caller then creating a
conference call
1. Press ANSWER .
• The first call is put on hold, and you can talk to
the second caller.
To end the second call, press END , then
continue the first call.
2. Press CONF to establish a conference call.
•
Creating a conference call immediately
Press
CONF
.
Ending a conference call
Adjusting the Ringer Volume
When the unit is in standby mode or is receiving a call,
press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to adjust the ringer volume.
There are 4 levels of volume, including "Off".
Off
Low
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High
Press [ ] to disconnect both parties.
or
1. Press END .
•
Press BACK to continue the call.
2. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to select the party you
would like to remove from the conference, then
press SELECT .
• The selected party is disconnected and you can
continue to speak with the remaining party.
• To disconnect both parties, select "All", then
press SELECT .
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Useful Features Available
During a Call
Conversion Mode
Talking Mode
¯
Mute
Conversion Mode
Listening Mode
You can mute your voice during a conversation. While
the mute is turned on, you will be able to hear the other
party, but the other party will not be able to hear you.
To mute your voice, press [
]. To return to the
conversation, press [
] again.
Note
•
•
Conversion Mode
Off
Note
•
While the mute is turned on, "Mute" is displayed
and the indicators light in red.
All built-in microphones and each External
Wired MIC are muted when the mute is turned
on.
•
•
Flash
Pressing [FLASH] allows you to use optional telephone
company services, such as call waiting, or PBX
features, such as extension transfers.
Note
•
•
¯
To change the flash time, see page 49.
This feature is not available for IP calls.
Mic Noise Reduction
You can press the [MIC NOISE CUT] button during a
call to reduce the ambient noise that is picked up by the
microphones and sent to the other party.
Each time the button is pressed, the setting changes
and is shown briefly on the display.
Mic Noise Cut
High
Speech Speed Conversion
You can adjust the speed of the other party's speech
down during a call by pressing SPEED .
The following speech speed modes are available.
– Talking Mode (slight speed reduction)
Recommended for calls in which you and the other
party are equally participating in the conversation.
– Listening Mode (greater speed reduction)
Recommended for calls in which the other party is
speaking more, and you are listening.
You can select the desired mode by pressing SPEED
during a call. Each time the button is pressed, the
setting changes and is shown briefly on the display.
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"Slow" is shown on the display while this
feature is active.
If the other party speaks for more than 5
seconds without stopping, this feature will stop
functioning. Once the other party stops talking
for about 1 second, this feature will function
again.
When this feature is turned off, the other
party’s speech may cut out briefly.
¯
Mic Noise Cut
Low
¯
Mic Noise Cut
Off
Note
•
•
"Noise Cut ON" is shown on the display while
this feature is active.
The quality of the sound heard by the other
party decreases slightly while this feature is
active.
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Phonebook
Phonebook
Adding Entries to the
Phonebook
You can add 100 names and phone numbers or IP
addresses to the phonebook.
To make a call from the phonebook, see page 32.
.
1. Press
• The display shows the number of entries in the
phonebook.
• Entries cannot be added to the phonebook
when the PS line or PC line is selected.
2. Press ADD .
3. Enter the name (max. 16 characters), then press
[ENTER].
• See page 38 for information on entering
characters.
• To insert a space when there is no character
under the cursor, press
.
• To insert a space after the last character
entered, press
two times.
• You can also enter a space by pressing [0]
when in alphabet entry mode or extended entry
mode.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the line ("IP" or "TEL")
that will be used when you call the entry, then press
SELECT .
5. Enter the phone number (max. 32 digits) or IP
address, then press [ENTER] or SAVE .
• Whether an IP line phonebook entry is assigned
a phone number or an IP address is determined
by the "Operation Mode" setting (see
page 25). When the unit is in IP-PBX mode,
each new IP line entry is assigned a phone
number. When the unit is in peer to peer mode,
each new IP line entry is assigned an IP
address.
• IP addresses can be entered using the keypad.
[0]–[9] are used to enter numbers and [ ] is
used to enter a period. For example, to enter
"192.168.0.1", press [192 168 0 1].
• To temporarily use tone dialing when the line
mode is set to pulse mode, press [ ].
• If a pause is required when making a call on the
TEL line (see page 32), press [REDIAL/
PAUSE] between digits as necessary.
• To add an another entry, press ADD , then
continue from step 3.
6. Press [MENU].
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Note
•
•
If you do not press any buttons for 1 minute, the
unit will return to standby mode.
An entry cannot have both a phone number and
an IP address.
Entering Characters
The dial keys are used to enter characters and
numbers. Each dial key has multiple characters
assigned to it. To enter a character, press the
appropriate dial key, repeatedly if necessary. To enter
another character that is assigned to the same dial key,
first press
to move the cursor to the right.
Character Entry Modes
When adding entries to the phonebook, the following
character entry modes are available. The current entry
mode is shown in the upper-right corner of the display.
[ABC2]: Displayed when alphabet entry mode is
selected.
[1234]: Displayed when numeric entry mode is
selected.
[AÄÅ2]: Displayed when extended entry mode is
selected.
Press CHAR to switch the character entry mode. Press
[ ] to change between uppercase and lowercase
character entry.
See page 38 for a list of all available characters.
Correcting a Mistake
or
to move
To correct a mistake, press
the cursor to the desired position, then follow one of the
procedures below.
– To add a character or number, press the
appropriate dial key.
– To erase the selected character or number, press
[
].
To erase all characters and numbers, press and hold
[
].
Editing Entries
1. Search for the desired phonebook entry (see
page 32).
2. Press EDIT .
3. Edit the name if necessary, then press [ENTER].
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4. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the line ("IP" or "TEL")
that will be used when you call the entry, then press
SELECT .
5. Edit the phone number or IP address if necessary,
then press [ENTER] or SAVE .
6. Press [MENU].
Note
•
If you do not press any buttons for 1 minute, the
unit will return to standby mode.
Erasing Entries
Erasing 1 Entry
1. Search for the desired phonebook entry (see
page 32).
2. Press ERASE .
3. Press YES .
• To cancel, press
4. Press [MENU].
NO
.
Erasing All Entries
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press
Press
ERASE
.
.
Press YES .
Press [MENU].
Note
•
You can also erase entries using the "Erase
All Phonebook Data" feature (see
page 56).
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Phonebook
Character Tables
Character Tables
Dial Key
0
Alphabet Entry Mode
Space (
) < > [ ] { } 0
Extended Character Entry Mode
Space (
) < > [ ] { } 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
A B C 2
a b c 2
D E F 3
d e f 3
G H I 4
g h i 4
J K L 5
j k l 5
M N O 6
m n o 6
P Q R S 7
p q r s 7
T U V 8
t u v 8
W X Y Z 9
w x y z 9
Changes between uppercase and lowercase
character entry.
Changes between uppercase and lowercase
character entry.
#
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A space counts as one character.
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Recording
Recording
Recording Features
Conversations and voice memos can be recorded to an
SD memory card.
SD Memory Card Information
Confirm the following before recording to an SD
memory card.
– A compatible card is inserted (see page 26)
• When an SD memory card is inserted, SD is
shown in the upper-left corner of the display.
– The card has been formatted using the correct
format (see page 27).
– The card is not locked (see page 26).
• If you insert a locked card, "Write
Protected" is displayed.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
No more than 100 recordings can be made,
regardless of the SD memory card capacity.
When "Memory Full" is displayed, recording
is not possible until other recordings are erased.
If the card becomes full while recording,
recording will stop.
See page 26 for information on approximate
recording time.
While recording, if the amount of recording time
available is less than 6 minutes, "Remaining
Time Less Than 6 Min." is displayed
briefly, and the display’s backlight flashes until
recording stops. When less than 1 minute is
available, "Remaining Time Less Than 1
Min."is briefly displayed.
When recording telephone conversations, we
recommend informing the other party that the
conversation is being recorded.
Be sure to comply with applicable local
regulations (laws, ordinances, guidelines, etc.)
regarding telephone conversation recording.
Recording
Conversations
1. Press REC during a conversation.
• "Remaining Time" and the approximate
recording time available are displayed briefly,
then "Conf Recording" and the approximate
length of the call are displayed.
2. To stop recording, press STOP .
•
Recording stops automatically when [
pressed.
] is
Recording Voice Memos
Voice memos (i.e., recordings made when you are not
on a call) can also be recorded.
1. Press [MENU] while you are not on a call.
2. Select "Voice Memo", then press REC .
• "Remaining Time" and the approximate
recording time available are displayed briefly,
then "Memo Recording" and the approximate
length of the call are displayed.
3. To stop recording, press STOP .
• Recording stops automatically when a call is
received.
Playing Back Recordings
1. Press PLAY .
2. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to scroll through the
list of recordings, then press SELECT .
• Recorded conversations are displayed as
plus the date and time of the recording.
plus the
Voice memos are displayed as
date and time of the recording.
3. Press PLAY .
• Press [BACK] to stop playback.
• If the selected recording is less than 1 second
long, "Unable To Use" is displayed and the
recording cannot be played back.
4. Press [MENU] to exit.
Note
•
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Recordings are saved in PCM format and can
be played back on a computer using Windows
Media® Player or QuickTime®. Recordings are
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Recording
stored on the SD memory card in the following
folder: "\\PRIVATE\MEIGROUP\PCC\IPSP".
When accessed by a computer, recordings are
displayed as "REC" plus a 3 digit number (000–
100; the lowest available number is used when
a file is saved on the SD memory card). The file
extension is ".WAV".
Example: "REC001.WAV"
If the names of files or folders are changed
using a computer, the recordings cannot be
played back using the unit.
•
•
Erasing Recordings
Erasing 1 Recording
1. Press PLAY .
2. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to scroll through the
list of recordings, then press
ERASE
.
3. Press YES .
• "Erased" is displayed.
4. Press [MENU].
Note
Features Available During Playback
The following features are available during playback.
Operation
Feature
Press [
Play next
recording
Press [#] ([
]) then
PLAY
Play current
recording again
Press [ ] ([
]) then
PLAY
Play previous
recording
Press [ ] ([
]) 2 times, then
Fast forward
Press
Press
Press
]
1. Press PLAY .
2. Press ERASE .
3. Press YES .
• "All Erased" is displayed.
PLAY
Press
Press
Press
PLAY
for 4´ speed
again for 60´ speed
for playback
PLAY
for 4´ speed
again for 60´ speed
for playback
Pause
Press [0] ([ ])
Press PLAY to resume playback
Erase current
recording
Press
40
To erase a recording while listening to it, press
ERASE , then press
YES .
Erasing All Recordings
Volume control
Rewind
] or [
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ERASE
, then
YES
.
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Using a Portable Station (PS) or Computer
Using a Portable Station (PS) or Computer
Using a Portable Station
(PS)
3. Connect the included PS Cable to the [AUDIO IN/
OUT] jack of the unit (A), and to the headset jack
of the PS.
By connecting the unit to a PS, you can use the unit’s
microphones and speaker for calls made or received
with the PS.
Compatible Portable Stations (as of July, 2008)
– KX-TD7680
– KX-TD7685
– KX-TD7690
– KX-TD7695
– KX-TD7684
– KX-TD7696
– KX-TD7694
Line Selection (IP + PS)
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press LINE .
3. Select "IP + PS".
• When "Line Selection" is set to "IP + PS",
TEL calls cannot be made or received.
4. Press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
A
•
Make sure the plug of the PS Cable is inserted
fully into the unit and PS, otherwise sound may
not be heard, or echoing and feedback may
occur.
• Place the PS as far away from the unit as
possible.
4. Press [ ] to begin using the unit’s microphones
and speaker.
• Press [ ] again to turn off the microphones
and speaker.
5. Use the PS to end the call.
6. Turn off the unit’s microphones and speaker by
pressing [ ].
Note
•
Using a PS
1. Confirm that "PS" is shown in the upper-right corner
of the display.
• You can change the selected line by pressing
the center function button ([F2]).
The IP line is selected.
The PS line is selected.
•
•
•
[F2]
For best performance, we recommend setting
the receiver volume of the PS as follows:
– 4-volume level models: level 3
– 6-volume level models: level 4
For best performance, do not change the
speaker (receiver) volume of the PS frequently
during a call. Echoing or feedback may occur.
The microphone and receiver of the PS cannot
be used while the PS is connected to the unit.
This feature will not function when a mobile
phone or incompatible PS is connected to the
unit.
[F2]
•
If you cannot select "PS", change the "Line
Selection" setting to "IP + PS" (explained
on this page).
2. Make or answer a call using the PS.
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Using a Portable Station (PS) or Computer
Using a Computer
Using a Computer
By connecting the unit to a computer, you can use the
unit’s microphones and speaker for calls made or
received with the computer using your preferred IP
phone software.
1. Confirm that "PC" is shown in the upper-right corner
of the display.
• You can change the selected line by pressing
the center function button ([F2]).
The IP line is selected.
The PC line is selected.
Connecting a Computer
Connect the included PC Cable to the [AUDIO IN/
OUT] jack of the unit (A), and to the microphone jack
(red plug; B) and headphone jack (green plug; C) of
the computer.
[F2]
[F2]
•
B
A
C
2.
Note
•
The microphone and speaker of the computer
cannot be used while the computer is
connected to the unit.
Line Selection (IP + PC)
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press LINE .
3. Select "IP + PC".
• When "Line Selection" is set to "IP + PC",
3.
4.
5.
If you cannot select "PC", change the "Line
Selection" setting to "IP + PC" (explained
on this page).
Press [ ] to begin using the unit’s microphones
and speaker.
• Press [ ] again to turn off the microphones
and speaker.
Use the desired computer software to make or
answer a call.
Use the computer to end the call.
Turn off the unit’s microphones and speaker by
pressing [ ].
Note
•
Leave at least 50 cm (about 20 in.) of space
between the unit and the computer.
TEL calls cannot be made or received.
4. Press SAVE .
5. Press [MENU].
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Programming the Unit
Programming the Unit
Changing and
Confirming Settings
Settings can be programmed and confirmed from the
front panel. To use Conferencing Phone Manager
(found on the included CD-ROM) to program the unit
from a computer, see page 58.
Changing Settings
Using the Front Panel
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired programming
3.
4.
5.
6.
category, then press SELECT .
Press [ ] or [ ] to select the desired parameter,
then press SELECT .
Adjust the settings as desired.
• To cancel without changing any settings, press
[MENU].
Press SAVE .
Press [MENU].
Note
•
•
•
•
When programming the unit from the front
panel, the current setting is indicated on the
display by "ü".
To return to the previous screen, press
[BACK].
If you do not press any buttons for 1 minute, the
unit will return to standby mode.
The following parameters cannot be
programmed, and are therefore not displayed,
when the unit is in use.
– Operation Mode
– Language
– Date & Time
– Time Format
– Ringer Volume
– Ringtone
– IP Network Settings (all parameters)
– Protocol Settings (all parameters)
– VoIP Settings (all parameters)
– QoS Settings (all parameters)
Additionally, the following parameters cannot
be programmed, and are therefore not
displayed, when the TEL, PS, or PC line is in
use.
– Line Selection
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– TEL Settings (all parameters)
Using Conferencing Phone Manager
To use Conferencing Phone Manager (found on the
included CD-ROM) to program the unit from a
computer, see page 58.
Restarting the Unit
After changing the following parameters, the unit must
be restarted in order for the new settings to take effect.
(Data is not erased when the unit is restarted.)
– Operation Mode (page 46)
– IP Address Mode (page 49)
– IP Address (page 50)
– Subnet Mask (page 50)
– Default Gateway (page 50)
– SIP Ext. No. (page 50)
– SIP Password (page 51)
– SIP User Domain Name (page 51)
– SIP Proxy Server IP Address (page 51)
– SIP Registrar IP Address (page 51)
– Hold Method (page 51)
– SIP Signaling Port Number (page 52)
– VLAN ID (page 53)
– VLAN Priority (page 53)
– SIP ToS Field (page 53)
– RTP ToS Field (page 53)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press [MENU].
Select "System Options", then press
Select "Reboot", then press
Select "Yes", then press
SELECT
SELECT
SELECT
.
.
.
Note
•
•
To use Conferencing Phone Manager to restart
the unit, see page 58.
You can also restart the unit by turning it off and
on again:
– When using the AC adaptor: Disconnect
the AC adaptor from the AC outlet, then
connect it again.
– When using PoE: Disconnect the LAN
cable from the unit, then connect it again.
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Programming the Unit
Parameter List
The following is a list of all programmable parameters. See the references listed here for information about
each parameter.
Programming Category
Parameter
Show IP Address
page 46
Operation Mode
page 46
Basic Settings
Language
page 46
Date & Time
page 47
Time Format
page 47
Ringer Volume
page 47
Ringtone
page 47
LCD Contrast
page 47
Key Tones
page 48
Call Waiting Tone Volume
page 48
Call Waiting
page 48
Line Selection
TEL Settings
IP Network Settings
Protocol Settings
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page 48
Dial Mode
page 48
Flash Time
page 49
Pause Time
page 49
TEL Line Level Reduction
page 49
IP Address Mode
page 49
IP Address
page 50
Subnet Mask
page 50
Default Gateway
page 50
SIP Ext. No.
page 50
SIP Password
page 51
SIP User Domain Name
page 51
SIP Proxy Server IP Address
page 51
SIP Registrar IP Address
page 51
Hold Method
page 51
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Programming Category
Parameter
Reference
VoIP Settings
Preferred CODEC
page 52
RTP Packet Size
page 52
SIP Signaling Port Number
page 52
RTP Port Number (Minimum)
page 52
RTP Port Number (Maximum)
page 52
VLAN ID
page 53
VLAN Priority
page 53
SIP ToS Field
page 53
RTP ToS Field
page 53
Software Version
page 54
IP Address
page 54
Subnet Mask
page 54
Default Gateway
page 54
DHCP Server
page 54
MAC Address
page 54
Erase All Call Log Data
page 54
Erase All Phonebook Data
page 54
Reset System Data
page 54
Reset All Data
page 55
Reboot
page 55
QoS Settings
System Status
Confirmation
System Options
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Programming the Unit
Parameters
When programming the unit from the front panel, the current setting is indicated on the display by "ü".
Show IP Address
Description
Allows you to confirm the unit’s IP address.
To change the IP address, see page 24.
Available Settings
Default Setting
—
192.168.0.2
Available Settings
Default Setting
Operation Mode
Description
Determines the mode used to make and receive IP calls.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
IP-PBX
Peer to Peer
IP-PBX
Basic Settings
Language
Description
Determines the display language.
Use the following procedure to change the language.
1. Press [MENU].
2. Press [ ] 10 times.
3. Press [ENTER] two times.
4. Press [ ] or [ ] repeatedly to select the desired
language.
5. Press [ENTER].
6. Press [MENU].
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Available Settings
Default Setting
English (US)
Español
Français
Français (C)
Italiano
Nederlands
Português
Deutsch
English (UK)
English (US)
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Date & Time
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
The date and time are shown on the
display in standby mode, and are
displayed when playing
conversations that were recorded to
an SD memory card.
• Using the keypad, enter 2 digits
each for the year, month, day of
the month, hour (24-hour
Year, month, day of the month, hour
format), and minute.
(24-hour format), minute
Example: To enter "Jan. 23,
2008, 7:45 PM", press
[0801231945].
• To correct a mistake, press
to move the cursor as
needed, then enter the correct
number.
Jan. 1, 2008, 12:00 AM
Date format is determined by the
display language (see page 46).
English (US): MM/DD/YYYY
Español: DD/MM/YYYY
Français: DD/MM/YYYY
Français (C): YYYY-MM-DD
Italiano: DD/MM/YYYY
Nederlands: DD-MM-YYYY
Português: DD-MM-YYYY
Deutsch: DD.MM.YYYY
English (UK): DD/MM/YYYY
Time Format
Description
Determines the time format.
Available Settings
12-hour
24-hour
Default Setting
12-hour
Ringer Volume
Description
Determines the ringer volume.
Available Settings
Default Setting
4 levels including "Off"
High
Available Settings
Default Setting
Tone Pattern 1
Tone Pattern 2
Tone Pattern 3
Tone Pattern 1
Available Settings
Default Setting
6 levels
Level 3
Ringtone
Description
Determines the ringtone.
LCD Contrast
Description
Determines the LCD contrast.
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Key Tones
Description
Determines whether tones are heard when the unit’s buttons
are pressed.
Available Settings
On
Off
Default Setting
On
Call Waiting Tone Volume
Description
Determines the volume of the call waiting tone heard when
a second call is received.
Available Settings
High
Low
Default Setting
High
Call Waiting
Description
Determines whether a call can be received when you are
already on another call.
Available Settings
Enable
Disable
Default Setting
Enable
Line Selection
Description
Determines which lines can be used to make and receive
calls.
Available Settings
IP + TEL
IP + PC
IP + PS
Default Setting
IP + TEL
TEL Settings
Dial Mode
Description
Determines the dial mode used for the TEL line.
• Set this parameter to match the specification of the TEL
line.
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Available Settings
Pulse
Tone
Default Setting
Tone
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Flash Time
Description
Determines the flash time.
• Set this parameter to match the specification of the TEL
line.
Available Settings
900 ms
700 ms
600 ms
400 ms
300 ms
250 ms
200 ms
160 ms
110 ms
100 ms
90 ms
80 ms
Default Setting
700 ms
Pause Time
Description
Determines the length of the dialing pause inserted when
[REDIAL/PAUSE] is pressed.
Available Settings
3 s
5 s
Default Setting
3 s
TEL Line Level Reduction
Description
Determines whether the incoming TEL line signal level is
reduced. Set this feature to "On" if the volume of your voice
heard from the speaker is too loud.
• When set to "On", the other party’s voice will be slightly
quieter.
• We recommend setting this feature to "On" when
establishing conference calls that use the TEL line.
Available Settings
On
Off
Default Setting
Off
IP Network Settings
Consult your system administrator for the appropriate settings.
IP Address Mode
Description
Determines whether the unit’s IP address is assigned
automatically (DHCP) or manually (static).
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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Available Settings
DHCP
Static
Default Setting
Static
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IP Address
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the unit’s IP address.
• This parameter is only available when "IP Address
Mode" is set to "Static".
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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192.168.0.2
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the IP address of the IP
network’s subnet mask.
• This parameter is only available when "IP Address
Mode" is set to "Static".
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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255.255.255.0
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the IP address of the IP
network’s default gateway.
• This parameter is only available when "IP Address
Mode" is set to "Static".
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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0.0.0.0
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the extension number assigned
to the unit through PBX programming.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
Max. 32 digits
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Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Protocol Settings
Consult your system administrator for the appropriate settings.
SIP Ext. No.
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SIP Password
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the password assigned to the
unit through PBX programming.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
Max. 32 characters
—
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the IP address of the IP-PBX.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
—
—
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the IP address of the IP-PBX.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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0.0.0.0
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Set this parameter to match the IP address of the IP-PBX.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
—
0.0.0.0
Available Settings
Default Setting
SIP User Domain Name
SIP Proxy Server IP Address
SIP Registrar IP Address
Hold Method
Description
Determines the hold protocol used for the IP line.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
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RFC3264
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VoIP Settings
Preferred CODEC
Description
Determines the preferred codec for IP calls.
Available Settings
G.722
G.711μ-law
G.711A-law
G.729a
Default Setting
G.722
RTP Packet Size
Description
Determines the size of outgoing RTP packets.
Available Settings
20
30
40
50
60
ms
ms
ms
ms
ms
Default Setting
20 ms
SIP Signaling Port Number
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the port number used for SIP signaling.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
5060–5070
5060
Available Settings
Default Setting
51000–51998
(even values only)
51000
Available Settings
Default Setting
51002–52000
(even values only)
52000
RTP Port Number (Minimum)
Description
Determines the lowest port number used for RTP.
• Set this parameter to a value lesser than the setting
for "RTP Port Number (Maximum)".
RTP Port Number (Maximum)
Description
Determines the highest port number used for RTP.
• Set this parameter to a value greater than the setting
for "RTP Port Number (Minimum)".
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QoS Settings
VLAN ID
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the VLAN ID.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
0001–4095
4095
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the VLAN priority.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
0–7
0
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the value of the SIP ToS Field.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
8-bit binary code
00000000
Description
Available Settings
Default Setting
Determines the value of the RTP ToS Field.
• If this setting is changed, the unit must be restarted
before the new setting becomes effective (see page 43).
8-bit binary code
00000000
VLAN Priority
SIP ToS Field
RTP ToS Field
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Programming the Unit
System Status Confirmation
Description
The settings for the following parameters can be displayed for confirmation.
– Software Version
– IP Address
– Subnet Mask
– Default Gateway
– DHCP Server
– MAC Address
System Options
Erase All Call Log Data
Description
Allows you to erases all entries in the redial list.
Erase All Phonebook Data
Description
Allows you to erase all entries in the phonebook.
Reset System Data
Description
Allows you to reset all system data (i.e., the parameters described in this section) to the factory default settings.
• After executing this feature, the unit will restart automatically.
• The following data and settings are not erased when this feature is executed.
– "Date & Time" setting (note that the "Time Format" setting is reset)
– Phonebook entries
– Redial list
– SD memory card recordings
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Reset All Data
Description
Allows you to reset all system data (i.e., the parameters described in this section), user data, and all settings.
The unit is returned to its factory default state when this feature is executed.
• After executing this feature, the unit will restart automatically.
• The following data and settings are not erased when this feature is executed.
– SD memory card recordings
• The following data and settings are erased when this feature is executed.
– "Date & Time" setting
– Phonebook entries
– Redial list
Reboot
Description
Allows you to restart the unit.
• No data is erased when this feature is executed.
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Initialization Features
Initialization Features
Erasing Data
2. Select "System Options", then press SELECT .
3. Select "Erase All Phonebook Data", then
The following features allow you to erase system data
and user data stored in the unit.
Erase All Call Log Data
Allows you to erases all entries in the redial list.
Erase All Phonebook Data
Allows you to erase all entries in the phonebook.
Reset System Data
Allows you to reset all system data to the factory
default settings.
• The following data and settings are not erased
when this feature is executed.
– "Date & Time" setting (note that
the "Time Format" setting is reset)
– Phonebook entries
– Redial list
– SD memory card recordings
Reset All Data
Allows you to reset all system data, user data, and
all settings. The unit is returned to its factory default
state when this feature is executed.
• The following data and settings are not erased
when this feature is executed.
– SD memory card recordings
• The following data and settings are erased
when this feature is executed.
– "Date & Time" setting
– Phonebook entries
– Redial list
press
SELECT
.
4. Select "Yes", then press
5. Press [MENU].
SELECT
.
Resetting System Data
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "System Options", then press SELECT .
3. Select "Reset System Data", then press
SELECT
.
4. Select "Yes", then press SELECT .
• The unit will restart automatically.
Resetting All Data
Notice
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
The unit is returned to its factory default state
when this feature is executed. All user data
(except for the contents of the SD memory card)
will be erased.
Press [MENU].
Select "System Options", then press
SELECT
.
Select "Reset All Data", then press
SELECT
.
Select "Yes", then press SELECT .
• The unit will restart automatically.
Note
•
These features do not erase the contents of the
SD memory card. To erase the SD memory
card, see page 40.
Erasing the Redial List
1. Press [MENU].
2. Select "System Options", then press SELECT .
3. Select "Erase All Call Log Data", then press
SELECT
.
4. Select "Yes", then press
5. Press [MENU].
SELECT
.
Erasing the Phonebook
1. Press [MENU].
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Conferencing Phone Manager
Conferencing Phone Manager
Using Conferencing
Phone Manager
After Conferencing Phone Manager starts, the front
panel screen is displayed.
The unit can be used in conjunction with Conferencing
Phone Manager. This software can be found on the
included CD-ROM, and allows you to operate and
program the unit using a computer.
For software installation instructions, see page 29.
Connecting a Computer
Connect the included USB cable to the USB port of the
unit (A) and of the computer.
Exiting Conferencing Phone
Manager
To exit, click the icon (
the front panel screen.
A
USB
Note
•
We recommend using only the included USB
cable when connecting the unit to a computer
via USB.
Starting Conferencing Phone
Manager
You can start Conferencing Phone Manager using any
of the following methods.
– Using the shortcut icon
Double-click the Conferencing Phone Manager
shortcut icon on the desktop (created during
software installation).
) in the upper-right corner of
Operating the Unit Using
Conferencing Phone
Manager
From the front panel screen, you can operate the unit
just as if you were using the front panel of the unit itself.
For information about using the following commonly
used features, refer to pages listed below.
• Making calls (page 31)
• Answering calls (page 34)
• Adding entries to the phonebook (page 36)
For information about other features, refer to the
relevant sections in this document.
– From the [Start] menu
Click [Start]®[All
Programs]®[Panasonic]®[Conferencing
Phone Manager]®[Conferencing Phone
Manager].
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Conferencing Phone Manager
Programming the Unit
Using Conferencing
Phone Manager
Restarting the Unit Using
Conferencing Phone
Manager
1. Start Conferencing Phone Manager (see page 57).
2. Click the icon ( ) in the upper-left corner of the
1. Click the icon (
front panel screen.
• The programming screen is displayed.
) in the upper-left corner of the
front panel screen.
• The programming screen is displayed.
2. Click [Restart].
3. Click [Restart], then click [Yes].
• The front panel screen is displayed again.
3. Click the desired programming category name on
the left side of the screen.
• The corresponding parameters are displayed
on the right side of the screen.
4. Change the parameters as desired.
5. Click [OK].
• The front panel screen is displayed again.
• To cancel without changing any settings, click
[Cancel].
Note
•
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If the unit must be restarted before the new
settings become effective, a dialog will prompt
you to restart the unit. Click [Yes] to restart the
unit.
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Troubleshooting
T
r
o
u
b
Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing trouble, refer to the information in this section. Before troubleshooting, confirm all
connections (see page 22) and confirm that the AC outlet or PoE device to which the unit is connected to is
receiving power.
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e
s
h
General Use
o
o
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
Reference
t
i
The display is blank.
•
The unit is not receiving power.
→ The unit is not designed to function when there is a power
failure. Make sure that the unit is connected to the AC outlet
and receiving power. If using PoE, confirm that the device
supplying PoE is receiving power and that the LAN cable is
properly connected.
page 22
•
Cables or cords are not connected properly.
→ Check all connections.
page 22
•
An error has occurred.
→ Reset the unit. Disconnect the unit from the AC outlet, wait
10 seconds, then connect the AC adaptor again. If using
PoE, disconnect the LAN cable, wait 10 seconds, then
connect the LAN cable again.
page 22
n
g
The unit is not performing
properly.
Making and Receiving Calls
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
I cannot make IP calls.
•
•
•
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Reference
The IP line is not selected.
→ Before dialing, confirm that "IP" is shown in the upper-right
corner of the display. Press the center function button
([F2]) to change the line if necessary.
page 30
The IP address was entered incorrectly.
→ Confirm that you have entered the IP address of the other
party correctly.
page 31
The "Operation Mode" setting is not correct.
→ Change the setting to "Peer to Peer" if you want to make
or receive peer to peer IP calls (i.e., calls made by
specifying the called party's IP address).
→ Change the setting to "IP-PBX" if you want to make or
receive intercom and outside calls as a SIP extension of the
connected PBX.
page 25
Consult your system administrator.
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Troubleshooting
Issue
I cannot make TEL calls.
Possible Cause & Solution
•
•
•
I cannot receive IP calls.
I cannot receive TEL calls.
•
•
I cannot use the unit for PS •
or PC calls.
•
•
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Reference
The TEL line is not selected.
→ Before dialing, confirm that "TEL" is shown in the
upper-right corner of the display. Press the center function
button ([F2]) to change the line if necessary.
page 30
The unit is not set to make TEL calls.
→ Make sure the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
TEL".
page 23
The dial mode setting is incorrect.
→ Make sure that the dial mode matches the type of telephone
service you have (i.e., tone or pulse).
page 23
The "Operation Mode" setting is not correct.
→ Change the setting to "Peer to Peer" if you want to make
or receive peer to peer IP calls (i.e., calls made by
specifying the called party's IP address).
→ Change the setting to "IP-PBX" if you want to make or
receive intercom and outside calls as a SIP extension of the
connected PBX.
page 25
The unit is not set to receive TEL calls.
→ Make sure the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
TEL".
page 23
The Portable Station (PS) or computer is not connected
correctly.
→ Confirm you are using the correct cable to connect to the
device, and that the cable is connected properly.
page 41
page 42
The PS or PC line is not selected.
→ Confirm that "PS" or "PC" is shown in the upper-right corner
of the display. Press the center function button ([F2]) to
change the line if necessary.
→ Make sure the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
PS" (for PS calls) or "IP + PC" (for PC calls).
page 41
page 42
The PS or computer is not able to make or receive calls.
→ Disconnect the audio cable from the device and confirm that
the device is able to make or receive calls. If the device
cannot make calls, you cannot use the unit for PS or PC
calls. Refer to the operating instructions for the device.
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Troubleshooting
Issue
I cannot redial by pressing
[REDIAL/PAUSE].
Possible Cause & Solution
•
•
Reference
The number you are trying to redial is too long.
→ If the dialed number contains too many digits (more than 32
digits for IP calls with IP-PBX connection, more than 128
digits for TEL calls), it cannot be redialed correctly.
—
You pressed [REDIAL/PAUSE] after you began dialing.
→ If you press [REDIAL/PAUSE] after you begin dialing a
phone number, the button functions as the pause button.
To redial the last number dialed, press [ ] then [REDIAL/
PAUSE]. To redial one of the last 10 phone numbers dialed,
press [REDIAL/PAUSE], press [ ] or [ ] to select the
desired phone number, then press [ ].
•
•
I cannot make long distance •
calls.
•
The unit does not ring when •
a call is received.
page 32
You are trying to redial a TEL line call, but the unit is not set to
make TEL calls.
→ Make sure the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
TEL".
page 23
The "Operation Mode" setting is not the same as when the
original call was made. (For example, you are trying to redial an
IP call made in IP-PBX mode, but the unit is now in peer to peer
mode.)
→ Change the setting.
page 25
Your telephone service does not allow you to make long
distance calls.
→ Make sure that you have subscribed to your telephone
company's long distance service.
—
If the unit is connected to a PBX, your extension may not be
configured to make long distance phone calls.
→ Contact the PBX administrator.
—
The ringer is turned off.
→ Press [ ] while a call is being received, or change the
ringer volume setting.
page 34
Possible Cause & Solution
Reference
Sound Quality
Issue
The other party cannot hear •
my voice.
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The unit is muted.
→ If "Mute" is displayed, press [
feature.
] to turn off the mute
Objects are obstructing the microphone.
→ Do not obstruct the unit or an External Wired MIC during
calls. Keep your hands, as well as common objects such as
folders, cups, and coffee pots away from the unit and the
External Wired MIC during calls.
page 35
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Troubleshooting
Issue
Possible Cause & Solution
Sound cuts out; I can hear •
myself through the speaker.
•
•
•
—
If using a PS, you are pressing [ ] before the PS call has
started.
→ Start the call using the PS, then press [ ].
page 41
If using a PS, the PS Cable is not firmly connected to the PS.
→ Make sure the plug of the PS Cable is inserted fully into the
PS, otherwise echoing and feedback may occur.
page 41
If using DSL service, a device connected between the unit and
the telephone jack is causing interference.
→ Connect the unit directly to the telephone jack if possible,
and/or consult your DSL service provider.
—
You are too far away from the microphone.
→ Try speaking closer to the microphone.
•
The environment is not suited to speakerphone calls.
→ Do not use the unit within 2 m (about 6.5 ft.) of projectors,
air conditioning devices, fans, or other audible or electrical
noise emitting devices.
→ If using the unit in a room with windows, close the curtains
or blinds to prevent echoes.
→ Use the unit in a quiet environment.
—
The unit or an External Wired MIC was moved during a call.
→ Do not move the unit or an External Wired MIC while on a
call.
—
Objects are obstructing the microphone.
→ Do not obstruct the unit or an External Wired MIC during
calls. Keep your hands, as well as common objects such as
folders, cups, and coffee pots away from the unit and the
External Wired MIC during calls.
—
The other party is using a half-duplex speakerphone.
→ If the other party is using a half-duplex speakerphone,
sound may cut out occasionally during calls. For best
performance, the other party should use a full-duplex
speakerphone.
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The unit has not yet adapted to the environment for the current
call.
→ Speak in turns with the other party at the beginning of a
conversation. This allows the unit to adapt to its
environment so that both parties can speak effectively.
•
•
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Troubleshooting
SD Memory Cards
Issue
I cannot record to the SD
memory card.
Possible Cause & Solution
•
•
•
Reference
The SD memory card is not compatible with the unit.
→ Make sure that you are using a compatible SD memory
card. (SDHC, miniSDHC, and microSDHC memory cards
are not compatible with the unit.)
page 26
The SD memory card is not formatted or was not formatted
properly.
→ Format SD memory cards for use with this unit in FAT
format (FAT16) using a computer.
page 27
The SD memory card was not inserted properly.
→ Make sure that the SD memory card is inserted properly by
gently pushing it securely but gently toward the back of the
SD memory card slot.
page 26
Phonebook
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
Reference
I cannot add or edit entries •
to the phonebook.
You are on a call or playing back recordings.
→ You cannot add or edit phonebook entries while on a call or
while playing back recordings.
—
•
The "Operation Mode" setting is not correct.
→ Change the setting to "Peer to Peer" if you want to add
or edit peer to peer IP call entries (i.e., entries stored by
specifying the called party's IP address).
→ Change the setting to "IP-PBX" if you want to add or edit
IP call entries that will be called when using the unit as a
SIP extension of the connected PBX.
page 25
A call is being received.
→ The unit exits the phonebook automatically when a call is
received. Add or edit the phonebook entry again once you
have finished the call.
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•
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There are 100 entries in the phonebook.
→ The phonebook is full. Erase any unnecessary entries.
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Troubleshooting
Issue
I cannot call entries in the
phonebook.
Possible Cause & Solution
•
•
The unit returns to standby •
mode while adding or
editing phonebook entries.
Reference
You are trying to make a TEL line call, but the unit is not set to
make TEL calls.
→ Make sure the "Line Selection" setting is set to "IP +
TEL".
page 23
You are trying to make an IP line call, but the "Operation
Mode" setting is not correct.
→ Change the setting to "Peer to Peer" if you want to make
or receive peer to peer IP calls (i.e., calls made by
specifying the called party's IP address).
→ Change the setting to "IP-PBX" if you want to make or
receive intercom and outside calls as a SIP extension of the
connected PBX.
page 25
1 minute has passed since you pressed a button.
→ If you pause for over 1 minute while adding or editing
phonebook entries, the unit returns to standby mode.
—
Possible Cause & Solution
Reference
Programming
Issue
The unit returns to standby •
mode while programming
the unit.
I cannot program the unit.
1 minute has passed since you pressed a button.
→ If you pause for over 1 minute while programming the unit,
the unit returns to standby mode.
—
•
You are on a call.
→ Program the unit once you have finished the call.
—
•
A call is being received.
→ The unit exits programming mode automatically when a call
is received. Program the unit again once you have finished
the call.
—
After I changed the settings, •
the changes do not take
effect.
The unit must be restarted before the new setting becomes
effective.
→ Restart the unit.
page 43
Possible Cause & Solution
Reference
Display Messages
Message
Busy
•
The called party is busy (displayed for IP calls only).
→ Try again later.
—
Reject Call
•
The called party rejected your call (displayed for IP calls only).
→ Try again later.
—
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Message
Not Found
Possible Cause & Solution
•
Phonebook
No Items Stored
•
Phonebook Error
•
Call Log Error
•
Reference
The called party cannot be connected (displayed for IP calls
only).
→ Confirm that you have entered the IP address of the other
party correctly.
→ Try again later.
—
The phonebook contains no entries.
→ You must store entries in the phonebook before you can
make a call from the phonebook.
page 36
An error has occurred.
→ Press [BACK], then erase all phonebook entries using
the "Erase All Phonebook Data" feature.
page 56
An error has occurred.
→ Press [BACK], then erase the redial list using the "Erase
All Call Log Data" feature.
page 56
Please Wait
•
An SD memory card was inserted.
→ Wait while the unit checks the card.
—
Format Error
•
An error occurred while formatting the SD memory card.
→ Remove the SD memory card and use a different card.
—
Unable To Use
•
The SD memory card is not compatible with the unit.
→ Make sure that you are using a compatible SD memory
card.
→ SDHC, miniSDHC, and microSDHC memory cards are not
compatible with the unit.
page 26
•
The SD memory card is not formatted in FAT format.
→ Use a FAT format SD memory card.
page 27
•
The selected recording is less than 1 second long.
→ Recordings less than 1 second long cannot be played back.
—
•
The SD memory card cannot be used for recording because it
is full.
→ Erase unneeded recordings.
page 40
The switch on the side of the SD memory card is in
the "LOCK" position.
→ Remove the card, slide the switch to unlock the card, then
insert the card again.
page 26
Memory Full
Write Protected
System Data Err
Clear Data?
•
•
An error has occurred.
→ Press YES to reset all system data and restart the unit.
Press
No Connection To
Analog Line
•
No Connection To SIP •
Server
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NO
—
to restart the unit without resetting any data.
You tried to make a call immediately after refusing a call.
→ Wait until "TEL" is shown on the display, then make the call.
—
The unit’s network settings and/or SIP settings are incorrect.
→ Consult your system administrator.
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Message
No Connection To IP
Network
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Possible Cause & Solution
Reference
•
The LAN cable is not connected.
→ Check all connections.
•
The unit cannot receive IP settings from the DHCP server.
→ Consult your system administrator.
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Other Information
Other Information
Cleaning the Unit
Clean the unit periodically with a soft, dry cloth.
Keep the following in mind when cleaning the unit.
• To avoid damaging the unit, disconnect the AC
adaptor cord and all cables from the unit before
cleaning.
• If the unit becomes particularly dirty, apply a light
kitchen cleanser to a soft cloth, wring the cloth
thoroughly, and wipe the unit. When finished, dry
the unit with a soft, dry cloth.
• To avoid damage or discoloration, do not clean the
unit with the following materials, or with cleaners
containing the following materials.
– Petroleum
– Scouring powder
– Alcohol
– Paint thinner
– Benzine
– Wax
– Hot water
– Powdered soap
• When using chemical cleansers, follow the
instructions on the label carefully.
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Specifications
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Communication Lines
4 (IP, TEL, PS, PC)
IP: Communication via IP network, available in peer to peer mode
and IP-PBX mode
TEL: Communication via telephone line
PS: Communication via audio connection to a compatible Portable
Station
PC: Communication via audio connection to a computer
Maximum No. of Parties
3
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Main unit user + 2 IP calls (Peer to peer mode only)
Main unit user + 1 IP call + 1 TEL call
Main unit user + 1 IP call + 1 PS call
Main unit user + 1 IP call + 1 PC call
VoIP Connection Method
SIP
VoIP Audio Codec
G.722 (Peer to peer mode only), G.711 (µ-law/A-law), G.729a
LAN Interface
IEEE802.3/IEEE802.3u (10/100Base-TX)
Straight/cross automatic crossover (Auto MDI/MDX)
IP Address Mode
Automatic (DHCP), manual (static)
Dial Mode
Tone, pulse
Speaker
1 (Output: 85 dB; Frequency range: 300 Hz–7000 Hz)
Built-in Microphone
4 locations, 8 total (Sensitivity area: about 3 m [about 10 ft.])
IP Network Interface Jack (LAN)
1 (RJ45)
Telephone Interface Jack (LINE)
1 (RJ11)
USB Port
1 (USB 2.0, Full speed)
SD Memory Card Slot
1 (32 MB–2 GB)
Audio Interface Jack (AUDIO IN/OUT)
1 (ø 3.5 mm, monaural)
External Wired MIC Jack (EXT MIC1, EXT 2 (Modular jack)
MIC2)
Main Unit Dimensions
About 55 mm (H) ´ 275 mm (W) ´ 275 mm (D)
About 2 3/16 in. (H) ´ 10 1/16 in. (W) ´ 10 1/16 in. (D)
Main Unit Mass
About 1300 g (2.87 lb.)
AC Adaptor
Input: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
Output: DC 9 V 750 mA
PoE Interface
Compliant with IEEE802.3af
Power Consumption
Standby mode: about 4.8 W
Talk mode: about 6.5 W
Operating Environment
Temperature: 0 °C–40 °C (32 °F–104 °F)
Humidity: Less than 90% (with no condensation)
Ambient noise: Less than 50 dBA (recommended)
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Index
I
Indicators 17
Initialize 56
IP Address 50
IP Address Mode 49
IP Network Settings 24
IP-PBX Mode 25
A
AC Adaptor 16, 22
Accessories 16
Answering Calls 34
AUDIO IN/OUT Jack 17
K
Key Tones
B
BACK Button 18
Built-in Microphones
Buttons 18
L
17, 28
LAN Cable 22
LAN Port 17
Language 46
LCD Contrast 47
Line Icon (IP, TEL, PS, PC)
Line Selection 30, 48
C
Call Waiting 18, 34, 48
Call Waiting Tone Volume 48
Characters 38
Cleaning 67
Computer 42
Conference Calls 33, 34
Conferencing Phone Manager
Connecting a Computer 57
Install 29
Operating the Unit 57
Programming the Unit 58
Restart 58
Starting 57
Uninstall 29
Connections 22
19
M
Making Calls 31
MENU Button 18
MIC NOISE CUT Button
Microphones 28
Mute 35
Mute/Clear Button 18
18
N
Navigator/Volume Buttons
Noise Reduction 35
D
18
O
Date & Time 23, 47
Default Gateway 50
Dial Mode 48
Dialing Pause 32
Display 18, 19
Display Messages 64
Operation Mode
25, 46
P
E
ENTER Button 18
Erase All Call Log Data 54
Erase All Phonebook Data 54
Erasing Data 56
Error Messages 64
External Wired MIC 16, 28
External Wired MIC Jacks (EXT MIC1, EXT MIC2)
17
Parameter List 44
Pause Time 49
PC Cable 16
Peer to Peer Mode 25
Phonebook 32, 36
Playback 39
Playback Control Buttons 18
Portable Station (PS) 41
Preferred CODEC 52
Programming 43, 58
PS Cable 16
R
F
Feature List 44
FLASH Button 18, 35
Flash Time 49
Format 27
Function Buttons ([F1], [F2], [F3])
H
Hold Method
48
51
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Reboot 55
Recording 39
Recording Time 26
Redial 32
REDIAL/PAUSE Button 18
Reset 56
Reset All Data 55
Reset System Data 54
Restart 43, 58
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Ringer Volume 34, 47
Ringtone 47
RTP Packet Size 52
RTP Port Number (Maximum) 52
RTP Port Number (Minimum) 52
RTP ToS Field 53
S
SD Icon 19
SD Memory Card 26
SD Memory Card Slot 17
Security 10
Settings 43
Show IP Address 46
SIP Ext. No. 50
SIP Password 51
SIP Proxy Server IP Address 51
SIP Registrar IP Address 51
SIP Settings 25
SIP Signaling Port Number 52
SIP ToS Field 53
SIP User Domain Name 51
Speaker 17
Speaker Volume 31, 34
Speakerphone Button 18
Specifications 68
Speech Speed 35
Subnet Mask 50
System Status Confirmation 54
T
TEL Cord 22
TEL Line Level Reduction 49
Telephone Line Jack (LINE) 17
Time Format 47
Troubleshooting 59
U
USB Cable 16
USB Icon 19
USB Port 17
V
VLAN ID 53
VLAN Priority 53
Voice Memo 39
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When you ship the product
Carefully pack and send it prepaid, adequately insured and preferably in the original
carton. Attach a postage-paid letter, detailing the symptom to the outside of the carton.
DO NOT send the product to the Executive or Regional Sales offices. They are NOT
equipped to make repairs.
Product service
For product service, ship the product to the address listed in the Limited Warranty.
Consult your authorized Panasonic dealer for detailed instructions.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company
Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America
One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Copyright:
This material is copyrighted by Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., and may be reproduced for internal use only.
All other reproduction, in whole or in part, is prohibited without the written consent of Panasonic Communications
Co., Ltd.
© Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. 2008
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