Avaya 1200 User Manual

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Welcome

Table 4: Navigation keys and functions (Part 2 of 2)

Key

Function

 

 

Navigation Key Cluster

Press the left side of the Navigation

 

Key Cluster to:

 

• Move cursor to the left when you

 

enter and edit text.

 

• Leave the detail view of the Inbox

 

and return to the main Inbox.

 

Operates like the Back context-

 

sensitive soft key.

Press the up or down arrows on the

Navigation Key Cluster to:

Erase a character (backspace) when you enter and edit text.

Highlight items in a list, such as Address Book entries or items in your Call Inbox.

Note 1: Move the cursor from line to line when entering and editing text or data.

Note 2: To scroll through a list of items, you can press and hold the up or down key.

Available IP Deskphone call features

The 2000 Series IP Deskphones are supported by the Avaya IP Office 8.0 call server. Your system administrator uses IP Office to assign call features to your IP Deskphone. To determine which features are available or to activate features, contact your system administrator or service provider.

Note: Not all service providers support the entry of a SIP address to initiate a call; for example, jim@companya.com. Some service

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providers require that you enter a Directory Number (DN) to initiate a call, for example, 555-5555.Contact your system administrator to determine whether your Call Server supports SIP address dialing.

Security features

Before you can use your IP Deskphone, an ID and password must be assigned to your IP Deskphone. This security measure ensures that, after you log off, calls cannot be made from your IP Deskphone and features, such as Address Book, are inaccessible. Your ID and password also prevent unauthorized access to your user profile.

Secure connection

Call security is identified by the presence of a security icon (padlock) that is displayed on the IP Deskphone screen.

After the IP Deskphone is registered with the SIP Proxy, you can view the security icon when:

the IP Deskphone is idle

you are on an active call

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Regulatory and safety information

Regulatory and safety information

This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator and your body (excluding the handset). This transmitter must not be collocated or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

Table 5 lists EMC compliance for various jurisdictions.

Table 5: EMC compliance (Part 1 of 2)

Jurisdiction

Standard

Description

 

 

 

United

FCC CFR 47 Part

Class B Emissions: FCC Rules for

States

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Radio Frequency Devices (see Notes

 

 

1 and 2)

 

 

 

Canada

ICES-003

Class B Emissions: Interference-

 

 

Causing Equipment Standard: Digital

 

 

Apparatus

 

 

 

Australia/

AS/NZ CISPR 22

Class B Emissions: Information

New

CISPR 22

technology equipment - Radio

Zealand

 

disturbance

 

 

 

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Regulatory and safety information

Table 5: EMC compliance (Part 2 of 2)

Jurisdiction

Standard

Description

 

 

 

European

EN 55022

Class B Emissions: Information

Community

 

technology equipment - Radio

 

 

disturbance

 

EN 55024

Information technology equipment -

 

 

Immunity characteristics

 

 

Limits and methods of measurement

 

EN 61000-3-2

Limits for harmonic current emissions

 

 

(equipment input current <= 16 A per

 

 

phase)

 

EN 61000-3-3

Limitation of voltage fluctuations and

 

 

flicker in low-voltagesupply systems

 

 

for equipment with rated current <= 16

 

 

A

Japan

VCCI

Regulations for voluntary control

 

 

measures.

Table 6 lists Safety compliance for various jurisdictions.

Table 6: Safety compliance

Jurisdiction

Standard

Description

 

 

 

United States

UL 60950-1

Safety of Information Technology Equipment

 

 

 

Canada

CSA 60950-1-30

Safety of Information Technology Equipment

 

 

 

European

EN 60950-1

ITE equipment - Safety - Part 1: General

Community

 

requirements

 

 

 

Australia/New

AS/NZS

Safety of Information Technology Equipment

Zealand

60950.1:2003

 

 

 

 

Australia: AS/ACIF S004: Voice Frequency Performance Requirements for Customer Equipment

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Regulatory and safety information

DenAn regulatory notice for Japan

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Getting started

Getting started

This section provides information about how to use the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones. Carefully read each of the followoing sections before you operate your IP Deskphone:

“Before you begin” on page 36

“Connecting the components” on page 36

“Entering text” on page 40

“Accessing the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone” on page 46

“Configuring Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones” on page 62

Before you begin

CAUTION

Damage to Equipment

Consult your system administrator to ensure that you plug your IP Deskphone into a 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet jack. To prevent severe damage to your IP Deskphone, do not plug your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone into a regular phone jack.

CAUTION

Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone is designed for use in an indoor environment only.

Connecting the components

Figure 3 on page 37 shows the connections on the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones.

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Figure 3: Connections on Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones

WARNING Ensure that the protective rubber cap on the Expansion Module port is in place when the port is not in use. Connection of anything other than the proper Expansion Module connector to this port can cause damage to the IP Deskphone.

Attaching the foot stand (optional)

Attach the foot stand in the appropriate slots depending on the desired angle for your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone. If you insert the foot stand into the upper slots, your IP Deskphone sits at a 25-degreeangle.

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If you insert the foot stand into the lower slots, your IP Deskphone sits at a 55-degreeangle.

1.Align the bottom tabs on the foot stand with the position 1 slots or the position 2 slots on the back of your IP Deskphone.

In position 1, the IP Deskphone sits at a 25-degreeangle. In position 2, the IP Deskphone sits at a55-degreeangle.

Figure 3 on page 37 shows the slots on the back of the IP Deskphone.

2.Press the foot stand into the slots until it snaps into place.

Note: If you mount your IP Deskphone on a wall, do not attach the foot stand.

Connecting the handset

Use the following procedure to connect the handset to your IP Deskphone:

1.Plug the end of the handset cord with the short straight section into the handset.

2.Plug the other end of the handset cord with the long straight section into the handset jack marked with the handset symbol as shown Figure 3 on page 37.

3.(Optional) Thread the cord through the channel in the foot stand (if installed) so that it exits on the side of the foot stand.

Connecting the headset (optional)

You can connect a headset to the IP Deskphone as described in the following procedure:

1.Plug the headset cord into the headset jack on the back of the IP Deskphone as shown in Figure 3 on page 37.

2.Thread the cord through the channel in the side of the foot stand (if installed).

3.Set up the headset according to the headset instructions.

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Connecting AC power (optional)

Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone supports AC power and Power over Ethernet (PoE). For AC power, use only the Avaya-approvedGlobal Power Supply (N0146475) and thecountry-specificIEC cable that you can order separately. To use PoE, your connected LAN must support PoE.

1.Connect the DC barrel connector to the power jack on the back of the IP Deskphone.

2.Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed) to secure the cable.

3.Plug the country-specificIEC cable into the Global Power Supply, and then plug the Global Power Supply into the nearest AC power outlet.

Connecting the LAN Ethernet cable

Connect your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone to your LAN using a CAT5e Ethernet cable to enable full functionality of your IP Deskphone. If your Ethernet port is equipped with Power over Ethernet (PoE), your IP Deskphone can be powered through the LAN port. Do not extend the LAN Ethernet cable outside the building.

1.Plug one end of the supplied LAN Ethernet cable into the LAN Ethernet port on the back of your IP Deskphone as shown in Figure 3 on page 37.

2.Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).

3.Connect the other end of the cable to your LAN Ethernet connection. The LAN LED on the back of the IP Deskphone lights when a LAN connection is established.

Note: When your LAN cable gets unplugged on an active IP Deskphone, your IP Deskphone LCD displays an alert message “LAN cable unplugged”.

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Connecting the PC Ethernet cable

Connect a CAT5e PC Ethernet cable between your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone and your computer to enable your computer to access the LAN.

1.Plug one end of the PC Ethernet cable (not supplied) into the PC Ethernet port on the back of your IP Deskphone as shown in Figure 3 on page 37.

2.Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).

3.Connect the other end of the cable to the LAN port on your PC.

Wall mounting (optional)

You can mount your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone on a wall. Wallmount the IP Deskphone using the two keyholes on the back of the it. You do not need the foot stand for wall-mountedapplications.

1.Remove the foot stand, if already attached.

2.Ensure all cables are properly routed and the IP Deskphone is functioning.

3.Make small marks on the wall where you want to align each keyhole slot.

4.Insert the screws (not provided) so that they protrude slightly from the wall.

5.Align the keyholes on the back of the IP Deskphone with the screws in the wall.

6.Slide the IP Deskphone onto the screws to secure it in position.

Entering text

You can use combinations of the letters and numbers on the dialpad of your IP Deskphone to enter SIP addresses, create Address Book entries, and to designate labels for programmable keys.

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