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1692 IP Conference Phone

Quick Reference Guide

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16-603413Issue 1 June 2009

Avaya 1692 IP Conference Phone

Speaker

LED Indicator

Microphone

Graphic LCD

Display

Keypad

Menu Key

Exit Key

Soft Keys

Call Key

Redial Key

Dialing Keypad

Microphone

LED Indicator

LED Indicator

Microphone

Up/Down

Scroll Keys

Select Key

Up/Down

Volume Keys

Mute Key

Using the Avaya 1692 IP Conference Phone

Place the phone in the middle of a room, unobstructed during use. Because the microphones are very sensitive, do not cover the phone, block microphones, or shuffle papers near the phone. Do not raise your voice excessively when speaking. The phone provides coverage of a conference room up to approximately 20 feet (6.1 meters) by 20 feet (6.1 meters). The phone with extension microphones provide coverage of a conference room up to approximately 20 feet (6.1 meters) by 30 feet (9.1 meters).

If you want to

Then

 

 

 

Place a new call

1.

Press the Call key and listen for a dial tone. The status LEDs turn green.

 

2.

Enter the number of the party you want to call.

Redial the last number called

Answer a call

End a call

Press the Redial key.

Your call status LEDs blink green as the incoming call rings. Press the Call key.

Press the Call key. The status LEDs turn off. OR:

To terminate a call and obtain a dial tone to start a new call, press the Drop soft key.

Set up a conference

Hold a call

1.During a call, press the Conf soft key (you might need to press theMore soft key first, ifConf is not visible). The call is placed on hold, and you receive a dial tone.

2.Dial the number of the third party in the conference.

3.Once the call is established, press the Conf soft key again to activate the conference.

During a call, press the Hold soft key (you might need to press theMore soft key first, ifHold is not visible). The status LEDs blink red to indicate that the call is on hold.

Return to the held call Mute a call

Transfer a call

Drop a call

Adjust ringer volume

Adjust speaker volume

Select the call appearance using the Up/Down Scroll keys, and then press theSelect key.

During a call, press the Mute key. The status LEDs turn red to indicate that the call is muted. You can still hear the otherperson, but they cannot hear you.

To turn off Mute, press the Mute key again.

1.During a call, press the Transfer soft key (you might have to press theMore soft key first, ifTransfer is not visible). The call is placed on hold.

2.Dial the number to which you want to transfer the call.

3.When you hear ringing, press the Transfer soft key again.

To cancel the transfer, use the Up/Down Scroll keys to select the call to be transferred, and then press theSelect key.

During a call, press the Drop soft key (you might have to press theMore soft key first, ifDrop is not visible). The current call is terminated. You receive a dial tone so you can start another call.

Note: While on a locally initiated conference call, the Drop soft key disconnects the last person added to the call.

While the phone is idle, press the Up/Down Volume keys until the desired volume is reached.

During a call, press the Up/Down Volume keys until the desired volume is reached.

Avaya 1692 IP Conference Phone Options

Use the main menu to set phone options and view phone information.

If you want to

Then

Access the main menu

Update your phone’s ring tone

From the main menu, the following options display:

Personal Ringing—allowsyou to select one of five ring tones for your phone.

Contrast Control—allowsyou to adjust the phone’s display area contrast level.

System Information—displaysphone and network settings.

Note: From the main menu, you can also log off the phone. Before you log off the phone, or for more information about logging off, see your system administrator.

Use the Up/Down Scroll keys and theSelect key to highlight and select the menu item you want.

1.Press the Menu key.

2.To select the Personal Ringing option, press the Select key.

3.Use the Up/Down Scroll keys to select a ring pattern, and then press theSelect key

or the Save soft key. To listen to a ring pattern, press theListen soft key.

4.To exit and save your selection, press the Exit soft key.

5.To return to the idle screen, press the Exit key.

Update the contrast

1. Press the Menu key.

level

2. Use the Up/Down Scroll keys to select Contrast Control, and then press theSelect key.

 

3.

To brighten the contrast, press the Up Scroll key. To dim the contrast, press the

 

 

Down Scroll key.

 

4.

To save your selection, press the Save soft key. (To exit the contrast control without

 

 

saving any changes, press the Cancel soft key.)

 

5.

To return to the idle screen, press the Exit key.

View system information

1. Press the Menu key.

 

2.

Use the Up/Down Scroll keys to select System Information, and then press the

 

 

Select key.

 

3.

Use the Up/Down Scroll keys to scroll through the list of settings.

 

Note: Up and down arrow symbols display on the screen next to the Up/Down Scroll

 

keys. Arrow symbols only display when there are more items to view above or

 

below the current display.

 

4.

To return to the idle screen, press the Exit key.