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Chapter 2 — Using the Phone Book

2.Press the Enter key to display all contacts in the phone book.

3.Select the contact you want to delete and press the Delete key. The selected entry is deleted.

To delete all contacts in the phone book, do the following:

1.Press the Menu key and then selectPhone book.

2.Choose Erase All and then use the up and down navigation keys to selectYes to confirm orNo to cancel.

Speed Dial Setting

You can use speed dialing to assign a hotkey (M1~M8) to the phone numbers that you dial most frequently. You can then press a hotkey (M1 to M8) to quickly dial a number instead of keying in the entire phone number or searching for it from the phone book. See Speed Dialing a Number on page 11.

To assign speed dial hotkeys, do the following:

1.Press the Menu key and then selectPhone book andSpeed Dial.

2.Input the Phone number and press the Enter key. Then select one of the M1 ~ M8 keys to assign for speed dialing.

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Introduction

This chapter contains important information to help you familiarize yourself with the functions of the VoIP phone.

Hardware Overview

Front View

 

Name

Description

1

Display screen

Displays calls and status information.

2

Menu

Press to access the menu options or cancel your

 

 

selection and go back to the previous level.

3

Voice mail indicator

A red light indicator means that you have new voice

 

 

messages.

4

4 way Navigation

Press to scroll through lists and menus on the

 

keys

display.

 

 

 

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Name

Description

5

Enter key

Press to enter a menu or confirm a selection.

 

 

 

6

Speed dial memory

Press any of the keys to speed dial the preset contact

 

keys (M1 to M8)

number.

 

 

 

 

MUTE

Press to Mute the call.

 

 

 

 

REC

Press REC for recording the call.

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Voice MSG

Press to listen to voice mail messages.

8

Speaker

Activates the speakerphone to allow handsfree

 

 

conversations.

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Volume control keys

Press to increase or decrease the volume of the

 

 

ringer tone, handset, or the volume of the current

 

 

call using the speakerphone.

 

 

 

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Function keys

 

 

Phonebook

Press to access the personal phonebook directory.

 

Redial

Press to call the last number dialed.

 

 

 

 

DND

Press to block all incoming calls.

 

 

 

 

Hold

Press to put an active call on hold.

 

Transfer

Press to transfer an active call to another VoIP

 

 

phone on the system.

 

Conference

Press to activate the three way conference call.

 

Forward

Press to forward all incoming calls to another phone

 

 

on the system.

 

Delete

Press to erase the number you dialed when making

 

 

a call.

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Alphanumerical keys

Press these keys to enter phone numbers and texts.

Rear View

 

Name

Description

1

WAN port

Connects to Hub/Switch.

 

 

 

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Name

Description

 

2

LAN port

Connects to PC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

DC 6V Power jack

Connects to AC power adapter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Menu Directory

The menu directory enables you to access the product settings and set up the device according to the network conditions and your preferences. The menu is set up in a simple and easily accessible manner. Follow these steps to access the menu and the menu items.

1.Press the Menu key to access the menu. The first two menu options,

Phone book and Call history, are displayed.

2.Scroll through the main menu options using the 4 way navigation keys and press the Enter key to view the submenu.

3.Repeat the previous step to browse through the menu items, submenus, and options.

4.Press the Menu key to cancel your selection and go back to the previous level of the menu.

5.To choose a menu setting, press the Enter key.

Answering a Phone Call

An incoming call is indicated by a ringing tone and light on the display screen. You can answer the call by one of the following ways:

1.Pick up the handset to answer the call.

2.Press the Speaker key on the phone to answer the call.

Making a Call

Dialing with the Keypad

1.Enter the telephone number with the alphanumerical keypad. If you entered an incorrect digit, press the Delete key to erase the incorrect digit.

2.After entering the number you want to call, press the # key to force dialing, or wait until the Auto Dial Time (The default is 5 seconds) is up and the number is dialed automatically.

Looking up a Number from the Phone Book

You can call your contacts using the contact information stored in the phone book. To make a call to a person from the phone book, do the following:

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1.Press the Menu key to display the menu.

2.Select Phone book and press theEnter key to display the submenus.

3.Select Search and press theEnter key to find a contact. TheSearch screen is displayed.

4.Key in the first few letters of the name. Press the Enter key to search for the contact. A list of names that correspond most closely to your search criteria is displayed on the screen.

5.Scroll through the list until you find the contact you want to call.

6.Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key to make the call.

Making a Call to an IP Address / SIP Server

When your VoIP phone is configured properly, you can make a call to a user on the same service provider. Make sure you have registered to a SIP server before making a call for the first time.

1.You need to register in a proxy server, (with SIP server IP, Domain IP, registered name, and password) before making a call.

2.To call a contact registered on the same service provider, press the registered number of the contact and press the # key.

You can also make a call to an IP address by inputting the IP address with the keypad. (For example: 192*168*1*100)

Speed Dialing a Number

You can assign a hotkey from the keypad to the most commonly dialed numbers. You can use this to dial the numbers quickly instead of keying in the complete number each time.

To call a number using speed dialing, do the following:

1.Press the hotkey (M1~M8) that has been assigned to the phone number from the numeric keypad.

Redialing a Number

You can quickly redial a number that you have recently dialed using one of the following methods:

1.Press the Redial key on the phone. The last number you called will be automatically dialed again.

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2.Press the Menu key and selectCall History,Dialed numbers. Use the up and down navigation keys to browse through the list of dialed numbers.

3.Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key to call the selected number.

Call History

The VoIP phone stores information about all calls made or received. The lists are stored from the newest to oldest entries. The oldest entries are deleted as new entries are added.

Press the Menu key and then selectCall History to view call information. Up to 64 calls can be saved for each of the received and dialed call logs.

Incoming Calls

The Incoming Calls list consists of the most recent calls received. You can choose to save or delete a single entry from the received call logs.

Select a call from the list and press the Enter key. Select one of the following options by pressing the up/ down navigation keys:

Save: Save the number to your phone book.

Erase: Delete the number from the call log.

Dialed Numbers

The Dialed Numbers list consists of the most recent numbers dialed. You can choose to save or delete a single entry from the dialed call logs.

Select a call from the list and press the Enter key. Select one of the following options by pressing the up/ down navigation keys:

Save: Save the number to your phone book.

Erase: Delete the number from the call log.

Erase Records

You can delete any of the call logs that are not needed. To delete call logs, press the Menu key and then selectCall History,Erase Records. Choose the type of call logs that you want to delete from the following options:

All

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Incoming

Dialed

Then press the Enter key to confirm your selection.

Call Options

While a call is in progress, a number of additional options are available.

Using the Speaker Phone

For handsfree operation, you can use the built in speaker to talk on the phone.

To use the speakerphone, do the following:

While talking on the phone, press the Speaker key on the phone to enable the Speakerphone function. Press the key again to terminate the call or turn the speakerphone off.

Putting a Call on Hold

You may want to put a call on hold temporarily while doing some work or attending to a second incoming or outgoing call. To put a call on hold, do one the following:

Press the Hold key on the phone to put the call on hold.

When you receive a second call, press the Hold key to attend to the new call, the first call is automatically put on hold.

Conducting a Three-WayConference Call

The call waiting and holding functions also help you in conducting a three way conference call.

To start a three way conference call, do the following:

1.Call the first participant of the conference call as described in Making a Call on page 10.

2.Put the first participant on hold as described in Putting a Call on Hold on page 13.

3.Call the second participant of the call.

4.Press the Conference key on the phone to include all participants in the call.

5.Hang up the phone to end your call.

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Transferring a Call

To transfer a call to another phone number, do the following:

1.While a call is in progress, press the Transfer key on the phone.

2.Dial the number to which you want to transfer the call and then press the Transfer key again or hang up the phone to transfer the call.

Forwarding a Call

You can choose to forward the calls which you do not answer or reject to a specified number.

To activate the call forwarding features, do the following:

1.Press the Menu key and then selectPhone Settings, and thenCall Forward.

2.Select from the following options:

All forward: forward all incoming calls.

Busy forward: to forward calls when your phone is busy.

No answer forward: to forward calls when you do not answer the phone.

Ring Timeout: to forward calls when the ring times out after a specific number of rings.

3.Press the Enter key to activate the forwarding option.

4.Key in the number to which the selected calls are to be forwarded. Press the Enter key to save your settings.

5.You can also press the Forward key to activate the “All Forward” function.

Using the DND Function

The DND (Do not Disturb) feature allows you to reject all incoming calls without ringing your phone.

To activate the DND function, do the following:

1.Press the DND key on the phone.

2.A DND message is displayed on the screen.

3.Press the DND key again to disable the DND function.

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