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Fanvil Product User Manual IP Phone Model: BW206

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Safety Notices
Please read the following safety notices before installing or using this phone. They are crucial for the safe and reliable operation of the device. Please use the external power supply that is included in the package. Other power supplies may cause damage to the phone, affect the behavior or induce noise. efore using the external power supply in the package, please check with home power voltage. !naccurate power voltage may cause fire and damage.

Please do not damage the power cord. !f power cord or plug is impaired, do not use it, it may cause fire or electric shock. The plug"socket combination must be accessible at all times because it serves as the main disconnecting device. #o not drop, knock or shake it. $ough handling can break internal circuit boards. #o not install the device in places where there is direct sunlight. %lso do not put the device on carpets or cushions. !t may cause fire or breakdown. %void exposure the phone to high temperature, below & or high humidity. %void wetting the unit with any li'uid. #o not attempt to open it. Non"expert handling of the device could damage it. (onsult your authori)ed dealer for help, or else it may cause fire, electric shock and breakdown. #o not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean it. *ipe it with a soft cloth that has been slightly dampened in a mild soap and water solution. *hen lightning, do not touch power plug or phone line, it may cause an electric shock. #o not install this phone in an ill"ventilated place. +ou are in a situation that could cause bodily in,ury. efore you work on any e'uipment, be aware of the ha)ards involved with electrical circuitry and be familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents.

Table of (ontent
-. !NT$O#.(!N/ *0&1 2O!P P3ON4 ...................................................................................................... 5 -.-. T3%N6 +O. 7O$ +O.$ P.$(3%S!N/ *0&1 ............................................................................................... 5 -.0. #48!24$+ (ONT4NT ...................................................................................................................................... 5 P84%S4 (34(6 *34T34$ T34 #48!24$+ (ONT%!NS T34 7O88O*!N/ P%$TS9 ...................... 5 T34 %S4 .N!T *!T3 64+P%# ....................................................................................................................... 5 T34 3%N#S4T ....................................................................................................................................................... 5 T34 3%N#S4T (% 84 ........................................................................................................................................ 5 T34 PO*4$ S.PP8+........................................................................................................................................... 5 T34 4T34$N4T (% 84 ..................................................................................................................................... 5 -.:. 64+P%# .......................................................................................................................................................... 5 64+ ;%PP!N/9...................................................................................................................................................... < -.5. PO$TS 7O$ (ONN4(T!N/ ............................................................................................................................... < 0. !N!T!%8 (ONN4(T!N/ %N# S4TT!N/ ....................................................................................................... 1 0.-. (ONN4(T T34 P3ON4 .................................................................................................................................... 1 0.0. !N!T!%8 S4TT!N/ ............................................................................................................................................ = :. %S!( 7.N(T!ONS ........................................................................................................................................... > :.-. %S!( OP4$%T!ON .......................................................................................................................................... > 3.1.1. Accepting a call ....................................................................................................................................... 8 3.1.2. Making a call .......................................................................................................................................... 8 ?.!(6"#!%8!N/ ............................................................................................................................................ > 3.1.3. Ending a call ........................................................................................................................................... 8 3.1.4. Transferring a call .................................................................................................................................. 9 3.1.5. Calling Hold and 3 wa s call .................................................................................................................. 9 :.0. T34 3!/3"84248 OP4$%T!ON ........................................................................................................................ @ 3.2.1. !pecial "e s........................................................................................................................................... 1# 3.2.2. Call pick$p ............................................................................................................................................ 1# 3.2.3. %oin call ................................................................................................................................................. 1# 3.2.4. redial&$nredial....................................................................................................................................... 1# 3.2.5. Click to dial ........................................................................................................................................... 11 5. S4TT!N/ ............................................................................................................................................................ -0 5.-. S4TT!N/ ;4T3O#S ....................................................................................................................................... -0 5.0. S4TT!N/ 2!% *4 $O*S4 ......................................................................................................................... -0 5.:. (ON7!/.$%T!ON 2!% *4 .......................................................................................................................... -: 4.3.1. 'A!(C ................................................................................................................................................... 13 4.3.2. )etwork ................................................................................................................................................. 15 4.3.3. *+(,...................................................................................................................................................... 2# 4.3.4. ,-one..................................................................................................................................................... 2. 4.3.5. Maintenance.......................................................................................................................................... 31 4.3./. !ec$rit .................................................................................................................................................. 35 4.3... 0ogo$t ................................................................................................................................................... 3. <. %PP4N#!A ......................................................................................................................................................... :> <.-. SP4(!7!(%T!ON ............................................................................................................................................. :>

-. !ntroducing *0&1 2o!P Phone


-.-. Thank you for your purchasing *0&1
Thank you for your purchasing BW206, BW206 is a full-feature telephone that provides voice communication over the same data net ork that your computer uses! This phone functions not only much like a traditional phone, allo ing to place and receive calls, and en"oy other features that traditional phone has, #ut also it o n many data services features hich you could not e$pect from a traditional telephone! This guide ill help you easily use the various features and services availa#le on your phone!

-.0. #elivery (ontent


%lease check hether the delivery contains the follo ing parts& The #ase unit ith keypad The handset The handset ca#le The po er supply The 'thernet ca#le

-.:. 6eypad

The numeric keypad ith the keys 0 to (, ), and * is used to enter+igits and letters, additionally, the follo ing keys are availa#le&

-ey mapping&

6ey

6ey name
.ocal /% .ocal 1umer 3elease 4old

7unction #escription
%ress speaker, and then press the key, you ould hear the human voice ith phone0s active /% address! %ress speaker, and then press the key, you ould hear the human voice ith phone0s 2/% phone num#er! +uring talking #y handset, pressing the key ould let you close the current call and get ne dial tone! Temporarily hold the active call during the talking5 press the key again to resume the call! 6ou can also press this key then input the third party0s phone num#er and end ith the * key during calling, and then you can make a call ith the third party and hold the previous calling! 7se the key to do #lind transfer or attended transfer! %ress this key during talking, you can hear the other side, #ut the other side could not hear you! :d"ust the ring volume and talking voice volume

Transfer

8ute 9olume control

8emory key 2end 3edial 4andfree

There are ;0 memory keys<or called speed dial keys= saved ;0 num#er for fast dialing! %ress this key to make a >uick dial as soon as you select your desired num#er in phone #ook or callers, or send the num#er you dialed manually! /n the hook off ?hands-free mode, use the key to dial the last call num#er5 'nter into hands-free mode!

-.5. Ports for connecting

%@W'3 +B .:1 W:1

%o er s itch %o er port 1et ork port 1et ork port

2elect @1?@AA @utput& ,9?;!0: Bonnect it to %B Bonnect it to 1et ork

The phone has t o 1et ork ports& The W:1 port and the .:1 port! Before you connect the po er source, please carefully read 2afety 1otices of this user manual!

0. !nitial connecting and Setting


0.-. (onnect the phone
2tep ;& Bonnect the /% %hone to the corporate /% telephony net ork! Before you connect the phone to the net ork, please check if your net ork can ork normally! 6ou can do this in one of t o ays, depending on ho your orkspace is set up! +irect net ork connectionC#y this method, you need at least one availa#le 'thernet port in your orkspace! 7se the 'thernet ca#le in the package to connect W:1 port on the #ack of your phone to the 'thernet port in your orkspace! you can make direct net ork connect! The follo ing t o figures are for your reference!

2hared net ork connectionC7se this method if you have a single 'thernet port in your orkspace ith your desktop computer already connected to it! Airst, disconnect the 'thernet ca#le from the computer and attach it to the W:1 port on the #ack of your phone! 1e$t, use the 'thernet ca#le in the package to connect .:1 port on the #ack of your phone to your desktop computer! 6our /% %hone no shares a net ork connection ith your computer! The follo ing figure is for your reference!

2tep 2& Bonnect the handset to the handset port #y the handset ca#le in the package! 2tep 3& connect the po er supply plug to the +B port on the #ack of the phone! 7se the po er ca#le to connect the po er supply to a standard po er outlet in your orkspace! 2tep 4& push the on?off s itch on the #ack of the phone to the on side, then the phone0s .'+ ould #e lit! 2oon, it ould #e off until system starts up! Then it ould #e lit again! /f your 9o/% phone registers into corporate /% telephony 2erver, your phone is ready to use!

0.0. !nitial Setting


This 9o/% %hone provides you ith rich function and parameters setting! /f you have enough kno ledge a#out net ork and 2/% protocol, it is #etter for you to understand many parameters! But if you kno little a#out net ork and 2/% protocol, you can also easily make initial setting according to the follo ing steps to en"oy rapidly high >uality voice and lo cost from this 9o/% %hone! Before make initial setting, please check if your corporate /% telephony net ork can ork normally, and you have finished Dconnect the phoneE! This 9o/% %hone 2upports +4B% #y default! /t ill receive an /% address and other net ork-related settings <1etmask, /% gate ay, +12 server= from the +4B% server! /f your net ork supports +4B%, you can connect this 9o/% %hone directly to the net ork! /f your net ork doesn0t support +4B%, you need change this 9o/% %hone0s net ork connection setting!

:. asic 7unctions
:.-. asic operation
:.-.-. %ccepting a call
There are four methods to accept an incoming call& %ick up handset to accept incoming calls! %ress the #utton! /f you need s itch from a hands-free call to handset, please pick up the handset directly! /f you need s itch from a handset call to hands-free, please press the up the handset! #utton, and then hang

:.-.0. ;aking a call Fuick-dialing


/n idle mode, input the called num#er, and press * key or use hands-free automatically! 7se handset %ick up the handset, and you #utton, phone ill dial the call and

ill hear dialing tone right no ! Then input the phone num#er and end #y

the B or #utton! When you hear ring#ack tone Ddu, duGE from handset, the call is through! :fter talking, hang up the handset to end the call! 7se hands-free %ress the and end #y the B or through! :fter talking, press t 7se the 3edial key #utton and you ill hear dialing tone at the same time! Then input the phone num#er #utton! When you hear ring#ack tone Ddu, duGE from handset, the call is #utton to end the call!

%lease pick up handset or press the key! :fter you hear dialing tone, please press the key to dial the last called num#er! 1ote& after you re#oot the phone, the phone ill clear the redial record, so there is no redial num#er!

:.-.:. 4nding a call


4angs up #y handset on hook 4angs up #y press hen in hands-free

4angs up a call in call aiting state! /f you are in call aiting state, you could press B key to hang up the current call, and s itch to the other call to keep talking! 1ote& %ressing * key ill not hang up if there is only one call currently!

:.-.5. Transferring a call


Ball transfer has several ays to realiHe& ;! When : talks to B, B may press the key and dial B phone num#er! :fter B talks to B <or B

hear alert from B=, B presses the

key, then B hangs up, and : ill get through to B! key to hold :, and talk to B! Then B

2! When : is talking ith B, B calls B, B may press the

presses the

key, : ill get through to B! key, dial B phone num#er and * key, then hang up and :

3! When : talks to B, B presses the ill get through to B!

; and 2 are attended transfer5 3 is #lind transfer! 1otice to 9o/% %hone Barrier& 6our 9o/% phone server need support A3B3,;,, or else transferring can not ork!

:.-.<. (alling 3old and : ways call


There are t o modes to en"oy hold function& ;! %ress the key during a call, and the call ill #e on hold! While a call is on hold, you can esta#lish another call #y dialing your desired num#er and confirm it #y the * #utton! %ressing the key again you ill resume the first call! By using hold function, you can talk ith only one party5 the other party ho is on hold can0t talk ith you! /f you press the ) #utton, you ill enter into : ways call. 2! /f the third party calls you during a call, the top led ould #link and the phone ould paly call aiting tone! %ress the key to hold the first call, and then you can talk ith the third party! By using hold function, you can talk ith only one party5 the other party ho is on hold can0t talk ith you! /f you press * key, phone ill hang up the first call, and then accept the ne incoming call! Notice& 6ou must ena#le the calling aiting, or else calling hold can0t ork!

:.0. The high"level operation


This 9o/% %hone provides more advanced functions after setting at the permission scope of 2/% server!

:.0.-. Special 6eys $eali)e Secondary #ial by #ialing for only one time When you make secondary dial in off-hook?handsfree mode, press key to postpone input! @ne hold<--= stands for 2 seconds! Aor e$ample, you input ;23--4,, the phone ill send +T8A<4,= 2 seconds after the phone call ;23! ;23------4, ill make phone send +T8A<4,= at 6 seconds interval! :.0.0. (all pickup
Ball pickup is implemented #y simulating pickup function of %BI! it0s that, hen : calls B, B rings #ut no ans er, at this moment, B can hook off and input an appointed prefi$ plus B0s num#er, pick up :0s call and talk ith : The follo ing chart sho s ho to configure an appointed prefi$ in dial peer to have call pick up function!

);) means appointed prefi$ code! :fter making the a#ove configuration, B can dial );) plus the phone num#er of B to pick up :0s call! 7ser can set prefi$ in random, in the case of no affecting current dialing rules!

:.0.:. Coin call


When B is calling B, : can "oin in the e$isting call #y inputting an appointed prefi$ num#ers plus B or B num#er, if B or B also supports "oin call The follo ing chart sho s ho to configure an appointed prefi$ in dialpeer to have "oin call function! )2) means appointed prefi$ code! :fter making the a#ove configuration, : can dial )2) plus B or B num#er to "oin B and B0s call! 7ser can set prefi$ in random, in the case of no affecting current dialing rules!

:.0.5. redialDunredial
/f B is in #usy line hen : calls B, : ill get notice& #usy, please hang up! /f : ants to connect B as soon as B is in idle, he can use redial function at the moment and he can dials an appointed prefi$ num#er plus B0s num#er to realiHe redial function! What is redial functionJ : can0t not #uild a call ith B hen B is in #usy, then : ill su#scri#e B0s calling mode at 60 second intervals! @nce B is availa#le, : ill get reminder of rings to hook off, hile : hooks off, : ill call B automatically! /f at this time : is occupied temporarily and un illing to contact B, : also can cancel the redial function #y dialing an appointed prefi$ plus B0s num#er #efore making the redial function!

)3) is appointed prefi$ code! :fter making the a#ove configuration, : can dial )3) plus B0s phone num#er to make the redial function! )4) is appointed prefi$ code! :fter configuration, : can dial )4) to cancel redial function! 7ser can set prefi$ in random, in the case of no affecting current dialing rules!

;0

:.0.<. (lick to dial


When user : #ro ses in an appointed We# page, user : can click to call user B via a link <this link to user B=, then user :0s phone ill ring, after : hooks off, the phone ill dial to B!

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5. Setting
5.-. Setting methods
9o/% %hone is different from the traditional phone5 it need #e set to make it active! /f your 9o/% service provider asks you to set this phone, you can do it easily according to the follo ing methods! This 9o/% %hone can #e set via three different setting methods& The e# #ro ser on %B Telnet This part ill tell you a#out the setting methods via the e# #ro ser on %B!

5.0. Setting via *eb rowse


When this phone and your %B are connected to your net ork, enter the /% address of the phone as the 73. <e!g! http&??$$$!$$$!$$$!$$$? or http&??$$$!$$$!$$$!$$$&$$$$?=! /f you do not kno the /% address, you can look it up #y /93 of .ocal /% in>uiry! :fter you enter the /% address, you ill see the follo ing e# interface! an port in this

This phone provides different t o privileges for different users to set it! The t o privileges are guest and administrator respectively! /n guest privilege, user can see #ut not modify 3egister?%ro$y 2ever :ddresses, ports of 2/% and advance 2/%! /n administrator privilege, user can see and modify all setting parameters! +efault value in guest privilege 7sername& guest %ass ord& guest +efault value in :dministrator privilege 7sername& admin %ass ord& admin /nput username and pass ord, click DlogonE, and you ill enter setting e# interface! There is a selection menu on the left side of the e# interface! Blick on the desired su#menu5 the current settings of this su#menu ill #e displayed in the larger field on the right! 6ou can no modify and store the values #y using mouse and key#oard of your %B! To save the changes, click on the su#menu DmaintenanceE and then click the DconfigE #utton and the D2aveE #utton on the right field!

5.:. (onfiguration via *4


5.:.-. %S!( 5.:.-.-. Status

7ield name
1et ork %hone 1um#er

4xplanation
2ho s the configuration information on W:1 and .:1 port, including the connect mode of W:1 port <2tatic, +4B%, %%%o'=, 8:B address, the /% address of W:1 port and .:1 port, @1 or @AA of +4B% mode of .:1 port! 2ho s the phone num#ers provided #y the 2/% ./1' ;-2 servers! The last line sho s the system version!

5.:.-.0. *i)ard

*i)ard
7ield Name 4xplanation

%lease select the proper net ork mode according to the net ork condition! BW206 provide three different net ork settings& 2tatic& /f your /2% server provides you the static /% address, please select this mode, and then finish 2tatic 8ode setting! /f you don0t kno a#out parameters of 2tatic 8ode setting, please ask your /2% for them! +4B%& /n this mode, you ill get the information from the +4B% server automatically5 need not to input this information artificially! %%%o'& /n this mode, your must input your :+2. account and pass ord! 6ou can also refer to 1et ork setting to speed setting your net ork! Bhoose 2tatic /% 8@+'clickN4ATcan config the net ork and 2/%<default 2/%;=easily, also can #ro se them too! Blick %(6can return to the last page!

2tatic /% :ddress 1etmask Kate ay +12 +omain %rimary +12 :lter +12

/nput the /% address distri#uted to you! /nput the 1etmask distri#uted to you! /nput the Kate ay address distri#uted to you! 2et +12 domain postfi$! When the domain hich you inputted can not #e parsed, phone ill automatically add this domain to the end of the domain hich you inputted #efore and parse it again! /nput your primary +12 server address! /nput your stand#y +12 server address!

+isplay 1ame 2erver :ddress 2erver %ort 7ser 1ame %ass ord %hone 1um#er 'na#le 3egister

/f user set the display name, callee ill sho this display name! /nput your 2/% server address! 2et your 2/% server port! /nput your 2/% register account name! /nput your 2/% register pass ord! /nput the phone num#er assigned #y your 9@/% service provider! 2tart to register or not #y selecting it or not!

+isplay detailed information that you manual config! Bhoose +4B% 8@+'clickN4ATto config simple 2/%<default 2/%;=! 6ou can #ro se it too! Blick %(6to return to the last page! .ike 2tatic /% 8@+' Bhoose %%%o' 8@+'clickN4ATto config the %%%o' account?pass ord and 2/%<default 2/%;=! 6ou can #ro se it too! Blick %(6to return to the last page! .ike 2tatic /% 8@+'

%%%o' 2erver 7sername

/t ill #e provided #y /2%! /nput your :+2. account!


;4

%ass ord /nput your :+2. pass ord! 1otice& Blick 7inish #utton after finish your setting, /% %hone automatically and re#oot! :fter re#oot, you can dial #y the 2/% account!

ill save the setting

5.:.-.:. (all 8og 6ou can look up all the outgoing calls through this page!

(all 8og
7ield name
2tart Time .ast Time Balled 1um#er

explanation
+isplay the start time of the outgoing call +isplay the conversation time of the outgoing call! +isplay the account?protocol?line of the outgoing call!

5.:.-.5. ;;! S4T

;;! S4T
7ield name
.anguage 2et

explanation
2et the language of phone, 'nglish is default!

5.:.0. Network 5.:.0.-. *%N (onfig

*%N (onfig
7ield Name explanation

;,

:ctive /% Burrent 1etmask 8:B :ddress Burrent Kate ay Ket 8:B Time

The current /% address of the phone! The current 1etmask address! The current 8:B address of the phone! The current Kate ay /% address! 2ho s the time of getting 8:B address

%lease select the proper net ork mode according to the net ork condition! A96030 provide three different net ork settings& 2tatic& /f your /2% server provides you the static /% address, please select this mode, and then finish 2tatic 8ode setting! /f you don0t kno a#out parameters of 2tatic 8ode setting, please ask your /2% for them! +4B%& /n this mode, you ill get the information from the +4B% server automatically5 need not to input this information artificially! %%%o'& /n this mode, your must input your :+2. account and pass ord! 6ou can also refer to 3!2!; 1et ork setting to speed setting your net ork!

/f you use static mode, you need set it! /% :ddress /nput the /% address distri#uted to you! 1etmask /nput the 1etmask distri#uted to you! Kate ay /nput the Kate ay address distri#uted to you! 2et +12 domain postfi$! When the domain hich you inputted can +12 +omain not #e parsed, phone ill automatically add this domain to the end of the domain hich you inputted #efore and parse it again! %rimary +12 /nput your primary +12 server address! :lter +12 /nput your stand#y +12 server address! 2elect it to use +4B% mode to get +12 address! /f you disa#le it, you ill use static +12 server! The default is ena#ling it!

/f you uses %%%o' mode you need to make the a#ove setting! %%%o' 2erver /t ill #e provided #y /2%! 7sername /nput your :+2. account! %ass ord /nput your :+2. pass ord! 1otice& ;Blick D:pplyE #utton after finished your setting, /% %hone ill save the setting automatically and ne setting ill take effect! 2/f you modify /% address, the e# ill not response #y the old /% address! 6our need input ne /% address in the address column to logon in the phone! 3/f net orks /+ hich is distri#uted #y +4B% server is same as net ork /+ hich is used #y .:1 of system, phone ill use the +4B% /% to set W:1, and modify .:10s net orks /+<for e$ample, system ill change .:1 /% from ;(2!;6L!;0!; to ;(2!;6L!;;!;= hen phone uses +4B% client to get /% in startup5 if phone uses +4B% client to get /% in running
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status and net ork /+ is also same as .:10s, phone ill refuse to accept the /% to configure W:1!

5.:.0.0. ?oS (onfig


The 9@/% phone support L02!;F?% protocol and +iff2erv configuration! 9.:1 functionality can use different 9.:1 /+s #y setting signal?voice 9.:1 and data 9.:1! The 9.:1 application of this phone is very fle$i#le!

/n chart ;, there is a layer 2 s itches ithout setting 9.:1! :ny #roadcast frame ill #e transmitted to the other ports e$cept the send port! Aor e$ample, a #roadcast information is sent out from port ; then transmitted to port 2,3and 4! /n chart 2, red and #lue indicate t o different 9.:1s in the s itch, and port ; and port 2 #elong to red 9.:1, port 3 and port 4 #elong to #lue 9.:1! /f a #roadcast frame is sent out from port ;, s itch ill transmit it to port 2, the other port in the red 9.:1 and not transmit it to port3 and port 4 in #lue 9.:1! By this means, 9.:1 divide the #roadcast domain via restricting the range of #roadcast frame transmition! 1ote& chart 2 use red and #lue to identify the different 9.:1, #ut in practice, 9.:1 uses different 9.:1 /+s to identify!

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?oS (onfiguration
7ield name
9.:1 'na#le 9.:1 /+ Bheck 'na#le

explanation
Before select it to ena#le 9.:1, you need ena#le Bridge mode in .:1 config! 'na#le 9.:1 /+ check #y selecting it! :fter ena#le 9.:1 /+ check, if 9.:1 /+ of a data package is not the same ith the phone0s or a data package do not have 9.:1 /+, the data package ill #e discarded! :fter ena#le 9.:1, system ill set packets ith different type of 9.:1 /+! 7ndifferentiated means after using 9.:1, #oth 9o/% packets and other data packets ill use the voice 9.:1 /+5 tag differentiated means after using 9.:1, 9o/%<signal and voice= packets ill add voice 9.:1 /+, and other data packets ill add data 9.:1 /+5 data untagged means after using 9.:1, only 9o/% packets ill add voice 9.:1 /+! @ther data packets ill not use 9.:1! 2elect it or not to 'na#le or disa#le +iff2erv! 2et +iff2erv value, the common value is 0$00! 2pecify L02!;% %riority of voice?signal data package! 2et L02!;p of data 9.:1! 1on-9o/% data <such as http, telnet, ping etc= ill use this value to set 9.:1 package! 2et 9.:1 /+ of voice?signal data package! 2et L02!;> of data 9.:1 /+! 1on-9o/% data <such as http, telnet, ping etc= ill use this value to set 9.:1 package!

9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated

+iff2erv 'na#le +iff2erv 9alue 9oice L02!;% %riority +ata L02!;% %riority 9oice 9.:1 /+ +ata 9.:1 /+

1@T/B' ;2tartup 9.:1, if set 9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated as 7ndifferentiated, all packets ill use the 9oice 9.:1 /+ as the tag! 2= 2tartup 9.:1, if set 9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated as tag differentiated and disa#les the +iff2erv, then system ill not distinguish the voice and data, all packets ill use the 9oice 9.:1 /+ as the tag! 3= 2tartup 9.:1, if set 9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated as tag differentiated and ena#les the +iff2erv, then system ill distinguish the voice and data and add the 9.:1 /+ each other! 4= 2tartup 9.:1, if set 9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated as data untagged, then the packet of the signal?voice ill use the 9oice 9.:1 /+ as the tag, #ut the data packets ill not take the 9.:1 tag! ,= /f +isa#le the 9.:1, regardless to set the 9oice?+ata 9.:1 differentiated or not, all packets ill not take the 9.:1 tag5 /f ena#le the +iff2erv, all packets ill only take the +iff2erv value! 6= user need notice, ena#le the 9.:1 /+ Bheck 'na#le that is default, /f ena#le it, the phone ill match the 9.:1 /+ strictly! When othersN 9.:1 /+ doesn0t match ith us, the
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packets ill discard! Bontrarily, the phone ill accept the packets ith the distinct 9.:1 /+! M= 6ou must gain the /% ith the 2tatic mode hen you set 9.:1, other ise canNt gain the /% in the 9.:1 and also can not dial ith point to point!

5.:.0.:. Service Port 6ou can set the port of telnet?4TT%?3T% #y this page!

S4$2!(4 PO$T
7ield name
4TT% %ort

explanation
set e# #ro se port, the default is L0 portif you ant to enhance system safetyyouNd #etter change it into non-L0 standard port '$ample& The /% address is ;(2!;6L!;!M0! and the port value is L0(0, the accessing address is http&??;(2!;6L!;!M0&L0(0 2et Telnet %ort, the default is 23! 6ou can change the value into others! '$ample& The /% address is ;(2!;6L!;!M0! the telnet port value is L023, the accessing address is telnet ;(2!;6L!;!M0 L023 2et the 3T% /nitial %ort! /t is dynamic allocation! 2et the ma$imum >uantity of 3T% %ort, the default is 200!

Telnet %ort

3T% /nitial %ort 3T% %ort Fuantity Notice9 ;6ou need save the configuration and re#oot the phone after set this page! 2/f you modify the port of Telnet and 4TT%, you ould #etter set the value more than ;024 #ecause the port value less than ;024 is system port reserved! 3if you set 0 for the 4TT% port, it ill disa#le 4TT% service!

5.:.0.5. SNTP
2etting time Hone and 21T% <2imple 1et ork Time %rotocol= server according to your location, you can also manually ad"ust date and time in this e# page.

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SNTP
7ield name
2erver Time Oone Time @ut ;2 4ours 2ystems 21T% 'na#le +aylight Time shift<minutes= 8onth Week +ay 4our 8inute

explanation
2et 21T% 2erver /% address! 2elect the Time Hone according to your location! 2et the time out, the default is 60 seconds! 2 itch the time mechanism #et een ;2 hours and 24 hours! +efault is 24 hours mode 2elect the 21T%, and click :pply to make the 21T% Times effective! 'na#le daylight saving time 2etup the variety length 2etup stat and end month 2etup start and end eek 2etup start and end day 2etup start and end hours 2etup start and end minutes

1otice& 6ou need specify the a#ove all items!

5.:.:. 2O!P 5.:.:.-. S!P (onfig


2et your 2/% server in the follo ing interface!

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S!P (onfig
7ield name explanation

Bhoose line to set info a#out 2/%, there are 2 lines to choose! 6ou can s itch #y 8oad #utton! 3egister 2tatus 2ho s if the phone has #een registered the 2/% server or not5 or so, sho 7napplied5 2erver 1ame 2et the server name! 2erver :ddress /nput your 2/% server address! 2erver %ort 2et your 2/% server port! :ccount 1ame /nput your 2/% register account name! %ass ord /nput your 2/% register pass ord!
2;

%hone 1um#er +isplay 1ame %ro$y 2erver :ddress

%ro$y 2erver %ort %ro$y 7sername %ro$y %ass ord +omain 3ealm 'na#le 3egister 3egister '$pire Time 1:T -eep :live /nterval 7ser :gent 2ignal -ey 8edia -ey .ocal port 3ing type 2u#scri#e '$pire Time Bonference 1um#er 'na#le +12 239 'na#le 2u#scri#e 'na#le -eep :uthentication 1:T -eep :live

/nput the phone num#er assigned #y your 9o/% service provider! %hone ill not register if there is no phone num#er configured! 2et the display name! 2et pro$y server /% address7sually, 3egister 2/% 2erver configuration is the same as %ro$y 2/% 2erver! But if your 9o/% service provider give different configurations #et een 3egister 2/% 2erver and %ro$y 2/% 2erver, you need make different settings! 2et your %ro$y 2/% server port! /nput your %ro$y 2/% server account! /nput your %ro$y 2/% server pass ord! 2et the sip domain if needed, other ise this 9o/% phone ill use the 3egister server address as sip domain automatically! <7sually it is same ith registered server and pro$y server /% address=! 2tart to register or not #y selecting it or not! 2et e$pire time of 2/% server register, default is 60 seconds! /f the register time of the server re>uested is longer or shorter than the e$pire time set, the phone ill change automatically the time into the time recommended #y the server, and register again! 2et e$amining interval of the server, default is 60 seconds 2et the user agent if have, the default is 9o/% %hone ;!0 2et the key for signal encryption 2et the key for 3T% encryption 2et sip port of each line 2et ring type of each line 2et the interval of 2u#scri#e! 2et the server conference num#er to "oin the room 2upport +12 looking up ith Psip!udp mode 'na#le 2u#scri#e! 'na#le?+isa#le -eep :uthentication! 'na#le?+isa#le keeps 1:T of 2/% alive! /f some server refuse to register ith too short interval time, and has no packets sending to device in private net ork to keep 1:T alive, user could set this function @1! /t need set the keep alive interval time less than the 1:T server0s! 'na#le?+isa#le system to support 3AB3,L;! 9ia rport is special ay to realiHe 2/% 1:T! 'na#le or disa#le 2/% %3:B- function, suggest use the default config! 2et more parameters in contact field5 connection ith 2'8 server Bonvert * to Q23 hen send the 73/! 2et call out #y pro$y ithout registration5 2et to #an :nonymous Ball5 2elect call for ard mode, the default is @ff @ffBlose do n calling for ard Busy/f the phone is #usy, incoming calls ill #e for arded to the appointed phone! 1o ans er /f there is no ans er, incoming calls ill #e for arded to the appointed phone! :l ays/ncoming calls ill #e for arded to the appoint phone directly! The phone ill %rompt the incoming hile doing for ard! :ppoint your for ard phone num#er!
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'na#le 9ia rport 'na#le %3:B.ong Bontact 'na#le 73/ Bonvert +ial Without 3egister Ban :nonymous Ball Aor ard Type

Aor ard %hone 1um#er

2erver Type

+T8A 8ode

3AB %rotocol 'dition Transport %rotocol 3AB %rivacy 'dition Transfer '$pire Time 'na#le Bonference 1um#er 'na#le +isplay name Fuote Blick to Talk 2ignal 'ncode 3T% 'ncode 'na#le 2ession Timer :ns er With 2ingle Bodec :uto TB% 'na#le 2trict %ro$y 'na#le K377

2elect the special type of server hich is encrypted, or has some uni>ue re>uirements or call flo s! 2elect +T8A sending mode, there are three modes& +T8AP3'.:6 +T8AP3AB2L33 +T8AP2/%P/1A@ +ifferent 9o/% 2ervice providers may provide different modes! 2elect 2/% protocol version to adapt for the 2/% server hich uses the same version as you select! Aor e$ample, if the server is B/2B@,300, you need to change to 3AB2,435 else phone may not cancel call normally! 2ystem uses 3AB326; as default! 2et transport protocols, TB% or 7+%5 2et :nonymous call out safely5 2upport 3AB3323and 3AB332,5 The phone send #ye and end the call as soon as hang up! 'na#le?+isa#le conference 2et to make >uotation mark to display name as the phone sends out signal, in order to #e compati#le ith server! 2et click to Talk <need practical soft are support=! 'na#le?+isa#le 2ignal 'ncrypt! 'na#le?+isa#le 3T% 'ncrypt! 2et 'na#le?+isa#le 2ession Timer, hether support 3AB402L!/t ill refresh the 2/% sessions! 'na#le?+isa#le the function hen call is incoming, phone replies 2/% message ith "ust one codec hich phone supports! 2et to use automatically TB% protocol to guarantee usa#ility of transport as message is a#ove ;300 #yte 2upport the special 2/% server- hen phone receives the pickets sent from server, phone ill use the source /% address, not the address in via field! 2et to support K377

5.:.:.0. Stun (onfig


/n this e# page, you can config 2/% 2T71! 2T71& By 2T71 server, the phone in private net ork could kno the type of 1:T and the 1:T mapping /% and port of 2/%! The phone might register itself to 2/% server ith glo#al /% and port to realiHe the device #oth calling and #eing called in private net ork!

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ST.N
7ield name
2T71 1:T Transverse 2T71 2erver :ddr 2T71 2erver %ort 2T71 'ffect Time .ocal 2/% %ort

explanation
2ho s 2T71 1:T Transverse estimation, true means 2T71 can penetrate 1:T, hile Aalse means not! 2et your 2/% 2T71 2erver /% address 2et your 2/% 2T71 2erver %ort 2et 2T71 'ffective Time! /f 1:T server finds that a 1:T mapping is idle after time out, it ill release the mapping and the system need send a 2T71 packet to keep the mapping effective and alive! 2et the 2/% port!

Bhoose line to set info a#out 2/%, There are 2 lines to choose! 6ou can s itch #y 8oad #utton! 7se 2tun 'na#le?+isa#le 2/% 2T71! Notice9 2/% 2T71 is used to realiHe 2/% penetration to 1:T! /f your phone configures 2T71 2erver /% and %ort <default is 34ML=, and ena#le 2/% 2tun, you can use the ordinary 2/% 2erver to realiHe penetration to 1:T!

5.:.:.:. #!%8 P44$ setting


This functionality offers you more fle$i#le dial rule, you can refer to the follo ing content to kno ho to use this dial rule! When you ant to dial an /% address, the entry of /% addresses is very cum#ersome, #ut #y this functionality, you can set num#er ;,6 to replace ;(2!;6L!;!;;( here!

When you ant to dial a long distance call to Bei"ing, you need dial an area code 0;0 #efore local phone num#er, #ut you can also dial num#er ; instead of 0;0 after e make a setting according to this dial rule! Aor e$ample, you ant to dial 0;0622;3;23, #ut you need dial only ;622;3;23 to realiHe your long distance call after you make this setting! To save the memory and avoid a#undant input of user, add the follo functions&

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;$ 8atch any single digit that is dialed! /f user makes the a#ove configuration, after user dials ;; digit num#ers started phone ill send out 0 plus the dialed num#ers automatically!
of digits!

ith ;3, the

2RS 2pecifies a range that ill match digit! /t may #e a range, a list of ranges separated #y commas, or a list /f user makes the a#ove configuration, after user dials ;; digit num#ers started ith from ;3, to ;3(, the phone ill send out 0 plus the dialed num#ers automatically!
7se this phone you can realiHe dialing out via different lines ithout s itch in e# interface!

#!%8 P44$
7ield name explanation
There are t o types of matching conditions& one is full matching, the other is prefi$ matching! /n the Aull matching, you need input your desired phone num#er in this #lank, and then you need dial the phone num#er to realiHe calling to hat the phone num#er is mapped! /n the prefi$ matching, you need input your desired prefi$ num#er and T5 then dial the prefi$ and a phone num#er to realiHe calling to hat your prefi$ num#er is mapped! The prefi$ num#er supports at most 30 digits 2et +estination address! This is optional config item! /f you ant to set peer to peer call, please input destination /% address or domain name! /f you ant to use this dial rule in 2/%2 line, you need input 2,,!2,,!2,,!2,, or 0!0!0!2 in it! 2et the 2ignal port, the default is ,060 for 2/%! 2et alias! This is optional config item! /f you don0t set :lias, it ill sho no alias!
2,

%hone num#er

+estination %ort :lias

1ote& There are four types of aliases! ;= add& $$$, it means that you need dial $$$ in front of phone num#er, hich ill reduce dialing num#er length! 2= all& $$$, it means that $$$ ill replace some phone num#er! 3= del& /t means that phone ill delete the num#er ith length appointed! 4= 3ep& /t means that phone ill replace the num#er ith length and num#er appointed! 6ou can refer to the follo ing e$amples of different alias application to kno more ho to use different aliases and this dial rule! Ball 8ode 2elect different signal protocol, 2/% 2uffi$ 2et suffi$, this is optional config item! /t ill sho no suffi$ if you don0t set it! +elete .ength 2et delete length! This is optional config item! Aor e$ample& if the delete length is 3, the phone ill delete the first 3 digits then send out the rest digits! 6ou can refer to e$amples of different alias application to kno ho to set delete length! /ntroduction of ho to set up dial-peer to implement s itch #et een multi- 2/% lines

(T mapping& /f you have registered a 2/%; server and set dial-peer according to the a#ove ta#leall calls ill #e sent via 2/%; server hen you press the numeric key D(E in front of dialing destination phone num#ers! LT mapping& /f you have registered a %rivate 2/%2 server and set dial-peer according to the a#ove ta#leall calls ill #e sent via 2/%2 server hen you press the numeric key DLE in front of dialing destination phone num#ers! 4xamples of different alias application Set by web explanation example

6ou need set phone num#er, /f you dial D(3333E, +estination, :lias and +elete the 2/%2 server ill .ength! receive D3333E %hone num#er is IIIT5 +estination is 2,,!2,,!2,,!2,, and :lias is del! This means any phone 1o! that starts ith your set phone num#er ill #e sent via 2/%2 line after the first several digits of your dialed phone num#er are deleted according to delete length! This setting ill realiHe speed When you dial D2E, dial function, after you dialing the 2/%; server ill the numeric key D2E, the num#er receive 33334444 after all ill #e sent out!

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The phone ill automatically send out alias num#er adding your dialed num#er, if your dialed num#er starts ith your set phone num#er!

When you dial DL30(D, the 2/%; server ill receive D0M,,L30(E

6ou need set %hone 1um#er, :lias and +elete .ength! %hone num#er is IIIT and :lias is rep&$$$ /f your dialed phone num#er starts ith your set phone num#er, the first digits same as your set phone num#er ill #e replaced #y the alias num#er specified and 1e phone num#er ill #e send out!

When you dial D0;0622LE, the 2/%; server ill receive DL6;0622LE

/f your dialed phone num#er When you dial D;4ME, starts ith your set phone the 2/%; server ill num#er! The phone ill send receive D;4M00;;E out your dialed phone num#er adding suffi$ num#er!

5.:.5. Phone 5.:.5.-. #SP (onfig


/n this page, you can configure voice codec, input?output volume and so on!

2M

#SP (onfiguration
7ield name
Airst Bodec 2econd Bodec Third Bodec Aorth Bodec Aifth Bodec 2i$th Bodec /nput 9olume 4andfree 9olume KM2( %ayload .ength 4anddo n Time @utput 9olume 3ing 9olume KM22 Timestamps KM23 Bit 3ate +efault 3ing Type 2ignal 2tandard 9:+ +tmf payload type

explanation
The fist preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(, K!M26 The second preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(,K!M26 The third preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(,K!M26 The forth preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(,g!M26 The fifth preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(, K!M26 The si$th preferential +2% codec& K!M;;:?u, K!M22, K!M23, K!M2(, K!M26 2pecify /nput <8/B= 9olume grade! 2pecify 4andfree 9olume grade 2et KM2( %ayload .ength 2pecify the least reflection time of 4anddo n, the default is 200ms! 2pecify @utput <receiver= 9olume grade! 2pecify 3ing 9olume grade ;60?20ms or 320?20ms is availa#le ,!3k#?s or 6!3k#?s is availa#le 2et up the ring #y default 2elect 2ignal 2tandard! 2elect it or not to ena#le or disa#le 9:+! /f ena#le 9:+, KM2( %ayload length could not #e set over 20ms! 2et up +T8A payload type

5.:.5.0. (all Service


/n this e# page, you can configure 4otline, Ball Transfer, Ball Waiting, 3 Ways Ball, Black .ist, hite list .imit .ist and so on!

2L

(all Service
7ield name
4otline 1o :ns er Time %2% /% %refi$ 'na#le Ball Transfer 'na#le Ball Waiting 'na#le Three Way Ball :ccept :ny Ball :uto :ns er Ban @utgoing :uto handdo n :uto 4anddo n Time +o 1ot +istur# Black .ist

explanation
2pecify 4otline num#er! /f you set the num#er, you can not dial any other num#ers! 2pecify 1o :ns er Time 2et %refi$ in peer to peer /% call! Aor e$ample& hat you ant to dial is ;(2!;6L!;!;;(, /f you define %2% /% %refi$ as ;(2!;6L!;!, you dial only *;;( to reach ;(2!;6L!;!;;(! +efault is D!E! /f there is no D!E 2et, it means to disa#le dialing /%! 'na#le Ball Transfer #y selecting it! 'na#le Ball Waiting #y selecting it! 'na#le Three Way Ball /f select it, the phone ill accept the call even if the called num#er is not #elong to the phone! /f select it, the phone ill auto ans er hen there is an incoming call! /f you select Ban @utgoing to ena#le it, and you can not dial out any num#er! The phone ill hang up and return to stand#y automatically at hands-free mode :fter this time, the phone ill hang up and return to stand#y automatically at hands-free mode 2elect 1@ +istur#, the phone ill re"ect any incoming call, the callers ill #e reminded #y #usy, #ut any outgoing call from the phone ill ork ell!

2et :dd?+elete Black list! /f user does not ant to ans er some phone calls, add these phone num#ers to the Black .ist, and these calls ill #e re"ected! $ and ! are ildcard! $ means matching any single digit! for e$ample, 4$$$ e$presses any num#er ith prefi$ 4 hich length is 4 ill #e for#idden to dialed out +@T <!= means matching any ar#itrary num#er digit! for e$ample, 6! e$presses any num#er ith prefi$ 6 ill #e for#idden to dial out! /f user ants to allo a num#er or a series of num#er incoming, he may add the num#er<s= to the list as the hite list rule! the configuration rule is -num#er, for e$ample, -;234,6, or -;234$$
8eans any incoming num#er is for#idden e$cept for 4;;( 1ote& 'nd ith +@T <!= hen set up the hite list

.imit .ist

2et :dd?+elete .imit .ist! %lease input the prefi$ of those phone num#ers hich you for#id the phone to dial out! Aor e$ample, if you ant to for#id those phones of 00; as prefi$ to #e dialed out, you need input 00; in the #lank of limit list, and then you can not dial out any phone num#er hose prefi$ is 00;! $ and! are ildcard! $ means matching any single digit! for e$ample, 4$$$ e$presses any num#er ith prefi$ 4 hich length is 4 ill #e for#idden to dialed out ! means matching any ar#itrary num#er digit! Aor e$ample, 6! e$presses any num#er ith prefi$ 6 ill #e for#idden to dialed out!

1otice& Black .ist and .imit .ist can record at most;0 items respectively!

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5.:.5.:. #igital ;ap (onfiguration


This phone supports 4 dial modes& ;=! 'nd ith D*E& dial your desired num#er, and then press *! 2=! Ai$ed .ength& the phone ill intersect the num#er according to your specified length! 3=! Time @ut& :fter you stop dialing and aiting time out, system ill send the num#er collected! 4=! 7ser defined& you can customiHe digital map rules to make dialing more fle$i#le! /t is realiHed #y defining the prefi$ of phone num#er and num#er length of dialing! /n order to keep some usersN secondary dialing manner hen dialing the e$ternal line ith p#$, phone can #e added a special rule to realiHe it! 2o user can dial a num#er as e$ternal line prefi$ and get the secondary dial tone to keep dial the e$ternal num#er! :fter finishing dialing, phone ill send the prefi$ and e$ternal num#er totally to their server! Aor e$ample, there is a rule (,$$$$$$$$ in the digital map ta#le! :fter dialing (, phone ill send the secondary dial tone, user may keep going dialing! :fter finished, phone ill call the num#er hich starts ith (, actually the num#er sent out is (-digit ith (!

#igital ;ap (onfiguration


7ield name
'nd ith T*T Ai$ed .ength Time out

explanation
2et 'na#le?+isa#le the phone ended ith D*E dial! 2pecify the Ai$ed .ength of phone ending ith! 2et the timeout of the last dial digit! The call ill #e sent after timeout!

Belo is user-defined digital map rule& RS 2pecifies a range that ill match digit! 8ay #e a range, a list of ranges separated #y commas, or a list of digits! $ 8atch any single digit that is dialed! ! 8atch any ar#itrary num#er of digits including none! Tn /ndicates an additional time out period #efore digits are sent of n seconds in length! n is mandatory and can have a value of 0 to ( seconds! Tn must #e the last 2 characters of a dial plan! /f Tn is not specified it is assumed to #e T0 #y default on all dial plans!

R;-LS$$$& Bause e$tensions ;000-L((( to #e dialed immediately ($$$$$$$& Bause L digit num#ers started ith ( to #e dialed immediately
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(;;& Bause (;; to #e dialed immediately after it is entered! ((T4& Bause (( to #e dialed after 4 seconds! ((;;$!T4& Bause any num#er started ith ((;; to #e dialed 4 seconds after dialing ceases! Notice9 'nd ith D*E, Ai$ed .ength, Time out and +igital 8ap Ta#le can #e used simultaneously, 2ystem ill stop dialing and send num#er according to your set rules!

5.:.5.5. 7.N(T!ON 64+ (onfiguration


This phone supports ;0 memory keys for speed dial! 6ou could save ;0 num#ers from A; to A;0! Then you could lift handset and press An num#er to dial the num#er directly!

5.:.<. ;aintenance 5.:.<.-. %uto Provision

%uto Provision
7ield name
Burrent Bonfig 9ersion 2erver :ddress 7sername

explanation
2ho the current config file0s version! 2et AT%?TAT%?4TT% server /% address for auto update! The address can #e /% address or +omain name ith su#directory! 2et AT% server 7sername! 2ystem ill use anonymous if username
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%ass ord Bonfig Aile 1ame

keep #lank! 2et AT% server %ass ord! 2et configuration file0s name hich need to update! 2ystem ill use 8:B as config file name if config file name keep #lank! Aor e$ample, 000;0203040,! /nput the 'ncrypt -ey, if the configuration file is encrypted! 2elect the %rotocol type AT%TAT% or 4TT%! 2et update interval time, unit is hour! +ifferent update modes& ;! +isa#le& means no update 2! 7pdate after re#oot& means update after re#oot! 3! 7pdate at time interval& means periodic update! /f this option is ena#led, TAT% server address defaults to the value of option 66

Bonfig 'ncrypt -ey %rotocol Type 7pdate /nterval Time 7pdate 8ode 'na#le +4B% @ption 66

5.:.<.0. Syslog (onfig


2yslog is a protocol hich is used to record the log messages ith client?server mechanism! 2yslog server receives the messages from clients, and classifies them #ased on priority and type! Then these messages ill #e ritten into log #y some rules hich administrator can configure! This is a #etter ay for log management! L levels in de#ug information& .evel 0---emergency& This is highest default de#ug info level! 6ou system can not ork! .evel ;---alert& 6our system has deadly pro#lem! .evel 2---critical& 6our system has serious pro#lem! .evel 3---error& The error ill affect your system orking! .evel 4--- arning& There are some potential dangers! But your system can ork! .evel ,---notice& 6our system orks ell in special condition, #ut you need to check its orking environment and parameter! .evel 6---info& the daily de#ugging info! .evel M---de#ug& the lo est de#ug info! %rofessional de#ugging info for 3U+ person! :t present, the lo est level of de#ug information send to 2yslog is info, de#ug level only can #e displayed on telnet!

Syslog (onfiguration
7ield name
2erver /% 2erver %ort 8K3 .og .evel 2/% .og .evel 'na#le 2yslog

explanation
2et 2yslog server /% address! 2et 2yslog server port! 2et the level of 8K3 log! 2et the level of 2/% log! 2elect it or not to ena#le or disa#le syslog!

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5.:.<.:. (onfig Setting

(onfig Setting
7ield name
2ave Bonfig Backup Bonfig

explanation
6ou can save all changes of configurations! Blick the 2ave #utton, all changes of configuration ill #e saved, and #e effective immediately! ! 3ight clicks on D3ight click hereGE and select D2ave Target :sG!E then you ill save the config file in !t$t format 7ser can restore factory default configuration and re#oot the phone! /f you login as :dmin, the phone ill reset all configurations and restore factory default5 if you login as Kuest, the phone ill reset all configurations e$cept for 9o/% accounts <2/%;-2= and version num#er!

Blear Bonfig

5.:.<.5. .pdate
6ou can update your configuration ith your config file in this e# page!

.pdate
7ield name
We# 7pdate 2erver

explanation
Blick the #ro se #utton, find out the config file saved #efore or provided #y manufacturer, do nload it to the phone directly, press D7pdateE to save! 6ou can also update do nloaded update file, ring, mmiset file #y e#! 2et the AT%?TAT% server address for do nload?upload! The address
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can #e /% address or +omain name ith su#directory! 2et the AT% server 7sername for do nload?upload! 2et the AT% server pass ord for do nload?upload! 2et the name of update file or config file! The default name is the 8:B of the phone, such as 000;0203040,! Notice9 6ou can modify the e$ported config file! :nd you can also do nload config file hich includes several modules that need to #e imported! Aor e$ample, you can do nload a config file "ust keep ith 2/% module! :fter re#oot, other modules of system still use previous setting and are not lost! :ction type that system ant to e$ecute ;! :pplication update& do nload system update file Type 2! Bonfig file e$port& 7pload the config file to AT%?TAT% server, name and save it! 3! Bonfig fie import& +o nload the config file to phone from AT%?TAT% server! The configuration ill #e effective after the phone is reset! %rotocol 2elect AT%?TAT% server 7sername %ass ord Aile name

5.:.<.<. %ccount (onfig


6ou can add or delete user account, and change the authority of each user account in this e# page

%ccount (onfiguration
7ield name
-ey#oard %ass ord

explanation
2et the pass ord for entering the setting menu of the phone #y the phone0s key #oard! The pass ord is digit!

This ta#le sho s the current user e$isted! 7ser 1ame 2et account user name! 7ser .evel 2et user level, 3oot user has the right to modify configuration,
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Keneral can only read! %ass ord 2et the pass ord! Bonfirm Bonfirm the pass ord! 2elect the account and click the ;odify to modify the selected account, and click the #elete to delete the selected account! Keneral user only can add the user hose level is Keneral!

5.:.<.1. $eboot

/f you modified some configurations hich need the phone0s re#oot to #e effective, you need click the 3e#oot, then the phone ill re#oot immediately! Notice& Before re#oot, you need confirm that you have saved all configurations!!

5.:.1. Security 5.:.1.-. ;;! 7ilter

;;! 7ilter
7ser could make some device o n /%, to config and manage the phone! hich is pre-specified, access to the 88/ of the phone

7ield name

explanation

88/ Aileter /% Ta#le list&

:dd or delete the /% address segments that access to the phone! 2et initial /% address in the 2tart /% column, 2et end /% address in the 'nd /% column, and click :dd to add this /% segment! 6ou can also click +elete to delete the selected /% segment!
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2elect it or not to ena#le or disa#le 88/ Ailter! Blick %pply to make it effective! Notice9 +o not set your visiting /% outside the 88/ filter range5 other ise, you can not logon through the e#!

88/ Ailter

5.:.1.0. 7irewall

7irewall (onfiguration
/n this e# interface, you can set up fire all to prevent unauthoriHed /nternet users from accessing private net orks connected to the /nternet <input rule=, or prevent unauthoriHed private net ork devices from accessing the /nternet <output rule=! Aire all supports t o types of rules& inputPaccess rule and outputPaccess rule! 'ach type supports at most ;0 items! Through this e# page, you could set up and ena#le?disa#le fire all ith input?output rules! 2ystem could prevent unauthoriHed access, or access other net orks set in rules for security! Aire all, is also called access list, is a simple implementation of a Bisco-like access list <fire all=! /t supports t o access lists& one for filtering input packets, and the other for filtering output packets! 'ach kind of list could #e added ;0 items! We ill give you an instance for your reference!

7ield name
/nPaccess ena#le outPaccess ena#le /nput?@utput

explanation
2elect it to 'na#le inP access rule 2elect it to 'na#le outP access rule

2pecify current adding rule #y selecting input rule or output rule!


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2pecify current adding rule #y selecting +eny rule or %ermit rule! Ailter protocol type! 6ou can select TB%, 7+%, /B8%, or /%! 2et the filter %ort range 2et source address! /t can #e single /% address, net ork address, complete address 0!0!0!0, or net ork address similar to )!)!)!0 2et the destination address! /t can #e /% address, net ork address, +es :ddr complete address 0!0!0!0, or net ork address similar to )!)!)!) 2et the source address0 mask! Aor e$ample, 2,,!2,,!2,,!2,, means 2rc 8ask "ust point to one host5 2,,!2,,!2,,!0 means point to a net ork hich net ork /+ is B type! 2et the destination address0 mask! Aor e$ample, 2,,!2,,!2,,!2,, +es 8ask means "ust point to one host5 2,,!2,,!2,,!0 means point to a net ork hich net ork /+ is B type! Blick the %dd #utton if you ant to add a ne output rule!

+eny?%ermit %rotocol Type %ort 3ange 2rc :ddr

Then ena#le outPaccess, and click the :pply #utton! 2o hen devices e$ecute to ping ;(2!;6L!;!;;L, system ill deny the re>uest to send icmp re>uest to ;(2!;6L!;!;;L for the outPaccess rule! But if devices ping other devices hich net ork /+ is ;(2!;6L!;!0, it ill #e normal!

Blick the #elete #utton to delete the selected rule!

5.:.=. 8ogout

Blick 8ogoutand you ill e$it e# page! /f you ant to enter it ne$t time, you need input user name and pass ord again!

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<. %ppendix
<.-. Specification
<.-.-. #evice specification !tem
:dapter</nput?@utput= W:1 %ort .:1 %o er Bonsumption @peration Temperature 3elative 4umidity 8ain Bhipset 2+3:8 Alash 2iHeW $ 4 $ + Weight

this 2o!P Phone

/nput&;00-2409:B ,0604H @utput&,9?;: ;0?;00Base- T 3V-4, for .:1, :uto 8+/I ;0?;00Base- T 3V-4, for %B, :uto 8+/I /dle&;!,W?:ctive&;!LW 040 ;06,Q Broadcom L8#its 28#its ;;!6WLW3 in!<2(,W20,WM,mm= 2!0Ml#!<0!(4kg=

<.-.0. 2oice 7eatures


2upport 2 lines 2/%, 2/% 2!0 <3AB326;= BodecK!M;;:?uK!M23; high?lo K!M2(, K!M22,K!M26 'cho cancellation 2upport K!;6L and hand-free can support (6ms 2upport 9:+B1K 1:T transverse& support 2T71 2upports full duple$! 2/% support 2/% domain2/% authenticationnone#asic 8+,+12 name of server, peer to peer 2/% support 2 servers, user can through each server to calling in and out +T8A&2/% info+T8A 3elay3AB2L33 2/% application& contain 2/% call for ard?transfer?holding? aiting?3 ay conference?%aging and intercom? click to dial?pickup? "oincall?redial?unredial! Ball control features& Ale$i#le dial map, support hotline, empty calling no! re"ect server, #lack list for re"ect, authenticated call, no distur# and so on! 2upport path, gruu 2upport 2/% %rivacy!

<.-.:. Network 7eatures


W:1?.:1& support Bridge mode! 2upport %%%o' for $+2. support 9.:1 2upport 2tun penetration 2upport +4B% get /% on W:1 port Fos supports +iffserv! support net ork tools& contain pingtrace routetelnet client

<.-.5. ;aintenance and ;anagement


The phone supports post mode, can update firm are #y post mode! 2upports different levels of administration! Ban upgrade firm are through #oot monitor access ith different authority support auto provisioning Ban config through We#, Telnet Ban upgrade firm are and configuration file through 4TT%, AT%, TAT% 2upport syslog