IP PBX Manual Appendix 9 Aastra Phones

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Appendix 9: aastra phones

Edit Phone Settings

Sections/ Fields
Description
Settings for Top Section of the Phone Setting
Many phone models have multiple areas where you can set keys. The TOP section typically refers to the keys around the LCD screen, or Soft keys.
Settings for Bottom Section of the Phone Setting Many phone models have multiple areas where you can set keys. The BOTTOM section typically refers to the Programmable keys. See Appendix 1 for details on key types.
Type Key type determines what function a key performs. A dropdown list shows which key types are available to the phone model you are working with.
Label This is the label associated with this key. If configured for a key around the LCD screen, this is what will display.
Value The value completes a key’s function. It may contain a number to dial special codes or allow you to select an extension from a dropdown list. Most key types do not require you to enter a value. For example, the Voicemail key does not require a value because the System Administrator determines it for the end user.
Key State Only necessary when configuring Soft Keys around the LCD screen. When checked, the key in question will display when the phone is in the states defined:


IdleNo current call activity

ConnectedA call is connected

OutgoingA call is being placed from the extension

IncomingA call is ringing the extension

STEPS:

  1. From the Extensions=>Destination page, find the extension you want to edit.
    • Click on the icon to the right of the extensions name. The Edit Phone Settings page appears.
    • Make the necessary changes to the settings for the phone the click the Save & Restart Phone button.
    • The PBX will update the configuration file and reboot the phone so that it can download the updated information for the keys.

Edit Advance Phone Settings

The advanced settings page varies by the type of phone you are configuring. The following outlines the advance parameters for IPitomy phones, as well as Aastra phones.

Edit Advance Phone SettingsIPitomy Phones


Sections/ Fields Description
Custom SIP Settings
Network
This defines whether the phone is communicating to the PBX over the LAN, WAN, or a Custom server address.

LANTells the phone to communicate to the local IP of the PBX

WANTell the phone to communicate to the public IP of the PBX, as entered under PBX SetupSIP

CustomTells the phone to communicate to the PBX via an IP you enter manually

Server
Displays the IP of the PBX as configured from the previous setting. If Network is set to Custom, this is where you would manually set the IP.
Time Settings
Network
Defines where the phone will get its time settings from.

PBXSets the PBX local IP as the time server for the phone

CustomAllows you to manually enter a time server for the phone.

Time Server
Displays the address the phone is using for its time server. When set to Custom this field allows you to manually enter the time server address.
Time Zone
Allows you to set the time zone the phone will use.

Systemthe phone follows the PBX time zone settings

CustomSelect from the dropdown of a number of time zone settings, allowing the phone to display a different time then the PBX would

Volume Controls
Microphone Mute
Default N; The IP550 phone will answer a page call and automatically engage Mute when this option is selected.
Auto-Answer Incoming Intercom
Default Y; If enabled, this will automatically answer incoming pages via speakerphone. If the user is on a call, the page will ring the extension instead.
Warn on Incoming Intercom
Default Y; If enabled the phone will play a tone alerting the user that their phone has answered a page with the speakerphone.
Call Waiting Tone
Default Y; If enabled the phone will play a tone while the extension is busy on a call alerting the user that another call is waiting.
Stutter Tone
Default N; Stutter Dial Tone is provided to alert a user that messages are waiting. It is presented to the user at the time the handset is taken off-hook or speakerphone button pressed from an idle state.
Handset Gain Level
Default 10; Gain can be loosely defined as volume. This setting allows the programmer to adjust the gain to the user’s handset. DREW what is the range?
Headset Gain Level
Default 10; Gain can be loosely defined as volume. This setting allows the programmer to adjust the gain to the user’s headset. DREW what is the range?
Other Options
Digit Timeout
Default 4; This is a counter that determines how long the telephone will wait between digits dialed before sending digits dialed by the user to the PBX. The shorter the time the faster the call will be placed, BUT short times mean that a user has to enter all digits without delaying more than this time period or the call will be routed with fewer than required digits and may not route properly.
Backlight
Default N; This is the backlight of the LCD display. Setting this option to yes will force the LCD backlight to remain ON at all times.
Backlight Time
Default 10; When the Backlight option above is set to “N” (default) this timer determines how long the backlight will remain ON following the last activity.
Display Call Waiting
Default Y; The IP550 has the ability to display cal waiting information on the display of a busy extension. If this is desired set this to Yes.
Display Missed Calls
Default Y; The IP550 telephone has the ability to display the number of calls that rang but were not answered. If desired, select Yes.
Disable Phone Forwarding
Default N; This option is provided to disable telephone (phone-based) Call Forward. This is often desired since the user may invoke a mode of Call Forwarding not desired and conflicting with call forward conditions implemented in PBX programming.

This is also beneficial in hospitality applications when a telephone is installed in a location where the user should not be given the ability to use cal forward.

Display Softkey Dots
Default N; The IP550 has been enhanced to provide an alignment “Dot” at the edge of the display for each of the Softkey function prompts. For users that find it difficult to associate Softkey prompts to Softkeys, enable this option.

STEPS:

  1. From the Extensions=>Destination page, find the extension you want to edit.
  2. Click on the icon to the right of the extensions name. The Edit Phone Settings page appears.
  3. Click the Advanced Settings link at the bottom of the page.
  • Make the necessary changes to the settings for the phone the click the Save & Restart Phone button. This will update the configuration file and when the phone reboots, it will download the new information.

Edit Advance Phone SettingsAastra Phones

Sections/ Fields
Description
Display Section
Caller's List
If Enabled, the Missed/Dialed/Answered calls on Aastra phones will display.
Custom Sip Settings
Network
This defines whether the phone is communicating to the PBX over the LAN, WAN, or a Custom server address.

LANTells the phone to communicate to the local IP of the PBX

WANTell the phone to communicate to the public IP of the PBX, as entered under PBX Setup=>SIP

CustomTells the phone to communicate to the PBX via an IP you enter manually

Server
Displays the IP of the PBX as configured from the previous setting. If Network is set to Custom, this is where you would manually set the IP.
Time Settings
Network
Defines where the phone will get its time settings from.

PBXSets the PBX local IP as the time server for the phone

CustomAllows you to manually enter a time server for the phone.

Time Server
Displays the address the phone is using for its time server. When set to Custom this field allows you to manually enter the time server address.
Time Zone
Allows you to set the time zone the phone will use.

Systemthe phone follows the PBX time zone settings

CustomSelect from the dropdown of a number of time zone settings, allowing the phone to display a different time then the PBX would

Volume Controls
Headset Transmit Gain
Applies to Aastra Only - This allows you to set the gain on the transmission of calls made using a headset.
Headset Side Tone Gain
Applies to Aastra Only - This allows you to set the gain on for the headset side tone.
Handset Transmit Gain
Applies to Aastra Only - This allows you to set the gain on the transmission of calls made using the handset.
Handset Side Tone Gain
Applies to Aastra Only - This allows you to set the gain on the handset side tone.
Microphone Mute
This defines if the phone will answer a page in a muted state.
Allow Intercom Barge In
Applies to Aastra Only - If enabled, this allows a page to place your current active call on hold, and answers the page with the speaker phone.
Switch UI Focus to Ringing Line
Applies to Aastra Only - Aastra phones switch the UI Focus to the line ringing in.
Aastra Expansion Modules
Module Type
This allows you to change the type of module for the phone.


IMPORTANT: Changing this parameter will delete the existing module key settings.


STEPS:

  1. From the Extensions=>Destination page, find the extension you want to edit.
  • Click on the icon to the right of the extensions name. The Edit Phone Settings page appears.
  • Click on the Advanced Settings link. The Advanced Settings page for the phone appears.
  • Make the necessary changes to the settings for the phone the click the Save & Restart Phone button. This will update the configuration file and when the phone reboots, it will download the new information.
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