LIP-8002/8002A IP Phone User Guide for iPECS Please read this guide carefully before operating your set. Retain this guide for future reference.
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Do not use during lightning storms. Lightning presents a potential shock hazard. Clean the LIP-8002/8002A Phone with a soft dry cloth; do not use liquid cleaners. Always use caution when connecting to AC power. Use only with a properly grounded standard AC power outlet.
Muting a Call..........................7 3.14. Accessing Your Voice Mail ......................7 3.15. Hotline/Warm-Line ........................8 Advanced Services and the LIP-8002/8002A Phone LCD Menu ......9 4.1. Using the Call Logs Menu......................9 4.2. Using the Phone Book Menu ......................9 Setting Your Preferences..................10 5.1.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 5.9. Language Setting........................16 Appendix A Dial Pad Character Set ................... 17...
IP network. Features available to LIP-8002/8002A Phone through SIP call servers are similar to those of a conventional business telephone. In addition to the features described in this guide, your call server may provide additional features, often using dialed feature codes.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide The figure below shows other major components of LIP-8002/8002A Phone. These components include: Handset Speaker and microphone Message Wait Indicator (Message LED) LCD (128 by 32 pixel), displays 2-lines ...
The figure below shows the cable connections for your IP Phone. The LAN and desktop PC connections employ standard category 5 LAN cables terminated with RJ-45 connectors. The LIP-8002 supports PoE (Power over Ethernet) in accordance with the IEEE-802.1af industry standard. (The LIP-8002A doesn’t support PoE and can use only the supplied adaptor.) When connected to a PoE complaint LAN port, the...
Hang up the handset. If using the speakerphone, press the speakerphone button. 3.2. Placing a Call You place calls with the handset on-hook or off-hook. Similar to your mobile phone, the LIP-8002/8002A Phone uses a technique called ‘store and forward dialing’. After you dial a digit, the IP Phone waits about 3 seconds for additional digits.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 3.4. Announcing a Call Transfer Using Announcing a Call Transfer, you send an active call to another extension after announcing the call transfer to the receiving party. To transfer an active call: o Press the Transfer button. The active call status changes to hold and you receive dial tone.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 3.7. 3-Party Conference The IP Phone has a 3-Party Conference feature that lets you converse with two other parties simultaneously. To set-up a conference: o Place first call as normal. o Press the Conference button. The call status changes to hold and you receive dial tone.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 3.11. Speed Number Dialing Your LIP-8002/8002A Phone incorporates a Phone Book with up to 100 records. Refer to section 4.2 information on use of the Phone Book. Each record includes a name, contact information and a Speed number (00 to 99).
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 3.15. Hotline/Warm-Line With Hotline/Warm-Line operation configured, the IP Phone automatically calls the defined destination when you take the handset off-hook or press the speaker button. The call initiates immediately, Hotline, or after a delay of up to 10 seconds, Warm-Line. The later permits you the time to access another feature or line as needed.
4.1. Using the Call Logs Menu The LIP-8002/8002A Phone has access to a log of all calls placed or received by the phone, including incoming calls that were not answered (missed calls). The LCD displays the call logs that you can use to place a call to the logged party.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 5. Setting Your Preferences In the LCD Menu, you can set various preferences for the IP Phone. Settings you can adjust include: LCD contrast Ring Setting Ringer off Flexible button settings Time Configuration Outgoing Call Lock...
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 3.Phone Settings o Dial 3, or move the cursor to using the Up/Down navigation buttons and press the OK button. 2.Ring Setting o Dial 2, or move the cursor to using the Up/Down navigation buttons and press the OK button.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 5.4. Setting Flexible Buttons Your LIP-8002/8002A Phone has twelve (4) flexible buttons. The flexible buttons can access various functions. The table below indicates the available functions with a brief description of each. Feature Description...
5.5.1. SNTP Server Address SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) is a standard protocol that permits a network device to obtain the network’s current time. For operation with SNTP, the LIP-8002/8002A IP Phone requires an SNTP server IP address or name.
LIP-8002/8002A iPECS IP Phone User Guide 5.5.3. DST Auto Adjustment The LIP-8002/8002A Phone automatically adjusts for DST (Daylight Savings Time) when enabled. To enable/disable automatic daylight savings time: o Press the Setting ( ) button. 3.Phone Settings o Dial 3, or move the cursor to using the Up/Down navigation buttons and press the OK button.
Move to another parameter with the navigation buttons and continue the session or press the Setting ) button to exit the configuration session. 5.7. Enabling Speed Number Dialing The LIP-8002/8002A Phone includes a Phone Book that supports up to 100 entries. Each Phone Book record includes a two-digit Speed number, see Speed Number Dialing.
5.8. Key Tone When you press a button on the LIP-8002/8002A phone, the phone will generate a beep tone to indicate that the button has been pressed. This key tone is optional and can be enabled or disabled using the key tone setting.
User Guide Appendix A Dial Pad Character Set The LIP-8002/8002A Phone dial pad inputs digits or alphanumeric characters. The table below maps each dial pad digit to characters available. Four modes are available, dial pad digits, upper case letters and lower case letters as shown in the table.
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