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Hitachi 5000 User's Manual

Hitachi ip phone user's manual.
WirelessIP 5000
User's Manual
Thank you for purchasing the WirelessIP 5000.
● Please carefully read and understand this
"User's Manual" before using the product.
● After reading this manual, please keep it
close at hand for use any time you need it.
Product certified to meet technical standards
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TD61-2893

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    WirelessIP 5000 User's Manual Thank you for purchasing the WirelessIP 5000. ● Please carefully read and understand this "User's Manual" before using the product. ● After reading this manual, please keep it close at hand for use any time you need it.

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    Introduction Thank you for your purchase of this product. This user's manual contains items that you should follow in order to prevent any harm to yourself and others, or damage to equipment, and to enable you to use this product safely. An explanation of the markings and symbols used in this manual is provided below.

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    Introduction ■ Registered trademarks/copyrights Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Windows XP is an abbreviation for the Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition operating system and the Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system. Windows 2000 is an abbreviation for the Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional operating system.

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    Introduction ■ Caution concerning interference with 2.4Ghz wireless LAN When communicating with a 2.4GHz LAN, be careful about the following. Microwave ovens and other industrial, scientific, and medical equipment, as well as indoor wireless stations (wireless stations requiring permits) and special low-power wireless stations (wireless stations not requiring permits) used for identifying mobile units used in plant manufacturing line etc., as well as amateur wireless stations (wireless stations requiring permits) operate in the frequency band used by this product.

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    Safety precautions Be sure to read this section for the sake of safe usage. Please observe these precautions in order to use this product safely and prevent injury to the user and others and to prevent damage to equipment. Please understand these "warnings" and "cautions" before reading the rest of this manual. Store it safely near at hand for future reference after reading it.

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    Safety precautions Caution Do not install the device on shaky, inclined, or otherwise unstable surfaces. The product might fall and cause a fire, injury, or breakdown. Do not sit on this product, place a heavy object on it, or pinch it between objects. Doing so may break this product Do not use this product where dew condensation may occur.

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    Use only the battery pack specifically manufactured for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000. Using a product not ・ designed for the WirelessIP 5000 would cause danger and would make it impossible to warranty the correct operations of this product and your communications.

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    Use only an AC adaptor specifically manufactured for the Hitachi Cable WirelessIP 5000. Using a product not designed ・ for the WirelessIP 5000 would cause danger and would make it impossible to warranty the correct operations of this product and your communications.

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    Safety precautions Caution Failure to follow the items below can cause fire, battery fluid leaks, heat, electrical shock, and injury. After charging is complete and when not charging, unplug the AC adaptor from the electrical socket. ・ Only charge the battery pack within the ranges of 0-40˚ C and 10-90% humidity. ・...

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Introduction...2 Safety precautions...5 CONTENTS...10 Chapter 1 Overview ... 1-1 Features of the WirelessIP ...1-2 Names & Functions of Device Parts...1-4 Using accessories ...1-7 Accessories...1-7 Battery pack installation method ...1-7 Using accessories ...1-8 Battery pack removal ...1-8 AC power supply adaptor...1-8 Charging method...1-9 Chapter 2 Placing and Receiving Telephone Calls ...

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Maintenance... 7-1 Maintenance menu...7-2 Network search...7-3 Ping ...7-5 Network connections ...7-8 Chapter 8 Web settings... 8-1 WirelessIP 5000 web settings ...8-2 Overview ...8-2 When setting via TELNET:...8-2 Access restrictions ...8-2 General User Menu ...8-3 Main ...8-3 Phone book...8-4 Changing the Password...8-12 Chapter 9 Appendix...

  • Page 12: Chapter 1 Overview

    Chapter 1 Overview - 1-1 -...

  • Page 13: Features Of The Wirelessip

    Chapter 1 Overview Features of the WirelessIP ■ Overview of this product ● This is a mobile wireless IP telephone conforming with [IEEE802.11b] standard for wireless LAN (wi-fi). ● This product supports WEP (64/128/256 bit) encryption. ● Up to 300 contacts can be registered in the phone book. ●...

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    This product package contains the following items. Please verify that you have all these items before using this product. If any item in the set is missing or there is a mistake or omission in the user's manual, please contact the store of purchase. WirelessIP 5000 (1) Please recycle after use.

  • Page 15: Names & Functions Of Device Parts

    Chapter 1 Overview Names & Functions of Device Parts Side View ■ Explanations of the parts Name Headphone jack (2.5mm 4-pole mini-jack) Volume Up: Volume Down: Key lock LeftSoft key RightSoft key Front Front View Functions Stereo mini-jack headphones can be inserted. Raises the handset and ringer volumes.

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    Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Overview Overview Names & Functions of Device Parts Name Multi-function key Clear key Send key End key Number pad Functions Used for menu viewing, screen scrolling, etc. Can be pressed up and down, left and right. Used as the "Erase"...

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    Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Overview Overview Names & Functions of Device Parts ■ Displayed icons Shows the reception signal strength. The more bars, the stronger the signal. Out of Shows that the location is outside the service area or is an environment where the signals do not reach. service area Shows that the ring mode is in silent mode.

  • Page 18: Using Accessories, Accessories, Battery Pack Installation Method

    Chapter 1 Overview Using accessories These guidelines cover the accessories for this product. Accessories ■ Battery pack ■ AC power supply adaptor ■ Charger Battery pack installation method With the precaution label of the battery pack facing up, install aligning the battery pack and main unit metal terminals. Fit the rear cover into the grooves on the main unit, then slide in direction (1) until you hear the cover click into place.

  • Page 19: Battery Pack Removal, Using Accessories, Ac Power Supply Adaptor

    Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Overview Overview Using Using accessories accessories Battery pack removal While pressing the button (1), slide the rear cover in direction (2) and remove it. Remove the battery pack. AC power supply adaptor This product can be charged with the AC adaptor. When using the AC power supply adaptor, plug the plug into a wall socket and connect the connector to the base of this product or to the rear of the desktop charger.

  • Page 20: Charging Method

    Chapter 1 Overview Using Using accessories accessories Charging method ● Plug the AC power supply adaptor into a socket and connect it to the charger. ● Insert the phone into the top of the charger until the LED lights up blue. (The LED goes out when the charging is complete) USB cable (option) When you connect the WirelessIP5000 with a computer using the optional USB cable, you can back up the phone book and...

  • Page 21: Chapter 2 Placing And Receiving Telephone Calls

    Chapter 2 Placing and Receiving Telephone Calls - 2-1 -...

  • Page 22: Switching The Power On/off, Power On, Power Off

    Chapter 2 Placing and Switching the Power On/Off Receiving Calls Power ON Switching on the power for this product With the power Off, if you hold down the that in the figure on the right is displayed and the power comes On. The messages "Waiting…", "Loading…", and "Running…"...

  • Page 23: Calling Method

    Chapter 2 Placing and Calling method Receiving Calls Inputting the telephone number and making a call When making a call, check that the internal line number is displayed on the display If "Not connected" or "Not registered" is displayed, this phone can not be used.

  • Page 24: Receiving Calls

    Chapter 2 Placing and Receiving calls Receiving Calls Receiving an incoming call Check that the internal number is displayed on the display If "Not connected" or "Not registered" is displayed, this phone cannot be used. When a call comes in, the other party's telephone number is displayed on the screen. If their name is registered in the contacts list, their name is displayed above the telephone number.

  • Page 25: Call Log

    Chapter 2 Placing and Call log Receiving Calls Displays the Dialed call log and the Received call log. While on standby, press the Select "3. Call log" using the then press the key. In Standby the with the To display the Received call log, Select “1.

  • Page 26: Details

    Chapter 2 Placing and Call log Receiving Calls To display the Dialed call log, Select "2. Dialed call log", using the then press the key. The name or telephone number called is displayed in the same way as for the Received call log.

  • Page 27: Deleting One Item From The Call Log

    Chapter 2 Placing and Call log Receiving Calls Deleting one item from the call log Deleting one call from a call log. Display a call log (Received call log or Dialed call log). Select the call you want to delete (from the received call log or dialed call log), then press the key to display the sub-menu.

  • Page 28: Deleting The Entire Call Log

    Chapter 2 Placing and Call log Receiving Calls Deleting the entire call log Deleting entire call logs. From the call log menu, Select "3. Delete all", using the keys of the then confirm with the key. A confirmation message is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 29: Various Operation Methods, Redial, Calling From The Call Log

    Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Placing and Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Receiving Calls Redial The last telephone number dialed is redialed. In Standby, hold down the The last telephone number dialed is redialed. * The actual operation may vary slightly depending on the equipment connected with.

  • Page 30: Call From Phone Book

    Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Placing and How to Use the Various operation methods Telephone Receiving Calls Call from phone book Making a call from the phone book. In Standby, the phone book search screen is displayed with the The following five methods can be used for finding a telephone number. (1) By name (2) By Read name (3) By telephone number...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 2 How to Use the Placing and Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Telephone Receiving Calls Select the party to call by pressing the A call is made to the selected telephone number. Select the name or telephone number from the search results screen, then press the key, and detailed information is displayed.

  • Page 32: Caller Id

    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Caller ID These commands configure settings for caller ID. In Standby, Press the Select "5. Setup" using the then confirm with the key. From the settings menu, Select "7. Advanced", using the then confirm with the key.

  • Page 33: Speed Dialing

    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Speed Dialing Making a call with a speed dialing number. Input a speed dialing number registered in the phone book. Speed dialing numbers 0-299 can be registered. Press the last digit in the speed dialing number and hold it down for at least 1 second. For example, for a speed dialing number of 100, hold down the "0"...

  • Page 34: Hold Function

    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Hold function This is used to put a call on hold. The hold tones are played for the other party who is on hold. ■ Hold Pressing the key during a call puts the call on hold. The hold tone is played for the other party on hold.

  • Page 35: Call Waiting

    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Call waiting If you are on one call and another call comes in, you can put the first call on hold and answer the new incoming call. If you are on one call and another call comes in, the incoming terminal plays the incoming call tone (beeping) and displays "Standby"...

  • Page 36: Hold Transfer

    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Hold transfer You can transfer a call to another internal line. Calls can only be transferred external line -> internal or internal -> internal. Internal number: 4 Internal number: 3 Press the key to put your current call on hold.

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    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls Input the internal number to transfer to then press the Internal number Internal number: 4 Internal number: 3 The call is connected to the internal line. Internal number: 4 Internal number: 3 If you are cut off from the first caller while you are trying to call the party to transfer to, or while you are talking with the party to transfer to, "Cutoff"...

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    Chapter 2 Placing and Various operation methods Receiving Calls key to select "1. Transfer" on the sub-menu, then press the Press the The call is transferred. During a call Internal number: 4 Holding Internal number: 3 During a call Internal number: 4 Internal number: 3 - 2-18 - key.

  • Page 39: Chapter 3 Phone Book

    Chapter 3 Phone book - 3-1 -...

  • Page 40: Phone Book Menu

    Chapter 3 Phone Book Phone book menu Registering, editing, and deleting contacts in the phone book In Standby, press the Select "1. Phone book". using the then press the key. key to select the menu. keys of the key, - 3-2 -...

  • Page 41: Phone Book Registration, Registration From Phone Book Menu

    Chapter 3 Phone book Phone book registration Registration from phone book menu Registering information into the phone book from the new registration menu From the phone book menu, select "2. New number" using the key, then press the key. Please enter your information. Name: Please enter the name.

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    Chapter 3 Phone book Phone book registration Group: Press the At first, it is set to "Undefined". Select the group using the then press the key. After inputting this, press the Speed dialing number: Please enter the speed dialing number. After inputting the necessary information, press the To revise a value, move to the item to be revised with the key, revise its value,...

  • Page 43: Registration From A Telephone Number

    Chapter 3 Phone book Phone book registration Registration from a telephone number Inputting a telephone number to register it into the phone book During standby, enter the telephone number, and press the the sub-menu. Select "2. Save". Please enter your information. Name: Please enter the name.

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    Chapter 3 Phone book Phone book registration Group: Press the Select the group using the then press the key. After inputting this, press the Speed dialing number: Please enter the speed dialing number. After inputting the necessary information, press the To revise a value, move to the item to be revised with the key, and revise its value.

  • Page 45: Registration From A Call Log

    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Phone book Phone book registration Telephone Registration from a call log Registering details into the phone book from the call log. Display the call log. Select the number to register, press the Select "1.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Phone book Phone book registration Telephone Group: Press the Select the group using the then press the key. After inputting this, press the Speed dialing number: Please enter the speed dialing number. After inputting the necessary information, press the To revise a value, move to the item to be revised with the key, revise its value,...

  • Page 47: Phone Book Editing

    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Phone book Phone book editing Telephone Editing the phone book from search results Search for the registration information you want to edit. Select the number you want to edit, press the Select "2. Edit". Input the information.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Phone book Phone book editing Telephone Group: Please press the key and select a group. Select the group using the then press the key. After inputting this, press the Speed dialing number: Please enter the speed dialing number. After inputting the necessary information, press the To revise a value, move to the item to be revised with the key, revise its value,...

  • Page 49: Group Management

    Chapter 3 Browse Phone book Group management Editing a phone book group name. Select "3. Edit group" using the then press the key. To add a group, press the Select “1. Add". Input the group name, and save with the To edit a group, select the name of the group to edit using the key, press the...

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    Chapter 3 Browse Phone book Group management To delete a group, select the name of the group to delete using the key, press the key to display the sub-menu. then select "3. Delete". "1. Undefined" can not be deleted. A confirmation message is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 51: Deleting One Item From Phone Book

    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 Phone book How to Use the Deleting one item from phone book Telephone Deleting one data item from the phone book. Select "1. Search" using the then press the key. Search for the telephone number you want to delete. After selecting the telephone number you want to delete, display the sub-menu.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Phone book Deleting one item from phone book Telephone A confirmation message is displayed. Select "Yes" using the then confirm with the key. If you select "Yes", the "Removed" message is displayed, then the display returns to the search menu.

  • Page 53: Deleting Entire Phone Book

    Chapter 3 Chapter 3 How to Use the Contact list Deleting entire phone book Telephone Deleting all the data in the phone book. Select "4. Delete all" using the then press the key. A confirmation message is displayed. Select "Yes" using the then confirm with the key.

  • Page 54: Chapter 4 Messaging

    Chapter 4 Messaging - 4-1 -...

  • Page 55: Message Menu

    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Message menu Telephone Displaying the Message menu In Standby, press the Select "2. Message" using the then press the key. With some connection equipment, this is not possible. key to select the menu. keys of the key, - 4-2 -...

  • Page 56: Inbox

    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Inbox Telephone Displays, edits, and deletes received messages. The message icon is displayed on the standby screen when there is an unread message. To display the message, from the IM menu, Select "1.

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    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Inbox Telephone To reply to a received message, select the message to reply to from the Inbox list screen, Then press the Input the message with the number pad. エラー! 参照元が見つかりません。 Finally, confirm with the Next, input the telephone number to send to.

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    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Inbox Telephone To forward a received message, select the message to forward from the Recv. box list screen, Then press the Input the message with the number pad. エラー! 参照元が見つかりません。 Finally, confirm with the Input the telephone number to send to.

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    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Inbox Telephone To delete a message, select the message to delete from the Recv. box list, then press the The screen in the figure on the right (3rd screen down) is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 60: New Message

    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging New Message Telephone Writing and sending a new message. from the Message menu, Select "2. Write Msg.", using the then press the key. Input the message with the number pad. エラー! 参照元が見つかりません。 Finally, confirm with the Input the telephone number to send to.

  • Page 61: Drafts

    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Drafts Telephone An unsent message is stored temporarily. If you are not sending the message right away, then press the the message to save it for later use. Select "Yes" using the then press the key.

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    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Drafts Telephone To edit a "draft" message, select that message, press the sub-menu, then select "1. Edit". The screen becomes as in the figure on the right, so with the key move to the input column you want to edit and edit it. The edited message can be sent with the same procedure as for sending a newly created message.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Drafts Telephone To delete all the "draft" messages, from the Temp. box screen, press the key to select the sub-menu, then select “3. Delete All”. A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 64: Outbox

    Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Messaging How to Use the Outbox Telephone Displaying, editing, deleting, and re-sending of sent messages from the Message menu, Select "4. Sent box" using the then press the A list of the messages sent in the past is displayed. Use the keys of the The selected message is automatically scrolled horizontally to display the entire...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Outbox Telephone To delete a sent message, after selecting the message you wish to delete from the Sent box list screen, press the A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Outbox Telephone To delete all the messages in the Sent box, from the Sent box list screen press the key to select the sub-menu, then select “3. Delete All”. A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 67: Setup

    Chapter 3 Chapter 4 How to Use the Messaging Setup Telephone Configure the ring tone and mode when a message arrives. from the Message menu, Select "5. Setup", using the then press the key. Displays configuration information. Using the key, select “Edit.” There are 16 ring types.(Bell 1~Bell 16)...

  • Page 68: Chapter 5 Presence

    Chapter 5 Presence - 5-1 -...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence Presence menu Telephone Displays the presence menu. In Standby, press the Select "4. Presence" using the then press the key. With some connection equipment, this is not possible. key to select the menu. keys of the key, - 5-2 -...

  • Page 70: User List

    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence User list Telephone Displaying a list of registered users From the presence menu, Select "1. User list” using the then press the key. A list of registered users is displayed. To register a user, on the user list screen, press the sub-menu and select "1.

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    Chapter 5 Chapter 3 Presence How to Use the User list Telephone To send a message to a registered user, select that user from the user list screen, then press the key to select the sub-menu and select "2. Send SMS". To register a registered user in the blocked list, select that user from the user list screen, press the key to display the sub-menu, then select "4.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence User list Telephone To delete a registered user, select that user from the user list screen, then press the key to select the sub-menu, then select "5. Delete". A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence User list Telephone To delete all the registered users, from the user list screen, press the select the sub-menu, then select “6. Delete All”. A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 74: Block List

    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence Block list Telephone Displaying a list of users registered in the block list. Your status is not disclosed to users registered in the block list. From the presence menu, Select "2. Block list" using the then press the key.

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    Chapter 5 Chapter 3 Presence How to Use the Block list Telephone To send a message to a registered user, select that user from the block list screen, then press the key to select the sub-menu and select "2. Send SMS". To unblock a user, select that user from the block list screen, to display the sub-menu, then select "4.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence Block list Telephone To delete a registered user, select that user from the block list screen, then press the key to select the sub-menu, then select "5. Delete". A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 5 How to Use the Presence Block list Telephone If you want to delete all the registered users, from the block list screen press the key to select the sub-menu, then select “6. Delete All”. A confirmation screen like that in the figure on the right is displayed. Select "Yes"...

  • Page 78: Status

    Chapter 5 Chapter 3 Presence How to Use the Status Telephone Changing your own status. From the presence menu, Select "3. Status", using the then press the key. You can set the status by using the key. There are seven statuses. : OnLine : Busy : BeRightBack...

  • Page 79: Setting

    Chapter 5 Chapter 3 Presence How to Use the Setting Telephone Displays the setting menu. From the presence menu, Select "4. Setup" using the then press the key. Displays configuration information. ・Online bell ・Ring Type ・Mode To change a setting, value.

  • Page 80: Chapter 6 Other Settings

    Chapter 6 Other settings - 6-1 -...

  • Page 81: Manner Mode On/off

    Chapter 6 Other settings Manner mode On/Off When Manner mode is set, the ringer does not ring and all ringers go into vibration mode. With the phone on standby, hold down the “ * “ key on the number pad for at least 1 second.

  • Page 82: Setting/ending Keylock

    Chapter 3 Chapter 6 How to Use the Other settings Setting/Ending keylock Telephone When the keylock is set, button operations are disabled. You can lock the keys to prevent accidental operation of keys, for example when you walk around with the phone's power On. In Standby, hold down the If the key lock mode is set to "Password", you are asked to input your password.

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    Chapter 3 Chapter 6 How to Use the Other settings Setting/Ending keylock Telephone To unlock the keylock, hold down the If the key lock mode is set to "Password", you are asked to input your password. If the key lock mode is set to "No password", you are not asked to input a password. When any key is pressed with the keys locked (with key lock mode and "password"...

  • Page 84: Settings Menu

    Chapter 6 Other settings Settings menu Displays the setting menu. In Standby, press the Select "5. Setup" using the then press the key. Displays the setup menu. key to select the menu. keys of the key, - 6-5 -...

  • Page 85: Password/lock Mode Selection

    Chapter 6 Other settings Password/lock mode selection Changing the keylock password and configuring settings for keylock operations. You can prevent unauthorized access by a third party by using a password to disable button operations on this product. エラー! 参照元が見つかりません。 To change the keylock password, from the setting menu, select "2. Phone lock" using keys of the then press the key.

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    Chapter 6 Other settings Password/lock mode selection For verification, the system asks you to input the new password a second time. When you input the password, a dialog like that on the right is displayed for a few seconds. To check the keylock mode setting, select "2.

  • Page 87: Ringer/vibrator

    Chapter 6 Other settings Ringer/vibrator Setting the ringer/vibration type. You can switch the ringer/ mode/ LED according to the incoming telephone number. From the settings menu, Select "1. Bell/Vib." using the then press the key. You can set the mode separately for internal lines and external lines. You can make two settings for internal lines and two for external lines.

  • Page 88: Alarm

    Chapter 6 Other settings Alarm Setting the alarm function To change the alarm function settings, from the setting menu, Select "3. Alarm" using the then press the key. Up to 3 alarm settings can be registered.. Select "1. Alarm 1", "2. Alarm 2", or "3. Alarm 3" using the key, then press the key.

  • Page 89: Volume Adjustment

    Chapter 6 Other settings Volume adjustment Adjusting the ringer volume, handset volume, and button confirmation beep volume From the settings menu, Select "4. Volume" using the then press the key. Displays configuration information. ・Ring Vol ・Handset Vol ・Notify Vol ・Key Tone Vol ・Headset Vol Select the volume to be changed with the Adjust the volume with the...

  • Page 90: Error Notification, Service Led

    Chapter 6 Other settings Error notification Setting the Error notification From the settings menu, Select "5. Error notify" using the then press the key. Service LED Setting the Service LED From the Error notify menu, Select "1. Service LED", using the then press the key.

  • Page 91: Error Message

    Chapter 6 Other settings Error notification Error message Setting the error messages From the Error notify menu, Select "2. Error Msg.", using the then press the key. Select "On" or "Off" using the then confirm with the key. keys of the key, keys of the key,...

  • Page 92: Error Log

    Chapter 6 Other settings Error notification Error log Configuring settings for the error log. From the Error notify menu, Select "3. Error log" using the then press the key. Configuration information is displayed. • Error log • Server IP • Server port To change a setting, select “edit”...

  • Page 93: Information Display, Tcp/ip

    Chapter 6 Other settings Information display Information on the network can be checked. From the settings menu, Select "6. Information" using the then confirm with the key. TCP/IP You can check the TCP/IP contents. From the information display menu, select "1. TCP/IP" using the key, then confirm with the key..

  • Page 94: Wireless Networking

    Chapter 6 Other settings Information display Wireless networking You can check the wireless contents. Select "2. Wireless LAN" using the then confirm with the key. The information below is displayed. With the keys, scroll and confirm. • CurrentNetwork • SSID •...

  • Page 95: Mac Address Value, Web Server

    Chapter 6 Other settings Information display MAC address value You can check the contents of the MAC address. Select "4. MAC address" using the then confirm with the key. The MAC address for this product is displayed. Web server You can check the Web server contents. Select "5.

  • Page 96: Version

    Chapter 6 Other settings Information display Version You can check the version. Select "6. Version" using the then confirm with the key. The following information is displayed. • Software version. • Boot ROM version keys of the key, - 6-17 -...

  • Page 97: Equipment Settings, Time

    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings Perform settings for this product From the settings menu, Select "7. Advanced" using the then press the key. Time Set the clock From the equipment settings menu, Select "1. Clock" using the then press the key.

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    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings To set the time server, from the clock menu, Select "2. Time server" using the then confirm with the key. This command displays the setting contents. To change a setting, select “edit” using the For "Auto time", select "Enabled"...

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    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings To set daylight saving time, from the clock menu, Select "4. Daylight save" using the then confirm with the key. The setting details are displayed. To change a setting, select “edit” using the For Daylight saving time, select "Enabled" or "Disabled". Enter the daylight saving time start date, start time, end date, and end time.

  • Page 100: Contrast, Font Size

    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings Contrast Setting the display contrast From the equipment settings menu, Select "2. Contrast" using the then press the key. Adjust the contrast using the then confirm with the key. Font size Setting the font size for when a telephone number is input during standby From the equipment settings menu, Select "3.

  • Page 101: Language Setting

    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings Language setting Settings for the language display From the equipment settings menu, Select "4. Language setting" using the then confirm with the key. Select "Japanese" or "English" using the then confirm with the key. keys of the key, keys of the...

  • Page 102: Deleting User Data

    Chapter 6 Other settings Equipment settings Deleting user data This deletes all the user data (contact list, outgoing call log, and incoming call log). From the equipment settings menu, Select "6. User data reset” using the then press the key. A confirmation message is displayed.

  • Page 103: Chapter 7 Maintenance

    Chapter 7 Maintenance - 7-1 -...

  • Page 104: Maintenance Menu

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Maintenance menu You can check the network settings. On Standby, press the Select "6. Network", using the then confirm with the key. key to select the menu. keys of the key, - 7-2 -...

  • Page 105: Network Search

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Network search Information on signals detected can be displayed. From the maintenance menu, Select "1. Network search", using the then confirm with the key. A message is displayed during the search. The SSID of the detected access points are displayed after several seconds. To see detailed information, select the SSID and press the key, then press the...

  • Page 106

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Network search To update the network search information press the “Submenu”. Select “1. Refresh”, then press the The network search starts again. key and select key. - 7-4 -...

  • Page 107: Ping

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Ping A ping can be sent for any IP address. From the maintenance menu, Select “2. Ping test” using the then press the key. ■Manual From the Ping test menu select “1. Manual” using the Then confirm with the key.

  • Page 108

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Ping 1st Proxy Server From the Ping test menu Select the “1st Proxy” server using the Then confirm with the key. Execute a ping to the 1st proxy server. recv: Displays the ping response. The following numbers indicate the response time (sec). time out: Indicates there was no response to the ping.

  • Page 109

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Ping If the 2nd Proxy server is not configured, the message as shown in the diagram on the right is displayed. Default Gateway From the Ping test menu Select “4. Gateway” using the then confirm with the key.

  • Page 110: Network Connections

    Chapter 7 Maintenance Network connections Network reload. From the maintenance menu, Select “3. Network reload” using the then confirm with the key. Select “Restart” or “Deactivate” using the then confirm with the key. In Standby, press the key of the Select “Restart”...

  • Page 111: Chapter 8 Web Settings

    Chapter 8 Web settings - 8-1 -...

  • Page 112: Wirelessip 5000 Web Settings, Overview, When Setting Via Telnet:, Access Restrictions

    WirelessIP 5000 web settings Overview The WirelessIP 5000 is able to be configured via the Internet. The WirelessIP 5000 Web settings can configure detailed settings that cannot be configured from the device itself. The Web server for this device needs to be configured to “Enabled” when using the Web settings.

  • Page 113: General User Menu, Main

    The basic information regarding the phone such as its software version and TCP/IP settings is displayed. [Display Items] • Model: displays model name • Software version: displays software version of the WirelessIP 5000 • IP address: displays IP address of the phone • Net mask: displays net mask of the phone •...

  • Page 114: Phone Book

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu Phone book Searches/configures/deletes the phone book data in the WirelessIP5000. ■ Phonebook Menu List Search by Index: Searches/edits/deletes by speed dial number. Name Search: Searches/edits/deletes by name. Phone Number Search: Searches/edits/deletes by telephone number. Group Search: Searches/edits/deletes by group.

  • Page 115

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu ●Searches/Edits/Deletes the Phone book 1. Select the search method from the Phone book menu. (Search by Index, Name, Phone Number, Group) 2. Enter search information and click the “Search” button. If no search information is entered and the “Search” button is pressed, the entire phonebook displays.

  • Page 116

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu 3. The Phone book data matching the search information is displayed. 4. When the displayed phone book data is selected it can be edited/deleted. - 8-6 -...

  • Page 117

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu ●Registration of New Phone Numbers 1. Select registration of new phone numbers from the phonebook menu. 2. Enter the name, phone number, speed dial number, and group. 3. Click the “Save/Continue” button to continue to create a new phone book entry. 4.

  • Page 118

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu Edit Group 1. Select Edit Group from the phone book. 2. When adding a group, enter the group name into the new group, and click the “Save” button. - 8-8 -...

  • Page 119

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu 3. Click the group name to edit or delete the group. - 8-9 -...

  • Page 120

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu Backing up/Restoring the Phonebook Backup: Backs up the phonebook data. Restore: Restores the phonebook data. Backup 1. Select backup from the phone book menu. 2. When vCard or CSV format is selected, the phone book data can be downloaded in the selected format. - 8-10 -...

  • Page 121

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu ●Restore 1. Click the “Browse” button from the phone book menu and select the backup file. 2. Click the “Restore” button to restore the phonebook. - 8-11 -...

  • Page 122: Changing The Password

    Chapter 8 Web settings General User Menu Changing the Password Changes the user password for the WirelessIP 5000. Enter the username (user) in the ID field. Enter the old password. Enter the new password. Re-enter the new password (for confirmation).

  • Page 123: Chapter 9 Appendix

    Chapter 9 Appendix - 9-1 -...

  • Page 124: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 9 Appendix Troubleshooting Phenomena Does not start. Cannot operate the keys and the displayed information does not update. It is hard to see the display Vertical lines appear on the display. Communication is bad or the phone suddenly disconnects. The standby time is different to that in the specifications.

  • Page 125: Text Input Mode, Number Pad Equivalence Table

    Chapter 9 Text input mode Appendix Number pad equivalence table ■Number Input Mode Character assignments * .(dot) ■Hiragana Input Mode Character assignments あ い う え お あ い う え お か き く け こ さ し す せ そ た...

  • Page 126: Character Input Method

    Chapter 9 Appendix Text input mode Character input method On the input screen, use the katakana, upper case/ lower case/ symbols/ numbers). The mode switching depends on the item being input. When selecting a symbol, select the type of symbol by using the dial pad. Select the symbols using the dial pad.

  • Page 127

    Chapter 9 Supplementary text input mode When selecting the hiragana, after entering use the key of the Select the appropriate kanji using the character. To delete the entered character, press the If the key is pressed for more than a second all characters are deleted. This device uses the Omron Software’s Japanese conversion software “Mini Wnn”...

  • Page 128: Menu Screens

    Chapter 9 Appendix Menu screens Explanation of the Menu screen. Menu numbers can be directly entered on the menu screen to move to a function, in addition to using the For example, when the 5 key is pressed on the screen in the right diagram, it moves to the Setup Menu.

  • Page 129: Specifications

    Chapter 9 Appendix Specifications Item Main Unit Physical dimensions Weight Usage Environment Wireless Radio Standards Transmission method Frequency band Output power Data rate Software Audio encoding Security Battery Battery pack *1 The communication and standby times may fluctuate due to environment conditions, i.e. charge conditions, temperature, electromagnetic wave conditions, etc.

  • Page 130: Glossary

    Chapter 9 Appendix Glossary LAN(Local Area Network) Beacon Power save mode DTIM ( Delivery Traffic Indication Message ) Abbreviation for Local Area Network. Refers to a small scale computer network. This is a data packet periodically sent by the access point to simplify the connection with the wireless LAN client device.

  • Page 131: Index

    Chapter 9 Appendix INDEX Beacon Interval... 7-3 Button Confirmation Volume...6-10, 6-11 Call...2-3, 2-9, 2-10, 2-12, 2-13, 2-14, 2-15, 2-16 Call log... 2-5, 2-6, 2-7, 2-8, 2-9, 3-7 Call waiting ... 2-18 Caller ID ... 2-12 Channel ... 7-3 Deleting user data ... 6-23 Disconnect...

  • Page 132

    Our corporate homepage provides updated information and version upgrade services for each product. To use this product in the most appropriate manner it is recommended that this homepage is periodically visited. Homepage: http://www.wirelessip5000.com/ Copyright© 2006 Hitachi Cable, LTD. First Edition, February 2005 Second Edition, June 2005 Third Edition January 2006...

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