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  • Page 1 S675 IP...
  • Page 2 Important information about the user guide This user guide applies to Gigaset S685 IP devices that were manufactured from May 2009 onwards. These devices contain a label inside the battery compartment on the handset stating "Gigaset S68H S2". The label can be found on the bottom of the battery compart- ment.
  • Page 3: The Handset At A Glance

    The handset at a glance The handset at a glance 6 Pound key (#) Keypad lock on/off (press and hold) £ Page Switch between upper/lower case letters £ and digits for text input ( Page 204) 7 Quick list key (not for VoIP) Open Quick list 8 Microphone 9 Flash key...
  • Page 4: Overview Of Display Icons

    Overview of display icons Overview of display icons = e V U Charge status of the batteries (empty to fully charged) = (flashes) Batteries almost empty e V U (flashes) Charging Ò Ñ i Ð Reception signal strength between the base station and the handset (low to high) | (flashes) No reception signal between the base station and the handset...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Safety precautions ........8 Gigaset S675 IP – more than just making calls ....9 VoIP –...
  • Page 6 Contents VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net ......55 Opening the Gigaset.net directory ....... . 56 Searching for subscribers in the Gigaset.net directory .
  • Page 7 Contents ECO DECT: Conserving energy ......110 Setting an appointment (calendar) ..... . 111 Saving an appointment .
  • Page 8 Contents Making VoIP settings ........138 Using the connection assistant ........138 Changing settings without the connection assistant .
  • Page 9 End-user limited warranty ........212 Gigaset S675 IP – free software ......216 Accessories .
  • Page 10: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Warning Be sure to read this user guide and the safety precautions before using your telephone. Explain their content and the potential hazards associated with using the telephone to your children. Use only the power adapter supplied, as indicated on the underside of the base station or charging cradle.
  • Page 11: Gigaset S675 Ip - More Than Just Making Calls

    Gigaset S675 IP – more than just making calls Gigaset S675 IP – more than just making calls You can use your phone to make calls both via the fixed line network and also (cost effectively) via the Internet (VoIP) without a PC.
  • Page 12: Voip - Making Calls Via The Internet

    Eco Mode £ Page 110). Your Gigaset S675 IP has a protected operating system that offers increased security against viruses from the Internet. Have fun using your new phone! VoIP – making calls via the Internet With VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), your calls are not made via a fixed con- nection as with the telephone network, but rather they are transmitted via the Internet in the form of data packets.
  • Page 13: Gigaset Hdsp - Telephony With Brilliant Sound Quality

    Gigaset HDSP – telephony with brilliant sound quality Gigaset HDSP – telephony with brilliant sound quality Your Gigaset IP phone supports the broadband codec G.722. With your base station and the corresponding handset, you can make calls via VoIP with brilliant sound quality (High Definition Sound Performance).
  • Page 14: First Steps

    First steps First steps Checking the package contents one Gigaset S675 IP base station §§1§§ one power adapter for connecting the base station to the electrical power supply §§2§§ one phone cord for connecting the base station to the fixed line network §§3§§...
  • Page 15 137). If this results in operational changes to your phone, a new version of this user guide or the necessary amendments is published on the Internet at www.gigaset.com Select "Gigaset S675 IP" to open the relevant product page for your phone, where you will find a link to the user guide. £...
  • Page 16: Setting Up The Handset For Use

    First steps Setting up the handset for use The display is protected by a plastic film. Please remove the pro- tective film! Inserting the batteries and closing the battery cover Warning £ Use only the recommended, rechargeable batteries ( Page 201).
  • Page 17 First steps Connecting the charging cradle The charging cradle is designed to be operated in enclosed, dry areas at tem- peratures ranging from +41°F to +113°F. ¤ Connect the empty plug from the power adapter 1. ¤ Plug the electrical adapter into the plug socket 2.
  • Page 18 First steps After the first battery charge and discharge, you may place your handset in the charging cradle after every call. Warning Always repeat the charging and discharging procedure if you remove the batteries from the handset and reinsert them. The batteries may warm up during charging.
  • Page 19 First steps ¤ Press the bottom of the Control key s to switch to the line for entering the time. Date/Time ¤ Date: Overwrite the time currently displayed: enter hours and minutes (4 digits) via the 02/ 01/ 2007 keypad, e.g. Q M 5 for 7:15. Time: If necessary, use the Control key to swap [ 00:00 ] am...
  • Page 20 First steps Date/Time Date: 02/ 01/ 2007 Time: 19:15 Time Mode: 24 h Ý ¤ Save Press the right Display key to save the §Save§ date and time settings. The display shows Saved. Saved You will hear a confirmation tone. £...
  • Page 21: Installing The Base Station

    First steps Installing the base station The base station is designed for use in closed, dry rooms with a temperature range of +41°F to +113°F. ¤ Set or hang the base station up at a central location in your house or apart- ment.
  • Page 22 First steps §§4§§ §§3§§ §§1§§ §§2§§ Figure 1 Connecting the phone to the fixed line network and the Internet Follow the steps in the order given below: Connect the phone cord and power lead to the base station. §§1§§ Connect the base station to the fixed line network and the electrical power §§2§§...
  • Page 23 First steps 1. Connect the phone cord and power lead to the base station Insert the phone cord into the lower connection socket at the rear of the §§1§§ base station. Insert the power lead of the power adapter into the upper connection socket §§2§§...
  • Page 24 First steps 2. Connect the base station to the fixed line network and the electrical power supply §§1§§ §§2§§ Insert the phone cord into the fixed line network connection socket. §§1§§ Then insert the power adapter into the electrical socket. §§2§§...
  • Page 25 First steps 3. Connect the base station to the router (Internet) For Internet access you need a router connected to the Internet via a modem (this may be integrated in the router). §§2§§ §§1§§ Connect an Ethernet cable plug into the LAN port at the side of the base sta- §§1§§...
  • Page 26: Making Settings For Voip Telephony

    First steps Making settings for VoIP telephony Before you can use the Internet (VoIP) to phone any other numbers on the Internet, the fixed line network or the cellular phone network, you need the services of a VoIP provider who supports the VoIP SIP standard. Prerequisite: You have registered with such a VoIP provider (e.g.
  • Page 27 First steps Connection Assist. You will see the following display. ¤ Start wizard Press the key below on the display §Yes§ for entry of VoIP screen. connection data? You are prompted to enter your phone's sys- tem PIN. New firmware available appears in the display.
  • Page 28 First steps Please note You can also call up the connection assistant at any time via the menu £ Page 138). The connection assistant will also start automatically if you try to establish a connection via the Internet before you have made the necessary settings. Prerequisite: You have not activated the fixed line network connection as £...
  • Page 29 First steps ¤ Press up or down on the Control key repeatedly ... Select Country ... until the country in which you are using Germany the phone is marked on the display. England France Netherlands, the ¤ Ý Press the key below on the display §OK§...
  • Page 30 First steps Entering user data for your first VoIP account You will now be prompted to enter your personal access data for your VoIP accounts. The following are provider-dependent: Username, User Name Authent. Password User Name Authent. Password Please note When entering case sensitive access data: To switch between upper and lower case and digits, press the # key (several times if necessary).
  • Page 31 First steps Connection Assist. Authent. Password: ¤ Use the keypad to enter your password. Ý ¤ Press the key below on the display §OK§ screen. When you have made all the necessary settings the "Connection data complete" message appears on the display.
  • Page 32 First steps Completing the VoIP settings After the entries have been completed, the handset reverts to idle status. Ð Ã INT 1 01/ 15 /2009 19:45 Phone ¤ Test whether your VoIP data is complete and has been stored in the phone correctly.
  • Page 33 First steps Icons on the idle display The following is displayed: The internal number, e.g. The quality of the reception signal between the base station and the hand- set: – poor to good: Ò Ñ i Ð – no reception: | flashes Battery charge status: –...
  • Page 34 First steps Provider registration failed Your personal data for registering with the VoIP provider may have been entered incompletely or incorrectly. ¤ Check your entries for Username, Password. Partic- User Name Authent. ularly check your use of upper and lower case. ¢...
  • Page 35: Attaching The Belt Clip And Headset

    First steps Attaching the belt clip and headset By using a belt clip and headset (optional), you can easily make your handset a constant companion both inside the building and in its immediate vicinity. Attaching the belt clip There are notches for attaching the belt clip on the side of the handset at approximately the same height as the display.
  • Page 36: What Would You Like To Do Next

    First steps What would you like to do next? Now you have successfully started your phone, you will probably want to adapt it to your personal requirements. Use the following guide to quickly locate the most important subjects. If you are unfamiliar with menu-driven devices such as other Gigaset tele- £...
  • Page 37: Operating The Handset

    Operating the handset Operating the handset Using the Control key In this user guide, the side/position of the Control key that you must press in the given operating situation is shown in black (top, bottom, right, left). Example: t for "press the top of the Control key".
  • Page 38: Using The Display Keys

    Operating the handset Using the Display keys The function of the Display keys changes depending on the particular operat- ing situation. Each of the current functions is shown in the bottom display line. Example: Current Display key functions Calendar EMail Display keys You can define your own Display key functions when the handset is in idle sta- £...
  • Page 39: Using The Menus

    Operating the handset Using the menus Your telephone's functions are accessed using a menu that has a number of levels. Main menu (first menu level) ¤ When the handset is in idle status, press the Control key v to open the main menu.
  • Page 40: Reverting To Idle Status

    Operating the handset Reverting to idle status You can revert to idle status from anywhere in the menu as follows: ¤ Press and hold the End Call key a. ¤ Do not press any key: after 2 minutes the display will automatically revert to idle status.
  • Page 41 Operating the handset means: ¤ When the handset is in idle status, press the right of the Control key v to open the main menu. î ê Ì í ì ç Ï Ð Ý ¤ Use the Control key to select the icon Ð. For example, press once on the left of the Control key u.
  • Page 42 Operating the handset ¤ Press the bottom of the Control key s repeatedly until the menu item Auto Handset is selected. Answer Language ‰ The icon after Auto Answer tells you Auto Answer whether auto answer is currently activated Register H/Set or deactivated: ‰...
  • Page 43: Menu Trees

    Menu trees Menu trees Phone menu Open the main menu on your phone by clicking on the right of the Control key when the handset is in idle status: v. There are two ways to select a function: Using number combinations ("shortcut") ¤...
  • Page 44 Menu trees Ð Settings £ 8-1 Date/Time Page 16 8-2 Audio Settings 8-2-1 Handset Volume £ 8-2-2 Ringer Settings 8-2-2-1 Ext. Calls Page 128 8-2-2-2 Internal Calls 8-2-2-3 Appointments 8-2-2-4 All £ 8-2-3 Advisory Tones Page 130 £ 8-3 Display 8-3-1 Screen Saver Page 123 £...
  • Page 45 Menu trees £ 8-6 Voice Mail 8-6-1 Local AM 8-6-1-1 Ans Machine Page 98 £ 8-6-1-2 Call Screening Page 103 £ 8-6-1-3 Announce- Page 99 ments £ 8-6-1-4 Message Page 104 Length £ 8-6-1-5 Record Quality Page 104 £ 8-6-1-6 Ring Delay Page 104 £...
  • Page 46 Menu trees £ 8-7 Telephony 8-7-8 Sel. Services 8-7-8-1 VoIP Page 62 8-7-8-2 Fixed Line £ 8-7-8-4 Always anon. Page 61 £ 8-7-8-5 Next Call Page 61 £ 8-7-1 Default Line 8-7-1-1 VoIP Page 135 8-7-1-2 Fixed Line £ 8-7-2 Connection Assist. Page 138 £...
  • Page 47: Web Configurator Menu

    Menu trees Web configurator menu £ Home Page 145 £ Settings IP Configuration Page 152 £ Telephony Connections Page 155 £ Audio Page 164 £ Number Assignment Page 169 £ Call Forwarding Page 171 £ Dialling Plans Page 173 £ Network Mailbox Page 175 £...
  • Page 48: Making Calls With Voip And The Fixed Line Network

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Making an external call External calls are calls made via the public telephone network (fixed line net- work) or via the Internet (VoIP). You decide which connection you want to use for a specific call when you dial the number.
  • Page 49 Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network A default connection is established on your phone (fixed line network or VoIP £ Page 135/Page 168). ¤ Briefly press the Talk key c to make a call via this default connection. ¤...
  • Page 50 Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Select and dial a connection via your line suffix You can configure up to six VoIP numbers on your phone in addition to the fixed line network number and the Gigaset.net number. A (line) suffix is assigned to each number (line) of your phone: The fixed line network number has the suffix #0 £...
  • Page 51: Ending A Call

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Dialing emergency numbers – defining dialing plans You can use the Web configurator to block certain numbers or to define which of your numbers (fixed line network, VoIP) should be used to call specific num- £...
  • Page 52: Accepting A Call

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Accepting a call The handset indicates an incoming call in three ways: by ringing, by a display on the screen and by the flashing Speaker key d. Please note Only calls to receive numbers assigned to your handset are signaled £...
  • Page 53: Call Display

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Call display You can use the display to determine whether the call is for your fixed line net- work number or one of your VoIP numbers. Calls to your fixed line number Å...
  • Page 54 Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network The following is displayed in place of the number: Å With a call to one of your VoIP phone numbers, the display is provider- dependent. IP:Unavailable Anonymous External for IP1 for IP1 ×...
  • Page 55: Using Speaker Mode

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Screen display with CNIP (fixed line network) Prerequisite: Call is made from a fixed line network connection to your fixed line network number. If you have CNIP, then the name (town/city) that is registered with your net- work provider for the caller's number will also be displayed.
  • Page 56: Deactivating Your Handset's Microphone

    Making calls with VoIP and the fixed line network Activating/deactivating speaker mode Activating while dialing Enter number and briefly press/press and hold the Speaker key to £ select the connection type ( Page 46). ¤ Inform your caller before you use the speaker function so that they know someone else is listening.
  • Page 57: Muting The Handset

    Please note Gigaset.net supports broadband telephony: Gigaset.net calls that you make from your Gigaset S675 IP (base station and handset) with another broad- band-capable terminal have excellent sound quality. Every Gigaset VoIP device is assigned a Gigaset.net phone number by default £...
  • Page 58: Opening The Gigaset.net Directory

    VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net Please note If you do not use your Gigaset.net connection for six weeks, it is automatically deactivated. You cannot be reached for calls from Gigaset.net. The connection is reactivated: As soon as you start a search in the Gigaset.net directory or Make a call via Gigaset.net (dial a number with #9 at the end) or £...
  • Page 59: Searching For Subscribers In The Gigaset.net Directory

    VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net Please note If you press the assistant is canceled and will no longer be started. You §No§ must then create your entry as described on Page Gigaset.net Your Gigaset.net nickname: Ý ¤ Using the keypad, enter the name that you would like to be listed under in the Gigaset.net directory.
  • Page 60 VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net Example: Gigaset.net 3/50 Saal, Franz Sailor, Ben Sand, Anna Sand, Marie Elisabe... Sand, Otto Sang, Joseph View Options 1. 3/50: Entry number/number of hits 2. Name of an entry, abbreviated if necessary You can scroll through the Hit list with q. If it has not been possible to find a matching entry, a corresponding message is displayed.
  • Page 61: Managing Your Own Entry

    VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net Using other functions Prerequisite: The Hit list is displayed. ¢ q (Select entry) §Options§ The following functions can be selected with q: Copy to directory Copy the number to the handset directory. The number and name (abbrevi- ated if necessary, maximum 16 characters) are copied to the directory.
  • Page 62: Calling A Gigaset.net Subscriber

    VoIP telephony via Gigaset.net Please note If you delete the name, your entry is deleted from the directory. You are no longer "visible" to other Gigaset.net subscribers. However, you can still be reached via your Gigaset.net number. For instructions on displaying the number, see Page 198.
  • Page 63: Making Calls Via Network Services

    Making calls via network services Making calls via network services Network services are functions made available by your fixed line network or VoIP provider. Blocking your caller ID – Anonymous calling Phone number identification can be blocked. Your phone number will not be displayed when making outgoing calls.
  • Page 64: Further Network Services In The Fixed Line Network

    Making calls via network services Further network services in the fixed line network The following network services can only be used for making calls via the fixed line network. You will need to request them from your fixed line network pro- vider.
  • Page 65: Functions During A Call

    Making calls via network services When Select All Calls No Answer When Busy. All Calls: Calls are forwarded immediately, i.e. calls for this VoIP phone number are no longer signaled on your phone. No Answer: Calls are forwarded if there is no reply within several rings. Calls are forwarded if your line is busy.
  • Page 66 Making calls via network services Consultation calls During a call: ¢ External Call §Options§ Enter number or copy it from the directory and briefly press/press and hold the Talk key c. The number must be dialed via VoIP. Please note After a few seconds, the number selected for a consultation call is saved in the Last Number Redial list.
  • Page 67 Making calls via network services Accepting a waiting call £ Prerequisite: Call waiting is activated ( Page 63). ¢ Accept Call Wait §Options§ You have the option of call swapping or holding a conference call. Please note If the first call was an internal call, the internal connection is ended. An internal, waiting call is shown on the display.
  • Page 68: Using Lists

    Using lists Using lists The options are: Last Number Redial list E-mail and Messenger list Calls list Answering Machine list Network mailbox Using the Last Number Redial list The Last Number Redial list contains the 20 numbers last dialed with the hand- set (maximum 32 digits).
  • Page 69: Opening Lists With The Message Key

    Using lists Opening lists with the Message key You can use the Message key f to call the following lists: Answering Machine list £ Network mailbox, Page 107 A separate list is displayed for each network mailbox. Prerequisite: Its number is saved in the base station, it is switched on £...
  • Page 70: Calls List

    Using lists Calls list Depending on the list type set, the Calls list contains ‰ Answered calls (identified by Missed calls The numbers of the last 30 calls are saved. Multiple calls from the same number are stored once in the list of missed calls (the latest call).
  • Page 71: Answering Machine List

    Using lists Number or name of the caller The number is always saved in the list with the area code. £ You can copy the caller's number to the directory, Page £ Date and time of the call (if set, Page 16).
  • Page 72 Using lists You can use the Answering Machine list to listen to messages on the base sta- tion's answering machine. The first new message received is displayed at the start of the Answering Machine list. Playback starts when the list is opened. New messages are placed after old messages when they have been played back.
  • Page 73: Using Directories And Quick List

    Using directories and Quick list Using directories and Quick list The options are: The handset's directory, The handset's Quick list Handset directory/Quick list You can store up to 250 entries on your handset's directory and Quick list (the total number of entries depends on the size of the individual entries). You can set up individual directories and Quick lists for your handset.
  • Page 74 Using directories and Quick list Quick list In the Quick list you can save area codes of network providers ("call-by-call numbers") with which you can prefix the numbers when dialing via the fixed line network. ¤ Opening the Quick list in idle status with the C key. Entry length Number: maximum 32 digits...
  • Page 75 Using directories and Quick list Saving a number in the Quick list ¢ New Entry ¤ Change multiple line input: Number: Enter number. Name: Enter name. Selecting a directory entry/Quick list entry s / C Open the directory or Quick list. You have the following options: Use q to scroll through the entries until the required name is selected.
  • Page 76 Using directories and Quick list Delete Entry Delete selected entry. Entry(directory only) Mark the directory entry as VIP (Very Important Person) and assign it a spe- cific ringer. You can then identify VIP calls by the ringer. £ Prerequisite: Caller ID ( Page 50).
  • Page 77 Using directories and Quick list Please note You can also send the complete directory via data transfer without opening the directory: ¢ ¢ ¢ í Data Transfer Directory Entries with identical numbers are not overwritten on the receiving handset. The transfer is canceled if the phone rings or if the memory of the receiving handset is full.
  • Page 78 Using directories and Quick list £ Anniversaries are automatically recorded in the calendar ( Page 111). ¢ £ s (Select entry; Page §View§ §Edit§ Press the Display keys one after the other. Skip to the line Annivers... Select On. Change multiple line input: Anniversary (Date) Enter day/month/year (8 digits).
  • Page 79: Setting Up Cost-Effective Calling

    Setting up Cost-effective calling Setting up Cost-effective calling Using the Internet (VoIP) is the preferred cost-effective way of making calls. You can also use your phone's cost control function for calls to fixed line or cel- lular phone networks. Open accounts with various VoIP providers who offer favorable rates for calls to other networks.
  • Page 80: Managing E-Mails

    Managing E-mails Managing E-mails Your phone informs you when new e-mail messages for you have arrived in your incoming e-mail server. You can display the text (unstructured) contained in the e-mail messages on the handset. You can set your phone to periodically connect to your incoming e-mail server and check whether you have new e-mail.
  • Page 81 Managing E-mails Typical display: Inbox Susi Sorglos 12/ 15/ 0812:20 Louise Miller 12/ 14/ 0811:15 Anna Sand 12/ 14/ 0810:45 View Delete 1 E-mail address or the name transmitted by the sender (abbreviated if necessary) Bold: Message is new. All e-mail messages that were not present in the incoming e-mail server when the Incoming Mail list was last opened are identified as "new".
  • Page 82: Reading E-Mail Messages

    Managing E-mails Login failed Error when logging into the incoming e-mail server. The reasons for this may include: – Wrong information on the name of the incoming e-mail server, user name and/or password ¤ £ Check settings ( Page 182). Mailbox settings incomplete Your information on the name of the incoming e-mail server, user name and/or password is incomplete.
  • Page 83: Viewing E-Mail Sender's Address

    Managing E-mails Viewing e-mail sender's address £ Prerequisite: You have opened the e-mail message to read ( Page 80). Press the Display key. §Options§ From Select and press §OK§ The sender's e-mail address is displayed in full (if necessary over several lines). ”...
  • Page 84: Using The Instant Messenger (Im)

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Your phone's messenger enables instant messaging (immediate message transfer, chatting). The phone supports the XMPP messenger (Jabber). Instant messaging refers to communication between "friends" on the Internet. Subscribers exchange short messages, which are forwarded immediately. This results in a flowing "conversation"...
  • Page 85: Establishing A Connection, Going Online

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Please note If your instant messaging provider doesn't support the phone's messenger cli- ent, you can open an account with an open Jabber server and use the Web configurator to enter its address in your phone. Many of these Jabber servers offer gateways to other message servers (e.g.
  • Page 86: Changing/Checking Your Personal Status, Going Offline

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) If the connection cannot be established, you will receive a message to that £ effect. Please try again later ( Page 91). Please note You can also assign the messenger to one of the Display keys on your handset £...
  • Page 87: Opening The Buddy List

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Invisible You are and can send and receive messages. Online However, the message server indicates to your buddies that you are Offline. Please note All status settings apart from only inform other buddies about your Offline communication status.
  • Page 88 Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Please note You can also receive and respond to messages from buddies who are not on the list displayed on the handset. Example: Buddies Mark Julian & Lisa & Herbert Chat Info The Web names (nicknames) of your buddies are displayed on the list. If they do not have a Web name, the user ID is displayed.
  • Page 89: Receiving Messages

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Requesting information about buddies £ You have opened the Buddy list ( Page 85). Select buddy. Press the Display key. §Info§ The display depends on the provider. Example: Info Julian Online Julian@jabbe.com Ý Chat 1 Web name (nickname, abbreviated if necessary) 2 Status 3 User ID (format: userid@provider-domain;...
  • Page 90 Using the Instant Messenger (IM) ¤ Select list if required and press . The number in brackets Messenger: (2) §OK§ indicates the number of new messages. Please note If you are in the messenger menu or one of its submenus/text editors and you press the flashing Message key , this will open the Messenger...
  • Page 91: Writing And Sending Messages

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Reading messages Prerequisite: You have opened the Message list and selected a message with q. ¤ Press the Display key §Read§ The message is opened for you to read. You have the following options: Delete a message from the list. You will return to the Message list. §Delete§...
  • Page 92: Calling A Buddy

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Interruption while writing If you receive a call while you are writing a message or the connection to the message server is interrupted, the text editor is terminated. Your message is stored temporarily until ... £...
  • Page 93: Self-Help With Errors

    Using the Instant Messenger (IM) Self-help with errors While establishing a connection to the message server, during connection and when sending messages the following errors may occur. Behavior when the connection is lost If the connection to the message server is interrupted, an appropriate message is shown in the display.
  • Page 94: Info Center - With The Handset Always Online

    Info Center – with the handset always online Info Center – with the handset always online You can use your handset to retrieve online content from the Internet, i.e. request info services that are provided specially for the handset. The info serv- ices available are constantly updated.
  • Page 95: Registering For Personalized Info Services

    Info Center – with the handset always online Messages when loading requested information The information is loaded from the Internet. Wait a few seconds until the infor- mation is displayed. The display shows Please wait. If the information for an info service cannot be displayed, one of the following messages appears: Requested page cannot be reached.
  • Page 96: Operating The Info Center

    Info Center – with the handset always online If registration failed, a message to this effect appears on the display, £ Messages when loading requested information, Page Please note Please remember that registration data is case sensitive. To enter text £...
  • Page 97: Entering Text

    Info Center – with the handset always online If you press , then, depending on the provider: §Call§ The number is either dialed immediately or It appears first in the display, in which case you must first confirm the number before it is dialed. Example: Dial Number 12345678 ¤...
  • Page 98: Displaying Information From The Internet As A Screensaver

    Info Center – with the handset always online Displaying information from the Internet as a screensaver You can configure your handset to display a customized information feed (e.g. weather reports, newsfeeds) in the device's idle display. To do this, you must switch on the screensaver Clock on your handset £...
  • Page 99: Operating The Base Station Answering Machine

    Operating the base station answering machine Operating the base station answering machine You can operate the answering machine that is integrated in the base station via the handset or via remote operation (other phone/cellular phone). You can record your own announcement message or advisory message via the handset. Please note Connections to the answering machine (internal and external) are not estab- lished using broadband.
  • Page 100 Operating the base station answering machine Activating/deactivating the answering machine ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ ‰ Ð Voice Mail Local AM Ans Machine = on) When the answering machine is activated, the remaining memory time is £ announced. If the time has not yet been set ( Page 16), an appropriate announcement is made.
  • Page 101 Operating the base station answering machine Activation Select Off. ¤ Save changes with §Save§ If the messages memory is full and has been selected, saving is Activation On interrupted and you will receive an instruction to delete old messages. ¤ Delete old messages and repeat the setting.
  • Page 102 Operating the base station answering machine Playing back announcements ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ ¢ Ð Voice Mail Local AM Announcements Play Announcement/ Play Ann Only If you have not recorded a personal announcement, the relevant pre-recorded announcement is played. Record a new announcement while playing back the announcement: £...
  • Page 103 Operating the base station answering machine After the last new message you will hear the end tone and an announcement about how much recording time remains. You can listen to old messages if there are no more new messages. Begin or resume playback as described above.
  • Page 104: Deleting Messages

    Operating the base station answering machine Deleting messages You can either delete all old messages together or individually. Deleting all old messages During playback or pause: Press the Display key. §Options§ Del All Old Msgs Select and press §OK§ Press the Display key to confirm the prompt. §Yes§...
  • Page 105: Activating/Deactivating Call Screening

    Operating the base station answering machine ¤ Inform the caller that the call is being recorded. Press the Display key. §Options§ Two-way Record Select and press §OK§ Two-way record is indicated on the display by an advisory text and is added to the answering machine list as a new message.
  • Page 106 Operating the base station answering machine Ring delay/cost saving function for remote operation You can set when you want the answering machine to accept a call. The options are: delay, after sec., 18 sec. 30 sec. and the cost-saving set- ting Auto.
  • Page 107: Configuring The Answering Machine For Fast Access

    Operating the base station answering machine Configuring the answering machine for fast access You can assign the local answering machine or one of your network mailboxes £ to key for fast access ( Page 108). This setting is handset-specific. Configuring the local answering machine for fast access Prerequisite: At least one of your handset's send/receive numbers matches a receive number of the answering machine.
  • Page 108 Operating the base station answering machine You can control message playback using the keypad. Please note The answering machine will terminate the connection under the following cir- cumstances: An incorrect system PIN has been entered. There are no messages in the answering machine. After the remaining memory announcement Operating the answering machine via the keypad The following keys are used for operation:...
  • Page 109: Using The Network Mailbox

    Using the network mailbox Using the network mailbox Some fixed network providers and VoIP providers offer answering machines on the network – these are known as network mailboxes. Each network mailbox accepts incoming calls made via the corresponding line (fixed line network or corresponding VoIP phone number). To record all calls, you should therefore set up network mailboxes for both the fixed line network and for each of your VoIP connections.
  • Page 110: Configuring The (Network) Mailbox For Fast Access

    Using the network mailbox Please note For information on how to activate and deactivate network mailboxes via the £ Web configurator and to change their assigned numbers, Page 175. Configuring the (network) mailbox for fast access You can use fast access to make direct calls to a network mailbox or the inte- grated answering machine on the base station.
  • Page 111: Listening To Messages On The Network Mailbox

    Using the network mailbox Call the network mailbox Press and hold. If you have set a network mailbox for fast access you are connected straight to this network mailbox. If necessary, press the Speaker key. You will hear the network mailbox announcement. If you have set the integrated answering machine on the base station for fast £...
  • Page 112: Eco Dect: Conserving Energy

    ECO DECT: Conserving energy You are connected directly to the network mailbox and hear its announcement. Messages can generally be played back using your handset keypad (digit codes). Listen to the announcement. Please note The network mailbox is automatically called via the corresponding connec- tion.
  • Page 113: Setting An Appointment (Calendar)

    Setting an appointment (calendar) Setting an appointment (calendar) You can use your handset to remind yourself of up to 30 appointments. £ Anniversaries entered in the directory ( Page 75) are automatically recorded in the calendar. Saving an appointment If you have already saved 30 appointments, you must first delete an existing appointment.
  • Page 114: Managing Appointments

    Setting an appointment (calendar) Managing appointments ¢ ç or v. Days Select the day in the graphical calendar and press §OK§ on which appointments have already been saved are highlighted in black in the calendar. Select appointment for the day. Open menu §Options§...
  • Page 115: Setting The Alarm Clock

    Setting the alarm clock ¢ ¢ í Missed Appts. Select appointment/anniversary. Information about the appointment/anniversary is displayed. A missed appointment is displayed with the appointment name and a missed anniversary is displayed with the last name and first name. The date and time will also be given. Delete appointment Delete Press and hold (idle status).
  • Page 116: Using Multiples Handsets

    Page 169. Registering another Gigaset S67H handset on the Gigaset S675 IP Before you can use your handset, you must register it to the base station. You must initiate handset registration on the handset and on the base station.
  • Page 117: De-Registering Handsets

    The handset with the internal number 6 is being used: the handset you wish to register cannot be registered. Registering other handsets on the Gigaset S675 IP You can register other Gigaset handsets and handsets for other devices with GAP functionality as follows.
  • Page 118: Changing The Base Station

    Using multiples handsets Ending paging ¤ £ Briefly press the Registration/Paging key on the base station ( Page ¤ On a handset: press the Talk key c or End Call key a or Display key §Silence§ Changing the base station If your handset is registered to more than one base station, you can set it to a particular base station or to the base station that has the best reception (Best...
  • Page 119: Changing The Name Of A Handset

    Using multiples handsets Changing the name of a handset The names "INT "INT 2", etc. are assigned automatically at registration. You 1", can change these names. The changed name is displayed in every handset's list. Open the list of handsets. Your own handset is indicated by <. Select handset.
  • Page 120 Using multiples handsets Transferring a call to another handset You can forward (connect) an external call, made via the fixed line network or VoIP, to another handset. Open the list of handsets. The external participant hears hold music if activated £...
  • Page 121: Using A Handset As A Room Monitor

    Using a handset as a room monitor Accepting/rejecting call waiting during an internal call If you receive an external call during an internal call, you will hear the call waiting tone (short tone). With Caller ID, the caller's number or name will appear in the display.
  • Page 122 Using a handset as a room monitor Activating the room monitor and entering the destination number ¢ ¢ í Room Monitor ¤ Change multiple line input: Room M. Select to activate. Call to External number: ¤ Ò Select the number from the directory (press Display key ) or enter it directly.
  • Page 123 Using a handset as a room monitor Deactivating the room monitor remotely Prerequisites: The room monitor call is sent to an external destination number. The telephone called supports tone dialing. ¤ Accept a call at the handset acting as the room monitor and press keys 9 ;.
  • Page 124: Handset Settings

    Handset settings Handset settings Your handset is preconfigured, but you can change the settings to suit your individual requirements. Changing the display language You can view the display texts in different languages. ¢ ¢ ¢ Ð Handset Language ‰ The current language is indicated by Select a language and press §OK§...
  • Page 125: Setting The Display

    Handset settings Setting the display You have a choice of four color schemes and several different contrasts. ¢ ¢ Ð Display Color Scheme Select and press §OK§ ‰ Select a color scheme and press = current color). §OK§ Press briefly. Skip to the line.
  • Page 126: Setting The Display Backlight

    Handset settings Changing the screensaver ¢ ¢ ¢ Ð Display Screen Saver Skip to the Selection line. Press the Display key. The active screensaver is displayed. §View§ Select screensaver and press §Change§ ¤ Press the Display key to save the changes. §Save§...
  • Page 127: Quickly Accessing Functions And Numbers

    Handset settings Please note The handset's standby time can be significantly reduced if the display back- light (On) is activated. Quickly accessing functions and numbers You can assign the left Display key and each of the digit keys Q and 2 to O a number or a function.
  • Page 128 Handset settings If you press the Display key , a number editor is opened. §Withhold§ Enter the phone number and press the Display key §Send§ The number is always dialed via the fixed line network. This function does not support dialing with a line suffix. E-mail §EMail§...
  • Page 129: Activating/Deactivating Auto Answer

    Handset settings Activating/deactivating auto answer If you activate this function, when you receive a call you can simply lift the handset out of the charging cradle without having to press the Talk key c. ¢ ¢ Ð Handset Auto Answer ‰...
  • Page 130: Changing Ringers

    Handset settings Changing ringers Volume: You can choose between five volumes (1–5; e.g. volume 2 = ˆ) and the "crescendo" ring (6; volume increases with each ring = ‰). Ringers: You can select various ringers, melodies or any sound from My stuff £...
  • Page 131 Handset settings Activating/deactivating the ringer You can deactivate the ringer on your handset before you answer a call or when the handset is in idle status; the ringer can be deactivated permanently or just for the current call. The ringer cannot be re-activated while an external call is in progress.
  • Page 132: Activating/Deactivating Advisory Tones

    Handset settings Activating/deactivating advisory tones Your handset uses advisory tones to tell you about different activities and sta- tuses. The following advisory tones can be activated/deactivated independ- ently of each other: Key tones: every key press is confirmed. Acknowledge tones: –...
  • Page 133: Managing My Stuff

    Handset settings Managing My stuff My stuff on the handset manages sounds, which you can use as ringers, and pictures (CID pictures and screensavers), which you can use as caller pictures or as screensavers. Prerequisite: Caller ID (CID). My stuff can manage the following media types: Icon Sound Format...
  • Page 134: Setting Your Own Area Code

    Handset settings Renaming/deleting a picture You have selected an entry. Open menu. Options§ If a picture cannot be deleted (è), these options are not available. Depending on the situation, you can select the following functions: Delete Entry The selected entry is deleted. Delete List All entries in the list that can be deleted are deleted.
  • Page 135: Restoring The Handset Default Settings

    Setting the base station via the handset Restoring the handset default settings Each individual handset setting is reset – in particular the language, display, £ volume, ringers and alarm clock settings ( Page 122). The Last Number Redial list is cleared. Entries in the directory, the Quick list, the Calls list and the handset's registra- tion to the base station as well as the content of My stuff are retained.
  • Page 136: Restoring The Base Station To The Factory Settings

    Setting the base station via the handset Resetting the system PIN If you have forgotten your system PIN, you can reset the base station to the original PIN 0000. To do this, you must reset your base station using the key on £...
  • Page 137: Activating/Deactivating Music On Hold

    Setting the base station via the handset Resetting the base station using a key on the base station As with resetting the base station via the menu, all individual settings are reset. The system PIN will also be reset to 0000 and only the handsets registered to the base station at delivery are registered.
  • Page 138: Entering Local And Extra Area Codes

    Setting the base station via the handset When making calls: ¤ Press the Talk key c briefly to make the call via the default connection. ¤ Press and hold the Talk key c to make the call via the other connection type.
  • Page 139: Updating The Base Station Firmware

    Setting the base station via the handset Updating the base station firmware If necessary, you can update your base station firmware. The firmware update is downloaded directly from the Internet by default. The relevant Web page is preconfigured in your phone. Prerequisite: The base station is in idle status, i.e.: No calls are being made via the fixed line network or VoIP.
  • Page 140: Making Voip Settings

    Making VoIP settings ú You can deactivate the automatic version check via the Web configurator £ Page 188). Making VoIP settings To use VoIP, you must set a few parameters for your phone. You can make the following settings using your handset. Download the general access data for your VoIP provider from the Gigaset configuration server and store it on your phone.
  • Page 141 Making VoIP settings Select country and press §OK§ Select your VoIP provider and press §OK§ Your VoIP provider data is downloaded and saved in your phone. If only one provider is available, the countries and providers lists are not dis- played.
  • Page 142: Setting The Phone's Ip Address In Lan

    Making VoIP settings User Name :/Authent. Password: Enter the provider-dependent access data that has to be transferred by the phone to the SIP service at registration. ¤ Press to save the settings. §Save§ Please note A previously set password is not displayed. Setting the phone's IP address in LAN The base station requires an IP address to be "recognized"...
  • Page 143: Activating/Deactivating The Display Of Voip Status Messages

    Making VoIP settings Subnet Mask: = Dynamic: IP Address Type The subnet mask that is currently assigned to the base station is displayed. It cannot be amended. IP Address Type = Static: Enter the subnet mask to be assigned to the base station (overwriting the current settings).
  • Page 144: Checking The Base Station Mac Address

    Operating the base station on the PABX Checking the base station MAC address Depending on your network configuration, you may have to enter your base station MAC address, for example, into your router's access Control list. You can check your base station MAC address: v N 5 O M 5 The base station MAC address is displayed.
  • Page 145: Setting Access Codes (External Line Prefixes)

    Operating the base station on the PABX Setting access codes (external line prefixes) Depending on your PABX, you must dial an access code before making external calls to obtain an external line. You can store this access code in your phone. It is then added automatically to the numbers, e.g.
  • Page 146: Switching Temporarily To Tone Dialing (Dtmf)

    Operating the base station on the PABX Switching temporarily to tone dialing (DTMF) If your PABX still operates with dial pulsing (DP), but you need tone dialing for a connection (e.g. to listen to the network mailbox for your fixed line network connection), you must switch to tone dialing for the call.
  • Page 147: Setting The Phone With The Pc

    Setting the phone with the PC Setting the phone with the PC The Web configurator is the Web interface for your phone. It allows you to select the settings for your phone's base station via your PC's Web browser. The Web configurator on your phone provides you with the following options: Configure your phone access to the local network (IP address, gateway to the Internet).
  • Page 148 Setting the phone with the PC Establishing a connection via the IP address: ¤ Establish the telephone's current IP address on the handset: You can see the phone's current IP address in the handset display by briefly pressing the Registration/Paging key on the base station. Your phone's IP address can change if you have activated dynamic IP address £...
  • Page 149: Logging In, Setting The Web Configurator Language

    Setting the phone with the PC Logging in, setting the Web configurator language Once you have successfully established the connection, the Web page is Login displayed in the Web browser. You can select the language you want the menus and Web configurator dialogs to be displayed in.
  • Page 150: Using The Web Pages

    Setting the phone with the PC Using the Web pages The Web pages contain the UI elements displayed in Figure 1. Navigation area Working area Buttons Menu bar Figure 1Example of the structure of a Web page Menu bar In the menu bar, the Web configurator menus are displayed in the form of tab pages.
  • Page 151: Navigation Area

    Setting the phone with the PC Navigation area In the navigation area, the functions of the menu selected in the menu bar £ Page 148) are listed. If you select a function, the associated page opens in the working area with information and/or fields for your inputs.
  • Page 152: Buttons

    Setting the phone with the PC Applying changes As soon as you have made your change on a page, activate the new setting on the phone by selecting Set. If your input in a field does not comply with the rules for this field, an appropri- ate error message is displayed.
  • Page 153: Setting The Phone With The Web Configurator

    Setting the phone with the PC Setting the phone with the Web configurator You can make the following settings using the Web configurator: £ Connect your phone to the local network ( Page 152) Configuration for telephony – Enter settings for the VoIP provider and configure or activate/deactivate £...
  • Page 154: Configuring The Ip

    Setting the phone with the PC Configuring the IP Assigning the IP address Select the necessary settings for operating your phone in your local network and to connect it to the Internet. For more detailed explanations of the individ- £ ual components/terms, see the glossary ( Page 225).
  • Page 155 Setting the phone with the PC Preferred DNS server Enter the IP address for the preferred DNS server. DNS (Domain Name System) allows you to assign public IP addresses to symbolic names. The DNS server is required to convert the DNS name into the IP address when a connection is being established to a server.
  • Page 156 Setting the phone with the PC Entering an HTTP proxy server (only when connected to an internal company network) Direct connections between network participants and the Internet are often not permitted within internal company or organization networks (intranet). In such cases, all HTTP calls from the network are "transferred" by a proxy server. The proxy server is a computer or program within the network.
  • Page 157: Configuring Telephone Connections

    Setting the phone with the PC Configuring telephone connections You can configure up to eight numbers on your phone: your fixed line network number, your Gigaset.net number and six VoIP numbers. You need to set up a VoIP account with a VoIP provider for each VoIP phone number.
  • Page 158 Setting the phone with the PC Line suffix that you have to add to the phone number of an outgoing call to Suffix allow the account assigned to the suffix to be used as the sending account. Example If you dial 123456765#1, the connection is made and billed through the first VoIP account, regardless of the VoIP number you have assigned to your hand- set as the send number and whether you briefly press/press and hold the Talk key.
  • Page 159 Setting the phone with the PC Configuring the VoIP connection ¤ ¢ ¢ Open the following Web page: Settings Telephony Connections. ¤ Select the Edit button next to the VoIP connection that you want to configure or the configuration you wish to change. This will open a Web page where you can make the settings that your phone needs to access your provider's VoIP server.
  • Page 160 Setting the phone with the PC ¤ Select the button. Start Auto Configuration The telephone establishes a connection to the Internet and downloads all data required for the VoIP connection, i.e. the general provider information and your personal provider data (account data) are saved to your base sta- tion.
  • Page 161 Setting the phone with the PC ¤ Select the button. Finish Please note If only one provider is available, the countries and providers lists are not displayed. The name of the provider is then displayed directly. The details of the selected provider are loaded to your phone and saved £...
  • Page 162 Setting the phone with the PC (optional) Display name Enter any name that should be shown in the other caller's display when you call them via the Internet (example: Anna Sand). All characters in the UTF8 charac- ter set (Unicode) are permitted. The name must not exceed 32 characters. If you do not enter a name, your Username or your VoIP phone number is dis-...
  • Page 163 Setting the phone with the PC Area: Network Please note If you have downloaded the general settings for your VoIP provider from the £ Gigaset configuration server ( Page 158), then some fields in this area are preset with the data from the download (e.g. the settings for the STUN server and outbound proxy).
  • Page 164 Setting the phone with the PC STUN refresh time Enter the time intervals at which the phone should repeat the registration with the STUN server. The repeat is required so that the entry of the phone in the tables of the STUN server is retained. The repeat is carried out for all activated VoIP phone numbers.
  • Page 165 Setting the phone with the PC Saving settings on the phone ¤ Select to save the changes. £ list is shown after saving ( Figure 2 Page 155). Connections To discard the changes: ¤ Select the Cancel button. If all fields are to be reset to the default settings: ¤...
  • Page 166: Optimizing Voice Quality For Voip Connections

    Setting the phone with the PC Configuring the Gigaset.net connection Your phone is assigned a Gigaset.net phone number by default. As soon as you have connected your phone to the Internet, you can make calls using the Gigaset.net and receive calls from other Gigaset.net subscribers, provided that your Gigaset.net connection has been activated.
  • Page 167 Setting the phone with the PC In the case of the voice codec, the voice data is digitalized (coded/decoded) and compressed. A "better" codec (better voice quality) means more data needs to be transferred, i.e. perfect voice data transfer requires a DSL connection with a larger bandwidth.
  • Page 168 Setting the phone with the PC Please note If only one VoIP connection is permitted, the following VoIP network services will no longer be available: Call waiting is not displayed during a call via VoIP. External consultation call from a VoIP call Call swap and initiating a conference call via VoIP Voice Quality Default settings for the codecs used are stored in your phone: one setting opti-...
  • Page 169 Setting the phone with the PC Voice codecs Prerequisite: The option is activated for the Own Codec preference Voice Quality in the Settings for Bandwidth area. Select the voice codecs your phone is to use, and specify the order in which the codecs are to be suggested when a VoIP connection is established via this VoIP phone number.
  • Page 170: Setting The Telephone's Default Connection

    Please note that voice delays can occur depending on the codec used and the network capacity utilization. Voice quality and infrastructure With your Gigaset S675 IP, you have the opportunity to make calls with good voice quality via VoIP. However, your phone's performance with VoIP – and therefore the voice quality –...
  • Page 171: Activating The Fixed Line Network Connection As An Alternate Connection

    Setting the phone with the PC Activating the fixed line network connection as an alternate connection You can activate the fixed line network connection on your phone as an alter- nate connection. If an attempt to establish a connection via VoIP then fails, an attempt is made automatically to establish the connection via the fixed line network.
  • Page 172 Setting the phone with the PC Please note A handset is assigned the following numbers after it is registered on the base station: Receive numbers: all phone numbers assigned to the phone (fixed line net- work, Gigaset.net and VoIP). Send numbers: the fixed line network number and the VoIP phone number that you entered at the start of the phone configuration.
  • Page 173: Assigning Receive Numbers To The Answering Machine

    Setting the phone with the PC Assigning receive numbers to the answering machine You can specify for which of your phone numbers your telephone's answering machine is to accept calls. To do this, assign receive numbers to the answering machine. Please note Once the new entry has been made, each VoIP phone number is assigned to the integrated answering machine as a receive number.
  • Page 174: For Voip

    Setting the phone with the PC Entering your own area code, activating/deactivating an automatic area code for VoIP On the base station, save the complete code (with international code) for the area in which you are using the phone. For VoIP calls you must generally always dial the area code – even for local calls. You can avoid having to dial the area code for local calls by setting your phone to prefix this code for all VoIP calls made in the same local area £...
  • Page 175: Defining Dialing Plans - Cost Control

    Setting the phone with the PC Defining dialing plans – cost control You can define dialing plans to reduce costs: You can define the connection (one of your VoIP accounts, the fixed line net- work) through which calls to specific numbers should be made and paid for. If you enter just a few digits (e.g.
  • Page 176 Setting the phone with the PC Connection Type The list shows all the VoIP connections that you have configured as well as your fixed line network connection. It also displays the name assigned to each con- nection. ¤ From the list, select the connection via which the number or numbers that start with the specified sequence of digits should be dialed.
  • Page 177: Activating/Deactivating Network Mailbox, Entering Numbers

    Setting the phone with the PC Deleting dialing plans ¤ Select next to the dialing plan you wish to delete. Delete The dialing plan is deleted from the list immediately. The space in the list is released. Please note Predefined dialing plans set as defaults (for emergency numbers) cannot be deactivated and cannot be deleted.
  • Page 178: Setting Dtmf Signaling For Voip

    Setting the phone with the PC Entering numbers ¤ Enter the network mailbox number in the column after the Call number desired connection. With some VoIP providers your mailbox number is downloaded together £ with the general VoIP provider data ( Page 158), saved to your base sta- tion and displayed under...
  • Page 179: Defining Flash Key Functions For Voip (Hook Flash)

    Setting the phone with the PC Defining Flash key functions for VoIP (hook flash) Your VoIP provider may support special performance features. To make use of these features, your phone needs to send a specific signal (data packet) to the SIP server.
  • Page 180: Defining Local Communication Ports For Voip

    Setting the phone with the PC Preferred Refer To Define the protocol (the contents of the "Refer To" information) that should be used with preference when forwarding calls: Target’s contact info This protocol is recommended for "closed" networks (internal company and business networks).
  • Page 181 Setting the phone with the PC Area Listen ports for VoIP connections Use random ports Click if you want the phone to use the ports specified in the fields SIP port port. Click if you do not want the phone to use fixed ports for SIP port port, but rather to use any free ports from predefined ranges of port numbers.
  • Page 182: Saving Messenger Access Data

    Setting the phone with the PC Saving messenger access data The messenger client in your base station enables instant messaging (imme- diate message transfer, chatting). The phone supports the XMPP messenger (Jabber). In order for you to use your phone's messenger to "go online" and "chat" on the Internet, the access data of a message server must be saved on your phone.
  • Page 183 Setting the phone with the PC ¤ Enter the number of the communication port on the Jabber server in the field. The default port is 5222. Jabber server port If you have selected Messenger Account = Gigaset.net, the port number is pre- configured.
  • Page 184: Configuring Incoming E-Mail

    Setting the phone with the PC Please note For details of how to use your handset to go online and chat with or call bud- £ dies, Page Configuring incoming e-mail You can use your phone to be notified about new e-mail messages on your incoming e-mail server and display the incoming mail list and the text of the £...
  • Page 185: Changing Internal Handset Numbers And Names

    Setting the phone with the PC Area Info Services Configuration ¤ Click the link. www.gigaset.net/myaccount The Web page for Gigaset.net info services is opened. You are now regis- tered with your Gigaset.net user ID. Your Gigaset.net user ID and password are displayed in the Info Services Configuration area of the Web configurator...
  • Page 186: Transferring Handset Directories To/From The Pc

    Setting the phone with the PC In the Registered Handsets area The names and internal numbers of all registered handsets are displayed. ¤ Select the handset whose number/name you want to change. ¤ Changing numbers: Select the internal number that you want to assign to the handset in the column of the handset.
  • Page 187 Setting the phone with the PC Prerequisites: The handset can send and receive directory entries. The handset is activated and is in idle status. ¤ ¢ Open the following Web page: Settings Handsets. The names of all registered handsets are displayed in the area.
  • Page 188: Activating Voip Status Message Display

    E-mail address Date (YYYY-MM-DD) and time of the reminder call (HH:MM) separated by a "T" (example: 2008-01-12T11:00). Identification as VIP (X-SIEMENS-VIP:1) Other information that a vCard may contain is not entered into the handset directory. Example for an entry in vCard format: BEGIN:VCARD VERSION:2.1...
  • Page 189: Starting A Firmware Update

    Setting the phone with the PC Starting a firmware update If necessary, you can load updates of the base station firmware onto your phone. The server on which Gigaset Communications makes new firmware versions available for your base station is set by default. The URL of the Internet server is displayed in the field.
  • Page 190: Activating/Deactivating The Automatic Version Check

    Setting the phone with the PC This setting is automatically used for this particular firmware update. The URL in the field is saved and used again for subsequent firmware Data server updates. You will have to re-enter the IP address and file name to carry out another update with a firmware file on your local PC.
  • Page 191 Setting the phone with the PC mum 74 characters). The time server "europe.pool.ntp.org" is set as default on the base station. You can overwrite the setting. ¤ From the Country list, select the country in which your base station is being operated.
  • Page 192: Querying The Phone Status

    Setting the phone with the PC Querying the phone status General information about your phone is displayed. ¤ In the menu list, select the Status tab. The following information is displayed: Area: IP Configuration IP address The phone's current IP address within the local network. For information on £...
  • Page 193: Getting Help With Your Phone

    Getting help with your phone Getting help with your phone Questions and answers If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24/7 at www.gigaset.com/customercare. The table below contains a list of common problems and possible solutions. Please note To ensure the quickest and most efficient response from Customer Service, please have the following information available:...
  • Page 194 Getting help with your phone Handset does not ring. 1. The ringer is deactivated. ¥ £ Activate the ringer ( Page 129). 2. Call forwarding set to Calls. ¥ Deactivate call forwarding (VoIP: Page 62/Page 171). You cannot hear a ringer/dialing tone from the fixed line network. Base station's phone cord has been replaced.
  • Page 195 Getting help with your phone You cannot make calls via VoIP. is displayed. Server not accessible ¥ First wait a few minutes. This is often a short-term event that corrects itself after a short time. If the message continues to be displayed, proceed as follows: ¥...
  • Page 196 Getting help with your phone No firmware update or VoIP profile download is carried out. 1. If is displayed, the VoIP connections may be busy or a download/ Currently not possible update is already being carried out. ¥ Repeat the process at a later time. 2.
  • Page 197: Using Voip Status Codes

    Getting help with your phone The local answering machine is not recording any messages/has switched over to answer only. Its memory is full. ¥ Delete old messages. ¥ Play back new messages and delete. The local answering machine will not record a call or interrupts the recording. 1.
  • Page 198 Getting help with your phone Status Meaning code 0x302 Temporarily redirected. The phone is informed that the called party cannot be reached under the dialed number. The call is redirected for a limited period. The phone is also notified of the length of the redirection. 0x305 The query is sent to a different "proxy server", e.g.
  • Page 199 Getting help with your phone Status Meaning code 0x484 Wrong number: In most cases this response means that you have simply omitted one or more digits in the phone number. 0x485 The URI dialed is not unique and cannot be processed by the VoIP provider. 0x486 The called party is busy.
  • Page 200: Checking Service Information

    Getting help with your phone Status Meaning code 0x515 The server rejects the query because the message exceeds the maximum per- mitted size. 0x600 The called party is busy. 0x603 The called party has rejected the call. 0x604 The called URI does not exist. 0x606 The communication settings are not acceptable.
  • Page 201 Getting help with your phone Informs the service employee of the base station settings (in hex format), e.g. the number of registered handsets. The last 4 digits indicate the number of operating hours (hexadecimal). Variant (digits 1 to 2), Version of the base station firmware (digits 3 to 5). Gigaset.net number of your phone.
  • Page 202: Protecting Our Environment

    Protecting our environment Protecting our environment Our environmental mission statement We, Gigaset Communications GmbH, bear social responsibility and are actively committed to a better world. Our ideas, technologies and actions serve people, society and the environment. The aim of our global activity is to secure sustain- able life resources for humanity.
  • Page 203: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Care ¤ Wipe down the base station and handset with a damp cloth (no solvents) or an antistatic cloth. Never use a dry cloth as This can cause static. Contact with liquid If the handset should come into contact with liquid: ¤...
  • Page 204: General Specifications

    Appendix Handset operating times/charging times The operating time of your Gigaset depends on the capacity and age of the bat- teries and the way they are used. (All times are maximum possible times and apply when the display backlight is switched off). Capacity (mAh) 1000 1200...
  • Page 205: Writing And Editing Text

    Appendix Pin connections on the telephone jack If you buy a replacement phone cord from a retailer, pay attention to the wiring of the phone jack. Correct pin assignment on the phone jack 1 unused 2 unused 5 unused 6 unused Writing and editing text The following rules apply when writing text: Control the cursor with u v t s.
  • Page 206 Appendix Writing a text/name (without predictive text) Press the relevant key several times to enter letters/characters. Standard characters ä á à â ã ç ë é è ê ï í ì î ö ñ ó ò ô õ ß ü ú...
  • Page 207 Appendix Each key between Q and O is assigned several letters and characters £ Entering special characters, Page 203). These appear in a selection line immediately under the text panel (above the Display keys) as soon as you press a key. The letter you are most likely looking for is reverse highlighted and is at the beginning of the selection line.
  • Page 208 Appendix Order of directory entries Directory entries are generally sorted alphabetically by last name. Spaces and digits take first priority. If only the first name was entered in the directory, this is incorporated into the sort order instead of the last name. The sort order is as follows: Space §§1§§...
  • Page 209: Industry Canada Certification

    Industry Canada Certification Industry Canada Certification Operation is subject to the following two conditions (1) this device may not cause inter- ference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device. NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment.
  • Page 210: Fcc / Acta Information

    FCC / ACTA Information FCC / ACTA Information Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by Gigaset Com- munications USA LLC could void the FCC authority to operate the equipment. This includes the addition of any external antenna device. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA.
  • Page 211 FCC / ACTA Information such interference, the system base should not be placed near or on top of a TV or VCR; and, if interference is experienced, moving the base farther away from the TV or VCR will often reduce or eliminate the interference. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installa- tion.
  • Page 212: Safety Precautions

    FCC / ACTA Information Safety precautions Before using your telephone equipment, basic safety instructions should always be fol- lowed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons. 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3.
  • Page 213 FCC / ACTA Information BATTERY SAFETY PRECAUTIONS To reduce the risk of fire, injury or electric shock, and to properly dispose of batteries, please read and understand the following instructions. CONTAINS NICKEL METAL HYDRIDE BATTERY. BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED OF PROPERLY.
  • Page 214: Service (Customer Care)

    Service (Customer Care) Service (Customer Care) Customer Care Warranty for Cordless Products To obtain Customer Care Warranty service, product operation information, or for problem resolution, call: Toll Free: 1-866-247-8758 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. EST Monday-Saturday excluding holidays (English) 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (noon) EST Monday-Saturday excluding holidays (French) End-user limited warranty This product is covered by a one year limited warranty.
  • Page 215 Service (Customer Care) to failures or defects caused by misuse, abuse, accidents, physical damage, abnormal operation, improper handling or storage, neglect, alterations, unauthorized installa- tion, removal or repairs, failure to follow instructions, problems caused by the carrier's network coverage, exposure to fire, water or excessive moisture or dampness, floods, or extreme changes in climate or temperature, acts of God, riots, acts of terrorism, spills of food or liquids, viruses or other software flaws introduced into the Product or other acts which are not the fault of Gigaset NAM and which the Product is not spec-...
  • Page 216 Service (Customer Care) 6. LIMITATION ON REMEDIES; NO CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES Your exclusive remedy for any breach of this limited warranty is as set forth above. Except for any refund elected by Gigaset NAM, YOU ARE NOT ENTITLED TO ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, if the Product does not meet the limited warranty , and, to the maximum extent allowed by applicable law, even if any remedy fails of its essential purpose.
  • Page 217 1-866-247-8758. Issued by Gigaset Communications GmbH Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset Communications GmbH is a licensee of the Siemens trademark. © Gigaset Communications GmbH 2009 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved. Product attributes subject to change.
  • Page 218: Gigaset S675 Ip - Free Software

    Gigaset S675 IP – free software Gigaset S675 IP – free software Your Gigaset S675 IP's firmware includes free software that is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License. This free software was developed by a third party and is protected by copyright. You will find the license text in its orig- inal English version on the pages that follow.
  • Page 219 Gigaset S675 IP – free software GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 2.1, February 1999 Copyright (C) 1991, 1999 Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.
  • Page 220 Gigaset S675 IP – free software We call this license the "Lesser" General Public License because it does less to protect the user's freedom than the ordinary General Public License. It also provides other free soft- ware developers less of an advantage over competing non-free programs. These disad- vantages are the reason we use the ordinary General Public License for many libraries.
  • Page 221 Gigaset S675 IP – free software 2. You may modify your copy or copies of the Library or any portion of it, thus forming a work based on the Library, and copy and distribute such modifications or work under the terms of Section 1 above, provided that you also meet all of these conditions: a) The modified work must itself be a software library.
  • Page 222 Gigaset S675 IP – free software However, linking a "work that uses the Library" with the Library creates an executable that is a derivative of the Library (because it contains portions of the Library), rather than a "work that uses the library". The executable is therefore covered by this License.
  • Page 223 Gigaset S675 IP – free software It may happen that this requirement contradicts the license restrictions of other proprie- tary libraries that do not normally accompany the operating system. Such a contradiction means you cannot use both them and the Library together in an executable that you dis- tribute.
  • Page 224 Gigaset S675 IP – free software excluded. In such case, this License incorporates the limitation as if written in the body of this License. 13. The Free Software Foundation may publish revised and/or new versions of the Lesser General Public License from time to time. Such new versions will be similar in spirit to the present version, but may differ in detail to address new problems or concerns.
  • Page 225 Gigaset S675 IP – free software How to Apply These Terms to Your New Libraries If you develop a new library, and you want it to be of the greatest possible use to the pub- lic, we recommend making it free software that everyone can redistribute and change.
  • Page 226: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Gigaset handsets Upgrade your Gigaset to a cordless PABX: Gigaset S67H handset HDSP ready Illuminated graphical color display (65k colors) Illuminated keypad Speaker Polyphonic ringer melodies Directory for around 250 entries Picture Caller ID Headset socket Room monitor www.gigaset.com/gigasets67h www.gigaset.com/gigasets68h Gigaset A58H handset...
  • Page 227: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary ADSL Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line Special form of DSL. Application Layer Gateway NAT control mechanism of a router. Many routers with integrated NAT use ALG. ALG lets the data packets in a VoIP connection pass and adds the public IP address of the secure private network. The router's ALG should be deactivated if the VoIP provider offers a STUN server or an outbound proxy.
  • Page 228 Glossary Call swap allows you to switch between two callers or between a conference Call swap call and an individual caller without allowing the waiting caller to listen to the call. Call waiting = CW. VoIP provider feature. A beep during a call indicates that another caller is wait- ing.
  • Page 229 Glossary Call Waiting Call waiting. DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Internet protocol which regulates the automatic assignment of IP addresses Network subscribers. The protocol is made available in the network by a server. A DHCP server can, for example, be a router. The phone contains a DHCP client.
  • Page 230 Glossary DSLAM Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer The DSLAM is a switch cabinet in an exchange at which all subscriber connec- tors converge. DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency Another description for dual tone multi-frequency dialing (DTMF). Dynamic IP address A dynamic IP address is assigned to a network component automatically via DHCP.
  • Page 231 Glossary Fragmentation Data packets that are too big are split into smaller packets (fragments) before they are transferred. They are put together again when they reach the recipient (defragmented). Data transmission is a mode in which data can be sent and received at the same Full duplex time.
  • Page 232 Glossary Global System for Mobile Communication Originally, a European standard for mobile networks. GSM can now be described as a worldwide standard. In the USA and Japan national standards are now more frequently supported than in the past. Headset Combination of microphone and headphone. A headset makes using the speaker more convenient.
  • Page 233 Glossary A unique address for a network component within a network based on the TCP/ IP address IP protocols (e.g. LAN, Internet). On the Internet, domain names are usually assigned instead of IP addresses. assigns the corresponding IP address to the domain name.
  • Page 234 Glossary Maximum Receive Unit Defines the maximum user data volume within a data packet. Maximum Transmission Unit Defines the maximum length of a data packet that can be carried over the net- work at a time. Music on hold Music that is played while you are on a Consultation call Call swap.
  • Page 235 Glossary Paging (handset search) A base station function to locate registered handsets. The base station estab- lishes a connection to every registered handset. The handsets start to ring. Pag- ing is activated by briefly pressing the button on the base station and is deacti- vated by briefly pressing the same button again.
  • Page 236 Glossary Quality of Service (QoS) Quality of service Describes the Quality of Service in communication networks. Differentiations are made between various Quality of Service classes. QoS influences the flow of data packets on the Internet, e.g. by prioritizing data packets, reserving bandwidth and data packet optimization. In VoIP networks, QoS influences the voice quality.
  • Page 237 Glossary Routing is the transfer of data packets to another subscriber in your network. Routing On their way to the recipient, the data packets are sent from one router to the next until they reach their destination. If data packets were not forwarded in this way, a network like the Internet would not be possible.
  • Page 238 Glossary Segment of a Network. Subnet Subnet mask IP addresses consist of a fixed network number and a variable subscriber number. The network number is identical for all Network subscribers. The size of the network number part is determined in the subnet mask. In the subnet mask 255.255.255.0, for example, the first three parts of the IP address are the network number and the last part the subscriber number.
  • Page 239 Glossary Universal Resource Locator Globally unique address of a domain on the Internet. A URL is a subtype of URI. URLs identify a resource by its location on the Internet. For historical reasons the term is often used as a synonym for URI. User identification.
  • Page 240: Index

    Index Index activating/deactivating ..assigning receive numbers ..deleting messages ... . playing back messages ..record announcement/ Access code (PABX) .
  • Page 241 Index Available codecs list ........Away from computer (messenger) opening list .
  • Page 242 Index via VoIP/fixed line network Connecting phone to internal ..Calls list company network ......
  • Page 243 Index appointment reminder saving anniversary ..... . auto answer saving entry ....
  • Page 244 Index Protocol External line prefix (PABX) ......Dynamic IP address Extra area codes ..
  • Page 245 Index call forwarding setting up ....... calling participant speaker volume .
  • Page 246 Index Internal company network Message key ..... . . Internal consultation call On/Off key ..
  • Page 247 Index Main menu calling buddy ........Making calls changing own status .
  • Page 248 Index Network MB, see network mailbox Pack contents ....Network provider (numbers list) Paging ..... Network services Pauses (PABX) .
  • Page 249 Index Proxy-Server RFC 2833 (DTMF signaling) ......Public IP address Ring delay ....
  • Page 250 Index Shortcut (digit combination) speech pauses (VoIP) ....Signal strength Suppressing silence ....
  • Page 251 Index Version check, automatic activating display (handset) ....VIP (directory entry) activating display (Web config.) ....Voice over Internet Protocol status codes table .
  • Page 252 Index number assignment ..opening web page ... . phone status ....preferred DNS server .
  • Page 253: Mounting The Charging Cradle To The Wall

    Mounting the charging cradle to the wall Mounting the charging cradle to the wall Mounting the base station to the wall...
  • Page 254 Gigaset Communications GmbH Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset Communications GmbH is a licensee of the Siemens trademark Gigaset Communications GmbH is a licensee of the Siemens trademark © Gigaset Communications GmbH 2009 © Gigaset Communications GmbH 2009 All rights reserved.