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DHA-130 IP/DECT Phone
User Guide


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    DHA-130 IP/DECT Phone User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    .................................................. 1 ACKAGE ONTENTS ..........................................1 EQUIREMENTS FOR ETUP AND ONNECTION INTRODUCTION................................................... 2 .................................................. 2 EATURES AND ENEFITS HARDWARE OVERVIEW – BACK PANEL ..........................................3 LED I – F ............................................... 4 NDICATORS RONT ANEL ..................................................5 ANDSET ESCRIPTION GETTING STARTED..................................................6 ...................................................

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    Change Contrast Setting ..................................................57 Handset Extras................................................... 58 Base Station Settings ................................................. 60 Adding New Handsets....................................................60 Change Base Station ....................................................64 Delete Handset ......................................................66 Reset Base Station....................................................67 Change PIN......................................................68 ................................................69 SING THE TILITY Maintenance......................................................72 Status ........................................................

  • Page 4: Package Contents

    Ethernet Cable (the DHA-130’s Ethernet port is Auto-MDIX) • Caution: Using a power supply with a different voltage rating than the one included with the DHA-130 will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller.

  • Page 5: Introduction

    DHCP server in order to simplify setup. Your new DHA-130 IP/DECT Phone will enable you to make VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone calls − at a zero or very much reduced cost when compared to regular telephone service − to nearly anywhere, over the Internet. In addition the phone can be used for regular PSTN telephone service. With a D-Life account established, the Phone can simply be connected and used after a brief automatic configuration procedure.

  • Page 6: Hardware Overview - Back Panel

    Phone Connection Connect to your PSTN phone line using standard phone Factory Reset Button cabling. Pressing this button will restore the DHA-130 to its factory default settings. LAN Port Connect the Ethernet cable from your router to this port. Power Adapter Connect your 12V AC 1.25 A...

  • Page 7: Led Indicators - Front Panel

    LED Indicators – Front Panel Off Hook A steady green light indicates the phone is off the hook. A blinking green light indicates PSTN an incoming call. The light is dark when the A steady amber light phone is on the hook. indicates the PSTN line is connected.

  • Page 8: Handset Description

    Handset Description Earpiece Navigation Key - scrolls up/down through menus. When the D-Life desktop is displayed, push down to access phone records, push up to access D-Life phonebook menu. Left Soft Key – use to select highlighted menu option, perform corresponding function in display Talk Key - to place/receive a call Mode Key –...

  • Page 9: Getting Started

    Router Port Configuration on page 78. The DHA-130 is very easy to setup and use. Connect the phone line and Ethernet cable as illustrated in the Back Panel picture. Connect the power and the Phone will begin to establish the connection to the D-Life account server. This process is called provisioning. During the provisioning, the green VoIP LED indicator on the front of the base station will blink.

  • Page 10: Using The Handset

    Using the Handset Most of the commonly used functions, for making and receiving calls and storing phone numbers, are controlled using the Soft Keys and Navigation Button on the handset. The right and Left Soft Keys are used to perform an action or option listed on the bottom right or left side of the LCD display. The Navigation Button is used to scroll through menus and other entry functions.

  • Page 11: Handset Control Keys

    Handset Control Keys The primary control keys for the handset, the soft keys and navigation button, are illustrated here for your reference. Left Soft Key Right Soft Key Navigation Button From the desktop: Up Arrow – D-Life Phone Book Down Arrow – Handset Phone Book Left Arrow –...

  • Page 12: Connect To D-life

    Names The DHA-130 uses DHCP for to get its network settings. If you are using a broadband or DSL router as a DHCP server for your network, the phone should have no problem establishing a connection to the Internet. Make sure that the DHCP server (router) is configured with the correct IP settings for DNS service and gateway IP settings.

  • Page 13: View D-life Account Number

    View D-Life Account Number To view the account number and phone number for your DHA-130, from the Main Menu go to System > D-Life No. The sequence of display screens you will see are simulated below. MAIN MENU SYSTEM CALL LOGS...

  • Page 14: Incoming Calls

    Incoming Calls The procedures used when answering calls from D-Life VoIP stations or PSTN calls are identical. The main difference is that the LCD display will indicate that the incoming call is a VoIP call or PSTN call. The number of the caller appears as 123456 well as the type of call ([i] for VoIP IP call and [P] for PSTN).

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    is silenced from the handset while allowing voice and sound to still come through from the other end. To MUTE the handset, press the Right Soft Key while the call is active. [i]: 123456 00:00:04 OPTIONS MUTE Use the Left Soft key to view the options available while the call is active. OPTIONS SPEAKER HOLD LINE...

  • Page 16: Use Speaker Phone

    Use Speaker Phone While a call is active, the handset can be used in speakerphone mode. Simply choose the SPEAKER option in the OPTIONS menu during the call for hands free speaker mode. OPTIONS SPEAKER HOLD LINE HS PHONEBOOK --------------------------------- EXIT Putting Calls on Hold To put the active line on hold, use the HOLD LINE option in the OPTIONS menu.

  • Page 17: Call Waiting

    Call Waiting When an incoming call occurs while another call is active, the incoming call can be answered while placing the active call on hold automatically. Current call information does not flash Incoming call indicated by flashing indicator in the display. (flashing [i] for VoIP, flashing [P] for PSTN) [i]: 123456 The name and number of the unanswered...

  • Page 18: 3-way Conference Calls

    To return to the original call, use the SWITCH CALLS option in the OPTIONS menu. Switching to the other line will put the second call on hold while taking the original call off hold. OPTIONS SPEAKER RELEASE & HOLD SWITCH CALLS CONFERENCE EXIT 3-Way Conference Calls...

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    The display indicates that the handset is in CONFERENCE mode. CONFERENCE 00:12:37 OPTIONS MUTE To end the conference call or select one line to leave the conference call, bring up the OPTIONS menu again. OPTIONS SPEAKER END CALL 1 END CALL 2 END ALL CALLS EXIT Select the option to END ALL CALLS if you want to terminate calls on both lines.

  • Page 21: Intercom

    Intercom The DECT phone features handset-to-handset intercom. To use the intercom, press the Intercom button on the handset. INTERCOM HANDSET 1 HANDSET 2 HANDSET 3 HANDSET 4 CANCEL The display indicates the handset being paged. To terminate the intercom session, use the CANCEL option. HANDSET 3 CANCEL...

  • Page 22: Making Calls

    Making Calls Calls can be made using phone book entries. Frequently used numbers can be added to the Quick Dial list. Calls can also be dialed if they do not appear in your logs or phone book. This section describes how to do all of these. Calling a Phone Book Entry 1.

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    4. Choose OPTIONS. DETAILS [i]123456 OPTIONS EXIT 5. Choose the HANDSET or D-Life phonebook. OPTIONS USE NUMBER EDIT DELETE EXIT 6. Select DIAL to call the number. 123456 DIAL DELETE...

  • Page 24: Using Quick Dial

    Using Quick Dial Frequently used numbers can be designated Quick Dial numbers. Quick Dial numbers require pushing only a single button for a few seconds to dial. To place a Quick Dial call, press the number on the keypad assigned to the Quick Dial number. Keys 4 through 9 are used for Quick Dial. To designate a number as a Quick Dial number, it must already be in the Handset phone book.

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    4. The HANDSET phone book appears. Scroll to the name you want to add to the empty Quick Dial slot. HANDSET [P] BOBK [i]CAROLD [P]DENNYJ [i]MOM DETAILS EXIT 5. The HANDSET phone book appears. Choose OK to assign this number to the Quick Dial slot or choose LIST to go back to the HANDSET phone book. DETAILS [i]123456 DEFAULT...

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    on the handset. The number appears listed as in the example below. Choose OPTIONS to edit or delete the Quick Dial entry. KEY 4 [i]123456 OPTIONS EXIT 8. Select CHANGE to go to the Handset phone book listed entries and select a new number for the Quick Dial slot. Choose DELETE to remove the Quick Dial assignment, you will be asked to CONFIRM? The decision to delete in a new screen.

  • Page 27: Dialing A New Number

    Dialing a New Number Phone calls can be made through D-Life VoIP or the regular PSTN telephone network. To make VoIP calls, make sure the handset is in VoIP mode. Use the Mode button to toggle between VoIP mode and PSTN mode. The mode is indicated in the LCD main display. The “ ”...

  • Page 28: D-life Voip Calls To Pstn Numbers

    D-Life VoIP Calls to PSTN Numbers To place a D-Life VoIP call to a PSTN number, use the number keypad to enter the phone number using the following format: country code + area code + phone number Use the country code even when calling a number in the same country as where you are located. For example, to dial the number 555-1234 in the 212 area code in the United States, enter as follows: 00121255551234 10/01...

  • Page 29: D-life Voip Calls To Other D-life Accounts

    D-Life VoIP Calls to Other D-Life Accounts To place a D-Life VoIP call to other D-Life account numbers, simply enter the account number and press the green call button on the phone or choose DIAL. 4200105 10/01 05:21 DIAL DELETE As with regular PSTN phone calls, you will hear the phone ring on the other end.

  • Page 30: Local Pstn Phone Calls

    Local PSTN Phone Calls To place a local call through the regular PSTN network without using VoIP, the phone must be in PSTN mode. Press the Mode button on the handset, notice the “ ” icon appears in the main display and the “D-Life” can no longer be seen. 10/01 05:27 Menu...

  • Page 31: Phone Network Settings

    Phone Network Settings There are two methods available to change the IP settings of the base station unit. The IP settings can be changed using the handset or by accessing the DHA-130 web manager configuration utility. Read Using the Web Utility for information on change the network IP settings of the DHA-130.

  • Page 32: View Host Station Ip Address - Pppoe Connection

    (broadband or DSL router), the LCD display will look similar to this example: HOST IP [DHCP] View Host Station IP Address – PPPoE Connection There are two methods to view the IP address if the phone is configured for PPPoE connection. Use either the SYSTEM menu and choose HOST IP, or use the NETWWORK SETTINGS menu and choose PPPoE to view a display similar to the example below.

  • Page 33: Using The Phonebook

    Using the Phonebook Phone numbers can be stored in the phonebook by entering them manually or after calling or receiving a call. Use Call Logs to store phone numbers you have dialed or received. See Using Call Logs for a description on how to store dialed and received numbers. Up to one hundred phonebook entries can be stored. To enter phone numbers manually, access the phonebook from the “desktop”...

  • Page 34: Add Names To Phonebook

    Add Names to Phonebook 1. To create and new phone book entry, scroll down to select the NEW ENTRY option and press the Left Soft Key. HANDSET VIEW RECORD NEW ENTRY QUICK DIAL MEMORY STATUS EXIT 2. Enter a name for the phone book entry, use the numbered keypad to key in upper case characters of the alphabet. NEW ENTRY NAME: DELETE...

  • Page 35: Check Memory Status

    4. Now enter the phone number as it will be dialed. “Press” OK (with the Left Soft Key) to create the new entry. This number now appears in the Handset Phone Book and can be selected for quick dialing or dialed using the Handset Phone Book. NEW ENTRY NUMBER: 123456_...

  • Page 36: Using Call Logs

    Using Call Logs To view records of calls missed, dialed or received got to: MAIN MENU>CALL LOGS>MISSED to view missed calls. MAIN MENU>CALL LOGS>DIALED to view calls that have been dialed from the handset. MAIN MENU>CALL LOGS>RECEIVED to view incoming calls that have been answered. 1.

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    3. For example, go to the DIALED call log to see what numbers have been called using the handset. To view the time and date a number was dialed, scroll to select the number and use the DETAILS option. DIALED [i]0012125551234 [i]0012125550303 [i]0012125550022...

  • Page 38: Clear Log Entries

    7. You will need to enter a name, just using the numbered keypad and OK CALL LOG NAME: DELETE Clear Log Entries The call logs can be cleared (deleted) for all missed, dialed or received calls recorded in the logs. To clear log records go to MAIN MENU>CALL LOGS>CLEAR LOGS and choose the log category to be cleared.

  • Page 39: Change Network Settings

    Configure a Static IP Address To assign a Static IP address for the phone, do the following: 1. To change the local network IP settings for the DHA-130, go to the Network Settings menu. In the Main Menu choose SYSTEM. MAIN MENU...

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    3. In the NETWORK SETTINGS menu, choose STATIC IP to go to the IP address entry menu for Static IP address. NETWORK SETTINGS DHCP STATIC IP PPPoE EXIT 4. A prompt asks if you really want to manually configure the IP address. STATIC IP SET MANUALLY? NEXT...

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    5. Enter the static IP address that will be used for the DHA-130 on the LAN. IP address must be entered using the numbers on the keypad of the handset in the form so that all spaces are occupied by a numeral. For example, to enter a static LAN IP address, key the numbers as, there is no way to enter the “.”...

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    STATIC IP DNS2: DELETE 9. The LCD menu informs you that the DHA-130 base station is rebooting. It will take one or two minutes to restart and establish the D-Life connection. STATIC IP REBOOTING PLEASE WAIT DELETE...

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    D-Life 10/01 05:18 Menu Names...

  • Page 44: Setup A Pppoe Network Connection

    Setup A PPPoE Network Connection To configure the phone to use a PPPoE network connection, perform these steps: 1. To set up PPPoE configuration for the DHA-130, go to the Network Settings menu. In the Main Menu choose SYSTEM. MAIN MENU...

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    5-C. Enter the password using the keypad PASSWORD: and select OK to restart the base ******** station. DELETE 6. The LCD menu informs you that the DHA-130 base station is rebooting. It will take one or two minutes to restart and establish the D-Life connection.

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    PPPoE REBOOTING PLEASE WAIT A successful connection is indicated when “D-Life” appears in the main screen. The phone is now ready for use. D-Life 10/01 05:18 Menu Names...

  • Page 47: Handset Settings

    Handset Settings Settings for the handset include settings the time and date that appears in the display and the format used to display it; the melody and volume of the ringer for intercom, PSTN and IP phone calls, interface language and call services. To change any of these go to the Settings menu from the Main Menu as shown in the example here.

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    4. Now use the right and left arrows of the navigation button to adjust the volume and melody. The phone responds with an audible example of the change being made. That is, when the volume is increased, the ringer will ring at that increased volume for a second. Likewise, when scrolling through the melody options, the melody or ring tone will play briefly.

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    3. Choose KEY TONE. SOUNDS VoIP RINGER PSTN RINGER INTERCOM RINGER KEY TONE EXIT 4. Choose to turn the key tone ON or OFF and press OK. KEY TONE --------------------------- CANCEL Turn On/Off Handset Tone To turn off key tones (the noise produced when settings changes are changed or the handset is returned to its re-charger on the base station), go to SETTINGS>SOUNDS>HANDSET TONE.

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    Change Equalizer Settings To change the equalizer for normal sound, enhanced bass or treble, go to SETTINGS>SOUNDS>EQUALIZER. To change the equalizer settings: 1. Go to the SETTINGS menu. MAIN MENU SYSTEM CALL LOGS SETTINGS EXTRAS EXIT 2. Go to the SOUNDS menu. SETTINGS SOUNDS DATE AND TIME...

  • Page 53: Change Time And Date Settings

    4. Choose the equalizer setting for NORMAL, ENHANCED BASS or ENHANCED TREBLE and press OK. EQUALIZER NORMAL ENHANCED BASS ENHANCED TREBLE --------------------------- CANCEL Change Time and Date Settings Time and date settings are configured in a separate menu accessed through the handset settings menu. Date and time are displayed on the bottom of the desktop. To configure date and time or the format for display of time and date for the handset go to SETTINGS>DATE AND TIME and choose the function you want to change.

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    2. Select TIME and press OK. DATE AND TIME DATE FORMAT DATE TIME FORMAT TIME EXIT 3. Configure the HOUR and MINUTE with the right and left arrows of the navigation button. Press the right arrow to increase the number displayed by 1 for each press, press the left arrow key to decrease the number.

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    Change Date Setting To configure the date that is displayed on the bottom of the desktop: 1. From the SETTINGS menu, select DATE AND TIME and press OK. SETTINGS SOUNDS DATE AND TIME LANGUAGE CALL SERVICES EXIT 2. Select DATE and press OK. DATE AND TIME DATE FORMAT DATE...

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    To configure the time format used for the LCD display: 1. From the SETTINGS menu, select DATE AND TIME and press OK. SETTINGS SOUNDS DATE AND TIME LANGUAGE CALL SERVICES EXIT 2. Select TIME FORMAT and press OK. DATE AND TIME DATE FORMAT DATE TIME FORMAT...

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    Change Date Format For example, to configure the time that is displayed on the bottom of the desktop: 1. From the SETTINGS menu, select DATE AND TIME and press OK. SETTINGS SOUNDS DATE AND TIME LANGUAGE CALL SERVICES EXIT 2. Select DATE FORMAT and press OK. DATE AND TIME DATE FORMAT DATE...

  • Page 58: Change Language Setting

    Change Language Setting To change the language used in the LCD display, got to SETTINGS>LANGUAGE and choose form the languages offered. The default language is English. If the phone is reset, the language settings are also reset to English. The languages supported on the handset are: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Finnish.

  • Page 59: Change Call Service Settings

    Change Call Service Settings The phone supports Auto Answer to save an additional step when picking up the handset from the base station cradle to answer a call. When Auto Answer is enabled and the handset is resting in the base station cradle or recharging the battery, to answer an incoming call it is only necessary to pick up the handset.

  • Page 60: Change Contrast Setting

    Change Contrast Setting To change the contrast of the LCD display go to SETTINGS>CONTRAST, select the level of contrast and press OK, the display will use the selected contrast level so you will immediately see how it will appear. CONTRAST CONTRAST 1 CONTRAST 2 CONTRAST 3...

  • Page 61: Handset Extras

    Handset Extras The Extras menu access from the Main Menu includes alarm clock, timer and stopwatch functions. Alarm Clock To use the alarm clock function: 1. Choose the ALARM CLOCK option and press OK. EXTRAS ALARM CLOCK TIMER STOPWATCH ------------------------------------ EXIT 2.

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    3. Configure the HOUR and MINUTE for the alarm with the right and left arrows of the navigation button. Press the right arrow to increase the number displayed by 1 for each press, press the left arrow key to decrease the number. Use the up and down arrow keys to select HOUR or MINUTE for configuration.

  • Page 63: Base Station Settings

    Base Station Settings The Base Setup menu is used when there are more than one handset used or when there is more than one base station used. This is also where the base station can be reset to the factory default settings. Adding New Handsets If you are planning to use multiple handsets for a single base station, it will be necessary to register the added handset in order to be recognized by the base station.

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    Now use the handset being added to do the following: 1. Press the Left Soft Key to use the Menu option at the bottom of the desktop. 01/01 00:02 Menu Names 2. Now you can navigate through the MAIN MENU options by pressing the arrows of the navigation key. MAIN MENU SYSTEM CALL LOGS...

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    4. In the BASE SETUP menu, press the Left Soft Key to select the REGISTER option. BASE SETUP REGISTER SELECT BASE DELETE HANDSET RESET EXIT 5. In the REGISTER menu, press the Left Soft Key to select the BASE from the list. The base that has just been activated will appear marked by an asterisk (*) in the list.

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    REGISTER ENTER PIN: **** DELETE 7. Once the PIN has been keyed in, press the Left Soft Key to select the OK option. The handset will initiate a search for the base station and a negotiation process will take a few seconds until the DECT connection is established. SEARCHING 8.

  • Page 67: Change Base Station

    First press the Intercom button on the front of the base station for 5 seconds until the LEDs flash on and off in an alternating pattern. 1. To use another base station in an environment where more than one DHA-130 are being used, go to the BASE SETUP menu, choose SELECT BASE and press OK.

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    2. Choose a base from the list, the asterisk (*) indicates the base station currently broadcasting the registration request. Press OK to go the register handset menu where you will need to enter the PIN. SELECT BASE BASE 1 BASE 2 BASE 3 BASE 4 EXIT...

  • Page 69: Delete Handset

    Delete Handset 1. To discontinue the DECT service connection to an individual handset, go to the BASE SETUP menu, choose DELETE HANDSET and press OK. BASE SETUP REGISTER SELECT BASE DELETE HANDSET RESET EXIT 2. Choose a handset from the list, and press OK to go the menu where you will need to enter the PIN of the base station to remove the handset from service. SELECT BASE BASE 1 BASE 2...

  • Page 70: Reset Base Station

    Reset Base Station 1. To reset the base station to its factory default settings including language and network IP settings, use the RESET option in the BASE SETUP menu. BASE SETUP REGISTER SELECT BASE DELETE HANDSET RESET EXIT 2. Entering the correct PIN number is required to reset the base station. Enter the PIN number and press OK. RESET BASE ENTER PIN: ******...

  • Page 71: Change Pin

    Change PIN The PIN number used for the base station can be changed if desired. This is done through the BASE SETUP menu. 1. To change the PIN number for the handset in use, select the CHANGE PIN option in the BASE SETUP menu and press OK. BASE SETUP SELECT BASE DELETE HANDSET...

  • Page 72: Using The Web Utility

    Using the Web Utility The DHA-130 web configuration utility can be used for limited configuration of the DHA-130. Since the Phone is configured automatically by D-Life, there is not much to configure. The VoIP settings cannot be configured through the web configuration utility.

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    Internet Connection and Time Configuration To configure a fixed IP address for the DHA-130; or if the Phone is connected directly to a broadband modem, the Internet settings can be configured in the Setup menu page. To view the Setup menu, click on the Setup link to view the menu pictured below, choose the network connection option from the My Internet Connection is: pull-down menu, configure the settings and click on the Save Settings button.

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    Static IP Address The Phone is configured to use automatically assigned IP settings by default. However a fixed IP address can be assigned to the Phone if desired. Static IP address can also be used if the Phone is connected directly to a broadband modem and the ISP has assigned and Static IP address Internet connection. To use Static IP address network setting, select the Static IP option from the My Internet Connection is: pull-down menu and configure IP settings suitable for your LAN.

  • Page 75: Maintenance

    Internet. If you have been given a user name and password to use for your Internet connection and you are NOT using a router (broadband or DSL router) configured to make the PPPoE connection, the Phone can be configured as a PPPoE client. To configure the PhoneCorder as a PPPoE client, choose the PPPoE option from the My Internet Connection is: pull-down menu, type in the User Name and Password used for authentication, and if desired or required, provide a Service Name and AC Name.

  • Page 76: Status

    Administration Password Setting To create a new password, type the Old Password, type the new password in the New Password field and then confirm the change in the Retype Password field. The Username (admin) used to access the Router’s management software cannot be changed by the user. Firmware Upgrade To upgrade firmware, type in the name and path of the file or click on the Browse button to search for the file.

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    The Status information includes IP settings and connection status of the Phone. This information is useful for troubleshooting.

  • Page 78: Technical Specifications

    Appendix A Technical Specifications RJ-45, Auto MDI/MDI-X, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Port IEEE 802.3 for 10 Mbps Ethernet Standard Compliance IEEE 802.3u for 100 Mbps Ethernet Rate Adaptation 10/100 Mbps, Auto-Negotiation Cordless Phone Interface DECT (Digital Europe Cordless Telecommunication) Standard Compliance GAP (Generic Access Profile) Frequency 1880-1900 MHz...

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    Chassis Material ABS+PC Width Depth Height Weight AC Power Adapter Power Output: AC12V, 1.2A Metal Hydride Cylindrical Cell Battery Size AAA Telephony Call Control Protocol SIP (RFC3261) G.711 (A-law and U-law) G.726 CODEC G.729A iLBC Echo Cancellation G.168...

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    Management DHCP Client (RFC2131) DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) Configuration Restore/Backup TELNET For firmware upgrade and configuration file download TFTP Client Username/Password control for TELNET and WEB configuration Security SIP Authentication with MD5 password encryption SIP Authentication SIP/STUN VoIP NAT Traversal Safety/EMI Requirements: UL/CUL EMI Certification...

  • Page 81: Router Port Configuration

    A router connects to the Internet through a series of numbered ports. The ports used by the DHA-130 are often blocked from access over the Internet by the firewall features of the router. Y ou may be able to connect to another V oIP telephone but not receive any audio. This is a typical scenario of a firewall blocking the ports needed by the DHA-130 to send audio.

  • Page 82: How To Manually Open Ports On A Router

    In the example that follows we begin by opening the DI-614+ Web configuration utility and going to Advanced > Virtual Server. Follow the steps on the following pages to open the ports on your router for successful operation of the DHA-130.

  • Page 83: Troubleshooting

    Person you are trying to call is in a call or has rejected your call. Try your call at a later time. 5. DHA-130 doesn’t ring with an incoming call Telephone cable is not properly plugged in to wall or DHA-130. Verify that the cable is connected properly. 6. Phone freezes-up while answering a call...

  • Page 84: Lcd Display Icons

    Appendix D LCD Display Icons Icon Name FUNCTION Antenna Linked to base (steady) or lost link (blinking) Line 1 Line 1 is off hook (Steady) Incoming call from Line 1 (Blinking) Line 2 Line 2 is off hook (Steady) Incoming call from Line 2 (Blinking) New missed call New missed call CID Repeated missed call...

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