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  • Page 1

    Be inspired Operating Instructions and safety precautions...

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Only use the power supply unit supplied, identified on the underside of the device. Only use approved rechargeable batteries of the same type. Never use ordinary (non-rechargeable) batteries. Otherwise health risks and personal injuries cannot be excluded. Insert rechargeable batteries in accordance with polarity symbols (the instructions are found in the handset battery compartment).

  • Page 3: Brief Overview Of The Handset

    Brief overview of the handset Brief overview of the handset Status LED (light-emitting diode) lights up during a call; Flashes for: – incoming call – new messages – alarm calls, reminders, anniversaries Reception strength Control key Talk key – Accept call –...

  • Page 4: Functions Of The Control Key

    Functions of the control key The control key has different functions in different situations. Con- On standby trol Open PhoneBook Activate menu Dial internal subscribers Display symbols Depending on the situation you will see the following symbols above the softkeys: Symbol Meaning >...

  • Page 5: Quick Reference Guide

    Quick reference guide Quick reference guide Schritt Handset für Schritt Activate/deactivate handset Activate/deactivate keypad pro- tection Activate/deactivate tones Make an external call Redial a number Save a call number in the directory Dial with the directory Dial with the caller list Set the handset volume Make an internal call Call all handsets...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety precautions ..........1 Brief overview of the handset .

  • Page 7

    Contents Getting into the ISDN world is easy ......24 What is an MSN? ..........24 Configuring Gigaset 4110isdn and MSNs.

  • Page 8

    Hands-free talking..........41 Hands-free talking when dialling .

  • Page 9

    Contents Switching internal/external call forwarding ......55 Transferring incoming calls - CD (Call Deflection) ..... 55 Transferring incoming external calls manually .

  • Page 10

    Night service..........65 Setting an internal/external Night Service forwarding destination .

  • Page 11

    Contents Operation using a telephone system......81 Prefixes (access codes) ........81 Call transfer - ECT (Explicit Call Transfer) .

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  • Page 13: Putting The Telephone Into Operation

    Putting the telephone into operation Putting the telephone into Step step operation Product package 1 base station 1 mains connector cable with plug-in power supply unit 1 ISDN connector cable 1 set of operating instructions 1 Gigaset 4000 Comfort 2 rechargeable batteries 1 belt clip for the handset Setting up the base Notes on setup...

  • Page 14: Connecting The Base

    Connecting the base Step step Plug-in power sup- ply unit (220/230 V with mains cable) Plug the small mains cable connector into the socket, Place the cable in the cable channel, Connect the plug-in power supply unit to the socket. Key for registering other handsets...

  • Page 15: Putting The Handset Into Operation

    Putting the telephone into operation Putting the handset into operation Step step The display is foil-protected. Please remove the protective foil. Insert the batteries Insert the batteries with the correct polarity – see illustration left. Place the cover section on the battery compartment and slide it up until it latches into position.

  • Page 16: Attaching The Belt Clip

    Attaching the belt clip Step step Press the belt clip against the rear of the handset until the side “lugs” latch into the cut-away sections. Activating/deactivating the handset : To activate/deactivate the handset, long-press the “replace handset” key – you will hear a confirmation tone The handset will switch on automatically when the batteries have been insert- Info ed after it has been placed in the base.

  • Page 17: Setting And Operating The Base Station

    Putting the telephone into operation Setting and operating the base station Step To configure the base station you will need a Gigaset 4000/3000/2000 series step Comfort handset (Comfort/Micro). The functionality described in these operating instructions is also fully applica- ble to the Gigaset 4000 Micro handset. Operating the 4000 Classic handset Please refer to page 96.

  • Page 18: Registering And De-registering Handsets

    Registering and de-registering handsets Registering and de-registering Step step handsets To be able to phone using your handset, you have to “introduce” it to the base (register it). Registration is a very straightforward procedure that takes place au- tomatically. In contrast to this, other manufacturers’ handsets have to be registered manu- ally (see page 18).

  • Page 19: Manual Registration

    Other manufacturers’ handsets must support the GAP standard. Not all the functions of your handset may be available despite this. Your Siemens handsets and bases support the GAP profile. On page 96 you will Info find a compatibility table for using simple or older handsets on your base.

  • Page 20: De-registering Devices

    Registering a Gigaset repeater Step A Gigaset repeater for extending the handsets’ range does not require a free step registration space. You can register up to 6 Gigaset repeaters on a base station (see page 86 for a description). De-registering devices The de-registering of a handset can be done using any 4000 Comfort handset.

  • Page 21: Time Functions

    Time functions Time functions Step step Your Gigaset will support you in organising your schedule like a clock, with an appointment reminder and alarm function. The date and time will be set automatically when the first outgoing call is made. Set date and time The date and time setting is required for correctly displaying the arrival time of messages/calls.

  • Page 22: Setting The Alarm

    Setting the alarm Step You can also use your handset as an alarm clock. step Prerequisite: the date and time must have been set, see page 20. Activate the alarm Once activated, the alarm will ring every day at the time that was set. If you have set a time for the alarm, this will be displayed by the symbol The telephone is in the idle condition: Press...

  • Page 23: Switch Off The Alarm

    Time functions Switch off the alarm Step An alarm is signalled like an incoming call. The handset rings and the status step LED flashes (for about 30 sec.). You switch the alarm off by pressing any key. Appointments Your handset can remind you of one appointment. The required time has to be stored for this.

  • Page 24: Activating The Appointment Function

    Activating the appointment function Step Press for selection menus. step  Select using [ Select using Select using: Save Display appointments and anniversaries you have not responded to Any appointments or anniversaries that were signalled by your handset but were not responded to by you will be stored in a list. A new appointment/anniversary that was not responded to will be displayed with “Missed Appoint.”...

  • Page 25: Getting Into The Isdn World Is Easy

    Getting into the ISDN world is easy Getting into the ISDN world is easy Step step What is an MSN? MSN stands for multiple subscriber number. You can apply for a maximum of ten different telephone numbers for the ISDN multiple device connection. An MSN is one of the telephone numbers assigned to you without the area code.

  • Page 26: Ring Delay Per Incoming Msn

    Getting into the ISDN world is easy Ring delay per incoming MSN Step Using the ring delay feature you can configure a handset for each individual in- step coming MSN to delay response to the call signal. However, during this ring de- lay time the handset can accept the call using the "call pickup"...

  • Page 27: The Installation Assistant

    The Installation Assistant The Installation Assistant Step step The Installation Assistant can be called up any time to help you set the most important functions. The following settings can be completed in sequence: Date and time. Determining/entering MSNs – To determine MSNs (can only be queried if an MSN has not yet been en- tered).

  • Page 28: Finding Your Own Numbers (msns)

    Finding your own numbers (MSNs) Step The network provider will have notified you of your MSNs when they sent you step the order confirmation for your ISDN line. Provided the connection permits it, these numbers can be requested from the central office and entered and dis- played by Gigaset 4110isdn.

  • Page 29: Setting Outgoing Msns

    The Installation Assistant Setting outgoing MSNs Step This number can be used to make an outgoing call. This number is transmitted step to the called party and the service provider charges the call costs to this MSN. You can only assign one outgoing MSN to each handset/terminal. To confirm the outgoing MSN prompt, select [YES].

  • Page 30: Setting Up Isdn Call Numbers (msn)

    Setting up ISDN call numbers Step step (MSN) Your ISDN connection provides you with 2 phone lines (B-channels) that can be used at the same time. You can set up a maximum of 10 own call numbers (MSN) on your base station. If you have not yet stored all the call numbers us- ing the installation assistant (see page 26), you can do this now.

  • Page 31: Assigning An Outgoing Msn

    Setting up ISDN call numbers (MSN) Assigning an outgoing MSN Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [ Setup device Select using [ Select using [  Now use [ ] and [OK ] to activate the required in front of the menu item = ON/without = OFF). →...

  • Page 32: System Settings

    System settings Step step The abbreviations in brackets after the titles stand for the corresponding ISDN feature. Some features can only be used if enabled by the provider (additional charge). Changing the names for internal subscribers With the factory default, the names ternal numbers in accordance with their numbering.

  • Page 33: Rejecting Calls For Entire Msn Group

    System settings Rejecting calls for entire MSN group Step You have the option of rejecting an external call, not only to your handset, but step also for all the members of an MSN group. By pressing [REJECT] the caller will receive a busy signal instead of the ringing tone.

  • Page 34: Audio Settings

    Audio settings Step With this setting you can define a ringer melody for each MSN, valid for all step called handsets. The ringer melody cannot be set on the handset itself. Depending on the MSN Info called, the base station assigns a ringer melody to a handset. Assigning a ringer melody to an MSN Each newly assigned MSN is automatically assigned its own ringer melody.

  • Page 35: Restoring The Factory Setting

    System settings Restoring the factory setting Step You can choose the settings that are to be restored: step Operational Reset all – All functions are reset to the default settings. The system PIN is reset to "0000". All entries (missed calls list, costs) are deleted. For both functions: Before resetting, you must deactivate all active call for- Info warding settings.

  • Page 36: Set Handset Individually

    Set handset individually Step step You can set your handset to suit your own specific requirements to make it dif- ferent from the default settings and gain an optimum level of convenience. Changing a handset’s display language Press for selection menus. ...

  • Page 37: Time Control For Ringer Volume ("ring Tone")

    Set handset individually Ringer volume and melody Step You have several options: step Five ringer volumes (the factory setting is volume 5), “Crescendo” ringing (volume becomes louder), Ring tone off, Select from ten ringer melodies, This setting enables you to change the type of melody (see also the Sec- tion “Assigning a ringer melody to an MSN”...

  • Page 38: Activate/deactivate Advisory Tones

    Alerting tone Step When switching off the ring tone you can activate an alerting tone. When a call step arrives you will then hear a short tone (“beep”) instead of the ring tone. Long-press then be signalled by one short alerting tone. The display shows To deactivate the alerting tone: Long-press The ring tone has now been reactivated.

  • Page 39: Activate/deactivate Automatic Call Answering

    Set handset individually Activate/deactivate automatic call answering Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [ The current setting will be displayed. Select function and activate/deactivate with [OK ] ( A call arrives, your handset is in the base station or charging unit. Please note the following: Function activated: do not press the Function deactivated: press the...

  • Page 40: Convenient Telephoning

    Convenient telephoning Step step Some of the functions described are provider-dependent. External calling External calls are calls made into the public telephone network. Enter the call number, correcting individual digits using the display key [ necessary. Press the lift handset Press the replace handset Info You can also first press the lift handset...

  • Page 41: Answering A Call

    Convenient telephoning Answering a call Step Your handset rings (ring tone), the status LED and hands-free talking key are step flashing. Press the “ M Just take the handset from the base (factory setting: “Automatic call answer- ing” , (see page 38). If the ring tone causes a nuisance, press the display key [SILENT ].

  • Page 42: Hands-free Talking

    Hands-free talking Step Hands-free talking gives you the following advantages: step you can hear dial tone before dialling, without having to raise the handset to your ear; other people are able to listen in to a conversation and talk; you have your hands free to take notes, for instance. Hands-free talking when dialling Dial the number.

  • Page 43: Number Redial

    Convenient telephoning Number redial Step Your handset automatically stores the five last-dialled call numbers or names. step Manual number redial Press [ ]: display call number/name. to select the required call number/name. Press the Automatic redial Dialling of the call number is repeated automatically ten times at 20-sec. inter- vals.

  • Page 44: Telephone Directory/provider List

    Telephone directory/Provider list Step The telephone directory step bers (depending on the size of the entries). You can use the provider list by-call) for cost-conscious phoning. The telephone directory and provider list are operated in exactly the same way. To store an entry Open the Select using Enter the call number (up to 32 characters).

  • Page 45: Table Of Symbols

    Convenient telephoning Table of symbols Step Press the appropriate key several times or use long pressing: step Space → The initial letter of the name will automatically be a capital (also after a Info punctuation mark); it will be followed by lower-case letters. To change a letter from upper to lower case, or vice versa: press Control the cursor using The character to the left of the cursor is deleted using...

  • Page 46: Provider List (call-by-call)

    Dialling using the telephone directory Step Open the step for example Key in the initial letter of the name (for the name “Emma, ” for instance, the initial letter “E”): press the twice quickly and scroll using the Press the After selecting the number you can also open the menu [ Info Number...

  • Page 47: Store Provider Number (call-by-call) For Speed Dialling

    Convenient telephoning Store provider number (call-by-call) for speed dialling Step You can store eight numbers (2–9) from the provider list for speed dialling. To step do this you must enter the digit for speed dialling in front of the provider name. Example: 2 and then the provider name.

  • Page 48: Display And Change A Telephone Directory Entry/provider List

    Display and change a telephone directory entry/provider list Step to open the telephone directory/provider list. step to select the required entry. Press [View]: display all information about the entry. You can change call number/name if you need to: Press [Change]: open the entry field and make the required changes. Change the call number if you need to.

  • Page 49: Enter Birthdays/anniversary Dates

    Convenient telephoning Enter birthdays/anniversary dates Step You can store a date and time for birthdays/anniversaries/general explanations, step and be given a reminder. to open the telephone directory. to select the required telephone directory entry. Display [View] entry. Use [Change] to open the entry field. to move the cursor into the field for the “anniversary”...

  • Page 50: Ring Delay

    Ring delay Step Using the ring delay feature you can configure a handset for each individual step incoming MSN to delay response to the call signal. However, during this ring delay time the handset can accept the call using the a call signal queuing.

  • Page 51: Toggle

    Convenient telephoning Toggle Step By toggling, you switch from the active (1st call) to the inactive (2nd call) step connection. The first call remains connected. To switch between called parties, select Ending an enquiry call/toggle Press for the menu. Select using [ You are reconnected with the subscriber on hold.

  • Page 52: Entering Numbers In The Telephone Directory

    Entering numbers in the telephone directory Step During a call, you can enter the number of the other party in the telephone step directory, or add his/her name and then call them from the telephone directory. Press for the menu. Select using [ Enter name.

  • Page 53: Missed Calls List

    Convenient telephoning Missed calls list Step Call numbers (max. 32 digits) of calls which you do not answer ("Missed calls" step list with number of call attempts) or which you answer ("Answered calls" list), are saved together with the date and time. If the numbers are included in the telephone directory of the handset, the caller's name is displayed.

  • Page 54: Copying Numbers From The Caller List List To The Directory

    Copying numbers from the Caller List list to the directory Step Press for selection menus. step  Select using [  Select using [  Select using [  Select using [ Insert name. Press [ ] and [OK ] for saving. Checking and deleting numbers in a caller list, deleting a list or changing a number Press...

  • Page 55: Internal Call Forwarding

    Convenient telephoning Internal call forwarding Step step Configuring a forwarding destination Press for selection menus. Select using [ → (required internal subscriber) . Only one forwarding destination can be selected for internal call forwarding. Activating/deactivating internal call forwarding Internal call forwarding can only be activated if a forwarding destination extension has been configured.

  • Page 56: Edit Entry

    Edit entry Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [ Select using [ Select using [ Enter the required destination call number and confirm with [ Select using [ Confirm the prompt with [YES]: Call forwarding is activated. Confirm the prompt with [NO]: Call forwarding is not activated. Deleting external call forwarding Press for selection menus.

  • Page 57: Automatic External Callback

    Convenient telephoning Automatic external callback Step on busy – CCBS step If the called party is currently in a call you can initiate automatic callback. This will save you having to dial again and again. On no reply – CCNR If the called party does not answer you can initiate automatic callback.

  • Page 58: Call Waiting - Cw

    Call waiting - CW Step Call waiting - activating/deactivating CW see page 31 step Accepting/rejecting external call waiting You hear the call waiting tone during your call (internal or external). Confirm [ACCEPT]. You accept the waiting call and the first call is put on hold. Both parties are shown on the display, the current party is highlighted.

  • Page 59: Calling Line Identification Restriction (clir)

    Convenient telephoning Calling line identification restriction (CLIR) Step If you withhold your number from other parties, you can activate the calling line step identification restriction. You can set up CLIR for just the next call or permanently. If set up permanently your call number will be suppressed both for outgoing calls (CLIR) and for incoming calls (COLR).

  • Page 60: Set Msn For Next Call

    Set MSN for next call Step Even if you have defined individual outgoing MSNs for outgoing calls on step handsets you can select a different outgoing MSN for the next call (for example for separate billing) Press for selection menus. Select using [ Select using [ Menu item...

  • Page 61: Tracing Switch

    Convenient telephoning Tracing switch Step The tracing switch is used to identify nuisance or malicious callers. This feature step can be requested from your provider only in justified cases. During or immediately after the call You have received a malicious call from an anonymous caller. You can activate this function: During the call or as soon as the caller has terminated the call.

  • Page 62: Using Several Handsets

    Using several handsets Step step Transferring telephone directory entries If you have registered two or more Gigaset 4000 series Comfort handsets, you will be able to transfer the entire telephone directory, or individual entries, from one handset to another. Read the relevant operating instructions to do this. Sending an entry to another handset You can transfer an entry to another Comfort handset to save having to make the same entries twice.

  • Page 63: Receive Directory Or Provider List

    Using several handsets Receive directory or provider list Step Transfer of the directory or provider list is automatic. step The display at the end will show how many entries the phone has accepted. Entries with an identical number will not be overwritten. This means the number of stored entries may differ from the number of trans- ferred entries.

  • Page 64: Storing An Internal Call Number For The Room Monitor

    Storing an internal call number for the room monitor Step Use[ ] to open the menu. step Select using Select using [OK ]: Select using to skip one line down. Press [Change]. Open the entry field for call number. If an external call number has been pre-assigned to the input field, you will first have to delete it with Press [INT]: key in the required internal call number as a two-digit number.

  • Page 65: Storing An External Call Number For The Room Monitor

    Using several handsets Storing an external call number for the room monitor Step Use [ ] to open the menu. step Select using Select using [OK ]: Select using to skip one line down. Press [Change]. Open the input field for call number. If an external call number has been pre-assigned to the entry field, you will first have to delete it with Key in external call number.

  • Page 66: Walk And Talk Mode

    Walk and Talk mode Step This function makes communication between handsets (Gigaset 4000 step Comfort) possible outside the range of the base. The handsets will not be ac- cessible for incoming calls in walk and talk mode. Example: You are on holiday with friends, and each has a handset with walk and talk mode activated.

  • Page 67: Setting An Internal/external Night Service Forwarding Destination

    Using several handsets Setting an internal/external Night Service forwarding destination Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [ Forward. dest. Entering an external destination call number: Enter the external destination call number for night service and press [ Select with [OK ]: Entering an internal destination call number: Select using [ Entering an automatic start/end time for night service...

  • Page 68: Charge And Call Duration Display

    Charge and call duration display Step step Call charge display You can use call charge display if you have registered for this with your provider. The units/total charges accumulated and the cost of the last call completed can (depending on programming) be checked using your Comfort handset. The to- tal cost includes the charges incurred by the handset.

  • Page 69: Displaying A Cost Overview

    Charge and call duration display Entering the price per unit Step Before the charges for each call can be calculated, the currency and price per step unit must be defined (the default setting is Units cent.off. Press for the selection menus. Select using [ Select using [ Select using [...

  • Page 70: Short Messages (sms)

    Short messages (SMS) Step step With Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro Comfort handsets you can send and receive short messages (SMS – Short Message Service). You will need an SMS service provider for this function. Through your SMS service provider you can send SMS messages to any line in the fixed network and, depending on the service offering, also send them in mobile radio networks.

  • Page 71: Entering, Changing Or Deleting Call Numbers Of Sms Centres

    Short messages (SMS) Entering, changing or deleting call numbers of SMS centres Step You can enter up to 10 SMS centres. step Before making any entries or changes, please find out about any special fea- tures of the SMS service provider and what is being offered. Press for selection menus.

  • Page 72: Registering/de-registering With The Sms Centre

    Short messages (SMS) Registering/de-registering with the SMS centre Step To receive SMS messages using your Gigaset 4110isdn, you must first have step your call number registered with the SMS service provider. You have to register with an SMS centre to be able to receive messages as text via this SMS centre. Registration normally takes place when you send an SMS message via this service provider.

  • Page 73: Producing An Sms Message

    Short messages (SMS) Producing an SMS message Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [ Select using [ Key in your short message. Hi Peter, I can’t come to training today as I’ve got a dental appointment. Info Input functions Controlling the cursor in the text field.

  • Page 74: Sending An Sms Message (without Saving It)

    Sending an SMS message (without saving it) Step Produce an SMS message as described on page 72. step Select using [OK]: Enter the recipient’s call number (destination number). The call number must always include the local area code (even within the same local network). “00” must be entered for call numbers with an international prefix.

  • Page 75: Inbox List

    Short messages (SMS) Inbox list Step All received SMS messages and any that have not been successfully sent will step be stored in the inbox list, with unsuccessfully sent messages being provided with an error status. Reading and deleting received SMS messages New SMS messages are signalled on Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro Comfort handsets with the same receive MSN by means of the message messages...

  • Page 76: Display Or Dial The Call Number From The Sms Message Or Save It To The Di- Rectory

    Display or dial the call number from the SMS message or save it to the Step directory step Press for selection menus. Select using [OK]:  Select using [  Select using [ Display receive MSN (who is the SMS message for?) ...

  • Page 77: Options When Reading An Sms Message

    Short messages (SMS) Options when reading an SMS message Step You can use the following functions via the menu when reading an SMS mes- step sage. Press for selection menus. Select using [OK]: Select using [ Select using [ Select using [ Use [ ] to open the menu.

  • Page 78: Reading And Deleting Stored Sms Messages

    Reading and deleting stored SMS messages Step Press for selection menus. step Select using [OK]:  Select using [  Select using [ Read a stored SMS message  Select using [ of the SMS message with [ Delete a stored SMS message ...

  • Page 79: Options When Reading A Stored Sms Message

    Short messages (SMS) Options when reading a stored SMS message Step You can use the following functions via the menu when reading a stored SMS step message. Press for selection menus. Select using [OK]: Select using [ Select using [ Select using [ Use [ ] to open the menu.

  • Page 80: Security Settings

    Base Settings → Base Settings → Base Settings The system PIN is only effective if it is ≠ 0. Your Gigaset 4110/4115isdn comes supplied with the PIN number 0000. Press for selection menus.  Select using [  Select using [ Enter the new system PIN (max.

  • Page 81: Emergency Numbers

    In this additional menu you can also transfer a number from the telephone book or a provider’s number (if supported) as an emergency number. If your Gigaset 4110/4115isdn is connected to a PBX, you will need to prefix the Info emergency number with the applicable access code (“0”...

  • Page 82: Operation Using A Telephone System

    Operation using a telephone Step step system If you want to use your Gigaset 4110isdn behind a PBX (private telephone sys- tem), please pay attention to the following device parameters that are de- scribed in detail: - Prefix - Call transfer - Dialling options.

  • Page 83: Step 3: External Enquiry Call

    Operation using a telephone system Step 3: External enquiry call Step During an external call you want to call another “external” party; see “Setting Step external/internal enquiry call” on page 32 for setting details: Press for selection menus. Select using [ Enter the call number for the second party.

  • Page 84: Setting Options

    Setting options Step You have the option of switching between step keypad Dial * and # Standard dial Having switched on, when Auto keypad When are input, this setting automatically switches signalling to keypad when dialling. This automatic switching is required for commands to the switching centre or telephone system.

  • Page 85: Activate The Keypad For The Next Call Only

    ] and [OK ] to select: before menu item = ON / none = OFF). Special requirements If you encounter problems when connecting your Gigaset 4110/isdn behind your ISDN PBX, such as: - handset does not ring to signal incoming calls, or...

  • Page 86

    4th step Step Now additionally assign the Gigaset terminals (e.g. “Internal 0” and step “Internal 1”) the previously stored fourth MSN as the receive MSN. is pressed for menus. Press [ ] and [OK ] to select: → Setup user ceive MSN 5th step Now store this...

  • Page 87: Operation With Gigaset Repeater

    Operation with Gigaset repeater Operation with Gigaset repeater Step step You can use the Gigaset repeater to increase the range of your handsets. Your Gigaset 4110isdn is prepared for use of a Gigaset repeater (accessory). Activate/deactivate repeater capability Use this function to activate or deactivate repeater capability. Press for selection menus.

  • Page 88: Appendix

    72 hours. In many cases, you will then be able to use it again. Questions and answers If any questions occur to you while you are using your device, we are available 24 hours a day at www.my-siemens.com/customercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and answers below. Question...

  • Page 89

    Appendix Question There is no display of units/costs. There is no display of call costs. I can’t hear anything. The caller’s number is not displayed. No numbers can be dialled. No calls are being received. The forwarding condi- tions are not displayed for call forwarding.

  • Page 90

    Question Possible cause The handset does not Other ringer melody set- ring as it was set to. ting for MSN. Some of the ISDN func- Feature not enabled? tions do not work as indicated. Another phone on the The same MSN number So bus does not ring.

  • Page 91

    – Repairs or other work done by persons not authorised by us. – Devices fitted with accessories not authorised by Siemens. Any further claims due to damage are excluded, such as damage arising out- side the device, provided this was not due to gross negligence and/or intent on our part.

  • Page 92

    Any further claims are excluded. Siemens is not liable in any circumstances for downtime, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of any other information. The customer alone is responsible for safeguarding such data and informa- tion. Changes to this guarantee require prior approval by Siemens in writing.

  • Page 93: Service

    You can get assistance easily when you have technical questions or questions about how to use your device by using our online support service on the inter- net at: www.my-siemens.com/customercare or by referring to the section entitled Questions and answers in this manual (page 87).

  • Page 94

    ANNEX V of R&TTE Directive 99/05/EC. Presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive 99/05/EC is ensured. ” Senior Approvals Manager The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) has been signed. For an original copy of the signed Declaration of Conformity (DoC) please contact the Siemens hot- line.

  • Page 95: Recommended Batteries

    Appendix Technical data Recommended batteries: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) Sanyo N-3U (700 mAh) Mobile Power 700 (700 mAh) Panasonic 600 DT (600 mAh) Emmerich 700 (700 mAh) Handset operating/charging times: Capacity (mAh) 1200 1600 We recommend allowing the full, uninterrupted charging time (see table) when Info charging for the first time –...

  • Page 96: General Technical Data

    General technical data Feature Status DECT standard supported GAP standard supported Number of channels 60 duplex channels Radio frequency range 1880 MHz to 1900 MHz Duplex system Time-division multiplex, 10 ms frame length Channel spacing 1728 kHz Bit rate 1152 kbit/s Modulation GFSK Voice coding...

  • Page 97: Compatibility

    Compatibility Compatibility The list shows you which functions of your Gigaset 4000 Classic handset and other manufacturers’ handsets are supported. It is possible to register up to 4 Gigaset 4000 Classic handsets. Function Registration Dialling Provider list/Speed dialling Charge display Call duration Callback CLIP call number display...

  • Page 98: Accessories

    Accessories Gigaset 4000 Micro handset Scope of delivery: Handset with charger Colour: midnight blue or glacier green* Gigaset 4000 Comfort handset The Gigaset 4000 Comfort offers an extended range of functions: Scope of delivery: Handset with charger Colour: midnight blue or glacier green PQRS WXYZ Illuminated keypad...

  • Page 99: Gigaset 4000 Classic Handset

    Accessories Gigaset 4000 Classic PQRS Gigaset repeater Not available in all countries. handset The Gigaset 4000 Classic offers the following features: 12-digit display for time, numbers etc. Telephone book with 20 entries, Alarm function, Redial the last five numbers. Scope of delivery: Handset with charger Colour: midnight blue or glacier green WXYZ Country-specific...

  • Page 100: Menu Displays

    Menu displays Gigaset 4000 Comfort menu Please also refer to the local operating instructions for the Gigaset 4000 Comfort. Press with the telephone in its standby state. Step 1 Step 2 Text Message Write Message Inbox %~/%] Outbox Available memory Info Add.

  • Page 101: Menu Of The Gigaset 4110isdn Base Station

    Menu displays Menu of the Gigaset 4110isdn base station Display on Gigaset 4000 Comfort handset. Base Settings > Status Step 1 Callback Withhold no. Call forwarding Ext.occupations Base Settings > Missed calls Š Step 1 Missed calls Base Settings > Accepted calls Š...

  • Page 102: Base Settings > Forward. Netw

    Base Settings > Forward. netw. Step 1 Step 2 MSN1 Call... New entry etc. Activate? Edit entry Delete entry Base Settings > Forward. base > Step 1 Step 2 Activate? Forward. dest. INT11:Internal11 No. of rings 0 - 9 Display of all available internal numbers. Base Settings >...

  • Page 103: Base Settings > Settings > Setup User

    Menu displays Base Settings > Settings > Setup user Step 1 Setup device De-register Display of all available internal numbers of cordless devices. Step 2 Step 3 Name INT11: Internal 11 Send MSN INT12: Internal 12* Receive MSN MSN next call Call waiting Ring delay Hunt group...

  • Page 104: Base Settings > Settings > System Settings

    Base Settings > Settings > System settings Step 1 Step 2 Music on hold Internal Date/time Set time 24 hours 12 hours Date DD.MM Date MM.DD Cost overview Costs Type of calcul. (Interrogation of system PIN) Last charge Access code Access code: Spec.

  • Page 105: Base Settings > Settings > Service Centres

    Menu displays Base Settings > Settings > ISDN settings Step 1 Set up MSN Withhold no. Forward. dest. Lg.-dist. code Int. enq. call Ext. enq. call Transfer(ECT) Forward. base Forward. netw. Reject all Busy on busy Auto.forwarding Call beats data Call number and melody are also displayed Base Settings Step 1...

  • Page 106: Isdn Glossary

    ISDN Glossary Access classes Permitted connections (e.g. internal only, incoming or unrestricted call access) are defined on the terminals of a telephone system. Access levels Different levels of access can be assigned to different users on your base station telephone. For example, user A may only be allowed to take incoming calls, whereas user B may also make outgoing calls without any restrictions.

  • Page 107

    ISDN Glossary Call deflection CD. This must be explicitly enabled by the provider for each ISDN line. With CD you can transfer an incoming call to another call number while it is ringing. You do not need to answer the call. Since the caller has no influence on where the call will be forwarded (to a mobile phone for example), you pay the appropriate charges.

  • Page 108

    Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) Transfer of your own call number is disabled. CCBS (Completion of calls to busy subscriber) See Callback on busy. CCNR (Completion of calls no reply) See Callback on no reply. CD (Call Deflection) See Call deflection CF (Call Forwarding) See Call forwarding Channel...

  • Page 109

    ISDN Glossary Digital exchange Computer-controlled memory time switches are used to set up calls quickly and activate enhanced features such as => consultation calls, => call waiting, => three-party conference, => call deflection, etc. D-channel Control channel for an ISDN line. See Channel. ECT (Explicit call transfer) See Switching.

  • Page 110

    Internal calls These are connections free of charge between the base station telephone and handsets. Internal ringer Special signal tone on telephone systems to discriminate between internal and external calls. ISDN Abbreviation for Integrated Services Digital Network. Integration can cover telephone, fax and data transfer for example.

  • Page 111

    ISDN Glossary Notebook function During a call you can enter a call number in the telephone's memory so you can dial it later. NT/NTBA NT = Network Terminator, NTBA = Network Terminator Basic Access. The public T-ISDN ends at the NT. The NT provides the link to the existing telephone socket.

  • Page 112

    Recording the calls This is a feature of the answering machine; enables a call to be recorded. Reject call waiting Deactivates the call waiting signal. Remote replay Answering machine function. This involves dialling in to the answering machine to listen to messages; in most cases you can also delete messages and change announcements.

  • Page 113: Index Of Keywords

    Index of keywords Index of keywords Access code ...81 Activate handset ...15 key lock ...15 warning and signal tones ...37 Activate automatic call transfer ...81 Activate/deactivate acknowledgement tones...37 Activate/deactivate key click...37 Activate/deactivate low-battery tone 37 Activate/deactivate repeater capability ...86 Activating the appointment function.23 Alarm activate...21 deactivate...21...

  • Page 114

    receive ... 62 send entry... 61 Emergency number... 80 Emergency operation ... 12 Enquiry call ... 49 Entering numbers... 51 Error tone ... 37 Events ... 23 External call forwarding... 54 Factory setting ... 34 handset... 38 Forward. Dest..55 GAP standard ...

  • Page 115

    Index of keywords Ring cycles ... 54 Ringer melody ... 33 Room monitor ... 62 Safety precautions... 1 Service... 92 Set consultation external/internal ... 32 Set date ... 20 Set loudspeaker volume... 35 Set ringer volume ... 36 Set time... 20 Setting up the base ...

  • Page 116

    Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 München © Siemens AG 2002 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Printed in Germany (09/2002). Siemens Aktiengesellschaft http://www.my-siemens.com Reference no.: A31008-G4110-B102-2-7619 A3 1 0 0 8 - G4 1 1 0 - B1 0 2 - 2 - 7 6 1 9...

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