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Cisco 8865 Series Manual

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1. IP PHONE 8865:
Buttons and Hardware:
IP Phone 8865, have a built-in camera.
The following figure shows the IP Phone 8865.
Figure 1 IP Phone 8865 Buttons and Hardware:
The following table describes the IP Phone 8865 Series Buttons.
Table 1 IP Phone 8865 Series Buttons:
1 Handset and Handset light strip
2 Camera
IP Phone 8865
3 Programmable feature buttons
and line buttons
Indicates whether you have an incoming call (flashing red) or a
new voice message (steady red).
Use the camera for video calls.
Access your phone lines, features, and call sessions.
When adding features to the phone line keys, you are limited by
the number of line keys available. You cannot add more features

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  • Page 1 IP Phone 8865, have a built-in camera. The following figure shows the IP Phone 8865. Figure 1 IP Phone 8865 Buttons and Hardware: The following table describes the IP Phone 8865 Series Buttons. Table 1 IP Phone 8865 Series Buttons: 1 Handset and Handset light strip Indicates whether you have an incoming call (flashing red) or a new voice message (steady red).
  • Page 2 than the number of line keys on your phone. For more information, see the Softkey, Line, and Feature Buttons section in the "IP Phone Hardware" chapter. Access to functions and services. 4 Softkey buttons For more information, see the Softkey, Line, and Feature Buttons section in the "...
  • Page 3: Phone Screen Features

    Navigation: Use the outer ring of the Navigation cluster to scroll through menus and to move between fields. Use the inner Select button of the Navigation cluster to select menu items. Figure 1.1 Navigation Cluster Phone Screen Features: The phone screen shows information about your phone such as directory number, active call and line status, softkeys, speed dials, placed calls, and phone menu listings.
  • Page 4 Table 1.1 IP Phone Screen Information 1 At the top of the screen is the header row. The header row displays the phone number, current date and time, as well a number of icons. The icons display when features are active. 2 The middle of the phone screen displays the information associated with the line and feature buttons on the phone.
  • Page 5 Make a Call: Use your phone just like any other phone to make a call. Procedure Enter a number and pick up the handset. Make a Call with the Speakerphone: Use your speakerphone for hands-free calling. Keep in mind that your coworkers might be able to hear your call too.
  • Page 6: Answer A Call

    Answer a Call: Procedure When your phone rings, press the flashing line button to answer the call. Answer Call Waiting: When you are on an active call, you know that a call is waiting when you hear a single beep and see the line button flash.
  • Page 7: Forward Calls

    Put a Call on Hold: You can put an active call on hold and then resume the call when you're ready. When you place a video call on hold, video transmission is blocked until you resume the call. Procedure Step 1 Press Hold Step 2 To resume a call from hold, press Hold again.
  • Page 8: Adjust The Volume During A Call

    You can also swap between both callers to consult with them individually before you remove yourself from the call. Procedure Step 1 From a call that is not on hold, press Transfer Step 2 Enter the other person's phone number. Step 3 (Optional) Wait until you hear the line ring or until the other person answers the call.
  • Page 9: Buttons And Hardware

    2. IP PHONE 7841 and 7821 Buttons and Hardware: The IP Phone 7800 Series has distinct hardware types: • IP Phone 7821 Two buttons on the left side of the screen • IP Phone 7841 Two buttons on either side of the screen Figure 2 .
  • Page 10 The following table describes the IP Phone 7800 Series buttons and hardware. 1 Handset and Handset light strip Indicates whether you have an incoming call (flashing red) or a new voice message (steady red). 2 Programmable feature buttons Access your phone lines, features, and call sessions. and line buttons For more information, see Softkey, Line, and Feature...
  • Page 11 Navigation: Use the outer ring of the Navigation cluster to scroll through menus and to move between fields. Use the inner Select button of the Navigation cluster to select menu items. If a menu item has an index number, you can enter the index number with the keypad to select the item.
  • Page 12 • Red, steady LED—Remote line in use (shared line or Line Status) or Do Not Disturb (DND) active • Red, flashing LED—Remote line on hold Your administrator can set up some functions as softkeys or as feature buttons. You can also access some functions with softkeys or the associated hard button.
  • Page 13: Make A Call

    Audio Path Selection: When you make or receive a call, the audio path goes to the last device used by you, either the handset, the headset, or the speakerphone. The following list describes each scenario: • Pick up the handset when you make or answer a call, and all of your calls are routed to your handset until you select Headset or Speakerphone •...
  • Page 14 Make a Call with a Standard Headset Use your headset for hands-free calling that won't disturb your coworker and gives you some privacy. Procedure Step 1 Plug in a headset. Step 2 Enter a number using the keypad. Step 3 Press Headset Answer a Call: Procedure...
  • Page 15 Mute Your Call: While you are on a call, you can mute the audio, so that you can hear the other person, but they cannot hear you. Procedure Step 1 Press Mute Step 2 Press Mute again to turn mute off. Put a Call on Hold You can put an active call on hold and then resume the call when you're ready.
  • Page 16 Forward Calls: You can forward calls from any line on your phone to another number. Call forward is phone-line specific. If a call reaches you on a line where call forwarding is not enabled, the call rings as usual. There are two ways of forwarding your calls: •...
  • Page 17 Adjust the Volume During a Call: If the sound in your handset, headset, or speakerphone is too loud or too soft, you can change the volume while you are listening to the other person. When you change the volume during a call, the change only affects the speaker you're using at the time.
  • Page 18 3. DX 70 Buttons and Hardware: 1. Camera with privacy shutter, turn counter-clockwise to shut and clockwise to open 2. Microphone mute button and loudspeaker volume controls 3. Loudspeaker 4. SD card slot and connectors for headset and USB 5. Power On/Off 6.
  • Page 19 1. USB ports HDMI socket PC 2. HDMI socket External Monitor (not in use) 3. LAN expansion connection. Connect your PC LAN here to let your DX70 and PC share a common LAN connection 4. LAN connection 5. Power supply socket...
  • Page 20 Video Calls Place Call from Contact List...
  • Page 21 To search for someone in a specific list(Favorites, Directory or Recents),tap that list and then scroll down to locate the entry to be called.
  • Page 22 Tap that entry to produce the green Call button. Then tap the green Call button, as shown.
  • Page 23 The call will now be placed. To end the call, tap the red End icon.
  • Page 24 Video Calls Incoming Calls Tap accordingly to accept (answer) or decline an incoming call...
  • Page 25 If your video infrastructure permits it, you may receive multiple incoming calls. You will then have the choice of adding them all to an existing call, or decline them all.
  • Page 26 Video Calls Receive Call While in another Call...
  • Page 27 Video Calls Disconnect Yourself from Call To disconnect yourself from a call, tap End...
  • Page 28 Video Calls Put Call on Hold and Resume a Call on Hold In a call, tap Hold Tap Resume to go back to the one you were in call with (to undo your action)
  • Page 29 3. DX 80 Buttons and Hardware: 1. Camera with privacy shutter, turn counter-clockwise to shut and clockwise to open 2. Microphone mute button, loudspeaker volume controls and USB socket on the right side of the unit. 3. Power On/Off 4. Loudspeaker 5.
  • Page 30 1. Power supply socket 2. USB computer connection 3. HDMI computer connection 4. HDMI external monitor connection (not in use) 5. SD card slot and Kensington lock 6. USB ports 7. LAN expansion connection. Connect your computer LAN here to let your DX80 and computer share a common LAN connection 8.
  • Page 31 Video Calls Place Call from Contact List...
  • Page 32 To search for someone in a specific list(Favorites, Directory or Recents),tap that list and then scroll down to locate the entry to be called.
  • Page 33 Tap that entry to produce the green Call button. Then tap the green Call button, as shown.
  • Page 34 The call will now be placed. To end the call, tap the red End icon.
  • Page 35 Video Calls Incoming Calls Tap accordingly to accept (answer) or decline an incoming call...
  • Page 36 If your video infrastructure permits it, you may receive multiple incoming calls. You will then have the choice of adding them all to an existing call, or decline them all.
  • Page 37 Video Calls Receive Call While in another Call...
  • Page 38 Video Calls Disconnect Yourself from Call To disconnect yourself from a call, tap End...
  • Page 39 Video Calls Put Call on Hold and Resume a Call on Hold In a call, tap Hold Tap Resume to go back to the one you were in call with (to undo your action)
  • Page 40 Procedure to Connect the IP Phone to IO Port: IP PHONE 7841:...
  • Page 41 Connect the one side of LAN Cable to IO Port: Connect another side of LAN Cable to IP Phone Port:...
  • Page 42 PC Connected to IP Phone:...
  • Page 43 Connect the PC from IP Phone:...

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