Package Contents Contents of Package: D-Link DPH-100M IP Phone Handset Handset cord Power adapter (12V DC at 1A) If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller. Operation Requirements: Internet connection (via ISP) Local power outlet...
Introduction The DPH-100M is a fully featured IP telephone that allows both business and residential customers to benefit from IP telephony services. It reduces costs by providing access to local and long-distance voice and data services over a single network connection.
Features and Benefits Designed for versatility and performance, the DPH-100M IP Phone provides the following features: Operates as an Internet IP phone Compliant with MGCP 1.0 and NCS 1.0 Compliant with H.323v2 Connects directly to 10/100-Mbps Fast Ethernet ports DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) client or static IP...
Getting Started entifying External Components Parts of the Phone HOOK SWITCH: Switches the phone off/on hook. LCD Screen: Presents on-line messages and configuration settings. HOLD INDICATOR: On when the HOLD function is in effect. FUNCTION: Selects configuration menus. REVIEW UP/DOWN: Move foward and backward through menu items; move the cursor up and down.
Getting Started Identifying External Components REDIAL: Dials the last number you called. MEMO: Shifts the state to editing the name and number of the Speed Dial and Address Book, or stores the configuration in non-volatile memory. MUTE: Turns sound pickup off and on. FLASH: Transfers the call or clears the input string.
LAN ETHERNET: 10/100BASE-TX LAN to ITSP Internet connection. PC ETHERNET: 10/100BASE-TX connection to PC. Installation The following are steps to install and power on your DPH-100M IP Phone: Plug the RJ-45 Ethernet cable into the LAN jack. Plug the power adapter into the appropriate wall outlet.
Getting Started Installation Installation Connections LED Indicators LAN Port LED Activity (Link in Use) Speed 10/100 Mbps PC Port LED Activity (Link in Use) Speed 10/100 Mbps Condition Link OK Link OK Timing Color Green Steady Flashing Green ON: 100 Mpbs Green OFF: 10 Mbps Green...
Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser Setting up the Connection In order to use a Web browser to configure the DPH-100M IP phone, you must make sure the phone has a valid Ethernet connection to a PC or LAN via its Ethernet port.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the main page of the phone’s embedded Web-based configuration utility. This page shows you a welcome message and information about the phone for your reference. There are three choices for you on this page: Download, Configuration and Reset.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser MGCP Configuration Page On this page you can set the network, security, MGCP, CODEC and clock configuration settings according to your requirements. After completing configuration, you must choose the Save button to store the settings in the phone’s memory, then reset the phone to activate the new configuration.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the IP phone network configuration web page. On this page, you can set the network parameters according to your network environment. These include the DHCP option and fixed-IP address/subnet/gateway settings. After adjusting the settings, you must click the Save button to save your new configuration.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the IP phone’s security password configuration page. It is recommended that you set a password to protect your IP phone’s configuration from unwanted tampering by other users. After changing the setting, you must click the Save button to save your new configuration.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the MGCP configuration page. You can set the endpoint domain name, call agent (i.e. the “Notify Entity”) IP address, and the call agent port (the default MGCP port number is 2427). After making any changes, you must click the Save button to save the new configuration.
This is the codec (compression/decompression) configuration page. You can select the voice codecs G.711 page. After configuration, click the Save button. Send Telephone Events via RFC2833 signaling using payload type Enable: Enable RFC2833 out of band DTMF Disable: Disable RFC2833 out of band DTMF When this setting is enabled, the payload type will be used in RFC2833 event.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser Squelch inband DTMF Audio Enable: Inband DTMF will not be transmitted Disable: Inband DTMF will be transmitted Note: Please contact your VoIP Service Provider for detailed information. This is the clock configuration page. You can specify an NTP (Network Time Protocol) server, select the time zone of your region, and enable or disable adjustment for Daylight Savings Time to ensure that the phone displays the correct local time.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser Trap Configuration: Enter the Trap server IP address and the community name of the trap manager. SNMP Community Configuration: Enter the community string for access right. SNMP System Configuration: Enter the system description and interface description.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This page is used to upgrade the phone’s MGCP application software image. When you click this page’s single button, you will be taken to the TFTP download page, and the phone will be restarted in download mode (see below for details). Download Page...
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the TFTP download page. Both of the input boxes on this page must be filled in for the TFTP download function to work. TFTP Server: This is the IP address of the TFTP server where the application software image (also known as the “runtime file”) is located.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using a Web Browser This is the IP phone reset system web page. You can reset the IP phone device through the web browser by clicking the “Reset” button. Configuring the Phone Using the Keypad and LCD After power is applied, the LCD panel will display the time on the first line and the phone’s name on the second line.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using the Keypad and LCD Main Menu Password IP Configuration Security Configuration MGCP Configuration Sub-Menu <Enter number> <Enter Password> <Enter DHCP IP Address Fixed IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway IP DNS Server IP DNS Host DNS Domain <Enter number>...
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using the Keypad and LCD Codec Configuration Clock Configuration After changing the settings, press “MEMO” to store the changes in the phone’s non-volatile memory, or the changes will disappear after a power reset. Note: The key buttons behave as shown below only when the configuration menu is active.
Configuration Configuring the Phone Using the Keypad and LCD FUNCTION: Inactivates the configuration menu. MEMO: Stores the configuration back to the Flash. FLASH: Clears user input string and resets the cursor to the beginning. DELETE: Deletes user input character; same as <Back Space>. REVIEW : Scrolls menu items or option items.
Additional Features Redial The IP phone remembers the last phone number dialed. To dial the same number again, take the handset off the hook or press the SPEAKER PHONE button, listen for a dial tone, and then press the REDIAL button. Memo Allows you to edit the names and numbers of the Speed Dial &...
Additional Features Memo Editing Speed Dial Addresses MEMO On Hook Select Index Key[1~10] Edit Name [1~10] Edit Number [1~10] MEMO...
Additional Features Mute Disables the voice packet transmission to the phone’s network interface. To enable/disable MUTE, press the MUTE button during a call. Flash Flash to transfer the call. To transfer the call, simply press the FLASH button. Hold Press the HOLD button to hold a call and press it again to release. Speakerphone Use to dial or talk without picking up the handset.
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