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D-Link DPH-140S Quick User Manual

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DPH-140S SIP Phone
Quick User Guide
Version 1.0

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  • Page 1 DPH-140S SIP Phone Quick User Guide Version 1.0...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION... 1 PACKAGE CONTENT... 1 LIST OF FIGURES ... 2 SUMMARY OF KEY FUNCTIONS ... 3 CONNECTING THE IP PHONE ... 4 IP PHONE SETUP ... 5 ... 5 UMMARY ... 7 ISPLAY ADSL D ... 7 IALUP DHCP (D YNAMIC DNS S IP...
  • Page 3 7.13 – P HONE ETTINGS 7.14 – T HONE ETTING 7.15 RACING 7.16 ... 25 HONE 7.17 ... 26 PEED 7.18 ETTINGS 7.19 ... 28 ESTART YSTEM OPERATING THE PHONE... 29 ... 29 IALING 8.1.1 IP Address... 29 8.1.2 SIP Number... 29 ...
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Voice over IP (also known as Internet Phone) is a technology that allows anyone to make a telephone call over the Internet. This is a quick user guide for the DPH-140S SIP Phone. It is intended to help you configure the telephone and have it ready to run within a few minutes.
  • Page 5: List Of Figures

    3.0 LIST OF FIGURES Diagram for D-Link IP Phone (Model: DPH-140S) (10) Phone Book (11) Speed Dial (12) Cancel (13) Voice Message Indicator (14) Voice Message (15) Mute/Func. (16) Transfer (17) Redial/Call History (18) Hold (19) Mute Indicator (1) 2 x 16 Characters...
  • Page 6: Summary Of Key Functions

    4.0 SUMMARY OF KEY FUNCTIONS Keys (1) LCD Display (2) Menu Control Pad (5) 3-Way Conference (6) Local Multiline (7) Numeric Keypad (8) Speaker Phone (9) Speaker Phone Indicator (10) Phonebook (11) Speed Dial (12) Cancel (13) Voice Message Indicator (14) Voice Message (15) Mute/Func.
  • Page 7: Connecting The Ip Phone

    5.0 CONNECTING THE IP PHONE Connect the IP Phone as shown below. Wide Area Network / Internet Cable/xDSL Modem Router/HUB Ethernet Cable Power Adapter...
  • Page 8: Ip Phone Setup

    6.0 IP PHONE SETUP Menu Summary Enable ADSL DIALUP: ENABLE ADSL ID: mike_2004 ADSL Password: ******** Enable IP Address: AUTO Subnet Mask: AUTO Router IP: AUTO Press the MENU key Display Name: kevin Disable ADSL DIALUP: ENABLE/DISABLE Disable DHCP: ENABLE/DISABLE DNS Server IP: 061.063.082.001 SNTP Server IP:...
  • Page 9 SNTP Cycle: Do Not Disturb: ENABLE/DISABLE CF Unconditional: ENABLE/DISABLE CF User Busy: ENABLE/DISABLE CF No Answer: ENABLE/DISABLE Anonymous Call: ENABLE/DISABLE Anony Call Rej: ENABLE/DISABLE Ring Tone: Ringing1/2/3/4 MAC Address: 00D0E90137DB Version: V: 1.0 Press the MENU key UPDATE CHANGES? <OK> OR <CANCEL> Ringing1/2/3/4 - select ringing1, 2 , 3 or 4...
  • Page 10: Display Name

    NOTE 1 : If you made any modifications, you may quit setup at any time by pressing save and exit or the menu screen if there are no inputs from the user. NOTE 2: Use left DISABLE. NOTE 3: Left arrow key Display Name •...
  • Page 11: Dhcp (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

    • Press • Enter ADSL password DISABLE ADSL Dialup • Press • Press to select DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) DHCP allows the network administrator to distribute IP addresses when a computer is plugged into a different place in the network. If your ISP provides static IP address, you must disable DHCP and enter the IP address provided.
  • Page 12 • Press • Subnet mask automatically acquired • Press • Router IP automatically acquired DISABLE DHCP • Press • • Press • Enter the IP address Subnet Mask: 255.255.254. Router IP: 61. 63. 83.254 to set DHCP to DISABLE IP Address: 061.063.083.019 DHCP: DISABLE...
  • Page 13: Dns Server Ip

    • Press • Enter the subnet mask • Press • Enter the router IP address DNS Server IP The domain name system (DNS) is the way that Internet domain names are located and translated into Internet Protocol addresses. There is probably a DNS server within close geographic proximity to your ISP that maps the domain names in your Internet requests or forwards them to other servers in the Internet.
  • Page 14: Do Not Disturb

    Do Not Disturb This setting allows the user to reject all incoming phone calls. • Press • CF (call forward) Unconditional Enable CF Unconditional to forward all the incoming calls to another number. Otherwise set to disable. You will need to use a web-browser to input the forwarded phone number. Refer to section 7.0 for more information on call forwarding.
  • Page 15: Anonymous Call

    6.11 Anonymous Call Enables the caller (user) to hide the name and phone number from the receiver. • Press • 6.12 Anony Call Rej (Anonymous Call Rejection) Reject any anonymous incoming calls. • Press • 6.13 Ringing Type Select the ring tone. There are four ring tones in total. •...
  • Page 16: Mac Address

    Version menu displays the firmware version. You cannot modify the version number. • Press • Firmware version is displayed on screen 6.16 Language Selection The VoIP Phone (model no. DPH-140S) supports two languages: Japanese and English. • Press • • Press when done 6.17...
  • Page 17: Volume Adjustment

    6.18 Volume Adjustment 6.18.1 Ringer Volume While the handset is in place, • Press to increase the ringer volume and ringer volume 6.18.2 Speaker Volume While the handset is in place, • Press • Press to increase the speaker volume and speaker volume 6.18.3 Handset Volume •...
  • Page 18: Using The Configuration Menu

    7.0 USING THE CONFIGURATION MENU The configuration menu can be accessed using a web browser. Some advanced functions such as CF Unconditional, CF User Busy and CF No Answer must be setup from the web browser. Accessing Configuration Menu • Open the web browser (ie.
  • Page 19: Management Setting - Restore Factory Setting

    User Name Password NTP Server IP Time Zone TFTP Server FTP Client Remote Config Password Management Setting – Restore Factory Setting Click on Management. Select Restore Factory Setting and the above screen will display on the screen. Restore Factory Setting Configuration menu login name.
  • Page 20: Management Setting - Firmware Update

    Management Setting – Firmware update FTP server, login ID, login password and firmware filename are preset when you purchase the phone. These are required to download and update the firmware. FTP Server Login ID Login Password Firmware Filename Network Setting – DHCP Select DHCP if you have cable internet.
  • Page 21: Network Setting - Pppoe

    Network Setting – PPPoE Choose PPPoE if your ISP uses PPPoE. Most DSL users use PPPoE. PPPoE ID PPPoE Password DNS Server Network Setting – Static IP Choose Static IP network setting if all Wide Area Network IP is provided to you by your ISP. IP Address Router IP Subnet Mask...
  • Page 22: Sip Setting - Sip Phone Setting, Registrar Server And Outbound Proxy Server

    NOTE: RESTART the system for new settings to take effect after you modify the IP address. SIP Setting – SIP Phone Setting, Registrar Server and Outbound Proxy Server Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is the most popular Voice over IP standard. It enables two or more people to make phone calls, share multimedia and make multimedia conference over the internet.
  • Page 23: Sip Setting - Others

    SIP Setting – Others This section is for network administrators. Session Timer Media Port Prack Session Refresher Session Timer Method UDP/TCP The time interval in which the phone periodically refresh SIP sessions by sending repeated INVITE requests. These INVITE requests allow the user agent or proxies to determine the status of the SIP session.
  • Page 24: Sip Account Setting

    7.10 SIP Account Setting You may have up to 4 accounts. i.e., the IP phone can receive up to four different phone numbers. Default Account Account Active Display Name SIP User Name Authentication User Name Authentication Password Register Status When you dial a number, the default account is used to dial.
  • Page 25: Stun Setting - Stun Server Setting, Upnp Setting

    7.11 Stun Setting – Stun Server Setting, UPnP Setting Setup STUN and UPnP if VLAN (sec 7.12) is set to ENABLE. STUN STUN Domain Name/IP Address UPnP 7.12 Voice Setting and QoS Codec Simple Traversal of User Datagram Protocol Through Network Address Translators is a protocol that allows applications to determine the types of NATs and firewalls are in between them and the internet.
  • Page 26: Phone Settings - Phone Setting

    RTP Packet Length DTMF Method Voice TOS VLAN VLAN Priority VLAN ID 7.13 Phone Settings – Phone Setting Recall you can only enable or disable call forwarding from the IP phone MENU key. With the web-browser, you can enter the forwarded phone numbers in the Phone Setting menu. Tone Setting Ringer Type Hold Tone...
  • Page 27: Phone Setting - Timer

    Do Not Disturb Call Waiting Anonymous Call Anonymous Call Reject Call Forward 7.14 Phone Setting – Timer NTP Recycle Reject all incoming calls. Enable or disable call waiting. If DISABLE is selected, full URI and name are sent to the receiver’s phone when the user makes a phone call.
  • Page 28: Call Tracing Log

    Inter Digit Originating Not Accept Incoming No Answer Hold Recall Auto Speaker Off 7.15 Call Tracing Log Call Tracing Log keeps a record of all the phone activities. This log is used by our engineers to troubleshoot hardware problems. 7.16 Phone Book The time interval that the IP phone waits to detect the end of DTMF digits.
  • Page 29: Speed Dial

    Phonebook menu allows the user to add, modify and delete phone numbers. To add, type in the name and number then click NEW to add. To modify/delete, select the name from the list and click modify/delete. Name Number 7.17 Speed Dial Speed dial numbers can be accessed from the IP phone.
  • Page 30: Line Key Settings

    Line Key Settings allows the user to customize line keys as a line or one touch dial. Refer to section 8.11 for one touch dial info. Key Type Telephone Number Select local multiline key (M2~M10) as line or one touch dial function.
  • Page 31: Restart System

    7.19 Restart System Click Restart to update all the modifications.
  • Page 32: Operating The Phone

    8.0 OPERATING THE PHONE Dialing 8.1.1 IP Address Lift handset Dial IP address. For example: dialing 192.168.0.1 Press 8.1.2 SIP Number Note: You have to register with SIP server to use SIP number. Lift handset Dial SIP number. For example: dialing 1866 Press or press SPEAKER...
  • Page 33: Speed Dialing

    Speed Dialing Lift handset Dial Speed Dial number. For example: dialing speed dial number 08 Answering a Phone Call Note: The CANCEL key may be used to reject a call. When phone rings: Lift handset to begin conversation. Switching to Another Line While having a conversation: Press the flashing another line.
  • Page 34: Call Transfer

    Call Transfer While having a conversation: Press Transfer Dial the IP address or the extension number where you like the call to be transferred. Press Transfer Redial Note: To return to idle mode, press CANCEL key 8.7.1 Last Dialed Number Lift handset Press Redial...
  • Page 35: On Hold

    Pickup the handset On Hold While having a conversation: Press HOLD Call Forwarding Please refer to IP Phone Setup and Web Browser Configuration section to setup call forwarding. 8.10 Call Waiting (Internal/External) While having a conversation: Press the flashing another incoming call. The first caller is automatically placed on hold. Press the flashing to retrieve the call again.
  • Page 36: Three Way Conference

    8.12 Three Way Conference Pick up the handset After Person A to place Person A Dial the extension or phone number of the phone. Press 3-way conference and call Person A pick up the phone, press 3-way conference on hold. Person B Person B Person...
  • Page 37: Using The Phonebook

    9.0 USING THE PHONEBOOK Dialing from the Phonebook Press the PHONE BOOK Press Press Storing a Number Press and hold the on the screen. nter a name then press Enter the number that corresponds to the name and press Press Repeat Step 1 to 4 to store another phone number.
  • Page 38: Deleting A Number

    Press Press the PHONE BOOK Select “ Edit ” and press Enter a new name and press Enter the new phone number and press Press Deleting a Number Press the PHONE BOOK Press Press the PHONE BOOK Select “ Delete ” and press Press until the name is displayed on the screen.
  • Page 39: Troubleshooting

    10.0 Troubleshooting The following troubleshooting information can be used to help solve most common problems. QUESTION There are no DIAL tone Nothing is displayed on the LCD screen How to update Firmware? Why can’t I dial my friend’s SIP number? isn’t firmware updating?
  • Page 40 I accidentally set DSL to enable and now the phone does not boot up Why do I get “Can’t Upgrade Now” screen when I click [Submit] in the configuration menu? 3. Check with your supplier if firmware filename is correct. 1.