Gigaset DX600A ISDN – your perfect companion Gigaset DX600A ISDN – your perfect companion ... impressive inside and out. Go crazy for the vibrant 3.5" TFT display, first-class sound quality and elegant exterior. Your Gigaset can do a lot more than just make calls: Bluetooth, Ethernet, DECT and FAX connection Connect your Gigaset to the Internet and your PC via Ethernet.
Desktop phone overview Desktop phone overview 8 9 10 11 1 Adjust volume S = quieter; R = louder 8 Handsfree key during a call/message playback: 9 Mute key Handsfree/receiver volume; During a call: Activate/deactivate microphone When an external call is being signalled: 10 * key Ringer volume Activate/deactivate ringer (press and hold);...
Understanding the display icons Understanding the display icons Display in idle status (example) Desktop phone status 1 2 3 · Ã 06:30 (two lines) Ã Mo Tu We Th Sa Su Current month/year 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 Mar 2010 Appointment added Time...
Following safety precautions Following safety precautions Warning Be sure to read this user guide and the safety precautions before using your telephone. Explain their content and the potential hazards associated with using the telephone to your children. Use only the power adapter supplied, as indicated on the underside of the desktop phone.
Taking the first steps Taking the first steps Checking the package contents 1 One desktop phone 2 One receiver to be connected to the desktop phone 3 One cable for connecting the receiver to the desktop phone 4 One power cable for connecting the desktop phone to the mains power supply 5 One telephone cable for connecting the desktop phone to the phone network (8-pin with 2 mini western jacks 8/8) 6 One cable for connecting a fax machine to the desktop phone (6-pin with 2 mini...
This document only describes how to get started with your Gigaset DX600A ISDN and its key functions in condensed form. You will find a detailed description of your Gigaset DX600A ISDN and its func- tions together with a description of its Web configurator on the enclosed CD.
Taking the first steps Connecting the desktop phone The following diagram is an overview of all connections for your desktop phone. The individual steps are described in detail below. Follow the steps in the order given below: 1 Connect the receiver to the desktop phone. 2 Connect the desktop phone to the telephone network (ISDN).
Taking the first steps 1. Connecting the receiver to the desktop phone Underside of the desktop phone 1 Insert the jack, which can be found on the longer straight end of the connection cable, into the connection port marked with the symbol ^ on the underside of the desktop phone.
Taking the first steps 3 Subsequently, connect the telephone cable to the ISDN connection. 3. Connecting the desktop phone to the mains power supply 1 Insert the small jack on the power cable from the rear into the recess in the hous- ing.
Taking the first steps 4. Connecting the desktop phone with a router (Internet) or PC Your desktop phone features a LAN connection, via which you can connect the desktop phone to a router or PC. It is at your discretion as to whether to connect the desktop phone to a router and thus the Internet.
Taking the first steps Please note Your phone is preconfigured for dynamic assignment of the IP address. In order for your router to "recognise" the phone, dynamic IP address assignment must also be activated on the router i.e., the router's DHCP server must be activated. If the DHCP server cannot or should not be activated, you must assign a fixed IP address to the phone.
Taking the first steps After activating the FAX port, the fax machine is added to the list of internal partic- ipants with the internal name INT 8. Preparing to use the desktop phone: Installation wizard As soon as the desktop phone is connected, the installation wizard starts. The wiz- ard allows you to make all necessary settings for your desktop phone.
Taking the first steps Please note: Not every ISDN provider supports automatic MSN assignment. If this feature is not supported, then you must enter the MSNs for your connection manually ¢ page 16). Set the receive MSN Set the send MSN ISDN Wizard Start ISDN installation wizard?
Taking the first steps If no MSNs can be found, No MSNs detected. is shown. You are prompted to enter your MSNs manually: ISDN Wizard Ð Please enter your MSN data. Back ¤ §OK§ Press the display key to enter the MSNs manually.
Taking the first steps 2. Registration wizard The registration wizard helps you register handsets to the desktop phone. Please note Registration §No§ Press the left display key , if you do not wish to register any handsets. This closes the registration wizard and the connection wizard is started Register a ¢...
Taking the first steps Please note By default, the desktop phone is assigned the internal name INT 1 and the internal number 1. The desktop phone assigns the lowest free internal number to the handset (possible numbers: 2–7). The handset's internal name is shown in the display e.g., INT 2.
Taking the first steps The list of receive connections cur- Ð Receive Connections rently assigned is displayed. Press the bottom of the control key s INT 1 to scroll through the complete list if receives calls for necessary. MSN1: 12345601 MSN2: 12345602 ¤...
Taking the first steps The send connection currently set for Ð Send Connection the desktop phone is displayed. INT 1 sends calls with MSN1: 12345601 ¤ §OK§ Press the display key , if you do not wish to change the setting. Change Skip the following step.
Taking the first steps After successfully configuring the settings, you will see the following displays in quick succession: Connection wizard complete: Installation wizard complete: Connection Wizard Setup ‰ ‰ Connection Setup assignment complete complete. Installation is complete. Date & time There are three methods of setting the date and time: By default, the date and time is transferred to your desktop phone from a time server on the Internet as soon as the desktop phone is connected to the Internet.
Taking the first steps Proceeding The most important functions are described in this quick user guide so that you can quickly adapt your phone to your individual requirements. Use the following guide to quickly locate the functions. If you are unfamiliar with menu-driven devices such as other Gigaset telephones, read the long user guide on the enclosed CD first to find out how the desktop tele- phone is operated.
Menu overview Menu overview With the desktop phone in idle status, press v (open main menu): ¢ Ç Select Services Description Long user guide on the CD Next Call Withhold Number Keypad Control Call Divert Internal Line MSN1 MSN2 MSN10 Call Waiting Withhold # All Calls Busy on Busy...
Menu overview Ë SMS ¢ New SMS page 32 Incoming Draft Settings Service Centres Service Centr. 1 Service Centr. 2 Service Centr. 3 Service Centr. 4 Notification Status Report ¢ Ì Answering Machine page 33 Play Messages Network Mailbox ¢ Answer Machine 1 page 34 Answer Machine 2...
Menu overview ¢ Í Organizer Description Long user guide on the CD Calendar Alarm Clock Missed Alarms Î Contacts ¢ Directory page 30 ¢ Network Directory Online Directory = List of online directories page 31 available with provider-spe- ¢ Yellow Pages page 31 cific names ¢...
This quick user guide only describes a small proportion of your desktop phone's functions. A detailed description of all functions in the menu tree can be found in the long user guide for your Gigaset DX600A ISDN on the enclosed CD.
Making calls Making calls Calling all internal parties ("group call") Press and hold left on the con- If the display backlight is deactivated, it can trol key. be reactivated by pressing any key. All handsets are called. Making external calls Ending a call &...
Making calls Activating/deactivating Muting the desktop phone handsfree/open listening During an external call, you can activate and mode deactivate the microphone on the desktop phone and the receiver using the mute key. If the microphone is deactivated, Micro- Activating/deactivating open phone is off is displayed.
Using lists Using lists Using the call lists Prerequisite: Calling Line Identification The options are: Presentation (CLIP). Redial list The options are: ¢ Incoming message list ( page 32) Accepted calls list Call lists Outgoing calls list Missed alarms list Missed calls list ¢...
Using directories Using directories Anniversary: Select On or Off. With setting On: The options are: Enter Anniversary (Date) and Anniver- ¢ (Local) directory ( page 30) sary (Time) and select reminder type: Public online directory and classified Anniversary (Signal). ¢ directory ( page 31) Caller Melody (VIP): / Caller Picture:...
Using directories Copy Entry / Copy List Using the private net Send entry/list to a handset (to Internal) directory or in vCard format via Bluetooth (vCard via Bluetooth) or send entry in vCard for- Some providers offer users the option of cre- mat via SMS (vCard via SMS).
Sending SMS (text messages) Sending SMS §OK§ Save Select and press . The mes- (text messages) sage is saved in the draft list. You can edit and send it later. Your phone is delivered ready to send SMS If you are interrupted by an external call messages immediately.
Operating the desktop phone answering machine Operating the desktop Operating via the desktop phone phone answering machine Activating/deactivating and setting answering machine mode You can operate the answering machine that You can choose between Answer & Record, is integrated into the desktop phone using ¢...
Operating the desktop phone answering machine h (press and hold) or Activating the answering machine via During time stamp playback: the key on the desktop phone ¤ Skip to previous message. Press the ý key to activate or deacti- During message playback: Skip vate all answering machines that share a to the start of the current mes- receive connection with the desktop...
Operating the desktop phone answering machine Diverting an external call to the Answering a call answering machine d / c Press the handsfree key or pick up the receiver. You can divert an incoming external call to the answering machine, even if it is deacti- Operating when on the move vated.
Operating the desktop phone answering machine Activating the answering machine ¤ Phone home and let the phone ring until you hear: "Please enter PIN" (approx. 50 seconds). ¤ Enter system PIN. Your answering machine is activated. The messages are played.
Setting the desktop phone Setting the desktop Changing the display language phone You can view the display texts in different Your desktop phone is preset, but you can languages. change the settings to suit your individual ¢ ¢ Ï Settings Language requirements.
Setting the desktop phone Setting the brightness and time Setting ringers control for the display backlight You can set the brightness of the display on Setting the volume your desktop phone and specify a timeframe You can choose between five volumes and during which the display is completely deac- the "crescendo"...
Setting the desktop phone Setting time control for external Activating/deactivating calls advisory tones Specify a time period when you do not want In idle status: the desktop phone to signal external calls ¢ ¢ e.g., during the night. Ï Settings Audio Settings ¢...
Customer Service & Assistance Customer Service & Assistance Do you have any questions? As a Gigaset customer, you can find help quickly in this User Manual and in the service section of our Gigaset online portal www.gigaset.com/service. Please register your phone online right after purchase. This enables us to provide you with even better service regarding questions or a warranty claim.
Customer Service & Assistance Questions and answers If you have any queries about the use of your desktop phone, visit our website at www.gigaset.com/customercare for assistance 24/7. You will find a list of com- mon problems and possible solutions in the long user guide on the enclosed CD.