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  • Page 1 HiPath 2000 HiPath 3000 HiPath 4000 optiPoint 410/420 S V6.0 economy economy plus standard User Manual...
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions Safety Precautions For Your Safety The IP telephone optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/ standard S V6.0 complies with the European standard EN 60 950, which deals with the safety of information technology appliances including elec- tronic office equipment. This device has been designed with safety in mind, thus protecting both individuals and objects.
  • Page 3: Important Notes

    An obligation to provide the respective characteristics shall only exist if expressly agreed in the terms of contract. The trademarks used are owned by Siemens AG or their respective owners. Labels The device conforms to the EU guideline 1999/5/EG, as attested by the CE mark.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Safety Precautions......2 For Your Safety ..........2 Protection of the Telephone .
  • Page 5 Contents Making Calls ..........24 Dialing Following Line Seizure .
  • Page 6 Contents Displaying Icons Instead of Text ......49 Options for on-hook dialing ....... 49 Suppressing message about missed calls.
  • Page 7 Contents Conducting Two Calls Simultaneously ......80 Consultation ......... . . 80 Call transfer .
  • Page 8 Contents Appendix ........113 Idle Mode Display ........113 User Menu.
  • Page 9: General Information

    General Information General Information About These Operating Instructions These operating instructions will help you get to know the optiPoint 410/ 420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 and to use its functions. The instructions contain important information for safe and proper operation of the optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0.
  • Page 10: Echo Effect

    Service The Siemens service department can only help you with encoun- tered problems or defects on the unit itself. Should you have any questions regarding the operation, your spe- cialist retailer or network administrator will gladly help you with the right answers.
  • Page 11: Symbols In The Manual

    General Information Step by Step Symbols in the Manual You will find a graphic representation of the Telephone menu operating steps in logical sequence in the left col- umn. Below is an explanation of the symbols: Lift the handset (off-hook). Replace the handset.
  • Page 12: Introduction

    This manual describes how to use the optiPoint 410/420 economy/ economy plus/standard S V6.0 when it is connected to HiPath 3000/HiPath 4000 from Siemens. Some of the features described in this manual are only available be- cause they are provided by HiPath 3000/HiPath 4000. If you are not using the optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/ standard S V6.0 in a HiPath 3000/HiPath 4000 environment, con-...
  • Page 13: Features

    Introduction Features • Two-line alphanumeric display • Time and date indication • Speakerphone and loudspeaker • Redial and storage of last 20 numbers • On-hook dialing • Menu texts in the national language • 12 function keys which are all programmable on two levels •...
  • Page 14: Layout Of Optipoint 410/420 Economy/Economy Plus/Standard

    1 With automatic key labelling 2 Not economy und economy plus Properties of optiPoint 410/420 Telephone Modele economy and standard Telephone Model optiPoint 410 economy 2x24 optiPoint 410 economy plus 2x24 optiPoint 410 standard 2x24 optiPoint 420 economy 2x24 optiPoint 420 economy plus...
  • Page 15: Display And Dialog Keys

    Introduction Display and Dialog Keys The optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 features a four-line display. In normal mode the Idle menu appears on the display. Time and Date 14:15 26.09.04 Telephone Number Editable display 1228 Anlage > Shows telephone menu The idle menu displays the time and date in the first line.
  • Page 16: Keypad

    Introduction Keypad The optiPoint 410/420 advance S V6.0 keypad features digits, letters and some special characters. Depending on the selected input mode, you can key in letters and special characters by pressing the relevant key as often as necessary until the required character appears on the display. Examples of letter inputs are the password, the user name, or FTP down- load files and file paths respectively.
  • Page 17: Programmable Keys

    Introduction Programmable Keys optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 is equipped with 12 function keys all of which are user-programmable on two levels (the "Stop/Escape" and "Shift" keys should be retained). Five of these keys are pre-assigned in the first level. With the optiPoint 420 you also have the option of assigning a name for the key, which is then automatically displayed.
  • Page 18: Control Keys

    Introduction Control Keys The control keys are located to the left of the dialing keypad. De- pending on the operating mode you can modify the following settings: Mode Incoming call Reduce ring tone vol- Increase ring tone vol- Speakerphone Reduce loudspeaker Increase loudspeaker (not with economy/ volume on telephone...
  • Page 19: Operating The Telephone With The Display

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Operating the Telephone with the Display The optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 offers all functions on the display in dialog menus which are independent of status. With the three dialog keys you can scroll through the individual functions, select the function you require and activate it.
  • Page 20: Incoming Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Incoming Calls The Telephone rings giving the set call signal page 63. If calling party information is transferred, it appears in the display. If you are defining settings on the telephone when a call arrives, the process is paused.
  • Page 21: Ending A Call

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step • The ideal distance between the user and the tele- phone set in speakerphone mode is about 50 cm (approx. 20 inches). Ending a Call Press key. LED goes out. Loudspeaker Press key.
  • Page 22: Switching To The Handset

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Switching to the Handset You can’t use this function with optiPoint 410/ 420 economy/economy plus Prerequisite: You are conducting a call in speaker- phone mode. Lift the handset. Continue the call. Open Listening During the Call You can allow other people in the room to join the tele- phone conversation.
  • Page 23: Holding A Call

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Holding a Call You can use this function to put a current call on "hold" to prevent the party at the other end of the line from hearing an internal consultation for instance. The "Hold"...
  • Page 24: Making Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Making Calls You can enter a phone number with the handset off- or on-hook. If you have activated the function Busy when di- aling (see page 50), you cannot be interrupt- ed by an incoming call.
  • Page 25: Dialing Before Line Seizure

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Dialing Before Line Seizure Enter the phone number. Confirm your entry. Dial? > Press the Loudspeaker key. Loudspeaker The number is dialed and the connection is set up. If you are using a dial plan and have set Hot-Key- pad (see page 49), dialing takes place auto- matically as soon as the character string entered...
  • Page 26: Call Log

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Call Log The Call Log menu contains four lists for: • Missed calls • Dialed calls • Received calls The Call Log contains up to 20 of the last parties stored for the relevant list.
  • Page 27: Displaying The Call Log

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Displaying the Call Log > Select and confirm. 02=Call Log? > Select list Confirm. 1=Missed calls? > > Select and confirm. 2=Dialled calls? > > Select and confirm. 3=Received calls? > The lists are sorted chronologically, with the most re- cent entry first.
  • Page 28 Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Call party Once you have selected the required party, you can pro- ceed as follows to make the call. > Select and confirm. 1=Dial? > > Confirm - the call is connected. Dial? >...
  • Page 29: Missed Calls" Key

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step "Missed calls" Key If the "Missed Calls" list contains new entries that have not yet been displayed, the LED for the "Missed calls" key blinks. While you are checking the list, the LED lights continuously.
  • Page 30: Consulting With A Second Party

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Consulting with a Second Party During a call, you can consult with a second party while placing the first party on "hold". You can transfer the call which is on hold to the second party –...
  • Page 31: Canceling Consultation Hold

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Canceling Consultation Hold If the other party does not pick up: Confirm to disconnect the active connection. Disconnect and return? > You are reconnected with the first party. If the other party picks up: Conduct your consultation.
  • Page 32: Using Auto Dial Timer

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Using Auto Dial Timer Following expiry of a configurable delay interval, auto di- aling occurs after the last dialed digit is entered. This can happen in the following circumstances: • Dialing in idle mode •...
  • Page 33: Using Abbreviated Dialing

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Using Abbreviated Dialing To simplify the dialing process, you can call twelve ab- breviated dial numbers. You can program a user number for each abbreviated dialing number page 51. Using Abbreviated Dialing to Make Calls Press the "Abbreviated Dialing"...
  • Page 34: Using Repdial Keys

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step The other party’s number is displayed. Confirm "Store" Store? > to store the number. Enter another number of your choice and confirm. "Entry stored" confirms that the number has been saved. Calling a stored number The idle display appears.
  • Page 35: Deactivating The Ringer

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Deactivating the Ringer If you do not want to be disturbed by an incoming call ringing, you can deactivate the ringer. Prerequisite: A function key must be configured (see page 54). Press the "Ringer off"...
  • Page 36: Using A Key To Activate/Deactivate Do Not Disturb

    Operating the Telephone with the Display Step by Step Using a Key to Activate/Deactivate Do Not Disturb Prerequisite: A function key must be configured (see page 54). Press the "Do Not Disturb" key. Do Not Disturb The LED is on. This setting remains in effect as long as the LED is on.
  • Page 37: Customizing The Telephone

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Customizing the Telephone This chapter describes the settings for the optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 - in- cluding the language used for menu guidance, date and time, dialing mode and audio settings for instance. Accessing the Setup Menu All settings are performed in the "Setup"...
  • Page 38: Settings

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Settings The Settings menu is dynamic, i.e. it only appears with specific information on the status of the telephone, such as: • Call forwarding active • User status set Prerequisite: You are in the "Setup" menu page 37.
  • Page 39: Language

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Language Use this menu option to define the language for opera- tor prompting. Prerequisite: You are in the "Configuration" menu page 38. > Select and confirm; the set language is displayed. 02=Language? > > Select language and confirm.
  • Page 40: Call Duration

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Setting the Date and Time After the display format is selected, the date field ap- pears. > The field to be edited can be changed by using the Day:02 Month:10 Year:03?> < keys to scroll to the next or previous field. Enter the proper digits using the keypad.
  • Page 41: Call Transfer

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Call Transfer Use this menu option to activate/deactivate the feature for deflecting a current call to another party. This menu option is only available if it has been activated by the administrator. Prerequisite: You are in the "Configuration" menu page 38.
  • Page 42: Contrast

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Contrast You can use this menu option to adjust the contrast of your display. There is a scale of 1 (low contrast) through 4 (high contrast). Prerequisite: You are in the "Configuration" menu page 38. >...
  • Page 43: Call Display

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step > Select numeric input. 2=Number? > The new setting is displayed. Call Display This function allows you to define what kind of caller in- formation (Calling Line Identification) is displayed for in- coming calls. Possible options are: 1=Name 2=Number...
  • Page 44: Auto Dial Timer

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Confirm. Daylight saving deactivated. Switch off? > The new setting is displayed. Auto Dial Timer You can use this menu option to specify the time delay following input of the phone number before the phone automatically dials the number without you having to press the key.
  • Page 45: Music On Hold

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step <> the arrow keys or the keypad keys. Confirm the setting. The value for the new setting is dis- played. Music On Hold Use this option to turn on or off the music played when you are placed on hold and no external „music on hold“...
  • Page 46: Do Not Disturb

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Do Not Disturb You can use this option to permit or prohibit the user from activating the Do Not Disturb feature. If Do Not Disturb is deactivated, the "04=Do Not Disturb" option is not available on the telephone. This menu option is only available if it has been activated by the administrator.
  • Page 47: Inactivity Timeout

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Confirm. If multiple messages are received, they are 1=Cycle/Flash? > displayed alternately. > Select and confirm. The message with the highest pri- 2=Static? > ority is displayed even if multiple messages have been received. If there are several messages, a plus sign is visible behind the current message.
  • Page 48: Dsm Call View

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step DSM Call View This function is only available if an optiPoint display mo- dule has been connected to your optiPoint 410/ 420. standard You can use this option to specify wheth- er call view is on the telephone display or on the display module following a system restart.
  • Page 49: Displaying Icons Instead Of Text

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Displaying Icons Instead of Text If an icon is to be displayed on the optiPoint display mo- dule instead of message text such as "missed calls" for example, then activate this option (only with optiPoint 410/420 .standard S V6.0).
  • Page 50: Suppressing Message About Missed Calls

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Suppressing message about missed calls If this function is activated, calls which have been missed are indicated on the display of the telephone in idle mode. If the function has been deactivated, new calls which have been missed are indicated only by the blinking of the relevant function key.
  • Page 51: Local Functions

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Local Functions You can use the "Local Functions" menu to configure phone-based functions such as password definition or memory assignment for example. This menu can be protected using a user pass- word page 52. Prerequisite: You are in the "Setup"...
  • Page 52: User Password

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step If you immediately enter digits using the keypad, the content is deleted and the first new digit entered is dis- played. Confirm to enter digits. Program destination #? > Enter digits and confirm. The stored number is displayed. 5) 0451524486? >...
  • Page 53: Lock Phone

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Lock Phone You can use this option to lock your phone so that unau- thorized persons cannot make calls from or change your user settings. Emergency numbers and predefined numbers from the dialing plan can be dialed. The telephone can only be locked if you have de- fined a user password page 52.
  • Page 54: Assigning Function Keys

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Resetting Memory to Factory Default Settings You can use this option to reset the phone settings to the factory default values. This menu option only resets user-configurable data. Settings made by the administrator are not changed.
  • Page 55: Example 1: Assigning The Mute Function To A Function Key

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Example 1: Assigning the Mute Function to a Function Key You would like to switch the microphone on or off while making a telephone call. This function should be as- signed to one of the function keys. Functions are only programmable on the first key level.
  • Page 56: Example 2: Assigning Repertory Dialing To A Function Key

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Example 2: Assigning Repertory Dialing to a Function Key There are two ways of assigning the Repertory dialing function to a function key: • Define a new key called Repertory dialingand en- ter the repertory dialing sequence. •...
  • Page 57 Customizing the Telephone Step by Step • The Clear control function within a string causes each active call to be cleared down; any remaining characters are processed in a new context (normally "idle"). • The Consult control function within a string causes the current call to be held and the remaining charac- ters to be interpreted as dialing digits.
  • Page 58: Example 3: Assigning A Number Or Name To A Function Key

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Enter or modify name or number and confirm. The rele- vant key is labelled automatically. > Select and confirm to retain the existing label. Continue? > The phone is now ready to dial with this function key in Selected dialing the programmed level.
  • Page 59 Customizing the Telephone Step by Step The phone is now ready to dial with this function key in the programmed level. If you want to program another key (or key level of the same key), you can select the level again. If you are using an optiPoint 410 write the func- tion that you have assigned to the key on the la- bel card to identify it...
  • Page 60: Using Function Keys

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Using Function Keys You can call the programmed functions depending on the current status of the telephone. The corresponding display appears after a function key has been pressed. Example 1: Activating the Notebook function Prerequisite: The Idle menu or an active call is dis- played.
  • Page 61: Audio Settings

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Audio Settings Use this menu to adjust the volume of the ringer tone with which your telephone signals incoming calls, the volume of the loudspeaker and the handset volume, and set the room acoustics for handsfree talking. Prerequisite: You are in the "Setup"...
  • Page 62: Ringer Volume

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Ringer Volume In Idle Mode The lowest ringer volume is 1 and the highest volume is Prerequisite: You are in the "Audio Settings" page 61. > Select and confirm. 2=Ringer vol.? > The value can be increased or reduced by using either the control keys on the telephone or <>...
  • Page 63: Ringer

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Ringer The tone sequence can be varied in 3 steps, the melody in 8 steps. During programming you may switch be- tween the tone sequence and melody input fields using < > the arrow keys If configured, the ringing tone may be different from the settings made here.
  • Page 64: Headset Volume

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Headset Volume optiPoint 410/420 economy does not have a headset interface. You can adjust the volume of the headset loudspeaker as follows: Prerequisite: You are in the "Audio Settings" page 61 menu. > Select and confirm. The current setting is displayed. 8=Headset vol.? >...
  • Page 65: Key Clicks

    Customizing the Telephone Step by Step Please note that the setting for room acoustics is reset to "1=Normal" if you deactivate the function keys "2=Echoing" or "3=Muffled". Key Clicks You can decide whether or not to have key clicks to pro- vide feedback when a key has been pressed.
  • Page 66: Operating The Telephone With The Optipoint Display

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module The optiPoint display module can not be connec- ted to the optiPoint 410/420 economy/ economy plus Using the Display To select the control elements on the display, use the stylus provided or a similar object that will not damage the display surface.
  • Page 67: Swap Display

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step For further information, please refer to the section: • page 86 Call Log • page 85 Redial Last No. • page 90 Do not disturb • Ringer on page 70 •...
  • Page 68: Incoming Call

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Incoming call Incoming Call in Idle Mode For incoming calls, you will hear the telephone ringing and see the display change as shown below. Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM Incoming Call If you are in the process of making settings on the phone during a call...
  • Page 69: Answering A Call

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Answering a Call You can now lift the handset to speak with the calling party press the Connection icon in the Caller Box to answer the call. The display changes and Caller Box appears closer to line Call Control...
  • Page 70: Reject Call

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step If you have assigned a name to a phone number in your Contacts, this name is displayed in the name field when this party calls. The number transmitted is overwritten with the name stored in your Contacts.
  • Page 71: Placing A Call On Hold

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Placing a Call on Hold Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM Bill Smith 987654321 00:24 On Hold Consult/Transfer You can use this function to place an active call on hold. The other party is informed that they are being placed on hold.
  • Page 72: Displaying Missed Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Displaying Missed Calls If you do not answer a call, the call data is logged to the Missed Calls list. The icon for missed calls and the number of missed calls only appears if entries have been stored in the list of missed calls ( page 87).
  • Page 73: Making Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Making Calls You can dial a telephone number both on and off-hook. If you have activated the function Busy when di- aling (see page 50), you cannot be interrupt- ed by an incoming call.
  • Page 74 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM 12345678 Confirm dialing as soon as you have finished entering the number. Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM 12345678 Calling The number is dialed. As soon as the party answers, the Call Control switch- es to display an active connection.
  • Page 75 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Voice Dialing Dial the phone number by simply speaking a name. Prerequisite: Entries in the "Contacts" phone book must be supplemented/configured for voice dialing. Please refer to the operating instructions for the optiPoint display module for information on how to program entries for voice dialing.
  • Page 76: On-Hook Dialing

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step On-Hook Dialing Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM /123 12345678 Contacts Enter a telephone number using the keypad. Enter the phone number using the display keyboard (the display keyboard is described in the operating in- structions for the optiPoint display module).
  • Page 77: Ending A Call

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Ending a Call Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM 12345678 Calling To end a call simply: replace the handset press the Loudspeaker key if you are in speakerphone Loudspeaker mode, press the Replace Handset icon.
  • Page 78: Dialing From Contacts

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Dialing from Contacts If you have stored contacts in the local "Contacts" phone book, you can use them anytime you want to dial a number. Please refer to the operating instructions for the optiPoint display module for information on how to create entries in the phone book.
  • Page 79: Using Repdial Keys

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Using Repdial Keys If you press a selected dialing key with a stored number (see page 58), the number appears in the Caller Box. Press the programmed function key. Frank Miller Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM...
  • Page 80: Conducting Two Calls Simultaneously

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Conducting Two Calls Simultaneously Consultation During a call you can call another party and initiate con- sultation while the call with the first party is On Hold. Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM Bill Smith 987654321...
  • Page 81 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step You can also use phone numbers that are stored in Contacts ( page 78), in Redial Last No. page 85) or in a Call Log ( page 86). You can terminate the dialing process with the Cancel key during input of the number and then return to the first party.
  • Page 82: Call Transfer

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step You also have the option of placing both parties on hold. In this case the "alternating" option is not available. Call transfer During consultation you can connect the other two par- ties to each other.
  • Page 83 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM Jane Brown 123456789 00:24 Transfer... done Bill Smith 987654321 00:24 Press the display key OK to terminate the process im- mediately. You can then replace the handset or redial.
  • Page 84: Alternate - Alternating Between Two Parties

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Alternate – Alternating Between Two Parties You can alternate between two parties to whom you are connected after answering a second call or in consulta- tion mode. Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM Jane Brown 123456789...
  • Page 85: Redial Last Number

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Redial Last Number You can use this option to immediately redial the last number. Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM < Please Dial> Call Log Redial Last No. Contacts To redial the last number dialed, open the menu and se- lect the option Redial Last No.
  • Page 86: Call Log

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Call Log To call or clear a party, select the relevant name from the Call Log . You can display call details or store caller data in the phone book. The following call logs are created: •...
  • Page 87: Missed Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Open the menu in idle mode or when prompted to dial and select the Call Log option. Select Dialed calls. Press the Redial key to open the Dialed calls list. Redial Call Log Missed calls (10) 8 new...
  • Page 88 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Call Log Missed calls (10) 8 new 43216789 Bill Smith John Watson Harry Grey Ralph Delgado Isabella Ashley Jeanine Fox Dialed calls (8) Received calls (12) Dial View If a party dials a number, forwards a call or does not an- swer an incoming call, the caller’s details are stored in the relevant Call Log.
  • Page 89: Received Calls

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Details The following is displayed when you press Details: • The number of call attempts from each user (max. • The date and time of the last call attempt. Call Log Missed calls 1 of 10 987654321...
  • Page 90: Do Not Disturb

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Do Not Disturb When Do not disturb is enabled, the caller hears the busy tone. Prerequisite: Do Not Disturb must be configured page 46). Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM +44 123456 78910 Call Log Redial Last No.
  • Page 91: Character Input

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Character Input Changing Character Mode Press this icon to switch keyboard input from numeric to alphanumeric (lowercase) and/or alphanumeric (up- percase). Numeric input Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM 12345678 Alphanumeric input (lowercase) Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM...
  • Page 92: Switching Between Overwrite And Insert Mode

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Alphanumeric input (uppercase) Call Control Mon 07/03/05 11:34AM JOHN Switching Between Overwrite and Insert Mode Switching to Insert Mode If the icon appears in the bottom system display row, you are currently in overwrite mode, i.e. input characters overwrite existing characters.
  • Page 93 Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Switching to overwrite mode If the icon appears in the bottom system display row, you are currently in insert mode, i.e. input charac- ters are inserted in between existing characters. Press this button to switch to overwrite mode.
  • Page 94: Navigating On The Display Module

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Navigating on the Display Module Selecting and Activating Control Elements To select the control elements on the display use the stylus provided or a similar object that will not damage the display surface.
  • Page 95: Edit Fields

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step The keys for the Display Module are used as follows: Select next control element for activation. Select previous control element for activation. Activate control element by opening a menu at the same time for example.
  • Page 96: Setup Menu In The Display Module

    Operating the Telephone with the optiPoint display module Step by Step Setup Menu in the Display Module You can also call up the Setup menu ( page 37) in the Display Module. To do this, use the keypad on the tele- phone.
  • Page 97: Web Interface

    Web Interface Step by Step Web Interface General Information optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/ standard S V6.0 is equipped with a HTTP web server, which permits the mapping of information from the telephone to a web browser on a PC integrated into the LAN ("Web-based Management Tool").
  • Page 98: Preparatory Steps

    Web Interface Preparatory Steps Open Web Interface To evoke the interface, open a web browser and enter the following URL: http://[IP of the telephone] Where [IP of the telephone] stands for the IP address of the optiPoint 410/ 420 economy/economy plus/standard S V6.0 that you want to map. If applicable, confirm the following advisory message with "Yes": The homepage appears:...
  • Page 99: Menu Structure

    Web Interface Call up the user interface User Click here to access the user area. Enter the user ID for the optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/ standard S V6.0 telephone and click "Login". If a user ID has not been specified, enter the default value "000000". Menu Structure Click a field in one of the interface images to obtain more infor- mation on the field.
  • Page 100: Function Keys

    Web Interface Function Keys For a description on how to change the user password in the Telephone menu, see page 54. Click a field in one of the interface images to obtain more infor- mation on the field. Phone...
  • Page 101: Select Function Key

    Web Interface Select Function Key "Loudspeaker" function key "Selected dialing" function key "Phone lock" function key "Repertory dial" function key...
  • Page 102: Country Settings

    Web Interface Info Message The function keys have been assigned the selected functions. Country Settings For a description of the country setting in the Telephone menu, see page 38. Click a field in one of the interface images to obtain more infor- mation about the field.
  • Page 103: Audio Settings

    Web Interface Audio Settings For a description of how to change the Audio Settings in the Telephone menu, see page 61. Click a field in one of the interface images to obtain more infor- mation about the field. Call-Related Parameters For a description of the parameters in the Telephone menu, see the follow- ing pages: •...
  • Page 104: Alphabetic Reference

    Web Interface Alphabetic Reference This glossary provides basic information required for performing configura- tion tasks on the optiPoint 410/420 economy/economy plus/ standard S V6.0. • The section "Alphabetic Reference" explains terms found in the menus in alphabetic order. • Clicking the icons will bring you to the relevant function descriptions: –...
  • Page 105 Web Interface • Austria • Switzerland • Belgium • United Kingdom • Argentina • Brazil • Luxembourg • Netherlands • Portugal • Poland • Czech Republic page 102 page 38 DND feature enabled on phone Users are permitted to switch Do Not Disturb on and off on their tele- phone.
  • Page 106 Web Interface Key Click Volume Key click volume setting on the dialing keypad. • Minimum value: 0 (no sound) • Maximum value: 3 (loud) • Default value: 2 page 103 page 65 Key Label Specify the name for automatic key labelling here. •...
  • Page 107 Web Interface Parameters for "Selected dialing" Enter the phone number for direct inward dialing. page 101 page 31 Ringer Volume Setting the ringer volume. • Minimum value: 1 (quiet) • Maximum value: 5 (loud) • Default value: 3 page 103 page 62...
  • Page 108 Web Interface Selecting a Function Select the required functions for both first and second level function keys. The following options are available for selection: Function Key Explanation Clear definition Clear current definition. (Clear) Selected dialing Configure function key as a selected dialing key and program telephone number.
  • Page 109 Web Interface Function Key Explanation Swap screens Switches the telephone display from line display to Display Module (DSM) and vice versa. Quit Function key for ending calls. Confirm Represents the confirm key " ". Function keys are also available on the second level. page 100 page 54 Tone Sequence...
  • Page 110: Using Editors

    Using Editors Step by Step Using Editors Entering Text The text editor permits you to use the keypad on your optiPoint 410/420 advance S V6.0 to enter text (letters, numerals and special characters). The editor is automatically activated when the optiPoint 410/420 advance S V6.0 requests you to en- ter text.
  • Page 111 Using Editors Step by Step < > ’ „ & (1) Space Use Shift to switch between upper and lower case Shift when entering letters (shown with a light blue back- ground in the table). The state of the Shift key (overwrite or insert mode) is shown on the right-hand side of the fourth line: Shift key not active.
  • Page 112: Navigating During Text Entry

    Using Editors Step by Step Navigating During Text Entry The following keys can be used for navigation during text entry: < "Shift key" off: delete character to the left of the cursor. "Shift key" on: move the cursor to the left or shift the text to the right.
  • Page 113: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix This appendix contains an overview of the optiPoint 410/ 420 advance S V6.0 menus as well as any messages that are displayed and their explanations. It also contains tables for the default assignment of function keys. Idle Mode Display Priority Category Description Download The telephone’s configuration or software is being updated...
  • Page 114: User Menu

    Appendix User Menu Telephone Menu Default |--- ... |--- 02=Call Log? |--- 1=Incoming calls? |--- 2=Dialed calls? |--- 3=Received calls? |--- 4=Forwarded calls? |--- 0=End? |--- 03=Forward? Not supported |--- 1=Unconditional? Not supported |--- 1=New/change target? 1=Use keypad? |--- 2=Use editor? |--- 0=End? 2=Switch on? 3=Switch off?
  • Page 115 Appendix Telephone Menu Default |--- 05=Call forwarding? Not supported |--- 07=Call duration? |--- 08=Call waiting? Not supported |--- 09=Call transfer? Not supported |--- 10=Call join? |--- 11=Contrast? |--- 1=Display? 2=Key labels? |--- 0=End? |--- 12=Dialing mode? |--- 1=Name? Not supported |--- 2=Number? |--- 3=Name and Number? Not supported...
  • Page 116 Appendix Telephone Menu Default |--- 1=Contextl? |--- 2=Hot-keypad? |--- 00=End? |--- 49=Callback-busy? Not supported |--- 50=Callback-no reply? Not supported |--- 51=Idle missed calls? |--- 52=Busy when dialing? |--- 53=Hangup while ringing? |--- 00=End? |--- 3=Local functions? |--- 1=Abbrev. dialing? not programmed |--- 2=User password? 000000 |--- 3=Lock Phone?
  • Page 117: Telephone Menu

    Appendix Telephone Menu Default |--- 1=Clear? |--- 2=Selected dialing? |--- 3=Repertory dialing? |--- 4=Park? Not supported 5=Call Park Pickup? Not supported |--- 0=End? |--- 0=End? |--- 5=Audio settings? |--- 1=Loudspeaker vol.? |--- 2=Ringer volume? |--- 3=Ringer? |--- 5=Handset volume? |--- 6=Room character? |--- 1=Normal? |--- 2=Echoing? |--- 3=Muffled?
  • Page 118: Consultation Call

    Appendix Consultation Call Menu Option Action Next Step Alternate? Hold connected user and call up Consultation call" user on hold menu Join? Transfer call with consultation to Idle menu the two parties in contact and withdraw from the conversation Hold? (DFT only) Place connected call on hold Disconnect and...
  • Page 119: Messages And Alarms

    Appendix Messages and Alarms Status Messages Status messages are generally displayed in the top display line. They re- main there (static) until they are replaced by a new status. User Display (2nd line) Explanation Connection refused A connection to the specified destination can- not be established Connection refused The remote terminal is alerting...
  • Page 120: Error Messages

    Appendix Error Messages The error display on the telephone is limited to one display output and acoustic signals possibly generated from the network. As a rule, error messages are shown in the bottom line of the display. This means that the connection between the original action and the error which has occurred is retained.
  • Page 121: Labeling The Keys

    • With a computer via the Internet: You will find the "Online Key Labelling Tool" along with the user inter- face at http://www.siemens.com/hipath "Downloads" "Software". Place the strip next to the keys, then place the transparent cover over it...
  • Page 122: Index

    Index Index date/time ............. 39 daylight saving ..........43 dial after seizing a line ....... 73 dial before seizing a line ......76 abbreviated dialing ........33 dialed calls ........... 86 numbers, clear ........53 dialing aids ..........19, 31 switch on/off ...........
  • Page 123 Index E.164 phone number making calls ......... 19 ..........73 echo effect memory ..........10 ............53 echoing room acoustics memory, clearing ......64 ........53 ending a call messages and alarms ..........77 ......119 error messages MF tone ........
  • Page 124 Index safety precautions user password ........2 ..........52 selected dialing key user support ........31 ..........10 serial number user-programmable keys ..........9 ......54 speakerphone mode using repdial keys ......20, 21 ........79 special characters ........16 standard telephone functions ....
  • Page 125: Important Functions At A Glance

    Important Functions at a Glance Important Functions at a Glance Making a call: Either: Dial? > + as soon as the other party picks up or use Dial? > speakerphone and loudspeaker. Redialing (from the „Call Log“ list: > + select entry and con- Repeat Dial 3=543219876?
  • Page 126 Important Functions at a Glance Displaying the Call Log: Select list: Missed Calls 1=Missed calls? > > > 2=Dialled calls? > 3=Received calls? > > Select entry: 3=543219876? > > Display details: 2=Details? > > > Call party: 1=Dial? > Dial? >...
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