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    Be inspired Operating instructions and Safety Precautions...

  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Œ Use only the USB cable supplied to connect your Gigaset 4070/4075isdn to a PC. Do not connect the USB cable until requested to do so by the “Launcher” . Do not insert or remove the USB cable during a storm. You run the risk of receiving an electric shock.

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    Installation notes A 220/230Vac mains socket and an ISDN telephone socket must be available at the installation site. Install in a central location, e.g. in a hallway. The installation site should not be located in the immediate vicinity of other devices such as stereo systems, televisions, office equipment or microwaves, as this could result in interference.

  • Page 4: Brief Overview - Gigaset 3000 Comfort

    Brief overview - Gigaset 3000 Comfort ± The display is protected by a plastic film. This protective film should be removed before use. Battery level Base name – Constant: ready to full dial/receive call flat – Flashing: no contact with base station Softkeys See below End call key...

  • Page 5: Softkeys And Symbols For Gigaset 3000 Comfort

    Softkeys and symbols for Gigaset 3000 Comfort Softkey symbols Symbols Activate internal connection Battery run down + warning § tone Open redial list Battery 1/3 charged. ¦ Flashes during charging process 1. This symbol appears if Battery 2/3 charged. ¥ the missed calls list Flashes during charging contains new messages...

  • Page 6: Brief Overview - Gigaset 4000 Comfort

    Brief overview - Gigaset 4000 Comfort Status LED (light-emitting Display lights up during a call; Flashes for: – incoming call Battery level – new messages – alarm calls, flat (flashes) reminders, full anniversaries Reception strength Current functions and softkeys Ÿ Control key The softkeys give you 1^^QRU\\Q...

  • Page 7: Functions Of The Control Key

    Functions of the control key The control key has different functions in different situations. Contr On standby In lists and menus In an input field ol key Cursor one line up Open PhoneBook Down Cursor one line down Activate menu Select entry (OK) Cursor right Dialling internal...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Safety precautions ..........II Brief overview - Gigaset 3000 Comfort .

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    Busy signal when MSN is engaged (Busy on Busy) ....25 Setting external/internal enquiry calls ......26 Rejecting calls for entire MSN group .

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    External call forwarding - CF ........36 Configuring a new call forwarding destination .

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    Answering machine (4075isdn only) ......46 Access options for the answering machine ......46 Selecting an answering machine .

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    Playing back an announcement ......53 Selecting an announcement ....... . 54 Recording internal memos .

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    Conducting external enquiry calls......62 Call transfer on/before answer....... . 63 Accepting an entrance telephone call .

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    Gigaset 4000 Comfort menu ........74 Menu of the Gigaset 4070/4075isdn base station .

  • Page 15: Setting Up The Telephone

    Setting up the telephone Step Step Connecting the base station socket: insert in the ISDN connection cable until the plug locks into place. Insert in the ISDN connection cable in the ISDN socket until the plug locks into place. In the case of NTBA with self-assembly, insert the cable between the NTBA and the TAE (old telephone socket) until both plugs lock into place.

  • Page 16: Connecting Supplementary Devices

    Connecting supplementary devices Step Connection in Germany Step Connection for the corded terminal with internal number 21 Connection for the corded terminal with internal number 22 The connections are provided for analogue terminals with TAE connectors. Schematic diagram Connection in other countries Connection for the corded terminal with internal number 21...

  • Page 17: Overview Of Cordless Functions

    Overview of cordless functions Step Step Handset Operated in the same way as: Gigaset 4000 Comfort Gigaset 4000 Comfort Gigaset 3000 MOBILE Gigaset 3000 Comfort Gigaset 3000 Comfort Gigaset 3000 Micro Gigaset 2000 pocket Gigaset 2000 C/T Gigaset 3000 Classic Gigaset 3000 Classic Gigaset 2000 S GAP devices...

  • Page 18: Registering The Gigaset 3000 Classic Handset

    Select an unassigned internal call number (11 -18) with [  ] and confirm with Step [OK]. Successful registration is confirmed on the display. Step Registering the Gigaset 3000 Classic handset Switch on the handset with a long press on the € Press z { ~...

  • Page 19: Getting Into The Isdn World Is Easy

    Getting into the ISDN world is Step Step easy What is an MSN? MSN stands for multiple subscriber number. You can apply for a maximum of ten different telephone numbers for the ISDN multiple device connection. An MSN is one of the telephone numbers assigned to you without the area code. Configuring Gigaset 4070/4075isdn and MSNs Your telephone system in the Gigaset 4070/4075isdn uses the MSN specifically according to your requirements.

  • Page 20: Ring Delay Per Incoming Msn

    You can use the MSN nächst.Wahl feature by allocating two MSNs to the Step handsets 11 and 12 and switch to the MSN 22222 for this dialling procedure in the process. This is not possible for handsets 13 and 14 as an alternative MSN Step was not set up.

  • Page 21: The Installation Assistant (comfort Handsets Only)

    The Installation Assistant Step Step (Comfort handsets only) The Installation Assistant can be called up any time to help you set the most important functions. The following settings can be completed in sequence: date and time Own call number (MSN) Device type (e.g.

  • Page 22: Setting The Device Type

    Setting the device type Step [Telephone] is preset for the analog connections Internal 21 and Internal 22 and Step the GAP devices. You can make and receive calls once a telephone is connected. If you connect an additional corded device (e.g. fax), the device type must be modified again accordingly.

  • Page 23: Configuring Isdn Call Numbers (msns)

    Configuring ISDN call numbers Step Step (MSNs) Your ISDN connection provides you with two telephone lines that you can use simultaneously. You can configure up to 10 own call numbers (MSNs) at your base station. You can also use some call numbers for additional devices on the ISDN connection (S bus).

  • Page 24: Assigning An Outgoing Msn

    Assigning an outgoing MSN Step or *for selection menus. Press Step Select using [  ] and [OK]: Service Set up or Base set up Settings Set up user Set up device ]: (required internal subscriber) . Select using [ ...

  • Page 25: Isdn Features

    ISDN features Step Step Transferring calls – ECT This function is only required for ECT (Explicit Call Transfer) behind PABXs. or *for selection menus. Press Service Set up or Base Set up Settings ISDN Select using [  ] and [OK]: settings Transition (ECT) Call waiting - activating/deactivating CW...

  • Page 26: Setting External/internal Enquiry Calls

    Setting external/internal enquiry calls Step You can set your telephone so that: Step when conducting an enquiry with an external subscriber arising from an external call, the original caller is held in the central office so that your second ISDN line remains free when conducting an enquiry with an external subscriber arising from an external call, the original caller is held in the base station which means that both ISDN lines are busy (see also „Configuring music-on-hold“...

  • Page 27: System Settings

    System settings Step Step Configuring music-on-hold The caller hears music-on-hold when put on hold by the base station rather than the exchange (e.g. in the case of internal transfer). Please see „Setting external/internal enquiry calls“ on page 26. The following settings can be selected: Internal Integrated default melody...

  • Page 28: Configuring An Internal Ringer Melody For A Handset

    Configuring an internal ringer melody for a handset Step or *for selection menus. Press Step For Gigaset 3000 Comfort Select using [  ] and [OK]: Settings Audio Ringer Melody for Gigaset 4000 Comfort Select using [  ] and [OK]: Audio Set call tone For Gigaset 3000 Comfort...

  • Page 29: Restoring The Factory Setting

    Restoring the factory setting Step You can choose the settings that are to be restored: Step ªOperational© – All MSNs and prefix codes (exchange codes) are deleted. Authorizations are reset to “Unrestricted” . ªReset all© – All functions are reset to the default settings. The system PIN is reset to “0000”...

  • Page 30: Making Calls Using Comfort Features

    Making calls using comfort Step Step features The abbreviations in brackets after the titles stand for the corresponding ISDN feature. Some features can only be used if enabled by the provider (additional charge). Making internal calls free of charge If you have several handsets or supplementary devices, you can make internal calls free of charge.

  • Page 31: Ring Delay

    Ring delay Step Using the ring delay feature you can configure a handset for each individual Step incoming MSN to delay response to the call signal. However, during this ring delay time the handset can accept the call using the “ Accept? ”...

  • Page 32: Toggle

    Toggle Step With the toggle feature, you can switch between an active and inactive Step connection. The active connection is put on hold. You can switch between called parties with [ Ž ] and [  Ending an enquiry call/toggle or *for the menu.

  • Page 33: Entering Numbers In The Telephone Directory

    Entering numbers in the telephone directory Step During a call, you can enter the number of the other party in the telephone Step directory, or add his/her name and then call them from the telephone directory. or *for the menu. Press Select using [ ] and [OK]:...

  • Page 34: Missed Calls List

    Missed calls list Step The missed calls list contains the telephone numbers (max. 32 digits) of Step unanswered calls together with the date, time and number of call attempts. In the case of numbers stored in the telephone directory of the handset, the name of the caller is also displayed.

  • Page 35: Checking, Deleting Or Modifying Numbers In The Missed Calls List

    Checking, deleting or modifying numbers in the missed calls list Step or *for selection menus. Press Step Service Set up or Base Set up Missed calls Select using [  ] and [OK]: (desired number) [ Display entry and confirm with [OK]. Together with the telephone number, the date and time of the call are also displayed.

  • Page 36: External Call Forwarding - Cf

    External call forwarding - CF Step If call forwarding is configured, it is activated at the provider exchange. Both Step telephone lines assigned to your ISDN connection are free during call forwarding. You must pay the connection costs together with a surcharge. You can define the following conditions for call forwarding: Immediately —...

  • Page 37: Switching Internal/external Call Forwarding

    Switching internal/external call forwarding Step Calls can be forwarded by the base station (internal) or by the provider Step (external). In the case of internal call forwarding, the second B- channel is used. or *for selection menus. Press Service Set up or Base Set up Settings ISDN Select using [...

  • Page 38: Accepting A Callback

    Accepting a callback Step The handset rings with a specific ring tone and the callback number is shown Step on the display. Press : the connection is established. Deleting a callback The handset rings and the callback number is shown on the display. Confirm [DELETE].

  • Page 39: Putting Internal Subscribers On Hold

    Putting internal subscribers on hold Step You are conducting an internal call. Step Press [CONSULT]: The internal subscriber is put on hold. You can set up an external enquiry call. or *for the menu and select [End] followed To end the external call, press by [OK].

  • Page 40: Set Msn For Next Call

    Select using [  ] and [OK]: Service Set up or Base Set up Settings ISDN Step settings Withhold No. in front of Withhold No. = ON / no = OFF) Step Confirm with [OK]. Set MSN for next call Even if you have defined individual outgoing MSNs for outgoing calls on handsets you can select a different outgoing MSN for the next call (for example for separate billing)

  • Page 41: Tracing Switch

    Tracing switch Step The tracing switch is used to identify nuisance or malicious callers. This feature Step can be requested from your provider only in justified cases. During or immediately after the call You have received a malicious call from an anonymous caller. You can activate this function: during the call or as soon as the caller has terminated the call.

  • Page 42: System Functions

    System functions Step Step Copying telephone directory entries If you have registered two or more Gigaset 4000/3000/2000 Comfort devices you can copy all or part of the telephone directory from one handset to another. Please read the relevant operating instructions. Configuring an external destination call number for the room monitor Using the room monitor function, the Gigaset 4000 and 3000/2000 Comfort...

  • Page 43: Entering An Automatic Start/end Time For Night Service

    Entering an automatic start/end time for night service Step or *for selection menus. Press Step Select using [  ] and [OK]: Service Set up Base Set up Night service (required MSN) o Start time End time Enter start time or end time and confirm with [ Select using [ ] and [OK]: Save entry...

  • Page 44: Setting Up "units From Co

    If you have also entered a rate (see Section , “Entering the price per unit”) the Info Step call costs will be multiplied by this rate. You can also use a rate if you want to bill for higher call costs, otherwise disable the rate (the cost display is to be Step increased by factor 2, for example).

  • Page 45: Displaying A Cost Overview

    Displaying a cost overview Step Depending on the setting, call or charge units are displayed for each internal Step subscriber, for each configured MSN, and for the system as a whole. for Gigaset 3000 Comfort for selection menus. Press Select using [ ...

  • Page 46: Access Options For The Answering Machine

    Answering machine (4075isdn Step Step only) The Gigaset 4075isdn has three answering machines (AMs). Any MSN can be assigned to any answering machine. However, an individual MSN cannot be assigned to more than one answering machine at a time. Only one message can be recorded at a time.

  • Page 47: Recording/modifying Announcements

    Recording/modifying announcements Step A total of 4 announcements can be recorded: Step Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcem. only Concluding announcement Select answering machine (see below) o Announcements Select using [  ] and [ ]: (required announcement) . Select using [ ...

  • Page 48: Listening To Messages

    Recording also stops when the call ends or if the memory is full. You Info Step should always let the other person know you that you intend recording the call. Step Listening to messages You can access new messages directly using the letter symbol [ on the Gigaset 3000 Comfort handset.

  • Page 49: Modifying Settings

    Press [ ] during playback. Step Select using [ ] and [OK]: Callback  Step The subscriber is called. If you have stored one or more providers on the handset you can make the callback with a provider call number. Press [ ] during playback.

  • Page 50: Locking The Answering Machine

    Locking the answering machine Step Your answering machine can be protected against third-party intervention with Step an individual PIN (Personal Identification Number). The answering machine PIN is also your access code for remote control of the answering machine. Activating/deactivating the answering machine Select answering machine (see below) o Settings AM Lock...

  • Page 51: Picking Up A Call From An Answering Machine

    Picking up a call from an answering machine Step To pick up a call from an answering machine, you need at least the “Incoming Step only” access (Defining authorizations see page 55). Activating/deactivating automatic AM pickup Press or *for selection menus. Service Set up or Base Set up Settings System...

  • Page 52: Modifying The Answering Machine Pin

    Modifying the answering machine PIN Step Your Gigaset 4075isdn is delivered with the answering machine PIN 0000. Step Select answering machine (see below) o Settings Change AM-PIN Enter the new AM PIN (max. 8 digits) and confirm with [OK]. Repeat the new AM PIN and confirm with [OK]. If you make a mistake when entering the PIN, you can delete the entry Info using the...

  • Page 53: Playing Back An Announcement

    Key sequences for remote control Step Once you have commenced remote control for the answering machine, each Step key has the same function, regardless of the telephone model. Pause/stop Record Announcemen On/off Mode Delete Status/Help Playing back messages and memos All messages New messages only Pause/stop...

  • Page 54: Selecting An Announcement

    Step Playing back an announcement Announcem. only Step Concluding announcement Selecting an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcem. only Concluding announcement Recording internal memos Begin recording End recording Activating/deactivating the answering machine Activate/deactivate Help Query settings Query single-key functions Query two-key functions (see p.

  • Page 55: Security Settings

    Repeat the new base PIN and confirm with [OK]. Note the new base PIN carefully. If you forget your PIN, the device will need to be opened. In this case, contact the Siemens Hotline. Defining authorizations It is possible to set different authorizations for all registered devices: 8QUHVWUL.WHG...

  • Page 56: Emergency Nos

    Two or three emergency numbers (country-specific) are entered at the base Step station. Five additional emergency numbers can be added to the following positions. The first position in the list is assigned the Siemens Hotline for your Gigaset 4070/4075isdn as standard. This preset can be overwritten. Configuring new emergency numbers or *for selection menus.

  • Page 57: Dial Options

    Dial options Step Step Centrex features CENTREX (CTX) is the name of the virtual ISDN PABX. For further information on CENTREX please consult your provider. To allow the full range of features to be used, you can also activate the keypad protocol for switching, in addition to the standard dialling procedures.

  • Page 58: Activating Automatic Ect (explicit Call Transfer)

    Activating automatic ECT (Explicit Call Transfer) Step With some ISDN systems, the original caller and the party called for enquiry Step purposes cannot be connected simply by hanging up. In this case, you must activating this function. Please refer also to the operating instructions for your PABX. or *for selection menus.

  • Page 59: Using The Keypad Protocol

    Using the keypad protocol Step Under CENTREX, the keypad protocol enables additional services from Step other providers to be used, e.g voicemail or announcement services. Contact your provider for more information on keypad control. Activating/deactivating automatic keypad switchover Pressing '*' and '#' automatically switches the system over to the keypad protocol.

  • Page 60: Operation With Other Devices

    Operation with other devices Step Step For information on operation and call number assignment, please refer to „Registering other devices“ on page 18. Registering a Gigaset 3000 Classic handset z{~ <Base No.> [OK]<System Code>[OK] <Press green illuminated key on base station>, <INT No.> Registering the Gigaset 2000S handset Handset (off), press <Base No.>...

  • Page 61: Registering Cordless Gigaset 1000tae

    Registering cordless Gigaset 1000TAE Step The cordless Gigaset 1000TAE allows analog terminals e.g. telephones, fax Step machines or answering machines to be operated cordlessly from your base station. The base station system PIN must be set to “0000” before the device is put into operation, see Change system PIN see page 55.

  • Page 62: Making Calls

    Making calls Step Step Activating/deactivating automatic line seizure With automatic line seizure, the trunk line is seized immediately when the handset is lifted. Normal internal dialling is thus no longer possible. By pressing the [ ] key, however, an internal call can be made by means of an internal enquiry.

  • Page 63: Call Transfer On/before Answer

    Call transfer on/before answer. Step (internal) (internal) Step 4i 4i cd Accepting an entrance telephone call Accepting an entrance telephone call and opening the door ] o [ Making calls with a corded telephone at the TAE connection Dialling internal and external numbers Dialling internal numbers Lift the handset and dial the internal number.

  • Page 64: Internal Collective Call

    Step RU« Step Press this key. This places the first caller on hold. Speak to the second caller. Pressing the R key allows you to toggle between the two callers. Internal collective call If there are several internal subscribers registered at the base station, you can call all of them simultaneously by means of a collective call.

  • Page 65: Internal Enquiry

    Internal enquiry Step You are engaged in an external call. Step Press this key. The external caller is put on hold. Enter the desired internal number. You are connected to the dialled party. Press this key. You are connected to the external party again. The connection to the internal party is terminated.

  • Page 66: Picking Up A Call While The Answering Machine Is Operating

    Picking up a call while the answering machine is operating Step Calls can be picked up even while the answering machine connected to the Step second analog connection is switched on, playing your announcement or recording a message. Once you pick up, the recording process is stopped. Automatic call pickup can be deactivated (see page 51) so that you can make outgoing calls even while the answering machine is switched on.

  • Page 67: Operation With The Entrance Telephone

    Operation with the entrance Step Step telephone Configuring the entrance telephone or *for selection menus. Press Select using [  ] and [OK]: Service Set up Base Set up Settings Set up user Set up device ]: (required internal subscriber 21 or 22) . Select using [ ...

  • Page 68: Activating/deactivating Call Forwarding

    Activating/deactivating call forwarding Step or *for selection menus. Press Step Service Set up Base Set up Settings Set up Select using [  ] and [OK]: user Set up device Select using [  ] and [ ]: (required internal subscriber) . Select using [ ...

  • Page 69: About Your System

    Guarantee Siemens AG offer a 6 month guarantee (Switzerland: 1 year) for this device from the date of purchase from the dealer. Retain your receipt as proof of purchase.

  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Step Step Making calls: Handset “dead”? Charge the batteries (£ see handset operating instructions). Message: “Network section busy”? Public network is overloaded. Try again later. Message: “External lines seized”? Both ISDN lines are already in use. Activate line reservation -> Page 58 . Message: “No Trunk Access”? Set “Unrestricted”...

  • Page 71: Contacts

    Unit compliance with the basic requirements of the terminal directive is confirmed by the CE symbol. We, Siemens AG, declare, that the above mentioned product is manufactured according to our Full Quality Assurance System certified by CETECOM ICT Services GmbH with the registration number "Q810820M" in compliance with ANNEX V of the R&TTE-Directive 99/05/EC.

  • Page 72: Menu Displays

    Menu Displays Step Step Gigaset 3000 Comfort menu Please also refer to the local operating instructions for the Gigaset 3000 Comfort. Overview of displays when is pressed. Settings Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Sound Settings Ringer Volume Ringer Melody Š...

  • Page 73: Device User Options (short Cuts) > Selecting

    Step Hset User Option > dial Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Makro auswählen Start Hset User Option > programmieren Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 New Entry Name < Edit Entry Inhalt s. unten Hset User Option > Inhalt Step 4 Step 5 Step 6...

  • Page 74: Gigaset 4000 Comfort Menu

    Gigaset 4000 Comfort menu Step Please also refer to the local operating instructions for the Gigaset 4000 Step Comfort. Press with the telephone in its standby state Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Family/Fun Room Monitor. Eingabe Walkie-Talkie Eingabe Calendar/Clock Set Appoints.

  • Page 75: Menu Of The Gigaset 4070/4075isdn Base Station

    Menu of the Gigaset 4070/4075isdn base station Step Displays on the Gigaset 3000 and 4000 Comfort handsets Step Gigaset 3000 Comfort Service > Anrufbeantwort. > Select AM, e.g. AM1: AM 91( Gigaset 4000 Comfort Select AM > Select AM, e.g. AM1: AM 91 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3...

  • Page 76: Service Or Basis Einstellen > Status

    Gigaset 3000 Comfort Service > Anrufbeantwort. > Select AM, e.g. Step AM1: AM 91( Step Gigaset 4000 Comfort Select AM > Select AM, e.g. AM1: AM 91 Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Settings Message/Memo Message length 1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Maximum...

  • Page 77: Service Or Basis Einstellen > Anruferliste

    Step Service Set Up bzw. Base Settings > Missed calls Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Š Missed calls Rufnummer Dial number NET list/No.from provider Copy to dir. Change number Delete entry Display entry Service Set Up bzw. Base Settings > Call preparat. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3...

  • Page 78: Service Or Basis Einstellen > Nachtschaltung

    Service Set Up bzw. Base Settings > Night service Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step MSN1 xy... Activate? Deactivate? usw. Forward. dest. External Dest.call no. Internal INT11:Internal11* Answering mach. AM1: AB 91 AM2: AB 92 AM3: AB 93 Start time: HH:MM Save entry...

  • Page 79: Service Or Basis Einstellen > Einstellungen > System-einstell

    Service Set Up bzw. Base Settings > Settings > System settings Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step Music on hold Internal External * <= Date/time Set time Day: Save entry Month: Cancel Year: Hour: Minute: 24 hours =Š =Š 12 hours...

  • Page 80: Service Or Basis Einstellen > Einstellungen > Isdn-einstell

    Service Set Up bzw. Base Settings > Settings > ISDN settings Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step Set up MSN MSN x Edit entry <Name> Ringer melody Ringer melody: x Delete entry Display entry Name * =Š Withhold no.

  • Page 81: Isdn Glossary

    ISDN Glossary Access classes Permitted connections (e.g. internal only, incoming or unrestricted call access) are defined on the terminals of a telephone system. Access levels Different levels of access can be assigned to different users on your base station telephone. For example, user A may only be allowed to take incoming calls, whereas user B may also make outgoing calls without any restrictions.

  • Page 82

    There are three types of call forwarding: immediate (CFU, Call Forwarding Unconditional), on busy (CFB, Call Forwarding Busy) and on no reply (CFNR, Call Forwarding No Reply). Call forwarding (via the second B-channel)/internal call forwarding Whereas external call forwarding takes place in the provider's local exchange, internal call forwarding takes place at your telephone.

  • Page 83

    Channel An ISDN line, like an analogue telephone line, has two cables running into your house but a distinction is made in ISDN between the two logical user channels, known as the B-channels (which have nothing to do with the physical cables) and the control channel, known as the D-channel.

  • Page 84

    En-bloc dialling Also known as advance dialling. You can key in the number you wish to call and make any necessary corrections. Then you can lift the handset or press the speaker key. Enhanced line ISDN line that offers three features more than the standard line: call deflection, advice of charge at the end of the call and T-Netbox.

  • Page 85

    Keypad The keypad supports special function keys such as the star key (*) and the hash key (#). These can be used with the appropriate codes to access various functions offered by your provider (such as #4711*). Lock function/PIN A code protects your telephone against unauthorised use. By entering single-digit or multi-digit lock numbers you can prevent certain numbers or groups of numbers from being dialled.

  • Page 86

    Outgoing MSN freely selectable This is a feature which enables you to determine which MSN is to be used for the subsequent call. This is important not only for call number display on the called party's phone but also for calculating call charges. Call costs, which can be coded by MSN free of charge on the provider's bill, are assigned to the MSN that was used to make the appropriate call.

  • Page 87

    Four-wire cabling for the ISDN line. It provides two B-channels and one D- channel. Up to twelve ISDN sockets can be connected to it, on which a maximum of eight terminals can be operated simultaneously. Standard line ISDN line with a series of features such as call waiting, three-party conference and callback on busy.

  • Page 88

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  • Page 89: Index

    Index Call forwarding 35, 37 Call Forwarding (CF) 81 Call Hold 38 Call number withhold 39 Call preparation 39 Callback 38 Access code 57 Calling line identification restriction Access levels 55 (CLIR) 39 Activate automatic call transfer 58 Care 69 All memos 48 CCNR 37 All messages 48...

  • Page 90

    Entering numbers 33 internal collective call 64 Entrance telephone 67 talking to two parties 64 External call forwarding 36 toggling 65 External/internal enquiry set 26 Medical equipment II Memos 47 Menu Gigaset 3000 Comfort 72 Factory setting 29 Gigaset 3070/3075isdn 75 Fax machines 61 Menu Displays 72 Forw.entr.tel.

  • Page 91

    Telephone directory entries copying 42 Time control 50 Toggling 32 Safety precautions II Tracing switch 41 Service 71 Troubleshooting 70 Siemens telephone service 71 Type of connection 22 Softkey symbols V Softkeys VI Status query 29 Voice output 49 System PIN 55...

  • Page 92

    Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich A3 1 0 0 8 - G4 0 3 5 - B0 0 2 - 1 - 1 9 © Siemens AG 2001 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Right of modification reserved. Printed in Germany (04/2001).

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