Siemens Gigaset A580
The Gigaset A580 IP offers two ways to call your friends and family all over the world; with dual mode functionality you can easily switch between internet and fixed-line calls at the touch of a button. Even with your PC turned off, you can enjoy the convenience of internet calls in exceptional sound quality thanks to HDSP technology. The Gigaset A580 IP is multi-line so you are free to register up to 6 handsets for 6 SIP accounts from different providers and make up to 3 calls in parallel: 2 Vo... Read more
Part Numbers: GIGASET A580 IP, GIGASET-A580IP, GIGASETA580IP, Gigaset-A580IP, gigaset-a580ip
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User reviews and opinions
|drewrealm||4:36pm on Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010|
|Great value IP phone Apart from being a great full featured dect phone with good sound quality and a host of features this is a really great VOIP phon... Gigaset A580 IP pro, cons and setup woes I was using a Lynksys PAP2T voip adapter with 2 corded phone + 1 cordless phone on a standard phone line.|
|Pokéron||8:08pm on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|Good Sound Quality - User Interface needs work I am reasonably technical and run a VOIP PBX for our small business with several different providers.|
|shorici||9:17pm on Saturday, May 8th, 2010|
|Reception is fantastic even on calls to Australia via the Internet. General appearance is very attractive .|
|Jim Pace||11:23am on Thursday, May 6th, 2010|
|Versatile value for money I bought two of these phones for my sons to use while at University. Great item, working well on Sipgate and saving me money. Well.|
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Read the safety precautions and the user guide on the CD before use. Explain their content and the potential hazards associated with using the telephone to your children.
> Only use the mains adapters supplied, as indicated on the underside of the base station or charging cradle. > Only use the recommended, rechargeable batteries, i.e. never use a conventional (non-rechargeable)
battery or other battery types as this could result in significant health risks and personal injury. For example, the outer casing of the batteries could be damaged or the batteries could explode. The phone could also malfunction or be damaged as a result of using batteries that are not of the recommended type. Insert rechargeable batteries with the correct polarity, and use them in accordance with the user guide (polarity symbols are displayed in or on the handset's battery compartment). Batteries should not be disposed of in general household waste. Observe the local waste disposal regulations, details of which can be obtained from your local authority or the dealer you purchased the product from. The operation of medical appliances may be affected. Be aware of the technical conditions in your particular environment, e.g. doctor's surgery. Do not hold the rear of the handset to your ear when it is ringing or when the handsfree function is activated. Otherwise you risk serious and permanent damage to your hearing. The handset may cause an unpleasant humming noise in hearing aids. Do not install the base station or charging cradle in bathrooms or shower rooms. The handset, base station and charging cradle are not splashproof. The charging cradle and base station are designed for use in enclosed dry rooms with a temperature range of +5C to +45C. Do not use the phone in environments with a potential explosion hazard, e.g. paint shops. Never expose the telephone to any of the following: heat sources, direct sunlight or other electrical appliances. Protect your Gigaset from moisture, dust, corrosive liquids and vapours. If you give your Gigaset to someone else, make sure you also give them the user guide. Please remove faulty base stations from use or have them repaired by our Service Centre, as they could interfere with other wireless services. All electrical and electronic equipment must be disposed of separately from general household waste using the sites designated by local authorities. If a product displays this symbol of a crossed-out rubbish bin, the product is subject to European Directive 2002/96/EC. The appropriate disposal and separate collection of used equipment serve to prevent potential harm to the environment and to health. They are a precondition for the re-use and recycling of used electrical and electronic equipment. For further information on disposing of your used equipment, please contact your local authority, your refuse collection service or the dealer you purchased the product from.
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When the keypad lock is active, you cannot call emergency numbers.
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Gigaset A580 IP base station Mains adapter for connecting the base station to the mains power supply Phone cord for connecting the base station to the fixed line network Ethernet (LAN) cable for connecting the base station to the router (LAN/Internet) Gigaset A58H handset Two batteries for the handset (uncharged) Battery compartment cover for the handset Handset charging cradle Mains adapter for connecting the charging cradle to the mains power supply CD with the user guide for your Gigaset. If the firmware for your base station is updated, the user guide will also be updated and made available for download on the Internet at www.gigaset.com.
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Keys and functions on the handset
Display keys Start function displayed to the left or right of the bottom display line
Press up: handsfree key d Switch between earpiece and handsfree mode (key lights up)
Press down: talk key c After entering number: start dialling via VoIP/fixed line network (press briefly/press and hold); accept call Control key: Press up: Set call volume, ringer and advisory tones Press down: Open directory Press up/down: Navigate menus and text Press up: message key f Open calls and messages lists; Flashes: new message/new call or New base station firmware/new provider profile available Press down: end call, on/off key a End call, cancel function (press briefly) Return to idle status (press and hold) Switch handset on/off (press and hold) Fast access key (press and hold): Messages on the network mailbox * key: Ringer on/off (press and hold) # key: Keypad lock on/off (press and hold) Recall/pause key (fixed line network) Open internal list
* # S k
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Preparing the handset: inserting the batteries Connecting the charging cradle to the mains power supply and charging the batteries Connecting the phone cord and power lead to the base station Connecting the base station to the fixed line network and the mains power supply To connect the base station to the Internet, first connect the base station to the router (connection via router and modem or via router with integrated modem) PC in LAN (optional) for advanced configuration of the Gigaset A580 IP base station
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Preparing the handset
Inserting the supplied batteries and closing the battery cover
> Check the polarity when inserting the batteries
(see symbols in or on the battery compartment).
> Only use the recommended rechargeable
batteries. Once the batteries have been inserted, the handset switches on automatically. A Insert the battery compartment cover into the notches at the top of the battery compartment. Then press the battery compartment cover until it clicks into place.
> The display is protected by a plastic film. Please remove the protective film!
Connecting the charging cradle and charging the batteries
> Observe the
sequence (A, B)!
> Place the handset in the charging cradle and
wait until the batteries are fully charged.
> Do not put the handset back in the charging
cradle until the batteries are fully discharged through use.
> After the first battery charge and discharge,
you may place your handset in the charging cradle after every call.
> The battery charging status is displayed in
the idle display: = e V U (flat to full).
Connecting the base station
Connecting the phone cord and power lead to the base station
A Insert the phone cord into the lower connection socket at the rear of the base station. Insert the power lead of the mains adapter into the upper connection socket at the rear of the base station. Insert both cables into their respective cable recesses.
Only use the supplied phone cord and the supplied mains adapter.
Connecting the base station to the fixed line network and mains power supply
Insert the phone cord into the fixed line network connection socket. Then insert the mains adapter into the mains socket.
Keep the mains adapter plugged in at all times for operation, as the phone does not work without a mains connection.
You can now use your phone to make calls via the fixed line network: Enter the number using the handset, and then press and hold the talk key c. Version 4, 16.09.2005
Connecting the base station with the router (Internet)
A Connect one Ethernet cable plug to the LAN socket at the side of the base station. Insert the second Ethernet cable plug into a LAN socket on the router.
Use the Ethernet cable supplied.
As soon as the cable connecting the phone and router is plugged in and the router is switched on, the key lights up on the front of the base station (paging key).
Connecting the PC to the router (optional)
You can change the settings on the phone's base station using a PC connected to your phone via the router.
> Connect the PC network connection to a free LAN socket on your router. > The procedure below requires that your phone is automatically assigned an IP address by
the router (i.e. DHCP is enabled on router and phone). In exceptional cases (e.g. if DHCP is not enabled on the router) you will have to assign a static IP address to the base station for LAN access. You must enter this IP address on the handset before carrying out the following steps. Further information can be found in the user guide on the enclosed CD. The following handset menu can be used to make the entry: Menu m Settings Base Local Network (enter system PIN)
> IP should be set as the default line for your phone (default setting). You will then immediVersion 4, 16.09.2005 ately receive corresponding messages if a connection to the provider's VoIP server cannot be established due to incorrect/incomplete data.
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Saving VoIP access data
Instead of using the following procedure, you can also enter the VoIP access data using your PC (steps 7 to 11 ):
> Launch the Web browser on your PC. > Enter the URL http://www.Gigaset-config.com in the address field of the Web browser and
press the return key. You are connected to your base station's Web configurator. You can find a description of the Web configurator in the user guide on the enclosed CD.
Precondition for the following steps:
Before you can use VoIP to phone any other subscribers on the Internet, the fixed line network or the mobile phone network, you need a VoIP account.
> Set up a VoIP account with a VoIP provider. > Have the VoIP account data you received from your VoIP provider to hand.
You will need:
> Your registration name (login ID), your password and, if applicable (provider-dependent), a user
name (often this is your VoIP phone number). Or
> Your personal auto-configuration code (activation code), if your provider supports "automatic
Starting the configuration process
When your handset is sufficiently charged (approx. 20 minutes after you have placed it in the charging cradle), the message key f on the handset flashes.
> Press the message key f on the handset.
If "Update firmware?" is shown in the display, an updated firmware is already available on the Internet for your phone. Press the right-hand display key Yes. The new firmware is loaded. The process takes approx. 3 minutes. The message key f will now flash again.
> Press the message key f to start configuration.
Starting the connection assistant, entering the PIN
Start VoIP connection wizard? No Yes System PIN: [____]
> Press the key below Yes on the display (=
right display key).
> Using the number keys, enter the base
station's system PIN. By default, the PIN is "0000".
> Press the right-hand display key OK.
If the connection assistant does not start properly, you can start it via the menu: Menu m Settings Base Telephony Connection Assistant
Provided that your phone is set for auto-configuration (default setting), you will see the following display. Otherwise go to 10.
If you have received an autoconfiguration code:
Do you have a code for auto configuration? No Yes
> Press the right-hand display key Yes.
If you have received a registration name/password and, if applicable, a user name:
> Press the left-hand display
> For more information,
9 Entering an auto-configuration code
> Enter your auto-configuration code using the keypad (max. 32 characters).
All data necessary for VoIP telephony is loaded directly from the Internet to your phone. Following successful download, Saved is shown in the display. Proceed as described under 12.
Selecting a provider and loading provider data to the base station
Select provider is displayed briefly in the display. A list of providers is loaded and the first provider is shown in the display.
Select country is displayed briefly in the display. A list of countries is loaded and the first country in the list is shown in the display.
Provider 1 OK
> Press the bottom of the control key
repeatedly, until your country is displayed.
repeatedly, until your provider is displayed.
> Press the display key OK.
If your provider does not appear in the list, you have the following options:
> Press the left display key twice and continue as described in 11. However, you can only > Exit the connection assistant by holding the end call key a and entering the provider and
VoIP account details via the Web configurator. make a call via VoIP once you have completed the provider details using the Web configurator. Your VoIP provider will supply you with this data.
You will find more detailed information about this in the user guide on the enclosed CD.
Entering VoIP account data
If your VoIP provider does not require a username, this step can be skipped.
> Using the number keys, enter your username (user ID)
that you received from your VoIP provider. This entry is case-sensitive.
> Press the right-hand display key OK. > To switch between upper and lower case and digits, press the # key (several times if nec> Characters entered incorrectly can be deleted using the left display key X. The character to > You can navigate within the input field using the control key p (press up/down).
the left of the cursor will be deleted. essary).
> Using the number keys, enter your
authentication name (user ID). This entry is case-sensitive.
authentication password. This entry is case-sensitive.
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12 Completing and testing VoIP settings
The handset switches to idle status. The idle display status is displayed.
If all the settings are correct and if the phone can establish a connection to the VoIP server, the internal name of the handset will be displayed: (example)
INT 1 INT Menu
You can now use your phone to make calls via the fixed line network and the Internet! Callers can contact you on your fixed line network number, your Gigaset.net number or your VoIP number!
To ensure that you can always be reached via the Internet, the router must be permanently connected to the Internet.
Testing your VoIP connection
If a message is displayed when you are trying to make a call via VoIP, you can check the base station's connection to the Internet by e.g. calling the Gigaset.net echo service:
> Enter one of the following phone numbers:
12341#9 (English) 12344#9 (French) 12342#9 (Dutch) 12345#9 (German) 12343#9 (Italian) 12346#9 (Spanish)
> Press the talk key c.
> When prompted, speak into the microphone on the handset.
If you hear your own voice, your base station is connected to the Internet. If you do not hear your voice, check your phone and router settings. In the user guide on the enclosed CD, you will find detailed information about setting up and operating your phone, as well as possible solutions to frequently asked questions and common problems.
Gigaset.net directory entry
Entering your name in the Gigaset.net directory
Gigaset.net* is a VoIP service provided by Gigaset Communications GmbH, which you can use to make free calls to other Gigaset VoIP users. The first time you open the Gigaset.net directory, complete the following steps and an entry will be created in the Gigaset.net directory for you.
> Press down on the control key p to open the handset directory. > Press the green talk key c.
> Press down on the control key p repeatedly until Gigaset.net is selected.
A connection to the Gigaset.net online directory is established. You will see the following display:
Start Gigaset.net wizard? No Yes Your nickname: 1happyuser
> Using the number keys, enter the name
that you would like to be listed under in the Gigaset.net directory.
If an entry already exists with this name, the message "Please choose another name." will appear. You will be prompted to enter a name again. If an entry in the Gigaset.net directory is successful, the message "Name added to Gigaset.net" will be shown.
*. Exclusion of liability Gigaset.net is a voluntary service provided by Gigaset Communications GmbH with no liability or guarantee for the availability of the network. This service can be terminated at any time with a notice period of three months.
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> Enter a phone number using your handset's number keys. > Briefly press the talk key c if you want to make a call via VoIP.
Please note that, even with local calls, you must always dial the area code for calls via VoIP (provider-dependent).
> Press and hold the talk key c if you want to make a call via the fixed line network.
is displayed if you are making a call via VoIP. is displayed if you are making a call via the fixed line network.
An icon in the top right of the display tells you what line you are using for the call:
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Service (Customer Care)
You can get assistance easily when you have technical questions or questions about how to use your device by using our online support service on the Internet at: www.gigaset.com/customercare This site can be accessed at any time wherever you are. It will give you 24/7 support for all our products. It also a list of FAQs and answers plus user guides for you to download. You will also find frequently asked questions and answers in the Questions and Answers section of this user guide in the appendix. If the device needs to be repaired, please contact one of our Customer Care Centers: Australia. 878 Austria. Bahrain. 173 Belgium.79 Bosnia Herzegovina.649 Brazil. Grande Capitais e Regies Metropolitanas:. Demais localidades:. 3020 Bulgaria. Canada. 1-866 247-8758 China.6007 (RMB 0.11) Croatia. 555 (0,23 Kn) Czech Republic.727 (1,40 K) Denmark. +45 (0) Finland. +358 (0) 425 France. +cot dun appel national Germany. 222 Der Anruf kostet Sie aus den deutschen Festnetzen 0,14 pro Minute. Die Preise fr Anrufe aus den deutschen Mobilfunknetzen knnen hiervon abweichen; ab dem 1.3.2010 betragen sie hchstens 0,42 pro Minute. Greece. 801-(0,026 ) Hong Kong. 2763 0203. Hungary.44 (27 Ft) India.Please refer to your. local warranty card Indonesia.(62-21) 5673813. (62-21) 888856000 Ireland. 77 Italy. 18.104.22.168 (0,10 ) Jordan. 5625460/1/2 Kuwait. 00965-2464993 Lebanon. 00961-1236110 Luxembourg. +3811 Malaysia. +603-Malta.+46789 (0,10 ) Mexico.4442738 (GIGASET) Netherlands. 0900-3333102 (0,25 /min.) New Zealand. 878 Norway. Oman. 281 Poland.Portugal. (351) 223 Romania. +Russia. 7 (495) Serbia. 111 Singapore. Slovak Republic. 66 (4,428 sk) Slovenija. 36 South Africa. +Spain. Sweden.11 Switzerland. 000 Taiwan. 24343 Turkey. Ukraine. +380-44-451-71-72 United Arab Emirates. 86 United Kingdom. USA. 1-866 247-8758 Vietnam. 416
Please address any questions about DSL access and VoIP access to the respective service provider. Please have your record of purchase ready when calling. Replacement or repair services are not offered in countries where our product is not sold by authorised dealers.
This device is intended for analogue phone lines in your network. Voice over IP telephony is possible with an additional modem via the LAN interface. Country-specific requirements have been taken into consideration. We, Gigaset Communications GmbH, declare that this device meets the essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the 1999/5/EC Declaration of Conformity is available at this Internet address: http://www.gigaset.com/docs.
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Issued by Gigaset Communications GmbH Frankenstr. 2a, D-46395 Bocholt Manufactured by Gigaset Communications GmbH under trademark license of Siemens AG. As of 1 Oct. 2011 Gigaset products bearing the trademark "Siemens" will exclusively use the trademark "Gigaset". Gigaset Communications GmbH 2010 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved.
numbers via the keypad, e.g. Q M
5 for 07:15 am. If necessary, use the Control key to toggle between fields. Press the key below am/pm on the display screen to choose between am and pm. Press the key below OK on the display screen to confirm your selection.
The display shows Saved. You will hear a confirmation tone.
Press and hold the End Call key a to
return to the idle status.
Registering the handset to the base station
Your handset is registered to the base station by default. For information on registering additional handsets with the base station and make free internal calls, Page 71. Version 8, 03.09.2008
Installing the base station
The base station is designed for use in closed, dry rooms with a temperature range of +41F to +113F. Set up the base station at a central location on a flat, non-slip surface in your house or apartment. Please note Consider the range of the base station. This is up to 328 yards in unobstructed outdoor areas and up to 54 yards inside buildings. The range is reduced when eco mode is activated ( Page 69). The phone's feet do not usually leave any marks on surfaces. However, due to the multitude of different varnishes and polishes used on today's furnishings, the occurrence of marks on the surfaces cannot be completely ruled out. For information on mounting the base station on the wall, Page 195.
u Never expose the telephone to any of the following: heat sources, direct sun-
light or other electrical appliances.
u Protect your Gigaset from moisture, dust, corrosive liquids and fumes.
Connecting the base station
To make calls with your phone via the fixed line network and via VoIP, you must connect the base station to the fixed line network and the Internet, Figure 1.
Figure 1 Connecting the phone to the fixed line network and the Internet
Follow the steps in the order given below ( Figure 1): 1 Connect the phone cord and power lead to the base station. 2 Connect the base station to the fixed line network and the electrical power supply. 3 To connect the base station to the Internet, first connect the base station to the router (connection via router and modem or via router with integrated modem). 4 Connect the PC and router (optional) for advanced configuration of the base station ( Page 97).
1. Connect the phone cord and power lead to the base station
1 Insert the phone cord into the lower connection socket at the rear of the base
2 Insert the power lead of the power adapter into the upper connection socket at
the rear of the base station. 3 Push both cables into the appropriate cable channels.
2. Connect the base station to the fixed line network and the electrical power supply
1 Insert the phone cord into the fixed line network connection socket.
2 Then insert the power adapter into the electrical socket.
First steps Warning
u Keep the power adapter plugged in at all times for operation, as the phone
does not work without an electrical power connection.
u Use only the power adapter and phone cord supplied. Pin connections on tel-
ephone cords can vary (pin connections Page 154).
You can now use your phone to make calls via the fixed line network and can be reached on your fixed line number.
3. Connect the base station with the router (Internet)
For Internet access you need a router connected to the Internet via a modem (this may be integrated in the router).
1 Connect an Ethernet cable plug into the LAN port at the side of the base station. 2 Then insert the other end of the Ethernet cable plug into a LAN port on the rout-
er. As soon as the cable connecting the phone and router is plugged in and the router is activated, the key lights up on the front of the base station (Paging key).
You are now ready to establish VoIP connections within Gigaset.net ( Page 46).
Making settings for VoIP telephony
Before you can use the Internet (VoIP) to phone any other numbers on the Internet, the fixed line network or the cellular phone network, you need the services of a VoIP provider who supports the VoIP SIP standard. Prerequisite: You have registered with such a VoIP provider (e.g. via your PC) and set up at least one VoIP account. To use VoIP, you need to enter the access data for your VoIP account. You will receive all the necessary data from your VoIP provider. This will include: u Your user name (if requested by the VoIP provider) is the user identification (Caller ID) for your account, which is often identical to your phone number u Your authentication name or login ID u The (login) password registered with the VoIP provider u General settings for your VoIP provider (server addresses, etc.) Your phone connection wizard can help you make these entries.
Icons on the idle display
The following is displayed: u the internal number, e.g. INT 1. u the quality of the reception signal between base station and handset (signal strength): poor to good: i no reception: | flashes u battery charge status: = e V U (empty to full) = flashes: batteries almost empty e V U flashes: charging procedure
No connection to the Internet/VoIP server
If one of the following messages is displayed instead of the internal name after the connection wizard is closed, errors have occurred: u Server not accessible! u SIP registration failed Below you will find possible causes and measures you can take.
Server not accessible!
The phone has no connection to the Internet. Check the cable connections between the base station and the router (the LED on the base station must light up) and the connection between the router and the Internet connection. Verify that the phone is connected to the LAN. It may not have been possible to dynamically assign an IP address to the phone or You have assigned a static IP address to the phone that has either already been assigned to another LAN subscriber or does not belong to the router's address block. Press the Paging key on the base station. The IP address appears on the handset display. Press the Talk key on the handset to end paging call. Start the Web configurator with the IP address. If no connection can be established, change the settings on the router (activate DHCP server) or the phone's IP address.
SIP registration failed
u Your personal data for registering with the VoIP provider may have been entered
incompletely or incorrectly. Check your entries for Username, Authentication Name and Authentication Password. Particularly check your use of upper and lower case. To do this, open the following menu on your handset: Menu Settings Base Telephony VoIP (enter system PIN) ( Page 91) u The server address for the VoIP server has not yet been entered, or has been entered incorrectly. Start the Web configurator. Open the following Web page: Settings Telephony Connections. Click the Edit button next to the first VoIP connection. Edit the server address where necessary. Please note If port forwarding is activated on your router for the ports ( Page 130) that have been registered as the SIP and RTP ports, we recommend to deactivate DHCP and assign the phone a static IP address (otherwise you may not be able to hear the other party during VoIP calls): u Assign an IP address via the handset menu: Menu Settings Base Local Network Or u Assign an IP address via the Web configurator: Open the following Web page: Settings IP Configuration. Select IP address type. Please note that the IP address and subnet mask depend on the router's address block. You must also enter the default gateway and DNS server. The IP address for the router is generally entered here.
u The number of the connection you have reached (or the assigned name) will
also be displayed instead of the called number during toggling, conference calls and consultation calls. u When the phone number is copied to the directory (Menu Copy to phonebook) and the Last Number Redial list, the dialed number (not the displayed number) is copied.
Using speaker mode
In speaker mode, instead of holding the handset to your ear you can put it down, for example on the table in front of you. This allows others to participate in the call.
Activating/deactivating speaker mode
Activating while dialing
~d Enter number and briefly press/press and hold the Speaker key to select the connection type ( Page 38). Inform your caller before you use the speaker function so that they know someone else may be listening.
Switching between earpiece and speaker mode
Press the Speaker key d to activate or deactivate the speaker during a call and
when listening to the answering machine. If you wish to place the handset in the charging cradle during a call: Press and hold the Speaker key d while placing the handset in the charging cradle. If the Speaker key d does not light up, press the key again. For instructions on adjusting the handset volume, see Page 81. 44
Muting the handset
You can deactivate the microphone in your handset during an external call. The other party will hear music on hold, if activated ( Page 87). k Press the Display key to mute the handset. / a Press the Display or the End Call key, to reactivate the microphone.
Deactivating your handset's microphone
You can deactivate your handset's microphone during an external call (including during a conference or when toggling). The other party can no longer hear you, but you can still hear them. Mute Press the Display key to mute the handset. Your handset's microphone is deactivated. Im"Microphone is turned off." appears in the display. On Press the Display key to switch the microphone back on. Please note Under the following circumstances, the microphone is automatically reactivated: u If, during an external call (you have deactivated the microphone), you establish a second connection, either by accepting a waiting call or by successfully connecting to an external/internal consultation call, the microphone is activated. If you go back to the first party, the microphone remains activated. (If you reject a waiting call or are unable to connect to a consultation call, the microphone remains deactivated.) u If you have deactivated the microphone during call swapping, it is reactivated for both connections as soon as you swap to the other party. u If you have deactivated the microphone during a conference call, the microphone is reactivated when you end the conference call by pressing Menu End Conference (call swap).
u If several handsets are registered on your base station, you can simultaneously
make two calls via the Internet and one via the fixed line network. Up to two additional internal connections are also possible. u Selecting the connection via the Talk key ( Page 38) is not supported on GAP handsets. This means that if you enter a number without a line suffix and without defining a dialing plan for the phone number it will be dialed via the default connection ( Page 87). u After registration, all the phone numbers for the phone will be assigned to the handset as receive numbers. It will use the fixed line network number and the first VoIP number in the configuration as send numbers. For information on changing the assignments, Page 122.
Registering another Gigaset A58H handset on the Gigaset A580 IP
Before you can use your handset, you must register it to the base station. You must initiate handset registration on the handset and on the base station. The handset will return to idle status if registration was successful. The handset's internal name is shown in the display, e.g. INT 1. If it does not appear, repeat the procedure. Registration can take up to one minute. and press OK. Enter the system PIN of the base station (the default is 0000) and press OK. Handset is registering flashes on the display. Within the next 60 seconds press and hold (for approx. 3 seconds) the Registration/Paging key ( Page 2) on the base station. The handset is assigned the lowest available internal number (1-6). The internal number appears in the display after registration, e.g. INT 2. This means that the internal number 2 has been assigned to the handset. Version 8, 03.09.2008
On the handset: Select Menu Settings Handset Register Handset
Using multiples handsets Please note If six handsets are already registered to the base station, there are two options: u The handset with the internal number 6 is in idle status: the handset you wish to register is assigned the number 6. The handset that was previously number 6 is de-registered. u The handset with the internal number 6 is being used: the handset you wish to register cannot be registered.
Registering other handsets on the Gigaset A580 IP
You can register other Gigaset handsets and handsets for other devices with GAP functionality as follows. Start the registration procedure on the handset in accordance with the handset's operating instructions. Press and hold (for approx. 3 seconds) the Registration/Paging key ( Page 2) on the base station.
You can de-register any registered handset from any registered Gigaset A58H handset. Open list of internal participants. The handset which you are using is marked with <. q Select the handset to be de-registered. Menu Press the Display key. De-register Handset Select and press OK. ~ Enter the system PIN of the base station (the default is 0000) and press OK. De-register handset? Press OK, to confirm the prompt. a Press and hold (idle status). The handset is de-registered immediately, even if it is not in idle status.
Locating a handset ("paging")
You can locate your handset using the base station. Briefly press the Registration/Paging key on the base station ( Page 2). All handsets will ring simultaneously ("paging"), even if ringer melodies are switched off. The current (local) IP address for the base station appears in the handset displays. Example:
Briefly press the Registration/Paging key on the base station ( Page 2). Press the Talk key c or End Call key a on any handset. Do not press any key on the base station or handset:
Please note Or After approx. 30 seconds, the paging call will end automatically.
u An incoming external call will not interrupt the paging process. u If there is an internal connection between the two handsets, paging is not pos-
Changing a handset's internal number
A handset is automatically assigned the lowest free number when it is registered. In the list of internal participants, the handsets are sorted according to their internal number. You can change the internal number of all registered handsets (16). The numbers 1-6 can only be assigned once each. k Open the list of registered handsets. Menu Press the Display key. Edit Handset Number Select and press OK. q Select handset. ~ Enter the new internal number (16). The handset's old number is overwritten. q~ If necessary, select another handset and change its number. Version 8, 03.09.2008
Using multiples handsets After all the changes are completed: OK Press the Display key to save the input. a Press and hold (idle status). You will hear the error tone if an internal number has been assigned twice. Repeat the procedure with a free number.
Changing the name of a handset
The names "INT 1", "INT 2", etc. are assigned automatically on registration. You can change these names. The changed name is displayed in every handset's list. k Open the list of registered handsets. q Select handset. Menu Press the Display key. Change Handset Name Select and press OK. The handset's current name is displayed. X Delete the old name if necessary. ~ Enter new name (maximum 10 characters) and press OK. a Press and hold (idle status). Please note If you delete the current handset name with X and then press OK without entering a new name, the handset will automatically be assigned the default name "INT x" (x= internal number).
Making internal calls
Internal calls to other handsets registered on the same base station are free.
Calling a specific handset
k s c Or: k ~ Open the list of registered handsets. Select handset. Press the Talk key. Open the list of registered handsets. Enter the internal handset number (16).
Setting the phone with the PC Please note After the first download of the VoIP provider settings, your phone will check daily whether a newer version of the file for your VoIP provider is available via the Internet on the Gigaset configuration server ( Page 91).
Area: Personal Provider Data
Enter the configuration data that is necessary for accessing your VoIP provider's SIP service. This data can be obtained from your VoIP provider. The field names in this area (Authentication Name, etc.) listed in the following are standard names and may change. If you have already downloaded the provider's general details ("Select VoIP Provider" button, see above), field entries will be replaced by provider-specific names to facilitate orientation (e.g. SIP-ID instead of Authentication Name). Authentication Name Specify the registration or authentication ID agreed with your VoIP provider (maximum 32 digits). The registration ID serves as the access ID that your phone must specify when registering with the SIP proxy/registrar server. The Authentication Name is usually identical to the Username, i.e. to your Internet phone number. Authentication password Enter the password that you have agreed with your VoIP provider in the Authentication password field (maximum 32 characters). The phone needs the password when registering with the SIP proxy/registrar server. Username Enter the caller ID for your VoIP provider account (maximum 32 characters). This ID is usually identical to the first part of your SIP address (URI, your Internet phone number). Example Example: If your SIP address is "firstname.lastname@example.org", enter "987654321" as the Username. Display name (optional) Enter any name that should be shown in the other caller's display when you call them via the Internet (example: Anna Sand). All characters in the UTF8 character set (Unicode) are permitted. The name must not exceed 32 characters. If you do not enter a name, your Username or your VoIP phone number is displayed. Ask your VoIP provider if this feature is supported.
Area: General Provider Data
If you have downloaded the general settings for the VoIP provider from the Gigaset configuration server ( Page 109), then the fields in this area will be preset with the data from the download. Generally, you do not need to configure any settings in this area. Domain Specify the last part of your SIP address (URI) here (maximum 74 characters). Example For the SIP address "email@example.com", enter "provider.com" in Domain. Proxy server address The SIP proxy is your VoIP provider's gateway server. Enter the IP address or the (fully-qualified) DNS name of your SIP proxy server (maximum 74 characters). Example: myprovider.com. Proxy server port Enter the number of the communication port that the SIP proxy uses to send and receive signaling data (SIP port). Port 5060 is used by most VoIP providers. Registrar server Enter the (fully-qualified) DNS name or the IP address of the registrar server (maximum 74 characters). The registrar is needed when the phone is registered. It assigns the public IP address/port number to your SIP address (Username@Domain) used by the phone to log in. With most VoIP providers, the registrar server is identical to the SIP server. Example: reg.myprovider.com. Registrar server port Enter the communication port used in the registrar. Usually, port 5060 is used. Registration refresh time Enter the time intervals at which the phone should repeat the registration with the VoIP server (SIP proxy) (a request will be sent to establish a session). The repeat is required so that the entry of the phone in the tables of the SIP proxy is retained and the phone can therefore be reached. The repeat will be carried out for all activated VoIP phone numbers. The default is 180 seconds. If you enter 0 seconds, the registration will not be repeated periodically.
Open the following Web page: Settings Telephony Number Assign-
Select the phone numbers for each handset (fixed line network, VoIP) that are to
Version 8, 03.09.2008 be assigned to the handset as receive numbers. To do this, click the option following the phone number in the for incoming calls column. Every handset can be assigned several phone numbers or no phone number ( = assigned). Select Set to save your settings.
Setting the phone with the PC Please note
u If a VoIP phone number that has been assigned to a handset as a send number
is deleted, the handset will automatically be assigned the first configured VoIP phone number. u Calls made to a number that is not assigned to a handset as a receive number will not be signaled on any handset. u If you have not assigned receive numbers to any of the handsets, calls to all connections will be signaled on all handsets.
Activating Call Forwarding for VoIP connections
You can forward calls to your VoIP numbers and to your Gigaset.net number. You can forward calls to your VoIP numbers to any external number (VoIP, fixed line or mobile network number). The forwarding is done via a VoIP connection. You can forward calls to your Gigaset.net number within the Gigaset.net, i.e. to another Gigaset.net number. You can define if and when calls to your Gigaset.net number and some of your VoIP numbers (VoIP account) should be forwarded to this VoIP number. You can also use the handset to set and activate/deactivate call forwarding, Page 53. Open the following Web page: Settings Telephony Call Forwarding. The display shows a list of all your configured VoIP connections and your Gigaset.net number. Connections Select the name you have assigned to the VoIP number, or select Gigaset.net. When Select when a call to this VoIP number should be forwarded: When busy / No reply / Always. Select Off to deactivate call forwarding.
Call number Enter the phone number to which the calls should be forwarded. Please note that you may have to enter the area code when forwarding to a fixed line network number in the same area (depending on your VoIP provider and the setting for the automatic area code Page 124). The settings only affect the phone number selected in Connections.
Entering your own area code, activating/deactivating an automatic area code for VoIP
On the base station, save the complete code (with international code) for the area in which you are using the phone. For VoIP calls you must generally always dial the area code even for local calls. You can save the need to dial the area code for local calls by setting your phone to prefix this code for all VoIP calls made in the same local area ( Predial area code for local calls through VoIP option). For calls made via VoIP, the area code entered is then prefixed to all numbers that do not start with 0 even when dialing numbers from the directory and other lists. Exceptions: Phone numbers for which you have defined dialing plans and deactivated the Use Area Codes option ( Page 125). When making calls via the fixed line network, the area code entered is withheld, e.g. when dialing using the Calls list ( Page 61). Please note For information on entering your area code via the handset, Page 87.
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Gateway provider SIP provider. Global IP address IP address. GSM
Global System for Mobile Communication
Originally, a European standard for mobile networks. GSM can now be described as a worldwide standard. In the USA and Japan national standards are now more frequently supported than in the past.
Headset Combination of microphone and headphone. A headset makes handsfree talking more convenient. There are headsets available that can be connected to the handset by a cable. Server via which the Network subscribers can process their Internet traffic. Hub Uses one Infrastructure network to connect several Network subscribers. All data sent to the hub by one network subscriber is forwarded to all network subscribers. Gateway, Router.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
International body that defines standards in electronics and electro-technology, concerned in particular with the standardization of LAN technology, transmission protocols, data transfer rate and wiring. Infrastructure network Network with central structure: All Network subscribers communicate via a central Router. Instant messaging Service that uses a client program to allow chatting in real time, i.e. to send brief messages to other subscribers on the Internet. Internet Global WAN. A series of protocols have been defined for exchanging data, known by the name TCP/IP. Each Network subscriber is identifiable via his IP address. DNS assigns a Domain name to the IP address. Important services on the Internet include the World Wide Web (WWW), e-mail, file transfer and discussion forums.
Internet Service Provider Enables access to the Internet for a fee. IP (Internet Protocol) TCP/IP protocol on the Internet. IP is responsible for addressing subscribers in a Network using IP addresses and transfers data from the sender to the recipient. IP determines the paths (routing) along which the data packets travel.
Glossary IP address A unique address for a network component within a network based on the TCP/IP protocols (e.g. LAN, Internet). On the Internet, domain names are usually assigned instead of IP addresses. DNS assigns the corresponding IP address to the domain name. The IP address consists of four three-digit decimal numbers separated from one another by a period (e.g. 22.214.171.124). The first decimal number can be between 1 and 126 and between 128 and 223, the second and third between 0 and 255, and the fourth between 1 and 254. The IP address is made up of the network number and the number of the Network subscriber (e.g. phone). Depending on the Subnet mask, the front one, two or three parts make up the network number and the rest of the IP address addresses the network component. The network number of all the components in any one network must be identical. IP addresses can be assigned automatically with DHCP (dynamic IP addresses) or manually (static IP addresses). DHCP. IP pool range Range of IP addresses that the DHCP server can use to assign dynamic IP addresses.
PABX access code (external line prefix). 95 operating base station on PABX. 95 pauses. 96 setting dialing mode. 95 setting recall. 95 Pack contents. 10 Paging. 2, 73, 180 Pauses (PABX). 96 Personal Identification Number. 180 Personal provider data. 111 Phone configuring via PC. 97 functions, overview. 34 menu overview. 34 protecting. 85 setting (Web configurator). 103 setting base station (on handset). 85 setting up. 10 status (Web configurator). 142 Phone number display withholding. 52 PIN. 180 changing. 85 POP3 server. 134 Port. 180 Port forwarding. 180 Port number. 180 Pound key. 1, 32 Power adapter.7 Power consumption of base station. 153 Predialing. 180 Preferred DNS server entering (handset). 93 entering (Web configurator). 105 Priority (messenger). 132 Private IP address. 180 Protocol. 180 Proxy. 180 Proxy server address. 112 Proxy-Server. 180 Public IP address. 180
On/Off key.1 Online directory Gigaset.net. 48 Operation (preparing to use the phone). 10 Order in directory. 63 Outbound proxy. 114, 179 mode. 114 port. 114 Own area code area code. 88 entering. 124
Quality. 181 Quality of Service. 181
RAM. 181 Random Access Memory. 181 Read Only Memory. 181 Recall. 75 Receive number assigning to handset. 122 display on the handset. 42 Registering handset. 16, 71 with the Web configurator. 99 Registrar. 181 Registrar server. 112 Registrar server port. 112 Registration name VoIP account. 111 Registration password VoIP account. 111 Registration refresh time. 112 Remote access to Web configurator. 105 Remote management. 105 Resetting base station. 86 handset. 84 Resource name (messenger). 132 RFC 2833 (DTMF signaling). 128 Ringback initiating (fixed line network). 53 when busy. 181 when the call is not answered. 182 Ringer deactivating permanently. 83 icon.2 setting melody. 83 Ringer melody changing. 82 muting. 41 setting volume. 82 ROM. 181 Router. 181 connecting base station. 20 Routing. 181 RTP. 181 RTP port. 131, 181
Version 8, 03.09.2008 Safety precautions.7 Scope of delivery. 10 Screen protection, see Screensaver Screensaver. 79 192
Search for subscriber on Gigaset.net. 48 Searching handset. 73 in directory. 63 Sending directory entry to handset. 65 Server. 182 for firmware update. 139 Server port. 112 Service (Customer Care). 160 Setting base station. 85 date. 78 date/time on handset. 14 default connection. 87, 121 handset. 78 melody (ringer). 83 recall (PABX). 95 time. 78 time zone. 141 wake-up time. 70 Settings for VoIP telephony. 108 Shortcut (digit combination). 34 Shortcuts. 62, 64 Signal strength.1 Signal tone, see Advisory tones Simple Transversal of UDP over NAT. 182 SIP. 182 SIP address. 182 SIP Info (DTMF signaling). 128 SIP port. 131, 182 SIP provider. 182 SIP proxy server. 182 Snooze (alarm clock). 70 Snooze mode (alarm clock). 70 Sound, see Ringer melody Speaker. 44 activating/deactivating. 44 key.1 mode. 44 Specifications. 152 Starting connection wizard (menu). 90 Static IP address. 92, 104, 182 Status VoIP connection. 108 Status codes activating display (handset). 94 activating display (Web config.). 138 table (VoIP). 147 Structure of IP address. 178
The Gigaset A580 IP offers two ways to call your friends and family all over the world; with dual mode functionality you can easily switch between internet and fixed-line calls at the touch of a button. Even with your PC turned off, you can enjoy the convenience of internet calls in exceptional sound quality thanks to HDSP technology. The Gigaset A580 IP is multi-line so you are free to register up to 6 handsets for 6 SIP accounts from different providers and make up to 3 calls in parallel: 2 VoIP calls and 1 fixed-line call. There is a whole package of Next Generation features on this phone, including free info services such as RSS feeds, weather forecasts, a bid-watcher for eBay and an online phonebook search all directly accessible from the handset. Whether you use the easy configuration of internet telephony with PC-off convenience or the hands-free mode to talk, you'll find the Gigaset A580 IP simply smart. And with its energy-saving ECO DECT technology, calling is better for the environment.
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