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Setting and operating the base
Preparing the base for use and making settings
In order to be able to use your base, certain settings are required, e. g. the ISDN phone number (MSN). To do this, you need a handset or a PC. More details can be found in the operating instructions for your handset or your PC software. If you have an S1 or SL1 added-feature handset, a Getting started wizard is available to assist you in making the settings. More details can be found in the operating instructions for your added-feature handset.
Operating the base from a handset
Operating instructions for the S1, SL1, C1 and C2 handsets are enclosed. The current version of the operating instructions is available on the Internet at www.my-siemens.com/gigaset. Below, examples of operating the base from an S1 or SL1 handset and a C1 or C2 handset are presented for "Assigning an MSN a ringer melody". Operating the base from an S1 or SL1 handset The central operator control on the S1 and SL1 handsets is a control key p, which has four black direction arrows with the associated symbols. Pressing the various icons (up, down, right, or left) opens a different function. The side you have to press is shown by a black triangle in the operating instructions, e.g.: v key for right = open menu. Example: "Assigning an MSN a ringer melody"
v s s s s s v r
Ringer Melody: 5 OK Set base Settings OK ISDN settings Set up MSN OK OK OK OK
Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter system PIN if required (page 10). Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select MSN, e.g. MSN1: Anna. Open the submenu. Select melody and confirm, e.g. Ringer Melody: 5 ( = activated).
Operating the base from a C1 or C2 handset The C1 and C2 handsets each have a rocker key, which has two functions. On the Gigaset C1, the upper half of the rocker key has the function of the Talk key c, the lower half the Phonebook key h. On the Gigaset C2, the upper half of the rocker key has the function of the Talk key c, the lower half the Handsfree key d.
Example: "Assigning an MSN a ringer melody"
Open the menu.
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter system PIN if required (page 10). Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select MSN, e.g. MSN1: Anna. Open the submenu.
s Settings ~ OK s s s
MENU ISDN settings Set up MSN
Ringer Melody: 5
Select melody and confirm, e.g. Ringer Melody: 5 ( = set).
You can register a maximum of eight wireless devices on your base (including Gigaset data modules (page 30) and Gigaset Repeater (page 30)). The internal numbers 11-18 are set aside for this purpose. Wire-based analogue devices do not have to be registered (page 26). If the internal numbers Int.11 to Int.18 on your telephone have already been assigned, please de-register another handset you no longer require before registering a new one (see handset operating instructions). If necessary, keep the handset operating instructions to hand with their description of the registration process. You must initiate handset registration on the handset and on the base. 1. On the base Press the registration/paging key on the base for about 3 seconds. This starts the registration. The base is ready for registering for 30 seconds.
Press the lit Registration/Paging key
2. On the handset (within 30 sec.) Register your handset (see handset operating instructions).
If the handset cancels base paging, e. g. because the registration time has been exceeded, repeat the process.
Getting started Manually registering a Gigaset S1 / SL1 handset
v s s s ~
Settings Register H/Set Base 1 OK OK OK OK
Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (14) and confirm, e. g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. In the display are Regstr.Procedure and the name of the base, e. g. Base 1. Once the handset has located the base, the list of free internal numbers is shown in the display. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
Select internal number and confirm, e. g. Int.11.
After registration the handset reverts to idle status. The handset's internal number is shown in the display.
Manually registering a Gigaset C1 / C2 handset
OK OK OK
Handset Settings Register Handset
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (14) and confirm, e. g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. In the display are Registering and the name of the base, e. g. Base 1. Once the handset has located the base, the list of free internal numbers is shown in the display. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
s Base 1 ~ OK
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro handset
Hold down, to turn on the handset. Confirm the prompt.
Settings Register H/Set Base 1 OK OK OK
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (14) and confirm, e. g. Base 1. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
Select internal number and confirm, e. g. Int.11. The successful registration is confirmed on the display.
Registering a Gigaset 4000 Classic handset
You can register a maximum of four Gigaset 4000 Classic handsets. Register Gigaset 4000 Classic handsets before other handsets. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
Hold down, to turn on the handset. Confirm the prompt. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. The handset is registered.
The next unassigned internal number between Int.11 and Int.18 is automatically assigned to the handset as it is registered.
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 3000 Comfort/Micro handset
Hold down, to turn on the handset. Confirm the prompt. Open the menu.
Stations Station 1 Registration OK
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the base (1-4) and open the sub-menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
Registering a Gigaset 3000 Classic handset
Hold down, to turn on the handset. Press in turn. Enter the number of the base (normally 1) and confirm. The Standby symbol C flashes and then lights up constantly when the connection to the base has been established. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
Select internal number and confirm, e. g. Int.11. The Standby symbol is extinguished after successful registration.
Getting started Registering a Gigaset 2000 C handset
Press to turn on the handset. Open the menu.
Settings Registration Station 1 OK OK OK
Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Select base (1-4) and confirm. Open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. Enter the system PIN of the base (factory setting: 0000) and confirm. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
s Registration ~ OK
Registering a Gigaset 2000S / Gigaset 1000 C/S handset
For the registration procedure described below: You can register a maximum of four other handsets (e. g. Gigaset 2000S, GAP handsets) or wireless devices (e. g. Gigaset 1000 TAE, STA). Register these devices first. Registering a Gigaset 2000S handset
h oh o
Press h (off). Simultaneously press the number of the base station and h (on). Enter system code. Press lit Register key on the base (page 9), key flashes. The base is only ready for registering while the key is flashing.
The lowest free internal number is assigned. It is not possible to select a free internal number. Registering a Gigaset 1000 C/S handset For the registration procedures, please refer to the corresponding operating instructions.
Feature S1 Ringer echo Yes Changing the ringer tone Yes Activating/deactivating the ringer Yes Activating/deactivating the alert tone Yes Vibration alarm No Activating/deactivating advisory tones Yes Restoring the handset factory settings Yes Operating with other devices Defining the device type Yes Activating/deactivating Repeater mode Yes Operating when connected to a PABX Activating/deactivating call transfer ECT (Explicit Call Yes Transfer) Dialling options Yes Activating/deactivating the keypad during a call Yes Activating the keypad for the next connection Yes Operation of entrance telephone Assigning internal users to the entrance telephone call Yes group Making calls with the entrance telephone Yes Call from the entrance telephone Yes Entrance telephone call waiting Yes Internal call with entrance telephone Yes Divert entrance telephone externally Yes Appendix Predictive text Yes
1 "Divert call waiting internally" is only available 2 The maximum number of entries in the speed
SL1 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
C2 No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes
C1 No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
on the S1 and SL1 handsets. dial list and the phonebook can vary. The C1 handset has memory for a maximum of 50 entries, the C2 handset for a maximum of 100 entries, while you can store a maximum of 200 entries in the S1 and SL1 handsets.
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The quick way into the world of ISDN
What is an MSN? MSN = Multiple Subscriber Number. You can apply for up to ten different telephone numbers for one multiple ISDN connection. An MSN is one of the phone numbers assigned to you without an area code. Your telephone uses the MSN entirely as you require. The following differentiation is made: N Receive MSN: Phone numbers you may be called on. You can assign the receive MSN's to specific internal users (terminals). Incoming calls are only forwarded to the terminals to which the relevant receive MSN has been assigned. Terminals can be handsets or answering machines. N Send MSN: Phone numbers that are assigned to the person you are calling. The network operator calculates charges based on the send MSN's. You can assign a fixed send MSN to each internal user. Potential internal users are:
3 F 9 ;
Activating/deactivating the answering machine Activate/deactivate Playing back messages and memos All messages New messages only Pause/Stop Continue playback End playback Skipping messages and memos To start of message To previous message To next message Deleting messages and memos Single message during playback All messages after playback Recording an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement Playing back an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement
H B :B E B
EE A AA 3
0B 0B FGA FGB FG3 FGD GA GB G3 GD
Selecting an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement Recording internal memos Begin recording End recording Help Check settings Check one-key functions Check two-key functions End check
9A 9B 93 9D FB E ;
see page 22
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Connecting cord-based analogue devices
The internal phone numbers Int.21/Int.22 are pre-assigned to the TAE connections. Devices connected to them must N not be registered on the base. N be set to tone (DTMF) dialling (pulse dialling not supported). In addition, the corresponding device type must be set and device-specific additional settings made. No costs are displayed on the connected devices. However, accumulated costs are recorded on the base and can be checked using an added-feature handset or on a PC.
The following settings are possible (Defining the device type, see Page 29).
N Telephone N Fax N Modem N Neutral N Door type1 N No function
see Page 26, Connecting telephones see Page 27, Connecting a fax machine see Page 27, Connecting a modem see Page 27, Connecting a fax machine see Page 31, Connecting door type 1 see Page 28, No device connected
N Answering mach. see Page 27, Connecting an answering machine
N Doortype2(DTMF) see Page 32, Connecting door type 2
Note the explanations below for the device types and their additional device-specific settings.
By default, the two TAE connections are set to Telephone. This means that the base is ready to use with a telephone (with tone dialling/DTMF) connected to Int.21 or Int.22 even without a handset. If you also want to use this telephone to make internal calls, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must be deactivated. For external connections, it is then necessary to dial a zero first. Information on making calls using devices on the TAE connection can be found in the handset operating instructions.
Connecting devices Connecting a fax machine
To operate a fax machine or a combination device (e.g. fax with telephone), the device type setting should be changed to Fax or Neutral. For problem-free fax operation regardless of the settings of the remote terminal, the device type setting Neutral is recommended (with the Fax setting, a successful fax connection depends on the settings of the remote terminal). If you only want to make external connections, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must remain activated. In this case, the fax machine or combination device should be set to "Operate on main connection". If, on the other hand, you also want to make internal connections, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must be deactivated. For external connections, it is then necessary to either dial a zero before each number or set the fax machine or combination device to "Operation on PABX" (see fax machine or combination device operating instructions). Use the opportunity to assign the fax a separate phone number (MSN). Assign the corresponding TAE connection an exclusive receive MSN (see handset operating instructions). In the device type setting Fax, Call waiting and Hunt group are not supported. In the device type setting Neutral, Call waiting is not supported. When connecting a fax only device, Hunt group should be deactivated (see handset operating instructions).
Connecting a modem
To operate a modem, the device type setting must be changed to Modem. If you only want to make external connections, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must remain activated (see handset operating instructions). In this case, the modem should be set to "Operate on main connection". If, on the other hand, you also want to make internal connections, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must be deactivated. For external connections, it is then necessary to either dial a zero before each number or set the modem to "Operation on PABX" (see modem operating instructions).
Connecting an answering machine
If you want to operate an answering machine (or a telephone with integrated answering machine) on the TAE connection, the device type setting Answering mach. is recommended. In this setting, the answering machine can pick up a call. If a telephone with integrated answering machine is connected and you want to use this telephone to make internal calls, automatic line seizure for the associated TAE connection must be deactivated (see handset operating instructions). For external calls, it is then necessary to dial a zero first. In the device type setting Answering mach., Call waiting and Hunt group are not supported (see handset operating instructions).
Connecting devices No device connected
For each TAE connection, to which no device is connected, the device type must be set to No function, in order to prevent malfunctioning of the Reject all (see handset operating instructions) and Busy on busy (see handset operating instructions) ISDN functions.
Making calls with devices on the analogue connection (TAE connection)
Telephones with tone dialling (DTMF = dual tone multi-frequency dialling) can be operated on the analogue connections. Telephones with pulse dialling are not supported.
Automatic line seizure
With automatic line seizure activated, the external line is seized as soon as the receiver is lifted. As a consequence, normal internal dialling is no longer possible. However, an internal call is still possible by way of an internal enquiry using the S key. You can activate automatic line seizure with any added-feature handset (see added-feature handset operating instructions).
Making external calls
Auto. line seizure inactive cQ~ Auto. line seizure active c~
Making internal calls
Auto. line seizure inactive c~
Group call to all internal users
Auto. line seizure inactive c P / with GAP INT P
You hear the call waiting tone during your external call. either. a Call disconnected, wait for ring c or. S Caller 1 on hold.
Switch to waiting caller Toggling
S S Caller 1 on hold. Caller 2 on hold etc.
Connecting devices Making an external enquiry
SQ~ S Switch between callers if necessary.
Making an internal enquiry
S~ S Making an internal enquiry Switch between the callers if necessary.
Transfer call before/after answer
either. S~ a Hold down (return to idle status). Transfer after answer: Transfer call after answer. Making an enquiry call. Hold down (return to idle status). or. S~ a Transfer before answer:
You can increase the range of your handsets with the Gigaset Repeater. Your telephone is set up to use a Gigaset Repeater (accessory). To ensure the Repeater is installed correctly, Repeater mode must be activated on the base (see handset operating instructions).
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Operation of entrance telephone
For details of setting up an entrance telephone, refer to the handset operating instructions.
Connecting entrance telephones
In case of questions about the entrance telephones shown here or any other systems, please contact the respective manufacturers or suppliers. We ask for your understanding that Siemens AG cannot provide any guarantee of the currency, completeness and accuracy of the circuit diagrams. Several examples are illustrated below. Current circuit diagrams are available from your retailer.
Door type 1
The following examples provide guidance for connecting entrance telephones using a TFE adapter (door type 1). Siedle TLM 512/612, TLE 061, CTB 711
Ritto entrance telephone and door opening system
Caution! Connect base power unit 6573 and additional unit TFV5680 using enclosed bus connector.
Ritto TwinBus entrance system
Caution! Connect base power unit 4753/01 and additional unit TFV4680/00 using enclosed bus connector.
Door type 2 (DTMF)
For details of connecting entrance telephones with DTMF control (door type 2), refer to the example below. Deutsche Telekom DoorLine
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Wipe the base and handset with a damp cloth (no solvents) or an antistatic cloth. Never use a dry cloth. This can cause static discharge.
Contact with liquid !
If the handset should come into contact with liquid, on no account switch the device on. Remove all batteries immediately. Allow the liquid to drain out of the device, and then pat all parts of the device dry. Keep the handset with the batteries removed in a warm, dry place for at least 72 hours. In many cases, you will then be able to use it again.
Questions and Answers
If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24 hours a day at www.my-siemens.com/customercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and the corresponding answers below. What has happened if Possible Cause
the handset or the base does not ring? The ringer is switched off. Call forwarding is set to Immediately. Night service is active. the answering machine says "PIN is incorrect" during remote control? The system PIN entered is incorrect or still set to 0000.
Activate the ringer for the handset or the base. Switch off call forwarding. Deactivate night service. (see handset operating instructions) Enter the system PIN again or set a PIN that is different from 0000 (see handset operating instructions). Delete old messages Play back new messages and delete. (see handset operating instructions) Deactivate "Constant" call forwarding. Determine the receive MSN.
the answering machine Its memory is full. does not record any messages or has automatically switched over to 'announce only'? there are no incoming calls?
"Constant" call forwarding is activated. The MSN has not been assigned to the internal user. The "internal" authorisation is Change the authorisation. set. (see handset operating instructions) the telephone also rings for The phone number is in the Delete the corresponding fax-PC calls? phone number list on the base. phone number (MSN) in the list. (see handset operating instructions)
What has happened if Possible Cause
you have a PABX and, after dialling, the wrong connection or no connection is made? some of the ISDN functions do not work as stated? another telephone on the So bus does not ring?
You have entered the wrong pre- Check and correct the prefix fix. (see handset operating instructions). The ISDN function has not been enabled. The same MSN was assigned to the telephones. One of the telephones also has internal call divert activated. Check with your network provider. Deactivate internal call divert or set external call divert (see handset operating instructions).
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.my-siemens.com/customercare or by referring to the section entitled Questions and answers in this manual (page 33).
If the device needs to be repaired, please contact one of our Customer Care Centers:
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In some countries repair and replace services are impossible where the products are not sold through our authorised dealers. Your Gigaset is designed for operation in your country, as indicated on the packaging and on the device itself. Country-specific conditions have been taken into account. If you have any questions about the differences between the public phone networks, please contact your specialist dealer or network provider. The CE mark attests to the phone's compliance with the essential requirements of the R&TTE directive.
Excerpt from the original declaration
"We, Siemens AG, declare that the above mentioned product is manufactured according to our Full Quality Assurance System certified by CETECOM ICT Services GmbH in compliance with ANNEX V of the R&TTE Directive 99/05/EC. The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council Directive 99/5/EC is ensured" Senior Approvals Manager The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) has been signed. In case of need a copy of the original DoC can be made available via the company hotline.
DECT standard GAP standard No. of channels Radio frequency range Duplex method Channel grid Bit rate Modulation Language code Transmission power Range Power supply Power consumption Environmental conditions for operation ISDN connection TAE socket (INT 21/22) Base dimensions Base weight Length of cables supported supported 120 duplex channels 1880 MHz to 1900 MHz Time multiplex, 10 ms frame length 1728 kHz 1152 kbit/s GFSK 32 kbit/s (ADPCM) 10 mW, average power per channel up to 300 m in the open air up to 50 m in buildings 220/230 V ~/50 Hz (power unit SNG 8-a) In standby mode approx. 4.6W In call mode: with handset approx. 4.6W with telephone (TAE) approx. 5.2 W +5 C to +45 C 20 % to 75 % humidity Euro-ISDN-Multiple Connection IAE Jack: TAE 6, F/N coding Dialling mode: DTMF (tone dialling) Data transmission rate: max. 28.8 kbit/s approx. 152 x 213 x 61 mm (H x W x D) 0.350 kg Power supply cord approx. 3 m ISDN connection cable approx. 3 m USB cable approx. 3 m
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Gigaset Handsets Turn your Gigaset into a cordless telephone system: Gigaset S1 Handset
N Large illuminated graphic display with date and time N Phonebook for around 200 entries N N N N N N N N N
Block dialling Also pre-dialling. You may only dial or, if required, correct the phone number. Then you should lift the receiver or press the loudspeaker key.
Call divert CF, Call forwarding. You want to forward calls to another number permanently. You can divert calls externally via the exchange or internally in the device itself. Call divert can be set up individually for each separate phone number (MSN) (to your mobile phone when on holiday, to the office, to a neighbour etc.). This is carried out at the network provider's local exchange. This means the call never reaches the original destination. There are three kinds of call divert: immediate (CFU, Call Forwarding Unconditional), when the line is busy (CFB, Call Forwarding Busy), and when the call is not answered (CFNR, Call Forwarding No Reply).
Call divert (via second B channel) / internal call divert While external call divert takes place in the local telephone exchange of the network provider, internal call divert is implemented by your telephone. Your telephone forwards the call via the second line of your ISDN connection. This means both phone lines are engaged for the duration of the call. You pay the charges for the connection to the forwarding number. However, you save yourself the network provider's charges for this function. Call forwarding during the call phase CD, Call Deflection. Must be explicitly enabled by the network provider for each ISDN connection. CD enables an incoming call to be forwarded to any phone number while it is ringing, without having to answer the call. Because the caller cannot affect on where it is forwarded (for example, to a mobile phone), you will pay the resulting charges. The caller must only pay the normal telephone charges to the connection he dialled. Call transfer (e.g., for ISDN PABX's) ECT, Explicit Call Transfer. User A calls User B. He puts the connection on hold and calls User C. Rather than connect everyone in a three-party conference, A now transfers User B to C and hangs up. Call waiting CW, Call Waiting. Service provided by the network provider. An acoustic signal during a call indicates that another caller is waiting. In addition, ISDN phones indicate this with a displayed message. You can then decide whether to accept or reject the second call. Call waiting protection Deactivates the call waiting signal. Callback when the call is not answered If a user does not respond when called, a caller can arrange an automatic callback. As soon as the destination phone has completed a call and is free again the caller is rung back. This service must be supported by the exchange. The ringback request is automatically cancelled after approximately 2 hours (depending on the telephone exchange. Callback when the number is busy Callback must first be activated on the caller's terminal. A connection is established automatically as soon as the destination phone is no longer busy. As soon as the connection is free the caller is rung back. As soon as the caller lifts his receiver the connection is made automatically. Caller identification Displays caller's phone number, name or type of connection (e.g., exchange/internal) on the telephone screen. Caller list Depending on the setting, the calls list contains callers you haven't reached, or those you have spoken to. The last 20 missed calls and the last 20 accepted calls are stored with their phone number, date and time. If you wish to do so, you can return the call to these users directly from this list.
ISDN glossary N
Notebook function During a phone call you can enter a phone number in the phone's temporary memory to be dialled later. NT/NTBA Network terminating device (NT = Network Terminator and NTBA = Network Terminator Basic Access). The public T-ISDN is terminated with an NT. The NT acts as a bridge to the existing telephone outlet. Only the NT can or may be connected to the telephone outlet. Under no circumstances should analogue terminals also be connected to the phone outlet. ISDN terminals and additional ISDN outlets are connected to the NT.
Open listening At the touch of a key, all those present in a room can listen in to a phone call via an integrated loudspeaker. See also "Handsfree talking". Outgoing MSN, freely selectable A feature which helps you to individually determine which MSN should be used for the following call. This is not only important for the phone number display on the called handset but also for billing charges. This is because call charges, which can be broken down free of charge according to MSN on the network provider invoice, are billed according to the MSN used to make the call.
Parking A call is parked when you want to unplug the telephone during a call, or you want to continue your call from another telephone with the same connection. The connection is retained while it is parked. Phonebook An added feature on a phone allowing the name and phone number of several users to be stored. The phone numbers can quickly be found and dialled. PIN Abbreviation for Personal Identification Number. Protects against unauthorised use, e.g., system PIN, answering machine PIN, handset PIN. Plugging to bus TP, Terminal Portability. Also called parking. An incoming call can be held at the local exchange for up to three minutes to then be accepted, for example, by another phone, a fax machine or a PC. In the meanwhile the caller hears an appropriate announcement. Pre-dialling, see also "Block dialling" For some telephones with a display you can enter the phone number first, and check it once more before dialling.
ISDN glossary R
Remote activation Allows the answering machine to be activated and deactivated during a call. This function is PIN-protected. Remote check Answering machine function. Listen to messages remotely, mostly together with options like delete messages or change announcements. Repeater A repeater increases the range of a handset connected to a base station. The device receives the radio signal from the base station and broadcasts it further. Ring delay For each internal party, you can specify how many rings take place before this party hears the ring. This can also be set for each MSN phone number. For example, your handset, in addition to the base telephone (which rings on the first ring) could ring after three rings for the private phone number, and ring on the first ring for the business phone number.
Internal Calls. 44 Numbers. 19 Ringer. 44 Users. 19 ISDN. 44 Abbreviations. 44 Connection cable. 6 Phone number, see MSN Telephone connection. 4
Key Paging. 14 Keypad. 44
M101 Data. 30 Mains outlet. 4 Medical appliances. 3 Memos, see Answering Machine Messages, see Answering Machine Mini-Western connector. 6, 7 MSN. 19, 44 Multiple subscriber number, see MSN Music on hold. 44 Mute. 44
Electronic code lock. Enquiry calls. Entrance telephone. Exchange. 31 43
Features (handsets). 15
Getting started. 4 Getting started wizard. 8 Gigaset M101 Data. 30 Repeater. 30 USB Adapter DECT/M105. 30
Notebook function. 45 Notes (spoken) see Memo NTBA. 6, 45
Open listening. 45 Outgoing MSN, freely selectable. 45
Handset De-register. Features. Paging. Handsfree. Hold. 43
Pack contents. 4 Paging. 14 Paging key. 14 Parking. 45 Phonebook. 45 PIN. 8, 45 Plugging to bus. 45 Power failure. 6 Power supply cord. 6 Power supply unit. 3, 6
Installation Base (mounting). 4 Base (notes). 3, 4 Installation location (base). 4
Pre-dialling. 40, 45 Wall mounting (base). 5
Questions and Answers. 33
Radio reception. 4 Range. 4, 30 Remote activation. 46 Remote check. 46 Remote delete, see Answering Machine Repeater. 30, 46 Ring delay. 46
S0 Bus. 46 Jack. 6 Safety precautions. 3 Service. 34 Setting Base. 8 Device type. 26 Socket TAE. 36 Specifications. 36 Standard connection. 46 System settings. 15
TAE. 6, 7 Connection. 26 Socket. 36 Telephone Care. 33 Connecting. 26 Three-party conference. 46 Toggling. 46 Transfer. 41 Two-way recording of phone calls. 46
USB Adapter DECT/M105. 30 USB cable. 30
Wait melody. 47 Wall holder. 4
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