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Learning About Your Phone
Figure 1 shows an optiPoint 500 Advance phone without the handset. Functional features are marked, but the common features like the key pad ar not marked. Please note: Note that a Basic and Standard phones have only 12 feature keys, not 19 like the Advance phone. The Basic phone does not have a microphone.
Otherwise, the phones look alike.
Feature keys with status lights Speaker Volume keys Microphone (not on Basic) Navigation keys
Figure 1. optiPoint 500 Advance Telephone
The following sections explain the features of your optiPoint 500 phone. Note: optiPoint 500 phones with an optiGuide display (all phones described in this booklet) are sometimes referred to as display phones.
6 optiPoint 500 Display Phones
Usage of Feature Keys
Your administrator can configure feature keys as line keys, short cuts to specific telephone features, or repdial keys. Line keys connect to various telephone lines that can be used simultaneously. For example, you can put a party on HOLD on one line and dial another party on another line. You can press configured system feature keys to gain access to system telephone features, such as HOLD, TRANSFER, MAILBOX, and PROGRAM/SERVICE. Repdial keys are keys you can program as one-touch keys to telephone numbers or extensions you dial often.
When you get your telephone, the feature keys will be labeled on the faceplate. Labeling terminology is up to your company. For example, your administrator might label the HOLD key HOLD, Hold, HLD, or anything else. We recommend that you label repdial keys you programmed by hand. Note: This booklet references each feature key with its capitalized full name. Thus, press HOLD means to press the feature key labeled as the Hold key in whatever notation.
Status Lights on Line Keys
The red status lights next to the line keys signals what is happening on those lines. Table 1 explains the various flash rates and the line status.
Table 1. Status Light Meanings
Flash Rate Off On steady Blinking Flashing (faster) Flickering (fastest)
Line Status Available In use Ringing On hold Forwarded
Use the Volume Up + and Volume Down - keys to adjust the voice volume of your telephone. While on a call, press + to raise the volume of the voice you are hearing, or press to lower it. Press either key repeatedly until you reach the desired voice level. Holding down either key changes the volume one step only. When you hang up or switch to another call, the voice volume returns to the default level. To save the new setting before hanging up, press the + and - keys together before hanging up.
Rings and Tones
The sounds your phone makes are defined as rings and tones. Rings occur on a line that you are not using to indicate that you have an incoming call. Tones occur while you are using your phone to provide information about calls and features.
Table 2 explains the meanings of the various rings.
Table 2. Rings and Their Meaning Ring Single (repeated) Double (repeated) Triple (repeated) Meaning Internal or emergency call External call Callback
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Table 3 explains the meanings of the various tones.
Table 3. Tones and Their Meaning Tone Dial tone Busy tone Fast busy tone One tone every 20 seconds Two short tones every 20 seconds Three short tones (confirmation tone) Three short tones followed by dial tone Wavering (error) tone Meaning You can make a call or invoke a feature. The party you called is on the phone. Invalid call. Internal call waiting. External call waiting. A feature has been successfully activated. Additional input required, for example a PIN. Invalid feature request.
Open Listening and HandsFree Conversations
Open listening means that people other than the caller himself can listen to the conversation. To initiate open listening, the caller presses the SPEAKER key. This will transmit the called partys voice directly through the speaker (see Figure 1 on page 6). However, if the phone does not have a microphone, the caller must continue to use the handset to talk to the called party. Hands-free means that the caller initiates open listening on a phone that has a microphone. In this case, the caller can hang up after pressing the SPEAKER key. The called party will be heard through the speaker, and the caller will speak into the microphone (see Figure 1 on page 6) and thus be heard by the called party. The Basic phone does not have a microphone and therefore supports open listening only. It does not support hands-free conversations.
The Standard and the Advance phone have a microphone and therefore support open listening and hands-free conversations.
optiGuide is an interactive control program that guides you through the use of optiPoint 500. optiGuide uses: The display (see Figure 1 on page 6) to show you the currently active feature and to prompt you for a selection. The navigation keys (see Figure 1 on page 6) to let you scroll through options and select an option. Pressing Pressing Pressing scrolls to the previous option. selects the currently displayed option. scrolls to the next option.
optiGuide can be used in two modes: when the phone is idle, and while the phone is in use. The functionality of the two optiGuide modes differs. To access the main menu of optiGuide while the phone is idle, press the MENU key or one of the scroll keys ( or ). To access the main menu of optiGuide while you are using the phone, press the MENU key.
If the telephone is idle and you are not using optiGuide, the display shows the current time.
When active, optiGuide displays two lines. The first line is capitalized and displays the current call related information. The second line starts with a capital letter followed by lower case letters, and indicates an option. The user can select this option or scroll to another one.
optiPoint 500 Display Phones
The Navigation Keys
You can either select the displayed option by pressing , or scroll to another option by pressing or
Note that a selected option may become an optiPoint 500 feature with more options. In such a case, the selected option will be displayed in the first line with capital letters, followed by its first option in the second line. Section Selecting OptionsExample contains a detailed example.
In this example, you will use optiGuide to navigate to AUDIO SETTINGS. While the phone is idle, 1. Press MAIN MENU or one of scroll keys ( The display shows:
MAIN MENU Speed dial features? >
2. Start scrolling by pressing. Note that while scrolling, the first line remains unchanged but the second line displays different options.You will scroll through More features?, View active features? to Program/ Service?. Select Program/Service by pressing. The display shows:
PROGRAM/SERVICE 1-Change destinations? >
3. Start scrolling through 2-Feature settings?, 3-Mailbox, 4View feature keys? to 5-Audio settings?. Select Audio settings. The display shows:
AUDIO SETTINGS 1-Ring volume? >
This ends the example procedure. To learn how to change audio settings, refer to Section Changing Your Audio Settings, starting on page 14.
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Note: You may have observed that for some features the options in the second line are preceded with a number. Option of other features appear without number. If options are preceded by a number, you can simply press the number instead of scrolling to the desired option. For example, after getting to Program/Service, you could press 5 to select audio settings.
More Information on optiGuide
Use optiGuide only if the desired feature is not accessible through a feature key. Pressing a feature key saves time. Not all options are accessible in both optiPoint modes. Some are accessible only while the phone is idle (example: Program/ Service), others are accessible only while the phone is in use (example: Saved number redial?). While scrolling through optiGuide you may encounter features that you are not able to use. These are features restricted by your class of service. For more information on your class of service refer to Section Your Class of Service, starting on page 14.
You can expand the capabilities of your phone in three ways. Depending on the model of your phone, you can add one or two easy-add adapters: An analog adapter to connect your phone to an analog device. An acoustic adapter to connect your phone to a headset. A phone adapter to connect your phone to an additional optiPoint 500 phone or Optiset E phone. The secondary telephone is connected using a RJ11 connector. An ISDN adapter to connect your phone to ISDN devices such as phones, PC cards, G4 fax machines or video equipment using a RJ45 connector. You can add one or two side-mounted modules with more feature keys.This will add 16 additional keys per module. You can connect your phone to your PC, using a USB cable. This connection allows you to use Microsoft TAPI for dialing on the PC. Note: A common USB cable is sufficient for the phonePC connection, but it will cause your phone rock on the table top. A special Siemens USB cable ensures the correct resting of your phone. Ask your administrator for more information for any of these accessories.
1. You will hear the
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The Conference feature lets you have up to eight parties, including yourself, in a telephone conversation. The other parties besides yourself can be on trunks (outside lines) or extensions. To set up a conference: During a call, 1. If you have a TRANSFER key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Start conference?. 2. Listen to the confirmation tone, followed by the internal dial tone. 3. Dial the extension you want to add, or dial 9 and the outside number. 4. After the party answers you want to connect all parties: If your have a CONFERENCE key or TRANSFER key, press it. OR Select Conference? from your optiGuide display. To reconnect to the conference when a called party isnt joining: If you have a CONNECT key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Release and return?. To drop the last added party and then rejoin the conference: If you have a CLEAR key, press it, or press TRANSFER and dial 4. Then press the CONFERENCE key, the CONNECT key, or the TRANSFER key. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Remove last party?.
Connect allows you to: Reconnect with a call placed on consultation hold. Reconnect with a transferred call before the transfer is complete. Alternate between two parties when you have one of them on consultation hold.
To reconnect with a call: If you have a CONNECT key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Toggle/Connect?
Consultation allows you to put the party you are currently talking to on hold, so that you can call and talk privately with a second party. Press CONNECT to alternate between the two parties. To consult with a second party during a call: 1. If you have a TRANSFER key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Consult?. 2. Dial the second partys extension or 9 and the outside number. 3. Talk with the second party. To reconnect with the first party: If you have a CONNECT key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Toggle/Connect?.
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To release a party on consultation hold: While connected with a party: If you have a CLEAR key, press it. OR Scroll through the prompts on your optiGuide display and select Release and return?. The party will be released, and you will be connected to the other party.
Forwarding redirects your incoming calls to another extension or an outside number. There are two forwarding types: Station-variable forwarding lets you set up an extension or outside number for forwarding under conditions you specify. Fixed forwarding sends calls to extensions set up for you by the system administrator.
Usage of Station-Variable Forwarding
To use station-variable forwarding for all calls under all conditions: While your phone is idle, 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Scroll to More features? and select it. 3. Scroll to Call forwarding? and select it. FWD-ALL-BOTH - - - OFF is displayed. 4. Dial the number to which you want your calls forwarded. OR 1. Get a dial tone. 2. If you have a FORWARD key, press it. OR Dial
3. Dial the extension, or 9 and the outside number, to which you want your calls forwarded. 4. Hang up. The light next to your extension will now be flickering to signal the forwarding state of your phone. To cancel station-variable forwarding: While your phone is idle, 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Use the optiGuide display to scroll to More features? and select it. 3. Select Call forwarding?. FWD-ALL-BOTH - - - ON is displayed. 4. Scroll to Deactivate? and select it. OR 1. If you have a FORWARD key, press it. OR Get a dial tone and dial
2. Hang up. The light next to your extension will stop flickering.
Usage of Fixed Forwarding
Since your administrator sets up the fixed forwarding feature, you can only cancel fixed forwarding to restore it. To cancel Fixed Forwarding: Get a dial tone and dial To restore Fixed Forwarding: Get a dial tone and dial
9 0. 9 0.
Hold allows you to put a party on hold without disconnecting it. If you do not retrieve the call after a certain period of time (determined by the system administrator), your phone will ring. If it is an external call and you do not answer, the call is transferred to the operator. An internal call will ring until the caller hangs up.
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If you want to make another call after placing a call on hold, refer to Section Consultation, starting on page 17. To put a call on hold: 1. If you have a HOLD key, press it. The status light will start flashing to indicate you have a call on hold. OR Use the optiGuide display to scroll to Hold? and select it. 2. If you are using the handset, hang up. To reconnect: If you were using the handset for the call you put on hold, pick the handset up and the line key. If you were not using the handset for the call you put on hold, press the line key.
Last Number Redial
Last Number Redial allows you to quickly redial the last number you have dialed. This number can be any valid number, including numbers dialed during consultation calls or transfers. To redial the last number dialed: While the phone is idle, 1. If you have a LAST NUMBER REDIAL key, press it. OR Press the MENU key, then select Speed dial features? and then Last number redial?. OR Get a dial tone and LAST NUMBER REDIAL will display select it or dial 4.
Mailbox and PhoneMail
Your phone can be configured with a MAILBOX key, a PHONEMAIL key, or both. If your phone has only a MAILBOX key, then you can receive and manipulate phonemail messages and one reminder message. Note: A reminder message is a signal a caller can leave if his call is not answered or if there is a busy signal. Reminder messages are possible only if the called party has a MAILBOX key. If your phone has only a PHONEMAIL key, then you can receive and manipulate PhoneMail messages only; you cannot receive or manipulate reminder messages. If your phone has both a PHONEMAIL and a MAILBOX, access your PhoneMail through the PHONEMAIL key and the reminder messages through the MAILBOX key.
New messages turn on the light next to the key from which the message can be retrieved (MAILBOX or PHONEMAIL). To display messages: While the phone is idle, 1. If you have a MAILBOX key, press it. 2. Select All messages?, or Phonemail messages?, or Reminder messages?. The callers extension and the date and time of the call will be displayed. 3. To display any additional messages, scroll to Next entry? and select it. 4. To delete a displayed message, scroll to Delete? and select it. OR 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Scroll to Program/Service? and select it. 3. Scroll to Mailbox? and select it.
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4. Select All messages?, or Phonemail messages?, or Reminder messages?. The callers extension and the date and time of the call will be displayed. 5. To display any additional messages, scroll to Next entry? and select it. 6. To delete a displayed message, scroll to Delete? and select it.
Manipulating Reminder Messages
To answer a displayed message: Scroll to Call originator? and select it. The system calls back the party or system that left the message. When the party or system answers, the message is deleted. To leave a reminder message: When you make a call and receive a busy tone or no answer, scroll to Reminder message? and select it. The other partys MAILBOX status light turns on. If the other party has a display phone, the system will also leave a reminder message providing your name and the date and time of your call.
Manipulating PhoneMail Messages
If you have a PHONEMAIL key, press it and follow the prompts. If you have no PHONEMAIL key but a MAILBOX key, press it and follow the prompts.
Park allows you to move a call to an extension and hold it there without ringing that extension. You or another party can then retrieve the call from the extension. To park a call to another extension: 1. If you have a TRANSFER key, press it and dial Dial 6 and the extension where you want to park the call. OR Scroll to Park call?, select it, and dial the extension where you want to park the call. 2. Hang up. To retrieve a parked call: If the extension is on your phone: Press the line key next to the flashing status light.
If the extension is on another phone: 1. If you have a PICKUP key, press it. OR Get a dial tone and dial
2. Dial the extension where the call is parked. 3. Begin speaking.
The PhoneMail feature is explained in Section Mailbox and PhoneMail, starting on page 21.
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Pickup means to pick up (answer) a call at another extension. The call on the other extension can be ringing, on hold, queued, or parked. There are two pickup types: Station pickup lets you answer a call to any extension, but you must know the number of the extension. Group Pickup lets you answer a call to an extension in your pickup group (set up by your system administrator) even if you do not know the number of the extension that received the call.
Note: In general, members of a pickup group work in the same department or on the same project. To answer a call in your pickup group: If you have a PICKUP key, press it twice. OR Get a dial tone and dial
To answer a call ringing, on hold, queued, or parked at any extension (station pickup): 1. If you have a PICKUP key, press it. OR Dial tone and dial 4. Dial the extension.
Pick Up a Call and Add to Conference
This feature is most commonly used when you want to add calls to a conference in progress. The following calls can be added: A call alerting or ringing on your phone or another phone. A call on hold on your phone or on another phone. For example, a call holding on your office phone could be picked up and added to a conference call on the conference room phone. A call parked on another extension.
A call on busy standby queuing2 for another extension. A call on busy standby queuing for the line that you are using.
To pick up a call and add it to a conference: During a two-party call or a conference call: 1. If you have a PICKUP key, press it. OR Get a dial tone and dial
Note: The original (two-party or conference) call is placed on consultation hold. 2. Dial the extension where the call to be picked up is located. 3. If the picked up party is on busy standby queuing for your line, you will already be connected to it now. You do not have to dial an extension for it. OR If the picked up party wants to join the conference, press the CONFERENCE key. All parties will hear a conference tone to signal that another party has joined. OR If the picked up party does not want to join the conference, press the CLEAR key to return to the conference call. To toggle between the picked up party and the original call, press the CONNECT key. Note: You can also transfer, place on hold, place on consultation hold, or park a call you have picked up. (See Transfer on page 32, Hold on page 19, Connect on page 17, and Park on page 23.) To screen an incoming call before picking it up, put the conference on hold and answer the call. Then return to the conference and pick up the call.
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To dial using a station speed code: While the phone is idle, 1. If you have a STATION SPEED key, press it. 2. Dial the station speed code (0 through 9, or 00 through 29). OR 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Select Speed dial features?. 3. Scroll to Station speed dial? and select it. ENTER INDEX: will be displayed. 4. Dial the station speed dialing code (0 through 9, or 00 through 29). OR 1. Get a dial tone, dial
2. Dial the station speed code (0 through 9, or 00 through 29).
System Hold lets you move a call to a system slot (a temporary holding place) and hold it there. The call can then be retrieved from any extension. To place a call on system hold: 1. Press the TRANSFER key. You will hear the confirmation tone and dial tone. Dial 8. 2. Enter a slot number (0-9). If you hear a busy signal, try a different slot number. OR If you hear a fast busy signal, hang up. A fast busy signal means that all slots are full and you cannot place a call on system hold at this time.
To retrieve a call on system hold: 1. Get a dial tone. 2. If you have a SYSTEM HOLD key, press it. OR Dial
Dial the number of the system slot where the call is on system hold.
System Speed Dialing
Your system administrator may have set up company-wide speed dialing codes for frequently called outside numbers. Depending on the number of needed speed dialing codes, your administrator might have bundled codes into various groups (lists). For speed dialing, your administrator must: Provide you with one or two lists containing speed dialing codes. Explain to you which feature key to press to access a specific list.
To make a system speed dialing call: If you have one or two SYSTEM speed keys, select the one that connects you to the desired system speed codes list. OR 1. Press the MENU key. 2. Select Speed dial features?. 3. Scroll to System speed dial? and select it. You may have two system speed dial lists. ENTER INDEX: will be displayed. 4. Dial the system speed dialing code. OR 1. Get a dial tone, and dial 2 for the second list.
for the first list or 6
2. Dial the system speed code.
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Transfer allows you to move a call to another extension or if your system is set up accordinglyto an outside number. To transfer a call: During a call: 1. Ask the other party to hold. 2. If you have a TRANSFER key, press it. OR Select Start transfer? 3. Dial the extension or 9 and the outside number. 5. If you want, announce the caller when the party answers. 6. Hang up. The other parties will then be connected. To reconnect: Before hanging up, scroll to Release and return? and select it. This rejoins you to the original call and releases the party you are talking to. OR Scroll to Toggle/Connect? and select it. This rejoins you to the original call. Selecting Toggle/Connect again returns you to the second party.
Feature Access Codes
Table 4 denotes the default feature access codes. Ask your administrator whether some or all of these codes were changed. If so, ask for a listing of the currently correct codes. To access a feature using the key pad: If you have a dial tone, dial the feature access code. If you are already connected to another line, press the Transfer key, then dial the feature access code.
Table 4. Feature Access Codes (1 of 3) Feature Account Number Bad Line Reporting Busy Override Buzz Callback Request Cancel Changing Ring Tone Class of Service Restore Primary Return to Secondary Com Group Speaker Call Conference Remove Last Party Remove Specific Party Direct Trunk Select Forwarding, Fixed Request Cancel 4 Option Access Code 7 2
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Table 4. Feature Access Codes (2 of 3) Feature Forwarding, Variable Option All Busy Busy/Ring No Answer External Internal Ring No Answer Cancel Last Number Redial Mailbox Callback Message Leave Message Cancel Turn Off Light Park Pickup Group Station PIN Authorization Request Cancel Privacy Request Cancel Saved Number Redial Speaker Call, Fixed Speaker Call, One-Way Speaker Call, One-Way Broadcast 8 Access Code 3
Table 4. Feature Access Codes (3 of 3) Feature Station Hunt Option Prevent Allow Set Destination Clear Destination Station Speed Dialing System Hold System Speed-1 System Speed-2 Trace Call Universal Night Answer 3 Set Up Call Access Code 3
Looking for Help?
If you cannot find necessary instructions in this booklet or if your phone does not work as expected, you can: Ask your administrator for help. Ask your administrator for access to the optiPoint 500 Telephones Administrator Guide, G281-0758. This guide is written for the administrator and explains many features in more detail than this booklet does.
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FCC and Industry Canada Compliance
This section describes the requirements for compliance with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Industry Canada CS-03 standard.
FCC Certification and Requirements
The following paragraphs describe requirements and information based on FCC rules.
If you experience problem with the Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone, contact Siemens customer support at 1-800-8357656 for information on service and repairs. The telephone company can ask you to disconnect the equipment from the network until the problem is corrected or until you are sure that the equipment is not malfunctioning.
FCC Rules, Part 15
The Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone has been tested and complied with the limits for a class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, can cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference in the users expense.
FCC Rules, Part 68
1. FCC Part 68 Certification The Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone is certified with FCC under Part 68 as a component device for connection behind FCC Part 68 certified Siemens PBX systems. In order for the FCC certification of the Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone to be retained, all other products used in conjunction with the Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone must also be FCC Part 68 certified for use with the frontend terminal equipment. If any of these components are not certified, Siemens is required to obtain FCC Part 68 certification of the assembled equipment prior to connection to the telephone network. Part 68 certification requires Siemens to maintain this approval and as such are responsible for the following: Any component added to the Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone, whether it bears component certification or not, will require a Part 68 compliance evaluation. Siemens may need to test and make a modification filing to the FCC before that new component can be used; Any modification/update made to the Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone will require a Part 68 compliance evaluation. Siemens may need to test and make a modification filing to the FCC before that modified component can be used; Siemens optiPoint 500 telephone complies with and will continue to comply with all the applicable rules and regulations in Subpart D of the FCC Part 68 rules during the life-time of the product.
Equipment Attachment Limitations
The following are notices required by Industry Canada Terminal Attachment Program Certification Procedure CP01, Part I, Section 14.
Ringer Equivalence Number (REN)
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5. The REN is associated with the analog loop-start and ground-start telephones. It is not applicable to Siemens optiPoint 500 telephones.
The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requirement documents. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the users satisfaction.
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Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations. Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas. Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
OptiPoint 500 telephones are designed to facilitate access to the features of HiPath 3000/Hicom 150H and HiPath 4000/Hicom 300/300H. See the chapter on Startup for configuration information. The operating principle is characterized by three dialog keys, which in conjunction with the display, facilitate interactive user prompting. In addition, the key LED principle indicates activated functions. The numerous control functions are clearly laid out in submenus and can be read on the display (excluding "entry" model). Features can also be selected directly via the service key using a code. Important functions can be programmed on individual function keys.
Function keys with LEDs 12-key keypad 2 keys (plus/minus) Open listening Full duplex speakerphone mode Adapter slots USB 1.1 Interface Headset port (121 TR9-5) 3 dialog keys Display (characters) Display background lighting Interface for max. 2 key modules 2 key modules or 1 key module and 1 signature module Wall mounting
19 2 2 x 24
1 2 x x 24
1 2 x 24
optiPoint 500 telephones entry
Product Description optiPoint 500 Features at Hicom/HiPath
optiPoint 500 Features at Hicom/HiPath
Features when Connecting to Hicom and HiPath Optiset E IDs for telephones and options must be used when connecting optiPoint500 to one of the following systems:
HiPath AllServe 150 HiPath 3000 Hicom 150 E/150 H Hicom 150 E/H Office Hicom 300 E/300 H
optiset E/optiPoint 500 mixed mode possible at SLMO. optiset E/optiPoint 500 mixed mode possible for host/client configuration with phone adapters. PC connection via integrated USB 1.1 interface (excluding entry) and special USB (client) cables with right-angle plug. CTI applications based on CallBridge TU for TAPI 2.1 available free of charge on the intranet (prerequisite: Windows 98 SE or Windows 2000). In optiPoint 500 advance, only 12 of the 19 Hicom/HiPath function keys are configurable. The remaining function keys can however be assigned destination call numbers via the optiPoint menu.
Additional Features when Connecting optiPoint 500 to HiPath 4000
Support for the new optiPoint 500 IDs Additional ring tones (16 instead of 8) Call acceptance/cleardown function for cordless headsets Mobile station for optiPoint signature module Busy lamp/door-opener control via a programmable key Adjustable display contrast (4 levels)
The BLF is a key module for optiPoint 500 and 600 that can be connected to the telephone over an 8-pin RJ45 communications port. It can be used in the HiPath 3000/Hicom 150E/H and HiPath AllServe 150 systems and has the same functions as the existing BLF on optiset E telephones.
The BLF on the basic, standard and advance models allows phone numbers and functions to be saved (e.g. callback, conference, last number redial, etc.) It has
90 function keys, 90 LEDs for visual signaling of the activated functions and keys.
The BLF has its own local power supply. If you want to connect two BLFs, you need only one local power supply for them both (i.e. the power supply of the first BLF can be used for the second BLF as well). The BLF uses the same power supply (power supply unit 2x35V) and connector as the optiPoint 500 a/b adapter (also see chapter Accessories --> Mains adapter). The output of power supply must be connected directly with the optiPoint BLF.
Power supply to BLF
When connecting the BLF the configuration should be checked to ensure that it corresponds with the telephones/auxiliary modules which are connected.
Connection to the Terminal
The following connection configurations A - D are possible:
optiPoint 500 Phone optiPoint BLF
optiPoint 500 Phone optiPoint BLF optiPoint BLF
optiPoint 500 Phone optiPoint Key Module optiPoint BLF
optiPoint 500 Phone optiPoint Key Module optiPoint BLF optiPoint BLF
You can also connect the BLF to the terminal first in combination C and D in connection with a key module.
With releases lower than 3.0, it is not possible to use an optiPoint 500 advance with the connection configurations C and D.
Interface Description: MW8/8 (RJ45)
Pin 1 side car CS
Pin 2 SPI master out/slave in
Pin 3 nc
Pin 4 + 3,3V
Pin 5 nc
Pin 6 DGND
SPI clock SPI master in/ slave out
optiPoint 500 signature module (HiPath 4000 only)
The optiPoint 500 signature module is a chip card reader add-on device for the basic, standard and advance models. The key module is a simple option for upgrading an existing telephone to chip card technology.
I2C Bus Memory Cards Customized, programmable I2C cards are required for using signature modules. These can be obtained from Siemens AG: Rainer.email@example.com (see Section 9.3)
Product Description Accessories
Accessories External Speaker/Desk Microphone
These parts feature magnetic shielding to protect magnetic data media and monitors as well as a device to protect against incoming radiation for electromagnetic compatibility (especially in conjunction with mobile phones). To avoid feedback, position the desk microphone and the external speaker as far away from each other as possible.
Each telephone/key module is supplied with:
general user information sourcing options for user/installation instructions (a printed version of the user instructions can be ordered and is subject to charges). Safety information two emergency call number labels a label strip (neutral) for each model.
For each system order/upgrade, a CD-ROM for is supplied to the administrator via the PC network for provision to the user (available in 7 languages):
electronic user instructions, brief instruction key labeling tool for the user (Word) installation instructions for all options additional system-specific instructions (optiset E, Cordless E, etc.)
Further CDs can be ordered at a charge. Up-to-date documents (CD contents) on the Internet: www.hipath.com
Online Key Labeling Tool
This tool is used for labeling the optiPoint 500 telephone keys. It offers:
key labeling with user-specified text or a selection from the features lists printing of a PDF file on company paper with cutting marks or on pre-cut key labeling sheets (ordered via Witten).
optiPoint key labeling sheet order units include:
40 pre-cut sheets for basic/standard/advance (for every 5 telephones) 10 pre-cut sheets for entry (for every 15 telephones)
Order Number A31003-H8400-B990-*-6Z19
Wall brackets can be used for all optiPoint 500 telephones, apart from with add-on devices, if a USB 1.1 interface or an adapter is plugged in.
Product Description Technical Data
Technical Data Asset ID
All telephones have a 32-bit asset ID, which is an electronically encoded serial number that is set in the factory during final inspection. This number, combined with the phone ID (telephone type), clearly identifies the telephone. The asset ID is stored in four bytes, each composed of eight bits. Significance of the bit field Year 4 bits 32 MSB*
* MSB = most significant bit ** LSB = least significant bit
Week 6 bits
Day 3 bits
Design 3 bits
Factory 2 bits
Test bay 2 bits
Serial no. 12 bits LSB** 1
Environmental conditions apply to all optiPoint telephones, adapters and key modules: Ambient temperature Operation Transport (short-term) Storage Table 2-7 5C to 40C -40C to +70C -5C to +45C Environmental conditions Relative humidity 5% to 85% 95% at 45C 5% to 95%
The transmission range with a 0.6 mm PVC cable is at least 1,000 meters (100 meters from primary to client device). The feeding range can be checked via the optiPoint menu item "Service", "Line Test". This test activates all LEDs for 3 or 5 seconds (depending on the system type), turns on the ringer for 1 second, and blanks the display. Detailed range data for the individual cable types can be found in the ICN TI Hicom 150 E/ Hicom 300 E and in the ICCS Manual, Volume 2 (order no.: A30951-V6200-*-7620/Lieferzentrum Frth).
Startup Date and Time Indicator
Keypad Polling The software polling cycle time is 32 ms. After determining that a key was pressed, the telephone does not poll any other keys until the user releases the pressed key. Pressing the Plus/Minus Key Simultaneously A specific feature can be configured in Hicom/HiPath (e.g. volume control) when the plus and minus keys are pressed at the same time.
Date and Time Indicator
All optiPoint 500 telephones with displays (economy, basic, standard, advance) have a date/ time indicator. As indicated in CorNet-TS, the telephone only maintains the clock, while Hicom/HiPath are responsible for setting the time, activating the telephone to display the time, and controlling the call duration timer.
Startup Ports on the Underside of the Telephone
Ports on the Underside of the Telephone
When changing or expanding an existing configuration, first unplug the host, connect the extension, and then plug the host back in.
RJ45 jack for
key modules or signature modules
RJ11 Hicom jacks
Above: RJ8 headset (advance only) Below: RJ8 handset
1 x basic and standard 2 x advance Jacks on the underside of the telephone (optiPoint 500 advance)
Startup Telephone Tests
Accessing the Telephone Test The telephone test is started by pressing the "service key" and entering the "code number".
Tests run for approx. 10 s. These are followed by a timeout. Tests can be stopped at any time by pressing the pound key Code Menu text number LED Screen Keys Audio 941 Speaker 942 Handset 943 Ringer volume 944 Ringer pitch 945 Alerting tone 946 Speakerphone mode 940 Back Asset ID Software version Feeding range Back Action after pressing OK Start the LED test Start the screen tests Start the key test Go to the audio test/submenu Test the speaker volume (7 levels) Test the handset volume (7 levels) Change the ringer volume (7 levels) Change the ringer pitch (7 levels) Change the volume of the alerting tone (7 levels) Handsfree function (3 levels): normal, loud, noisy room Return to the audio test Display the asset ID Display the telephone SW version Start the feeding range test Return to the telephone test.
Telephone test for HiPath 4000/Hicom 300 H
optiPoint 500 Models with Display (economy, basic, standard and advance)
You can browse and display individual tests in the Service menu. Display individual call numbers Activate LEDs and calls. Display showing if power supply is sufficient if sufficient power is being supplied, a light grey pixel pattern is visible
optiPoint 500 basic, standard and advance block diagram
Private Network Termination Units
PNT 520 S0-Bus 8 up to 8 telephones 2 max. 8 Endgerte set 551 UP0
optiset E ISDN adapter S0 optiset E
Video communication Video-Kommunikation
S0-Bus 8 up to 88 Endgerte 2 max. telephones PNT (PNTQ) UP0 (U2B1Q)
S0 PNT E PC mit ISDN card PC with ISDN-Karte
UP0/E optiset E
optiset E distance adapter
Private network termination units
Private network termination units convert the two-wire UP0/UP0/E and U2B1Q subscriber interfaces of the HiPath system to the users four-wire S0 interface.
Private Network Termination Units PNT Private Network Termination
PNT Private Network Termination
PNT converts the two-wire UP0 interface to the four-wire S0 interface and extends the range. This gives you the advantages of the S0 and S0 bus interfaces at great distances from the Hicom system (connecting up to eight telephones and using fewer cables and system ports). The desktop model can also be mounted on the wall. Power is supplied by an optiset E local power supply unit.
PNT E Private Network Termination
The PNT E converts the two-wire UP0/E interface to the S0 interface to connect up to two S0 terminals (such as a PC and fax) to Hicom. A local power supply is available for the PNT E if the connected devices need to receive power from the S0 interface.
PNT Q Private Network Termination
PNT Q converts the two-wire U2B1Q interface to the four-wire S0 interface and extends the range. This gives you the advantages of the S0 and S0 bus interfaces at great distances from the Hicom system (connecting up to eight telephones and using fewer cables and system ports).
Distance Adapter (UCON S and M) at Hicom 300/300 E and HiPath 4000
Distance adapters increase the optiPoint 500 telephone range from 1,000 m to a total of 8,000 m, depending on the cable type. The range between the optiPoint 500 distance adapter and telephone is limited to 100 m (depending on the cable type and diameter). To connect this adapter, an SLMQ line card (U2B1Q interface, 16 ports) with LAP-S and CorNetTS must be provided in Hicom 300/300 E. Power is supplied to the distance adapter via a local power supply unit. An 8-pin RJ 45 plug is used as the mains power supply. This is the same as the plug used for PNT. The stacked UCON S or M housing is suitable for desktop installation or mounting on the wall. Distance Adapter S (single) - UCON S UCON S has a 6-pin RJ 11 entry and exit port. It serves as the connection between an optiPoint 500 telephone and its options via the U2B1Q interface (2-wire). Distance Adapter M (multiple) - UCON M UCON M is available via four 6-pin RJ 11 entry (4x U2B1Q) and exit interfaces (4x UP0/E). This adapter is used for connecting four telephones and their options.
Ringing, alerting, and key tones are switched to the basic speaker (and not to the external speaker port). You can use the volume keys on the telephone to adjust the volume level of both the internal and external speakers. You can also use the volume control on the external amplifier to adjust the volume of the external speaker.
Y cable MW8/8
for connecting speaker and microphone RJ45 Floating contact (MW6/6)
Pin assignments, Desk Microphone and External Speaker: MW 8/8 Pin 1 +U Pin 2 GND Pin 3 NF Pin 4 Sens Pin 5 LS_SENS Pin 6 LSP Pin 7 NC Pin 8 DGND
External Speaker: Internal resistance: Level (with PCM -20dBm): Sense lead to GND:
0 ohms; 10 F -4.8 dBm (at volume level 8; 0.775 V = 0 dBm) Int. speaker deactivated, active for ringer only
Desk Microphone: Input level -50 dBm: Input resistance: Sense lead to GND: Pin assignment Headset: MW 8/8 Pin 1 TX Pin 2 GND Pin 3 TX_AUD Pin 4 RX_AUD Pin 5 RX_AUD Pin 6 TX_AUD Pin 7 Pin 8 RX_BUS -12 dBm PCM signal 150k parallel with 220 nF in series with 36K Internal microphone deactivated
The electrical values comply with FTZ 121TR9-5. Pin assignment Floating contact: MW6/6 Pin 1 NA Pin 2 ACT1 Pin 3 RING Pin 4 RING Pin 5 ACT2 Pin 6 NA
Electrical Requirements of the Headset
The electrical values comply with FTZ 121TR9-5 Audio transmission from one headset is routed to the other headset (recommended by Plantronics). The way in which this option interacts with the telephone and the CS is described by the CorNet-TS layer 3 specification for Symphony. The CS can detect a headset after it has been plugged into this option. Microphone (Elektret interface): Max. current: Supply voltage: Series resistance: 400 A 5 V10% 5 k10% 150 10% 13 dB2.5dB
Audio converter: Impedance: EBD:
In addition, the acoustic adapter also provides two floating contacts. This allows the control of a busy lamp and a secondary bell. 1. First contact (PIN 2 and 3) This signals the active telephone states:
Handset offhook/trunk key activated Speaker on/headset active
An external lamp can be used to indicate these states. When the lamp lights up, one of the above-mentioned states is active. However you cannot provide a separate lamp for each of this states. The lamp receives power from an external source rather than from the telephone itself. However, to prevent this lamp from causing irreversible damage to the optiset telephone or optiset contact adapter, the power supply must range from 24 volts to a maximum of 60 volts, and the lamp itself should not exceed 5 watts. (You can, of course, connect a relay instead of the lamp, taking care not to exceed the connection values mentioned above). 2. Second contact (PIN 4 and 5) This provides the ring input status. This contact can provide an external signaling mechanism when the telephone rings. This is important when connecting a secondary bell or similar device. Once again, observe the electrical connection values for this connector as well (24 V - 60 V, 5 W; do not connect an inductive load without surge protection). However, you can also connect a relay instead of the lamp, with this relay then controlling the 220 V secondary bell.
The busy display and door opener functions cannot take place simultaneously. The door opener function is currently only applicable for HiPath 4000 (later also for HiPath 3000 V4.0).
Contact Load Both contacts can carry the following load: 5 W with 24 V a.c. or 60 V d.c.
Option Adapters and Ports optiPoint 500 Analog Adapters
optiPoint 500 Analog Adapters
This type of adapter is used for connecting an analog terminal (e.g. telephone, group 3 fax, modem, cordless telephone) to the system telephone.
A local power supply unit is required when using an analog adapter. Only DTMF terminals can be connected to an analog adapter (no dial pulsing). MW6/6 Pin 1 NC Pin 2 NC Pin 3 TIP + Pin 4 RING Pin 5 NC Pin 6 NC
The connected analog equipment can use this interface to send and receive calls independently of the voice call status of the basic device, provided that a B channel is available. During adapter initialization, country-specific information (such as impedance and flash signal duration) is loaded. You can connect an external ringer (secondary bell for the telephone) via TA a/b. The AC bell, which can be connected instead of an analog terminal, is treated like a "physical device" (source) and receives signals from the system. Administration is in MULAP form.
Standard analog interface for analog telephones cordless telephones fax machines or other analog equipment with an analog interface
Supply current 30 mA Busy signal if both B-channel lines are busy Ring sequence: 2.2 Supports only DTMF with flash No ground signaling allowed MW 6/4 (RJ11/8) connector
The adapter does not support the following functions:
Voice mail servers with analog interface Message waiting LED Dictation equipment Speaker Announcement device (such as start/stop) Screen keys (PC connected to RS232) and A, B, C, D keys on the enhanced telephone.
Telephone active: Ringer on:
Handset off-hook, speakerphone mode, open listening, headset active Contact opens and closes with the ring cadence
Option Adapters and Ports optiPoint 500 ISDN Adapter
optiPoint 500 ISDN Adapter
1k in series with 10F -23dBm at a PCM level of -10 dBm
Recorder port: MW 6/4 Pin 1 NC 2 NF+ 3 NF+ 4 NF 5 NF 6 NA
Ports 2 and 3 and ports 4 and 5 are connected to each other. Recorder port 123456
Electrical Requirements Headsets that are connected to the headset plus adapter must meet the same requirements as those connected to the headset adapter. Recorders that are connected to the headset plus adapter must meet the following requirements:
Input impedance: Frequency variation: Beep level: Max. input level:
>10 kohm 300 to 3,000 Hz 3 dB -26 dBm to -18 dBm with a 600-ohm load 650 mVeff from a 600-ohm source
The headset plus adapter already contains an electrical isolator for the recorder port.
2-wire to 1000 m UP0E to Hicom
4-wire UP0E to 100 m
MWxx wall outlet Plastic clamps Local power supply unit RJ 11 RJ 45 Line cord connecting cord, line cord (of telephones)
MWxx wall outlet
Local power supply unit
optiPoint 500 with phone adapter
Bu 1 Bu 2
Plug- transparent green Line cord, twisted (1:1 assignment) Ferrule
Connector to telephone (transparent green)
- a b +
Connection example: host, SPA, Client, 2 SNG - Power supply unit dependent on the configuration
Option Adapters and Ports Port Overview
Pin Nr 15 16
Up0 MW6/4 not asse LGND Up0_La Up0_La AUX+ not asse
HA MW4/4 MIN1(DGND) HAP HAN MIP1+
Phone HS Side out MW4/4 MW8/8 MIN2(DGND) MRST HSP DGND HSN SCLK MIP2+ (RX_INCA) (TX_INCA) SPI_CS +3V3 MTSR
Bay out B2B LPWR+ LGND APWR+ not asse not asse DGND DCL +3V3 DD OPT_RESN DU FSC SCLK MTSR MRST OPT_CSN
USB USB Typ B USB_VCC DD+ DGND
not asse nc (xx_xx) res
not assembled not connected connection only during developement reserved
Pin Nr 7 8
ISDN S0 MW8/8 nc nc SR1 SX1 SX2 SR2 nc nc
Slave Up0 MW6/6 nc AUXUp0Up0+ AUX+ nc
Analog a/b MW6/6 nc nc TIP+ RING nc nc
Recorder 2-nd Ear Record MW4/4 MW6/6 nc nc HOP RECP HON RECP nc RECN RECN nc
Audio MW8/8 MIC_POW+ MIC_DGND MIP MIC_SENSN LS_SENSN LSP (BOOT) AGND
Akustik Head MW8/8 cod HS_RXD DGND MIN HSP HSN MIP+ +3V3 HS_TXD
Key Contact MW6/6 ACT1 ACT2 RING1 RING2 Side in MW8/8 MTSR +3V3 SC_CS (VPP) (RESETN) SCLK DGND MRST Side Out MW8/8 MRST DGND SCLKO nc nc CS_OUT +3V3 MTSR
Leads to Administration page (via Administrator Login if necessary)
Perform login for initial administration.
The password is 123456. For data protection reasons, the password should be changed after it has been entered.
optiPoint IPadapter administrator login
Leads to requested page if password OK, otherwise this page again
Leads to home page
The Administration mask appears.
General Information Administrator settings Load (download from file server) application Load (download from file server) configuration Save (upload to file server) configuration Save (upload to file server) history information View history information Restart terminal Diagnostics Change administrator password
Click General Information to check the MAC address and the file transfer status.
General information MAC address: Versions: BIOS: Application: Web content: File transfer status: Last Application download 11:23, 5 Oct 1999 Configuration download Configuration upload 9:05, 1 Oct 1999 never Status failed OK 0.20 0.21.1 0.16 76:A1:45:09:1D:02
Return to Administration
This page shows the MAC address, the versions of the various software components and the status of the last data transfer action between the data server and the optiPoint IPadapter.
"BIOS" contains the initialization software and factory test. "Application" contains the software with all the administrator functions for the optiPoint IPadapter. This component can be updated via file transfer (configured on the website). "Web content" contains information on the version of the web interface. Return to the Administration mask and click Administrator settings.
IP address and routing CorNet TC parameters Speech parameters File transfer FTP username & password
Click IP address and routing and enter the following addresses:
IP address and subnet mask of OIP-2, the IP address of the IP partner --> HG1500 V1.0 (Xpress@LAN) or optiPoint IPadapter in "peer-to-peer" mode)
WARNING Changing any of these parameters will require to subsequently restart the terminal to activate the new values IP address and routing
IP address: 10.144.233.62 Subnet mask: 255.0.0.0 IP partner address: 0.0.0.0
IP Routing: Default gateway: 0.0.0.0 Route 1: 0.0.0.0 Gateway 1: 0.0.0.0 Mask 1: 255.0.0.0 Route 2: 0.0.0.0 Gateway 2: 0.0.0.0 Mask 2: 255.0.0.0
FTP parameter File server path Table 7-2 FTP parameters
Default empty field
The default setting for Action on submit is "No transfer" every time you open this mask. The following error messages appear if incorrect entries are made: Cause of fault wrong file server IP address file server not availlable wrong file name for download invalid file name Table 7-3 Error messages Fault description No connection to server No connection to server No file on server No Access on server
12. Go to "FTP username & password" and enter the appropriate values for file transfer.
FTP username & password Username: fred New password: ************* Confirm new password: ************* Submit Reset
The fields displayed are empty each time you log into this page. The following errors may occur:
When blanks are inserted in the Username field (not permitted!) "The submitted data contained an error: Invalid Username When various new passwords are entered
"The submitted data contained an error: Inconsistent confirmation password"
When an invalid password is entered to the "New password" field (at least one character must be entered) "The submitted data contained an error: Invalid new password"
13. Now return to the Administration mask and select Load (download from fileserver) application or Load (download from fileserver) configuration to download an appropriate application or configuration from a file server.
Load (download from fileserver) application
This operation will FTP a new application program file from a fileserver according to the details in the File transfer page. After the application is downloaded it will be validated. If valid, the new file will replace the existing program file and the terminal will auto-restart. Download
FTP Settings: Server: 220.127.116.11 Filename: OIP_1_0.app Path: c:\ Account: oip
During the download, the following message is shown on the terminal display: OIP: Download started. OIP: Programming. OIP: Restart.
Load (download from fileserver) configuration
This operation will FTP a new configuration file from a fileserver according to the details in the File transfer page. After the configuration data is downloaded it is required to subsequently restart the terminal to activate the new values.
When various new passwords are entered "The submitted data contained an error: Inconsistent confirmation password"
IP Adapter Administration via optiPoint 500
Administration via optiPoint 500
Telephone-based administration is only possible at optiPoint terminals with display (i.e. not with entry, basic and signature).
Note: Only IPadapters on the telephone side may be administrated with optiset E. With IPadapters on the system side, initial administration (configuration of the LAN parameters) can be implemented via optiset E. However once the operation mode on the system side is switched, administration is only possible via a web browser.
If, however, you want to connect a telephone without display, then administration must first be performed with a display telephone. This telephone can then be disconnected. The administration operation is menu-driven, i.e. all available settings are listed on the terminals display. You can navigate between the various settings with the dialog keys. Once you have made all settings, select Start phone?. The Administration mask closes and a connection between the terminal and the system is set up. Once optiset E has been started, you can only access the Administration menu again by unplugging and reconnecting the line (booting the IPadapter). Fault signaling: Faults that occur when operating the optiPoint IPadapter are displayed as follows:
a short signal tone is emitted all available LEDs on the terminals begin flashing.
If the terminal has a display, an appropriate error message appears on the display. If multiple faults occur at the same time, the fault with the highest priority is displayed (see the following diagram).
NO DHCP response Press any key?
Ping to Gateway failed Press any key? > Ping to Partner failed Press any key? > Generic socket error Press any key? TC Login Error Press any key?
Error connecting partner Press any key? > Unknown Error Press any key?
Faults shown on optiPoint display
Once a fault occurs, press any key on the terminal to open the optiPoint IPadapter administration menu. You can resolve the fault there by modifying the appropriate settings. If a parameter is invalid or not set correctly, the following error messages are also displayed for the configuration setting: CFG error Oxnnnn Example: If an invalid Partner_IP address is entered or if the partner IP address is not set, the following error code appears: 0x1000 (see figure below)
Operation mode: phone-side?
Operation mode: system-side?
system-side cannot be undone - Change anyway?>
Operation mode: abort?
IP Adapter Configuration Examples
When you restart the computer, the IPadapter is set to "phone-side" by default as on optiPoint 500.
Configuring the optiPoint IPadapter (peer to peer) for connection to HG 1500 (Xpress@LAN) with Hicom 150 Office Configuring the IPadapter at Hicom:
The IP address must be configured using a telephone with display if a DHCP server is not available when putting the IPadapter into service for the first time (see Section "Administration via optiset E"). The adapter can then be accessed via the Web Client:
Adapter IP address
Partner IP address (HG 1500 IP address) HG 1500 cannot be configured via the WEB interface. Figure 7-7 WEB access to the IPadapter
Click Administration. The administrator password must be entered.
The IP address, default gateway, etc. are set here. Figure 7-8 WEB page administration
Enter the following addresses: IP address, subnet mask, IP partner address and default gateway.
Configuration of the default gateway (the def. gateway must always be entered, even if it is in the same subnet). This is usually the same as the HG 1500 IP ad-
Partner IP address (the IP address for the HG 1500 - LAN interface in this case).
IP address and routing
Configuration in HG 1500 and Office:
In HG 1500, a voice client is configured for the optiPoint IPadapter in the same way as for Opticlient 130 (see also the HG 1500 Service Manual). The phone number for the IPadapter must already be available in Office. The optiPoint IPadapter phone number must be activated as the TFA Client after configuration in HG 1500 (see following screenshot).
Settings in Assistant Office
Configuring the optiPoint IPadapter (peer to peer) for connection to the UP0E port of Hicom 150 E and Hicom 300E
Configuring the IPadapter at Hicom:
Adapter IP address Subscriber phone number Hicom side or Optiset side Partner IP address (this is the IPadapter IP address) phone-side
optiPoint IPadapter homepage
The IP address, default gateway, etc. are set here. Figure 7-12 WEB page administration
Enter the following addresses: IP address, subnet mask, IP partner address and default gateway. Configuration of the default gateway (the def. gateway must always be entered, even if it is in the same subnet). Partner IP address (the IPadapter IP address in this case) phone-side
Configuring the optiPoint IPadapter on the optiset E.
The same procedure is adopted for the configuration of optiPoint IPadapter on the optiPoint 500 (phone-side) except that in each case, the other IP address is entered as the IP address and IP partner address.
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