LCD display - monochrome
As the basic model of the snom business telephone family, the snom 300 fulfils the most important requirements of VoIP telephony and additionally offers numerous functions that are indispensable in the business world.
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VoIP Business Phone
Quick Installation Kurzanleitung
2006 snom technology AG All rights reserved. Version 1.00
snom technology AG Gradestr. Berlin, Germany
Note to the reader
This is a quick guide to the installation and operation of the snom 300. The full manual is available on our web page, www.snom.com/wiki.
2006 snom technology Aktiengesellschaft. All Rights Reserved. This document is supplied by snom technology AG. No part of this document may be reproduced, republished or retransmitted in any form or by any means whatsoever, whether electronically or mechanically, including, but not limited to, by way of photocopying, recording, information recording or through retrieval systems, without the express written permission of snom technology AG. snom technology AG reserves the right to revise this document and make changes at any time and without the obligation to notify any person and/ or entity of such revisions and/or changes. Product specications contained in this document are subject to change without notice.
Table of Content
Note to the reader... 2
Delivery Content.. 5 Safety Information... 5 Power supply.... 5 Setting up the Phone.. 6 Wall Mounting... 7 Cleaning... 9
Connecting the phone...11 Keypad...13 Initialization...17
Booting... 17 Selecting the language... 17 DHCP Conguration.. 17 Setting the IP Address... 18 Setting the Netmask... 18 Setting the IP Gateway.. 18 Setting the DNS Server... 19 Selecting the Tone Scheme... 19 Selecting the Timezone... 19 Logging on the rst account.. 20
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Please check whether the delivery contains the following parts: Base unit with display and keypad Handset Handset cable Power supply Paper template
Please read the following safety notices before installing or using your snom phone. They are crucial for the safe and reliable operation of the device.
The snom 300 is powered by the external 5-V power supply included in the package. Other power supplies may cause damage to the phone, affect its behavior or induce noise.
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S N O M
U I C K
Setting up the Phone
Your snom 300 is delivered with the footstand (shaded light gray in Fig. 1) attached to the phones bottom shell in the position for desktop placement. Place the snom 300 on an even, horizontal surface that gives the rubber pads a secure grip. Do not place it on carpets or other materials containing bers that could block the air vents and cause overheating. Connect one end of the handset cable to the handset and the other end to the jack labeled on the phones bottom shell. Clip the handset cord into the groove on the bottom shell of the phone, as shown in Fig. 1.
It is also possible to mount the snom 300 on the wall. In order to do this, detach the footstand from the bottom shell and attach it in the appropriate position for wall mounting, as described in steps 1 through 4, below.
Make sure that the handset cord has been clipped correctly into the groove on the bottom shell of the phone, as shown in Fig. 1. Failure to clip the cord into the groove may result in damage to the cord when the footstand is attached in the position for wall mounting.
Turn the phone upside down (Fig. 2). Please, ensure that you do not damage the display and that you do not drop the receiver. You may want to hold the phone in your lap or have a second person hold it.
Lightly press the snap-ts of the footstand inwards and, at the same time, tilt the footstand backwards and lift it from its anchorage in the mounting holes (Fig. 3).
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Rotate the footstand 180 around its vertical axis.
Insert the outside, rear snap-ts into the mounting holes on the bottom shell (Fig. 4, arrow no. 1). Tilt the footstand forward and downward until the snapts snap into place in the mounting holes (arrow no. 2). Please, make sure that the four snap-ts have securely snapped into the holes before mounting the phone on the wall.
The delivery includes a template to be used for marking the position of the holes to be drilled in the wall. Use wall plugs, if necessary, and screws with half-round head proles (diameters of screws dmax= 4.5 mm (0.177), diameters of heads dmax=8 mm (0.315)). The screws must protrude approx. 0.5 cm (0.197) from the wall for easy wall mounting of the phone.
Adjusting the Handset Rest for Wall Mounting The speaker of the handset has a small, rectangular indentation that ts over the rounded end of the plastic tab inserted into a slot on the top shell of the phone. When the phone is mounted on the wall, the handset must be placed on this rounded end to ensure that it will not fall off. Slide the tab out of the slot, as shown in Fig. 5, rotate it 180, and slide it back into the slot, as shown in Fig. 6.
To clean the snom 300, use an anti-static cloth. Please avoid cleaning liquids as they might damage the surface or the internal electronics of the phone.
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Connecting the phone
Plug the Ethernet (network) cable into the RJ45 connector labeled NET and plug the other end into the network side to establish a data link. The second RJ45 connector, labeled PC, is for daisychaining further Ethernet devices without the need for a second Ethernet connection line. Insert the plug of the power supply into the connector labeled DC 5V and hook up the casing into the mains. If you want to use a headset, connect it to the RJ audio jack labeled on the bottom shell of the phone. Fig. 7 shows the connected phone with the footstand attached in the position for desktop placement. Fig. 8 shows the connected phone with the footstand attached in the position for wall mounting.
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Navigation key - for navigation within the display menu and the phone book ENTER key - to conrm actions, selections and inputs CANCEL key - to cancel actions or input LED for MWI (message waiting indication) Adjusts the volume (lower/higher) Turns the casing speaker on/off
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The numeric keypad with the keys 0 to 9, *, and # is used to enter digits and letters. Depending on the operating mode, different actions can be performed (see the table below): Entry of digits only (e.g., when dialing a phone number) Typing in letters and digits by pressing the keys repeatedly (similar to a cellular phone), etc.
Depending on the operating mode, the keys can have contextspecic meanings which are described in the manual.
The keys of the numeric block in different operating modes:
Key Digits # or. after time-out Lower case (SPC)_0 Upper case (SPC)_0
. @ 1 , ? ! -. @ 1 , ? ! /():;&%*#+<=>$ /():;&%*#+<=>$ abc2 def3 ghi4 jkl5 mno6 pqrs7$ tuv8 wxyz9 ABC2 DEF3 GHI4 JKL5 MNO6 PQRS7$ TUV8 WXYZ9 Number guessing
Toggles upper and lower case, when pressed briey. Locks the keyboard when pressed for a few seconds, as indicated by a small lock symbol in the lower right corner of the display; pressing the key again for a few seconds will unlock the keyboard.
The six keys with LEDs on the right side of the keypad are programmable function keys onto which different functionalities can be mapped. The default mappings are:
Key Description Trunk lines 1 & 2. An incoming call is indicated by the fast-blinking LED of the trunk line. To pick it up, press the corresponding key. To put the call on hold, press the key again. To pick up a call on hold, as indicated by the slow-blinking LED, press the corresponding key. Redial Opens the phone book. Use the navigation key to scroll within the phone book. Call transfer. Announced transfer: Put the call on hold as described above and dial the number it is to be transferred to. When the phone is answered, press the TRANSFER key. Blind transfer: With the caller on the line, press the TRANSFER key, then dial the phone number the call is to be transferred. to and press
Mute microphone (on/off)
The booting process comprises a series of different conguration steps that set up the phone for future use by any user.
Selecting the language
The default language setting is English. After startup the phone offers you the option to select the language of your choice. To change to a different language, use the or keys and press to conrm.
If your network supports DHCP, press appears: when this screen
The phone has a built-in DHCP client. It will receive an IP address and other network-related settings (Netmask, IP gateway, DNS server) from the DHCP server. If your network does not support DHCP, press when the above screen appears. The user will subsequently be asked for the following settings:
Setting the IP Address
The user can provide a static IP address for the phone if DHCP is not used. A valid IP address appropriate to the network in which the phone is being used can be provided.
The following edit functions are available for the editing of the IP address and the following congurations: Clear present setting Move cursor to the right Backspace and delete sign to the left of the cursor Move cursor to the left Conrm input
Setting the Netmask
Similarly, the user will be asked to provide a netmask. entering the information, conrm with. After
Setting the IP Gateway
If a valid netmask has been provided, the user will be asked for the IP address of the IP gateway. After entering the information, conrm with.
Setting the DNS Server
The last item for this series of network-related congurations is the IP address for the DNS server. After entering the information, conrm with.
Selecting the Tone Scheme
The user will then be asked for the tone scheme to be used on the phone. After moving the cursor with the navigation key to the tone scheme you wish to use, conrm with.
Selecting the Timezone
The timezone to be used on the phone can also be selected by moving through the different timezone options available in the menu and pressing to conrm your selection.
If the settings explained above are set up properly, the phone will ask for the rst account registration.
Logging on the rst account
If no number is assigned to the phone yet, you will be prompted to type in your account name. Navigation key mapping: Move cursor to the left
Change edit mode (123 for numerals, abc for small letters, ABC for capital letters) Move cursor to the right Backspace and delete sign to the left of the cursor Conrm entry
The phone will then try to guess the correct registrar. If the registrar shown on the display is incorrect, please correct the information. The screen might show something like this:
Conrm by pressing to use ENUM.
. You will then be asked whether you want
Press if you wish to use ENUM or , if you do not. If you have chosen ENUM, you will be asked for the country code (e.g., 1 for the US) and the area code (e.g., 802 for Vermont). ENUM means that a conventional E.164 number (normal phone numbers) is mapped to a SIP URI so that a pure IP call can be started instead of an IP/PSTN call. Regarding ENUM see also our white paper ENUM on snom phones.
Enter the codes and conrm with
The phone tries to register your given account name at the given registrar. The idle screen appears. Your registration has been successful if the identity you have just congured is shown in the top line. If, however, the letters NR are shown instead, the registration has not been successful.
When the time server has been successfully contacted, the time is also shown on the display.
The complete manual is available on our web page, www.snom.com/wiki.
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Installation 5 IP Address 18 IP Gateway 18
Call transfer 15 Cleaning 9 Connecting the phone 11
DHCP 17 DNS Server 19
Language 17 LEDs 15 LED for MWI 13
ENTER key 13
Manual 21 Mute microphone 15
Netmask 18 Numeric block 14 snom technology AG 23
Numeric keypad 14
Wall mounting 6
Open phone book 15
Power supply 5
Safety Information 5 Setting up the Phone 6
Timezone 19 Tone scheme 19 Transfer.15
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|Product Type||VoIP phone|
|Conference Call Capability||3-way|
|Function Buttons||Mute button, hold button|
|Programmable Buttons Qty||6|
|Additional Functions||Call timer|
|Additional Features||Built-in web server|
|Main Features||Integrated Ethernet switch|
|Voice Codecs||G.722, G.723.1, G.729a, G.711u, G.711a, G.726|
|Lines Supported||6 lines|
|IP Address Assignment||DHCP, static|
|Network Protocols||IP, TCP, UDP, HTTP|
|Network Ports Qty||2 x Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX|
|Phone Directory Capacity||100 names & numbers|
|Call Log Capacity||100 numbers|
|Type||LCD display - monochrome|
|Connections||1 x headset jack / RJ-11|
|Type||Power adapter - external|
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