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3. SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION 40 3. Push 3 key to show the SIP menu. 4. Push 1 key to show the Client setting screen. 5. With the Phone number box highlighted in blue, push the Enter key to show the phone num- ber input screen. 6. Enter the extension number that is registered in the Web software and push the Enter key. If something has been registered, push the CLR key to erase it. 7. Push T to select Password and then push the Enter key.
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3. SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION 41 8. Enter the password which was registered in the Web software and then push the Enter key.If the password contains both alphabet and numerals, switch input format with the soft key . 9. Push the soft key (Apply). The message "Set" appears and the setting for one IP handset is completed. 10. Push the CLR key three times to return to the idle screen. 11. If multiple handsets are connected, repeat the above step 1 to 10 for each handset. When the Web software-set extension number matches handset-set extension number, the mark with a blue circle appears in the Settings/ PBX settings/ Extension window of the Web software. These handsets can be used for communication. However, the following screen does not update automatically. Press the Reload button of the browser to refresh the screen.
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3. SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION 42 3.9 User Registration (for data connection) Register the IP address of the handset and the PC to the user list to enable data connection. If no IP address is entered, the standby screen of the handset shows “D: No permission”, and the Web software screen shows “Data connection No permission”. 1. Click [Settings] on the menu bar. 2. Click [Network Settings]. 3. Click [WAN]. 4. Click [Group Settings] to show the Network settings/WAN/Group settings screen. 5. Click the [Setting] button to show the basic setting screen. The default setting is “standard IP packet communications service”. For SIM card and you have applied for streaming IP packet communication service, go to step 6. If you have not ap- plied, go to step 11. 6. Click the [Add connection] button to shown the Add connection screen. 7. Enter the service to use in the Service box. Select one among Standard data, 8kbps Streaming, 16kbps Streaming, 32kbps Streaming, 64kbps Streaming, 128kbps Streaming, and 256kbps Streaming*/ * FELCOM 500 only 8. Enter the application to use in the Application box. Select among Windows Media Player, Quick Time, Real Player, FTP, and Browser. 9. Click the [Add] button. The message “Completed” appears. 10. Click the [OK] button to erase the message.
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3. SETTING AFTER INSTALLATION 43 11. Click [User] to show the User List screen. 12. Click the [Add user] button to shown the Add user screen. 13. Enter the IP address in the User box. Do not use 127.0.0.1, 255.255.255.255, or the IP ad- dress of the communication unit. Note: If the IP addresses are the same, only one group can be registered. “192.168.1* and “192.168.1.10” can be registered. * is a wildcard: show network. If you registered two groups this way, the group having the narrowest range (192.168.1.10) has priority.
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