Based on the Session Initiation Protocol SIP , the Cisco SPA has been tested to ensure comprehensive interoperability with equipment from VoIP infrastructure leaders, enabling service providers to quickly roll out competitive, feature-rich services to their customers. With hundreds of features and configurable service parameters, the Cisco SPA addresses the requirements of traditional business users while taking advantage of the benefits of IP telephony. Features such as easy station moves and shared line appearances across local and geographically dispersed locations are just some of the many advantages. Each line can be independently configured to use a unique phone number or extension , or can use a shared number that is assigned to multiple phones.
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Initialization When you power up the phone it will start up. It will boot its operational system. When its ready you will be able to press the options button the one which looks like page. In order to operate with the phone you will have to configure some options. Network - network options are the the ninth option.
Use the navigation buttons and press Select. In order to configure this, press the Edit button. Press the Edit button and enter a valid IP address. Press the Edit button and enter a valid network mask. SIP Options - in order to configure the account on the phone you will have to use the web-interface. In order to have access to it you will need to configure you network settings and enable the web interface from the phone menus it is enabled by default. You will be prompted for password if you have set such.
Then go to Ext 1 tab as is shown below. This is the location where you can configure your account. In the next pages you will find some advances options and configurations of the hardphone. Using the Web interface Most of the options are accessible through the web configuration interface.
In order to access the web interface you will need a correctly configured network. An example is shown on the previous page. The web interface is divided into seven tabs.
Every tab gives different information. This includes - Handset, Headset and Speakerphone.
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