Cisco Unified IP Phone 8831 is one of models of Cisco IP Phone 8800 family.
Designed specifically for use in small to large-size conference rooms and executive offices, Cisco 8831 IP Phone delivers “as good as being there” acoustical performance with crisp highs and clear lows. How to start a Cisco IP Phone 8831? Let’s check the quick reference as follows.
Common Phone Tasks
|Answer||Answer incoming call|
|Apps||Access phone applications and phone settings menus|
|Call||Place call to dialed number|
|Callback||Receive notification when a busy extension becomes available|
|Calls||List connected calls|
|Cancel||Stop current operation|
|Conf||Create conference call|
|ConfList||View conference participants|
|Contacts||Enter contacts menu to view corporate or personal address book contacts|
|End Call||End active call|
|Fwd All||Forward all incoming calls|
|Hold||Place active call on hold|
|Messages||Set up, check, or listen to voice messages|
|More||Display additional softkeys|
|New Call||Place new call without disconnecting from current call|
|Park||Park call and display its details|
|Redial||Redial the most recently dialed number|
|Resume||Resume on-hold call|
|Speed Dial||Place call to selected entry|
Phone Screen Icons
Bottom view of the Sound Base
|1||Network cable port.|
|2||External power connection.|
|3||Display Control Unit USB port. Connects the DCU to the base.
Note: Press firmly to seat ferrite bead between cord posts.
|4||Wired extension microphone jack.|
|5||Daisy chain cable port. Connects two Sound Base units in Linked Mode.|
Reference from http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cuipph/8831/9_3_3/english/quick_start/quick_start_8831.html
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