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IP Phone 2001

Top-of-set function diagram

Note: On phones installed at Stanford, the keys on the right side are labelled with words instead of the icons/symbols shown on this Nortel example set.

IP Phone 2001 Top View DiagramIP Phone 2001

Getting started

At Stanford, your Voice over IP (VoIP) telephone connection is part of SUNet instead of being hooked into the wiring of the Stanford telephone network. Therefore, you need to log your phone into the Stanford network before you can use your phone.

Log In
Change Your Password
Activate Auto Login

Adjusting phone settings

Audio Adjustment
Display Adjustment
Language Selection
Time and Date Format Selection

Nortel IP Phone features and controls

Directory
Goodbye — disconnects the phone call
History
Hold
Logoff
Msg/Inbox
Predial
Outbox
Services (not used)
Soft Keys - used for navigating through the Nortel IP Phone menus. Functions and labels are determined by the context.

System features accessible from the 2001 VoIP Phone

3-way Conference
Caller ID
Calling Name Display
Consultation Hold
Forward
Message Waiting
Redial
Speed Call
Transfer

Last modified March 3, 2010