Top-of-set function diagram
Underside: set connections
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.
Adjusting phone settings
Nortel IP Phone features and controls
Copy - not used
Expand - not used (not labeled on the IP Phone 1140E)
Feature Keys (the key functions are labeled in the upper portion of the display)
Goodbye - disconnects the phone call
Mute (located below the Volume Control)
Quit - exits the active menu (does not affect call status)
Soft Keys - used for navigating through the Nortel IP Phone menus. Functions and labels are determined by the context.
System features accessible from the following VoIP Phones:
IP Phone 1140E, 2004, and 2002
The following phone features are available for Stanford-system telephones. On the Nortel IP 2002 and 2004 phones, the Feature keys can be programmed so that you can access a feature via a single key. However, only a limited number of programmable Feature keys are available so you may have to access some of these features by using a combination of keys. Some features are only available if they are set up at the time your set is installed or added on a subsequent order.
Activation and monthly charges may apply.
Quick Reference Guide
For more information on the Nortel 1140E, you can download the Quick Reference Guide [PDF].