IP Phone Warehouse - About Cisco Phones
Cisco VoIP phones enable individuals, virtual workgroups and teams to collaborate with ease, facilitating better team interactions. Information can be shared easily with Cisco IP solutions.
Cisco phone system platforms are a popular choice for many users, including: Cisco Call Manager, Call Manager Express, UC500, and UC300 series phone systems. Using the SIP protocol, Cisco phones are also an excellent choice for Asterisk, Trixbox, and other open source phone system platforms.
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IP Phone Warehouse - Tech Tips
Tips for adding phones to the Cisco Call Manager.
Choose either auto-registration or manual registration.
Proceed carefully and follow instructions to avoid future problems.
Problems with registering the IP phone with Cisco Call Manager.
Improper registration can cause the Call Manager to switch between a registered and unregistered mode.
Make sure that phone is compatible and that the correct MAC address is used.
Test the phone by disabling the DHCP and DNS.
Most hardware failures are actually a result of dirty equipment.
To clean the IP phone, you may need to disassemble the device. Unplug and disconnect the phone before you do so.
Canned air or a keyboard cleaner/blower can remove dust particles.
Jammed buttons can be fixed by rapidly pressing them. Try a quick-drying solvent to loosen the buttons, if need be.
Positioning the IP phone incorrectly can result in hardware difficulties.
Place the IP phone on a firm, level surface, just as it is described in the manual. Otherwise, the phone may not lay on the hook correctly.