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ZIP 2x2L – недорогой IP-телефон с двумя входными линиями. Им можно пользоваться как на работе, так и дома. Телефон объединяет функции управляемого коммутатора и рабочего телефона. Для удобства аппарат снабжен дисплеем с подсветкой. Предлагаются телефоны черного цвета.
Конструкция телефона ZIP 2x2L основана на открытых стандартах. Для управления связью используется протокол SIP, что делает телефон совместимым с любой системой IP-телефонии, использующей стандарт SIP. Управляемый коммутатор телефона поддерживает все соответствующие стандарты виртуальных локальных сетей (VLAN) и качества услуг (QoS), тем самым обеспечивая совместимость с большинством старых и новых сетей. Питание телефона осуществляется через сетевой адаптер.
При установке телефона ZIP 2x2L на рабочее место необходимо подвести только одну линию Ethernet для обеспечения как голосовой связи, так и обмена данными. Администратор может без труда устанавливать и обслуживать телефон, легко работать с ним. После проведения первоначальной установки телефон можно перемещать в любую точку сети, что, как правило, не требует нового подключения или замены проводки.
Телефон компактен и не занимает много места на столе. В процессе повседневной эксплуатации пользователю обеспечен простой и быстрый доступ ко всем параметрам, поскольку для всех функций имеются свои клавиши и кнопки.
Качество передачи речи
Телефон спроектирован для достижения высокого качества как телефонной трубки, так и встроенного микрофона. . Эти аудиокомпоненты тщательно отрегулированы с целью обеспечения максимально возможного качества звука. Телефон позволяет подключить стандартный наушник последовательно с микротелефонной трубкой.
Телефон оборудован патентованным джиттер буфером производства фирмы Zultys. Это позволяет обеспечить оптимальное качество передачи речи, даже если сеть характеризуется непостоянными задержками и пропусками пакетов. Хотя эта технология дает заметные преимущества даже при разговорах внутри офиса, она особенно хорошо зарекомендовала себя при связи по WAN или через Интернет. Аналогичные телефоны без этой функции дают худшее качество передачи звука при тех же условиях в сети.

Основные особенности

  • Телефон использует протокол SIP при работе с любой стандартной системой IP-телефонии или с сетью.
  • Недорогой телефон для использования на работе и дома.
  • Телефон поддерживает все стандартные функции PBX.
  • Система с двумя входными линиями поддерживает два одновременных вызова.
  • Две линии 10/100 Ethernet соединяют телефон с LAN и дополнительным устройством.
  • ЖК экран с подсветкой.
  • Кнопки и клавиши для всех обычно используемых функций.
  • 4 светодиода обеспечивают моментальную индикацию статуса.
  • Качество передачи речи гарантируется QoS на уровнях Ethernet и IP, а также мощным джиттер буффером.
  • Загружаемые мелодии звонка.
  • Набор номера при помощи функциональных клавиш.
  • Легко устанавливается без вмешательства пользователя.
  • Браузер и поддержка TFTP для конфигурирования и обновлений.
  • Основан на очень устойчивой встроенной ОС Linux.

Физические параметры и условия функционирования
Рабочая температура: от 10° C до 40° C (от 50° F до 104° F)
Температура хранения: от 0° C до 50° C (от 32° F до 122° F)
Масса: 0,9 кг (2,0 ф.). Масса брутто (10 шт. в коробке ) 9,7 кг (21,3 ф)
Размеры: 165 мм (Ш) x 190 мм (Г) x 85 мм (В) (6,5” x 7,4” x 3,3”)
Мощность: 3,5 Вт
Стандарты безопасности: IEC60950, UL60950, CAN/CSA- C22.2 No. 60950
Стандарты по электромагнитному излучению: FCC часть 15A, EN55022 класс A
Помехозащищенность: EN55024
Гарантия: один год

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IP телефон Zip 2X2

ZIP 2×2 сочетает функции управляемого коммутатора и рабочего телефона и снабжен удобным дисплеем с подсветкой. Цифры 2х2 в названии телефона означают, что у него есть две входные линии и две линии Ethernet. Предлагаются телефоны в дух цветовых исполнениях: черном и белом.

Конструкция телефона ZIP 2×2 основана на открытых стандартах. Для управления связью используется протокол SIP, что делает телефон совместимым с любой системой IP-телефонии, использующей стандарт SIP. Телефон поддерживает все соответствующие стандарты виртуальных локальных сетей (VLAN) и качества услуг (QoS), тем самым обеспечивая совместимость с большинством старых и новых сетей. Питание телефона может осуществляться через сетевой адаптер или по сети Ethernet.

При установке ZIP 2×2 на рабочее место необходимо подвести только одну линию Ethernet для обеспечения как голосовой связи, так и обмена данными. Администратор может без труда устанавливать и обслуживать телефон, легко работать с ним. После первоначальной установки телефон можно перемещать в любую точку сети, что, как правило, не требует смены подключения или замены проводки.

Телефон компактен и не занимает много места на столе. В процессе повседневной эксплуатации пользователю обеспечен простой и быстрый доступ ко всем параметрам, поскольку для всех функций имеются свои клавиши и кнопки.

Ключевые особенности

  • Телефон использует протокол SIP при работе с любой стандартной системой IP-телефонии или с сетью.
  • Телефон поддерживает все стандартные функции PBX.
  • Система с двумя входными линиями поддерживает два одновременных вызова.
  • Две линии 10/100 Ethernet соединяют телефон с ЛВС (LAN) и дополнительным устройством.
  • Графический ЖК-монитор с подсветкой.
  • Кнопки и клавиши для всех обычно используемых функций.
  • Меню на нескольких языках.
  • 4 светодиода обеспечивают мгновенную индикацию статуса.
  • Качество передачи речи гарантируется QoS на уровнях Ethernet и IP, а также мощным джиттер буффером .
  • Режим громкой связи с подавлением эха обеспечивает высококачественный звук.
  • Кодирование речи для обеспечения безопасной связи.
  • Питание по сети Ethernet (PoE) или с помощью сетевого адаптера.
  • Загружаемые мелодии звонка.
  • Меню, браузер и поддержка TFTP для конфигурирования и обновлений.
  • Основан на очень устойчивой встроенной ОС Linux.

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ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1. User s Manual. Manual Part Number Zultys Technologies 771 Vaqueros Avenue Sunnyvale CA USA

1 ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 User s Manual Manual Part Number Zultys Technologies 771 Vaqueros Avenue Sunnyvale CA USA

2 Notice The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Zultys Technologies makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Zultys Technologies shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material. Zultys Technologies assumes no responsibility for the use or reliability of interconnected equipment that is not furnished by Zultys Technologies. This document contains proprietary information which is protected by copyright. The contents of this manual and the associated software are the property of Zultys Technologies, and all rights are reserved. No part of this document may be photocopied, reproduced, stored in any computer format, translated to another language, or publicly displayed without the prior written consent of Zultys Technologies. The information contained herein has been prepared by Zultys Technologies solely for use by Zultys s employees, agents, and customers. Dissemination or use of the information or concepts contained herein to or by other parties is prohibited without prior written consent from Zultys Technologies. Zultys, the Zultys logo, the Zultys mark, and Zultys product names are trademarks of Zultys Technologies and may be registered trademarks in certain countries. All other names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Revision History Release Release Date March June July 2005

3 Contents Chapter 1 Introduction Scope Audience Installation and Use What this Manual Includes What this Manual Does Not Include Features Switch Functionality (ZIP2x2) Display Description LEDs Documentation Overview Organization Nomenclature Special Paragraph Styles Forms of Documentation Colophon Documentation Feedback Chapter 2 Receiving the Phone Initial Inspection Package Contents Unpacking the Phone Verify Contents Serial Numbers In Case of Damage or Malfunction Returning Items for Repair or Replacement Warranty Coverage Describing the Problem Accessories Packing Shipping Correspondence i

4 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Chapter 3 Installation Preparing the Phone for Use Wall or Desk Mounting Handset Power Connecting to the Network Power On Description Initial Indications Copyright Running a Quick Test Communicating with the Network Satisfactory Connections Chapter 4 Provisioning the Phone Introduction Configuration Components DHCP Server Configuration Files Web Interface Configuration Utility Boot Process Boot Options Boot Process Description Updating Software Introduction Specific Description Binary File Ladder Diagram Summary Chapter 5 Interacting with the Phone Call Appearances Using the Keypad and the Buttons Description of Keypad Description of Buttons Handset and Speaker ii

5 Contents Handset Speaker Basics of Display Organization Idle Incoming Call Menu Data Backup Chapter 6 Using the Phone Going Off Hook and On Hook Using the Handset and Speaker Off Hook On Hook Switching Between the Handset and Speaker Disconnecting the Handset Making a Call Dialling a Number After You Get Dial Tone Dialling a Number without Dial Tone Sending a # as Part of the Number Making a Call While Accessing the Menu Dialling Using a SIP Address Editing a Number Dialling an Invalid Destination Making a Call Without a SIP Proxy Call Proceeding and Call Answered Calling Ringback Far End Busy Network Busy Call Answered Normal and Summary Display Modes Network Failure Receiving a Call Alerting Before You Answer Receiving Multiple Calls and Call Waiting Rejecting the Call or Not Answering Answering the Call During a Call iii

6 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Quality of Service Mute Hold Transferring a Call Transferred by the Other Party Ending a Call You Terminate the Call Other Party Terminates the Call Quick Ways to Dial a Number Redial Dialling a Phone Book Entry Conference Calls Initiating a Conference Call Placing a Conference Call on Hold Resuming a Conference Call Muting a Conference Call Adding Another Person to the Conference Terminating a Conference Call Chapter 7 Special Functions Voice Messages Do Not Disturb (DND) Forward Description Unconditional On No Answer When Busy Configuring Encryption Description Individual Calls Holding, Transferring, and Forwarding Calls Conference Calls Chapter 8 The Menu Introduction iv

7 Contents 8.2 Phone Book Search Add New Contact Edit Delete Information Times Communications Manufacture User Settings LCD Contrast Greeting Message Clear User Settings Date and Time Audio Timeouts Regional Options Factory Defaults Pswd Settings Password IP Settings SIP Settings VLAN Names & Numbers Audio Self Test Purpose Ping Loop Ethernet Ports (ZIP2x2 only) Buttons and Keys LEDs LCD Audio Audio Return Appendix A Menu Structure 127 Appendix B LED Summary 131 v

8 ZIP2x2 User s Manual B.1 Call Appearance Buttons B.1.1 Message and Encrypt Button B.1.2 DND and Forward Button Appendix C Configuration Files 133 C.1 Introduction C.2 Configuration File Types C.2.1 Common Configuration File C.2.2 Specific Configuration File C.3 Configuration File Format C.3.1 File Sections C.3.2 Parameter Entries C.4 Configuration Parameters C.4.1 Network Configuration C.4.2 SIP Configuration C.4.3 General Information C.4.4 Hardware Configuration C.4.5 Audio Information C.4.6 VLAN Configuration C.4.7 Locations Appendix D Acronyms 155 Appendix E Web Interface Configuration Utility 157 E.1 Introduction E.1.1 Accessing the Configuration Utility E.1.2 Interface Structure E.2 Home panel E.3 Phone Book E.3.1 Add Entry panel E.3.2 Edit panel E.3.3 Delete panel E.4 Information E.4.1 Times Panel E.4.2 Communications Panel vi

9 Contents E.4.3 Manufacture Panel E.4.4 Logs Panel E.5 User Settings Menu E.5.1 General Info panel E.5.2 Date and Time E.5.3 Audio E.5.4 Regional Settings E.5.5 Factory Defaults E.6 Protected Settings E.6.1 Network Setup E.6.2 SIP Communications E.6.3 Names and Numbers E.6.4 Audio E.6.5 Maintenance Index 181 vii

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11 Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Scope Audience This manual is intended for networking engineers and network administrators who need to install, maintain, support, and use the ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 phones. The manual can also be used by engineers that want to make a phone system compatible with the ZIP phones. The manual assumes you are familiar with networking and telephony principles and practices. The ZIP2x2L Users Manual provides similar information for the ZIP2x2L, ZIP2+, and ZIP2P phones. If you are using these ZIP phones with the MX250 or the MX1200, you should read this manual in conjunction with the MX Administrator User s Manual. 1 That manual describes how certain features of the phone interact with the enterprise media exchange. This manual can be used by a user who wants to understand in detail how features and functions of the phone operate. End users who do not need the depth of information contained in this manual (which is about 200 pages) should refer to the ZIP2x2 User s Guide. One guide is shipped with each phone. All Zultys manuals can be downloaded from the Zultys Technologies website at: Installation and Use Unpack the phone and verify the contents as described in section 2.2 on page 7. Install the product as described in chapter 3, starting on page What this Manual Includes This manual provides detailed information and instructions on the complete installation and operation of the ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 IP phones. 1. The MX250 and MX1200 are Enterprise Media Exchanges. They are manufactured by Zultys and provide the communications needs of an enterprise by integrating voice, data, video, and fax. 1

12 ZIP2x2 User s Manual What this Manual Does Not Include This manual does not provide technology details, pricing, names of sales representatives, or names of distribution channels. Access the Zultys web site for this information: Features The ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 are SIP based IP phones with a large number of features. The top of the phone is shown in figure 1-1; the top and side panels are shown in figure 1-2. The ZIP2x2 phone is referred to as a two by two because it has two call appearances and two Ethernet circuits. The ZIP2x1 phone is referred to as a two by one because it has two call appearances and a single Ethernet circuit Figure 1-1 Top View of ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 Key features of the ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 phones include: two virtual lines support two simultaneous calls handset and speaker modes acoustic echo cancellation in speaker mode provides high quality speaker phone 2

13 1. Introduction Figure 1-2 View of Top and Side panels supports all commonly used PBX functions when used in conjunction with an appropriate call control system receives power from ac adapter speech encryption ensures that your calls can be kept secure easy to create conferences with three people, including those who call you 23 buttons (4 with LEDs) give significant ease of use 3 line x 16 character display is easy to read (5 mm high characters) uses standard SIP messages to interface to a variety of call managers from various manufacturers dial by number or SIP address built in switch can forward traffic at line speeds hot key dialling critical operational parameters are protected by password 100 memory phone book plus 64 location memory for last numbers received or dialled based on highly stable Linux operating system The ZIP2x2 provides these additional features: 3

14 ZIP2x2 User s Manual two 10/100Base-T Ethernet circuits to connect to the LAN and one additional device such as a desktop PC, a notebook PC, or another accessory receives power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af) or from ac adapter Switch Functionality (ZIP2x2) The ZIP2x2 phone uses an Ethernet switch (not a hub) to connect the PC port and the phone itself to the LAN. Therefore, the ZIP2x2 phone can control the QoS to ensure that voice packets always have priority. Further, when the phone is not in use, the ZIP2x2 supports wire speed switching between the LAN (network) and the PC port. A conceptual picture of the switch is shown in figure 1-3. Figure 1-3 Internal Representation of the ZIP2x2 Managed Switch The inclusion of the switch inside the phone allows you to take a single Ethernet circuit from the wiring closet to the desktop. If you are connecting multiple users and not computers, you can use this internal switch to make connections to other phones. You can connect phones two layers deep with this arrangement to minimize the number of switch ports required in the wiring closet Display Description The display is a graphical LCD, 144 dots by 32 dots. It is used mostly to display characters, 16 columns by 3 rows. You can adjust the contrast of the display as described in section on page 89. 4

15 1. Introduction LEDs The phone has four bi-color LEDs, which can be off, or show red, green, or orange. These LEDs are on the four buttons on the top row: Call 1, Call 2, Msg Encrypt, and DND Fwd. 1.3 Documentation Overview Organization This user s manual describes: how to install the ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 phones how to provision the phone for use within the network how to make and receive calls how to access the features of the phone how to customize the phone to suit your preferences what to do when you are convinced there is a problem Nomenclature Acronyms This manual often uses acronyms specific to the industry of telecommunications and data communications. Because the sections (and, to a certain extent, the subsections) can be read in any sequence, acronyms are not defined in the text. For a complete list of acronyms used in this manual, see Appendix D, starting on page Jargon This manual often uses technical terms specific to the industry of telecommunications and data communications. Very specialized terms are sparsely used, and their meanings are clearly explained where they are used Special Paragraph Styles The following are the notices that are used to attract special attention to certain items. They set text off from the main body of the manual. These notices also appear in other languages where required by certain regulatory bodies: Important This notice contains special information that should not be ignored. Caution This notice calls attention to a condition or procedure which, if not observed, could result in damage to the phone or the loss of data. 5

16 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Warning This notice indicates that if a specific procedure or practice is not correctly followed, permanent damage to the phone and personal injury may result. Danger This notice warns you of imminent hazard to yourself and others if proper procedures are not followed. 1.4 Forms of Documentation This manual is updated with each major release of the software. The manual describes the features in that release of the software. Between major releases of software, Zultys may issue one or more minor releases of software. These minor releases may have more capabilities than the current formal release. The features in that software may or may not be described in this manual. This manual is available only in PDF format. You can download the PDF file from the Zultys web site at: You can obtain old versions of the manual that may describe the software that you have or the latest manual that describes all the latest features of the product. You can identify the version of the manual from the title page, opposite the table of contents (page 2 of the PDF file). When you use the PDF file, you can click on any reference in the text. This powerful feature allows you to follow the references in the text very easily. Using Acrobat, you can then return to the page you were previously reading. This is a huge benefit to you if you want to study a small area of the product. 1.5 Colophon This document was produced on personal computers using Adobe s FrameMaker for Windows. The headings are set in Swiss 721, Bitstream s version of the Helvetica typeface; the copy is set in Zapf Calligraphic, Bitstream s version of the Palatino typeface; notices are set in Swiss 721 or News Gothic, Bitstream s version of the Kingsley-ATF Type Corporation typeface. The drawings were produced using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Microsoft Visio. 1.6 Documentation Feedback Zultys appreciates any constructive feedback on all our documentation. If you have comments or error reports on any Zultys documentation, please submit your feedback to: Technical Publications Department Zultys Technologies 771 Vaqueros Avenue Sunnyvale, California USA 6

17 Chapter 2 Receiving the Phone 2.1 Initial Inspection When the shipment of your ZIP phone arrives, inspect the shipping boxes for external damages and record any discrepancies. Save the boxes and packing material in case you need to ship the phone to another facility. Always retain the packing materials if you suspect that the shipment is damaged the carrier may need to inspect them. Warning Do not attempt to use the ZIP phone or its accessories if it or they appear damaged. Immediately report the damage to Zultys or a local Zultys sales representative. 2.2 Package Contents Unpacking the Phone If the phone box has not been damaged in transit, unpack it carefully. Ensure that you do not discard any accessories that may be packaged in the same box as the phone Verify Contents Upon delivery of your phone, inspect the packing list and confirm that all items listed on that note were received. Compare the packing slip with your purchase order. Ensure that the following accessories are present in the shipment: phone body handset and handset cord ac adapter for your country Ethernet cord User s Guide Ensure that there are no discrepancies and then install the phone as described in chapter 3, starting on page 11. 7

18 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Important If you suspect that there are discrepancies or that the equipment is not fully functional, contact Zultys or your Zultys sales representative immediately. Retain all packing materials and the shipping note for Zultys or its representative to inspect. ZULTYS CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF YOU CLAIM THAT AN ITEM IS MISSING, AND YOU HAVE NOT INFORMED ZULTYS WITHIN THREE DAYS OF RECEIPT, OR IF YOU HAVE NOT RETAINED ALL PACKING MATERIALS FOR INSPECTION Serial Numbers Verify the serial number of the phone and compare it to the serial number on the packing lists. The serial number of the phone is a twelve character alphanumeric code printed on a white barcode label. See figure 2-1 to locate the serial number on the back of the phone. Figure 2-1 Serial Number location 2.3 In Case of Damage or Malfunction Notify your Zultys sales or service representative under any of the following conditions: the shipping container or any of the contents appear damaged an item is missing there is a discrepancy between the packing slip and the equipment received the equipment does not function correctly Your supplier will arrange for repair or replacement, at Zultys s discretion. In certain cases, Zultys may require a claim settlement. 8

19 2. Receiving the Phone 2.4 Returning Items for Repair or Replacement Warranty Coverage Zultys provides a warranty only through distribution channels. If you are an end user, consult the reseller or distributor who has sold you the phone for complete terms of the product that you have purchased. Zultys requires that its distributors provide a standard warranty that is one year in duration and that complies with the local laws and expectations of the country in which you reside. Before returning merchandise to Zultys for repair or replacement, you must ensure that the items are under warranty. If you are unsure about the warranty of your merchandise, call your supplier or a local Zultys sales representative for clarification. Contact your supplier for a return merchandise authorization (RMA) number before returning any merchandise; this includes equipment covered under warranty. For merchandise not under warranty, you will be charged for a repair if the item is returned to the factory. Call your supplier for pricing on an extended warranty for your merchandise Describing the Problem If you are returning equipment for service, attach a tag or sheet of paper to the equipment giving the following details: your company or institution s name, address, and phone number the main person to contact, an alternative contact, and their phone numbers if different from the main phone number the return shipping address and any special shipping instructions the model number and serial number of the equipment being returned a description of the failure (If failure is intermittent, describe its frequency and special conditions that initiate the failure.) any additional comments Accessories Do not return any of the accessories with the equipment unless you suspect that one of them is faulty. If you return an accessory, place a tag on it that clearly identifies it as yours and briefly explain the problem Packing Wherever possible, use the original packing materials to ship the equipment. If these are not available, containers and cushioning material similar to those originally used are available from Zultys. If it is inconvenient to obtain supplies from Zultys, use a strong, double-walled shipping carton. Place about 70 mm (3 in) of cushioning material around all sides of the equipment. Zultys is not responsible for any damage that occurs during shipment back to your supplier or to the factory. 9

20 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Shipping Obtain from your nearest Zultys sales or service representative the correct address to which you should return the equipment. Clearly mark the container with Zultys s address and your own address. Ship the package prepaid and insured to Zultys. The method of shipment which Zultys will return repaired merchandise back to your facility will be the same method by which you shipped the merchandise to Zultys. For example, if you shipped merchandise to Zultys by ground shipment, Zultys will return the merchandise to you by ground shipment. If the merchandise must be repaired and returned to you as soon as possible, you must arrange for the merchandise to be shipped to Zultys by overnight shipment Correspondence In any correspondence subsequent to the return of equipment, always refer to the equipment by model number and serial number. 10

21 Chapter 3 Installation 3.1 Preparing the Phone for Use Before you can use your ZIP2x2 or ZIP2x1 phone, you must mount it, insert the handset, supply power to the phone, and connect the phone to your network. In addition to all of the features supplied by the ZIP2x1, the ZIP2x2 can use Power over Ethernet and has an additional Ethernet circuit that can connect another device to the network Wall or Desk Mounting You can mount the phone on a wall or on a desk. Observe the mounting holes on the bottom of the phone to determine the screw placement when mounting the phone on a wall Handset Connect the handset to the side of the phone, as shown in figure 3-1. Figure 3-1 ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 Connector Locations 11

22 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Power You can power the ZIP2x2 and the ZIP2x1 from an ac supply. You can also power the ZIP2x2 from the network Power from an AC Adapter Connect the ac adapter to 7V in the top panel of the phone, as shown in figure 3-1. The plug is at a right angle to the cord so that if you accidentally pull the phone, the cord does not fall out Power over Ethernet You can connect the ZIP2x2 to an Ethernet switch that provides power as per IEEE 802.3af. 2 The ZIP2x2 takes its power from the port labelled LAN. The cable length can be 100 m, the maximum allowed for an unpowered Ethernet circuit. When providing power to the ZIP2x2 through the LAN, the unit is intended for installation in Environment A as defined in IEEE 802.3af. All interconnected equipment must be contained within the same building including the interconnected equipment s associated LAN connections Dual Power Sources Whenever possible, you should use the ac adapter to power your ZIP2x2, regardless whether power is provided over the Ethernet connection. If the phone receives power from both the Ethernet port and an ac adapter, it consumes power only from the ac adapter. If the ac power fails, the phone can take power from a LAN power source and continue to operate. The length of time that the phone will operate with the power from the LAN is dependent on the capacity of the battery connected to the power source and the number of phones drawing power. Using the phone to make a call does not materially change the power used by the phone When Power is Applied When you apply power, the phone starts to operate. The ZIP2x2 does not have any power switch. After the phone is powered up, it displays a message on the screen as shown in section 3.2 on page Connecting to the Network You normally connect the phone to a LAN or directly to a call control system. The call control system manages many functions for the phone including the ability to originate and terminate a call, and provides storage for voice mail. This section briefly describes the process of connecting the phone to a network. Section on page 52 describes the method of directly connecting two ZIP2x2 phones, either outside of a LAN or isolated within a network. 1. You should use the ac adapter provided by Zultys. This ac adapter has an output rating of 7 Vdc, 850 ma, and is marked LPS or (for US) NEC Class 2. The plug should be 2.0 mm or 2.1 mm with the center positive. Zultys does not warrant operation of the ZIP2x2 or ZIP2x1 with any adapter other than those supplied by Zultys. 2. The ZIP2x2 is fully compliant with IEEE 802.3af and is a device that consumes half power as defined by the specification. 12

23 3. Installation Auto MDI/MDI-X and Auto Negotiation Each Ethernet circuit on the ZIP2x2 and the ZIP2x1 has automatic sensing to determine on which pins of the RJ45 connector it should transmit data and on which pins of the RJ45 connector it should receive data. This is referred to as auto MDI/MDI-X. With this function in the phone, you can use a straight or cross wired cable to connect the phone to any other device. If you connect the phone to a device that itself has auto MDI/MDI-X, the devices resolve the appropriate pins to use through random selection. Also, each Ethernet circuits has automatic sensing to determine whether the circuit should operate at 10Mb/s or 100Mb/s. The phone will always attempt to establish connection at the higher rate and will fall back to the lower rate only if the device to which you have connected the phone cannot operate at the higher rate Single Circuit Connect the LAN circuit on the back of the phone to the LAN, as shown in figure 3-1. Figure 3-2 Connecting the ZIP2x2 and Your PC You may have a router or switch to which you connect the phone. Whatever connectivity exists between the phone and the SIP server, ensure that you use the LAN port to perform the uplink. 1 You can connect your PC or notebook to the PC circuit of the ZIP2x2. You can identify if the phone has connectivity and activity on each of the circuits as described in section on page If you do not expect the ZIP2x2 to receive power from the network, you can actually use either port to connect to the phone system. In this case, the switch inside the ZIP2x2 is an unmanaged switch and it does not matter to which port you connect. However, the phone must have connectivity on the port marked LAN and always using this to connect to the network ensures that you have a consistent network that is easier to maintain. 13

24 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Cascading (ZIP2x2) The ZIP2x2 has a very efficient network switch incorporated in it so you can cascade the phones as shown in figure 3-3. Figure 3-3 Cascading Phones Connect the LAN port on the phone to the LAN and connect another phone to the PC port. At the second phone in the chain, connect the LAN port to the first phone in the chain. The first phone can obtain power from the LAN through the first phone. The ZIP2x2 does not propagate the power to the PC port. Therefore, a phone connected to one of these ports must obtain its power from an ac adapter. Although you can continue to cascade phones in this manner, it is not recommended that you do so. The network may be difficult to manage and may have poor performance. Once you have made the connections, you can identify if a phone has connectivity and activity on any of its circuits as described in section on page Turning Off the PC Ports (ZIP2x2) To provide communication only through the LAN port, the VLAN can be used to disable communications through PC port. The quickest method of disabling these ports is through the Web Interface Utility. To disable the PC circuit: 1. Access the Web Interface by entering the IP address of the phone in the address bar of your web browser. 2. Select Pswd Settings VLAN to access the VLANs panel. 3. Set VLAN Support to On. 4. Set the following parameters for VLAN A: PC = E LAN = U 14

25 3. Installation 5. Press the Update button 6. Select Log Out to exit the web interface utility. Figure 3-4 displays the Web Interface panel with this configuration. You can perform this procedure through the phone Menu (section on page 113) or with configuration file commands (section C.4.6 on page 151). Figure 3-4 Disabling Ethernet Circuits Using an External Switch Box You can connect a headset in series with the handset connector as shown in figure 3-5. The switch box usually has an amplifier that is powered either from an ac outlet or from batteries. This box allows you to select between using the handset and using a headset. 3.2 Power On Description When you power up the phone, it performs a quick power on self test, and typically starts operation in less than 20 seconds. The exact time depends on your network. The phone tries to find a DHCP server if DHCP is enabled. 1 The DHCP server points to a TFTP server. The TFTP 15

26 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Figure 3-5 Connecting a Headset to the Phone Using an External Switch Box server contains configuration files that fully provision your phone and contains addresses for network elements used by the phone, so that the phone can register with the SIP server. The exact sequence for start up is described in chapter 4, starting on page Initial Indications While the phone is starting, it flashes the button LEDs red. It flashes each LED on for 250 ms and off for 750 ms. The phone flashes the LED on Call 1, then the LED on Call 2, and so on, to give the appearance of the color walking from left to right. This is summarized in figure 3-6. After the LEDs finish flashing, the LCD shows: Button LEDs Call 1 Call 2 Msg Encrypt DND Fwd First quarter second On Second quarter second On Third quarter second On Fourth quarter second On Figure 3-6 LEDs During Power On Initializing 1. When the phone is shipped from the factory, DHCP is enabled. To fix the IP address in the phone, see section on page

27 3. Installation The LCD then shows: Starting The phone holds these indications on the display for about 13 seconds while it initializes the Linux operating system Copyright Once the operating system is loaded, the phone starts flashing the LEDs again and displays the Zultys logo, followed by copyright information: ZIP 2×2 Phone 2004 Zultys Technologies The phone holds each display for about one second while the phone continues to initialize. 1 If your system allows your phone to designate an operational location, the phone displays a menu to select your location. Press the OK button to select a location. Select Location Sunnyvale: Vaqu Washington DC If you do not run the quick tests or self tests, the phone continues with the boot up procedure as described in section on page Running a Quick Test You can run quick tests of the hardware of the phone immediately after power on. You can access a more comprehensive set of self tests at any time when the phone is operating normally by using the menu as described in section 8.6 on page To access a quick self test by pressing and holding the Fn key during the boot process while the phone displays the Zultys logo. Once the software starts the self test, it immediately activates the LEDs. The software lights each LED repeatedly through the following patterns: flashes red and off four times flashes green and off four times 1. The phone does not display the software version number during power on. If you want to know this, use the menu to access the manufacturing information, as described in section on page

28 ZIP2x2 User s Manual flashes orange and off four times red on for one second green on for one second orange on for one second off for one second Observe the LEDs and verify that they all function. 2. While the LEDs are flashing, the LCD changes between the two following fixed graphical patterns in rhythm with the LEDs: Observe the LCD and verify that all segments are turned on and off. 3. Press the Fn button to begin the Keypad test. This test requires that you push each button in sequence, starting with the button in the top left corner of the keypad and proceeding right. 4. The first four buttons that you should press, in order, are Call 1, Call 2, Msg/Encrypt, and DND/Fwd. When you press a button in proper order, the phone displays a mark in the corresponding space of the display. If you press a button out of order, the phone beeps. After pressing the first four buttons the display shows: Keypad Press each butto n in turn 5. After pressing all of the buttons on a row, proceed to the next row of buttons. Each display row corresponds to two rows of buttons. After you press each button in the first four rows, the display shows: pad ch butto n in turn 18

29 3. Installation 6. After you press all 24 buttons in proper order, the phone displays a completion message: Completed If you do not press a button during a 10 second period, the phone displays a timeout message: Keypad test time d out In either case, the phone resumes the power up sequence 10 seconds after displaying one of these messages Communicating with the Network Phone Not Connected If the phone is not connected on its LAN circuit, the phone displays: ZIP 2×2 Phone Not connected Connecting to a DHCP Server If the phone is configured for dynamic IP addressing, it attempts to locate a DHCP server. The phone displays: Looking for DHCP 00:08 Depending on your network, this can take from two to 30 seconds. The phone displays a progress bar on the second row and the time it has been trying in the lower right corner of the display, in minutes, and seconds. Every 20 seconds, the phone clears the progress bar then starts adding characters again. The phone continues to try to find the DHCP server indefinitely. 19

30 ZIP2x2 User s Manual Connecting to the TFTP Server Once the phone has its IP address, it tries to locate the TFTP server if it is programmed with the address of the TFTP server or if it obtained the address from the DHCP server. The phone displays: Looking for TFTP 00:03 Depending on your network, this can take from one to ten seconds. The phone displays a progress bar on the second row and the time it has been trying in the lower right corner of the display, in seconds. If the phone can find the TFTP server, the configuration file or files it retrieves may indicate that the phone needs to update its software. See section on page 34 for details of the screen that the phone shows in this case. If the phone can find the TFTP server but cannot find the configuration file (or it can find it, but there is an error with it), the phone displays: ZIP 2×2 Phone Unable to read config file The phone displays this for three seconds and then proceeds to register. The phone continues to try to find the TFTP server for ten seconds. If it cannot locate the TFTP server within this time, and the phone has the address of a SIP registrar, it displays ZIP 2×2 Phone Unable to locate TFTP server The phone displays this for three seconds and then proceeds to register Connecting to the SIP Registrar If the phone has an address for the SIP registrar, it displays: SIP registration 00:06 The phone continues to attempt to register indefinitely. If the SIP registrar rejects the attempt to register, the phone displays: SIP registration Rejected 02:17 20

31 3. Installation Failure When Using a Fixed IP Address If you have configured the phone to use a fixed IP address, and to not use DHCP, the phone should boot up and connect to the TFTP server (if provisioned) and then connect to the SIP registrar. If there is a problem with this process, the phone displays: Failed to init network. Correct ip settings. Use the menu to configure the protected settings as described in section 8.5 on page 103, then restart the phone. The phone will also display this message if you have configured it for DHCP but the DHCP server is incorrectly configured. This is an unusual situation, because administrators take great care to ensure that the DHCP servers are correctly configured Prohibition on Making a Call When the phone detects one or more of the problems listed above, the LEDs flash orange; the first button flashes for 250 ms, then the second for 250 ms, and so on, to give the appearance of a walking pattern. The LEDs remain in this state, the call buttons are inoperative, the phone does not provide dial tone, and you cannot make any calls until you have resolved the problem. You can use other functions of the phone. Therefore you can change the configuration and the settings and view or modify the phone book. Once you press keys to activate the other functions, the display removes the notification of the error condition. You need to use the menu to access the status as described in section on page Attempt to Establish Connection The phone continually tries to re-establish connection with the network, once every four seconds. 1 If it does establish connection, it stops the walking pattern on the button LEDs and you can use the phone to make calls. You do not need to cycle the power on the phone to make the phone usable. The phone retains the display until you press a key or until you make a call or the phone receives a call. You need to use the menu to access the status as described in section on page Satisfactory Connections Date and Time Your phone may prompt you for the date and time. The prompts that you see are based on the system to which the phone is connected. Many systems may automatically configure the time, date, and geographic location of your phone. Other systems may connect your phone directly to an NTP server. 1. The ZIP2x2 sends the second request 500 ms after the first request. It sends the third request 1.0 s after that, the fourth request 2.0 s after that, and thereafter every four seconds. 21

32 ZIP2x2 User s Manual If the phone connects to an NTP server, it needs to know the difference between the local time and GMT. 1 Instead of asking for a location, the phone therefore displays: Enter difference in time from GMT >-8:00 Use the Up and Down keys to select the correct time difference. The phone changes the time in units of 30 minutes. The maximum time differences are +12 hours and 12 hours. When you have made your entry, press the OK button. The phone shows the idle display. If the phone cannot find an NTP server, you must enter the date and time manually. The phone displays: Enter Day: >1 date Enter the day of the month by using the keyboard on the phone. Press the OK button. The phone displays: Enter date Month: >January Use the Up and Down keys to scroll between the months. Press the OK button. The phone displays: Enter Year: >2005 date Use the Up and Down keys to select the correct year. The phone defaults to 2005 scrolls to a maximum of 2099, then to Press the OK button. The phone displays: Enter time >15:08:39 Enter the time with the keypad using 24 hour notation. 2 Use the * key to enter the colon character that separates hours from minutes and minutes from seconds. You do not have to enter the seconds. If you do not enter the seconds, the phone sets the seconds to zero. 1. After the phone has booted it uses SNTP to obtain the date and time for the first time. Thereafter, it uses NTP every ten to 15 minutes to obtain the date and time. 2. Use 24 hour notation regardless of the format you may have chosen in which time is displayed in section on page

33 3. Installation Press the OK button when you have entered the time. The phone shows the idle display, as described in section on page 40. You can subsequently alter the date and time using the menu as described in section on page 90, or you can cycle power on the phone to obtain the same screen Subsequent Loss of Connection If the phone has established LAN connectivity and registered with the phone system, and then it loses connectivity, or a subsequent registration request is denied, you cannot make calls. The phone remains in this state as described in section on page

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35 Chapter 4 Provisioning the Phone 4.1 Introduction Provisioning functions include the booting process that initializes the phone, the configuration process that customizes your phone, and the update process that allows you to run the most recent software version of the phone. You can either dynamically assign an IP address to the phone through a DHCP server or assign a static IP address. The DHCP server can also be used to obtain the IP addresses of various network servers. The phone also supports the use of configuration files that can deliver a common set of phone parameters to various phones throughout a network. This chapter describes the components used to configure the ZIP2x2 and ZIP2x1 phones, the booting and configuration process, and the method for updating the software that operates the ZIPphones. These sections also present the underlying method for the exchanges that take place. 4.2 Configuration Components Components that the phone may use for provisioning processes include a DHCP server, configuration files, and the web interface DHCP Server You can dynamically assign the IP address of the phone and other network servers by accessing a DHCP server. When you connect the phone to a DHCP server, the DHCP server must be configured with the following options for your network to fully support the phone: subnet mask (option 1) default gateway (option 3) domain name server (option 6) IP Address (option 50) TFTP server name (option 66) In addition, it is recommended that your DHCP server also provide: NTP Time Offset (option 2) domain name (option 15) NTP servers (option 42) 25

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