2 Overview of IP 1600 telephones IP 1603 Display: 2 rows with 16 characters each 3 function keys IP 1616 BM32 Display: 4 rows with 24 characters each 3 softkeys 16 LED keys (with labelling strips) as well as DSS module support IP 1608 Display: 3 lines with 24 characters 3 softkeys 8 LED keys (with labelling strips)
3 IP 1616 display : a= Dir Features : b= Dir Features Depending on the device design, the display on the different telephone types varies.
4 Phone: Features Twinning Select Exit IP 1616 feature display Features are displayed in the middle line of the display. Within this display, you can use the four-way button to navigate.
5 IP 1600 configuration and adjustment The 1600 IP telephones from Avaya use HTTP as the data transfer protocol. LAN HTTP server
6 The IP Office offers the option of being used as a relay between TFTP and HTTP protocols. IP 1600 configuration and adjustment LAN SD card HTTP – TFTP conversion
7 ################ # SETTINGS16XX # ################ SET LANG1FILE "mlf_S1_v8_dutch.txt" SET LANG2FILE "mlf_S1_v8_german.txt" SET LANG3FILE "mlf_S1_v8_italian.txt" SET LANG4FILE "mlf_S1_v8_russian.txt Available language files: Mlf_S1_v8_dutch.txt Mlf_S1_v8_french_can.txt Mlf_S1_v8_french_paris.txt Mlf_S1_v8_german.txt Mlf_S1_v8_italian.txt Mlf_S1_v8_portuguese.txt Mlf_S1_v8_russian.txt Mlf_S1_v8_spanish.txt Mlf_S1_v8_spanish_latin.txt There are a maximum of four more languages which can be selected directly via the phone menu. IP 1600 configuration and adjustment
8 Connection of IP 1600 Phones The recommended installation method for H323 IP phones uses a DHCP server DHCP will provide Gatekeeper IP address, HTTP server IP address, etc Series H323 IP phones use DHCP option 242 The network configuration of a 1600 series IP telephone can carried out using the device itself or using a DHCP server. Gatekeeper, HTTP server address, etc. can also entered manually at the IP phone Once powered, an IP phone will initially search for a script file 16xxupgrade.scr" on a HTTP server. This script file contains data on the software version that is responsible for the IP phone. Another required file is the 16xxsettings.txt file, which can contain information on the standard programming of the IP phone. The PC running the Manager can act as HTTP server (note the directory path of the bin-files).
9 Start up IP 1600 Series Phone For IP Office 4.2 or later running on an IP500 IP Office system, the full capacity of up to 272 extensions is supported using the IP Office for DHCP. LAN Manager (HTTP server) Gatekeeper DHCP DHCP Request DHCP Response -IP Address -Subnet Mask -Gateway etc. -SSON 242 with Gatekeeper IP Addr. Gatekeeper Port (1719) HTTP Server IP Addr. HTTP Server Directory etc. 16xxupgrade.sc r 16xxsettings.txt
10 DHCP Settings 4600 and 5600 Series H323 IP phones use DHCP option Series H323 IP phones use DHCP option 242
11 DHCP option 242 In the string value field, enter the following: MCIPADD=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx,MCPORT=1719,HTTPSRVR=yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy, HTTPDIR=z, VLANTEST=0 where: MCIPADD= is the H323 Gatekeeper (Callserver) address. Normally, this is the IP Office Unit's LAN1 address.MCPORT= is the RAS port address for initiating phone registration.HTTPSRVR= is the HTTP Server IP Address. Normally, this is the IP address of the PC running Manager.HTTPDIR= is the HTTP Server directory where the IP phone files are located. This entry is not required if those files are in the HTTP server's default directory.VLANTEST= is the number of minutes phones should attempt to register on a specific VLAN before defaulting back to VLAN 0. This field is optional. A setting of 0 disables the fallback to registering on VLAN 0. Note: This option must be configured on customer provided DHCP server. When using IP Office as DHCP server, this option will be set automatically by IP Office
Series Localized IP Telephones A new range of 1600 series IP telephones (1603/08/16) will replace the current 1600 series telephones that are offered today. The main difference in these is the introduction of a new graphical display that supports a proportional font. These new telephones are referred to as localized IP telephones and the existing 1600 series IP telephones are referred to as Global IP telephones. IP Office R6.0 will also continue to support the existing 1600 series IP phones. VPN Software will not be developed for these phones.
Series The 1400 series telephones for IP Office are the new line of digital telephones that will eventually replace the 5400 and 2400 series telephones and are very similar in appearance and function to the 1600 IP telephones. The 1400 series telephones will also be supported on the ACM/I55 platforms.
Series The 1400 series telephones being introduced with IP Office R6.0 are: DBM32 (only supported with the 1416)* Note: The 1416 telephones will support the connection of up to 3 BM32 modules. Power must be supplied to the telephone using an inline power module such as the 1151C or equivalent. The BM32 for the 1600 telephones is identical in appearance but is not compatible with the 1400 telephones. *: BM32, DBM32 or SBM24 supported in any combination up to a maximum of 1024 buttons/system.
15 On-hook Dialing (1400/1600/9600 only) IP Office R6.0 will support on-hook dialing, also referred to as en-bloc-dialing on the 1400, 1600 and 9600 series telephones. If set up, when dialing a number without lifting the handset, the phone does not automatically go off-hook (in speakerphone mode) but just displays the dialed digits in the display. A User may select the En-bloc dial preference from the Features Menu (Features > Call Settings > En-bloc Dial) which will then allow them to pre-compose digits before dialling. The call is initiated by going off hook or selecting a free appearance.