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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

Provides information about deployment, operate and maintain the Video Phone.
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Quickly Configuring a Single IP Phone

Quickly Configuring a Single IP Phone

This topic describes how to quickly configure a single eSpace 8950 on the phone web page.

Prerequisites

  • You have obtained the server and account information (listed in Table 7-1) from your network administrator.
    Table 7-1  Data plan for single phone configuration

    Item

    Sample Value

    Description

    Network environment

    IMS+UC

    Indicates the network environment of the IP phone. Determine and set up the network environment based on the site requirements.

    SIP server address

    192.168.1.10

    • In the IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to manually fill in the SIP server address, because the SIP server address is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In the UC2.X network environment, you need to manually fill in the SIP server address.

    SIP server port

    5060

    • In the IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to manually fill in the SIP server port number, because the SIP server port number is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In the UC2.X network environment, you need to manually fill in the SIP server port number.

    AA server address

    192.168.1.11

    The AA server address is available only in the IMS+UC network environment, and is used for pushing all server information.

    AA server port

    8081

    The AA server port is available only in the IMS+UC network environment, and is used for pushing all server information.

    Account

    866666

    Indicates the phone account assigned by the SIP server.

    User name

    • In the UC2.X network environment: 866666

    • In the IMS+UC network environment, the user name is automatically pushed by the AA server.
    • In the UC2.X network environment, the user name is the same as the account.
    • In the IMS+UC network environment, the user name is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Password

    User@123456

    Indicates the password for the phone account assigned by the SIP server.

  • You have obtained the phone IP address (which is generally assigned by the DHCP server). If a static IP address is required, you need to obtain the static IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, and primary and secondary DNS server addresses from your network administrator.
  • You have obtained the switch VLAN information. Generally, the switch automatically delivers VLAN information using LLDP. If the VLAN information needs to be manually configured, you need to obtain the phone VLAN ID and priority as well as PC port VLAN ID from your network administrator.

Background

The quick configuration of a single IP phone can be used when only few IP phones need to be configured after batch deployment.

Procedure

  1. Connect the network cable and power cable of an IP phone, and power on the IP phone.
  2. Configure the IP address of the IP phone.

    • If the IP address is obtained in DHCP mode, perform the following operations: Tap and choose APPLICATIONS > Settings, and then choose System > About Phone > Status. Record the IP address the IP phone.
    • If a static IP address is used, set the IP address according to the data plan.
      1. On the phone login screen, tap Tap and choose APPLICATIONS > Settings and choose Ethernet > IPV4.
      2. On the screen that is displayed, set IPv4 to Static and fill in the IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, and (optional) DNS server address.
      3. Tap OK.
      NOTE:
      The IP phone and USB camera communicate with each other using IP addresses 172.31.255.253 and 172.31.255.254. It is not allowed to set the external IP address of the IP phone to 172.31.255.253 or 172.31.255.254; otherwise, an IP conflict will occur.

  3. Access the phone web page as an administrator.

    NOTE:
    The default administrator account and password are admin and admin123. Change the password at your first login to ensure security.

  4. Choose Advanced > Server. Set Network Environment according to the data plan.

    NOTE:
    A phone restart is required for the modified network environment to take effect.

  5. Choose Advanced > Configuration Wizard.

    The Configuration Wizard > Network page is displayed.

  6. Set parameters (see Table 7-2 for detailed parameter descriptions).

    Table 7-2  Parameter description

    Parameter

    How to Set

    Access Authentication

    802.1x

    Enable 802.1x (recommended).

    LLDP-MED

    LLDP-MED

    Select Enable if the switch supports LLDP. After LLDP is enabled, the IP phone obtains VLAN ID from the switch at intervals. Select Disable if the switch does not support LLDP.

    Packet Transfer Interval(s)

    Retain the default value.

    VLAN

    Internet port

    Select Enable or Disable based on the site requirements. If you select Enable, the IP phone's VLAN function will be enabled.

    ID

    This parameter specifies the VLAN ID of the Internet port (LAN port) on the IP phone. Manually fill in the value according to the data plan if the switch cannot deliver the VLAN ID automatically.

    Priority

    Retain the default value.

    PC Port

    Select Enable if the IP phone is connected to a PC and if VLAN IDs for the PC and the IP phone need to be differentiated.

    ID

    This parameter specifies the VLAN ID of the PC port on the IP phone. Manually fill in the value according to the data plan if the switch cannot deliver the VLAN ID automatically.

    IPv4 Network Access Mode

    DHCP

    Select this access mode if the IP phone automatically obtains an IP address from the DHCP server.

    Fixed IP Address

    Retain the default value because related values have been configured on the phone LCD screen.

    IPv6 Network Access Mode

    Fixed IP Address

    Set it according to the data plan.

  7. Click Next.

    The Configuration Wizard > Server Settings page is displayed.

  8. Set parameters (see Table 7-3 for detailed parameter descriptions).

    Table 7-3  Parameter description

    Parameter

    How to Set

    SIP Server

    Server 1

    • In the UC2.X network environment, manually fill in the SIP server address according to the data plan.
    • In the IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to manually fill in the SIP server address, because the SIP server address is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    Port

    • In the UC2.X network environment, manually fill in the SIP server port number according to the data plan.
    • In the IMS+UC network environment, you do not need to manually fill in the SIP server port number, because the SIP server port number is automatically pushed by the AA server.

    AA Server

    Server 1

    Fill in the IP address of the AA server in the IMS+UC network environment.

    Port

    Fill in the port number of the AA server in the IMS+UC network environment.

  9. Click Next.

    The Configuration Wizard > Account Settings page is displayed.

  10. Fill in the phone account, user name, and password according to the data plan, and click Save.
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