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User Guide

eSpace 7910 and 7950 IP Phone V200R003C30

Describes the services supported by the eSpace 7910&7950 IP phones and the implementation of such services.

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Network

Network

The Network parameter can be set only when the user access network function is enabled in the VFOneNet network environment.

You can perform the following steps to set the network:

  1. On the home screen, choose Apps > System > Network.

    The Network screen is displayed.

  2. Press the up/down arrow button to select and modify corresponding network parameters.

Table 5-3 describes the network parameters.

Table 5-3 Network parameters

Parameter

Description and Configuration

Access

802.1x

802.1x is a protocol for port-based network access control. It authenticates and controls devices that attempt to connect to a LAN.

  • If a device connected to an 802.1x-enabled port on the switch is authenticated, the device can access resources on the LAN.
  • If the authentication fails, the device cannot access resources on the LAN.

Enable or disable 802.1x based on requirements.

LLDP-MED

Indicates whether to enable LLDP packet sending on the phone's LAN port.

LLDP enables a device to store and manage information about the device itself and directly-connected neighbors for the network management system to check the link communication status.

Enable or disable LLDP-MED based on requirements.

VLAN

Indicates whether to enable the VLAN function for the phone's LAN port.

If you select Enable, the VLAN function is enabled for the phone's LAN port.

To enable the VLAN, you need to set VLAN ID and VLAN Priority.

VLAN ID: Indicates the VLAN ID of the phone's LAN port. After LAN port is enabled, the data packets sent by the IP phone carry VLAN tags. The network administrator divides the network connected to the switch into multiple VLANs. Each VLAN has a VLAN ID.

Set this parameter to the ID of the VLAN to which the IP phone belongs.

Value range: 0-4094

VLAN Priority value range: 0–7 (A larger value indicates a higher priority.)

Security

SRTP

Indicates the media stream encryption mode.

  • Mandatory: encrypts media streams.
  • Optional: encrypts media streams when Mandatory or Optional is selected for the peer IP phone, and does not encrypt media streams when Disable is selected for the peer IP phone.
  • Disable: does not encrypt media streams.

To ensure communication security, it is recommended that you select Mandatory.

SIP Transport

Indicates the transmission mode of SIP signaling. Three options are available:

  • UDP: transaction-oriented, simple, and unreliable transmission mode
  • TLS: cryptographic and secure transmission mode to ensure confidentiality and message integrity
  • TCP: connection-oriented and reliable transmission mode

Set this parameter based on the site requirements.

WEB

Indicates the mode for accessing the IP phone using the web page.

  • Disable: Web access is disabled.
  • HTTP: The web browser interacts with the IP phone using HTTP. When you select HTTPS, the web browser automatically changes its web access mode to HTTPS even if you log in to the phone web page using HTTP.
  • HTTPS: The web browser interacts with the IP phone using HTTPS, which ensures user information security.

TLS 1.0

Indicates TLS 1.0.

Enable or disable TLS1.0 based on site requirements.

Ethernet IPv4 Settings

DHCP

An IP phone obtains the IP address from the DHCP server automatically.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

Static

Fill out the IP address, subnet mask, gateway address, active DNS server address, and standby DNS server address.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

PPPoE

Enter the user name and password for PPPoE dialup.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

Ethernet IPv6 Settings

DHCP

An IP phone automatically obtains an IP address from the DHCP server.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

Static

Fill out the IP address, subnet mask, prefix length, gateway address, active DNS server address, and standby DNS server address.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

PPPoE

Enter the user name and password for PPPoE dialup.

Select this option and configure it based on the actual network environment.

Apply for Certificate

Proprietary Protocol

The IP phone directly downloads a certificate from the network management server.

SCEP

Indicates the Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP).

If you select this option, you need to enter the account and password for authentication.

If you have any questions when setting the preceding parameters, contact the system administrator.

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Updated: 2019-10-30

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