YEALINK T27P IP Phone User Manual Yealink SIP T27P T27G Quick Start Guide V80 1

YEALINK (XIAMEN ) NETWORK TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. IP Phone Yealink SIP T27P T27G Quick Start Guide V80 1


Users Manual Part One

Quick Start Guide (V80.1)Enterprise IP PhoneSIP-T27P & T27Gwww.yealink.comApplies to firmware version or later.
1. Attach the stand, as shown below:2. Connect the handset and optional headset, as shown below:The following items are included in your package. If you find anything missing, contact your system administrator.(Optional)(Optional)StandHandset CordHandsetIP PhoneEthernet CableDesk Mount MethodWall Mount BracketPower Adapter1Quick Start GuidePackaging ContentsNote: The headset and wireless headset adapter EHS36 should be purchased separately.         The EXT port can also be used to connect the expansion module EXP39. For more information on how to use         the EHS36 and EXP39, refer to Yealink EHS36 User Guide, Yealink EXP39 User Guide.Note: You can also mount the phone to a wall. For more information on how to attach the wall mount bracket, refer          to Yealink Wall Mount Quick Installation Guide for Yealink IP Phones.ABNote: The models displayed on the phone differ from each other. The packaging content "IP Phone" listed above takes          a SIP-T27G IP phone as an example. Assembling the PhoneWireless Headset Adapter EHS36
3. Connect the network and power, as shown below:You have two options for network and power connections. Your system administrator will advise you on which one to use.After the IP phone is connected to the network and supplied with power, it automatically begins the initialization process. After startup, the phone is readyfor use. You can configure the phone via phone user interface or web user interface.PC Connection   (Optional) IEEE 802.3af compliantPoE Hub/SwitchNote: If inline power (PoE) is provided, you don’t need to connect the power adapter. Make sure the hub/switch is          PoE-compliant.StartupABAC Power OptionPoE ( Power over Ethernet ) OptionPC Connection   (Optional) Power Adapter     (DC 5V)2
3Accessing the web user interface:Account Settings:  Click on Account->Register->Account X (X=1,2,3,4,5,6)Parameters of the account:Network Settings:Account Settings:Configuring via phone user interfaceConfiguring via web user interfaceRegister status icons on the LCD screen:1. Press the OK key when the phone is idle to obtain the IP address of the phone. You can configure the network settings in the following ways:It shows the register status of the current account.You can select Enabled/Disabled to enable/disable the account.It is shown on the LCD screen to identify the account.It is shown as caller ID when placing a call.It is provided by ITSP for registration (required).It is an authenticated ID for authentication provided by ITSP (required).It is provided by ITSP for registration (required).It is provided by ITSP for registration (required).DHCP: By default, the phone attempts to contact a DHCP server in your network to obtain its valid network settings, Static IP Address: If your phone cannot contact a DHCP server for any reason, you need to configure the IP address, PPPoE: If you are using an xDSL modem, you can connect your phone to the Internet via PPPoE mode. Contact the Press the Menu soft key when the phone is idle, select Settings->Advanced Settings (default password: admin)->Network->WAN Port/VLAN/Webserver Type/802.1x  Settings/VPN/LLDP/CDP/NAT to configure the network.Press the Menu soft key when the phone is idle, select Settings->Advanced Settings (default password: admin)->Accounts toconfigure the account. 2. Open a web browser on your computer, enter the IP address into the address bar (e.g., ""    or "") and then press Enter.Register Status:            Line Active:Label:Display Name: User Name: Register Name: Password: Server Host: 3. Enter the user name (default: admin) and password (default: admin) in the login page and click Confirm.Network Settings: Click on Network->Basic->IPv4 ConfigRegistered Register Failed RegisteringConfiguring Your PhoneNote: The IP phone also supports IPv6, but IPv6 is disabled by default.         Wrong network settings may result in the inaccessibility of your phone and may have an impact on the          network performance. Contact your system administrator for more information.Note: Check with your system administrator if any error appears during the registration process or a specific          configuration is required for your registration.Note: For more information on account parameters, refer to Configuring via web user interface.e.g., IP address, subnet mask, gateway address and DNS address.subnet mask, gateway address, primary DNS address and secondary DNS address for the phone manually.ITSP for the account and password.
4Placing a CallAnswering a CallEnding a CallCall Mute and Un-muteRedialCall Hold and ResumeTo place a call on hold:Using the handset:Using the speakerphone:Using the headset:Using the handset:Using the speakerphone:Using the headset:Using the handset:Using the speakerphone:Using the headset:1. With the handset on-hook, press           .1. Pick up the handset.2. Enter the number, and then press the Send soft key. 1. With the headset connected, press  to activate the headset mode.2. Enter the number, and then press the Send soft key.2. Enter the number, and then press the Send soft key.Pick up the handset.Press           .Hang up the handset or press the EndCall soft key.Press           .Press or the EndCall soft key.Press the EndCall soft key.Press to enter the Placed Calls list, press  or to select the desired entry, and then press or the Sendsoft key.Press          twice when the phone is idle to dial out the last dialed number.To resume the call, do one of the following:Press          to mute the microphone during a call.Press          again to un-mute the call.If there is only one call on hold, press  or the Resume soft key.Press          or the Hold soft key during an active call.Basic Call FeaturesNote: During a call, you can alternate between the headset, hands-free speakerphone and handset modes by Note: You can reject an incoming call by pressing the Reject soft key.pressing the HEADSET key, the Speakerphone key or by picking up the handset. Headset mode requires a connected headset.

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