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To answer your question: Your phone has lost connection to the VOIP network. These types of phones use DHCP to assign an IP address to themselves from your VOIP network, usually by means of a switch or router. When they lose connection to this switch or router, they cannot communicate with the VOIP network and load their network environment, called PXE. This in turn loads the phone. Try replacing the patch cable on the phone between the phone and the wall. If that doesn't resolve your issue call your Telcom Specialist who installed the VOIP Network. He will need to test the phone, switch, Firewall, and VLAN to make sure the phone hasn't died or his configuration hasn't been hosed in the router or VLAN. He may also need to reset his VOIP box.
In your VoIP monitor settings there are two options to make your phone connect to voip. You either have to dail # # or # *. I would try hitting pound twice, but it's kind of tricky because sometimes when the dlink tries to connect it will flip back and forth between voip and pstn. So I recommend holding the phone to your ear and hitting # until you hear that dial tone!