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This process may vary depending on what system you are using and what version but here is how you get into the phone:
1)Hold down the 2 volume keys at the same time and plug the network cable back in all the while holding down the 2 volume keys.
1)When you see "NETWORK PARAMETERS?" release the volume keys.
2)Press the <*> key for YES
3)When you see "VIEW CURRENT VALUES?" press the <#> key for No
4)When you see "VIEW DHCP VALUES?" press the <#> key for No
5)When you see "VIEW STATIC VALUES? press the <#> key for No
6)When you see "VIEW PERSIST. DATA? Press the <#> key for No
7)When you see "MODIFY STATIC VALUE?" press the <*> key for Yes
Again this is for a more up to date version of Mitel firmware. If you see something different let me know.
Hi J, Typically corporate use VPN for these kind of critical service access. Check with your IP Tele/Network admin and get VPN access or may be OfficeExtend or any other solution employed. Corporate don't expose their UC servers on internet w/o security.
Press and hold the up arrow key while booting the phone. Configure telephone - YES, Network Parameters - yes, then NO until you see Change. Set the appropriate information, IP address, default gateway, ICP IP address, TFTP server address, etc.
You should be warned that this gains nothing except making another device on the network that requires deliberate management.
Hi, For security reasons, the wifi router is always configured with a key. This will prevent unauthorized persons to access the internet via your wifi router. You have to ask the administrator who configured router to get the key and you have to provide the saem when prompted in your computer/laptop in order to connect to your office router.
I'm not quite clear on your problem. But I think what your describing would be difficult to archive. That's if I understand you correctly!
Perhaps what you might want to consider is this sort of device. It allows to normal (PSTN) telephones to be used as either SIP (VoIP) or as normal PSTN telephones. It does not require a PC once it's been set-up.