My unit is stuck with blinking red leds and the display says initializing. Checked the phone port and it is working. Moved the polycomm to another working 2616 port - same error. What else can I do to get this working again?
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when you plug it in, and the Nortel logo appears on the screen, swipe the three buttons that are under the display, with your finger, and that will get you into programming.
you will select following
Manual DHCP config? yes
enter the IP address of your system
for port #: enter: 7000
retries: enter 5
for the rest of the programming select "0" till the end
it appears u have connected it to the epabx extension. when u try nos first & then press call, the unit dials the nos so fast that it does not understand ur access number (0 or 9) for dialling out.for this u need to give a pause between the access number ( 0 or 9 to get the dial tone for diallin an external no)this is available on the keypad as pause / redial & then out the number & press call.the prob should get fixed!
Someone in our office recently damaged the RJ-45 cable for our
Polycom Soundstation. Because the jack was damaged I could not
determine the order of the cables. After a call to polycom, we found
the pinout information we needed - so I thought I would share, in case
anyone else finds themselves in a similar situation:
With the RJ-45 prong pointing down the wires, from left to right are:
Then Crimp and test. I got this information directly from Polycom
for use with the Polycom Soundstation. This information was not easy to
get. They originally told me they could not provide the information and
I would have to buy a power adapter. This is not true, just trim the
cable and follow the above instructions.
It needs to be plugged into a properly configured Avaya Definity digital port / wall jack. (NOT a regular telephone line as this can damage the polycom!!!) Does another Avaya digital phone work in that jack? If it does then call polycom for a RMA and eturn the phone under warrenty. If another Avaya digital phone does also does not work you need to check the PBX configuration or there is a wiring error at the jack or the PBX.