GREAT - these folks at Uniden couldn't write an informative manual if their life depended on it. The Win1200 is OK. However, when one gets an out of area code call, i.e., long-distance, how in heck are you suppose to use the "diall" feature in the "Caller ID" window if the phone doesn't let you insert a "1" to denote it was from a long distance number. You also can't someway, somehow tell the phone to automatically insert a "1" if necessary. However, the folks did realize in some areas, 10 digit calling is not required, so you can fix that. If you can fix that, why in hell can't you insert a 1 for the long distance number which appears in the Caller ID screen? If you select dial - guess what, you get the pre-recorded message - "...you must first dial a 1 or a zero when dialing this number..."
FRUSTRATION OUT THE YING-YANG
Thanks for any help!!
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Re: How to insert a "1" for out-of-state call back
Unfortunately most home phones don't have a feature that will automatically enter a 1 when you try to automatically dial a call received. the only way to get around this is to purchase a different phone. i'm sorry to here about your problem.
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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.
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Depends on your network setting, check if your network has Fixed IP or DHCP, if you have DHCP check the Setup menu when he phone starts up, go to network settings and make sure its set for DHCP, if you have fixed IP addresses then you set it for manual ip and insert an IP address manually
remember it must be in the same group Example 192.168.1.120 (phone) 255,255,255 (sub Mask) and PBX IP 192.168.1.150
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1. Reset the phone by disconnecting and re-connecting power.
2. When the Nortel logo appears, press each of the four soft keys in sequence.
3. If no other configuration changes are required, press OK repeatedly until the “PC
Port? 1-ON 0-0FF” option appears.
4. Press 1 to enable the PC Port or 0 to disable the PC Port.
5. Select OK to confirm the change.
6. Restart the IP Phone.
When the IP Phone is restarted, the firmware sets the PC Port status accordingly
I had the same problem, but good thing I bought three of them. The first one worked right out of the box, the second one wouldn't come up for about two days and the third one took several days before it would turn itself on. My opinion is that the batteries are really flat from being on the shelf for so long before they are sold and have "memorized" that condition.
I went to the Uniden site and their FAQ don't really address much about this product, wish they would expand it somewhat.
Good luck and keep on trying to charge the batteries.