Question about Mitel 5220 IP Phone
Mitel 5224 keeps flashing message ,but is no message
This sounds like you have a call back message active on your phone, The callback is a through back to the days before we had Voice-mail, if you wanted a person to call you back you could activate their message light by pressing your message key while the called phone was ringing. To remove the light you would lift your handset and press the message key then select which party you wished to "callback", once the call was answered at the other end the light would be extinguished. Give this a try, I bet you will be surprised at the results.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Is the phone in a ACD? I'm guessing it also has a broken dial tone? We had this problem and found that the phone was part of an ACD but wasn't logged in, causing a call forward to kick in. We had to dial *81 on the phone to clear the phone settings (it will be different for you no doubt so check the Feature Access Code Assignment.
Failing this, I would suggest you take the persons telephone line out of the system entirely, clear voicemail, clear the extension number and clear its IP registration etc and then start afresh; this has worked for us in the past too.
Best of luck!
Posted on Dec 13, 2007
SOURCE: how do i manually configure
Press and hold the up arrow.
Configure Phone - Yes
network parameters - yes
press no until you see "change" and press yes.
You will need to set the following appropriately.
IP address, Subnet address, default gateway, ICP controller address, TFTP address, VLAN ID, VLAN priority, DiffServe Value, DNS address.
Normally it is not necessary to set the phone static except for testing. If your network and DHCP server is set up properly, you are not gaining any benefit for setting it static.
Also, you should find out what the other IP addressess are that are static on the Voice subnet. Along with that, you will need to know the DHCP range. These are needed so you don't assign a duplicate IP address to your network. Assign the phone to the wrong device could do great harm to your network. Assign it to use the same IP address as the phone system and none of your phones will operate.
Use with caution,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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