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****** Page 3 ****** Software License Agreement Aastra Telecom Inc., hereinafter known as “Seller”, grants to Customer a personal, worldwide, non-transferable, non-sublicenseable and non-exclu- sive, restricted use license to use Software in object form solely with the Equipment for which the Software was intended. This Product may inte- grate programs, licensed to Aastra by third party Suppliers, for distribution under the terms of this agreement. These programs are confidential and proprietary, and are protected as such by copyright law as unpublished works and by international treaties to the fullest extent under the applica- ble law of the jurisdiction of the Customer. In addition, these confidential and proprietary programs are works conforming to the requirements of Section 401 of title 17 of the United States Code. Customer shall not dis- close to any third party such confidential and proprietary programs and information and shall not export licensed Software to any country except in accordance with United States Export laws and restrictions. Customer agrees to not reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or dis- play Software furnished in object code form. Customer shall not modify, copy, reproduce, distribute, transcribe, translate or reduce to electronic medium or machine readable form or language, derive source code with- out the express written consent of the Seller and its Suppliers, or dissemi- nate or otherwise disclose the Software to third parties. All Software furnished hereunder (whether or not part of firmware), including all copies thereof, are and shall remain the property of Seller and its Suppliers and are subject to the terms and conditions of this agreement. All rights reserved. Customer’s use of this software shall be deemed to reflect Customer’s agreement to abide by the terms and conditions contained herein. Removal or modification of trademarks, copyright notices, logos, etc., or the use of Software on any Equipment other than that for which it is intended, or any other material breach of this Agreement, shall automatically terminate this license. If this Agreement is terminated for breach, Customer shall imme- diately discontinue use and destroy or return to Seller all licensed software and other confidential or proprietary information of Seller. In no event shall Seller or its suppliers or licensors be liable for any damages whatso- ever (including without limitation, damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, other pecuniary loss, or consequential damages) arising out of the use of or inability to use the soft- ware, even if Seller has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide iii 0) O

****** Page 5 ****** Table of Contents Software License Agreement …………………………………………………………..iii Introduction 1 Phone Features Requirements 1 About This Guide 2 Phone Parts 3 Optional Accessories (Not Included) 3 Key Panel 5 Key Description 6 Installation and Setup ………………………………………………………………………8 Direct or Shared Network Connection 8 Connecting to the Network and to Power 10 Connecting a Handset or Headset 12 Desk or Wall Installation 13 Inserting the Key Card on your Phone 15 Customizing your phone ….. ….. ….. ….. ….. …………………………………………. 16 Accessing Your Options via the Phone UI 16 Accessing Your Options via the Aastra Web UI 17 Other Phone Features ……………………………………………………………………22 Adjusting the Volume 22 Status Lights (LEDs) 22 Call Timer 23 Softkeys 23 Programmable Keys 23 Line/CaII Appearance Keys 24 Using a Headset with your Telephone 24 Model 536 Expansion Modules (536EM) 25 Installing the 536EM 26 Troubleshooting Solutions 28 Limited Warranty 31

****** Page 7 ****** Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the Model 55i IP Phone! The 55i communicates over an IP Network, allowing you to place and receive calls in the same manner as a regular business telephone. The 55i is capable of supporting the SIP IP protocol. Phone Features 8 line graphical LCD screen (144 x 75 pixels) with white backlight 12 programmable keys — 6 Top keys: Programmable hard keys (up to 6 programmable functions) 6 Bottom keys: Programmable state-based softkeys (up to 20 programmable functions) 4 call appearance lines with LEDs Supports up to 9 call lines Full-duplex speakerphone for handsfree calls Headset support (modular connector) Built-in-two-port, 10/100 Ethernet switch lets you share a connection with your computer. Inline power support (based on 802.3af standard) which eliminates power adapters. AC power adapter (included) Enhanced busy lamp fields* Set paging* * Availability of feature dependant on your phone system or service provider Requirements The 55i IP Phone requires the following environment: • SIP-based IP PBX system or network installed and running with a SIP account created for the 55i phone. • Access to a Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP), File Transfer Protocol (FTI)), Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server, or Hyper Text Trans- fer Protocol over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) (HTTPS). • 802.3af Ethernet/ Fast Ethernet LAN • Category 5/5e straight through cabling • Power over Ethernet (POE) inline power injector (optional accessory – necessary only if your network provides no inline power and if you do not use the IP Phone’s power adapter). O o Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 1

****** Page 8 ****** o o About This Guide This manual describes how to physically set up your new 55i. Not all features listed are available by default and some may depend on your phone systenm or service provider. Contact your system administrator if you have any questions on what features and services are available to you on your system. This guide complements the SIP IP phone Aastra 53i, 55i, 57i, 57i CT Administrator Guide and the Aastra Model 55i User Guide. SIP IP Phone Aastra 53i, 55i, 57i, 57i CT Administrator Guide — is designed for network adnünistrators, system administrators, developers and partners who need information on installing this product on an IP network. Aastra Model 55i IP Phone User Guide — explains the most commonly used IP telephone features for an end user. These guides along with release notes, system updates, etc. can be downloaded from our Web site at aastratelecom.com/IPPhones. 2 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 9 ****** Phone Parts When you unpack your phone, you should ensure that you have all of the following items. If any part is missing, contact the supplier of your phone. Telephone Telephone Base Desk Legs Handset Handset Programmable Key Card Cord 55i IP PHONE Power Adapter Ethernet Cable 55i Installation Guide Wall Mount Drilling Terngiate Wall Mount Drilling Template Screws and Anchors for Wall Mounting Optional Accessories (Not Included) POE (Power over Ethernet) Additional Ethernet Cable (category 5/5e straight Inline Power Injector through cable) Model 536EM Expansion Module O Model 560EM Expansion Module Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 3

****** Page 10 ****** O O A POE (Power over Ethernet) inline power injector supplies 48v power to the 55i through the Ethernet Cable on pins 4 & 5 and 7 & 8. Warning: Do not use this POE inline power injector to power other devices. The Model 536 Expansion Module (536EM) and Model 560 Expansion Module (560EM) attach to the right side of the 55i phone. Model 536EM provides 36 additional softkeys for the phone. Model 560EM provides 60 additional softkeys. For Inore inforlnation about the expansion modules, see the section, Model 536 Expansion Modules (536EM) on page page 25. 4 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 11 ****** Key Panel 6 programlnable keys with LEDs High quality speakerphone HAC handset Goodbye key Options key Hold key Redial Key Volume control Navigational keys 8-line LCD screen Keypad 1 Message waiting lamp 6 dynamic context- sensitive softkeys cz L4 L3 9 wxyz Speakerphone/ headset toggle key Mute key 4 call appearance lines Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 5

****** Page 12 ****** O Key Description* Keys Key Description Goodbye key – Ends an active call. The Goodbye key also exits an open list, such as the Options List, without saving changes. Options key – Accesses options to customize your phone. Your System Administrator may have already customized some of your settings. Check with your System Administrator before changing the administrator-only options. Hold key – Places an active call on hold. To retrieve a held call, press the call appearance button beside the light that is flashing. Redial key – Redials up to 100 previously dialed numbers. Pressing the Redial key twice simultaneously redials the last dialed number. Volume control key Adjusts the volume for the handset, headset, ringer, and handsfree speaker. See “Adjusting the Volume on page 22 for more information. Line/Call Appearance key i- Connects you to a line or call. The Aastra 55i IP phone supports up to 4 line keys. Handsfree key – Activates Handsfree for making and receiving calls without lifting the handset. When the audio mode option is set, this key is used to switch between a headset and the handsfree speakerphone. See ltCustomizing your phone” on page 16 for more information. Mute key i- Mutes the microphone so that your caller cannot hear you (the light indicator flashes when the microphone is on mute). 6 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 13 ****** Keys Key Description Navigation keys – Pressing the UP and DOVVN arrow keys lets you view different status and text messages on the LCD display (if there is more than 1 line of status/texf messages). These buttons also let you scroll through menu selections, such as the Options List. Pressing the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys lets you view the different line/call appearances. While in the Options List, these keys allow you to exit or enter the current option. When you are editing entries on the display, pressing the LEFT arrow key erases the character on the left; pressing the RIGHT arrow key sets the option. Programmable keys – 6 Top keys: programmable hard keys (up to 6 programmable functions) By default, keys 1 through 4 are assigned as Services, Directory, Callers List, and Intercom, respectively. Keys 5 and 6 have no assigned functions. All 6 keys are programmable and can be assigned to perform specific functions. The following are the default functions for the programmable keys on the 55i IP phone: 1 – SERVICES 2 DIRECTORY 3 – CALLERS LIST 4 – INTERCOM 5 €- NONE 6 – NONE Accesses enhanced features and services such as XML applications and voicemail, provided by third parties. Displays up to 200 names and phone numbers (stored in alphabetical order) Accesses the last 200 calls received. Accesses another extension on the network. No assigned function No assigned function Note: For more information about programming keys 1 through 6 to perform specific functions, see the Aastra Model 55i user Guide. Softkeys – 6 Bottom keys: programmable state- based softkeys (up to 20 programmable functions) Note: For more information about programming keys 1 through 6 to perform specific functions, see the Aastra Model 55i User Guide. *See the Aastra 55i User Guide for more information about each of these keys. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide o 7

****** Page 14 ****** O o Installation and Setup The 55i can be setup to share a network connection with another network device. Power can be provided by the power adapter (optional accessory), or by an 802.3af compliant network power source, or with a POE inline power injector (optional accessory). It can also be installed on a desk or mounted on the wall. If your System Administrator has already setup your phone, please refer to the 55i User Guide for call handling information or contact to your System Administrator. Direct or Shared Network Connection The phone can be set up as a direct network connection to the Ethernet wall jack or as a shared network connection as a pass-through if connecting a computer or another network device. Direct Network Connection Located at the top of the phone are two fully switched 10/100 Mbps Ethernet cable ports. The port marked with LAN is used to connect the phone to the network, as well as provide power to your phone (if required). See the section ‘iConnecting to the Network and to Power” on page 10 for more information. Network Jack (if Inline power provided, do not install the power adapter) Separate Network Jack Other Network Devices Ethernet Cable Power Adapter Connecüon LAN To Network Power Adapter 8 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 15 ****** Shared Network Connection To connect a network device (such as a computer) to the phone, connect an Ethernet cable into the network port on the top of the phone marked with PC. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the network jack on the network device for which you are sharing the network connection. Note: The PC jack on the 55i does not supply inline power onto other network devices. All Ethernet cables used must be minimum category 5/5e straight- through cables, such as the cable provided with your phone. Network Jack Ethernet (if Inline power provided, Ca es do not install the power adapter) Other Network Devices Power Adapter Connection Toßetwork To Other Network Devicy Power Adapter Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 9

****** Page 16 ****** O Connecting to the Network and to Power Inline Power Provided If your network provides 802.3af compliant in-line power, the phone is powered through the network. 1. On the top of your phone, connect the Ethernet cable (provided with your phone) into the network port marked with LAN. 2. Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable directly into the network jack on the wall. Ethernet Cable Network Jack (if Inline power provided) 10 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide I-AN To Network

****** Page 17 ****** /n/ine Power Not Provided If your network does not provide 802.3af compliant in-line power, you need to install the POE inline power injector (optional accessory). 1. On the top of your phone, connect the Ethernet cable (provided with your phone) into the network port marked with LAN. 2. On the POE power injector, plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the network jack marked as indicated in the illustration below. 3. On the POE power supply, connect an additional Ethernet cable into the network port as indicated in the illustration below. 4. Plug the other end of the Ethernet Cable into the network jack on the wall. 5. Plug the POE power injector into a power outlet. pc LAN To PoE Ethernet Cables Network Jack Power Outlet POE Power injector (if Inline power is not provided) To To Phone dack Note: You should connect the power supply to a surge protector or power bar. All Ethernet cables used must be minimum category 5/5e straight-through cables, such as the cable provided with your phone. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 11

****** Page 18 ****** O o Connecting a Handset or Headset Handset Turn the phone over and locate the handset jack Inarked Insert one end of handset cord into the jack until it clicks into place. Then route the handset cord through the groove as shown in the illustration below. Attach the handset to the other end of the handset cord. To Headset To Handset Headset (Optional) Turn the phone over and locate the headset jack marked O. Insert the headset cord into the jack until it clicks into place. Then route the headset cord through the groove as shown in the above illustration. 12 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 19 ****** Desk or Wall Installation /nsta// on the Desk The desk installation for the 55i IP phone consists of two legs that attach to the back of the phone near the top corners. A total of four different viewing angles allows users to personalize their phone viewing preference. Attach each leg by inserting the tabs on the leg into the slots on the bottom of the phone. There are three pair of leg slots on each corner of the phone; each leg uses two pairs (1&2, or 2&3) giving two leg positions designating different viewing angles. Furthermore, the legs can be reversed which offer two additional viewing angles. For a higher viewing angle, use the second and third slots from the top. For a lower viewing angle, use the first and second slots from the top. Then push the stand towards the phone until it snaps into place. O Three stand slot locations for customizing the height of the desk phone. 20.7 deg. Incline Angle 23.3 deg Incline Angle 26.6 deg. Incline Angle 30.9 deg. Incline Angle Total 4 Viewing Angles Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 13

****** Page 20 ****** O o o Insta// on the Wal/ The 55i IP phone has two pre-drilled wall mounting holes on the back of the phone. Using the provided wall mount drilling template, locate and mark the position for the mounting screws on the wall. Depending on the wall type, you may need to use wall anchors. Both the screws and wall anchors are included with your phone. Place the wall mount holes on the phone over the screw heads on the wall and pull down to lock the phone in. O daq unt oles Note: You may wish to purchase a short Ethernet cable from a local supplier for a wall installation. Also, if 802.3af compliant in-line power is not provided on your network, and you are installing the 55i on a wall using a POE in-line power injector, you may also wish to use an equivalent flat Ethernet cable rather than the one provided. 14 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 21 ****** Inserting the Key Card on your Phone This card contains the label identification spaces for 6 programmable keys. 1. Remove the clear plastic lens from the top front panel of the telephone by gently pressing down on the lens and sliding upward. 2. Place the card into the programmable key card slot on the top front panel of the telephone using the indentation of the plastic for alignment. 3. With one hand holding the label card in place, gently slide the clear plastic lens into the slots at the top of the programmable key panel. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 15

****** Page 22 ****** O o Customizing your phone There is a list of configuration options, accessed by pressing the button on the phone. You can access some of these options via the Aastra Web UI also. The following table indicates the options and the method you can use to access these options on your phone. Access from Phone Ul Access from Aastra Web Ul Phone Option Language Time and Date Time Date Time and Date Formats Time Server Time Zone Daylight Savings Time Ring Tones/ Tone Sets Clear Message Waiting Contrast Level Backlight Live Dialpad Set Audio Audio Mode Headset Mic Volume Call Forward Number Mode No. of Rings Phone Status Network Status Firmware Version Restart Phone User Password Phone Lock Accessing Your Options via the Phone Ul 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 16 Press the Options key on the phone to enter the options list. To go to an Option, use A and V to scroll through the list, or press the number corresponding to the Option. Press the Show softkey, the > button, or press the digit number of the corresponding option to select an option. Use the softkeys to change a selected option. Press the Oone softkey at any time to exit the option and save the change. Press the Cancel softkey, the < button, or the button at any time to exit without saving changes. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide ****** Page 23 ****** Accessing Your Options via the Aastra Web Ul You can use the following procedure to access the phone options using the Aastra Web UI. Aastra Web Ul 1. Open your web browser and enter the phone's IP address or host name into the address field. If the browser is using HTTP, the following redirect screen displays, fol- lowed by the "Security Alert" window. This process redirects HTTP to use HTTPS for a more secure connection.. hltp://10.50.10.9i/ Intermt F xplorer T hi Web q;rd MSN Security Alert One moment please You vgil redrectad in a few vou cen The page are tmng to requres tp use ot 'tlttps'i in the adcfress Information you exchange with this site cannot be viewed or changed by others. However. there is a problem nith the site's security certificate. The security certificate was issued by a company you have not chosen to trust View the certificate to determine Whether you want to trust the certifying authority. O The security certificate date is valid. The name on the security certificate is invalid or does not match the name of the site Do you want to proceed? 2. Click YES to accept the certificate 3. At the prompt, enter your username and password and click 0K. The Network Status window displays for the IP phone you are access- ing. Note: For a user, the default user name is "user" and the password field is left blank. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 17 O o ****** Page 24 ****** The Network Status window displays for the IP phone you are accessing. A srRA Status system Intormat•on Phone I-ack and ProArammabIe Kers Reset Basic Settmqs call Network Status AttriJute u rik State Negotiation Speed MAC Address: Hardware Attri)ute Pl-atrorrn Fii e Attrbute F i Version Release Code version Oate/Tirne 55i pmt 1 t OVbos up 1 IJMtcz 00-08-50-1010-F4 55i O SIP 110.1225 Jan 4. You can logout of the Aastra Web UI at any time by clicking Log Off. The following categories display in the side menu of the Aastra Web UI: Status, Operation, Basic Settings. Reference For more information about changing your options using the Aastra Web Ul, see the Aastra Model 55i IP Phone User Guide. Language Select a language that you would like your phone to use for displaying prompts and menus. Note: Supported languages may vary depending on configuration. Contact your Network Administrator for list of available languages. Time and Date Use these options to set the local time on the phone. Depending upon the configuration, time set here may be overwritten by the time on your phone system. If you are having problems with this, contact your Network Administrator. • Time Server Talk to your Network Administrator before making changes to this option. If the Time Server option is enabled, the display shows the IP address where the phone is getting time and date information from on the Network. Whenever the phone starts up, it will automatically attempt to find the Time Server. If the Time Server is not found and unknown to the phone, the IP address will display as 0.0.0.0, and the time and date in the main screen displays the equivalent of "12:00 am Jan. 1st 2000 'l. If the Time Server option is disabled, the display shows "Network Time Disabled". You can set the time and date manually on your phone. 18 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide ****** Page 25 ****** • Set Time This option shows the Network time, if the Time Server option is enabled. It also allows you to set the time manually. Note: if you set the time manually, the phone will not try to synchronize the time with a timeserver until the next time it is restarted. • Time Format Select a time format for how time displays on your phone (12h or 24h clock). • Set Date This option shows the Network date, if the Timeserver option is enabled. It also allows you to enter the date manually. Note: if you set the date manually, the phone will not synchronize the date with a timeserver until the next time it is restarted. • Date Format Choose from a list of formats for how the date displays on your phone. • Time Zone Choose your current time zone. Select your country by scrolling through a list, or by entering the country code (i.e., CA, US), then pick from the time zone list for that country. • Daylight Savings This option allows you to specify daylight savings. Set Ring Tone/Tone Set Use these options to set the preference of ring tone and call progress tones for your phone. • Ring Tone Press the Change softkey to select one of the five ring tones or silent. Use the volume bar to increase or decrease the ringer volume level. • Tone Set Press the Change softkey to select one of the seven predefined tone sets for the phone to play country specific call progress tones such as dial tone, ringing tone, busy tone, congestion tone, call waiting tone, and ringing cadence. Clear Message Waiting To clear the Message Waiting Light, select the Clear softkey. The light will flash again when there are new messages waiting. Contrast Leve/ Use these options to set the preference of contrast level and backlight for your phone. • Contrast Level Use the Change softkey to cycle through eight contrast settings, which brighten or darken the display. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 19 O O o ****** Page 26 ****** O o Backlight Use the Change softkey to cycle through different backlighting options of OFF, ON, or Auto. Auto backlighting sets the phone to turn off the backlighting after a period of inactivity; the idle period is user definable under the Advanced softkey when you select the Auto option. The backlight is turned on with a key press or state change on the phone. Live Dia/pad* This option turns the Live Dial Pad mode ON or OFF. With live dial pad ON, the 55i IP phone automatically dials out and turns ON Handsfree mode as soon as a dial pad key or softkey is pressed. With live dial pad OFF, if you dial a number while the phone is on-hook, lifting the receiver or pressing the initiates a call to that number. Press the Change softkey to turn ON or OFF the dial pad mode. *Availability of feature dependant on your phone system or service provider. Set Audio The 55i allows you to use a handset, a headset, or handsfree to handle incoming and outgoing calls. The audio mode option provides different combinations of these three methods to provide maximum flexibility in handling calls. There are four audio mode options to choose from: Audio Mode Option Description Speaker Headset Speaker/Headset Headset/Speaker This is the default setting. Calls can be made or received using the handset or handsfree speakerphone. In handset audio mode, pressing the button on the phone switches to handsfree speakerphone. In Speaker audio mode, lift the handset to switch to the handset. Choose this setting if you want to make or receive all calls using a handset or headset. Calls can be switched from the handset to headset by pressing the o button on the phone. To switch from the headset to the handset, lift the handset. Incoming calls are sent to the handsfree speakerphone first when the button is pressed. By pressing the button again, you can switch back and forth between the handsfree speakerphone and the headset. At anytime, lifting the handset switches back to the handset from either the handsfree speakerphone or the headset. Incoming calls are sent to the headset first when the button is pressed. By pressing the button again, you can switch back and forth between the headset and the handsfree speakerphone. At anytime, lifting the handset switches back to the handset from either the headset or the handsfree speakerphone. 20 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide ****** Page 27 ****** Headset Mic Volume To adjust the headset microphone volume, press Advanced after selecting the audio option, and then select the Low, Medium, or High volume level. Cal/ Forward Use this option to call forward your phone. Use the A and V buttons to move between the fields to set the call forward Number, Mode, and NO. Rings. The selectable call forward mode includes: All, Busy, NoAns (No Answer), BusyNoAns (Busy No Answer), or Off; this is selected via the Backlight. 3. Press the Change key to turn the backlight on and off. 4. Press Save to save the change. Why does the telephone wobble? Make sure the cords are routed properly through the back of the phone, as indicated in the section, ilConnecting a Handset or Headset” on page 12. Check that the leg stands have been properly snapped into place. Since the legs can be oriented in two different ways and in two different positions to offer four different phone viewing angles, check that both legs are oriented in the same direction and in the same position on either side of the phone. 28 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 35 ****** What is a softkey? There are 6 bottom, state-based softkeys that are programmable up to 20 functions. These keys are located at the center of the phone on either side of the display panel. See the section ilSoftkeysil on page 23 or refer to your Aastra Model 55i IP Phone User Guide.e for more information. What is a programmable key? There are 6 top hard keys (programmable up to 6 functions), located at the top of the front panel. These are keys that you can set to perform specific functions and access enhanced services provided by third parties (for example, XML applications). See the section “Programmable Keys” on page 23 or refer to your Aastra Model 55i IP Phone User Guide. for more information. O O O 3 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 29

****** Page 37 ****** Limited Warranty Aastra Telecom warrants this product against defects and malfunctions during a one (1) year period from the date of original purchase. If there is a defect or malfunction, Aastra Telecom shall, at its option, and as the exclusive remedy, either repair or replace the telephone set at no charge, if returned within the warranty period. If replacement parts are used in making repairs, these parts may be refurbished, or may contain refurbished materials. If it is necessary to replace the telephone set, it may be replaced with a refurbished telephone of the same design and color. If it should become necessary to repair or replace a defective or malfunctioning telephone set under this warranty, the provisions of this warranty shall apply to the repaired or replaced telephone set until the expiration of ninety (90) days from the date of pick up, or the date of shipment to you, of the repaired or replacement set, or until the end of the original warranty period, whichever is later. Proof of the original purchase date is to be provided with all telephone sets returned for warranty repairs. Exclusions Aastra Telecom does not warrant its telephone sets to be compatible with the equipment of any particular telephone company. This warranty does not extend to damage to products resulting from improper installation or operation, alteration, accident, neglect, abuse, misuse, fire or natural causes such as storms or floods, after the telephone is in your possession. Aastra Telecom shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages, including, but not limited to, loss, damage or expense directly or indirectly arising from the customers use of or inability to use this telephone, either separately or in combination with other equipment. This paragraph, however, shall not apply to consequential damages for injury to the person in the case of telephones used or bought for use primarily for personal, family or household purposes. This warranty sets forth the entire liability and obligations of Aastra Telecom with respect to breach of warranty, and the warranties set forth or limited herein are the sole warranties and are in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, including warranties or fitness for particular purpose and merchantability. Warranty Repair Services Should the set fail during the warranty period; In North America, please call 1-800-574-1611 for further information. Outside North America, contact your sales representative for return instructions. You will be responsible for shipping charges, if any. When you return this telephone for warranty service, you must present proof of purchase. After Warranty Service Aastra Telecom offers ongoing repair and support for this product. This service provides repair or replacement of your Aastra Telecom product, at Aastra Telecom’s option, for a fixed charge. You are responsible for all shipping charges. For further information and shipping instructions; In North America, contact our service information number: 1-800-574-1611. Outside North America, contact your sales representative. Note: Repairs to this product may be made only by the manufacturer and its authorized agents, or by others who are legally authorized. This restriction applies during and after the warranty period. Unauthorized repair will void the warranty. Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide 31

****** Page 39 ****** Index Numerics 55i line settings 24 audio, setting 20 backlight 20 c call forward 21 call timer 23 Callers List key 7 Connecting a Handset or Headset 12 Connecting to the Network and to Power 10 contrast level, setting 19 Customizing your phone 16 date setting date 19 setting format 19 daylight savings 19 Desk or Wall Installation 13 dialpad, live 20 Direct Network Connection 8 Direct or Shared Network Connection 8 Directory key 7 expansion module, 536EM 4, 25 expansion module, 560EM 4, 25 expansion, module installing 26 Handset 12 headset mode 20 headset, making and receiving calls with headset/speaker mode 20 indicator light 22 Inline Power Not Provided I I Inline Power Provided 10 Install on the Desk 13 Install on the Wall 14 Installation 6 Installation and Setup 8 Intercom key 7 Introduction l, 31 Key Description 5 language 18 lights or LEDs MWI 22 speaker 22 status 22 locking the phone 21 message waiting, clearing 19 microphone volume, headset 21 MWI (message waiting indicator) 22 network configuration settings for 21 o Optional Accessories 5 Other Phone Features 22 p Phone Features 1 Phone Parts 3 phone status 21 programmable keys 23 Requirements 1 rmg tone, setting 19 s Services key 7 Shared Network Connection 9 SIP settings 21 Softkeys 23 speaker mode 20 speaker/headset mode 20 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guidelndex-l

****** Page 40 ****** Index time setting format 19 setting time 19 setting time server 18 setting time zone 19 tone set, setting 19 troubleshooting solutions 28 user password 21 volume, adjusting 22 w Warranty 3 1 Web Ul, using 17 Index-2 Model 55i IP Phone Installation Guide

****** Page 42 ****** If you’ve read this owner’s manual and consulted the Troubleshooting section and still have problems, please visit our Web site at aastra.com, or call 1-800-574-1611 for technical assistance. C Aastra Telecom Inc. 2007 41-001158-00 Rev 01


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