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VoIP - Cisco 8831
This document details the Cisco 8831 phone.
VoIP - General Usage
VoIP - General Phone Information
Your Cisco 8831 phone is pictured below:
|1||Phone Screen||LCD Screen that displays conference phone menus and features.|
|2||Soft Keys||Four programmable keys (see the Quick Reference Guide for all possible options to program in).|
|3||Navigation Bar with Select Key||Two-way navigation bar and select key that allows you to scroll menus and select items on the display.|
LED backlit call button.
Press this key to:
|5||Keypad||Allows you to dial phone numbers and enter letters.|
|6||Mute Button||Toggles the mute feature. A red backlight indicates a call is on mute.|
|7||Volume Rocker||Two-way rocker switch that raises the volume of the speaker.|
|1,2,3||LED Indicators||Three LED indicators provide call status information. For details on LED behavior, navigate to this article: LED State Definitions.|
|Backlit mute button.|
***NOTE: In case of emergency, dial 911.***
Your phone number appears on the upper right corner of the display.
For on-campus calls, dial their four-digit extension.
Dial 8 to access an outside line:
- Local Calls: 8 + 7 digits
- Long Distance Calls: 8 + 1 + 10 digits
Navigate to the following article for more information on common phone tasks, softkey options, phone screen icons, phone buttons, and phone connections: Quick Reference Guide.
Navigate to the following online video training using this link: Online Training Video.