Cisco IP Phones
Layout and Explanation of Cisco IP 7940/7960 Phone Buttons
- Handset Light Strip - Indicates that you have an incoming call and/or a new voice message.
- Phone Screen – Gives you the time, date, your phone number, caller ID, and other features like redial, new call, etc.
- Model Type - Indicates your telephone model.
- Line Appearance Buttons - Indicates your extension number(s).
- Foot Stand Button - Adjusts the angle of your phone base.
- Directories Button - Opens/Closes the Directories menu which allows you to see missed calls, received call, placed calls, and faculty/staff directories.
- Help Button – Allows you to use the Help Menu.
- Settings Button – Allows you to change telephone settings such as contrast and ringer sound, network configuration, and status information.
- Speaker Button - Toggles the speaker on or off for conference calls in your office.
- Mute Button – Turns the mute feature on or off.
- Headset Button – Turns the headset on or off for those who use a headset.
- Volume Button - Increases or decreases the volume of the handset or headset, speakerphone, and the ringer volume.
- Services Button - Provides access to telephone services if available.
- Messages Button – Allows you to use the voice message system.
- Navigation Button - Allows you to scroll through menus, highlight items and with the soft key activate the highlighted items.
- Keypad - Allows you to dial telephone numbers, enter letters, and close menu items.
- Soft Key Buttons - Each activates the item (soft key) listed above on a menu.