Line buttons are located on the left side of the phone screen. Buttons that are not assigned to phone lines can be used for speed dials and other features.
Session buttons are located on the right side of the phone screen and are used to perform tasks such as answering a call, resuming a held call, or initiating phone functions, such as displaying missed calls. Each call on your phone is associated to a session button.
Four softkey buttons are located below the phone screen. Softkeys are feature buttons that dynamically change to reflect your current options. You can press the More softkey (..) when available to reveal additional softkeys.
Enter the phone number, a label for the phone number, and the speed dial number, and then click Save. Note: For Stanford numbers, you only need to enter the last five numbers of a person’s phone number. If you are putting in an outside number into speed dial (anything off campus), do not forget to add 9+1 to the beginning of the number to dial out.
Using Speed Dial
Once you have set up speed dials, the first few can be accessed via the line buttons on the left side of the phone screen. To utilize speed dial numbers not displayed, enter the speed dial number (e.g., 4, 5, 6), press the More softkey (..), and then press Speed dial.
New calls display in these ways: a flashing amber line button, an animated icon and caller ID, and a flashing red light on your handset.
To answer the call, lift the handset. You may also press the flashing amber session button (goes to speakerphone), the unlit Headset button, or the Speakerphone button.
Press Volume left or right to adjust the ringer volume when the phone is not in use.
Change the Ringtone
4.Select Settings > Ringtone.
5.Select a line.
6.Scroll through the list of ringtones and press Play to hear a sample.
7.Press Set and Apply to save a selection.
Adjust the Screen Brightness
Select Settings > Brightness.
Press the Navigation cluster left or right to decrease or increase the brightness.
Change the Font Size
Select Settings > Font Size.
Select a font size.
Pair a Mobile Device
Put your mobile device in discoverable mode.
On your IP Phone, press Applications
Press On at the bottom of the screen for both Bluetooth and hands-free two-way audio.
Your mobile device will display a message asking if you want to pair your mobile device with CP-8851. Tap Pair.
On your IP Phone, press Exit twice to get back to the home screen. Your mobile device should appear on the home screen.
When you are prompted to save mobile contacts, choose to make your mobile device contacts and call history available on your IP Phone.
Access the Web Portal
Your Cisco VoIP deskphone has many features, including a web portal where you can change your PIN, set up speed dials and a personal address book, set up mobility, search the Stanford directory, and more. To access the web portal interface, log in with your organization’s credentials:
University and Med School: https://fors-cucsupub01.stanford.edu/ucmuser/. Log in with your SUNet ID and password.
Stanford Health Care: shcphone.stanford.edu. Enter your SID under username and your SID password.
Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital: myphone.lpch.org. Enter your computer login under username and computer password.