Use the Cisco SoftPhone (Cisco Unified Personal Communicator) to place and receive calls on your Mac or PC.
NOTE: The SoftPhone Instant Messaging feature is not encrypted. Please use the Stanford IM system instead.
Once the phone is replaced, check your voicemail. Someone might have left a message while your new phone was being installed.
The image on your Cisco phone will 'sleep' during off hours and 'wake up' before 8 a.m.
You can download the user guide, reference card, or tip sheet for your Cisco VOIP phone:
Choose from desk, wireless, or conference room phones:
You can download the user guide, reference card, or tip sheet for your Cisco VOIP phone.
When the Single Number Reach (SNR) feature is enabled, incoming calls to your Stanford telephone number can also ring simultaneously on another telephone such as your cell phone. After you assign a Remote Destination, you can allow all incoming calls to ring simultaneously on that phone or you can create lists of phone numbers that can (Allowed) or cannot (Blocked) ring that phone.
The telephone service at Stanford Medical Outpatient Center in Redwood City is provided by Stanford University Information Technology Services (IT Services), in partnership with the Clinic Administration Office and the Stanford Hospital Information Technology department.
Cisco's Quick Reference card for the 7937 conference room phone explains how to:
Yes, enter 9+7 digits or 9+1+Area Code+7 digits.
NOTE: You cannot set another Cisco phone as your remote destination.
To find the remote destination:
- Choose User Options>Mobility Settings>Remote Destinations.
- Click Find. A list of your Remote Destinations displays.
- Click a destination to change its configuration settings.
To find blocked and allowed access lists:
Cisco's Quick Reference card for the 7925 wireless phone explains how to:
No. Your Cisco VoIP phone is powered by a Power over Ethernet (PoE) data switch, the same switch that supports your data network connection. In the event of a power outage, the data switch gets temporary power from an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that usually runs for approximately 15 to 20 minutes so that you can shut down your PC.
A flashing envelope icon next to a telephone line indicates that there is a new voicemail message for that line.
The phone's red message waiting light, however, lights only when there are new voicemail messages for the primary telephone number (typically your telephone number) associated with the phone.
The default Caller ID setting for your Cisco phone is unblocked. This means that anyone you call will see your telephone number on his/her telephone display. On a call-by-call basis, you can prevent the Caller ID from being seen by dialing *67 followed by the number you are calling.
When you were both on the Nortel telephone system, it was possible to show the Caller Name to both the caller and the called party.