IP Phone

End of deployment of fixed IP phones: Personal and impersonal fixed IP phones will no longer be installed (Plenary session of April 25, 2024).

The physical phones go to sleep mode after 3 minutes of non-use. This reduces power consumption when not in use. Enabling this feature also extends the life of the screens.

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User guide

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User guide

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User guide

The IP deskphone can be connected in series with the workstation to an active network socket (if the distance between the workstation and the phone is less than 4 m).

For a list of activated network sockets in a room, you can either contact the IT manager of your unit or ask the VPSI Service Desk at 1234.

To connect your IP phone, please look the picture below :

Connections on the IP Phone

IP deskphones should be moved like any other IT device by the user or by the proximity IT support.

The designation of the room displayed on the phone is updated automatically within 24 hours, after having moved the phone to a new room.

If you no longer use your landline telephone, please return it to the Service Desk.
To Administrative Assistants and IT Managers: Please inform us through the Service Desk about unused phones. The UC Service Desk will then be able to redistribute them.

VPN access only.
With the Self Care Portal for Unified Communications, you can configure settings such as speed dial numbers, contact lists, phone services and voicemail notifications.

  1. If you have a question or problem related to the Cisco IP Phone, we suggest you consult our FAQ.
  2. If you can’t find the solution to your problem, contact the Service Desk.
    Access to the support web site
    mail : [email protected]
    telephone: 021 / 63 1234

Find frequently asked questions about the Cisco Fixed IP Phone and solutions to common problems.