14 Key-Functions you should know about your Cisco SPA303

Label #1 in the image above is the Handset. To place or answer a call pick up the handset.

Label #2 in the image above is the Message Waiting Indicator; it displays solid red when you have a new voice mail message; it flashes red during an incoming call or when the phone’s firmware is being updated.

Label #3 in the image above is the LCD Screen. It displays the date and time, phone station name, line extensions, and softkey options.

Label #4 in the image above are the Line Keys. This indicates the phone line status. When the light is:

  • Green: Line is idle.
  • Solid Red: Line is active or in use.
  • Red Blinking: Line is on hold.
  • Orange: Line is unregistered and cannot be used.

Line key colors depend on your phone system and can vary. Your phone system administrator can also program these key to perform specific functions such as: speed dial, call pickup, or monitoring an extension.

Label #5 in the image above are the Softkey Buttons. When you press a softkey button it will perform the action shown on the label of the LCD screen above. Softkeys vary depending on your phone system. For more information refer to your phone’s user guide.

Label #6 in the image above is the Navigation Button. Press the arrow to scroll right, left, up, or down through the items shown on the LCD screen.

Label #7 in the image above is the Messages Button. After your phone system administrator sets it up; this button will allow you to access your voicemail messages.

Label #8 in the image above is the Hold Button. Press this button to place your current call on hold. Press it again to resume the call.

Label #9 in the image above is the Setup Button. Press this button to access the menu. Once you access the menu you will be able to to configure features, preferences and setup functions:

  • Configure Directory
  • Configure Speed Dials
  • Access Call History
  • Setup Call Forwarding
  • Choose Ringtones
  • Change the time/date
  • View your Voicemail number
  • View Network
  • View Product Info
  • Status
  • Reboot
  • Restart
  • Factory Reset
  • Set Password
  • LCD Contrast
  • Language
  • Profile Rule
  • Screen Saver Mode
  • DHCP Resync Options
  • Call Control Settings
  • Reboot History
  • Wi-Fi Configuration

Label #10 in the image above is the Mute Button. Press to mute or unmute the phone. When the phone is muted, the button will glow red. If the button is flashing this indicates the network connection cannot be found.

Label #11 in the image above is the Headset Button. If you are using a headset, push this button to turn the headset on or off. When the headset is on, the button will glow green.

Label #12 in the image above is the Volume Button. Press + to increase the volume and - to lower the volume. For the:

  • handset
  • headset
  • speaker - when the handset is off the phone
  • ringer volume - when the handset is on the phone

Label #13 in the image above is the Speaker Button. Push this button to turn the speaker on or off. When the speaker is on, the button will glow green.

Label #14 in the image above is the Keypad. Use the keypad to:

  • dial phone numbers
  • enter letters
  • choose menu items

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