Snom300/Web Interface/V8/Function Keys

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Overview

Some features are common to all programmable function keys:

  • Pressing a key when its LED is blinking and the phone is ringing accepts the call.
  • Pressing a key when a call is in progress at that key, as indicated by the constantly lit LED, puts the call on hold.
  • Pressing a key twice while editing a number for dialing at that key, with the receiver in the cradle, returns the phone to idle state.
  • Pressing a key twice while editing a number for dialing at that key, with the receiver off the hook, erases the number

Free Function Keys

Context
The default setting is <Active>, i.e., the functionality chosen under Type will be applied to any currently active extension (SIP identity) for outgoing calls. If a specific extension (SIP identity) is chosen from the pull down menu, the functionality under Type will be applied only to the chosen extension (SIP identity).
Type
The default setting is <Line>. When another setting is selected from the pull down menu Types, that functionality will be applied to the extension (SIP identity) chosen as Context.
Number
The default setting is <blank>. You can enter a number / HTTP(S) URL / SIP URI as required by Type.
Short Text
The default setting is <blank>. You can enter whatever you like, it will then appear as label on the buttons of the virtual key state.
Settings Screenshot
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
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Normally pressing any of the 4 P-keys at the side of the 820-screen will result in whatever you configured there. There are however a few exceptions:

  • When holding P1 for a longer time, you get to the virtual key state (Version 8.2.7 or above).
  • When holding P4 for a longer time, the line info layer gets blended in.

Programmable Navigation Keys

Ok
Cancel
Up
Down
Left
Right
Image:wi_v8_navigation_keys_en.png

Pre-Programmed Function Keys

Retrieve
DND
Directory
Menu
Transfer
Hold
Image:wi_v8_preprogrammed_fkeys_en.png
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