SpectraLink H340 Cordless Telephone user guide

Configuration and AdministrationNetLink e340/i640 Wireless Telephone

Mitel Networks 3300 and SX-200 ICP and 5220 IP Phone emulation

Quick Start Guide

1. A wireless LAN must be properly configured and operational through the use of

802.11b APs listed on the NetLink Wireless Telephone Access Point Compatibility

2. A TFTP Server must be available on the network in order to load the appropriate software into the NetLink Wireless Telephones. See the License

Management section for detailed instructions for loading software on NetLink

Wireless Telephones.

3. The supported Mitel Networks VoIP solution must be connected to your network and completely operational.

4. The NetLink SVP Server, which facilitates the QoS on the wireless LAN for the

NetLink Wireless Telephones, must be on the same subnet as the NetLink

Wireless Telephones and have the proper versions of software.

Ensure you have the following versions for the SVP Server:

174 zvmlinux

175 flashfs

NetLink Wireless Telephone and any updates to the NetLink SVP Server

6. Install the correct NetLink Wireless Telephone software and any updates to the

NetLink SVP Server software per Section 5.2 Configuration Process for the NetLink

Wireless Telephones and per NetLink SVP Server Installation, Setup and Maintenance section 6.1 Software Updates for the NetLink SVP Server. Ensure the software is properly loaded on the TFTP server.

7. Configure your NetLink Wireless Telephone to ensure that it is associated with the wireless LAN, has the appropriate software, and has the correct IP address for the supported Mitel Networks IP telephony system. See the License

Management section and the NetLink Wireless Telephone Configuration section for

detailed instructions for loading software onto and configuring NetLink Wireless

Telephones.

IP multicast addresses are used by the NetLink i640 Wireless Telephone.

This requires that multicasting be enabled on the subnet used for the

NetLink Wireless Telephones and SVP Server.

Routers are typically configured with filters to prevent multicast traffic from flowing outside of specific domains. The wireless LAN can be placed on a separate VLAN or subnet to reduce the effects of broadcast and multicast traffic from devices in other network segments.

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Configuration and AdministrationNetLink e340/i640 Wireless Telephone

Mitel Networks 3300 and SX-200 ICP and 5220 IP Phone emulation

System Diagram

The following diagram shows the NetLink components residing on a network with the Mitel Networks IP telephony system, APs, and wireless LAN Ethernet Switched

Access Point

TFTP Server

NetLink SVP Server

Ethernet switch

Telephones

Access Point

Mitel ICP Platform

Telephones

Device supplied by

SpectraLink

Ethernet cable

Phone cable

Mitel Networks IP telephony server architecture example

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Configuration and AdministrationNetLink e340/i640 Wireless Telephone

Mitel Networks 3300 and SX-200 ICP and 5220 IP Phone emulation

System Components

NetLink e340/h340 Wireless Telephone: The NetLink e340/h340 Wireless

Telephone is a lightweight, durable handset specifically designed for mobile workplace use within a facility using the supported Mitel Networks IP telephony system and 802.11b APs in a wireless LAN.

NetLink i640 Wireless Telephone: The NetLink i640 Wireless Telephone offers a durable design with push-to-talk functionality.

Handset functionality is provided by emulating the Mitel Networks 5220 IP Phone.

Among other features, the handset can receive calls directly, receive transferred calls, transfer calls to other extensions, and