Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone Guide 7920 for Cisco CallManger Express 3.2 and Later
Menu Diagrams and Display Messages
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Menu Diagrams and Display Messages

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Menu Diagrams and Display Messages

Menu Diagrams

Display Messages

Informational Messages

Error Messages

Warning Messages


Menu Diagrams and Display Messages


Menu Diagrams

The following provides a list of menu diagrams for the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920, and contains the following sections:

Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920 Menu

Directory Menu

Messages Menu

Call History Menu

Profiles Menu

Phone Settings Menu

Network Config Menu

Network Config Menu>TFTP Option Submenu

Network Config Menu>DHCP Enable/Disable Submenu

802.11b Menu

Figure 9 Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920 Menu

Figure 10 Directory Menu

Figure 11 Messages Menu

Figure 12 Call History Menu

Figure 13 Profiles Menu

Figure 14 Phone Settings Menu

Figure 15 Network Config Menu

Figure 16 Network Config Menu>TFTP Option Submenu

Figure 17 Network Config Menu>DHCP Enable/Disable Submenu

Figure 18 802.11b Menu

Display Messages

The following provides a list of messages that are displayed on the user interface of the Cisco Unified Wireless IP Phone 7920, and contains the following sections:

Informational Messages

Error Messages

Warning Messages

Informational Messages

Informational messages are displayed to inform you of an activity or process that is taking place on your phone, or of the status of the phone.

Authenticating with AP

The phone is authenticating with the access point (AP).

Authentication OK

The phone successfully authenticate with the AP.

Associating with AP

The phone finished the authentication and is associating with the AP.

Association OK

The phone has successfully associated with the AP.

Authenticating LEAP

If LEAP is activated, the phone will perform LEAP authentication after associated with the AP.

LEAP authentication OK

The phone has successfully performed the LEAP authentication on the AP.

Configuring IP network

The phone is obtaining the IP address from the DHCP server.

Downloading load ID

The phone is downloading the load ID from the TFTP server.

Downloading config file

The phone is downloading the configuration file from the TFTP server.

Updating firmware

The phone is downloading the firmware and updating the firmware on the phone. Do not turn off the phone until you see the "Phone Reset (Update OK)" message.

Connecting to CallManager

The phone is connecting to the Cisco Unified CallManager.

Registering to CallManager

The phone is registering to the Cisco Unified CallManager.

You have voice mail

You have a voice mail in your mailbox.

Error Messages

Error messages are displayed to let you know that an error has occurred. This error may prevent you from connecting to the network or from using the phone. You may need to contact the system administrator to resolve the problem.

Authentication failed

The phone failed to authenticate with the AP.

Association failed

The phone failed to associate with the AP.

LEAP authentication failed

The LEAP authentication on the phone has failed. Contact your system administrator.

Duplicate IP address

The current IP address on the phone is duplicated in the network. Contact your system administrator.

No service-IP config. failed

The phone failed to obtain the IP address from DHCP server.

No service-No TFTP server

The phone failed to find the TFTP server. Contact your system administrator.

No service-TFTP not responding

The TFTP server is not responding. Contact your system administrator.

No service-TFTP connection failed

The phone failed to connect to the TFTP server. Contact your system administrator.

CallManager Down

The Cisco Unified CallManager is not functioning at this time. Contact your system administrator.

No CallManager found

The phone is not able to detect the Cisco Unified CallManager in the network.

No AP found

The SSIDs set on the phone do not match any of the Service Set Identifiers (SSIDs) of the APs in the network.

No Network

The phone is not able to connect to the network. Contact your system administrator.

Warning Messages

Warning messages are displayed when the phone detects a condition that may disrupt your phone service.

Weak signal detected

The signal quality is low.

Battery Low

The battery energy level is low.