The CiscoIP Phonemodel 7902G is a basic telephone that provides the following features:
•Voice communication over a data network
•One phone line that can support up to two calls
•Familiar telephony features to handle calls easily
•Online control from your User Options web pages
Buttons and Hardware
Cisco IP Phone series type
Indicates the Cisco IP Phone model number
Label and plastic cover
Use the paper label, protected by a plastic cover, to indicate your phone number. You can also note your speed dial numbers on this label.
Dials the most recently dialed number.
Transfers a call to another party.
Sets up a single call for 3 to 16 participants.
Accesses voice messages left by callers.
Increases or decreases volume for the handset. Also controls the ring volume (if on-hook).
Places an active call on hold, for example, to place a new call; resumes a call on hold; and switches between an incoming call or an active call and a call on hold.
Accesses the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system for phone configuration. You should only use this button as directed by your system administrator.
Note If you accidentally press this button and enter the IVR system, hang up the phone to exit.
Works exactly like the dial pad on a traditional telephone.
Handset with indicator light
Functions like a traditional handset. The light strip at the top of the handset blinks when the phone rings and remains lit to indicate a new voice mail message (depending on your message system).
Understanding Feature Availability
The operation of your Cisco IP Phone and the features available to you may vary, depending on the call processing agent used by your company and also on how your company's phone support team has configured your phone system. Therefore, some of the features included in this Phone Guide might not be available to you or might work differently on your phone system. Contact your support desk or system administrator if you have questions about feature operation or availability.
Going On-Hook and Off-Hook
Some phone tasks and instructions differ depending on whether the phone is on-hook or off-hook.
•On-Hook—The phone handset is resting in the cradle, no calls are active, and you do not have an active dial tone.
•Off-Hook—The phone handset is lifted from the cradle and you have dial tone.