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Router Speedtouch 190 krótkie info po polsku i instrukcja obsługi angielska. Resetowanie bramki: 1. Odłączamy zasilanie 2. Wciskamy przycisk RESET 3. Włączamy zasilanie 4. Odczekujemy chwilę (np. 1 sek) i puszczamy przycisk 5. Bramka powinna powrócić do ustawień fabrycznych Ustawienia fabryczne bramki: - Brak skonfigurowanego użytkownika - należy skonfigurować przynajmniej jednego użytkownika poprzez stronę WWW bramki (adres 192.168.1.190) - Domyślny administrator bramki: użytkownik admin, hasło: admin - Tryb pracy sieci: Bridge (możliwa jest zmiana na Router+NAT, Router+IP) - Ustawienie interfejsu WAN: pobieranie adresu IP przez DHCP - Ustawienie interfejsu LAN: adres IP: 192.168.1.190, maska 255.255.255.0 Konfiguracja NAT (włączenie trybu Router+NAT)): 1. Zakładam, że bramka jest po resecie i ma skonfigurowanego przynajmniej jednego użytkownika 2. Ustawiamy w PC numer IP 192.168.1.100, maska 255.255.255.0 3. telnet 192.168.1.190, logujemy się jako admin 4. help - wyświetla spis komend, nas interesuje zmiana ustawień wan 5. ustawienie trybu Router+NAT: wan set mode 0 6. restart: reset system 0


SpeedTouch(TM)190
SIP Gateway

Operator's Guide

Release R1.0

SpeedTouch(TM)
190

Operator's Guide
Release R1.0

Status

v2.0

Reference

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Short Title

Operator's Guide ST190 R1.0

Copyright

(C) 2004 THOMSON. All rights reserved. Passing on, and copying of this document, use and
communication of its contents is not permitted without written authorization from
THOMSON. The content of this document is furnished for informational use only, may be
subject to change without notice, and should not be construed as a commitment by
THOMSON. THOMSON assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or inaccuracies
that may appear in this document.

Contents

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2

SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Configuration................... 9

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SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Description ...................... 5

SpeedTouch(TM)190 Calling Services ............................ 25

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1 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Description

1 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Description
Introduction

Contents

Updates

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 SIP analog telephone adapter allows regular phones, fax or
modems to call a compatible peer SIP User over a broadband Internet connection.
This Operator's Guide will teach you to configure every aspect of the SpeedTouch(TM)190 SIP Gateway.
THOMSON continuously develops new solutions, but is also committed to improve its
existing products.
For more information on THOMSON's latest technological innovations, documents and
software releases, please visit the SpeedTouch(TM) web site at:
http://www.speedtouch.com

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Product Layout

A

B

F

Indicator

C

G

D

E

H

I

J

Description

Name

6

Power Off

On

Registration successful to the SIP server
Registration failed to the SIP server

On

Ethernet connection with the user's PC
No ethernet connection with the user's PC

On

Ethernet connection with the user's Internet Gateway
Device

Off

D

Power On, normal operation

Off

C

On

Off

B

Power

Off

A

State

No ethernet connection with the user's Internet Gateway
Device

VOIP

LAN

WAN

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Indicator

Description

Name
TEL

On

Phone off hook

Off

Phone on hook

Flashing

E

State

The phone is ringing

F

To connect the user's phone

G

WAN

To connect the user's Internet Gateway Device

H

LAN

To connect the user's local network

I

RESET

To reset the SpeedTouch(TM)190

J

SIP Service
requirements

TEL

12V AC

To connect the power supply

To be able to configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190, following settings most be provided for
each user:
o

A user name (logon ID)

o

A password

o

IP address or DNS equivalent of your SIP server

o

Phone number

To learn how to configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190,
proceed to "2 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Configuration"

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2 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Configuration

2 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Product Configuration
Introduction

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 comes with integrated web pages.
It allows to configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 simply by using a web browser from any
local computer attached to the SpeedTouch(TM)190.
In most cases the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is correctly configured for Internet Telephony via
the appropriate configuration profile/file and no further configuration on the web interface is needed.
This chapter aims to give a full overview of the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages and their
respective functionality.

Preconditions

For local configuration via the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages, make sure that:
o

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 and the computer share the same IP subnet (192.168.1.0/
24). By default the SpeedTouch(TM)190 has a local IP address 192.168.1.190. To be
able to access the web pages, your computer needs to be configured for an IP
address in the same subnet, e.g. 192.168.1.1.

o

Your web browser is not using a proxy server and the SpeedTouch(TM) 190's IP
address is not submitted to a proxy server.

To configure your computer with an IP address, please consult the Operating System's
Help. For more information on how to disable your web browser's proxying, please
consult the web browser's Help.
Browsing the
SpeedTouch(TM) web
pages

To access the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages:
1

Start the web browser on your computer.

2

Browse to the SpeedTouch(TM)190 at http://192.168.1.190/index.htm.
Note

3

An Authentication window will be displayed. You must type the user name and
system password before access will be granted.
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192.168.1.190 is the SpeedTouch(TM)190 default IP address in the very
most cases. If not, please contact your product dealer for more information.

By default both user name and system password are admin.

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The SpeedTouch(TM)
Start Page

Topic menu and links

The Function Overview page is the SpeedTouch(TM)190's home page:

On the top of each of the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages a topics menu is provided.
This menu navigates you via links through all aspects of the SpeedTouch(TM)190.
The following table list all topic links.
Click ...
WAN

View/configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 WAN settings
including WAN Configuration, WAN VLAN
Configuration and WAN port MAC address spoofing.

LAN

View/configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 LAN settings
including LAN Configuration and LAN VLAN
Configuration.

SIP

View/configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 SIP settings
including SIP Stack Extensions, RTP Telephone Event
Configuration, and TOS/DiffServ.

CODECS

View/configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 codec settings.

SYSTEM

View/configure SpeedTouch(TM)190 System settings
including security password, NTP and Service Access
Configuration.

DOWNLOAD

Download files via TFTP or HTTP.

RESET

10

To ...

Reset the SpeedTouch(TM)190 to apply a configuration.

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WAN

Select:
o

WAN Status to view the WAN Status page.

The WAN Status page is divided into two sections:
o

Interface Status
This allows you to monitor if the WAN interface is properly connected.

o

Network Settings
This allows you to overview the IP Address, MAC Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, DNS Address, Domain Name, VLAN Tag,
Priority Tag, Broadcast Limit and the Multicast Limit. By default the
WAN interface is configured as a DHCP client.
Note

You can manually change the SpeedTouch(TM)190's WAN configuration on the WAN Settings Page.

Click Update to update the WAN status.

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o

WAN Settings to view the WAN Settings page.

By default the WAN interface is configured as DHCP client. However you are able
to configure a fixed IP address.
Proceed as follows:
1

Select Specify fixed WAN configuration.

2

Type the IP address in the IP address text box

3

Type the subnet mask of the IP address in the IP Netmask text box.

4

Type the IP address of the Internet Gateway in the IP Gateway text box.

5

Type the IP address of the DNS Server in the IP DNS Server text box.

6

Optionally type the Host Name in the Host Name text box.

7

Optionally type the Domain Name of the network in the Domain Name
text box.

8

Type the Broadcast limit in the Broadcast limit text box.
Note

9

The default value is 100.

Type the Multicast limit in the Multicast limit text box.
Note

Note

The default value is100.

All text boxes are mandatory except for the Host Name and the
Domain Name.

10 Click Save WAN Settings to apply and save your settings.
To switch the DHCP client back on, proceed as follows:
1
2
o

Select Obtain WAN configuration Dynamically.
Click Save WAN Settings to apply and save your settings.

VLAN to view the VLAN Settings page.

The VLAN page allows you to set a VLAN tag value and a Priority tag value for all
packets coming from the WAN interface.

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o

MAC Spoofing to view the Mac Spoofing Settings page.

You are able to assign a custom MAC Address to the SpeedTouch(TM)190.
Proceed as follows:
1
2
o

Provide the custom MAC Address in the WAN MAC Address field.
Click Save MAC Spoofing Settings to save the new MAC Address.

Ping Test to view the Ping Test page.

This allows you to ping a device on the LAN or WAN network. Use the Target
IP Address field to specify the IP address of the device to ping. To start the ping,
click Ping. If that device sends an echo reply then the Ping Test page will show
Success per echo reply received, else it will show Failed.
LAN

Select:
o

LAN Status to view the LAN Status page.

The LAN Status page is divided into two sections:
o

Interface Status
This allows you to check whether the LAN interface is properly connected.

o

Network Settings
This allows to overview the IP Address, MAC Address, Subnet Mask,
Default Gateway, DNS Address, Domain Name , VLAN Tag and
Priority Tag of the SpeedTouch(TM)190. By default the LAN interface has a
fixed IP address.
Note

You can manually change the SpeedTouch(TM)190's LAN configuration on the LAN Settings Page.

Click Update to update the LAN status.

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o

LAN Settings to view the LAN Settings page.

By default the LAN interface is configured with a fixed IP address.
To modify the fixed IP address, proceed as follows:
1

Type the IP address in the IP address text box

2

Type the subnet mask of the IP address in the Subnet Mask text box.

3

Type the IP address of the Internet Gateway in the IP Gateway text box.

4

Type the IP address of the DNS Server in the IP DNS Server text box.

5

Optionally type the Host Name in the Host Name text box.

6

Optionally type the Domain Name of the network in the Domain Name
text box.

7

Type the Broadcast limit in the Broadcast limit text box.
Note

8

Type the Multicast limit in the Multicast limit text box.
Note

Note
9
o

The default value is 100.
The default value is100.

All text boxes except the Host Name and Domain Name are
required.

Click Save LAN Settings to apply and save your settings.

VLAN to view the LAN VLAN Settings page.

The LAN VLAN page allows to set a VLAN tag value and a Priority tag value for
all packets come from the LAN interface.

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SIP

Select:
o

SIP Status to view the SIP Status page.

The SIP Status page allows you to overview the following parameters:
Parameter

State

Explanation

Status

Register
Success

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 is successfully
registered with the ONSP.

Register Failed

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 did not register
with the ONSP.

Phone Number

123456
(example)

The SpeedTouch(TM)190's phone number.

SIP State

On Hook

The phone is on hook.

Off Hook

The phone is off hook.

Ringing

The phone is ringing.

Connected

You are making a call.

Held

You are put on hold.

Waiting

Call setup is in progress (e.g. other
phone is ringing)

Searching

The SpeedTouch(TM)190's registry to the
ONSP is in progress

Disconnected

The other side has terminated the call.

Peer Phone
Number

123456
(example)

The phone number of the peer device to
which the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is
connected to during a call.

Peer IP Address

123.123.123.12
(example)

The IP address of the peer SIP device to
which the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is
connected to during a call.

Connect Time

00:20 (example)

The duration time of the current call.

Click Update to update the SIP status.

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o

SIP Settings to view the SIP Settings page.

o

o

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SIP Server Settings
Type the IP address or Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) format and
Port value of the SIP server.
Select whether FQDN or IP format depending on how you are going to fill
in the Domain Name Address.
Gateway Settings
Enter the Phone Number, CallerID Name (optional), Port value,
whether Active Echo Cancellation (AEC) is to be performed, whether
Caller ID (CID) is to be send to other SIP devices during a call, User
Name and Password (required depending on operator).

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o

SIP Extensions to view the SIP Stack Extensions page.

o

o

Use TEL URI (Telephone Uniform Resource Identifiers)
The TEL URI describes resources identified by telephone numbers. The TEL
URI can be used as a request URI in SIP requests. The SIP specification also
inherits the subscriber part of the syntax as part of the user element in the
SIP URI.

o

Encode the SIP URI flag with user=phone parameter:
The user=phone parameter distinguishes that the user address is a telephone number rather than a user name

o

Registration Expire Time
Specify the valid life time (in seconds) after which the SpeedTouch(TM) 190 has
to re-register to the SIP Server.

o

18X Timer
Specify the time out for 18x responses during session setup.

o

INVITE Time
Specify the time out for invite messages to be processed during session
setup.

o

Session Expire Time
Specify the time out for the session expire time. This time out will be used
for keep-alive messages during a SIP call.

o

Min-SE
The Minimum Session Expiration header conveys the minimum allowed value
for the session expiration. This value will be used during session setup for
the session expire time negotiations.

o

P_N_UATYPE
If selected then the SIP header contains this information.

o

Disable Caller ID signal to phone
If this option is enabled, the Caller ID of the SIP users that are calling you
will not be sent to your analogue telephone device.

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Support PRACK method with provisional response reliability
When this option is enabled, the SpeedTouch(TM)190 will support reliable
transmission of provisional responses as defined in RFC3262.

Dial Time out
Specify the inter digit time out value.

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o

Call Log to view the SIP Call Log page.
Every log page has a maximum of 10 entries. If there is an NTP server defined on
the System page the SpeedTouch(TM)190 will add a timestamp to each entry.
Note

This page is the home page for the end-users. The end-users are able
to browse to this page via http://192.168.1.190/ where no password is
required.

The Call Log page consist of three sections:
o

Select Incoming Call Log to view the incoming calls.

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 will only remember the 10 last entries.
Note
o

Each time the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is restarted, the call log will be
cleared

Select Outgoing Call Logs to view the outgoing calls.

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 will only remember the 10 last entries.
Note
o

Each time the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is restarted, the call log will be
cleared

Select Missed Call Logs to view the missed calls.

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 will only remember the 10 last entries.
Note

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Each time the SpeedTouch(TM)190 is restarted, the call log will be
cleared

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o

OOB Signalling to view and configure the RTP Telephone Event Settings
page.

o

Send Out-Of-Band Telephone Events
o
o

Select SIP Info if telephone events are going to be sent out-of-band,
using the SIP info method (as defined in RFC2976).

o
o

Select none if telephone events are going to be sent in-band.

Select RFC2833 if telephony events are to be sent out-of-band, as
defined in RFC2833.

RFC2833 Payload value
Specify the RFC2833 signalling payload type value.
Note

o

This is only valid if RFC2833 is selected.

Suppress voice packets
Select whether any voice packets are to be suppressed during the transmission of RTP RFC2833 signalling packets.
Note

This is only valid if RFC2833 is selected.

o

Squelch audio
Select whether the in-band audio DTMF is to be squelched.

o

ABCD event signalling mode
Select the ABCD event transition handling mode to be used.
o
o

o

In Transition mode, signalling packets are only sent when the ABCD
event changes state.
In Continuous mode, ABCD packets are continuously sent for a
particular ABCD state.

TOS/Diffserv to view and configure the ToS/Diffserv page.

o

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Call Signalling Packets
Specify 2 Hex digit byte value. By default for your convenience the value is
set to 90 which is the standard value used for Assured Forwarding. For more
information see RFC 2597 Assured Forwarding PHB group.
RTP Packets
Specify 2 Hex digit byte value. By default, for your convenience, the value is
set to 0xB8 which is the standard value used for Expedited Forwarding. For
more information see RFC 3246 Expedited Forwarding PHB (Per-Hop
Behaviour).

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o

Select VLAN to view and configure the VoIP VLAN Settings page.

The SIP VLAN page allows to set a VLAN tag value and a Priority tag value for
RTP packets and Call Signalling packets.
CODECS

The CODEC page allows you to view and configure the Audio/CODEC Settings
page.

o
o

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PRIORITY SETTING
Select codec priority G711 & gt; G729 or G729 & gt; G711.
CODECS
The G711U and G711A protocols are always supported by default.
Select whether Silence Suppression is supported for each codec.

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System

The System page allows you to:
o

Select Information to view the System Information page.

o

Select Security to view and configure the Set Security Password page.

This page allows an administrator to configure the SpeedTouch(TM)190 with an
access password. Type the password and retype to confirm it.
There are 2 levels of access rights supported by the SpeedTouch(TM)190.
o

An administrator mode
With which every setting can be adjusted and

o

A user mode
With which only the call log page can be displayed.

A user isn't able to adjust anything except his password. Administrators must
browse to the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages at http://192.168.1.190/index.htm;
users must browse to the SpeedTouch(TM)190's web pages at http://192.168.1.190/.
Note

o

By default the user name and password for administrator mode are
both set to admin.
By default there is no user name and password defined for the user
mode.

Select Localization to view and configure the Localization page.

o
o

o

Country
Enter the country where the user will use the SpeedTouch(TM)190.
NTP Server
The SpeedTouch(TM)190 synchronizes its internal real-time clock with an NTP
server. Enter the NTP server IP address for the network. Select the time
zone and whether or not to adjust for daylight savings.

Select Service Access to view and configure the Service Access Settings
page.

Select which interfaces are allowed access to the services listed on this page.

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o

AutoConfig to view the AutoConfig page.

During the SpeedTouch(TM)190 boot process, it gets extra information from the
DHCP server containing -among others- the IP address of a TFTP server and a file
name. In the corresponding configuration file, you are able to specify the user's SIP
settings. The SpeedTouch(TM)190 then connects to the TFTP server to download
the file. Occasionally (this depends on a setting in the configuration file) the
SpeedTouch(TM)190 will compare its configuration file's version to the version of
the proposed update configuration file offered by the TFTP server. In case the file
version of the configuration file offered by the TFTP server is newer, the SpeedTouch(TM)190 will update its configuration (file). The SpeedTouch(TM)190 automatically puts both the TFTP address in the TFTP server text box and the file name
in the Boot File Name text box.
To select another TFTP server or another configuration file name manually,
proceed as follows:
1
2

Type the configuration file name in the Boot File Name text box.

3

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Type the IP address of the TFTP server in the TFTP server text box.
Click Save Configuration File Settings to apply and save your changes.

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Download

The Download Page allows you to manually download a configuration file or to do a
firmware upgrade.

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 is equipped with built-in flash memory which allows easy
upgrading. When a new version of the software or a configuration file is available, you
can upgrade the SpeedTouch(TM)190
o

with a TFTP server.
Proceed as follows:
1
2

Provide the IP address of the TFTP server in the TFTP Server IP field.

3

Provide the file name in the File Name field.

4
o

Select APP if you want to update the firmware or Config if you want to
update the configuration file.

Click Start TFTP Download to start downloading.

with a web browser.
Proceed as follows:
1
2

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Provide the path and the file name in the IMAGE File field or click Choose
to select a file name from your local machine.
Click Start HTTP Download to start downloading.

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Reset

The Reset page provides options to reset the SpeedTouch(TM)190.

Select whether you wish to reset the SpeedTouch(TM)190 and start executing the main
(default) application, or whether you wish to reset the SpeedTouch(TM)190 and start
executing the internal downloader application. The SpeedTouch(TM)190 restarts and your
browser session will be disconnected.
Note

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This may appear as if your browser is hung up. Please wait until the SpeedTouch(TM)190 finishes restarting and then reload or reopen your browser.

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3 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Calling Services

3 SpeedTouch(TM)190 Calling Services
Supported telephone
calling services

The SpeedTouch(TM)190 supports the following telephone calling services:

Call Hold and Call Retrieve
When there is a call active this feature allows you to put a call on hold and
retrieve it back.

o

Call waiting with Calling Line Identification
When there is a call active, it is possible that another person calls.This feature
allows you to get the waiting call and put the other one automatically on hold and
to see the number of whom is trying to call you.

o

Call Transfer

Call Transfer
When there is a call active this feature allows you to transfer an active call.

o

Basic Call with Calling
Line Identification

Basic Call with Calling Line Identification
This feature allows you to see the number of whom is calling you.

o

R key or Flash hook

o

Three-way Call
When there is a call active and there is another call waiting or on hold it is
possible to start a conference call by adding the call on hold to the conversation.

The "R" key is also known as "flash" key and can be emulated by a short tap on the
hook.
This feature allows you to see the number of whom is calling you.
Note

This feature is only possible if your phone is Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP) enabled and your provider supports it as well.

To transfer an active call:
1
2

Press the "4" key on your phone.

3

Wait until you hear a dial tone.

4
Call Hold and Retrieve

Press the "R" key on your phone.

Dial the number to transfer the call to.

To put an active call on hold:
1

Press the "R" key on your phone.

2

Press the "1" key on your phone.
Note

As soon as you hear the dial tone you can dial the second number.

When you have put a call on hold, to retrieve the call on hold back:
3
4

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Press the "R" key on your phone.
Press the "1" key on your phone.

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Call waiting with Calling
Line Identification

To get the waiting call and put the other one automatically on hold:
1

Press the "R" key on your phone.

2

Press the "*" key on your phone.

To toggle between the two calls:
3
4
Three-way Call

Press the "R" key on your phone.
Press the "*" key on your phone.

To start a three-way conference call:
1
2

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Press the "R" key on your phone.
Press the "7" key on your phone.

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