About

  • Presently, the Computer Centre of IISER Bhopal provides an institute wide 1 Gbps copper local area network that connects all the academic departments to the Computer Centre. Internet access is provided by 620 Mbps (1:1) dedicated Internet leased circuit through an Internet service provider. The Institute had a newly installed few advance servers of 2 X six core Intel Xeon processor X5670 @ 2.93 GHz with 12 MB L3 Cache, IQI 6.40 GT/s, 32 GB DDR3 1066 MHz RAM, hot plug SAS Hard Disk for running our own internal/external DNS, web based automation, centralized authentication mechanism using LDAP/Radius, storage services for each user of IISER Bhopal and personal homepage hosting services for academic staff. Digital Library services with appropriate networking system is being provided access to online library services to various databases with downloading facilities from institute network. The Institute is in the process to provide VPN facility to all the users of IISER Bhopal to access digital library, as well as institute network from remote location.With the help of Google, the Institute Computer Centre provides email facility with 7.3 GB mail storage space to each user of IISER Bhopal. The Institute is in the process to in house the official website.

    There is a separate Computer Lab for UG and PG students based on Linux/Windows platform and with all major public domain application software. The Computer Centre has a Red Hat enterprise Linux cluster of high performance computing system for scientific research. The cluster is composed of 29 nodes where each computing node has dual Intel Xeon X5570 Quad core @ 2.93 GHz processors and the nodes are connected with infiniband interconnect to support more tightly coupled parallel applications.The Computer Centre equipped with to operate 24 hours a day, 365 days an year. It has a power back-up through redundant 40 KVA UPS and a 500 KVA automatic generator set. For the permanent campus at Bhauri, the Computer Centre is in the process of laying the gigabit fibre optic backbone that connects all the Academic Departments, Hostels, Central Library, and Administrative Departments to it with 3 tier Cisco managed architecture. Internet and Email services shall be provided to all the users through dedicated 100/1000 Mbps network links. Most of the buildings of institute will be Wi-Fi enabled.

    Along with this, the Computer Centre of IISER Bhopal is going to be a part of National Knowledge Network (NKN), the network under which all the five IISERs (Mohali, Kolkata, Pune, Bhopal, Trivandrum) are going to be network connected. NKN will encourage and enable the use of specialized applications, while allow sharing of high performance computing facilities, e-libraries, virtual class rooms and large databases. So that we can share our education, research, health service and library facilities with all other IISERs and research institutions in the country with an access speed of at least 100 Mbps.

Head

Technical Officer

Network & System Management

Website

Telephone & Billing Management

Network Services

  • WWW
  • Login/Authentication
  • Internet/Intranet Web Access
    • Internet access can be via Direct Internet Connection/No Proxy Settings or proxy server.
  • Email Service
  • Hosting Home Page
  • SSL-VPN
  • DNS
  • DHCP
  • Wi-Fi

Telephone Services

  • Allotment of Telephone number and equipment.
  • Configuration, Deployment and Management of Telephone set.
  • Configuration and Management of IP Telephony Exchange.
  • Manuals for telephone instruments, model no. 6921, 6945 and 9971

Automation Service

  • Configuration and deployment at Client end.
  • Backup and Maintenance at Server end.

Institute Email and Internet Usage Policy

  • IISER Bhopal Community members· are expected to use the Internet and network services responsibly and productively. The equipment, services and technology used to access the Internet are the property of the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal and the Computer Centre reserves the right to monitor Internet traffic and access data that is composed, sent or received through its online connections. The emails sent via the Institute's email system should not contain content that is deemed to be offensive. This includes, though is not restricted to, the use of vulgar or harassing language/images. All sites and downloads may be monitored and/or blocked by the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal. The Computer Centre will reserve the right to any software installation.

    Section A- Guidelines for usage of official e-mail account

  • Misuse or abuse of electronic mail facility is punishable under Information Technology Act, Government of India.
  • E-mail services are a privilege, not a right. The official E-mail account provided to a faculty, staff or student is meant for the official purpose only.
  • Users' responsibility to keep their E-mail account in good standing, not give out passwords, hold responsibility for any activity originating from that account and use the email account in ways that are responsible, ethical, lawful and professional.
  • The users are strictly advised to post only the academic or research related emails or contents to the groups at different levels.
  • The users are strongly advised to use a strong password of at least 8 characters and preferably in the combination of alphabets and numbers. It is mandatory to change the password if you are login into the e-mail system first time or after reset.
  • The login problems or failure of logging into the official e-mail account may be reported to the Computer Centre. The e-mail accounts which are not activated within three months from the date of issue will be deleted permanently without any prior notice.
  • Users who violate the above stated E-mail usage policy will be subject to disciplinary action. CC may monitor individual users suspected of violating this policy.
  • The disciplinary actions likely to be enforced for such violation of any of the above Rules/policies include.
    • Issue of a warning letter I e-mail to the user.
    • Temporary or permanent suspension of users e-mail account for a month or a semester or permanent removal or termination of users e-mail account from the Institute's domain.

  • Section B - Improper /Offensive use oflnternet or related services

  • Sending or posting discriminatory, harassing, or threatening messages or images on the Internet or via the Institute's email service.
  • Using computers to perform any form of fraud, and/or software, film or music piracy.
  • Stealing, using, or disclosing someone else's password or identity without authorization.
  • Attempting to log in through another person's account or trying to bypass the firewall security /proxy or access rules arranged by the Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal.
  • Attempting to gain access to material that is blocked or filtered by the Computer Centre.
  • Sharing confidential material, trade secrets, or proprietary information outside of the Computer Centre.
  • Downloading, copying or pirating software and electronic files that are copyrighted or without authorization.
  • Hacking into unauthorized websites or execution of denial of services.
  • Engaging in uses that jeopardize access into others' accounts or other computer networks.
  • Sending or posting information that is defamatory to the Computer Centre.
  • Introducing malicious software onto the Institute's network and/or jeopardizing the security of the organization's electronic communications systems.
  • Sending or posting chain letters, solicitation, or advertisements not related to the Institute's activities or policies.
  • Damaging computer equipment, files, data or the Institute's Internet System in any way, including spreading computer viruses, vandalizing data or software, damaging or disabling others' electronic property, or engaging in conduct that could interfere or cause a danger of disruption to the Institute's educational or electronic communications system.
  • The users are strictly advised not to indulge in any unacceptable behaviour or activity in the E-mail environment. The unacceptable behaviour includes, but not limited to, distribution of unsolicited and unauthorized mass e-mail to users, threatening users, infringements of others' privacy, interference with others' work, copyright infringement and illegal activity.
  • Posting buy /sale deals to the.group mailing lists or any content which is not of a common interest of the members of such group mailing lists are not permitted. All terms and conditions as stated in this document are applicable to all the users of IISER Bhopal network and Internet connection. Any user violating these policies is subject to disciplinary actions deemed appropriate by the competent authority or the head of the Institution.
  • Violations of policy will be treated as academic misconduct, misdemeanor, or indiscipline as appropriate. Depending upon the nature of the violation, HoD, CSS may take an action by issue a warning through disabling the account and for routine infraction appropriates fines/penalties as determine by institute authorities.

Lab Charges Policy

  • In recent years, IISER Bhopal has received several requests from other institutions for use of IISER Bhopal computer lab facility. In this regard, CC would like to propose rental charges in order to sustain the logistics.

    The fixed rental would be charged on a slot basis. The details are as follows:

    Slot 1 Rs. 500/- per machine up to 4 hours
    Slot 2 Rs. 1,000/- per machine up to 8 hours

    The above said charges will accommodate the rental for electricity, AC, space, computer and technical support.

    Terms and Conditions:

  • The booking must be made in 10 days advance with refundable security deposit of Rs. 20,000/-
  • The rental charges have to be paid in advance for confirmation of the booking.
  • For any damage to the infrastructure, charges will be borne by the users on actual basis.
  • Cancellation of booking: ~ 5 days- 100% refund, 2 - 5 days- SO% refund, ~ 2 days- No refund.
  • The security and booking amount has to be paid by Cheque/DO/Online transfer in favour of Director, IISER Bhopal.
  • All above mentioned charges are subject to annual revision.


  • In recent years, IISER Bhopal has received several requests from other Government institutions for use of IISER Bhopal computer lab facility. 18 this regard, CC would like to propose rental charges in order to sustain the logistics.

    The fixed rental would be charged on a slot basis. The details are as follows:

    Slot 1 Rs. 200/- per machine up to 4 hours
    Slot 2 Rs. 400/- per machine up to 8 hours

    The above said charges will accommodate the rental for electricity, AC, space, computer and technical support.

    Terms and Conditions:

  • The booking must be made in 10 days advance with refundable security deposit of Rs. 10,000/-
  • The rental charges have to be paid in advance for confirmation of the booking.
  • For any damage to the infrastructure, charges will be borne by the users on actual basis.
  • Cancellation of booking: ~ 5 days -100% refund, 2- 5 days- 50% refund, ~ 2 days- No refund.
  • The security and booking amount has to be paid by Cheque/DO/Online transfer in favour of Director, IISER Bhopal.
  • All above mentioned charges are subject to annual revision.

Lab Charges Policy

  • Computer Centre, IISER Bhopal has established resources that include computing, network and email services. The Institute com.munity including all faculty, staff and students has access to these facilities.

  • An e-mail account in IISER Bhopal domain will be provided to each faculty, staff, and students of IISER Bhopal. The outsourced employee may also avail the Institute email services after the approval of the competent authority.
  • Every user's email account will be added to specific groups, as eligible. The bulk email posting privilege on different groups will only be provided to the official email accounts of Director, Deputy Director, Deans, Registrar, Head Computer Centre and their personal email accounts. Any exception will only be considered after the approval of the competent authority.
  • During the academic registration of new students, Computer Centre will create new students e-mail account based on the provided information from Office, Academic Affairs.
  • With respect to the provided information from Office Academic Affairs, the posting privileges on different students groups or batches will be given to faculty members/instructors for a fixed duration.
  • After the No Dues certificate from the Computer Centre, CC will immediate disable or suspend Internet and email services. The default extension of 6 months for email services may be granted to the members related to the academic activities, subject to the approval of the competent authority. All the students will get default extension of 6 months for email services from the date of convocation or No Dues.
  • The Computer Centre may provide the email forwarding facility to the email accounts of the retiring faculty members. This facility is not available to the other community members.
  • For resetting the password, the users should send an e-mail to Computer Centre, clearly stating his/her official email account details (email ID, user name, department & Roll No./PF No. number) as well as the reason for resetting the password.
  • The posting privileges for major email groups are defined as follows:
  • Group Group Description Authorized individuals to post
    all[AT]iiserb.ac.in All IISERB Community Members Director /DD /Deans/Head, CC/Registrar
    faculty[AT]iiserb.ac.in All Faculty Members Director /DD /Deans/Head, CC/Department Heads/ Registrar /DR/ All faculty mem hers
    staff[AT]iiserb.ac.in All the permanent staff members Director /DD /Deans/Head, CC/Registrar /DR
    projectstaff[AT]iiserb.ac.in All temporary staff members Director/DD/Deans/ Head, CC/Registrar /DR
    students[AT]iiserb.ac.in All students Director /DD /Deans/Head, CC/Department Heads /Registrar /DR/ AR, Academic
    chmfaculty, phyfaculty, eesfaculty, biofaculty, mathsfaculty, eecsfaculty etc. Department Faculty Groups Director DD /Deans/Head, CC/Registrar /Respective Department Head, Department Faculty Members and Office
    chmphd, chmiphd, chmra, chmmajors, phyphd, phyiphd, phyra, phymajors biophd, bioiphd, biora, biomajors etc. Department: PhDs, iPhDs, Postdocs, BS-MS Majors Director DD /Deans/Head, CC/Registrar /Respective Department Head, Department Faculty Members and Office
    msbatch2011, msbatch2016 etc. BS-MS Batches Director DD /Deans/Head, CC/Registrar /Instructor list provided by Office, Academic Affairs.
  • Apart from the groups as mentioned above, CC has also created some groups to facilitate resources and information sharing among the different set of II SERB community members. The bulk posting privileges may be revoked at any point of time with the approval of the competent authority. The competent authority has right to assign posting privilege to an individual.

Policy for the Content Update on Institute Website

  • Computer Centre would like to frame an approval policy for content updationsfmodifications on the Institute website. The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines for timely updates of the authentic information.

    In the regard, Computer Centre would like to propose following guidelines for the same.

    S. No. Content updates/modification on Institute website page I section Approving Authority
    1 All pages oflnstitute Website Director, DD, and Deans
    2 Home/Main Page Director, DD, and Deans
    3 Department/Section Website/Page HoD, Section-in-charge
    4 Recursive Tabs, Header and Footer Director, DD, and Deans

    Apart from that CC may provide an access portal to a designated person by the department/section for files upload and modification on the relevant department pages I sections.

    The website updates can only be done by the use of campus network. SSL-VPN services may be used in case of outside the campus network.

    The update request will be managed through the Online Service Request Form, available at CC website. The time slot for incorporation of online service request for website update will be of 4 hours in working day.

    The competent authority has right to assign authorization privileges to an individual.

Notice Board

  • Internet Bandwidth upgraded up to 300 Mbps.

NETWORK

  • Building Wise IP Address

HPC Server

  • 44 TFLOP Infiniband cluster having 132 compute nodes of IBM iDataPlex dx360 M4 server running two intel Xeon-E5 2670 2.6 Ghz processor with 64 GB RAM and 100TB SAS based storage based on IBDM DS3524 system with write through-put of over 2 GBps.

Application Servers

Desktop PCs/Work-Stations

  • There are 60 PCs with high configuration in CC Lab running on 64 bit Fedora 16.

CC Hours

SSL-VPN

  • IISERB Computer Center has installed a Secure Socket Layer VPN (SSL-VPN) server to allow access to IISERB computing resources through the public telecommunication infrastructure and the Internet. SSL-VPN employs encryption and other strong security protocols and allows two computers to create a private, secure communications tunnel through the Internet. This ensures that only authorized users can access the IISERB network and that their data cannot be intercepted.

    "A Secure Sockets Layer virtual private network (SSL-VPN) is a kind of VPN that runs on Secure Socket Layers technology and is accessible via https over web browsers. It permits users to establish safe and secure remote access sessions from virtually any Internet connected browser."

    Traditional VPN requires the installation of IPSec client software on a client machine before a connection is established whereas SSL-VPN has no such requirement. Users are able to access confidential applications or shared files on standard web browsers. The main benefit of SSL-VPN technology is that because it is user-based, not device-based, any authorized user can login from web-enabled PCs for secure, remote access of confidential files.

    SSL-VPN allows authorized users to securely connect to the IISERB data network from off campus using various commercial Internet Service Providers (ISPs) (i.e. TATA, BSNL, Reliance, MSN, AOL, etc.).

    Using SSL-VPN, remote users are connected to the IISERB internal network as if they were directly connected to the campus network. This allows IISERB remote users to access servers and other devices restricted to IISERB network users and isolated from the outside. What SSL-VPN Provides? SSL-VPN is capable to perform following tasks : - Extend geographic connectivity. - Improve security - Reduce transit time and transportation costs for remote users. - Simplify network topology. - Provide global networking opportunities. - Provide telecommuter support. - Provide broadband networking compatibility. - Improve productivity. - Reduce operational costs versus traditional WAN. In IISERB, SSL-VPN is used to provide secure, reliable and proper network connectivity to mobile off-campus users. They can access all servers and applications which they can access from within IISERB campus.

    SSL Client for Windows 64bit, Windows 32bit, Linux and Mac

  • First Method
    How To Use SSL-VPN Connection

    Open your web browser and access https://gateway.iiserb.ac.in You will get the following login screen.

    Login with CC LDAP login ID and Password. You will get the following screen.

    Use Connection Tool to connect to any webserver or use ping, telnet, VNC, RDP and SSH applications.

    To Download and Install SSL-VPN Client, Click on Click here to download and install it. You will get the following screen if you are connecting for the first time.

    Kindly download and install the SSL-VPN Client plugin by clicking on Save File and follow the instructions.

    If the SSL-VPN Client is already installed you will get the following screen. To Activate SSL-VPN Tunnel mode click on Connect button.

    After the SSL-VPN Tunnel mode is activated, you will get the following screen.

    Now you can access IISERB Computing facilities and Journals etc.

  • Third Method
    How To Configure SSL-VPN Client

    First you have installed SSL-VPN software use this link
    https://iiserb.ac.in/page.php?page=Download&pid=55&id=274 as per your requirement 32/64 bit) then unzip this file and run SslvpnClient.exe software.

    Then click on Setting

    Then Click on New Connection

    And Fillup Information
    Server Address:- https://gateway.iiserb.ac.in
    User Name:- LDAP User Name
    Password:- LDAP Password

    Then Click on OK

    Then Click on OK

    Then click on Connect

General

  • Concern persons for network problem.

  • Change your CC LDAP Password.

  • Connect Computers to the LAN.

    • Configuration Settings for Windows Platform
    • For Windows XP
    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network Connections >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP)
    • Click Properties
    • For DHCP, select Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS address automatically
    • For static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS
    • For Windows 7, 8 OR 10
    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network and Sharing Center >> Change Adapter Settings >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • For Windows 10 Go to Search >> Settings >> Network & Internet >> Change Adapter Settings >> Local Area Connection >> Properties
    • Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)
    • Click Properties
    • For DHCP, select Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS address automatically
    • For Static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS
    • Configuration Settings for Linux Platform
    • Go to Network Settings GUI
    • Select and configure the Interface
    • For DHCP, select automatically obtain IP address and automatically obtain DNS address
    • For Static IP, Specify IP, Gateway, Subnet Mask and DNS
  • Setup Wi-Fi Conection.

    • Turn on your Laptop/Mobile Devices into a Wireless Hotspot area
    • Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Network and Sharing Center >> Change Adapter Settings >> Wireless Network Connection
    • Choose SSID iiserb from the popup window.
    • Start using Network.
  • What is my IP and how to get it?

    • Academic Area
    • Use DHCP.
    • Hostel Area
    • Go to CC website >> Click on Network
  • Set/use the nknproxy server for Internet.

    • INTERNET EXPLORER
    • Go to Tools >> Internet Options >> Connections >> LAN Settings
    • Check Use a proxy server for your LAN and Bypass proxy server for local addresses
    • Set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • Click on Advanced Settings
    • In Exceptions, add *.iiserb.ac.in
    • MOZILLA FIREFOX
    • Open MOZILLA Firefox
    • Go to Preferences >> Advanced >> Network >> Settings
    • Select Manual Proxy Configuration and set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • In "No Proxy for", add *.iiserb.ac.in
    • GOOGLE CHROME
    • Go to Setting >> Advance setting >> Change Proxy settings >> LAN Settings
    • Check and
    • Set the proxy server as nknproxy.iiserb.ac.in Port: 3128
    • Click on Advanced Settings
    • In Exceptions, add *.iiserb.ac.in
  • How can I access IISERB Network from outside IISER Bhopal?

    • Use SSL-VPN to access IISERB Network from outside IISER Bhopal. For details and setup to use SSL-VPN, please follow the link https://gateway.iiserb.ac.in
  • How can I access Library Online Journals from outside IISER Bhopal?

  • Why does CC filter and restrict access to IISERB network?

    • IISERB net is an "open" computing environment which reflects the traditional openness of the academic environment. However we restrict the access from your machine to Internet and vice-versa by using Firewalls and also block access to porn sites.
  • Setup your Personal Home or Group Page account on HOME.IISERB.AC.IN

    • REQUISITE:
    • You must have your LDAP login account
    • Any FTP Client Software (Eg. FileZilla,WinSCP, FireFTP etc.)
    • Web pages related to your Personal Home or Group page.
    • Assumed that you have FileZilla FTP client
    • Open FileZilla
    • Now write
    • Host:home.iiserb.ac.in
    • Username:abc(YOUR LDAP ACCOUNT NAME)
    • Password:***(YOUR LDAP ACCOUNT PASS )
    • Port:22
    • Click On Quickconnect
    • Output will be like this :
    • Now you can see a folder with name www, Just open(double click)it.
    • After this, put your web pages in it by drag and drop or upload your files.
    • To access your page on web browser :
    • Open your web browser
    • Type the URL :home.iiserb.ac.in/~abc(home.iiserb.ac.in/~YOUR-LDAP-LOGIN)
  • Create email group from individual email account.

    • 1.Login to your IISERB Email Account
    • 2.Click on Icon (Top Right of Screen)
    • 3.Click on More
    • 4.Click on Contacts Button
    • 5.Click on New Group
    • 6.Enter Group Name & Press OK
    • 7.Click on your Group (here it is CC Group)
    • 8.Click on Button for addition of Group Member's email account
    • 9.Start typing your contact name or email-id, select from list.
    • 10.Press Add Button.
    • 11.To add more contacts repeat step no. 9 to 10.
  • Mail Migration from IISER Bhopal account to your personal email account.

    • Download and Install Gmail Backup:
    • Launch your web browser and navigate to https://code.google.com/p/gmail-backup-com/downloads/detail?name=gmail-backup-20110307.exe&can=2&q=
    • When the down is complete, close the Download windows and close your web browser.
    • For installation, double click on gmail-backup.exe icon. At the security warning windows, click Run to continue.
    • Migration Pre-­requisites:
    • Create a folder on your desktop called MyGmailBackup that will be used to store the email collected from your IISER mail account during this process.
    • To set your IISER mail account to IMAP Paccess for all your mail.
    • a)Login to our IISER mail account, clock setting on the top of the screen, go to Forwarding and POP/IMAP, and set IMAP Access to Enable IMAP.
    • Migration Backup and Restore Process:
    • Navigate to your desktop and double-­click the Gmail Backup icon.
    • Configure the Backup Utility as follows:
    • a) Set IISER mail login filed: userid@iiserb.ac.in where userid is your IISERB mail account username.
    • b) Set Password field: enter your IISERB mail Password.
    • c) Backup Folder filed: click the Directory button and navigate to the folder MyGmailBackupon the Desktop.
    • d) Uncheck the Newest email only box and set the since date and before date to the dates between which you would like email transferred and click the Backup button.
    • The files are displayed as they are being processed. Upon completion you will see “Ending backup of account” for your IISERB mail account.
    • For Restore Process: Open Gmail Backup windows and update the fields with your new mail account information.
    • a) Set Gmail login to username@gmail.com where “username” is your personal email ID.
    • b) Enter your email password and click the Restore button.
    • For questions or comments regarding this document,pleasee mail network@iiserb.ac.in

Telephone Services

Call History

  • View Call History
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • Press the softkey to return to the Call History screen.
    View Call Record Details
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • Select a call record and press the Details softkey (you may need to press the more softkey first).
    • Press the softkey to return to the Call History list.
    Dial From Call History
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • From the Call History list, select the call you want to dial and do one of the following:
    • Press the Call softkey.
    • Press the line key.
    • Pick up the handset.
    • Press the speakerphone or headset button.
    Clear Call History
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • Press the Clear softkey (you may need to press the more softkey first).
    • Press the Delete softkey to delete the Call History list, or press the Cancel softkey to go back to the Call History screen.

Directory Features

  • Dial A Contact From Directory
    • Press the Contacts button.
    • Select Corporate Directory. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select any of these criteria to search for a co-worker: FirstName/LastName/Number
    • Enter the search criteria information, press the Submit softkey, and select a contact.
    • To dial a contact, use one of these options:
    • Press the Dial softkey.
    • Press the Select button.
    • Press the contact label number.
    • Press a line button.
    • Press the Speakerphone button.
    • Press the Headset button.
    • Pick up the handset.
    Dial A Contact While On Call From Directory
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • From the Call History list, select the call you want to dial and do one of the following:
    • Press the Call softkey.
    • Press the line key.
    • Pick up the handset.
    • Press the speakerphone or headset button.

Calling Features

  • Forward Call
    • Press the Fwd All softkey.
    • Enter the target phone number. (Depending on how your voicemail system is set up, you may be able to press the Messages button to forward all calls to voicemail.)
    • Visual confirmation displays on your screen for as long as the feature is enabled.
    • To cancel call forwarding, press Fwd OFF.
    Hold and Resume a Call
    • To put a call on hold, press the Hold button .
    • The Hold icon displays and the line button flashes green.
    • To resume the call, press the Resume softkey or the flashing green line button.

Conference Call

  • To make a conference call And To add Another party
    • Press the Applications button.
    • Select Call History. (Use the Navigation bar and button to scroll and select.)
    • Select All Lines or the line that you want to view.
    • From the Call History list, select the call you want to dial and do one of the following:
    • Press the Call softkey.
    • Press the line key.
    • Pick up the handset.
    • Press the speakerphone or headset button.
    Remove Conference Participants
    • While in a conference, press the Details softkey to view a list of participants.
    • Highlight the participant that you want to remove, then press the Remove softkey.
    Do Not Disturb
      Do Not Disturb (DND) allows you to turn off either the ringer on your phone, or the ringer and any other audible or visual notification that you have an incoming call. When the ringer and notifications are turned off, the call is sent directly to your voicemail system. Your system administrator sets up a line button on your phone for DND, but you can change your DND options from your User Options web pages.
    • DND interacts with other types of calls:
    • If both DND and Call Forward All are enabled, calls are forwarded without any visual or audible confirmation.
    • DND does not affect intercom calls or non-intercom priority calls.
    • If both DND and auto-answer are enabled, only intercom calls are auto-answered.