optiPoint 150 S
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|Hardware Feature Overview|
|Display||2-line alphanumeric display (16 characters each)|
|Keys||8 function keys, 2 control keys, 3 dialog keys|
|Audio Codec||G.711 a/μ-law, G.723.1A, G.729 AB|
The optiPoint 150 S is a SIP phone with an optimum price/performance ratio. For the enterprise area it is a device for starters but it is also perfect for home users connected to SIP providers (like for example sipgate or others) operating standard SIP platforms like Asterisk or other standard SIP platforms.
The optiPoint 150 S has been released in May 2006.
The phone supports a set of basic Call features like Call Transfer, Call Forwarding, Message Waiting Indication and others. The optiPoint 150 S offers among other things an inserted phone directory (100 entries), call list administration and is simple to administer via a Webbrowser.
For larger deployments there is a mechanism available for automatic distribution of configuration files in order to avoid to configure each phone on-site.
- Flyer optiPoint 150 S
- Datasheet optiPoint 150 S
- User Manual optiPoint 150 S
- Administration Manual optiPoint 150 S
The optiPoint 150 S can be integrated into several SIP communication systems.
|HiPath 2000||(planned for release in November 2006)||Name HP2k Admin manual|
|HiPath 3000/5000||(planned for release in November 2006)||Name of HP3/5k admin manual|
|HiPath 4000||(Release planned for end of October 2006)||Name of HP4k Admin manual|
|HiPath 8000||(released since May 2006)|| Feature Description Guide HP8k V2.1|
see also HiPath 8000 Universe
|Asterisk||released||Asterisk config guide|
|Broadsoft||Release coming soon||Verweis auf Extranet NDA|
|Sylantro||Release coming soon||Verweis auf extranet NDA|
For detailed interoperability information please check Interoperability matrix optiPoint 150 S.
Beside this, connectivity to several SIP providers in Germany is supported. For configuration hints see the How To article Setup the optiPoint 150 S with several provider.
With regard to further SIP providers on a world-wide basis it is recommended to carry out testing as there are many SIP platforms (also from other vendors) claiming to fulfill SIP standards.
Features in a SIP environment can either be offered by the phone itself, i.e. locally or centrally (B2BUA) by a SIP application server.
The optiPoint 150 S supports a number of local SIP services. The access to central services via Feature Access Codes is not possible.
For a comparison of English/German terms see Call feature term comparison English/German.
Local Call SIP-Features
- Call Transfer (attended, semi-attended)
- Call Forwarding (unconditional, on No Reply, on Busy)
- Call Waiting
- Do Not Disturb
- Distinctive Ringing
- DTMF (in-band, out-band)
- Local three-party conference
- Message Waiting Indication
- Multiple Line
- Off-hook Ringing
Other User relevant features
- Call log (missed, dialed, answered)
- Country specific ring tones
- Dial Plan
- Off-hook dialing
- On-hook dialing
- Phone book
- Open listening
- Ring tones (switch on/off)
For details please have a look in the optiPoint 150 S documentation (e.g. datasheet).
Below you find both information about current and obsolete firmware releases and the Software itself. As The SIP firmware for the optiPoint 150 S does not provide any encryption capabilities you can feel free to download SW from here immediately to update your phone. Please do not distribute the SW across the Internet.
Current software releases
|Version No.||Release date||Release notes||Download|
|V1.28||08/11/2006||Release Note for V1.28||oP150S_v128|
|V1.22||05/10/2006||Release Note for V1.22||oP150S_v122|
To get an overview of all release notes for the optiPoint 150 S see the history of all Release Notes.
The optiPoint 150 S can be administered in different ways:
- Locally on the phone display.
- By web-browser.
- Parameter- and firmware distribution automated via TFTP-Server.
Especially in bigger roll-out Scenarios options 1 and 2 are not adequate.
For further information on how to do mass deployment for the optiPoint 150 S phones see optiPoint 150 S Mass Deployment procedure.