Your Nortel IP Phone 1210 brings voice and data to your desktop.
IP Phone 1210 can directly connect to a Local Area Network (LAN)
through an Ethernet connection.
This guide contains the following topics:
“Using your IP Phone1210” on page 23
“Installing your IP Phone 1210” on page30
“Customizing your IP Phone 1210—basic features” on page36
“Customizing your IP Phone 1210—advanced features” on page49
“Operating your IP Phone 1210” on page63
“Troubleshooting your IP Phone1210” on page 104
In this guide, self-labeled line or programmable feature key labels appear
beside the keys, and context-sensitive soft key labels appear directly
above the keys.

Feature overview

Your IP Phone 1210 supports the following features:
four context-sensitive soft keys (self-labeled)
Note: Context-sensitive soft keys are Nortel Communication Server
dependent. Some IP Phones phones are not configured to support
context-sensitive soft key functionality. Contact your system
administrator for further details.
six call-processing fixed keys:
- Goodbye
- Headset
- Handsfree
three specialized feature keys: