Aesthetically appealing and highly practical, the D745 desk phone is a prime solution for those who utilize the telephone in daily work. It is not only easy to use, but also cost effective for large-scale deployment. Its elegant design complements even the most prestigious surroundings, and its high/low angle foot stand allows for maximum user comfort and efficiency. Wideband HD audio ensures crystal clear sound quality, and features such as call management, customizable call lists and address book are provided on a high-resolution graphical display. A second screen supports four virtual pages, each offering eight programmable keys with multicolored LEDs. The D745 includes a high-speed USB port to connect accessories such as headsets or WiFi sticks, and a gigabit Ethernet switch for connecting LAN or VPN clients to provide an additional layer of security.

Key features include:

  • High-resolution display
  • Dual display
  • 8 configurable, self-labelling, multicolored LED keys
  • Gigabit switch
  • USB port
  • Wideband audio
  • 12 SIP identities (lines)


WARNING: E-MetroTel has been successful in creating interoperability with the referenced phone using our open SIP Standards implementation. E-MetroTel is not responsible for maintaining interoperability support should the manufacturer modify the behavior of their SIP implementation in subsequent releases.

STEP ONE: On the UCx Server

  1. Login to the UCx Web-based Configuration Utility
  2. Navigate to PBX - PBX Configuration - Extensions page
  3. Add an Extension for a Generic SIP Device with the following basic parameters:
    • User Extension (e.g. 631)
    • Display Name
    • secret
  4. Click on Submit to create the extension
  5. Press the Apply Config bar at the top

STEP TWO: On the D745 Phone

Refer to the https://service.snom.com/display/wiki/Setting+up+a+Snom+Deskphone for details on phone setup and usage.
Snom phones are plug-and-play. Once the phone is connected to the network, it will begin to initialize. Follow the instructions on the phone to complete the initialization.

If your network is setup for DHCP, the IP address assigned to the phone will be displayed during initialization, take note of the IP address. If a DHCP server is not found, you will be prompted to enter the IP address, netmask, gateway, and DNS server.

After initialization is complete, you will be prompted to register the first account. You can register the first account from the phone interface or you can proceed directly to STEP THREE to configure the phone via the web interface.

To register from the phone, enter the following information when prompted:

  1. For account number, enter the User Extension from Step One.
  2. For registrar, enter the IP address of the UCx server.
  3. For password, enter the secret from Step One.
  4. After successful registration you will see the phone symbol  and the registered account (identity) in the identity line underneath the date/time bar.

STEP THREE: Configuration via Web Interface

To access the phone's web interface, you need to know the IP address of the phone:

  1. You can look up the phone's IP address by pressing the Help softkey or the Settings button, followed by: 6 (Information) > 2 (System Info).
  2. From a web browser, enter the IP address. (For example:
  3. You can configure up to 12 identities (lines).For each identity, configure the following fields:
    • Displayname - Enter preferred display name
    • Account - Enter the user extension from Step One
    • Password - Enter the secret from Step One
    • Registrar - Enter IP address of the UCx Server
    • Authentication Username - Enter user extension from Step One
    • Mailbox - If voicemail is enabled for the extension in Step One, enter the voicemail access code *97

  4. Click on the Apply button at the bottom of the page, followed by the Save button at the top of the page to save the changes for each identity.
  5. After successful registration you will see the phone symbol  and the registered account (identity) in the identity line underneath the date/time bar on the phone.
  6. To customize the functions of the programmable keys on the phone, see Programming Function Keys on Snom IP Phones for details.
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