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Testing the IP Phone (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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After downloading the run-time image to the CEPCs or to the Emulator instances, you are ready to test the IP phone run-time image by calling from one instance to another.

Before you perform these steps, both instances of the IP phone run-time image must be running and must display the login page that prompts for user name, password, and domain.

If the instances do not display the login page, reset the Emulators or CEPCs and download the run-time image again. For detailed instructions, see Downloading the Emulator IP Phone Run-time Image (for an Emulator) or Downloading a Run-Time Image to a CEPC.

To test the IP phones

  1. On phone A (the phone that places the call), choose Cancel to dismiss the screen you use to enter user credentials.

    This is okay because you do not use any IP phone functionality, such as automatic provisioning or Exchange client integration, that requires user credentials in this procedure. For more information about provisioning scenarios in which these credentials are used, see Provisioning the TUI Application.

  2. The main screen appears. Note the IP address of the phone, which is displayed in the center of the screen beneath the text Windows CE. (When the phone is not provisioned, it displays its IP address.)
  3. On phone B (the phone that receives the call), perform Steps 1 and 2.
  4. On phone A, press F6 to mimic taking the phone off hook.
  5. On phone A, use the numeric and period keys on the desktop PC keyboard to enter the numeric IP address of phone B, and then choose Dial to connect the call.

    Phone A displays Ringing and Phone B displays the Incoming Call dialog box.

  6. To take phone B off hook and have a conversation with phone A, press F6 or choose Answer.

See Also

How to Create a Default IP Phone on a CEPC | How to Create a Default IP Phone on an Emulator | Developing an IP Phone


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