This document will show you how to set up a WiFi connection on your Yealink T46 deskphone with a Bytes Digital VoIP telephone system.
1. Plug the Yealink WF40 into the rear USB slot on your Yealink T46
If you have a phone system from Bytes Digital, your phone will come with the WiFi dongle already plugged into the phone.
2. Access the phones main menu
Access the Yealink's main menu using your soft key. Be aware that your phone may have a different configuration, so the menu button may be in a different location.
3. Navigate to ‘Basic’
Using your phones arrows, select the 'basic' option within the menu (this option is signified by a spanner and screwdriver icon). When it is highlighted, press the OK button.
4. Navigate to ‘Wi-Fi’
Again, using your arrow keys, scroll through the menu until you reach option 7 'Wi-Fi'. Press OK to select it.
5. Choose option 4
Once again using the arrow buttons, scroll to option 4 and select it.
6. Find and select your network
Using the arrow keys, find your network from the list of available networks. When selected, press the OK button.
If you don't see your network in the list, press the 'scan' softkey, which is second from the right.
7. Input your network password
Using the main keypad on your Yealink T46, input your WiFi password.
You can use the second from left softkey to toggle between numbers, lower-case letters, upper-caseletters and ‘2aB’ style. You can also use the delete softkey (third from left) to delete mistyped characters.
8. Press OK
Once you've entered the correct password, press the OK button.
9. Return to the home screen
Exit the menu by pressing the first softkey (shown on screen as 'back'). Pressing it 4 times consecutively will return you to the main home screen.
If you still need some assistance, and you're a customer of Bytes Digital, give our support team a call on 03331 301 021 or email email@example.com and they'll be happy to help with your enquiry.
Please note that this support guide is here to assist users with technical issues. You undertake these steps at your own risk and Bytes Digital Limited is not liable in any way for any malfunctions or other issues caused by users undertaking the steps outlined in this guide. We would encourage customers of Bytes Digital to call us with any support-related enquires.