Pairing Yealink Cordless with Base

Pairing Yealink Cordless with Base


  1. Long press the button on the base station till the registration LED slow flashes.
  2. Press the OK button on the handset to enter the main menu.
  3. Using the arrow keys highlight the icon and press OK.
  4. Go to Registration → Register Handset and press OK.
    1. If the handset display screen prompts “Press base page 2s then press OK”, long press on the base station until the registration LED slow flashes. Then press the OK soft key on the handset, select Register Handset.
  5. Select the desired base and press the OK soft key. The handset begins searching the base.
  6. Press the OK soft key after searching a base successfully.
  7. Enter the base PIN (default: 0000), and then press the Done soft key to complete registration

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