Voice Support for Rural Home and Offices

Voice Support

Troubleshooting Tips

Your phone line is dependent on the internet, so you will need to verify that your internet service is up by opening a browser and going to a website that has the day’s date and time displayed. If the site loads but the date and time are wrong, then you most likely do not have an internet connection. Please contact our support team to assist you further. If you have an internet connection but your phone is not working, try the following steps:

  1. Check the lights on the VoIP adapter. You should have a light for power, internet, and phone.
  2. If the lights indicate you have power, internet, and phone but you are not able to make calls, make sure the phone cord coming from the VoIP adapter leading to your phone is connected and is un-damaged.
  3. If you have power and internet lights but no phone, power cycle the VoIP adapter by unplugging the power for 10 seconds and plugging the power back in. You may also need to unplug the telephone, or remove the phone battery for 10 seconds, then reconnect the power cord or battery.
  4. If the steps above do not resolve your issue, please call our support team to assist you further.

Power Outages

If a power outage occurs, you will not be able to make or receive calls, including 911 calls, unless you have battery backup power for the subscriber module and POE for internet connectivity. During a power outage, if you wish to conserve battery power for making and receiving necessary calls, such as emergency or 911 calls, you should avoid making unnecessary calls and not use Nextlink Internet services during the outage.

8-hour holdover uninterruptable power supply (UPS) is $75 installed at the time of new service installation or add an additional $70 residential service call or $150 business service call if dispatched after initial installation. A 24-hour UPS is available for purchase for $350 installed at the time of new service installation or add an additional $70 residential service call or $150 business service call if dispatched after initial installation. These battery backup systems can be purchased on your own directly from stores, Amazon or directly from UPS manufacturers. For additional information and requirements on our CyberPower UPS click here: 24- and 8-hour battery backup information.

ATA Connection Instructions

Please follow the steps below to complete the ATA* installation:

  1. Plug the blue network cable that is in the ATA box into the internet port of the ATA.
  2. Plug the other end of the blue network cable into a free LAN port on your router. (If your router was provided by Nextlink, please plug the cable into any open port other than the first port or the last port.)
  3. Plug one end of the power brick into the ATA and the other end into the power outlet. (UPS power is preferred.)
  4. Wait for approximately 3-5 minutes and the device should pull its configuration and show that line one is registered. To verify that line one is online, see the picture below. (Note: Your ATA will only show one line registered, unless you have two phone lines. If interested in having a second line, please contact customer service.)
  5. To verify that your phone is functional, please plug your phone cable into the line one port of the ATA.
  6. You can make a test call at this time.

If you have any questions or experience any issues, please call 855-NXT-LINK (698-5465) or send an email to support@team.nxlink.com

*This device does not support fax. If you are interested in fax service, please contact customer support.

Feature Codes Supported on Nextlink Voice Services

  • phone

    Call Forwarding

    To set call forwarding, dial *72 and then the phone number you wish to forward your inbound calls to (example: *72-555-555-5555). To de-activate call forwarding, dial *73.

  • Call Return

    Call Return

    To redial the last number that called you, dial *69.

  • voice mail

    Voicemail

    To access voicemail, dial 2001 and listen to the prompts.

  • dont disturb

    Do Not Disturb

    This feature allows you to force all inbound calls to go to voicemail. To activate Do Not Disturb, dial *78. To de-activate Do Not Disturb, dial *79.

#8 . Automatic Callback Deactivation

*72 . Call Forwarding Always Activation

*73 . Call Forwarding Always Deactivation Call

*90 . Call Forwarding Busy Activation

*91 . Call Forwarding Busy Deactivation

*92 . Call Forwarding No Answer Activation

*93 . Call Forwarding No Answer Deactivation

*67 . Calling Line ID Delivery Blocking per Call

*65 . Calling Line ID Delivery per Call

*68 . Call Park

*88 . Call Park Retrieve

*98 . Call Pickup

*69 . Call Return

*70 . Cancel Call Waiting

*99 . Clear Voice Message Waiting Indicator

*97 . Directed Call Pickup

*33 . Directed Call Pickup with Barge-in

*55 . Direct Voice Mail Transfer

*78 . Do Not Disturb Activation

*79 . Do Not Disturb Deactivation

*22 . Flash Call Hold

*66 . Last Number Redial

*75 . Speed Dial 100 (Configure)

*nn . Speed Dial 100 (Use)

*74 . Speed Dial 8

*47 . Sustained Authorization Code Activation (calls unlocking)

*37 . Sustained Authorization Code Deactivation (calls locking)

Voicemail First Time Setup

By default, all voicemail passwords are initially set to the last four numbers of the main phone number on your account. It is the purpose of this content to provide you with a review on how to access your voicemail box, listen to your messages, create greetings, and delete messages.

Accessing Your Voicemail Box

  • Dial 2001, your number/extension, or the message key on the handset.
  • If requested, enter your phone extension.
  • Listen to the voice prompts
  • Enter a new passcode at the prompt.
  • Re-enter your passcode at the prompt.
  • Record your name at the prompt.
  • Press #.
  • Your VM is now initialized.
  • If you do not know your password or you have forgotten it, feel free to reach out to us at 855-NXT-LINK (698-5465) and we will be more than happy to reset it for you.

Listening to and Deleting Messages

  • Once you have accessed your voicemail box (completed the steps in section one), you will be given several options in the main menu and you will need to press one (1) to listen to new messages.
  • Once you have listened to the message, you will again be given several options on how to proceed. Press four (7) to delete the message you just listened to.

Creating Greetings

  • Once you have accessed your voicemail box (completed the steps in section one), you will be given several options in the main menu and you will need to press six (3) to access the greetings menu.
  • Once you are in the greetings menu, you will be given several options. Press one (1) to create a greeting followed by the pound (#) symbol once you are done with the recording.
  • As soon as you are done recording, you will be given the option to make the greeting you just recorded your active one by pressing one (1) again when prompted.

Call Nextlink at 855-NXT-LINK (698-5465) to get started today!

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