Connecting Yealink phones to Wi-Fi

Connecting Yealink phones to Wi-Fi

This article provides instructions on how you can connect compatible Yealink phones to a wireless network using the Yealink USB Wi-Fi dongle WF40 and WF50.

The Yealink WF40 is a USB dongle that allows compatible Yealink phones a quick and easy way to connect to a wireless network.


Below are the compatible phone models for the Yealink WF40 Wi-Fi USB dongle:

•  T42S and T46S supports WF40 with a frequency range of 2.4GHz.
•  T48S supports the WF50 (2.4GHz or 5GHz) and WF40 dongle (2.4GHz). 
•  T5XW support built-in WiFi and does not need a WiFi dongle.

Connecting Yealink phones to Wi-Fi

To start using the Yealink WF40/WF50 Wi-Fi dongle (if required) and follow the steps below to proceed:

1. Disconnect the Ethernet cable to enable Wi-Fi connectivity.
2. Insert the WF40 USB dongle into the USB port at the back of the phone.
3. You will be prompted to scan and connect to available Wi-Fi networks. Alternatively, you can do this manually by going to Menu Settings Basic Settings > Wi-Fi.
4. Select Available Networks, and press OK.
5. Select the desired Wi-Fi network and press Connect.
6. Enter the password, and press OK.

Allow a few seconds for the phone to connect to your Wi-Fi connection.

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