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Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

Customer cant access IPO directory
Is it possible?
What am I missing ?

Thanks in advance!!

RE: Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

LDAP settings
Avaya B179 has support for an external phone book, which means it can communicate with a
directory server using LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol). The built in search function
dynamically filters the content from the LDAP database, based on the search characters the user
Once this feature is enabled, the B179 will be able to download the IP Office centralized
personal directory and centralized system directory .
To make the LDAP phone book available, the administrator has to activate and configure the LDAP
From the web interface, select Settings > LDAP.
The following table identifies the settings available for configuration:

Find the rest in the manual:
https://downloads.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/10104... page 43

I have no details so don't ask and play around with it.

RE: Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

Cool. Never knew that. B179's keep turning up each year. (I actually like them)

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

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