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Avaya B179 SIP conference phone
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Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

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

Thanks in advance!!

RE: Avaya B179 SIP conference phone

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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
enter.
Note:
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
feature.
Procedure
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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