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Deskphone CP400

Deskphone CP400

Deskphone CP400

Hello everyone,

i have problem with deskphone cp400 phonebook menu not actualy present in phone, but in deskphone cp200 available
i'am using openscape business X8 V2.R3.0
how can i create the phonebook in deskphone cp400. or that phone not supported features with phonebook ?


RE: Deskphone CP400

The phonebook is available via the conversation list but the phone have to authorize
at the system to use this feature.
This is possible either with UC credentials or with the HFA password.

RE: Deskphone CP400

hi xs650

thanks for answeing but can i saving to phonebook manually ?
not from conversation
can you give me manual to create / programming phonebook authorize at the system or via UC

many thanks

RE: Deskphone CP400


On release notes & Admin doc service manual:

To access the System phonebook without UC configuration it is mandatory that the subscriber does have authentication activated in the System and this password is configured in the gateway settings.
Please note in case an OCAB system is used the IP of the OCAB board needs to be configured in the Admin  Local functions  UC Server to access the System Phonebook.
The user is not required to enter any UC credentials as the Gateway configuration settings are used for the System Phonebook queries.
The phone will perform a Reverse Lookup of the Number provided from the system on Outgoing and Incoming Calls so configuring of canonical dial settings is mandatory.
Any further information available in the system Phonebook will be stored for this contact as well.
This reverse lookup is only performed if no result is returned from a configured LDAP server.

UC Server:

• UC Protocol: Selects the protocol to be used.
Value range: "HTTP", "HTTPS".
• UC Server address: IP address or hostname of the UC server in use.
• UC Server port: Port number of the UC server in use.
Default: 8802.
• User configuration enabled: indicates whether the User configuration is enabled.
Administration via WBM
Local functions > Locality > UC Server
Administration via Local Phone
| --- Admin
| --- Local functions
| --- UC Server
|--- UC Protocol
|--- UC server address
|--- UC Server port
|--- User configuration enabled

Canonical Dial Settings:

For contact data retrieval from the directory server, upon arrival of a call, the remote telephone
number is converted according to the canonical dial settings (see also Section 3.11.3, “Canonical
Dial Settings”). The format of the resulting number should match the format the numbers
are stored in the directory server. It is recommended to convert the numbers to fully qualified
format, i.e. adding country and area code to the subscriber number. This way it is ensured that
the number used for lookup is unique.

Administration via WBM
Local functions > Locality > Canonical dial settings

Administration via Local Phone
| --- Administration
| --- Local Functions
| --- Locality
| --- Canonical dial settings
|--- Local country code
|--- National prefix digit
|--- Local national code
|--- Minimum local number length
|--- Local enterprise node
|--- PSTN access code
|--- International code
|--- Operator code
|--- Emergency number
|--- Inital extension digits

RE: Deskphone CP400


hi adibv

the program is all of the extension on the system pabx will restored in deskphone cp400 ?
because my user phone want the phonebook available in menu deskphone cp400
help me if someone have a same problem or resolve function phonebook deskphone cp400 opensccape business x8


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