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System Directory size

System Directory size

System Directory size

Does anyone know the limits of the number of entries that can be in the system directory using ver 1.4??


RE: System Directory size

there is no hard maximum for directory size. it all depends on how large the other entrys are. ther is a maiumum size for total CFG which varies with they size of the system unit

IP401 64k
IP403 192K
IP406 192K
IP412 1mB
*Figures taken from Manager manual Issue 13

It is not recommended that more than 100 directory entrys be ADDED at a time when merging configs

RE: System Directory size

IPGuru is correct, however rule of thumb


get the jist

500 directory's

However someone did try to import 5000 yes 5 thousand directory's into the system and it crashed!!

RE: System Directory size

does not surprise me

RE: System Directory size

The Directory is limited to 1000 entries. This is detailed in the IP Office Product Description. The LDAP is limited to 500 entries.

Check the Avaya IP Office Product Description.

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