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eSpace 8950 IP Phone V200R003C00 Administrator Guide

Provides information about deployment, operate and maintain the Video Phone.
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Service Rights Management

Service Rights Management

This section describes how to manage phone service rights.


Related service rights have enabled on the SIP server. For details about how to configure service rights on the SIP server, see the eSpace UC Product Documentation or IMS Product Documentation.

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Before using a service, enable the service rights for the IP phone by following the two steps below:
  1. Set Authorized.
    In the configuration file, the parameter corresponding to Authorized is ServiceRight with two options:
    • 0: disables a service right.
    • 1: enables a service right.
  2. Enter the enable access code and disable access code.

    In the configuration file, the parameters corresponding to the enable and disable access codes are ActiveAccessCode and DeactiveAccessCode.

  • In a UC2.X network environment, the service rights and service status modified on the U1900 series gateway or BMU are pushed to the IP phone in real time.
  • In a UC2.0 and IMS+UC network environment, the AA server automatically pushes the service rights and access codes to the IP phone, with no need for you to manually configure them.
  • Service rights are account-specific. Therefore, select an account first.
  • The service status display is phone-specific. If the service status display of an account takes effect, the IP phone displays the corresponding status. For example, if DND is enabled for an account of the IP phone, the IP phone displays the DND icon in the status bar. However, the accounts with DND disabled can still answer incoming calls.

Configuration Methods

You can manage service rights using three different methods, as listed in Table 5-18.
Table 5-18  Configuration methods




On the eSight management portal, choose Configuration > IP Phone Management, set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

DHCP Option 246

Set related parameters in the configuration file and deliver the new configuration file to the IP phone.


On the phone web page, choose Advanced > Service Rights Management and set related parameters on the page that is displayed.

Updated: 2018-09-12

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