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Associate Phone to Directory Number in CUCM

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I am using Cisco Unified Communications v8.5.1

I have configured Direcory Number and transilation Patterm. But not getting an option to associate phone to this number.. Any help how to do this?
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Go to devices and pull up the phone.  Then on the left hand side there are fields for Line 1 and Line 2.  Select Line 1 and put the directory number in the right field.
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Go ahead with kenboonejr´s advice, that would put the Directory Number on the IP Phone sort of speak, once the phone reboots it will take the configuration and will show the number on screen.

In order to map between the Translation Pattern and the Directory Number so you can get inbound calls ring on that phone, then you need to "catch" what the called number is with your Translation Pattern, and translate the called number into the Directory Number assigned to the phone.

For example on an inbound call where an outside caller dials 14088884441 for example, the call comes in as 84441 to Callmanager:

Translation Pattern = 84441
   Called Party Transform Mask: XXXX
Resulting called number 4441

Directory Number associated to the phone: 4441

HTH
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