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IP Phone SDK7.1.2 - Push2Phone HTTP 404 error

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May 30th, 2012
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Hi,


I'm testing IP Phone SDK7.1.2 Push2Phone with CUCM8.6 but get HTTP 404 error.

-update the push2phone.asp initial variable such as CUCM IP address and credentials but nothing change other asp files

-the wireshark steps captured on IIS server side

1) HTTP client requests HTTP POST to IIS server

2) IIS server response 200 OK

3) HTTP client requests HTTP GET to IIS server

4) IIS server requests HTTP POST to CUCM

5) CUCM response HTTP 404 not found


Not sure but suspect devicelistx.asp issue which is not support on CUCM8.6,,,, Advise please how to change the script to run the apps,,,,


Thanks in advance,

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Aaron Harrison Wed, 05/30/2012 - 07:38
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If it is using devicelistx (this should be obvious from the wireshark capture or by reviewing the code) then it will require some significant modification. As you said, devicelistx is not supported, so you would now need to use the RIS API to get the IP addresses of the phones so that the script can send the execute items directly to the phones.


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Aaron

cjrchoi11 Wed, 05/30/2012 - 09:59
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Thanks Aaron,


I'm not familar to the programming but want to test the functionlaity in the LAB,,,, Anyone can share the new script?


Regards,

John

Aaron Harrison Tue, 06/05/2012 - 11:31
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There is no new script, you'd have to write it or get someone to write it for you.


If you aren't familiar with programming and don't intend to learn then you should engage a developer or find an off the shelf product to do whatever it is you need.


Aaron

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