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unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

Hello, i have an issue,

when i am trying to login to the supervisor desktop agent via VPN, an error occurred

"unable to create connection with web-server. Chech the server with address *.*.*.*:80"

thankx in advance

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

if it works when you're in the office, more than likely it's a probably with your firewall.

david

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

if it works when you're in the office, more than likely it's a probably with your firewall.

david

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

yes, in the office it's works,

tomorrow i'll check firewall policy

thank you

New Member

Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

Check name resolution. Your VPN based client may not be resolving your server name correctly.

I've seen this with the script editor on VPN connections where name resolution to our CCM was not functioning until a static entry was placed in the hosts file.

Regards,

Amir

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

but i am using ip addresses, not domain names.

so i think it can't be a problem

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

With the script editor, the login prompt requires username/password/IP address of CRS server. So one would think that name resolution would not be required - yet the application references Call Manager by name and my VPN client could not resolve the name until I created a host file entry.

But this doesn't appear to be related to your issue. From your VPN client, are you able to ping your server IP address?

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Re: unable to connect to the UCCX via VPN

thankx you all

the problem wath with firewall

i've added my subnet to the firewall policy

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