guys, i have just found a solution for a device displaying host not found when trying to log into extension mobility. my question is, how much disruption will this cause my network if i was to do it during office hours. what kind of problems should i expect. i am not worrried about the TFTP, but the iis and CTI i think might be a big risk.
Problem: The IP phone displays the "Host not found" error when the Services button is pressed.
Solution: Choose System > Enterprise Parameters. Check the URL services, and if it is set to the CallManager Server name, replace the CallManager Server name with the IP address as shown in this example.
I managed to fix this without the enterprise settings. my manager was not in support of system wide changes. I just took a closer looking at the network and found out the DNS was not specified in the DHCP scope on the switch. lol.
well i am happy i did not have to carry this pressure over to another day. hundreds of people could not log out or log into extension mobility
Thanks for all the support . Oh and you were correct about what you said.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.