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Extension Mobility-Host not found


I've Call manager 3.1 with extension Mobility enabled. It was working fine till now, made no changes but now when I select login, "host not found" error message is displayed for a few seconds and then "make aselection" is displayed. Have already rebooted the phones, pinged them from Call mangers, rebooted the call managers. Need help!!!


Re: Extension Mobility-Host not found


try connecting to your app-engine; http://:8080

you should see "Cisco Application Engine 2.2"

if you don't see this, you must look at your appadmin.

Or you have a DNS problem, is your service used with ipaddress?

or take a look in your DC directory administrator, -> CCN -> systemprofile -> hotellingprofile. take a look at the properties, if there is a computername in the URL, change it into the ipaddress of your app-server.

You can look on this site;

good luck.


Re: Extension Mobility-Host not found

I've got exactly the same problem.

You say you've not changed anything, have you performed an upgrade recently. This is the only thing I can tie it down to is that I upgraded from 3.12c to 3.13aSPD on thursday, then updated the JTAPI on Friday, now the engine shows started but none of the subsystems work.

If I work out the problem I'll let you know.

BTW my app version is 2.2(2)


Re: Extension Mobility-Host not found


What do you see in the trace-file?

Did you reboot after JTAPI upgrade? But I don't think jtapi is used for EM!

so the only subsystem that must be up is application.

Try initialize the directory config again. Then upload your scripts with the repository admin. Then shutdown the app-engine. Wait 60 sec. And start your app-engine.


Re: Extension Mobility-Host not found


sorted it......

I installed attendant console at the same time. what a p*sser can't cisco develop a product that doesn't stamp all over the toes of their existing products, or at least point out in the read me file for the new product that you'll need to change the old products.

Bloody stupid if you ask me.