Personal Directory and Fast Dial Services non-responsive
I have a 2-server CM 3.3.3 SR2 cluster that I have setup the Personal Directory and Fast Dial services on for IP Phones. I added the services to the phones, but when I try to connect to the services from any phone, they sit at the "Requesting..." screen for a while until they finally time-out.
I looked at the Event Logs on the servers and I see an Event message saying the Active Server Pages 'Service Started'. A few minutes later, messages appeared with the following:
Warning: IIS log failed to write entry, Script timed out. The maximum amount of time for a script to execute was exceeded. You can change this limit by specifying a new value for the property Server.ScriptTimeout or by changing the value in the IIS administration tools..
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This was followed by a Service Stopped message.
Ok, I figured out what was wrong, but I am not sure why. I tried using a web browser to hit the xml pages for the fast dials page, and when I put it in as http://<IPADDRESS>/... I got a white-screen error with the unlikely message: TCP_ERROR. A little Google research made me try addressing the page as http://<SERVERNAME>/... instead, and this worked without a problem.
Anyone know why IIS doesn't like the IP address in the URL?
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