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New Wallboard in IPOCC R9.1

New Wallboard in IPOCC R9.1

New Wallboard in IPOCC R9.1

We have installed an IPOCC which is working as it should, no problems with configuration and call routing etc.

However am trying to access the new Wallboard feature as per the new documentation on the knowledgebase (Using Avaya IP Office Contact Center Wallboard), and trying to access via https://<IPOCC_Server>:28443/WallboardBroker or http://<IPOCC_Server>:28080/WallboardBroker. Have switched off the windows firewall on the server. However does not connect.

Is there a service that I need to start on the IPOCC server that is outside of the Watchdog?

Any help appreciated.

RE: New Wallboard in IPOCC R9.1

Were you able to get this working?

RE: New Wallboard in IPOCC R9.1

Same here! No Wallboard access. Not even a security warning to let me know the URL exists on the IPO CC Server. Tried it with the internal ip, and hostname for the CC Server. Nothing!

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