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Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt

Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt

Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt


Having issues with J series handsets in that I want to force them to TCP
I have uploaded a 46xxspecials.txt file, however the autogenerated 46xxsettings file does not append GET 46xxspecials.txt on the end of the file.

I have uploaded a 'dummy' 46xxsettings.txt file and then deleted it again, whilst the 46xxspecials.txt was present but it still does not append GET 46xxspecials.txt
to the bottom of the file.

I would olike to keep the 46xxsettings.txt being auto generated.

Has any one come across this?


RE: Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt

Try put this in the nouser source code tab after deleting the uploaded 46xxsettings.txt

RE: Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt

@derfloh Yes I have done that, there was no 46xxsettings to start with but even after uploading a 46xxspecials the GET statement did not appear. I uploaded and then deleted a 46xxsettings to se if it would somehow 'reset' the auto gen 46xxsettings with a 46xxspecials present

@icet500 yes may have to do that although shouldn't be necessary really?

we are planning an upgrade to 11.1 so maybe that will fix!

RE: Not seeing GET 46xxspecials.txt

So, watching monitor as the phone boots (I am now on site, these are J129 which I was not told yesterday)

The HTTP log shows that a defaulted phone does not even request 46xxsettings.txt
It does however request J100settings.txt.

I have had to modify J100settings to be port 5060, tcp and tlssrvrid to 0

No they will boot and logon fine, the they do not like the IPO certificate which is self signed as it's an internal only corporate domain...

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