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Cell Phone and One X
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Cell Phone and One X

Cell Phone and One X

(OP)
Does anyone have any positive or negative experience using the One X android mobile program?

RE: Cell Phone and One X

I don't believe the one-x is supported anymore. It's now avaya workplace, and it's uhm...fine...i guess.

-Austin
I used to be an ACE. Now I'm just an Arse.

RE: Cell Phone and One X

Licensing can be a pain, I believe it straight up requires power user since its the mobile version and not desktop/tablet.
If you're not using an SBC, setting up NAT/Port Forwarding can be "interesting".
Lastly discovering that the auto configure needs the IPO to have a valid cert, not just one that the phone trusts but one that is setup for the correct number of years. (Still working on this myself.)

In the past when I've had it working in other ways (vpn), it worked well enough or at least similar enough to the desktop client.

RE: Cell Phone and One X

You wont find OneX on Playstore or Appstore aswell, as it is officially not supported anymore.

If you have apk you can use OneX (as derfloh has written) with a certificate. Without a certificate you probably get issues...

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