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Push Access to J179 Error

Push Access to J179 Error

Push Access to J179 Error

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Howdy folks.

To start, I've never messed with Push features before.

I have a company that wants to push messages to J179s. They have proven this before but in the Avaya cloud.

All our test bed sets are remote workers, however that and the push feature are 2 separate animals as I understand it.

We have placed 4 additional items in the 46xxsettings.txt:

SET PUSHPORT xxxx
SET TPSLIST 1.1.1.1,1.1.1.2
SET PUSHCAP 22222
SET SUBSCRIBELIST https://...........

We placed a rule in the firewall to "port forward" but not NAT.

We get a 403 Forbidden error. We have tested inside and outside the network (also with wget) and get the same error. So, we conclude we are reaching the phone, but it doesn't like what we present.

We have tried to port mirror from the J179 - enables after changing the default password but doesn't seem to actually be mirroring - gets lots of other network housekeeping messages but nothing from / to the phone.

Thanks in advance for any advice you may wish to share. jester2

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