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OK any reason why? from a users log in on pbxnip.

 

That the missed call and call log allows you to click to call back and your ext rings and call works

But Domain and personal address book do not work If you click on them (page can't be displayed)

 

Also address book lookup still fails on inbound DDI's?

 

We really need the Alpha Tagging to work.

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Guest Paul McCabe

What version of software are you using?

I just tested dialing from my call log and also from my address book. It seems to work fine.

My PBX is running 2.1.6.2448.

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I was running 2.1.6.2446 which was the latest when I downloaded it.

Will try latest version thanks

 

 

 

What version of software are you using?

I just tested dialing from my call log and also from my address book. It seems to work fine.

My PBX is running 2.1.6.2448.

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Nope made some progress though.

The misses call and call log now work which is better.

However personal and domain address book doesn't allow to dial from web.

You get page cannot be displayed.

Running 2448 on SUSE10

 

 

I was running 2.1.6.2446 which was the latest when I downloaded it.

Will try latest version thanks

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I just re-tested calling my cell from my personal address book and that call established properly.

I also added pbxnsip's office number to the domain address book and that call went through.

Here is the URL for that call from my system: https://209.251.xx.219/remote_call.htm?user...est=19787462777. Is your link similar to this? I am curious since you are see a 'page cannot be diaplayed' message.

 

As you can see via 'https' in the link above, TLS/SSL comes into play. I did get a Certificate Invalid message/warning when I clicked on the number in the address book, but I continued through this and the call was made. Looks like we need to update Digital Cert. in the box.

 

I am running off a CS410 so the platform is Debian Linux running the pbxnsip 2.1.6.2448 Debian image.

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This is the link in my version

https://192.168.168.250/remote_call.htm?use...est=07976321995

I sometimes get not valid certificate as well (not always though) but always followed by 404 page not found.

 

This is the same for personal address book and domain address book

 

I just re-tested calling my cell from my personal address book and that call established properly.

I also added pbxnsip's office number to the domain address book and that call went through.

Here is the URL for that call from my system: https://209.251.xx.219/remote_call.htm?user...est=19787462777. Is your link similar to this? I am curious since you are see a 'page cannot be diaplayed' message.

 

As you can see via 'https' in the link above, TLS/SSL comes into play. I did get a Certificate Invalid message/warning when I clicked on the number in the address book, but I continued through this and the call was made. Looks like we need to update Digital Cert. in the box.

 

I am running off a CS410 so the platform is Debian Linux running the pbxnsip 2.1.6.2448 Debian image.

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Actually this is intersting

 

From the list of missed calls or call log click to dial gives you this

 

http://192.168.168.250/remote_call.htm?dest=07976321995

 

However domain and personal address book gives you this link which fails

 

https://192.168.168.250/remote_call.htm?use...est=07976321995

 

Seems the problem is the extra user=300%40pbx.sgj.int

 

 

This is the link in my version

https://192.168.168.250/remote_call.htm?use...est=07976321995

I sometimes get not valid certificate as well (not always though) but always followed by 404 page not found.

 

This is the same for personal address book and domain address book

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