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iAnywhere PUSH Problem

4 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-08-18 19:45:43.0Z
Dave Furey Posted on 2004-08-10 02:55:12.0Z
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Subject: iAnywhere PUSH Problem
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Current Version: 5.5.1.24

We have a client that is using iAnywhere with the O2 XDA II
units over GPRS.

We have gotten the PUSH system to work internally without
any problems. Once we move to GPRS we can only send changes
"from" the devices, not the other way.

Are there any PORTS (besides 80, 443) that need openning on
ISA for the server or is it possibly something else?

Dave


DFurey Posted on 2004-08-10 23:13:30.0Z
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I have opened port 3102 and can telnet from internet to it,
still no luck though.

Changes made to device appear in 5 seconds on desktop
(calendar, e-mail etc.). Changes made on desktop (e-mail
received, calendar etc. - monitored by Exchange sniffer) do
not trigger (push) device to update.

Help!!!

> Current Version: 5.5.1.24
>
> We have a client that is using iAnywhere with the O2 XDA
> II units over GPRS.
>
> We have gotten the PUSH system to work internally without
> any problems. Once we move to GPRS we can only send
> changes "from" the devices, not the other way.
>
> Are there any PORTS (besides 80, 443) that need openning
> on ISA for the server or is it possibly something else?
>
> Dave


Dave Posted on 2004-08-11 00:36:31.0Z
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Sorry, I am referring to Pylon Anywhere. Should have been clearer about
this.

<Dave Furey> wrote in message news:41183a46.a3a.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Current Version: 5.5.1.24
>
> We have a client that is using iAnywhere with the O2 XDA II
> units over GPRS.
>
> We have gotten the PUSH system to work internally without
> any problems. Once we move to GPRS we can only send changes
> "from" the devices, not the other way.
>
> Are there any PORTS (besides 80, 443) that need openning on
> ISA for the server or is it possibly something else?
>
> Dave


Simon Cavill Posted on 2004-08-18 19:45:43.0Z
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Dave,
This may be something to do with your setup over GPRS. Are you tracking the
incoming IP address of each device? Depending on the operator, IP lease
times for devices connected to GPRS can be quite small. This means that you
can get in a position where the server does not "know" the current IP
address of the remote device as it has since received a new IP address from
the operator between transactions...

Simon

"Dave" <newsATfureyDOTnet> wrote in message news:41196b48$1@forums-2-dub...
> Sorry, I am referring to Pylon Anywhere. Should have been clearer about
> this.
>
>
>
> <Dave Furey> wrote in message news:41183a46.a3a.1681692777@sybase.com...
> > Current Version: 5.5.1.24
> >
> > We have a client that is using iAnywhere with the O2 XDA II
> > units over GPRS.
> >
> > We have gotten the PUSH system to work internally without
> > any problems. Once we move to GPRS we can only send changes
> > "from" the devices, not the other way.
> >
> > Are there any PORTS (besides 80, 443) that need openning on
> > ISA for the server or is it possibly something else?
> >
> > Dave
>
>