09-28-2010 01:23 AM
I have a problem with connection timeout when try connecting to push evalution server to send message. I know via email notification that the evaluation server had been down once but I have not been able to connect to it since then.
Does anybody know if the push evaluation server (Asia Pacific) is up yet? I am testing it from Thailand.
Thanks in advance,
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10-05-2010 06:43 AM
Today, I tried again by using sample push sample application from push SDK and I got the error:
Http error: 400, Connection refused pushapi.eval.blackberry.com:80
The sample app was modified and used to work ok before the last evaluation push server maintenance. So i am not sure if this relates to anything about the evaluation or client implementation should be update.
10-05-2010 01:45 PM
Has your IP address changed since the last successful push? The IP address of the server making the push requested must be white listed in order to submit a push request. If you need to add an additional IP address please contact email@example.com.
10-05-2010 11:38 PM
I checked the my push server IP and it is still the same IP as what I register. Anyway, I have compare variables' value with values confirmation email and found that the URL that my push server is using is just "http" not 'https". This URL worked before the recent push evaluation server maintenance but after the maintenance. So I change the URL to begin with "https" and now it works fine.
Thank you very much for your help, anyway.
10-11-2010 09:58 AM
I am getting a similar error when i try to use the Unregister from the client device (is it possible to unregister from the client?)
The following url is not working for me.
Is there something wrong with my request?
the register url is working fine...
the registration process never worked from the client...is it possible to make the unregistration from the client? or only from the server which it's ip is white-listed?
Because i can't white-list all of my clients....
Thanks in advance.
10-17-2010 01:34 PM
Isn't the url supposed to be https:// ?
Thanks for the link by the way, I was looking for the exact link and could find it.