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Posts: 21
Registered: ‎03-30-2013
My Device: Z10 - STL100-2
My Carrier: Belgacom Proximus

BB 10.1 - UDS - Configure the APNs proxy settings - Where is the setting ?

Dear,

 

Where can I found the APNs proxy settings.

We have installed the BB10.1 and we try to fix our APNs Certificate Connection Status : FAILED.

 

You can configure support for an APNs proxy server, if you have a proxy server and do not want your organization's Core
Module to have direct access to the Internet. This allows the Core Module to access the APNs through a proxy server.
1. In the Administration Console, on the menu bar, click Settings > APNs Proxy.
2. Place a checkmark in the Enable proxy checkbox.
3. In the Server name or IP address field, type the server name or IP address that you would like to use as an APNs
proxy server.
4. In the Port number field, type the port number.
5. If you would like to enable authentication for the APNs proxy server, place a checkmark in the Authentication
required checkbox and type the username and password for that server name or IP address.
6. Click Save.

 

As you can see in the picture, there is no APNs Proxy Settings... http://hpics.li/de4119a

 

Thanks,

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Posts: 8
Registered: ‎04-30-2012
My Device: 9930 Bold
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: BB 10.1 - UDS - Configure the APNs proxy settings - Where is the setting ?

I am just digging on this issue now and came across your thread.... But I am seeing the same thing. In Version 6.2.2.4, the APNs proxy was present. In 10.1.0.27 it is not - and APN certification validation fails. 

Contributor
Posts: 21
Registered: ‎03-30-2013
My Device: Z10 - STL100-2
My Carrier: Belgacom Proximus

Re: BB 10.1 - UDS - Configure the APNs proxy settings - Where is the setting ?

Dear,

I have open a case to Blackberry Support.
The problem was that the UDS connect directly to xx.bbsecure.com on port TCP:3101.

I was able to create the certificat with all steps (inc. Apple certificat).
The last step is to "open" the tunnel from the UDS to Blackberry.
The port is blocked and we cannot open for the moment.

The other solution is to put a SOCKS Proxy on the way and pass trough it... Smiley Sad