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Posts: 21
Registered: ‎02-03-2009
My Device: Not Specified
Accepted Solution

Web Widget Push -> HTTP Status 403 - could not map device 2100001a to an IPPP host.


Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Visual Studio plugin
Web Widget
Simulator 9550 Storm v5.0.0.469

I have some problem trying to make a working Push sample.
I've got the client widget running in the simulator.
I'm running the server java sample (found at http://www.blackberry.com/go/pushwidgetsample) to send the push request. Client and server are on the same machine.
I changed the default PIN used in the server sample from 2100000A to 2100001A since this is my simulator PIN. When a try to send a push using 2100001A, the command console display this error:
Sending to http://localhost:28080/push?DESTINATION=2100001A&PORT=100&REQUESTURI=localhost
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 403 for URL: http://localhost:28080/push?DESTINATION=2100001A&PORT=100&REQUESTURI=localhost

And if I try the specified url into a web browser i get:
HTTP Status 403 - could not map device 2100001a to an IPPP host.

As suggested somewhere, I did navigate to www.google.com or www.rim.com a couple of times prior to send the push(to register with the MDS), but this doesn't help.

I did uncomment the line push.application.reliable.ports=100 in C:\Program Files (x86)\Research In Motion\BlackBerry Widget Packager\mds\config\rimpublic.property.

http://localhost:28080/admin/common/Home shows
Build number  :     26
Build version  :
Build Date      :     2008/02/06

In http://localhost:28080/admin/statistics/Statistics, the "Push connections" doesn't increment.


If I try to push to the default PIN 2100000A i get:

Sending to http://localhost:28080/push?DESTINATION=2100000a&PORT=100&REQUESTURI=
Response: Content Length: 0

which seems to indicate success("Push connections" does increment in Statistics page), but no response since nobody listen on this PIN.


So why I can't push to 2100001A ?
Or is there a way to fix the PIN of my simulator to "2100000A" ?

Posts: 21
Registered: ‎02-03-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Web Widget Push -> HTTP Status 403 - could not map device 2100001a to an IPPP host.

What additional info could I provide for this issue ?

I'm really stuck with this one...

Posts: 1,382
Registered: ‎07-02-2009
My Device: BlackBerry Bold 9900
My Carrier: Bell

Re: Web Widget Push -> HTTP Status 403 - could not map device 2100001a to an IPPP host.



Have you had any success pushing to an email address instead of a PIN?


Open the rimpublic.property file associated with the MDS-CS simulator you are using (can be found within the MDS\config folder of the BlackBerry Web Plug-in install folder) and verify what values are found in the [Simulator] section?  It may look something like this:



#[CDK_MODIFICATIONS for Running Multiple Simulators]
# Each simulator instance must have a unique IPPP port assignment
# ie. Simulator fledge.exe command lines must have: 
#	 /ignore-data-port-conflicts /app-param=IPPPSourcePort: <port>


Check to ensure the PIN / Email combination in rimpublic.property match what you are using in your push sample.





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Posts: 21
Registered: ‎02-03-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Re: Web Widget Push -> HTTP Status 403 - could not map device 2100001a to an IPPP host.

I did change the first line to:



and it's now working perfectly. Thanks a lot!


Just wondering, why the default pin used by the simulator and the mds would not match with a default installation of Widget Plugin for VS 2008 ? Does everyone using the Widget plugin has to do this in order to perform a push in the simulator ??