Debian, Provisioning: https works well, but http dosnt.

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  1. KultGrazer

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    Hallo.

    I use Cisco Phones and want to provisioning my phones via http-url witch is shown in my Management-Console:


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    But if i try to open the url same url with http and port 5000, including the MAC-Adress of my phone instat of $MA, i get this message: 403 Forbidden - nginx
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    If i try the same with https an the 5001 port, its shows the provisining-file correct.
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    any ideas?

    PS: My Phones dose not support SSL, thats why i need to work with the http-url

    System: Debian (3CX Image without Changes)
    Version: 15.5.5
     
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  2. KultGrazer

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    3cxManagementConsole.log locks like:
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    ------------|Inf(00)|  Date: 19.06.17 15:15:18
    2017/06/19 15:15:18.878|590|0001|Inf|Log is created
    2017/06/19 15:15:19.995|590|0004|Trc|3CXPhoneSystem Management Console Version 15.5.1694.0
    2017/06/19 15:15:19.995|590|0004|Trc|Log will report only warnings and errors
    2017/06/19 15:15:20.049|590|0001|Inf|ClientManager is started
    2017/06/19 20:48:52.684|590|0015|Inf|PRV: Starting to initialize...
    2017/06/19 20:48:52.697|590|0015|Inf|PRV: 19 provisioning files successfully initialized
    2017/06/19 20:48:52.699|590|0015|Inf|PRV: Requested file '/provisioning/12345678ab/708100000000.xml' will be generated
    2017/06/19 20:59:32.985|590|0022|Inf|PRV: Requested file '/provisioning/12345678ab/708100000000.xml' will be generated
    2017/06/19 21:23:53.707|590|0015|Inf|PRV: Requested file '/provisioning/12345678ab/708100000000.xml' will be generated
    it only generates files when you open the https url!
     
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  4. andreaschr

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    Hi KultGrazer,

    Access from http is only available for local lan for security purposes.
    Https is available for local and remote access.
     
  5. KultGrazer

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    Thanke you very much! Thats the Point!
     
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