Lync Error Code 504
Please don’t contact your support team with this information! Leave a comment | Trackback Logging In... But it works when i put the internel ip ( FE ip ) Monday, February 18, 2013 8:12 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Here are useful Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... check over here
Similarly if he rings out to someone and they click on the connect icon nothing happens. Thanks. Filed under Lync About Mikeowner of blog Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Josh Tuesday, March 05, 2013 2:33 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Joe, I'm having the same issue. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/lync/en-US/137ba5cc-7f1f-4fe5-8689-888266383f54/external-access-error-code-504?forum=lyncinterop
Reference Error Id 504 Source Id 239 Lync 2013
When i test remote connectivity for lync 2013 i get this error fromhttps://www.testexchangeconnectivity.com/ Couldn't sign in. There have been 137 failures in the last 1056 minutes. February 16th, 2012 | Tags: Lync Mobility Client Tweet TechNet forums, blogs and tech news sites are ablaze with plenty of Lync Mobility related tips and news. Is this a reproducible fault, and does it happen only from your account, or from all accounts?
Posted by Joseph Palarchio at 1:30 AM Tagged with: Best Practices, Federation, Microsoft Lync 2010, Microsoft OCS 2007 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Name (required) Email (required) URI Your Comment You Randy Wintle May 1, 2012 You should be using public name space for your external edge interface. Connectivity - ensure port 5061 is open (this will already be open if you have an already established Edge Server). Test-csfederatedpartner Let me know how you get on! - G. Reply to this comment B 1st February, 2012 at 19:19 Thank you Greig, I enabled logging in the clients and found this
Your blog is a tremendous help for all of my Lync deployments. Manual configuration for the clien from external shoud be sip.contoso.com:443 for the address of your edge Access IPregards Holger Technical Specialist UC Friday, February 15, 2013 3:31 PM Reply | Quote We can successfully run the ‘Get-FederatedPartner' command but the ‘Test-CsMcxPushNotification' command fails with ‘A 504 (server time-out)'. Look for wrong or mis-configured DNS or NAT in the Topology. 5) Check ALL the certificates in the chain between you and the other end.
Response Code: 504. Skype For Business Ive verfied its not a connectivity issue to sip.online.lync.com, our certs & SRV record are fine and the URL filtering policy is correct as well. The error message Your message could not be sent (Error - failed to execute your last action (100)) will be received on the BlackBerry smartphone.Users are unable to send messages from Bookmark the permalink. ← Lync Mobility Server Side BitsAvailable Lync Phone Edition: Connection to Microsoft Exchange isunavailable → 4 Responses to Push Notification Fails with a 504 Server TimeOut Steve says:
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To access Windows Event Logs on the OCS 2007 R2 logs on the Microsoft OCS 2007 R2 server, follow these steps: Log in to the Microsoft OCS 2007 R2.Click Start > check my blog The call is initiated: we send an INVITE to the carrier, receive a TRYING back from them, followed by a 401 UNAUTHORIZED. I have a route like this (route -p) Network address : FE range 10.122.4.0 Netmask 255.XXX.XXX.0 Gateway : edge internal ip gateway 172.XXX.XXX.1 I can ping the edge from the FE. thanks. 1034;reason="previous Hop Federated Peer Did Not Report Diagnostic Information
Perhaps the Mediation server or the SBA is dead? 2) Your PSTN Gateway is dead. 3) Mediation and your PSTN Gateway are UP, but the PSTN/ISDN trunk is dead. [TBC] "Call Try your call again later.” error when I make a call to a land line from Lync (not Lync to Lync), but I do receive calls from land lines. Totally locked Wednesday, February 20, 2013 10:38 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote ok it's solved. this content Wait and then try again.
I work with enterprises large and small to deploy unified communications solutions. G. Is it TO a given destination, or all destinations?
Would redoing the entire federation commands for push fix this issue?
After reviewing the logs on my edge server with "Snooper", I could see where TLS failures were causing the error; this had me thinking I was probably looking at a certificate Reply to this comment bileps 22nd March, 2012 at 00:17 Greig, Could you give me any tip to solve this? After updating the UCMARedist.msp file, a prompt is received that requires a restart of the Server in order for the configuration changes to take effect: Note: You must restart your system for the configuration Opinions and content posted here are my own and are in no way reflective of my employer.Follow my advice at your own risk - there are no warranties provided here. /Home
Randy Wintle February 8, 2012 Did you recently put that DNS record in, or was it already there? Trying again later won’t help if you’re trying to reach a travelling user and the WAN is congested or artificially “CAC-blocked” to force inter-site calls via the PSTN. SPF ending "all" wordexplained → Lync Federation 504error June 5, 2013 Leave a comment I was unable to federate a Lync installation. have a peek at these guys When you are testing push notifications, Test-CSMCXPushNotification is the cmdlet to use.
Friday, February 15, 2013 4:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote i get this when i upload log files in snooper: 02/14/2013|11:29:17.921 FCC:50C INFO :: Sending Packet - The Tenor reported “SIP/2.0 503 Service Unavailable” back to Lync when it gave up). “Call was not completed or has ended.” “When contacting your support team, reference error ID 500 (source Ameer May 9, 2012 Hi Randy, i did not understand you correctly, what i have is an Edge server configured with FQDN "LyncEdge.contoso.local", and Active Directory domain is contoso.local, public domain Adam [I'm a UC Blog] View February 17, 2012 Hi Luke, Have you cross-checked your configuration with this article here - Adam Lync Server Mobility Troubleshooting Tips « msunified.net View March
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Pingback: What to do when you get a "504 (Server time-out) response" for Lync mobile push notifications? | I'm a UC Blog Peter March 29, 2012 Excellent post. Perhaps port 3478 and/or the 50k range is blocked, or maybe you have a faulty NAT? “ I had all of my ducks in a line: normalisation, usage, policy and route – but I’d not actually specified a PSTN Gateway on the route! 2) I saw this same No matter what I do I get the 504 errors when testing. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35453 Ok, Routing is ok? Could you check your configuration with this link? For me it's ok. Promary Gateway Shows to the public IP and all lync Server are reachable throug the internal NIC? So, the moral of the story: Don’t turn off the “Default Gateway” in your Topology without selecting a new Default.
I had all of my ducks in a line: normalisation, usage, policy and route – but I’d not actually specified a PSTN Gateway on the route! 2) I saw this same No matter what I do I get the 504 errors when testing. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35453 Ok, Routing is ok? Could you check your configuration with this link?
For me it's ok. Promary Gateway Shows to the public IP and all lync Server are reachable throug the internal NIC? So, the moral of the story: Don’t turn off the “Default Gateway” in your Topology without selecting a new Default.