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Old 08-28-2007, 08:16 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi,
i'm new to BES administration.

We recently upgraded BES from 4.0 to 4.1.

When i try to do the MDS activation, it hangs at 33% processing policies.

MDS connection service is running on port 8301
MDS service is running on port 7080

here is a part of the MDS log
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[INFO ][2007-08-28 14:47:52,004][SystemConnectorImpl]Control Centre Wiclet Sent to device: 674122521 uri: rim.net/mds/controlcentre?1.1.0 version: 1.1.0
[ERROR][2007-08-28 14:47:52,020][OutProcessor]Processor | Failed to push message to device. | DevicePIN=XXXXXXXX; AppName=systemmessages; MsgType=ACK; MsgID=1081; AckStatus=NACK; BundleStartID=1009; BundleEndID=1051; BundleSize=25; Status=HTTP/1.1 403 /pap; Exception=MDS Connection Service returned an invalid response.;
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What's your BES version? I believe prior 4.1 sp2, BES is hard-coded MDSS to use MDS-CS on port 8080. Try upgrading your BES to latest sp.
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Try this link - BlackBerry Search Results - and restart MDSS & MDS-CS and see how it goes. Good luck.
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What's your BES version? I believe prior 4.1 sp2, BES is hard-coded MDSS to use MDS-CS on port 8080. Try upgrading your BES to latest sp.
BES version 4.1.4.12
MDS service version 1.1.2.15
connection service version 4.1.4.17
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Try this link - BlackBerry Search Results - and restart MDSS & MDS-CS and see how it goes. Good luck.
thanks for the link but no change
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I was getting the same problem to, but I managed to fix it by changing the web server listen port in two locations.

from the BES Manager select your MDS-CS -> Select edit properties -> from the general tab make sure that web server listen port is set to 8080

Then select your MDSS link in the blackberry manager -> edit properties -> select connection service you should have 1 item in there when you modify it make sure the port for you domian is set to 8080 in there as well.

Restart both your MDS-Cs and MDSS and try again.

Both mine were set to port 80

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