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Cisco Bug: CSCup33158 - [Edge] Android improperly appending domain name to HTTP TFTP Requests

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Sep 19, 2014

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  • Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator

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[Edge] Android improperly appending domain name to HTTP TFTP Requests

Jabber for Android client 9.6.1 improperly appends the domain name to the HTTP TFTP Requests for the device configuration files. 

If the Expressway-C cannot resolve the fqdn created by the client then a 502 Server Not Found error is returned by the Expressway-C, and the Jabber client cannot log in.

Similar issues were fixed the UDS requests, but the tftp requests are still affected.

Configration: System->server->TFTP node as hostname and no default domain name configration
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