Web site moved and Silverlight client updated to version 4

The sipsorcery web site has been moved to a new host and DNS updated. The old site which is hosted on the Windows Azure cloud is still running but I will be shutting it down in a day or two once the DNS entry has had time to fully propagate. In addition the sipsorcery Silverlight client has been updated to Silverlight version 4 which means unless you’ve already updated the Silverlight plugin you will get prompted to do so next time you visit the sipsorcery web site. The update should be completely painless and take less than a minute.

These two changes are not related to yesterday’s IP address dramas or the future move to a new host for the sipsorcery SIP servers. They are related to some work I have been doing on a new product for sipsorcery and also the relatively high running costs of Windows Azure.

Apart from the Silverlight update there should be no impact to people from these two changes.

Update: The issue with the new account confirmations page failing has now been fixed.

  1. Bruce’s avatar

    Some of my sip devices are no longer able to register with Sipsorcery. No change on my end…..?

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    1. sipsorcery’s avatar

      It’s most likely DNS related. Make sure you are using sipsorcery.com as the server address and then do a check from you PC to see what that address resolves to by doing “ping sipsorcery.com”. If the IP address doesn’t come up as 184.73.243.48 then something has gone wrong.

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    2. Bruce’s avatar

      Resolves to 184.73.243.48, but still fails to register. It even fails when that IP address is used instead of sipsorcery.com.

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    3. Bruce’s avatar

      Sipsorcery.com resolves to 184.73.243.48, but that address is unreachable for some reason.

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    4. Bruce’s avatar

      Problem resolved. New IP address was blocked by ISP; former spammer.

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      1. sipsorcery’s avatar

        Which is becoming an increasing problem with operating from Amazon’s EC2. The move to a new hosting provider is now imminent.

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      2. SS’s avatar

        Your email confirmation links don’t work. When a new user signs up and an email confirmation is sent out the server replies with a 404 msg.

        http://www.sipsorcery.com/customer/confirm/50ccf219-fd39-43a3-a48a-efd178047fb9

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      3. Bob Steel’s avatar

        The email verify process is broken – the confirmation email link leads to a 404 page.

        Thank you!

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      4. sipsorcery’s avatar

        I had this nagging thought in the back of my mind that I’d forgotten to test some part of the web site move, now I know what it was. I’ll get started on fixing that and in the meantime all pending accounts have been manually activated.

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