SIP Sorcery HTML client now available

A no frills rudimentary HTML/AJAX site is now available at:

https://www.sipsorcery.com/ajax

It has all the functionality of the Silverlight client except for the console messages.

A new feature available on the HTML site is a forgotten password page to allow people to reset their password. I’ll get around to adding that to the Silverlight client at some stage as well. A direct link to the forgotten password page is:

https://www.sipsorcery.com/ajax/Account/ForgottenPassword

The new site is hot off the press so there may be bugs. If you encounter any please let me know by posting in the forums at:

http://forum.sipsorcery.com/viewforum.php?f=7

  1. xur17’s avatar

    Thanks! I hated having to boot into windows just to change a setting.

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  2. Justin’s avatar

    wonderful 🙂
    great work!

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  3. MrChris’s avatar

    Finlay a client that I can access from my IPhone.

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  4. The Chosen One’s avatar

    I know that the console is accessible via telnet or SSH. couldn’t you include a javascript telnet client (or ssh client, if that’s what it needs) in order to view console messages?

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    1. sipsorcery’s avatar

      Yes I could do it but it would mean writing more javascript (which I hate) and I’m still recovering from doing the AJAX web site.

      Incidentally console messages are only available via SSH or HTTP and not Telnet. If you’re keen to get notifications via HTTP you could always take a look at http://sipsorcery.wordpress.com/2010/02/22/retrieving-sipsorcery-notifications/.

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    2. Ian Grant’s avatar

      Is the SSH interface working? Whenever I try to connect, I get immediately disconnected, with, e.g.: ‘Received disconnect from 69.59.142.213: 33554432:’

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      1. sipsorcery’s avatar

        Yes it’s working. Could you posibly have some connections to it already open? Each IP address is limited to two connections and any additional attempts will get a response like the one you’ve described.

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        1. Ian Grant’s avatar

          Two connections per IP for the SSH server or everything (web site, SIP service, etc.)?
          I actually SSHed to another machine first and so there shouldn’t be (aren’t) any other connections. Tried it via a German ISP, a German university and a British university. All the same.

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