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DNS (Domain Name System) is one of the most important technologies/services on the internet, as without it the Internet would be very difficult to use.
DNS provides a name to number (IP address) mapping or translation, allowing internet users to use, easy to remember names, and not numbers to access resources on a network and the Internet.
(Microsoft Lync 2010 Phone Edition) 200 0 0 36 2011-01-23 192.168.103.23 POST /Request Handler/– 443 – 192.168.103.105 Microsoft UCPhone Device (lcs_se_w14_main:824410/10/:00) 200 0 -01-23 192.168.103.23 POST /locationinformation/liservice.svc/Web Ticket_Bearer – 443 – 192.168.103.105 The Device Update Update server logs can also be used, which show even more detail.
But unless a device ‘checks-in’ for an update nothing will appear in these logs so starting with the IIS logs is a good troubleshooting habit.
The large majority of Aries devices in existence today will have at least the Release Candidate version (4.0.7457), if not already at RTM. While waiting the IIS server logs on the Lync Server can be viewed to see what the phone is up to, as well as keep an eye out for the update version check.
There are two different logs which will contain device request details, the IIS logs and the Lync Device Update logs.
These packages unfortunately are all identically named as so be careful when downloading more than one at a time.
Additionally Microsoft plans to release new versions of the Lync Phone Edition client quarterly as Cumulative Updates (CU).
So there are now three separate packages which can be downloaded: one for the original Tanjay devices, a second for Polycom’s Aries devices, and a third for Aastra’s Aries devices.
Just last week CU1 was released and CU2 is slated for release in Q2 2011.
These are not service pack type updates but are instead the full client repackaged as a single firmware.
Within the log two distinct entries should be seen for the specific CX500 device which was updated.
The first line shows the device on it’s original 7457 build asking for the internal and external URLs to download an approved update from.
After some time has passed and sufficient testing has been completed in the environment then each of the supported device updates should be approved so any device can be updated automatically.