How to Add/Modify SOAP/XML ClientsAdded by IBM on November 30, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|This procedure describes how to add Client Profiles to the system or modify available ones.
This procedure describes how to add Client Profiles to the system or modify available ones.
Adequate administrative permissions
Parent topic: SOAP/XML Client Management
- Navigate to Telephony Control Server -> Administration -> General Settings -> SOAP/XML Client.
- The List Clients view opens, displaying all Client Profiles available in the system.
- The following options are available:
Click Add to create a new Client Profile.
Select an existing Client Profile from the List Clients and click Edit.
- The Add SOAP/XML Client or, respectively, the Modify SOAP/XML Client dialog opens.
- On the General tab, enter or modify the required configuration data, add or modify BGs and CAC Groups as required, and click OK. The following parameters can be specified:
IP Address (entry field)
Enter the IP address of the client. This is the IP address of the SOAP client where the SOAP/XML request has originated. The address must be in the range of trusted IPs configured on the switch. (mandatory field)
Enable this checkbox to activate TLS for the client. This is needed to protect the access to the SOAP/XML methods from a non TLS port.
Possible values are enabled and disabled (default, no TLS).
Access (dropdown list)
Configure the Access Mode settings by selecting the corresponding value from the dropdown list. Possible values are Active (Normal) and Blocked.
Displays the roles that can be assigned to a Client Profile. It is possible to assign more than one role to a Client Profile.
To assign roles to a Client Profile, check the corresponding checkboxes and click OK.
The following roles can be assigned:
- Super Administrator
- System Administrator
- Network Administrator
- BG Administrator
- CAC Administrator
- Calea Administrator
- Executive Assistant Administrator
- A corresponding notification is displayed, e.g. "Client profile ’<IP address>’ was successfully created."