RfHTML5 Error “Citrix Receiver cannot connect to the server” from external connection

  1. Under Citrix Policy, go to Policy
  2. In the middle pane, under Policies, modify an existing policy or create a new policy for external connections.
  3. In the right pane, click Actions > Edit Policy
  4. Edit Unfiltered window will appear, then type websock and hit Enter.
  5. Select WebSock trusted origin server list
  6. Enter the External URL //this is to allow external URL as a trusted URL
  7. Click OK

NOTE:

For internal connections, the policy for the web sockets is as follows :

Web Socket Connects – Allowed

Web Socket Port number – Default 8008

Web sockets trusted origin server – default *

The policy is assigned to all objects in the site.


WebSockets trusted origin server list

This setting provides a comma-separated list of trusted origin servers, usually Receiver for Web, expressed as URLs. Only WebSockets connections originating from one of these addresses is accepted by the server.

By default, the wildcard * is used to trust all Receiver for Web URLs.

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I am working on IBM Watson’s Speech-to-Text (Websockets). I want to use a microphone which takes my audio input in chunks and as soon as a chunk of audio is recieved it is converted into text using websockets just like that happens in Google voice search.

Here is a code that i found. This code does so what i want but it takes pre-recorded audio files which is not my requirment.
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Can anybody please help me to achieve my required goal? Is there anybody who can provide some code sample of what i am willing to do? or can tell me how should i edit the above code so that it fulfills my requirement?

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i have setup a was9 environment with java 8 for supporting a websockets application ( using cometd)

the applications works when i use the direct port of the application server ( port 9082)

but when i use IIS + plugin it returns a http code of 400.

i have installed websockets support into IIS but that didnt solved the question.

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1. In reading the [STT WebSocket API reference][1], I see a response value called `result_index`. This value seems to effectively indicate the number of `final: true` results that were returned. Is that a correct way of interpreting this value? Basically, once a result array containing `final: true` is returned, we’ll never see a `result_index` with that same value for the duration of the WebSocket connection, correct?

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[1]: https://www.ibm.com/watson/developercloud/speech-to-text/api/v1/#recognize_sessionless_nonmp12

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