How can I resolve the "Parameter [deliveryMode.address] value is invalid" error when creating a webhook?
Parameter [deliveryMode.address] value is invalid error indicates that RingCentral cannot connect to the webhook URL properly. This can be for a number of reasons including timeout, invalid response, or SSL/TLS failure. The webhook URL must return within 1 second and respond with a 200 status code. When creating a webhook, the URL must return the
Validation-Token response header using the value that was sent in the
Vaidation-Token request header. Common TLS issues can include: TLS isn't enabled, TLS does not chain to a trusted CA certificate, TLS certificate chain is missing, TLS algorithm mismatch, etc.
How can I verify if SSL/TLS is configured properly for my webhook?
There are a number of requirements for SSL/TLS to work properly including that it must be enabled on web service, must have a certificate that chains to a trusted CA certificate, must use supported algorithms, etc. To test your site, use the SSL Shopper SSL Checker service at: https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html.
What does error SUB-525, "WebHook server response is invalid", mean?
This error means that there is a problemw ith your WebHook server URL. It must meet the requirements stated in the Developer Guide for Webhooks.
What are verification token and validation token for RingCentral WebHook?
To subscribe, the webhook URL must return a
Validation-Token header when it is presented with one. When webhook subscription is created, it sends a request with validation-token in headers to webhook address. Webhook address should return a success request with validation-token in headers to finish webhook registration. If the server doesn't return validation-token the subscription creation will fail with 'WebHook is not reachable'.
When you create a new WebHook subscription, you can specify a verification token and keep a copy. Verification-Token is included in the notification messages, you can compare it with your own copy to make sure that the notificaiton is indeed from the WebHook subscription you created.
What are the requirements for RingCentral WebHook URI?
The webhook URL service must meet the following requirements:
- is available on the Internet
- has a TLS / SSL enabled*
- can respond within 1000 milliseconds with 200 OK
- will respond with Validation-Token header on subscription