Commit 5940c40d authored by Etienne Allovon's avatar Etienne Allovon
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Fix image display for PROVD blog articles

parent 5ffa84ad
......@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ information we were expecting. But what is really happening inside that
"device info extractor" ? Let's see:
[![Device info extraction
details](/public/provd/.provd-dev-info-extraction-details_m.jpg "Device info extraction details, fév. 2012")](/public/provd/provd-dev-info-extraction-details.png "Device info extraction details")
details](/content/public/provd/.provd-dev-info-extraction-details_m.jpg "Device info extraction details, fév. 2012")](/public/provd/provd-dev-info-extraction-details.png "Device info extraction details")
The device info extractor object is in fact only merging results from
two others device info extractor.
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......@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ Let's see in more details what happens in this "device retriever"
object:
[![Device
retriever](/public/provd/.device-retriever_m.jpg "Device retriever, avr. 2012")](/public/provd/device-retriever.png "Device retriever")
retriever](/content/public/provd/.device-retriever_m.jpg "Device retriever, avr. 2012")](/public/provd/device-retriever.png "Device retriever")
The device retriever will ask one at a time the different other device
retrievers until one returns something. In our example, since the provd
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......@@ -70,7 +70,7 @@ And to make thing a bit more clear, here's a high level view of what
happens when an HTTP request is made to the provisioning server:
[![Example HTTP request
flow](/public/provd/.provd-http-request-flow_m.jpg "Example HTTP request flow, avr. 2011")](/public/provd/provd-http-request-flow.png "Example HTTP request flow")
flow](/content/public/provd/.provd-http-request-flow_m.jpg "Example HTTP request flow, avr. 2011")](/public/provd/provd-http-request-flow.png "Example HTTP request flow")
1. An Aastra 6730i using firmware 2.6.0.2019, with MAC
XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX and IP Y.Y.Y.Y, does an HTTP GET request for
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