Hi fellow Cisco Support Community
I have a problem I am trying to work out here. I saw a similar discussion however that fix did not work for me. So right now I have deployed CUPS v7.07 and have integrated it with CUCM v7.1. Everything seems to be working on all the Diagnostics tests I have run so far. Server Health on IM clients seems to be all good.
I have integrated CUPS with LDAP but CUCM is NOT integrated with LDAP which is okay since as I understand it LDAP is used to add and find the contacts for the CUPC.
Status changes work good, calls work etc. When I add a contact or just attempt to IM a contact from the search pane the contact name shows but next to the name is a little gray circle that to me should be green.
I type a message and when I hit enter I get
"John Doe did not recieve your message because it could not be delivered"
Things I have checked
1. Incoming and Outgoing ACL's both set to ALL
2. I was not sure of DNS at the time of deployment so my server name is actually the IP address
3. Under SIP Proxy Domain I have XXXX.local under the federation routing paramters I have CUPS1.XXXX..local- since the name was initially CUPS1
4. I do not have any type of client firewalls running.
A similar post suggested that under the Proxy Domain Field that the user actually just put the FQDN of the server with as in MISD1. but when I try that it does not allow me to.
Any help would be appreciated!
When you have LDAP integrated with one system but not integrated with another system, that's where you usually saw the problem.
When you add contacts to CUPC by LDAP search, it's the sAMAccountName in Active Directory (assuming your LDAP is Active Directory) being used to form the SIP URI.
When you enable a user to use CUP/CUPC from CUCM > System > Licensing > Capability Assignment, it's the CUCM user ID being used to form the SIP URI.
SIP URI is case sensitive. If the user ID in CUCM is jdoe while the sAMAccountName in AD is JDoe, you won't be able to see user's availability presence. Thus you won't be able to send IM.