I have a new installation of Expressway C and E - version 8.8.2.
Jabber users have no problem logging in locally but when trying to login through MRA the Event Log in Expressway C message is- I replaced username and domain.
"edgeconfigprovisioning: Level="WARN" Service="ECS" Detail="Request failed" User="('username', 'USER')" Reason="Unable to determine home CUCM" Reason="No UDS servers configured" UTCTime="2016-11-20 14:35:30,113"
edgeconfigprovisioning: Level="WARN" Service="ECS" Detail="Request failed" User="('username', 'USER@DOMAIN.COM')" Reason="Unable to determine home CUCM" Reason="No UDS servers configured" UTCTime="2016-11-20 14:35:30,402"
This is a single NIC expressway e configuration. The Zone between the C and E are active. In CUCM all of the servers and UC Service servers are configured with the hostname.domainname and not IP. Forward and reverse lookups in DNS are configured. The SSH tunnel status in Expressway C is active.
Yes to all of your question. Jabber works internally without any problems, and after changing the servers IP's in CUCM to hostnames in "Servers" as well as changing the IP to host names in UC service I refreshed CUCM and IMP in Expressway C to reflect the hostname.
I think it can be an issue with your userid you are using for login.
When you login internally, jabber can access active directory and can resolve to correct user. For e.g. consider the scenario, in your AD you have a user John Citizen with the email as email@example.com and userid as jcitizen.
When you login internally with "firstname.lastname@example.org" it will resolve this SIP address to "jcitizen" via AD and login works fine, however when you login via UDS the userid is "jcitizen" and hence when you try to login as "john.citizen" via MRA it doesn't works. It only works if the user first login internally and then move to MRA. Any new login request won't work.
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