We have IM&P version 9.1.2 and latest version of Jabber on iPhone & Android.
We have wireless enabled network. When we connecting Jabber from Android or iPhone it says "cannot comunicate to the server".
When we connect laptop with wireless & run jabber its working there. But its not working from Android or iPhone devices.
Attached are the logs, can any body advise what is the problem ?
Wireless is configured with multiple secure policies, i believe this is policy issue that is blocking Jabber client to coordinate with Server.
Can any body confirm the same please ? so that i can share the findings with security team
Did you create the devices in cucm?
theres a walk through but you'll have a device starting with bot for android and
Tct for iphone
Hello i just downgraded my jabber version from 10 to version 9.6
and now i am getting error "The username or password is invalid, or the user account is inactive"
I have already verified the Android device is associated with end user & i am using correct username password.
Attached are the logs can some one advise please ?
I m trying to login from BOTAJEESH username
do you have a policy blocking DNS?
according to your logs it looks like some of the SRV records are failing.
specifically _cuplogin._tcp and _cisco-uds._tcp
Do you mean policy on wifi ? I have verified from wireless team & they confirmed there is no policy defined in wireless.
Is there any way to verify this ?
Just to inform you that we have single IM&P server & redundant DNS Servers in our environment.
IM&P is defined as hostname under System-> Clustertopology page
Android might not work with hostname due to the following reason: https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=8030
Can you try to modify the hostname into IP address under cluster topology. Or can configure FQDN along with DNS SRV to reach the FQDN. In the logs can see SRV record failing.