Hi, this is a new deployment BE6K running 9.1 CUCM & IM&P. Client is the latest 9.6.0 (17088)
We are building this off site and have laptops in the lab with no domain controller. We have Jabber integrated in Softphone mode (works), deskphone mode (works), VM (works), Outlook MAPI (works), Presence (works). We cannot search the UDS however. The client downloads the jabber-config.xml from the TFTP fine as we can see changes we make in the source file taking effect on the client after a reboot. The connection status under directory says :-
Status : Last connection not successful
Protocol : LDAP
Reason : Connection Error
Address : 10.95.104.204
Error : Cannot contact the server
The firewall has been disabled on the laptops and this is happening on two laptops (win 7 & xp)
The CCMCIP profile has the IP of our CUCM hardcoded as the Primary & Backup CCMCIP host (its a one server deployment).
When I use the browser to view the xml file from teh TFTP server the file is returned in the browser but only the options I specify, not the actual elemnet names (ie there is no "<Directory>" shown in the results, only the actual IP of the directory I specified)
I have even taken the trouble to hardcode the username & password to exclude any privilage issues.
The attached is our xml file and this is created in notepad and saved as 'encoding - UTF-8', then uploaded to the TFTP server root, then the TFTP is restarted.
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