We are testing out the jabber for Windows client and the only way that we can get it to connect is by forcing the H323 protocol (ie:H323:email@example.com) and initiating from the SX20. When we do this, we can only see and hear what is going on at the SX20 and the SX20 shows no audio / video from the Jabber client.
We we try to connect directly to the SX20, it says that the device is offline.
Is the jabber client able to support audio and video over H323 ?
In order for this to happen you would either need to register your SX20 to a SIP provided service like Cisco Webex Telepresence or obtain and configure your own VCSe and register your SX20 against that. The VCSe would then require to have a SIP SRV DNS record setup. You may also need a valid cert installed on the VCSe from here:
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