I just deployed the VCS 8.1 ova for the Expressway-C and Expressway-E about the demo of VPN-less Jabber. It is successful for me to configure the Expressway-C and the Expressway-E, but I don't know how can I work on the jabber on the outside.
How to identify the internal and the external domains
My Expressway-C, CUCM, Presence server domain is: company.local
My Expressway-E with dual networks domain is: company.com
As the outside Jabber, then I should type the <username>@company.local OR <username>@company.com? Where's the translations? The outside Jabber will lookup the internal DNS SRV records 1st, then lookup the external DNS SRV record? jabber-config.xml to control that? (XML: <Policies><RemoteAccess>ON</RemoteAccess></Policies>)
Actually: I just want to the jabber reg. to the CUCM, because that is the free.
I added the DNS SRV record on the external domain "_collab-edge._tls.compan.com". How can the outside Jabber cannot reach the internal DNS SRV records, then reach the collab_edge DNS SRV record?
Then the edge will find the zone cline and go to the Expressway-C to CUCM?
It happened to me when I was setting up Edge; you have to change the default SIP port on the neighbor zone that is pointing to the CUCM to something else, then change the SIP Trunk Security Profile port on the CUCM to match it (You will need to Copy de default one in order to save it after making the changes).
On the Neighbor Zone I changed the SIP port from 5060 to 5660 and then changed it on the SIP Trunk Security Profile; there is no need to change the SIP Trunk port (just a reset) since it only affects inboud connections towards the CUCM; after you do that, Jabber will get Phone Services.
Your Jabber ID is defined within CUCM and CUPS and typically this would be the same as your e-mail address. Following the standard SIP URI = MAIL. You would log into Jabber with your primary SIP URI as it is synchronized from LDAP. Typically this directory setting is "mail".
_collab-edge._tls should only be resolvable by your Jabber clients outside of the network. Inside of the network the Jabber client should only resolve _cisco-uds._tcp.
All of your server DNS structure can be different than your primary SMTP. However, your certificates will all need to be valid regardless of name. Your CA must be able to issue certificates for .local.
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