We are a cisco partner. I would like to federate our presence domain to cisco.com so we can collaborate across jabber. I've got it working to google talk. Are there special requirements to make this work with cisco.com?
Most likely no. I'll keep it to any others saying otherwise.
CUPS XMPP federation Guide with WebEx Connect
We have not. Extremely frustrating. We are getting the exact error as you are with the
Still we are trying to federate with cisco.com but no luck yet. Everything is looks fine. both domain (
my domain and cisco domain) is resolved from outside through XMPP port 5269 . I can talk to gtalk but not cisco.com.
I'm not positive that WebEx Messenger (which Cisco.com uses, not on-prem) supports DNS dialback. If memory serves you need to set TLS Optional and *uncheck* "Require client-side security certificates" on CUPS. I spent a few minutes hunting but cannot find documentation to backup the lack of dialback support; treat this as a hunch.
Also, your CA-signed certificate:
The problem we had was that our domain i.e."company.com" was registered as a web-ex connect domain. In other words, it was being hosted by cisco webex. In order to correct the problem, I had to open a trouble ticket with webex connect and they had to do something to flush our domain from their system. They told me that it would require a change-control on their end and implied that it was "major". Once they made their correction, we were able to federate our on-prem CUP server to cisco.com.