Why is my Jabber not working?

Why is my Jabber not working?

An end user reports that logging in to Cisco Jabber does not work: Ensure that the user account is not locked because of password policies in the LDAP server or Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Check that the end user is using the correct server IP address or hostname.

How do I enable Cisco Self Care Portal?

  1. In Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, select System > Enterprise Parameters.
  2. Step 2 In the Self Care Portal area, set the Self Care Portal Default Server field.
  3. Step 3 Enable or disable the parameters that the users can access in the portal.
  4. Select Save.

How do you reset IMP cluster?

As the issue started once after the one of IMP server restart, Please follow the below procedure to restart IMP servers in future:

  1. Disable HA.
  2. Make sure user assignment is proper with nodes.
  3. Restart Publisher first, wait for service to come up.
  4. Then restart subscriber, wait for services to come up.
  5. Enable HA again.

How do I access Cisco Unified Communications Management Administration?

Step 1 Log in to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration. Step 2 From the Navigation menu in the upper, right corner of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration window, choose Cisco Unified OS Administration and click Go.

What is Cisco Self Care Portal?

The Self Care Portal can be used to manage your telephone settings, including speed dial numbers, ring settings, voicemail notifications, call history, call forwarding and phone contacts. Follow Steps 1 through 4 to access the Self Care Portal, and follow Steps 5 through 8 to manage speed dial numbers using the portal.

How do I access Cucm CLI?

First and foremost, you remotely access the CLI via a secure SSH session to the CUCM. If you do not have remote access to the CUCM via SSH, you can also gain access to the CLI via a locally attached keyboard and monitor.

How do I find my CUCM IP address?

there are two ways to verify the IP settings on your CUCM servers, 1.)…Using The CLI

  1. Set network dns primary x.x.x.x.
  2. Set network dns secondary x.x.x.x.
  3. set network [ip|ipv6] addr x.x.x.x mask x.x.x.x gw x.x.x.x.

Where does Cisco Jabber store settings?

Browse to the Jabber cache folder. This data is found in the following directories: Win 8, 8.1, 10: %userprofile%\AppData\Cisco\Unified Communications\Jabber\CSF\Config\service-location.

Why is my CSF device not working in CUCM?

The CSF device only becomes registered in CUCM is you successfully select it in the Jabber main window. In my experience this sort of thing not working is typically caused by some configuration item being omitted. do you have the CSF device associated to the user as a controller device.

How do I get LFD to ignore CSF?

The first step is to enable IGNORE_ALLOW in csf.conf. The value for IGNORE_ALLOW will appear as “0”, you will need to adjust it to “1” and restart csf and lfd. This will allow lfd to reference csf.ignore.

What happens if I add an IP address to CSF ignore?

If you add an IP address to csf.ignore, the IP address will no longer be checked by lfd and failed login attempts will not trigger temporary denies. Performing a Traceroute from WindowsWorking with Cron Jobs

How do I whitelist an IP address in CSF?

csf -t Displays the current list of temporary allow and deny IP entries with their TTL and comments root@server[~]#csf -t Whitelistingan IP Address In order to prevent specific IP from being blocked, even for a temporary deny, you need to list their IP address in the files csf.ignore and csf.allow.