Cisco Bug: CSCul15900 - Value of homeCluster should be FQDN in response to clusterUser request
Nov 19, 2020
- Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)
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Symptom: In the response from server, the value of homeCluster is an IP address of server. This should be FQDN. Due to the IP address value, Jabber windows client prompts user for the certificate presented by server even though the certificates are already imported in Trusted Root Certification Authorities store on user's machine. Conditions: Send a request to CUCM UDS for a cluster user on a system running CUCM 9.1(2). Newer versions of CUCM , i.e. 10.0(1) and up are not affected (although CUCM still needs to have DNS configured in the following order): 1. set network dns primary x.x.x.x 2. set network domain example.com (automatic reboot will finalize the configuration) If DNS domain is set prior to adding a DNS server, more than 1 reboot will be necessary before FQDN is seen in UDS responses.
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