I am setting up a lab which has the below
I am able to login to Jabber internally fine and make calls but when trying to login externally I am getting a message from the client, "You cannot login outside corporate network. Contact your admin"
When I look at the Expressway-E the error I get when trying to login is
httpd: web: Event="Security Alert" Src-ip="126.96.36.199" Src-port="34946" Detail="Possible Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attempt detected." UTCTime="2017-01-17 15:41:33"
Has anyone else experienced this & know of a fix?
I don't believe that is related to MRA, have you made sure all of the MRA configuration is configured as per the guides?
do you see any MRA related logs in the EXP-C?
OK, were those EXP-C/E freshly deployed for MRA?? or where they used for something before?
Any warnings on either server??
I just deployed version 8.9. I can sign in, but, sometimes, when I sign out, I get that message. Then I can let a few minutes pass and I sign in successfully. Never seen this error before.
I still have this same issue, I suspect this may have something to do with the VCS firmware level?
What version is everyone running who is experiencing this issue?
I am also facing the same issue. When I login from the jabber from outside, it takes me to the Certificate page but after clicking on.Continue it replies :
Cannot communicate outside the corporate network.
All the configuration are verified they are fine.
Vcse is 8.9.2
I don't understand where is the problem.
Please help guys with a solutions
Thank you for your support I advance
Are you 100% sure your expressway e certificate is a SAN certificate and has all the needed names in the alternative name section? It must contain the domain as an alternative name. That's the only difference between a deployment that had this issue and the deployment, I did after, that didn't.
Look at page 10 and 11 from this document, it explains what needs to be added as alternate names and provides a picture on how to fill out a CSR for it to be signed.
You specifically request a SAN certificate from your third party CA. I recommend DigiCert, I have very little issues with them.
Yes. The expressway e requires a 3rd party certificate. Everything else can be signed by an internal CA, but the E server needs a 3rd party cert to work correctly.
Today when I check in the event logs, I am getting below response :
edgeconfigprovisioning: Level="WARN" Service="ECS" Detail="Request failed" User="('username', 'gulf123')" Reason="Unable to determine home CUCM" Reason="UDS not available" UTCTime="2017-05-28 10:40:30,069
edgeconfigprovisioning: Level="WARN" Service="UDSManager" Detail="UDS lookup" Server="cucmadmin.gulfsls.com" Deployment="1" Reason="Reason="UC node not found" Name="cucmadmin.gulfsls.com"" UTCTime="2017-05-28 10:40:30,360"
Can anyone help what is this, and why it is giving this error??
I need to make Jabber work by tomorrow. please help.