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Jabber + AnyConnect

Hi there

 

What is the best practice these days for using Jabber when WFH? Do your users just go via a VPN (we use AnyConnect) or do you use split tunneling to route Jabber via Expressway MRA? Keen to understand which is right for my organisation.

 

Many thanks

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Re: Jabber + AnyConnect

Jabber login via expressway mra is best option for WFH users.

This will avoid user for multiple login and also avoid dependancy of VPN .

User can use VPN as an alternate option if there is any outage in DMZ.

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Re: Jabber + AnyConnect

Jabber login via expressway mra is best option for WFH users.

This will avoid user for multiple login and also avoid dependancy of VPN .

User can use VPN as an alternate option if there is any outage in DMZ.

View solution in original post

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Re: Jabber + AnyConnect

Thanks for the reply. Are there any docs to explain this for AnyConnect? The only document I have found is from 2012!

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Re: Jabber + AnyConnect

You will not get anyconnect doc for jabber easily.
Recommended solution for jabber WFH is MRA deployment only .
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Re: Jabber + AnyConnect

Following guide explains how to configure your ASA firewall to split-tunnel Jabber traffic and force it to go through Expressway (MRA).

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/solutions/Enterprise/Borderless_Networks/Unified_Access/BYOD_Design_Guide/BYOD_CollabEdge.html#pgfId-1029370

 

Beside ASA configuration, ensure your DNS configuration is correct as well for Jabber SRV record _collab-edge._tls. Previous sections in the linked document explain that.

 

Hope this can help.

Sylvain.

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