You must have an active demonstration and be connected to the Cisco dCloud UI through Cisco AnyConnect to perform this activity. See the Cisco AnyConnect help page for more information.
Install and configure Cisco Jabber for iPhone/iPad on your Apple device
- From your Apple iPhone or iPad, go to the App Store and download the latest version of Cisco Jabber for iPhone/iPad.
- Launch the application by tapping the icon.
- Enter the user ID as shown below. Note, the user name will change based on the user the device is assigned to. Be sure to verify the login information from the Preconfigured Users table in the demonstration script.
The images below are captured from an Apple iPhone, but the instructions for the Apple iPad will be the same.
- Tap Continue and choose CUCM IM & Presence on the following screen.
- Enter the username, password, and Cisco Presence server address as shown in figure below. Accept any security or certificate SSL warnings and click continue.
- Tap Sign In to continue.
- If sign in is successful you should see your contact list as shown in figure below.
- Tap the Settings button in the top left corner of the Cisco Jabber window. Scroll down to Accounts and ensure that Instant Messaging, Phone Services, and WebEx Meeting all have check marks next to them. This means they are provisioned and connected correctly.
- Tap any available contact for Instant Messaging, an audio or video call, or WebEx Meeting as shown in figure below, to ensure it is working properly.
Troubleshooting connection issues
If you are having issues connecting to the Cisco Presence Server (CUP1.dcloud.cisco.com) or Call Manager/Phone Services (CUCM1.dcloud.cisco.com), follow the steps below to resolve the issue.
- Connect to the Cisco dCloud VPN using the Cisco AnyConnect client. [Show Me How]
- Open a web browser and attempt to navigate to CUCM1.dcloud.cisco.com and CUP1.dcloud.cisco.com.
- If you are not able to connect to above URLs, disconnect the VPN and reconnect again.
- Once you are able to navigate to the URLs in step 2, launch Cisco Jabber for iPhone/iPad and login to retry the Collaboration services.