Integration Guide for Configuring Cisco Unified Presence Release 8.6 for Interdomain Federation
Configuration Workflows for Interdomain Federation
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Configuration Workflows for Interdomain Federation

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Configuration Workflows for Interdomain Federation

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft Lync

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with AOL

Configuration Workflow for XMPP Federation

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS/Lync within an Enterprise

Configuration Workflow for Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for SIP Federation


Configuration Workflows for Interdomain Federation


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Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft Lync

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with AOL

Configuration Workflow for XMPP Federation

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS/Lync within an Enterprise

Configuration Workflow for Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for SIP Federation


Note Only Cisco Unified Presence Release 8.5(2) or later supports interdomain federation with Microsoft Lync. For Cisco Unified Presence Release 8.5(2) or later, any reference to interdomain federation with OCS also includes Microsoft Lync, unless explicitly stated otherwise.


Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS

Configure a federated domain on Cisco Unified Presence for Microsoft OCS federation, see Adding a SIP Federated Domain.

Configure the DNS SRV records, see DNS Configuration for SIP Federation.

Configure the routing on Cisco Unified Presencefor Microsoft OCS federation, see How to Configure the Routing Configuration on Cisco Unified Presence

(Optional) Configure the email address for federation feature, see How To Configure Email Address for Federation.

Configure the TLS security settings on Cisco Unified Presence, see How to Configure the Security Settings on Cisco Unified Presence

Configure the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for Microsoft OCS federation, see Configuring Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for SIP Federation and Configuring the TLS Proxy on Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance.

Configure certificate exchange for Microsoft OCS federation, see Configuring Security Certificates for SIP Federation (with Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance)

Configure the Microsoft OCS server, see Configuring the Foreign Server Components for SIP Federation.

(Optional) Configure a load balancer for redundancy, see Configuring the Load Balancer for Redundancy for SIP Federation

For troubleshooting information on Microsoft OCS federation, see Troubleshooting a SIP Federation Integration

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft Lync

Configure a federated domain on Cisco Unified Presence for Microsoft Lync federation, see Adding a SIP Federated Domain.

Configure the DNS SRV records, see DNS Configuration for SIP Federation.

Configure the routing on Cisco Unified Presence for Microsoft Lync federation, see How to Configure the Routing Configuration on Cisco Unified Presence

(Optional) Configure the email address for federation feature, see How To Configure Email Address for Federation.

Configure the TLS security settings on Cisco Unified Presence, see How to Configure the Security Settings on Cisco Unified Presence

Configure the Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for Microsoft Lync federation, see Configuring Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for SIP Federation and Configuring the TLS Proxy on Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance.

Configure certificate exchange for Microsoft Lync federation, see Configuring Security Certificates on Lync Edge Server for TLS Federation.

Configuration of Lync Server 2010 and Edge Servers for interdomain federation differs from that outlined within this guide for OCS. For information on configuring the Lync enterprise for interdomain federation with Cisco Unified Presence, see Microsoft documentation http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg399048(v=ocs.14).aspx

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with AOL

Establish an AOL license to enable AOL Federation, see License Requirements for AOL Federation, AOL Routing Information Requirements and AOL Provisioning Information Requirements.

Configure federated domains on Cisco Unified Presence for AOL federation, see Adding a SIP Federated Domain.

Configure DNS SRV records, see DNS Configuration for SIP Federation. If you are not using DNS, see the next step).

Configure the routing for AOL federation, see Configuring Static Routes Using TLS.

(Optional) Verify and configure the Default Federation Routing Domain for AOL hosted domains, see How to Configure the Routing Information for AOL Federation.

(Optional) Configure the email address for federation feature, see How To Configure Email Address for Federation.

Configure the TLS security settings and certificates on Cisco Unified Presence, see How to Configure the Security Settings on Cisco Unified Presence and Security Certificate Exchange Between Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and AOL SIP Access Gateway.

Configure Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for AOL, see AOL SIP Access Gateway for information on AOL FQDN, server port, and the public IP address.

(Optional) Configure a load balancer for redundancy, see Configuring the Load Balancer for Redundancy for SIP Federation.

Configuration Workflow for XMPP Federation


Note Follow this workflow for Webex, Cisco Unified Presence, IBM Sametime and GoogleTalk federation.


Configure Cisco Unified Presence for XMPP federation, see Configuring Cisco Unified Presence for XMPP Federation.

Configure security for XMPP federation (not applicable for GoogleTalk), see Configuring Security Certificates for XMPP Federation.

(Optional) Configure the email address for federation feature, see Turning On Email for XMPP Federation and How To Configure Email Address for Federation.

Turn on the XMPP Federation service, see Turning On the XMPP Federation Service.

Configure Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for XMPP federation, see Configuring Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for XMPP Federation.

For troubleshooting information on XMPP federation, see Troubleshooting an XMPP Federation Integration

Configuration Workflow for SIP Federation with Microsoft OCS/Lync within an Enterprise

Configure a federated domain on Cisco Unified Presence for Microsoft OCS federation, see Adding a Microsoft OCS Domain within an Enterprise.

Configure static routes for direct Microsoft OCS/Lync federation, see Configuring Interdomain Federation to Microsoft OCS/Lync within an Enterprise.

(Optional) Configure the TLS security settings and certificates on Cisco Unified Presence, see How to Configure Static Routes Using TLS for Federation with Microsoft OCS Domain.

Configuration Workflow for Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance for SIP Federation

Configure certificates between Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and Cisco Unified Presence (inside interface), see How to Configure Security Certificate Exchange Between Cisco Unified Presence and Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance.

Configure certificates between Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and the federated domain (outside Interface), see How to Configure Security Certificate Exchange Between Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and Microsoft Access Edge (External Interface) Using a Microsoft CA and Security Certificate Exchange Between Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance and AOL SIP Access Gateway.

Configure PAT rules for private to public messaging, see About Port Address Translation (PAT).

Configure static PAT for public to private messaging, see About Sample Static PAT Commands.

Configure the required access lists, see Access List Configuration Requirements.

Configure the TLS proxy instances, see Configuring the TLS Proxy Instances.

Associate the access lists with the TLS proxy, see Associating an Access List with a TLS Proxy Instance Using Class Maps.