If a Unified Communications Manager
cluster is deployed using a multiserver Tomcat certificate, you cannot add the cluster
for mobile remote access to a Cisco TelePresence VCS-C/Expressway-C with the
TLS verify mode enabled. To add a cluster to the Cisco TelePresence
VCS-C/Expressway-C with TLS verify enabled, specify the first node
that is mentioned in the Subject Alternative Name (SAN), or change the order of the SAN items
making the Unified Communications Manager the first publisher on the SAN list. However, the issue
still remains for the IM and Presence Service cluster, and this cluster must be added
with TLS verify mode disabled.
can disable TLS verify mode for both the Unified Communications Manager and IM and Presence Service clusters. This issue is resolved
with the release of Cisco TelePresence VCS-C/Expressway-C X8.2.
For details about how
to add a Unified Communications Manager cluster to a Cisco TelePresence VCS, see your Cisco
TelePresence VCS product documentation.