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Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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With Arun Kumar
Welcome to the Cisco Support Community Ask the Expert conversation. This is an opportunity to learn and ask questions about Single Sign-On (SSO) with Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (Cisco WMS), Internet Reverse Proxy (IRP), and Enterprise License Manager (ELM) solutions.
SSO standards such as Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 provide secure mechanisms for passing credentials and related information between different websites that have their own authorization and authentication systems. SSO enables simplified user authentication and management.
IRP provides public access, enabling users to host or attend meetings from the Internet and mobile devices. Although IRP is optional, Cisco encourages its use because it provides a better user experience for your mobile workforce.
Example question topics include:
SSO profiles and SAML 2.0 Identity providers (IdPs) supported in Cisco WMS
Basic configuration of IdPs
Interaction between IdPs and Cisco WMS
Difference between the cloud client implementation and Cisco WMS
Meeting access behavior in a split-horizon network topology with SSO
How to enable public access to Cisco WMS
Cisco WMS ELM operations
Cisco WMS ELM compared to other unified communications ELM or standalone ELM and compatibility/inoperability between them
Arun Kumar is a team lead in the San Jose Conferencing Technical Assistance Center. He has over eight years of experience in conferencing technology and specializes in Cisco Unified Meeting Place Express and Cisco WebEx Meeting Server. He joined Cisco in 2010 as an escalation engineer for the Cisco Telepresence group. Before joining Cisco he worked for the UK's third-largest internet service provider Supanet on VoIP technology and the *Nix domain. Kumar holds a master of science degree in computer science from Sikkim Manipal University in India, and he holds CCIE (Voice) and VMware Certified Professional certifications.
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Hello Mobile Service,
CWMS and Jabber integrations:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/jabber/Windows/9_1/JABW_BK_E4CC9599_00_environment-configuration-guide_chapter_01.html#JABW_TK_SF2ED5E1_00
In above link start from section: Set Up Cisco WebEx Meetings Server on Cisco Unified Presence
then move to section: Add Cisco WebEx Meetings Server to a Profile
Once done, move to section: Specify Conferencing Credentials in the Client side. You will see above server already listed there, just go ahead and enter your username and password (pleae make sure this user already exists on your CWMS) and accept any certificate/s if presented. Jabber Integration is done and you can start testing the same.
Attached CWMS - AFDS integration doc.
Please let me know if any furhter question.
Thanks, Arun