Which deployment model have you chosen? What features are you using on the endpoint?
I’m _pretty_ sure we’ve using Umbrella, but we’ve basically pointed our on-prem DNS servers to them. And that’s it. No endpoint configuration yet.
I’ve asked the team to make sure they do tests accordingly before any other configuration changes to ensure Jabber on/off-premise detection works.
It’s a shame the BUs can’t co-ordinate. I mentioned Jabber on/off-prem detection and I don’t think any of the Umbrella folks knew what I was talking about. If they did, they hid it pretty well.
Hmmm, maybe this is what that Solutions Support option is all about?
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Subject: [cisco-voip] Jabber MRA with Cisco Umbrella
Has anyone been able to get this to work?
Umbrella always finds the _collab-edge SRV record even when internally. I imagine if we made the voice services domain a local domain we would have the reverse issue of always seeing _cisco-uds even when external.
Any Umbrella features that could help here?