Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.1 -- How to Prepare to Install Jabber with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace

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Main page: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.1

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Contents

Reviewing System Requirements

Before installing the Jabber with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace integration, read System Requirements for updated system requirements.


Note: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 7.1 supports Jabber Extensible Communications Platform (XCP) Release 5.1 only.

Gathering Installation Values

Use the following table to record the information you need to prepare for your installation.

Description Your Value

Cluster name

Note: Clusters enable your Jabber XCP server to use dynamic routing. All of the Jabber routers that you want to interact should be in the same cluster.

Realm name, which is a unique string used to identify the router and all of its components (i.e., the entire system). The realm name is used to distinguish between the components belonging to different Jabber XCP installations in the event that you run multiple Jabber XCP servers.

Hostname of your Jabber XCP server.

IP address of the Jabber XCP server.

Note: This must be a static IP address.

Port on which the Jabber router will listen for connections from all components (also referred to as the Master Accept Port).

Password to be used for router and component authentication.

Note: All components will use the same authentication password.

Staging directory, which holds files that are waiting to be scanned or that are being scanned. It also holds files that have failed the scan.

Final directory, which holds files that are ready for users to download.



The jabber License

Ensure that you have the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace jabber license. See About Licenses for information about this license.


Setting the JABBER_HOME Environment Variable

Before you install Jabber with Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, set the JABBER_HOME environment variable for the root account on the Jabber XCP server to point to the directory in which Jabber is installed.


Procedure
  1. Log in to the Jabber XCP server as root.
  2. Enter bash at the command line.
  3. Enter JABBER_HOME=<Path to the directory in which Jabber is installed>, where <Path to the directory in which Jabber is installed> is the path to the directory in which Jabber is installed. For example, enter JABBER_HOME=/opt/jabber.
  4. Enter export JABBER_HOME.
  5. Enter echo $JABBER_HOME to confirm the setting.
The system displays the path to the directory in which Jabber is installed.

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