Screen does not turn off in standby (HDMi - CEC) .............. 13 Video layout customization ....................13 Your Cisco product has been designed to give you many years of safe, reliable operation. please visit the Cisco web site regularly for updated versions of this guide.
release notes for TC6.0 on the Cisco web-page to see new features introduced and bugs that are resolved in this release. A new release key is required for upgrading to a major release e.g., from TC5.1.0 to TC6.0. A new release key is not needed for minor release upgrades e.g., from TC6.0 to TC6.1.
– see ”Appendix A - Other sources of information” on page 31. There is a Cisco Telepresence interoperability database where you can see what equipment has been tested against certain software releases. For more information see http://www.cisco.com/go/tp-interop.
Multisite To allow your video system to call multiple video systems on C40, C60, C90, EX90 and SX20 without the use of infrastructure such as an MCU/Bridge. Without this option we To contact Cisco regarding keys, you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. support a single video call and one audio call.
You can find further information on the TC endopoints in the FAQ guide on the Cisco web site, go to: Filtering using “sip” will only show the call signalling. You can see the media packets as well if you Cisco Telepresence Endpoints Knowledge Base Articles...
www.cisco.com/go/isdnlink-docs Search known bugs To find out whether the problem you are experiencing with your video system is a known issue and has a known solution, please check the Cisco web site for known bugs. Go to: https://www.cisco. com/cisco/psn/bssprt/bss To locate known bugs for your product and software version you can either search by product, by a keyword search or by selecting you product from the product category list.
The EX, MX and SX series need non-standard cables to access their serial ports. These should be available to order in the near future, please contact your local Cisco representative for more details it is critical to always set a password when enabling root access.
To get around this issue you can, if using a Cisco switch, enable port spanning which duplicates all traffic entereing and leaving one port to another monitor port where you can attach a computer running Wireshark to capture traffic.
To troubleshoot this it depends what the error message is. red Alarms gener- ally indicate low level physical iSDN line issues. All fans are running. problem There might be an issue with the fans. please contact Cisco support for System Name assistance. The device has a system name set.
YOU ArE UNABlE TO lOCATE THE SOFTWArE liCENSE Or liMiTED WArrANTY, CONTACT YOUr CiSCO rEprESENTATiVE FOr A COpY. The Cisco implementation of TCp header compression is an adaptation of a program developed by the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) as part of UCB’s public domain version of the UNiX operating system. All rights reserved.