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Empowered by Innovation
Multimedia Conference
Bridge Installation Manual
P/N 0913215
Rev 1, July 2008
Printed in U.S.A.
Technical Support Web Site:
http://www.necux5000.com

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  • Page 1 Empowered by Innovation Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual P/N 0913215 Rev 1, July 2008 Printed in U.S.A. Technical Support Web Site: http://www.necux5000.com...
  • Page 2 No representation is made that this manual is complete or accurate in all respects and NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. shall not be liable for any errors or omissions. In no event shall NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. be liable for any incidental or consequential damages in connection with the use of this manual. This document contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installing the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application ..3-1 System Requirements ................3-1 Installation Precautions ................3-2 Section 2 Programming using the Multiline Telephone on UX5000 ..3-2 Programming Using the Multiline Telephone on UX5000 ...... 3-2 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual...
  • Page 4 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 4 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Configuration Section 1 Configuring the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application ..4-1 Section 2 Configuring the PC ..............4-1 Chapter 5 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Web Manager Section 1 Conference Bridge Web Interface Application ......5-1 Section 2 Logging in to Multimedia Conference Bridge Application ..5-1...
  • Page 5 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Reports ....................5-17 Export/Import Data ................5-18 Section 6 Configuration Utilities ...............5-19 System Settings ..................5-19 6.1.1 Network ....................5-20 6.1.1.1 Date and Time Configuration ........5-20 6.1.1.2 Bridge Configuration ..........5-21 6.1.2 EMail Settings ..................5-23 6.1.2.1 STMP Configuration ..........
  • Page 6 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Section 7 Maintenance ................5-39 View Logs ..................... 5-39 Update Firmware .................. 5-40 Card Reset ................... 5-40 Section 8 XML Terminal ................5-41 Terminal Configuration Setup .............. 5-41 Terminal Web Configuration ..............5-42 Enable XML Application on the XML Terminal ........5-44...
  • Page 7 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter E Outgoing Call Flow Section 1 Introduction ................. E-1 Section 2 Conference Call Control Flow ........... E-1 Chapter F Conducting a Voting Session Section 1 Introduction ..................F-1 Section 2 Conference Call Control Flow ............F-1 ___________________________________________________________________________________...
  • Page 8 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table of Contents...
  • Page 9 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 1-1 PVAU Login Screen ....................1-2 Figure 1-2 Welcome Screen ......................1-3 Figure 1-3 Message Screen ......................1-4 Figure 2-1 PVAU ..........................2-3 Table 4-1 Network Settings for TCP/IP Addressing ..............4-1 Figure 4-1 Selecting Control Panel ....................4-2 Figure 4-2 Control Panel Screen ....................4-3 Figure 4-3 Network Connections Screen ..................4-4 Figure 4-4...
  • Page 10 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 5-17 Web Server Configuration Window ................5-25 Figure 5-18 LDAP Configuration Window ..................5-26 Figure 5-19 FTP Configuration Window ..................5-28 Figure 5-20 Mega Meeting Configuration Window ..............5-28 Figure 5-21 Set Log Levels Window .................... 5-29 Figure 5-22 Conference Settings Window ...................
  • Page 11: Chapter 1 Loading The Compactflash Application In The Pvau

    ESCRIPTION The PVAU blade provides the hardware platform for providing connectivity for the system. By default, this blade is shipped from NEC with "platform support" (factory default) firmware. A functional firmware is loaded as part of the installation to support the desired functionality.
  • Page 12 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Figure 1-1 PVAU Login Screen ___________________________________________________________________________________ 1 - 2 Loading the CompactFlash Application in the PVAU...
  • Page 13: Ux5000 Issue

    ___________________________________________________________________________________ Upload the PVAU . Select Upload . blade Service Package ✎ This firmware is provided by NEC and must be stored on your local PC prior to firmware upload. Figure 1-2 Welcome Screen ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual...
  • Page 14 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ The service package upload process will began when the screen below is displayed. ✎ The service package will take 3 ~ 5 minutes to update. You will be required to log back in after update. Figure 1-3 Message Screen...
  • Page 15: Chapter 2 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application

    __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ESCRIPTION The EMail with the Multimedia Conference Bridge package installed is designed for the UX5000. The Multimedia Conference Bridge Application functionalities include: Preset Conference The preset conference configuration is also called ‘always on conference’. There is no stipulated time for these conferences to occur.
  • Page 16 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ❑ The Multimedia Conference Bridge Application EMail configuration supports SMTP Mail Server ONLY. ❑ Host Required: When enabled, the host/organizer is required to be logged into the conference before any other participant can enter. This option is selectable when setting up new conferences.
  • Page 17: Switches

    Reserved for future use. RESET Switch SW3 This switch allows the technician to reset the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application blade without having to remove and insert it again in the UX5000 chassis. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual 2 - 3...
  • Page 18: Connectors

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Connectors Ethernet Connector The Multimedia Conference Bridge Application has a single 10/100 MPS Ethernet connector. The port has Auto-MDIX (Auto-Medium Dependent Interface Crossover) giving users the ability use either a straight-through Ethernet cable or a crossover Ethernet cable. A crossover cable is not required for direct connection to a PC.
  • Page 19: Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Setup

    The Multimedia Conference Bridge Application is a hot-swappable blade that can be installed in any slot in an UX5000. It is recognized as a CNF16 blade. The blade will take either 8 or 16 ports, depending on the licensing obtained. If...
  • Page 20: Installation Precautions

    The blades used in the UX5000 make extensive use of CMOS technology that is very susceptible to static electricity. Static discharge must be avoided when handling blades. Always use the following precautions.
  • Page 21 Example: TEL 333 Terminal Type 1: Special Program 10-55-01: Blade Network Setup Enter the IP Address for the Conference Applications. Changing this program requires the UX5000 be reset. Example: 10-55-01 IP Address XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX 10-55-04 Subnet-M 255.255.0.0 10-55-05 Gateway XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX...
  • Page 22 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ 3 - 4 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Setup...
  • Page 23 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Configuration __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ONFIGURING THE ULTIMEDIA ONFERENCE RIDGE PPLICATION When installed for the first time, the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application comes up with the factory default parameters shown in Table 4-1 Network Settings for TCP/ Addressing. Table 4-1 Network Settings for TCP/IP Addressing IP Address 192.168.1.100...
  • Page 24 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ To configure the PC: Press Start and select Control Panel from the menu. ✎ Windows XP Professional operating system is used in this example. When using a different Windows operating system, the screens may look slightly different.
  • Page 25 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ On the Control Panel menu, double click on Network Connections Figure 4-2 Control Panel Screen ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual 4 - 3...
  • Page 26 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ From the Network Connections screen, double click on Local Area Connection. Figure 4-3 Network Connections Screen When the Local Area Connection Status screen is displayed, click the Properties button. Figure 4-4 Local Area Connection Status Screen...
  • Page 27 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ From the Local Area Connection Properties screen, select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then Properties. Figure 4-5 Local Area Connection Properties Screen ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual 4 - 5...
  • Page 28 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Click on Use the following IP address. For this example, enter 192.168.1.99 for the IP address and 255.255.255.0 for the Subnet mask. Click OK to accept the changes. Figure 4-6 Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties Screen On the Local Area Connection Status screen, click Close, then close the...
  • Page 29: Section 1 Conference Bridge Web Interface Application

    Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Web Manager __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ONFERENCE RIDGE NTERFACE PPLICATION The Conference Bridge Web Interface application allows the Conference Bridge user to interact with the application. The Web interface can be used for setting up the Conference Bridge application settings, such as network settings, conference settings etc.
  • Page 30: Authentication Levels

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ To login: Start your Internet Explorer from a PC connected to the same network as the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application. Enter the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application default IP Address (192.168.1.100) in the address link of your browser.
  • Page 31: Main Page

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION After a technician logs into the Multimedia Conference Bridge Application web interface, the main page is displayed. The main page is split into three regions: the the status bar, the navigation side bar and the operations window in the center of the screen.
  • Page 32: Navigation Side Bar

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Navigation Side Bar The side bar allows the user to navigate to the different areas of the web interface. When logged in as a member of the user group, only the Setup New Conference, Scheduled Conferences, and Reports links are available.
  • Page 33: Section 4 Scheduler

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION CHEDULER The Scheduler section allows access to the Schedule New Conference and Scheduled Conferences operations. Schedule New Conference The Schedule New Conference option allows the user to schedule new conferences and set up the resources required for the conference.
  • Page 34 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Schedule Conference Topic: The subject line allows organizers to personalize the conference subject on a per conference basis (this field is required). Bridge Date & Time: Specifies the Time Zone, date and time the conference will occur.
  • Page 35 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Resources No. of Participants: Indicates the number of participants available to join the conference. ✎ If there are any preset conference scheduled, this will be deducted from the total number of participants. Example: The organizer has configured a 4 Port Preset Conference. This will leave a maximum of 12 Participants available.
  • Page 36 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Invitation - Conference Details Enter conference details. These details appear in the EMail invitation. Mail Preview ___________________________________________________________________________________ 5 - 8 Multimedia Conference Bridge Application Web Manager...
  • Page 37 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Advanced Options: Allow the conference organizer to view and/or edit the following options: Provide Unique Password for Participants – the CNF Application will provide a nine digit random generated password as default for all conference participants. If Provide Unique Password for Participants is checked, the organizer can provide a unique password for each participant.
  • Page 38 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ If the conference has successfully been set, the Scheduled Conferences screen is displayed, showing the conference you created. As soon as the conference is created, an EMail is sent to all the parties that are expected to attend the conference. The EMail contains the schedule details, the conference bridge number that the participant is supposed to dial, the conference pass key, etc.
  • Page 39 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ If an error occurs during the conference creation process, the cause of the error is displayed and the user has the opportunity to modify the conference to resolve any scheduling conflicts. Figure 5-5 Conference Report Error Screen...
  • Page 40: Scheduled Conferences

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Scheduled Conferences The Scheduled Conferences shows a list of scheduled conferences. Conferences listed on this window cannot be edited or deleted unless the user has administrative privileges or is the person who scheduled the conference. When the user is a member of the “user” group, only the conferences scheduled with that user name are displayed.
  • Page 41: Section 5 Conference Manager

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Edit: By pressing the icon, a user with administrative privileges or the person who scheduled the conference can edit it. Delete: By pressing the icon, a user with administrative privileges or the person who scheduled the conference can delete it.
  • Page 42 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Configuration No. of Conferences: This options indicates the number of preset conferences. The ports for the preset conference can be reserved on the Bridge Setting window. The ports reserved for the preset conferences are equally divided among the selected number of preset conferences.
  • Page 43: User Accounts

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ User Accounts User Accounts allows the administrator to manage user accounts. The administrator can add a new users, edit existing user parameters and delete users. To access this option, select User Accounts. Figure 5-8 User Accounts Window 5.2.1...
  • Page 44: Edit User

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ User Name: The name of the user (required entry). Group: Assign the user to one of two groups; User or Admin (required entry). The User group provides the following privileges: Logging into the Web User Interface...
  • Page 45: Reports

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Reports Since the Conference Bridge application is used for conducting the conferences, it becomes important to monitor the usage of the conference bridge. The conference engine generates log entries of activities on the conference bridge. These activities are maintained in the log database.
  • Page 46: Export/Import Data

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Export/Import Data The Export/Import Data option allows the administrator to Export/import data from/to the Conference Bridge application. This could be generally useful when a database backup needs to be taken before installing a new version of the software.
  • Page 47: Section 6 Configuration Utilities

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION ONFIGURATION TILITIES Configuration Utilities provides access to the System Settings and Conference Settings. These options allow administrators to set up system parameters and assign conference settings. System Settings System Settings window allows the administrator to configure certain required network parameters.
  • Page 48: Network

    Day Light Settings: Click the box to select if daylight savings time is observed. Use System Clock: Select the bullet if the time should be obtained from the UX5000’s CCPU. Use Time Server: Click the box to the left of the heading to access the Time Server field.
  • Page 49: Bridge Configuration

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.1.2 Bridge Configuration The Bridge Configuration window, accessed from the Conference Settings window, allows the administrator to configure some of the Conference Bridge parameters. Figure 5-14 Bridge Configuration Window Conference Bridge Number: Enter the number for the Conference Bridge.
  • Page 50 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Early Entry: Select the box for this field to allow conference participants to come into the conference earlier than the scheduled start time. Enter the number of minutes participants are allowed to enter early. Maintenance Passkey: Enter the special key sequence to access the built-in prompted recording capability.
  • Page 51: Email Settings

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.2 EMail Settings This option allows the administrator to set EMail parameters. 6.1.2.1 STMP Configuration The SMTP Configuration window, accessed from the System Settings window, allows the administrator to configure the EMail server. SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) is the de facto standard for EMail transmissions across the internet.
  • Page 52: Email Configuration

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ‘From’ EMail Address: Enter the EMail address where participants will receive invitation mail. To apply these settings, click Close to return to the Main Menu. On the Main Menu, click Apply. 6.1.2.2 EMail Configuration The EMail Configuration window, accessed from the System Settings window, allows the administrator to configure default EMail settings.
  • Page 53: Web Server Configuration

    FTP configuration for using the FTP location as the secondary storage device for the Conference Bridge application. ✎ Mega Meeting - Configure the MEGA Meeting Video Conference portal (NEC Support Partner). Reserved for future use. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Multimedia Conference Bridge Installation Manual...
  • Page 54: Ldap Configuration

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.4.1 LDAP Configuration The LDAP Configuration window, accessed from the System Settings window, allows the administrator to configure an LDAP (Light Weight Directory Access Protocol) server available on the network. LDAP configuration allows the web interface to access the domain user information.
  • Page 55 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Base DN: Enter the base domain name that specifies the hierarchy of what user information is retrieved and where it is retrieved within a multiple domain controller. ❍ cn= Common Name, to identify the type of information required from the server.
  • Page 56: Ftp Configuration

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.4.2 FTP Configuration The FTP Configuration window, accessed from the System Settings window, allows the administrator to configure the external FTP interface. Since the PVAU interface has limited memory, the Conference Bridge application uses the FTP interface as external storage for storing the backup files.
  • Page 57: Log Settings (Debug Levels)

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.1.5 Log Settings (Debug Levels) 6.1.5.1 Set Log Levels The Set Log Levels window allows the installer to configure how much information should be sent to the debug log. This window is used for analyzing any communication errors, and is intended for use by technical support personnel.
  • Page 58 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Interface Log Level: Enter the Interface log level settings. This field sets the log message levels for the interface layer of the Web Interface application. Any message logged in the Interface layer follows these log settings.
  • Page 59: Conference Settings

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Conference Settings The Conference Settings window allows the administrator to configure certain application related parameters. Select the various parameters by clicking on the View/Edit Details... link beside each option (except Locale Configuration, in which case, select the displayed location). The parameters...
  • Page 60 Figure 5-23 Gain Configuration Window These fields are useful for attenuation applied to obtain adequate voice levels for the end users. NEC recommends not altering these values unless attempting to solve issues related to voice levels. (Default = 0 dB) Receive Gain: Enter the base gain value that will be applied to all calls.
  • Page 61: Conference Parameters

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.2.1 Conference Parameters Conference Parameters are accessed from the Conference Settings window. Conference bridge access codes and the geographic location are assigned using the DTMF Configuration and Locale Configuration options. 6.2.1.1 DTMF (Access Code) Configuration The DTMF Configuration window, accessed from the Conference Settings window, allows the administrator to configure the DTMF (Access) codes for the conference bridge.
  • Page 62 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Organizer DTMF (Access Codes) Make Call and Invite Participant: Dialing this code allows the conference organizer to make an external call and invite a party to join the conference. The organizer may need to share one of the available passwords with the party to allow them to join the conference.
  • Page 63 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Destroy Conference: Dialing this code allows the organizer to destroy an ongoing conference. This operation disconnects all participants from the conference and releases the conference resource occupied on the Conference Bridge. This operation should be used cautiously.
  • Page 64 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Self Mute/Unmute: Dialing this code allows the conference participants to mute/unmute their own conference telephone line. When muted, the participants voice is heard by other participants. ✱ (Default = 09#) Increase Transmit Gain: Dialing this code allows conference participants to increase the transmission gain on their conference line.
  • Page 65: Locale Configuration

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.2.1.2 Locale Configuration The Locale Configuration window, accessed from the Conference Settings window, allows the administrator to select the current geographical location and the associated language for the Conference Bridge Web application. ✎ When a new language pack is installed, it is listed on the Locale Configuration window.
  • Page 66: Memory Management

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ 6.2.2 Memory Management Memory Management is accessed from the Conference Settings window. Memory Settings allow the administrator to conserve the limited memory available on the PVAU. ✎ The amount of available memory is listed at the top of the Memory...
  • Page 67: Maintenance

    UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION AINTENANCE Maintenance provides access to View Logs, Update Firmware and Card Reset. These options allow administrators to view log files, update the firmware and reset the PVAU. View Logs The View Logs window, accessed from the Maintenance window, allows administrators to view the log files.
  • Page 68: Update Firmware

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Update Firmware The Update Firmware window, accessed from the Maintenance window, allows the technician to update the Multimedia Conference Bridge application with new firmware using a web browser. A successful firmware upgrade resets all system configurations to the default settings.
  • Page 69: Xml Terminal

    XML interface. The XML interface allows the user to schedule simple conferences. It can be accessed by using the NEC’s XML phone emulators as well as the IP-CTS terminal.
  • Page 70: Terminal Web Configuration

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Terminal Web Configuration Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the IP terminal to be configured. ✎ The terminal IP address can be viewed by pressing the terminal’s CHECK key for 2 seconds. Select #2 System Information, #1 Network Settings and the Down Soft Key one time.
  • Page 71 UX5000 Issue 1.0 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Access and enter the URL for the XML application server. The default setup URL is listed below - exchange the “localhost” for the XML -App server IP address: http://localhost/xmlphone/phonelogin.ashx Figure 5-31 Home URL Window Select OK and Save - the terminal will reboot with the new settings.
  • Page 72: Enable Xml Application On The Xml Terminal

    Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Enable XML Application on the XML Terminal Press the terminal’s Menu key. Menu Button Figure 5-32 Terminal Menu Key Select #2 or touch the Tool icon. Select #1 or touch the Service Text. The display asks for your PIN that was set up for your individual conference user.
  • Page 73: Chapter A Glossary

    Glossary __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION NTRODUCTION The following terms are used in this document. The term or acronym is listed as well as the associated definition. The terms are listed in alphabetical order. ECTION ERMS AND EFINITIONS Term Definition DTMF Dual Tone Multi-frequency signaling is used for telephone signaling over the line, in the voice-frequency band, to the call switching center.
  • Page 74 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Term Definition Real-Time Transmission Real-Time Transmission is transmission in which there is no perceived delay in the transmission of a voice message or the response to it. This is a requirement for voice traffic. Simple Mail Transfer The TCP/IP protocol governing electronic mail transmissions and receptions.
  • Page 75: Chapter B Icons

    Icons __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION NTRODUCTION The icons listed in the table are used on the windows of the Multimedia Conference Bridge application. The icon and a description are provided. Table B-1 Icons Icon Description Help Icon This icon is displayed at the top right corner of each window. Click on this icon to display help for the window being viewed.
  • Page 76 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ Table B-1 Icons Icon Description Add User Icon Click this icon (located in the upper right corner of the User Accounts window) to display the Add New User window. (Refer to Figure 5-8 User Accounts Window on page 5-15.)
  • Page 77: Chapter C Conference Call Flow

    Conference Call Flow __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION NTRODUCTION This appendix describes the control flow of a conference. ECTION ONFERENCE ONTROL One of the participants dials the conference bridge at the scheduled time. A Default welcome/custom welcome message is played. The participant is prompted to enter the conference password by playing the appropriate message.
  • Page 78 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ✎ If the conference is set to lecturer/discussion mode, then following occurs when the participant enters into the conference: ❑ If the conference is set to ‘Discussion Mode’ (the default mode), the conference starts in the discussion mode and all the participants are allowed to interact with each other.
  • Page 79: Chapter D Prompt Recording Call Flow

    ECTION ONFERENCE ONTROL The conference bridge user dials the conference bridge number. The user hears a ‘Welcome to NEC Multimedia Conference Bridge’ message. After hearing the message, user keys in the magic key sequence “ 123#” ✎ The conference bridge understands the magic key sequence has a special meaning and prompts the user to key in the maintenance passkey by playing a prompt.
  • Page 80 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ D - 2 Prompt Recording Call Flow...
  • Page 81: Conference Call Control Flow

    Outgoing Call Flow __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION NTRODUCTION This appendix describes outgoing call flow. ECTION ONFERENCE ONTROL If the organizer wants to bring in a participant into the conference, during the conference, they make an outgoing call. To initiate an outgoing call, the organizer dials the DTMF (Access) Code previously assigned by the administrator.
  • Page 82 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ E - 2 Outgoing Call Flow...
  • Page 83 Conducting a Voting Session __________________________________________________________________________________ ECTION NTRODUCTION This appendix describes how to conduct a voting session during a conference. ECTION ONFERENCE ONTROL During a conference session, it is possible for a debate to occur regarding a particular issue. In order to record the participant’s opinion regarding the issue, the organizer can initiate a voting session.
  • Page 84 Issue 1.0 UX5000 ___________________________________________________________________________________ THIS PAGE INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK ___________________________________________________________________________________ F - 2 Conducting a Voting Session...
  • Page 85 ......... . Contact Information ◆ 3 UX5000 Multimedia Conference Bridge Manual...
  • Page 86 NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 4 Forest Parkway Shelton, CT 06484 www.necux5000.com (See inside back cover for contact information.) (0913215) Printed in U.S.A. July 30, 2008, Rev 1...