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Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90
Table of Contents
Software version TC6.0
January 2013
D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90
All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013
Getting started
Video meetings
Scheduled meetings
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Managing Contacts
The Settings
User guide
www.cisco.com

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    Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Software version TC6.0 January 2013 D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Sharing content ............. 21 Restart ................49 Changing the remote layout (EX90 only) ....... 21 Full screen presentations ..........21 D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

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    Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90 User guide Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Getting started D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 4: Connecting The Ex60

    Connect the cables as shown. Sockets are located behind the rear cover. If you have one LAN If you choose to use your EX60 as your PC screen, connect your PC to the sockets on the connection only—and need that for your PC—the EX60 has a built in Gigabit ethernet switch rear panel as shown below left.

  • Page 5: Connecting The Ex90

    HDMI out is used when connecting an extra monitor (typically for presentations)—see the next EX90 Administrator Guide which is available separately for download . page for more. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 6: Basic Operating Principles

    Do not disturb (after which the system will return to normal operation), but as outlined. this may have been changed to a different setting by your System Administrator. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 7: About Self-view And Camera

    Image will be flipped upside down to show it correctly to those you speak to (the other side). D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 8: Sound Volume & Ring Tones

    Set the Ringtone volume here. Select a ring tone. You will hear the ring tones as you tap on them. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 9

    Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90 User guide Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Video meetings D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 10: Touch Tones (dtmf) In A Call

    Tap Touch Tones to invoke the keypad. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 11: Calling Contacts

    For example Add to Favorites is not available for entries already residing in the list of Favorites. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 12: Someone Calling You

    This must be set up manually every time. See also Do not disturb on page 6. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 13: Video Conferencing—calling More Than One (optional)

    MCU. They will therefore not need to have any conferencing abilities built in. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 14: Creating A Video Conference (multisite)—ex90 Only

    If you initiated the conference you will be able to terminate the entire conference as well. The other participants, however, may only disconnect themselves from the conference. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 15: Creating A Video Conference (multiway ™ )

    If you initiated the conference you will be able to terminate the entire conference as well. The other participants, however, may only disconnect themselves from the conference. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 16: Receiving Another Incoming Call, While Already In A Call

    D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 17

    If your system is equipped with MultiSite (EX90 only) you may merge the incoming with the current call. For systems without MultiSite installed, the incoming call may still be merged, but as an audio-only call. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 18: Transferring Calls

    4. Tap Swap to go between the two parties. 4. The following dialog box will now appear and let you transfer the call: D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 19: Layout Control In A Call

    When the PiP turns blue you may drag it to a new position, choose among six predefined positions, as outlined. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 20: Lock As Speaker

    2. Then tap Camera Control. 3. Adjust pan and zoom as required: 4. Tap anywhere outside the menu to exit. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 21: Sharing Content

    D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

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    Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90 User guide Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Scheduled meetings D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 23: About Scheduled Meetings

    30 seconds before to 30 seconds Private—see text for details. after the scheduled start time of the meeting. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 24: Joining A Meeting

    D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 25: Parallel Meetings

    If an extension is sustainable, the Meeting will end notification will include an Extend and a Dismiss option. • To extend a meeting, tap the Extend button. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

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    Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90 User guide Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Managing Contacts D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 27: Directory

    Clear the entire list—see the next page for more on favorites—you must then manually update the entry in this. the list of favorites. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 28: Searching In A List

    (tap) any folder before the search is commenced. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 29

    Cisco TelePresence System EX60 & EX90 User guide Table of Contents Getting started Video meetings Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings The Settings D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 30

    If in doubt, contact your System Administrator. To enter the Settings, tap the Settings icon, as outlined to the right. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 31: System Information

    The System Information window contains information on the system’s software and hardware versions and connections, SIP and H.323 status etc. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 32: Call Status

    The Call Status window provides information on call rate, encryption, as well as important video and audio parameters. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 33: Language

    Managing Contacts The Settings Language Settings > Language The Language window lets you specify the Touch interface menu language. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 34: Camera Control & Settings

    Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the example shown, Backlight compensation is set to Off. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 35: Display Settings

    You may select between a set of predefined settings or tweak ad libitum. You may also set the DVI mode. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 36: Ringtone & Sound Settings

    Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the example shown, Keytones is set to On. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 37: Security

    Scheduled meetings Managing Contacts The Settings Security Settings > Security The Security window shows the status of certificates installed. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 38: Background Selection

    (available for download separately). Observe that the custom image will appear on the screen only and not on the Touch Pad. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 39: Administrator Settings

    The Date, Time & Location window lets you specify whether date and time shall be set automatically, or entered by you. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 40: Call Settings

    Note how the settings chosen are indicated. In the example shown, Auto Answer is set to Off. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 41

    The IP & VLAN settings window for the Codec of the system lets you specify whether to use IPv4 or IPv6. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 42: H323 Settings

    Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > H323 Settings The H323 settings window lets you specify what is needed to set up H323. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 43: Sip Settings

    Settings > Administrator Settings > Network Settings > SIP Settings The SIP settings window lets you specify what is needed to set up SIP. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 44: Provisioning

    When either of these were ordered and received from Cisco you should also have obtained the necessary information and codes. Just follow the wizard. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 45: Multiway

    This page of the Settings offers the ability enter the path to the Multiway enabled MCU. This is required to make the Multiway functionality work. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 46: Web Snapshots

    Web Snapshots parameter. The web snapshot feature applies to Point-to-Point as well as MultiSite calls (but only to unencrypted calls). D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 47: Emc Resilience Mode

    This will prevent the appearance of false signals. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 48: Reset

    Release keys and options installed will be retained. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

  • Page 49: Restart

    Managing Contacts The Settings Restart Settings > Restart Use this to restart your system in an orderly manner. D1501601 User guide EX60 & EX90 www.cisco.com All contents are copyright © 2010–2013 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Version TC6.0, 01.2013...

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