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Cisco MX300 G2 Administrator's Manual

Cisco MX300 G2 Administrator's Manual (141 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Conference System | Size: 7.22 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction4................................................................................................................................................................
User Documentation And Software5................................................................................................................................................................
What's New In Ce86................................................................................................................................................................
Mx200 G2 And Mx300 G2 At A Glance12................................................................................................................................................................
How To Administer The Video System15................................................................................................................................................................
Configuration19................................................................................................................................................................
User Administration20................................................................................................................................................................
Change The System Passphrase21................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration22................................................................................................................................................................
Add A Sign In Banner23................................................................................................................................................................
Manage The Certificates Of The Video System24................................................................................................................................................................
Manage The List Of Trusted Certificate Authorities (cas)25................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Secure Audit Logging26................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Pre-installed Certificates For Cucm Via Expressway Provisioning27................................................................................................................................................................
Set Strong Security Mode28................................................................................................................................................................
Change The Persistency Mode29................................................................................................................................................................
Delete Cucm Trust Lists30................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Intelligent Proximity For Content Sharing31................................................................................................................................................................
Adjust The Video Quality To Call Rate Ratio35................................................................................................................................................................
Packet Loss Resilience - Clearpath36................................................................................................................................................................
Use A Custom Wallpaper37................................................................................................................................................................
Choose Ringtone38................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Local Contacts39................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals40................................................................................................................................................................
Connect The Touch 10 Controller41................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance44................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrade The System Software45................................................................................................................................................................
Add Option Keys47................................................................................................................................................................
System Status48................................................................................................................................................................
Run Diagnostics49................................................................................................................................................................
Download Log Files50................................................................................................................................................................
Create A Remote Support User51................................................................................................................................................................
Backup Or Restore A Configuration52................................................................................................................................................................
Revert To The Previously Used Software Image53................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Reset The Video System54................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Reset The Touch 1056................................................................................................................................................................
Capture User Interface Screenshots57................................................................................................................................................................
System Settings58................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The System Settings59................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Settings63................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Defaultvolume63................................................................................................................................................................
Open A Web Browser And Enter The Ip Address Of The Video Audio Microphones Mute Enabled63................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Microphones Phantomvoltage63................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Soundsandalerts Ringtone63................................................................................................................................................................
How To Find The Ip Address Audio Soundsandalerts Ringvolume63................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Input Microphone [1] Mode64................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Output Internalspeaker Mode64................................................................................................................................................................
Callhistory Settings65................................................................................................................................................................
Callhistory Mode65................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Settings66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Backlight Defaultmode66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Brightness Defaultlevel66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Brightness Mode66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Focus Mode66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Gamma Mode66................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Gamma Level67................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Mirror67................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Whitebalance Level67................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Camera [1] Whitebalance Mode67................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Powerline Frequency67................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Preset Triggerautofocus68................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Settings69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Activecontrol Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Autoanswer Delay69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Autoanswer Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Autoanswer Mute69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Callprotocolipstack69................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Defaultcall Protocol70................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Defaultcall Rate70................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Donotdisturb Defaulttimeout70................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Encryption Mode70................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Farendcontrol Mode70................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Farendcontrol Signalcapability71................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Maxreceivecallrate71................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Maxtotalreceivecallrate71................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Maxtotaltransmitcallrate71................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Maxtransmitcallrate71................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Incomingmultisitecall Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Micunmuteondisconnect Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Multipoint Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Multistream Mode72................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Presentation Onplacedonhold73................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Presentation Relayquality73................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Videobandwidth Mainchannel Weight73................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Videobandwidth Mode73................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Videobandwidth Presentationchannel Weight73................................................................................................................................................................
Facilityservice Settings74................................................................................................................................................................
Facilityservice Service [174................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Settings75................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Authentication Loginname75................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Authentication Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Authentication Password75................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Callsetup Mode75................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Encryption Keysize76................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Gatekeeper Address76................................................................................................................................................................
H323 H323alias E16476................................................................................................................................................................
H323 H323alias Id76................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Nat Mode76................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Nat Address77................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Portallocation77................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Settings78................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Mode78................................................................................................................................................................
Network Settings79................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Mode79................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Tlsverify79................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Useclientcertificate79................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Dns Domain Name79................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Dns Server [179................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Eap Tls80................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Eap Ttls80................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Identity80................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Password80................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Anonymousidentity80................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Eap Md580................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipstack81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv4 Address81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv4 Assignment81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv4 Gateway81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv4 Subnetmask81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ieee8021x Eap Peap81................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv6 Address82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv6 Assignment82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv6 Dhcpoptions82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Ipv6 Gateway82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Mtu82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Mode82................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Audio83................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Data83................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Signalling83................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Video83................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Icmpv684................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Qos Diffserv Ntp84................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Remoteaccess Allow84................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Speed84................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Trafficcontrol Mode85................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Vlan Voice Mode85................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1] Vlan Voice Vlanid85................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Settings86................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Cdp Mode86................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices H323 Mode86................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Http Mode86................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Https Verifyservercertificate86................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Https Ocsp Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Https Ocsp Url87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Https Verifyclientcertificate87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ntp Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ntp Server [1..3] Address87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Sip Mode87................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Snmp Communityname88................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Snmp Host [1..3] Address88................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Snmp Mode88................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Snmp Systemcontact88................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Snmp Systemlocation88................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ssh Allowpublickey89................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ssh Mode89................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Telnet Mode89................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Upnp Mode89................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Upnp Timeout89................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Welcometext90................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Xmlapi Mode90................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Settings91................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Pairing Ciscotouchpanels Remotepairing91................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Pairing Ultrasound Volume Maxlevel91................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Pairing Ultrasound Volume Mode91................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Profile Touchpanels91................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Settings92................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Server [1] Id92................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Server [1] Type92................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Server [1] Url92................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Settings93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Connectivity93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Httpmethod93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Loginname93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Mode93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Password93................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Address94................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Alternateaddress94................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Domain94................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Path94................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Protocol94................................................................................................................................................................
Proximity Settings95................................................................................................................................................................
Proximity Services Contentshare Fromclients95................................................................................................................................................................
Proximity Services Contentshare Toclients95................................................................................................................................................................
Proximity Mode95................................................................................................................................................................
Proximity Services Callcontrol95................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Settings96................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Ports Range Start96................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Ports Range Stop96................................................................................................................................................................
Security Settings97................................................................................................................................................................
Security Audit Logging Mode97................................................................................................................................................................
Security Audit Onerror Action97................................................................................................................................................................
Security Audit Server Address97................................................................................................................................................................
Security Audit Server Port98................................................................................................................................................................
Security Audit Server Portassignment98................................................................................................................................................................
Security Session Inactivitytimeout98................................................................................................................................................................
Security Session Showlastlogon98................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Settings99................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Loginrequired99................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Mode99................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Settings100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Anat100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Authentication Password100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Authentication Username100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Defaulttransport100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Displayname100................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Ice Defaultcandidate101................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Ice Mode101................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Line101................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Listenport101................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Mailbox101................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Preferredipmedia102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Preferredipsignaling102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Proxy [1..4] Address102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Tlsverify102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Bandwidthprobe102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Discovermode102................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Droprflx103................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Password103................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Server103................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Turn Username103................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Type103................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Uri103................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Settings104................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Bootaction104................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Control104................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Delay104................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Standbyaction104................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Wakeupaction104................................................................................................................................................................
Systemunit Settings105................................................................................................................................................................
Systemunit Name105................................................................................................................................................................
Time Settings106................................................................................................................................................................
Time Dateformat106................................................................................................................................................................
Time Timeformat106................................................................................................................................................................
Time Zone107................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Settings109................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Contactinfo Type109................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Keytones Mode109................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Language109................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Osd Encryptionindicator109................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Osd Output110................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Userpreferences110................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Wallpaper110................................................................................................................................................................
Video Settings111................................................................................................................................................................
Video Activespeaker Defaultpipposition111................................................................................................................................................................
Video Defaultlayoutfamily Local111................................................................................................................................................................
Video Defaultlayoutfamily Remote112................................................................................................................................................................
Video Defaultmainsource112................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [1112................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [2] Dvitype113................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [2113................................................................................................................................................................
Video Layout Disabledisconnectedlocaloutputs115................................................................................................................................................................
Video Monitors115................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [1] Brightness115................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [2] Cec Mode116................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [2] Location Horizontaloffset116................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [1..2] Resolution117................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [2] Location Verticaloffset117................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [2] Overscanlevel117................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [1] Whitebalance Level118................................................................................................................................................................
Video Output Connector [2] Rgbquantizatonrange118................................................................................................................................................................
Video Presentation Defaultpipposition118................................................................................................................................................................
Video Presentation Defaultsource118................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Default Fullscreenmode119................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Default Mode119................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Default Onmonitorrole119................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Default Pipposition119................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Oncall Duration120................................................................................................................................................................
Video Selfview Oncall Mode120................................................................................................................................................................
Experimental Settings121................................................................................................................................................................
Appendices122................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Touch 10123................................................................................................................................................................
Set Up Remote Monitoring124................................................................................................................................................................
Access Call Information While Using The Web Interface125................................................................................................................................................................
Place A Call Using The Web Interface126................................................................................................................................................................
Calling More Than One127................................................................................................................................................................
Share Content Using The Web Interface128................................................................................................................................................................
Local Layout Control129................................................................................................................................................................
Control The Local Camera(s)130................................................................................................................................................................
Control The Far End Camera131................................................................................................................................................................
Access The Video System's Xml Files132................................................................................................................................................................
Execute Api Commands And Configurations From The Web Interface133................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Startup Scripts134................................................................................................................................................................
Serial Interface (rs-232)135................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specification136................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Rfcs139................................................................................................................................................................
User Documentation On The Cisco Web Site140................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Contacts141................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco MX300 G2 Administrator's Manual

Cisco MX300 G2 Administrator's Manual (129 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Conference System | Size: 9.43 MB
Table of contents
Administrator Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
User Documentation5................................................................................................................................................................
What's New In This Version6................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Telepresence Mx200 G2 And Mx300 G2 At A Glance7................................................................................................................................................................
How To Use Touch10................................................................................................................................................................
Web Interface11................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing The Web Interface12................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The System Password13................................................................................................................................................................
The Interactive Menu14................................................................................................................................................................
System Information15................................................................................................................................................................
About Snapshots16................................................................................................................................................................
Placing A Call17................................................................................................................................................................
Sharing Content18................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling And Monitoring A Call19................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling Your Camera20................................................................................................................................................................
Local Layout Control21................................................................................................................................................................
Controlling The Far End Camera22................................................................................................................................................................
Accessing Call Information23................................................................................................................................................................
System Configuration24................................................................................................................................................................
Changing System Settings25................................................................................................................................................................
System Status26................................................................................................................................................................
Managing The Favorites List27................................................................................................................................................................
Favorite List Folders28................................................................................................................................................................
Choosing A Ringtone30................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Overview31................................................................................................................................................................
Adding A Sign In Banner36................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Strong Security Mode41................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Persistency Mode42................................................................................................................................................................
Deleting Trust Lists (cucm Only)43................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting44................................................................................................................................................................
Downloading Log Files45................................................................................................................................................................
Starting Extended Logging46................................................................................................................................................................
Upgrading The System Software48................................................................................................................................................................
Adding Option Keys49................................................................................................................................................................
Backup And Restore50................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Reset52................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Support User53................................................................................................................................................................
Restarting The System54................................................................................................................................................................
System Settings55................................................................................................................................................................
Overview Of The System Settings56................................................................................................................................................................
Audio Settings59................................................................................................................................................................
Cameras Settings60................................................................................................................................................................
Conference Settings62................................................................................................................................................................
Facilityservice Settings67................................................................................................................................................................
H323 Settings68................................................................................................................................................................
Logging Settings71................................................................................................................................................................
Network Settings72................................................................................................................................................................
Network [1..1] Remoteaccess Allow78................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Settings79................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Telnet Mode79................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Medianet Metadata81................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ctms Mode82................................................................................................................................................................
Networkservices Ctms Encryption83................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Settings84................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Pairing Ciscotouchpanels Remotepairing84................................................................................................................................................................
Peripherals Profile Touchpanels84................................................................................................................................................................
Phonebook Settings85................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Settings86................................................................................................................................................................
Provisioning Externalmanager Protocol87................................................................................................................................................................
Rtp Settings88................................................................................................................................................................
Security Settings89................................................................................................................................................................
Security Session Showlastlogon90................................................................................................................................................................
Security Session Inactivitytimeout90................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Settings91................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Mode91................................................................................................................................................................
Serialport Loginrequired91................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Settings92................................................................................................................................................................
Sip Authenticatetransferror92................................................................................................................................................................
Standby Settings96................................................................................................................................................................
Systemunit Settings97................................................................................................................................................................
Time Settings98................................................................................................................................................................
Time Timeformat98................................................................................................................................................................
Time Dateformat98................................................................................................................................................................
Time Zone98................................................................................................................................................................
Time Olsonzone99................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Settings101................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Wallpaper102................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Touchpanel Defaultpanel102................................................................................................................................................................
Userinterface Userpreferences102................................................................................................................................................................
Video Settings103................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [1..4] Visibility104................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [2..4] Quality104................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [1..4] Cameracontrol Mode104................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [1..4] Cameracontrol Cameraid104................................................................................................................................................................
Video Input Connector [1..4] Optimaldefinition Profile105................................................................................................................................................................
Video Osd Loginrequired109................................................................................................................................................................
Experimental Settings112................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Passwords113................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The System Password114................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Touch 10 User Interface116................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco Vcs Provisioning119................................................................................................................................................................
Optimal Definition Profiles120................................................................................................................................................................
Clearpath — Packet Loss Resilience121................................................................................................................................................................
Factory Resetting The Video System122................................................................................................................................................................
Technical Specification124................................................................................................................................................................
Supported Rfcs127................................................................................................................................................................
User Documentation On The Cisco Web Site128................................................................................................................................................................
Intellectual Property Rights129................................................................................................................................................................
Cisco MX300 G2 User Manual

Cisco MX300 G2 User Manual (79 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Conference System | Size: 6.02 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Video Conferencing3................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practice4................................................................................................................................................................
Tour The Touch Screen5................................................................................................................................................................
Log Onto A System With Your Own Credentials6................................................................................................................................................................
Video Calls7................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call From Contact List8................................................................................................................................................................
Edit A Contact List Entry, Then Place The Call9................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using Name10................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using An Ip Address11................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using Number12................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Call13................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Call While In Another Call14................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer15................................................................................................................................................................
Consult And Transfer16................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Yourself From Call17................................................................................................................................................................
A Few Words On Microphone Behavior And Privacy18................................................................................................................................................................
Put Call On Hold And Resume A Call On Hold19................................................................................................................................................................
Change Call Rate20................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Do Not Disturb21................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Standby22................................................................................................................................................................
View Keypad While In A Call23................................................................................................................................................................
Add Additional Participants To Existing Call24................................................................................................................................................................
Add Incoming Call To Existing Call25................................................................................................................................................................
View Meeting Participant List26................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Conference Call Layout27................................................................................................................................................................
Lock Speaker28................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Participant From Call29................................................................................................................................................................
Share Content30................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Stop Presentation In A Call31................................................................................................................................................................
Change Presentation Layout In A Call32................................................................................................................................................................
Presentation Outside Calls33................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Meetings34................................................................................................................................................................
View Meeting List35................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Meetings View Meeting List35................................................................................................................................................................
Join Scheduled Meeting36................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Meetings37................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts38................................................................................................................................................................
Directory39................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts Directory39................................................................................................................................................................
Call Recents40................................................................................................................................................................
Favorites41................................................................................................................................................................
Add Someone To Favorites, While In A Call42................................................................................................................................................................
Camera43................................................................................................................................................................
View Camera Settings44................................................................................................................................................................
Add Camera Position Preset45................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Existing Camera Position Preset46................................................................................................................................................................
Speaker Tracking47................................................................................................................................................................
Control Own Camera48................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Selfview49................................................................................................................................................................
Resize The Selfview Pip50................................................................................................................................................................
Move The Selfview Pip51................................................................................................................................................................
Control The Camera Of The Other Participant52................................................................................................................................................................
Settings53................................................................................................................................................................
Gain Access To The Settings54................................................................................................................................................................
Ringtone & Sound55................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Control56................................................................................................................................................................
Main Source Selection57................................................................................................................................................................
Display58................................................................................................................................................................
Select Language59................................................................................................................................................................
System Information60................................................................................................................................................................
Call Status61................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Mode62................................................................................................................................................................
Restart System63................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator64................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-tracking65................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-set Date And Time66................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-call Details67................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-provisioning Wizard68................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-multipoint Mode69................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-pairing70................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-ip & Vlan, Codec71................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-network Status Codec72................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-ip & Vlan, Touch73................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-network Status Touch74................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-sip75................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-h32376................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-emc Resilience Mode77................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-factory Reset78................................................................................................................................................................

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Cisco MX300 G2 User Manual

Cisco MX300 G2 User Manual (74 pages)

Brand: Cisco | Category: Conference System | Size: 4.62 MB
Table of contents
User Guide1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Introduction To Video Conferencing3................................................................................................................................................................
Best Practice4................................................................................................................................................................
Tour The Touch Screen5................................................................................................................................................................
Log Onto A System With Your Own Credentials6................................................................................................................................................................
Video Calls7................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call From Contact List8................................................................................................................................................................
Edit A Contact List Entry, Then Place The Call9................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using Name10................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using An Ip Address11................................................................................................................................................................
Place Call Using Number12................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Call13................................................................................................................................................................
Receive Call While In Another Call14................................................................................................................................................................
Transfer15................................................................................................................................................................
Consult And Transfer16................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Yourself From Call17................................................................................................................................................................
A Few Words On Microphone Behavior And Privacy18................................................................................................................................................................
Put Call On Hold And Resume A Call On Hold19................................................................................................................................................................
Change Call Rate20................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Do Not Disturb21................................................................................................................................................................
Enable Standby22................................................................................................................................................................
View Keypad While In A Call23................................................................................................................................................................
Add Additional Participants To Existing Call24................................................................................................................................................................
Add Incoming Call To Existing Call25................................................................................................................................................................
View Meeting Participant List26................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Conference Call Layout27................................................................................................................................................................
Lock Speaker28................................................................................................................................................................
Disconnect Participant From Call29................................................................................................................................................................
Share Content30................................................................................................................................................................
Start And Stop Presentation31................................................................................................................................................................
Change Presentation Layout32................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Meetings33................................................................................................................................................................
View Meeting List34................................................................................................................................................................
Scheduled Meetings View Meeting List34................................................................................................................................................................
Join Scheduled Meeting35................................................................................................................................................................
Parallel Meetings36................................................................................................................................................................
Contacts37................................................................................................................................................................
Directory38................................................................................................................................................................
Call Recents39................................................................................................................................................................
Favorites40................................................................................................................................................................
Add Someone To Favorites, While In A Call41................................................................................................................................................................
Camera42................................................................................................................................................................
View Camera Settings43................................................................................................................................................................
Add Camera Position Preset44................................................................................................................................................................
Edit Existing Camera Position Preset45................................................................................................................................................................
Control Own Camera In A Call46................................................................................................................................................................
Manage Selfview47................................................................................................................................................................
Resize The Selfview Pip48................................................................................................................................................................
Move The Selfview Pip49................................................................................................................................................................
Control The Camera Of The Other Participant50................................................................................................................................................................
Settings51................................................................................................................................................................
Gain Access To The Settings52................................................................................................................................................................
Ringtone & Sound53................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Control54................................................................................................................................................................
Main Source Selection55................................................................................................................................................................
Display56................................................................................................................................................................
Select Language57................................................................................................................................................................
System Information58................................................................................................................................................................
Call Status59................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostic Mode60................................................................................................................................................................
Restart System61................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator62................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-set Date And Time63................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-call Details64................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-provisioning Wizard65................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-multipoint Mode66................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-ip & Vlan67................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-network Status Touch68................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-sip69................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-h32370................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-emc Resilience Mode71................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-web Snapshots72................................................................................................................................................................
Administrator Settings-factory Reset73................................................................................................................................................................

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