Conferencing with the Video Advantage Camera

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Apr 26th, 2007

We have started deploying the Cisco Video Advantage Camera?s and have run into very few problems or issues. While testing yesterday I tried to set up a 3-way conference call with 2 other individuals that had cameras as well. The first caller and I had voice and video, I hit the conference key, called the 2nd party and he and I had voice and video as well. As soon as I joined all 3 of us together, the audio conferences but the video does not. What am I missing????

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carenas123 Wed, 05/02/2007 - 10:55

you might be hitting with the bandwidth constraints. change the region wise bandwidth allcoation

jkosciuk Wed, 05/02/2007 - 11:00

I had thougt about that and in our test area I upped the band width available to video (doubled it from 384 to 768) and still had the same results

tboynton Thu, 05/03/2007 - 04:52

I'm pretty sure 3 way video conferences are not supported. We run VT advantage and see the same exact behavior. We done 3-way with MCU's and polycomms acting as the conference bridges.

ykapernekas Sat, 05/26/2007 - 10:40

Unless you have an MCU you can only have a one on one video call through call manager. Once you add a third member the video drops.

So what you experience is the correct behaviour.


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