We are implementing several additional sites to our existing network that will have only ATM machines at each location
for financial transactions and a Tandberg Video Phone for communicication with our clients.
The Video Phone will integrate with Call Manager.
We are using g711 internally to make branch calls and are looking at the Public Series "Tandberg Utility" phone.
I believe we will need at least a T1 pipe to do the video and handle the ATM transactions at the same time.
According to Tandberg's documentation:
"Choice of Network: up to 384 kbps ISDN/768 kbps IP (H.323 or SIP)"
Why is the requirement differnet for the two types of network?
I am trying to determine what all is needed on the router to acomplish this and what platform router will work.
For example, do I need any voice modules with DSPs to utilize the Video Phone on our network?
Or is just IP communication all that is needed?
Is just an IP IOS on the router enough?
Would an 1800 series do the job easily?
I talked with a Tandberg rep and he said the basically the phone will be using an RTP stream, but I do not know what he is talking about.
Does anyone have any input on this?
Below are the specs on the phone:
â¢ Choice of Network: up to 384 kbps ISDN/768 kbps IP (H.323 or SIP)
â¢ Superior video quality incorporating the H.264 standard
â¢ Highest level of embedded encryption as well as IEEE 802.1x and H.235 authentication for security
â¢ IPv6 support
â¢ Protection against network interruptions with automatic Downspeeding and IPLR
â¢ XGA LCD Screen
View presentations and presenter simultaneously with DuoVideo and H.239 Dual Stream
â¢ TANDBERG ExpresswayTM Technology
â¢ Auto-dial and accept calls when handset is lifted