tstanik Fri, 03/06/2009 - 05:49
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This will depend upon the resolution (720p or 1080p) being used. Generally, between 2 and 3 Mbps per screen is used. It is important to note that this bandwidth does not need to be dedicated bandwidth. Cisco specializes in managing dynamic, real-time applications such as voice and video that rely heavily on the quality and intelligence of the network, and run within the network, not on top of it. When Cisco TelePresence calls are not active, this bandwidth can be devoted to other enterprise applications. When Cisco TelePresence calls are made, quality of service and bandwidth reservation capabilities in the network allocate the bandwidth needed.

Eldho E Kuriakose Sat, 03/07/2009 - 00:34
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but in my question bandwidth is not a pblm...


OTHER CONSIDERATIONS


like what to test on Qos

What to consider on routing

what to consider on physical characteristics



etc.....

stanleyworks Wed, 03/25/2009 - 11:48
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You can not deploy Cisco TelePresence if you are not Cisco advance partner. I hear they will train you to for all this.


- You have to do Network Path Assessment. Which including hardware, QoS, and bandwidth.



a.klessa Sun, 04/05/2009 - 10:37
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one the most important thing considering WAN is the interface speed, which according to the design guides should be greater than DS3

with a new codec software 1.5, the thresholds (loss and jitter) are not so restrictive, so it can keep working (previously the call was disconnected) with some level of loss and jitter which can be caused by slower interfaces


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