Dear Cisco gurus,
One of our customer wants to have more ports (for scheduling) on their existing MeetingPlace Express VT server and hence I have the following questions:-
Q1) My understanding the difference between MeetingPlace Express VT vs MeetingPlace Express is MeetingPlace Express VT can't have schedules, while the normal MeetingPlace Express can.
If this is the case, since my customer currently has a VT system, is there any way we can 'upgrade' and change it to a normal MeetingPlace Express system so that it can have 'scheduling'??
Q2) In terms of 'scheduling', how is it calculated on MeetingPlace Express server?? Does it needs any 'special Cisco Part codes' or is it just determined by whether any 'free ports' are available??
Also, say at the time when an user wants to schedule a conference, does the MeetingPlace Express server simply adds up 'all the ports', or is it based by type i.e. voice ports??
If at the time, an user wants to schedule a new meeting with 5 users. But at that moment, only 4 voice ports are free, together with 6 Video ports & 6 Web ports are free (so a total of 16 ports free based on the 3 types of ports).
Would this allow the user to schedule the meeting?? Or it won't because there is only 4 voice ports that are free??
Would be great if anyone could shed some light on this as I have spent a lot of time on this already but couldn't get anywhere.