I posted awhile about my concerns in the CISCO IP Communicator. I managed to install the IP Communicator in my officemate's laptop, but whenever I call the CISCO 7945 using the ip communicator, my voice could be heard by the person that I'm calling but I couldn't heard the other end of the line. I was told before here in this forum that an RTP Session is required in each direction between these devices. I would like to know the ff.
How can I use the RTP session? I saw it our CISCO 7945 handsets that in the Settings >> Device Configuration >> Network Configuration >> RTP Control Protocol is Disabled. Should I have it enabled? Is this done in the CISCO Call Manager?
We are planning to use VPN on the laptops to call our office using the ip communicator whenever we are on travel and since I am experiencing problems in our ip communicator installation, we can't use this at the moment
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the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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