No. I mean call stats like dropped packets, codec, video resolution etc. I heard from my Cisco SE that Cisco doesn't have any immediate plans to implement this feature, which I think is a terrible oversight. How are we supposed to troubleshoot with call stats? Even an IP phone has ability to do that.
No, that doesn't really help. Every other TelePresnce endpoint Cisco makes gives you the ability to view call stats from the device. It's a big oversight that Cisco has left this out of Jabber for Windows.
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