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a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

I have a setup where we use c90 multi-site option. Is there a way to move a live video conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu. The reason for this is that there may be a 5 participating in the video conference and c90 can only manage 4 (3 + itself). I do not know if there is a need for the 5 participating before video conference starts and I have no ports on the 5320 MCU to run all video conference with this

Does anyone know a solution to this?

Best regards

Jesper

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a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

Check out:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/endpoint/codec-c-series/tc6/api_reference_guide/codec-c90-api-reference-guide-tc62.pdf

xCommand Call UnattendedTransfer

Transfers an ongoing call to another participant. The CallID is returned when the xCommand Dial command is run. During the call you can run the xStatus Call command to see the CallId. Fully supported for SIP calls only.

Requires user role: USER

Parameters:

CallId(r): <0..65534> Number(r): < 0="">

Example:

xCommand Call UnattendedTransfer CallId: 2 Number: destination@example. com

*r TransferUriResult (status=OK): ** end

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a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

Not directly. (and getting more MCU resources is not a bad idea neither :-)

You have the option to use multiwaty which is made to escalate call from the endpoint to the mcu

(would also require a VCS to be used).

But this is an exclusive feature towards multisite, only one can be active.

So there is no build out of the box functionality.

Depending on how you expect this to happen with some programming skills and

a control system you could utilize the API of the C90 and/or the MCU to archive what you want.

* you should be able to detect that a 5th call coming in

* you can get a list of all participants on the c90

* tc6 has a call transfer option, transfer all calls to the mcu

* or let the mcu make new calls to the known participants.

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a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

hi Martin,

Thanks for your reply

I have some programming experience but not to C90 or 5320 MCU

We use Crestron boxes to control the c90. So we can use the api interface in c90. You have not an idea of ​​what api commands in tc6 to be used to transfer all calls from a c90 to a 5320 mcu?

Best regards

Jesper

a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

You might be able to find something in the Crestron section at the Cisco Telepresence AV Integrator Zone;

https://developer.cisco.com/web/telepresence-developer/home

/jens

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a way to move conference from c90 over to 5320 mcu

Check out:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/endpoint/codec-c-series/tc6/api_reference_guide/codec-c90-api-reference-guide-tc62.pdf

xCommand Call UnattendedTransfer

Transfers an ongoing call to another participant. The CallID is returned when the xCommand Dial command is run. During the call you can run the xStatus Call command to see the CallId. Fully supported for SIP calls only.

Requires user role: USER

Parameters:

CallId(r): <0..65534> Number(r): < 0="">

Example:

xCommand Call UnattendedTransfer CallId: 2 Number: destination@example. com

*r TransferUriResult (status=OK): ** end

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