I just purchased and setup two C90s . Calling to other endpoints or inside my network between these two I only get an audio call. I have gone over everything 100 times and I just cant seem to find the issue. I have used the C series codecs for years and have not seen anything like this before. It will not push a presentation either.
What is the bandwidth the codec is trying to use to make the call with, is the other codec trying to use a lower call rate or a VCS in the mix that might be limiting the bandwidth? I assume when you're trying to call the other C90, that there is no other active call, forcing any additional call to use the audio only port. If the codec is only making an audio only call, you won't be able to send presentation.
I have put these two all by themselves on a small network and am trying back and forth between the two with no other influence . Yes , they are acting just like a unit without multisite that is already in an active call.
They are both set to 4 meg and they are the only devices on that network. There is one caveat and I havnt mentioned it because I have done it a thousand times and it never mattered . I am not using the Cisco camera with camera control and I do have the error for no camera attached.
I have seen this tons of times in the past and it didnt matter at all. I usually hook a high end camera into the HD/SDI input for what I use these for.
These are older "Tanberg" branded codecs tho and I am wondering if it puts the units into a state where they cant make a video call ? I looked for some API command to disable such a thing if it existed and found nothing. Im dying here.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.