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Regarding Quick set C20

Dear Experts!!!!

I need a solution for video conference for connecting 20 locations with Quick set C20

At a time, i want two parties only can talk????

Will you suggest me what are all the technical part codes required for this solution and what is the bandwidth required for each location??

Is we need to have CUCM for this solution or standalone will work????

Regards,

Janardhan

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Regarding Quick set C20

Hi Janardhan,

Please find answers on your one of discussion

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3618184#3618184

If you don't want to use SIP or Gatekeepr call, then you would not required CUCM.

Thanks,

Vivek

Regarding Quick set C20

Hi Janardhan

You dont need to have CUCM for your scheme.

You need  select required  MCU with necessary number of ports.

For 20 endpoins may be MCU4510.

Br. Oleksandr

br Oleksandr
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Re: Regarding Quick set C20

Purchasing a MCUwould be the best for your requirements.

An MCU would also give extra functionally such as a basic Gatekeeper.

Also the bandwidth you would need for each site would depend on the call speed you select.

When using a MCU you have the ability to call different site at different bandwidths (64kbps to 4Mbps) all from the same conference, which means you can match the call speeds to your individual sites capabilities.

MCU Data Sheet

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/ps7060/ps11305/ps11317/ps11341/data_sheet_c78-627482.html

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