I have a small issue as follows: My customer’s using video conference system (MCU 4505 and some QuickSet C20 units). Now they would like to add some mobile sites using laptop to existing system. I plan to advise them to use Jabber solution. As I read in datasheet, Jabber solution requires Telepresence Management Suite, Telepresence Video Communication Server (including VCS Control and VCS Expressway), user licenses ( 25, 100, etc,) and Jabber software installing in laptop. However, I’m not sure about the components of this solution. Are they enough?
I also think about some other solutions such as Starter Pack Express or ConferenceMe but Starter Pack Express limits the number of users to 25 (my customer requirement is 50), ConferenceMe doesn’t allow to join conference via internet and maximum number of ConferenceMe connections are 12.
Has anyone got a better solution for this requirement?
Please note free jabber infrastructure located in public network so if customer has restrict firewall control for SIP signal and/or UDP media between local network and public network, you might face challenge for security policy management.
If customer is looking for 50+ mobility solution, should investigate Jabber Video with VCS, TMS and TMSPE.
VCS Expressway Starter Pack has limitation of 50 registration and 25 simultaneous call.
Cisco VCS Starter Pack Express. The Starter Pack Express is suitable for small enterprises. It provides device provisioning for a range of endpoint device types, including Movi users, without the need for Cisco TMS. It also includes Expressway and FindMe functionality. The following license restrictions apply to the Starter Pack Express by default:
5 calls (any combination of traversal and non-traversal calls); extra call license option keys can be added if required
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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.