When scheduling meetings using TMSXE, the email confirmation has a field labled Video Address. In a multipoint meeting, this is the number from the range of DN's assigned to the TP server. In a point to point meeting, this seems to be radom based upon which endpoint TMS elected as the Video Conference Master.
In a MP situation, the Video Address can be used by parties not orginally invited to the meetings. However, this seems to add a level of confusion in p2p calls. My customer has a mix of CTS, TX, EX and MX endpoints, and if a EX system is designated as the Video Address, then that endpint could certainly use it's multisite functionality if a third endpoint were to call the video address and bridge everybody. This is not the case if a CTS or TX endpoint is shown as the Video Address.
Is there a way to control which endpoint in a p2p call is listed as the Video Address?
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