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What models support TIP? I need to multiplex streams.

Does the 5320 support tip?

 

Or does the 7010 only support TIP?

 

 

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VIP Green

You need a TelePresence

You need a TelePresence Server to handle TIP, a MCU will not do it, so yes, you will need a 7010 rather than a 5320.

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VIP Green

You need a TelePresence

You need a TelePresence Server to handle TIP, a MCU will not do it, so yes, you will need a 7010 rather than a 5320.

Wayne
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Apparently you can run TP

Apparently you can run TP server software on a 5320 instead of MCU software:

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/conferencing/telepresence-server/data_sheet_C78-7287571.html

Keep in mind that you will lose some features that are exclusive to the MCU software if you do this.

VIP Green

Thanks for pointing that out

Thanks for pointing that out Nick.  In any case, the OP will need to be running the TelePresence Server software on the device rather than MCU.

For a discussion on the pros and cons of a TelePresence Server vs a MCU, check out https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/12209476/what-difference-between-mcu-cisco-telepresence-server.

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