Scopia XT5000 Endpoint with embedded Server for IP Office

Scopia XT5000 Endpoint with embedded Server for IP Office
Gatekeeper Settings
Scopia XT5000 Endpoint with
embedded Server for IP Office
1. Set the Use Gatekeeper to No.
2.Then select Done.
Quick Setup Guide
CAUTION: Make sure all units are
switched off whenever connecting
or disconnecting devices.
System Installation and Activation
1. Connect all cables to the XT Endpoint Codec Unit (see overleaf).
The Power supply must be connected after all other connections
have been established.
2.Turn on the TV monitors. The monitor on HDMI1 is mandatory, while
the monitor on HDMI2 is optional.
3.Make sure the remote control has batteries installed.
4.Verify the LED on the front panel of the Codec Unit is turned on.
5.If the codec unit does not turn on automatically, press the
button on
the remote control.
6.The main menu appears on the monitors.
Product Registration
Country and Language
of Interface
1. The System Name field displays
the name of this Codec Unit as
displayed in a videoconference,
for example:
• Hong Kong, or
Register the XT
with IP Office
1. Set Configure > General > Show
Advanced Settings to Yes
2. Select Configure > Advanced >
Protocols > SIP (default PIN for
Advanced configuration is 1234)
• 9th Floor Conf Rm
Moving the Camera
1. On the main menu, navigate to
Control Camera using the arrow keys
and press OK.
2.Use the arrow keys to move the camera to the preferred position.
3.Repeat the procedure if you have a
second camera installed.
4.Press Back when done.
1. Open the envelope that came with the XT Endpoint.
2.Locate the serial number and product key.
3.On a computer, open a browser and navigate to
4.Complete the online registration form and enter the serial number
and product key. The web registration form returns a license key.
5.Write down the license key and enter it when required by the system.
The Avaya Video Collaboration Solution for IP Office is designed specifically
for small and midsize enterprise customers who want to take advantage
of the benefits desktop, mobile and room-based video collaboration can
provide to their business. The solution integrates Avaya IP Office with Scopia
videoconferencing technology to help customers drive greater productivity,
improve customer service, and control costs.
2.Use the remote control keypad to
type the name. Press OK to toggle
letters or numbers and lower/upper case.
3.Select the Country and preferred Language.
4.Then select Next.
3.Change the SIP settings as follows:
a. User: Set this to match the extension
number of the IP Office user
configured on the IP Office system.
b. Authentication Name: Set this
to match the Name set on the
IP Office user.
Graphics and
Image Setup
c. Authentication Password: Set this
to match the Login Code set on the
IP Office user.
If all the sides of the triangles
1 and 2 are visible on your monitor,
select next.
1. Otherwise, press 1 to adjust the
position of the top left corner.
2.Use the arrow keys to move the
selected triangle until it is fully
visible on your monitor.
Press OK when done.
3. Press 2 to adjust the position of the
bottom right corner.
4.Repeat the procedure using the
5.Press OK and Next when done.
d. Use SIP Registrar: Set to Yes.
e. Registrar DNS Name: Set to the
IP Office system’s IP address
or FQDN.
f. Use SIP Proxy: Set to Yes.
g. Proxy DNS Name: Set to the IP
Office system’s IP address or FQDN.
i. Transport Outbound Call: Set this
to UDP.
j. UDP/TCP Listening Port: Set this to
match the IP Office system setting.
The default is 5060.
Package Content:
h. Proxy Model: Leave this set to Auto.
k. TLS: set this to No
4.Select Save.
Network Settings
1. Enter your network settings.
Please note that we strongly
recommend using a static
IP address.
2.If you prefer using Automatic IP
settings then select Next.
Install XT Desktop server
1. Download the Scopia XT Desktop Server software from the link
provided in the Customer Letter.
2.Download the Deployment Guide for Scopia XT Desktop from the link
provided in the customer letter and follow the instructions.
3.Install the Scopia XT Desktop Server on a dedicated PC server
(Windows Server 2008/2012).
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document for details about IP Office configuration.
Scopia XT5000 Codec Unit
DVI-I to VGA converter
Scopia XT Premium Camera
Scopia XT 3-ways Microphone POD
Scopia XT Remote Control Unit
Base Camera kit: 2.5m triple camera
cable, including power, VISCA and
Cable LAN 4mt
Cable HDMI M/M, 2.5M
Power Supply and power cable
3-ways Microphone POD cable
Remote Control Batteries
Premium Camera
Scopia XT5000 Endpoint with
embedded Server for IP Office
Make sure to
connect the cable
into the IN
Quick Hardware Setup
Package Content:
Codec Unit
Remote Control
Analog or digital
media device
Scopia XT Premium Camera
3-way Microphone POD
Please set the system
selector on the back
of the camera to 7.
Remote Control Unit and Batteries
Codec Unit Camera Cable
CAUTION: the mains
cable is used as a
disconnecting device,
use therefore an easily
accessible outlet
located near the
device for the power
supply connection.
Never remove the
mains plug while the
device is connected.
HDMI Cable
3-way Microphone POD cable
Ethernet Cable for LAN, 4m
Power Supply and Power Cable
DVI-I to VGA converter for PCs with VGA output only
Radvision Optional –
Not Included Accessories
Scopia XT5000
Codec Unit
Analog/Optical Audio
DVI to DVI Cable
Audio Cable. Both sockets on the unit
are dual purpose. They accept either
an analog 3.5mm MiniJack cable or
an optical Toslink cable with a Toslink
mini-plug adapter. Optical digital audio
format is S/PDIF
Optional Premium Camera to be connected to DVI input
Optional 2nd 3-way microphone POD
HDMI Cable for Mon2
Ethernet Cable for LAN
VGA cable
Optional Premium Camera
CAUTION: Make sure all units are
switched off whenever connecting
or disconnecting devices.
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