LifeSize® Multipoint 230™ Installation Guide

LifeSize® Multipoint 230™ Installation Guide
LifeSize® Multipoint 230™
Installation Guide
October 2009
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CONTENTS
About This Manual
1
2
Related Documentation
v
Conventions Used in this Manual
v
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Functionality
About the LifeSize Multipoint 230
1
Main Features
2
Call Capacity
5
High Definition Downspeeding
6
About LifeSize Multipoint 230 Architecture
6
About LifeSize Multipoint 230 Topologies
Centralized Topology
Cascaded Conferences
6
6
6
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Platform Overview
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis Main Features
Front and Rear Views of the LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis
9
9
10
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Media Blade Panel Features
11
Shelf Manager
Shelf Manager Main Features
Shelf Manager Panel Features
12
13
13
Contents
iii
3
4
iv
How to Perform Initial LifeSize Multipoint 230
Configuration
Initial Configuration and Boot Phases
15
Setting the IP Address for Both Blades
16
Setting Ethernet Speed and Duplex Parameters
18
Changing the Global User Name and Password
19
Accessing the LifeSize Multipoint Interface
20
Cable Connections and Pin-outs
9-Pin Serial Port Terminal Cable
21
RJ-45 8-Pin IP Network Port
100 Mbps Ethernet
1 Gbps Ethernet
22
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 Installation Guide describes how to install,
configure, and monitor the LifeSize Multipoint 230.
RELATED
DOCUMENTATION
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 documentation set is available on the LifeSize
CD-ROM supplied with the product and includes manuals and online helps. The
manuals are in PDF format.
Note You require Adobe Acrobat Reader version 6.0 or later to open the PDF
files. You can download Acrobat Reader free of charge from www.adobe.com.
CONVENTIONS
USED IN THIS
MANUAL
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 is sometimes referred to as “the LifeSize
Multipoint” in this manual. This manual uses the following conventions:
Convention
Description
Blue Headings in Upper Case Level 1 headings introducing major sections.
Pointing hand icon introduces a procedure.
orange link
Live links appear in orange.
About This Manual
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LIFESIZE MULTIPOINT 230
FUNCTIONALITY
About the LifeSize Multipoint 230 on page 1
Main Features on page 2
Call Capacity on page 5
High Definition Downspeeding on page 5
About LifeSize Multipoint 230 Architecture on page 6
About LifeSize Multipoint 230 Topologies on page 6
ABOUT THE
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 enables multimedia, multiparty collaboration in
applications such as group conferencing, distance learning, training and video
telephony. The LifeSize Multipoint 230 supports multimedia, multiparty
communications in the board room, at the desktop, in the home, or on the road
over wireless.
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 provides core IP-centric functionality, a wide range
of layouts, powerful audio and video transcoding, support of web-initiated data
collaboration, and software upgradeable technology. The system can be fully
customized according to the needs of the administrator.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Functionality
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Main Features
MAIN FEATURES
2
Table 1-1
Summary of LifeSize Multipoint 230 Features
Feature
Description
Superior video processing
Video and audio processing is carried out
per user rather than per conference. Each
user connects using unique, optimized
audio and video settings to enjoy the best
audio and video quality supported by their
endpoint and network, without affecting
the other participants in a conference.
Seamless interoperability
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 is built on the
strong foundation of the LifeSize H.323
and SIP software, ensuring full compliance
and unmatched interoperability with IP and
ISDN networks.
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 enables H.323
and SIP devices to participate in the same
conference session.
When used with the LifeSize Gateway, the
LifeSize Multipoint also enables ISDN and
V.35 wireless devices to participate in the
same conference session.
Intuitive web-based management and
control
Both the LifeSize Multipoint 230 system
and actual conference sessions are
managed, configured, and dynamically
modified through an intuitive, web-based
interface that offers easy, high-level
conference control and administrative
flexibility for an enhanced user experience.
Unlimited number of conferences
The number of supported conferences is
limited only by half the port.
In-meeting indicators
A range of messages and icons are
displayed on the endpoint monitor during
conferences when certain operations occur,
including when a participant joins or leaves
a conference, an audio-only participant
speaks, and a participant’s personal video
layout changes.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Installation Guide
Main Features
Feature
Description
Personal layouts per participant
Fully customizable personal video layouts
for each conference participant.
Single LAN connection
Only a single Ethernet connection is
required for the entire LifeSize Multipoint
230 system. The connection is via the
upper blade.
The upper Media Blade manages the
platform, including call signaling and
processing, application interface, network
management, and audio and video
processing. The lower Media Blade
functions as the slave.
Snapshot files for Customer Support
One-click creation of a file of bundled logs
and configuration files which you can send
to LifeSize Customer Support for
debugging.
Supported protocols
H.323 version 4
SIP RFC 3261 for the Session
Initiation Protocol
H.243 for conference control
RFC 2833 for in-band DTMF
with SIP
H.281 for far end camera control
(FECC)
H.235 for IP-based media
encryption
H.239 for standard simultaneous
transmission of live video and
presentation sharing feeds.
SDP (RFC 3264, 2327)
H.320
Note The LifeSize Multipoint supports
calls from H.323 and SIP endpoints in the
same conference. Call signaling is handled
on all ports regardless of the protocol type.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Functionality
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Main Features
Feature
Audio transcoding codecs
Unmatched video quality
Security and privacy
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Description
G.711 A/µ Law
G.722
G.722.1
Siren 14/G.722.1 C
G.729 A and B
The LifeSize Multipoint delivers
exceptionally high quality video and audio
processing, using latest industry standards
and upgradeable DSP chip software.
The LifeSize Multipoint achieves the best
video quality by supporting the following
video capabilities:
High definition and standard
definition participants in the
same conference.
H.263 and H.264 in the same
conference
A choice of 20 layouts
Up to 12Mbps on each stream
without affecting capacity
Resolutions from CIF to 1080p in
the same conference
VGA, SVGA, XGA (supported
for presentation channel only)
Administrator and operator
password protection for
accessing the LifeSize Multipoint
web interface.
Optional PIN protection for
joining a conference and web
access.
Additional PIN protection for
conference Moderator Control.
The LifeSize Multipoint uses
H.235-based encryption to
achieve secure communication
with endpoints that support this
standard.
Call Capacity
CALL CAPACITY
Feature
Description
In-conference control using DTMF or
H.243
During a conference, participants may use
their endpoint remote control or keypad to
perform actions such as mute, volume
control, changing video layouts and
inviting participants. Users interact with
the LifeSize Multipoint via DTMF
signaling or the on-screen GUI of
H.243-compliant endpoints.
Optional no self see
The NSS (no self see) is enabled by
default. There is a hidden advanced
command for disabling it. This feature
enables more effective use of the video
screen.
Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
messages
The LifeSize Multipoint includes
pre-recorded greetings to conference
participants and announcements as each
new participant joins the conference. You
can record messages to provide custom
greetings and announcements.
The LifeSize Multipoint provides a flat capacity of 30 ports, regardless of the call
bit rate or resolution. Each video call consumes a single port.
High Definition calls can connect at up to 1080p at 30fps.
Enhanced Definition calls can connect at up to 4CIF/352p at 30fps.
In some cases, the frame rate of calls using 4CIF might drop but not to less than
15fps.
HIGH DEFINITION
DOWNSPEEDING
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 supports a dynamic port capacity that enables extra
calls to be connected even after maximum call capacity is reached. By
downspeeding existing 1080p calls to 720p, the LifeSize Multipoint can accept
additional calls within a single meeting.
LifeSize Multipoint 1080p transmission is asymmetric (1080p TX, 720p RX).
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About LifeSize Multipoint 230 Architecture
ABOUT LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
ARCHITECTURE
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 enables both voice-only and video conference calls
for H.323, SIP, H.320 and regular PSTN network phones. H.323 and SIP devices
can connect to a conference directly through the LifeSize Multipoint 230. Other
devices such as phones and video conferencing terminals (H.320) can connect to
a conference via a gateway, such as the LifeSize Gateway.
The LifeSize Multipoint supports devices that can send and receive video
streams, as well as those that cannot send but only receive video streams. This
means that terminals without a video camera or video capturing capabilities can
participate in a conference as voice-only participants while benefiting from
seeing the other participants.
ABOUT LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
TOPOLOGIES
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 can work in a centralized or cascaded topology.
This section describes these two options.
Centralized Topology on page 6
Cascaded Conferences on page 6
CENTRALIZED
TOPOLOGY
In a centralized topology, the LifeSize Multipoint performs media processing for
all connected terminals, regardless of their location. The LifeSize Multipoint can
handle multiple conferences simultaneously.
CASCADED
CONFERENCES
The LifeSize Multipoint allows you to combine two or more conferences
resulting in a larger conference with many more participants. This is called
cascading. Cascading creates a distributed environment that helps reduce the
drain on network resources. In addition, the processing resources required by the
LifeSize Multipoint are distributed between participating MCUs. Costly phone or
ISDN line usage can be further reduced with the mediation of a gateway.
Cascading occurs when one conference with “x” number of participants invites
another conference with “y” number of participants. The two conferences
effectively become one large conference. The bandwidth required across a
cascaded conference link is only that of one audio/video stream between the two
conferences. This is significantly less than the accumulated bandwidth of all the
participants. Each separate LifeSize Multipoint participating in a conference
retains control of its individual conference resources and participants.
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LIFESIZE MULTIPOINT 230 PLATFORM
OVERVIEW
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 platform is a high performance, multi-functional
chassis that supports mix-and-match functionality. This highly configurable and
scalable design provides maximum flexibility for configuring platforms to meet a
wide variety of functional and performance application requirements.
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 platform includes these components:
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 chassis
Two LifeSize Multipoint Media Blades
A LifeSize Shelf Manager
We describe each component in these sections:
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis on page 9
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Media Blade Panel Features on page 12
Shelf Manager on page 13
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
CHASSIS
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
CHASSIS MAIN
FEATURES
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis Main Features on page 9
Front and Rear Views of the LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis on page 10
The LifeSize Multipoint 230 chassis is a 3U chassis which can hold two LifeSize
Multipoint 230 Media Blades and a shelf manager.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Platform Overview
9
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis
The upper LifeSize Multipoint functions as the master blade, providing the single
management interface and controlling both blades in the chassis. The LAN
connection is via the upper blade. The lower LifeSize Multipoint functions as the
slave.
Table 2-1
Chassis Main Features
Field replaceable units (FRUs)
All boards, Power Supply Units and fan
drawers are field replaceable units
Hot swap
All FRUs are hot-swappable—removing or
replacing an FRU (except a Power Supply
Unit) does not affect the operation of other
FRUs.
Grounding and electrostatic discharge
Cooling
Power supply
FRONT AND REAR
VIEWS OF THE
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
CHASSIS
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The chassis includes an external
GND 4mm stud, as per the TUV
requirement.
The chassis includes 4mm
banana jacks for a 4.5mm plug or
a standard 0.166" plug, as per the
PICMG 3.0 specification.
The chassis supports a single failed fan in
the fan tray.
Default AC power supply as the
default choice.
Universal 90-264 VAC power
ports.AC power entry includes
regular IEC320-C14 filtered AC
inlet and double pole switch
located in the rear.
Thermal shutdown if the unit
heats up beyond its limits.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Chassis
Figure 2-1
Chassis Front Panel
MEDIA BLADE
RESET
HOT SWAP
STATUS
MEDIA BLADE
RESET
HOT SWAP
STATUS
STATUS
FAN ALARM-L
FAN ALARM-R
PWR ALARM
Figure 2-2
CONTROL BLADE
Chassis Rear Panel
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Platform Overview
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LifeSize Multipoint 230 Media Blade Panel Features
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230
MEDIA BLADE
PANEL FEATURES
Figure 2-3
Media Blade Front Panel
1
2
4
5
6
MEDIA BLADE
RESET
HOT SWAP
STATUS
3
Table 2-2
12
Media Blade Panel Features
Component
Description
1
STATUS LED
Lights green to indicate normal operation. Lights red to
indicate that an error has occurred and that the Media
Blade requires resetting.
2
Serial connector
A DB-9 connector that allows you to connect a PC
terminal for local configuration, maintenance and
debugging.
3
100/1000 BASE-T
Ethernet connectors
RJ-45 connectors that provide the primary LAN
connection for the IP network port.
4
Ethernet connector
Link/Activity LEDs
The top part of each Ethernet connector contains two LED
indicators. The right LED lights green when the local IP
network link is active. The left LED lights green if the
connection speed reaches 1000 Mbps, and lights orange if
the connection speed reaches 100 Mbps.
5
RESET button
Allows you to reset the Media Blade manually.
6
HOT SWAP LED
Lights blue when the latches of the board are unlocked and
it is safe to remove the board from the chassis, and during
reset. Goes off when the board is completely detached.
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Shelf Manager
SHELF MANAGER
Shelf Manager Main Features on page 13
Shelf Manager Panel Features on page 13
SHELF MANAGER
MAIN FEATURES
The shelf manager administers the chassis and its component power supply units,
fans and boards.
Shelf manager functionality includes:
Monitoring chassis temperature
Controlling fan speed
Providing alarm indications to the upper Media Blade over the Ethernet
via the LifeSize Multipoint 230 chassis backplane
SHELF MANAGER
PANEL FEATURES
Figure 2-4
Shelf Manager Front Panel
STATUS
FAN ALARM-L
FAN ALARM-R
PWR ALARM
Table 2-3
CONTROL BLADE
Shelf Manager Panel Features
Component
Description
STATUS LED
Lights green to indicate normal operation.
FAN ALARM - L LED
Lights red if the tacho-speed in one or more
fans in the left fan tray falls below
900 rpm.
FAN ALARM - R LED
Lights red if the tacho-speed in one or more
fans in the right fan tray falls below
900 rpm.
PWR ALARM LED
Lights red if there is a failure in one of the
AC power supplies.
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Platform Overview
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Shelf Manager
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HOW TO PERFORM INITIAL LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT 230 CONFIGURATION
Initial Configuration and Boot Phases on page 15
Setting the IP Address for Both Blades on page 16
Setting Ethernet Speed and Duplex Parameters on page 18
Changing the Global User Name and Password on page 19
Accessing the LifeSize Multipoint Interface on page 20
INITIAL
CONFIGURATION
AND BOOT PHASES
Initial monitoring and administration of the LifeSize Multipoint are performed
from a remote PC via a serial connection using a terminal emulation application,
such as HyperTerminal. This allows you to access the boot configuration menu of
the LifeSize Multipoint. At power-up, the LifeSize Multipoint goes through the
following boot phases:
Auto-boot—The embedded operating system initializes and displays
basic information.
Configuration menu—A 10-second countdown allows you to enter the
configuration menu.
How to Perform Initial LifeSize Multipoint 230 Configuration
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Setting the IP Address for Both Blades
Initialization—The LifeSize Multipoint completes its boot sequence and
is ready for operation.
Note You can perform serial port configuration of the LifeSize Multipoint only
at startup, during a short period indicated by a 10-second countdown. Once the
initialization phase is complete, the only way you can access the configuration
menu is by restarting the LifeSize Multipoint.
SETTING THE IP
ADDRESS FOR
BOTH BLADES
You use the serial port on the LifeSize Multipoint front panel to assign a new IP
address to your LifeSize Multipoint. You must assign the IP address before you
connect the LifeSize Multipoint to the network.
Before You Begin
Gather these items to assign an IP address to the LifeSize Multipoint:
Dedicated IP address for the two Media Blades
Dedicated subnet mask for the LifeSize Multipoint
IP address of the default router the LifeSize Multipoint uses to
communicate over the network
PC with available serial port and terminal emulator software installed
Serial cable
Procedure
1
Connect the serial cable from the PC terminal to the serial port on the
front panel of the upper Media Blade.
2
Connect the power cable.
3
Start the terminal emulation application on the PC.
4
Set the communication settings in the terminal emulation application on
the PC as follows:
Baud rate: 9600
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Flow control: None
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Setting the IP Address for Both Blades
5
Turn on the power to the LifeSize Multipoint.
A log of the auto-boot events and a VxWorks banner scrolls across the
computer monitor.
6
When the message “Press any key to start configuration” appears on the
screen, press any key twice within 10 seconds.
The network configuration Main menu appears:
Main menu
N: Configure default network port values
P: Change the configuration software password
S: Configure network security level
T: Configure TFTP servers list
A: Advanced configuration menu
Q: Quit
Caution If you do not press a key before the countdown ends, the device
continues its initialization and you will need to reboot the device to return to
the network configuration Main menu.
7
Enter N at the prompt to configure default network port values and press
Enter.
8
Enter 2 to change the network configuration.
9
Enter the IP address you want to assign to the LifeSize Multipoint, at the
Enter IP address for default interface prompt, and press Enter.
Caution Do not use leading zeros in the IP address.
10
Enter the IP address you want to assign to the Secondary Media Blade at
the Enter IP address 2 prompt and press Enter.
Caution Do not use leading zeros in the IP address.
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Setting Ethernet Speed and Duplex Parameters
11
Enter the IP address of the router associated with the segment in which
the unit will be installed at the Enter Default Router IP Address prompt
and press Enter.
Caution Do not use leading zeros in the IP address.
12
Enter the subnet mask without leading zeros at the Enter IP Mask for
default device prompt and then press Enter.
To use the default mask of 255.255.0.0, press Enter.
SETTING ETHERNET
SPEED AND
DUPLEX
PARAMETERS
13
Press Enter in the next prompts.
14
Press Y to save the new configuration.
15
Press Q to quit the configuration menu.
16
Allow the unit to complete the reboot process. A new emulator session
begins.
17
Close the terminal emulator session.
Use the serial port to set the Ethernet speed and duplex parameters that you want
the LifeSize Multipoint to use.
Procedure
1
Access the LifeSize Multipoint through the serial port and start the
terminal emulator session.
Note If the LifeSize Multipoint is already running, you need to reboot or
restart the device.
2
When the message “Press any key to start configuration” appears on the
screen, press any key within 10 seconds.
The network configuration Main menu appears.
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Changing the Global User Name and Password
3
Enter A at the prompt to display the Advanced Configuration menu, and
press Enter.
The Advanced Configuration menu appears.
4
Enter 3 at the prompt to select “Change LAN port Settings”, and press
Enter.
5
Enter the appropriate number or letter at the prompt for one of these
options:
1 - 100Mbps Half Duplex
2 - 100Mbps Full Duplex
3 - Auto Negotiation
Other - Quit
Note We recommend that you select “3 - Auto Negotiation”.
6
Press Enter.
The network configuration Main menu appears.
7
Do one of the following:
Enter the letter for the set of parameters that you want to configure.
Enter Q to save your changes and allow the device to complete the
boot process.
CHANGING THE
GLOBAL USER
NAME AND
PASSWORD
You can change the global user name and password that the LifeSize Multipoint
uses. You use this user name and password to access the configuration web page
for the LifeSize Multipoint. The user name and password are required for these
tasks:
Starting a Telnet session to monitor the LifeSize Multipoint
Upgrading the LifeSize Multipoint software
Uploading Interactive Voice Response (IVR) messages to LifeSize
Multipoint configuration memory
The default global user name is admin. The default password is password.
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Accessing the LifeSize Multipoint Interface
Procedure
1
Start a terminal emulator session as described in the Setting the IP
Address for Both Blades.
2
Enter P at the prompt.
3
Enter the name that you want to use as the global user name at the Enter
User name prompt, and press Enter.
4
Enter the password that you want to use at the Password prompt, and
press Enter.
The network configuration Main menu appears.
5
Do one of the following:
Enter the letter for the set of parameters that you want to configure.
Enter Q to save your changes and allow the device to complete the
boot process.
ACCESSING THE
LIFESIZE
MULTIPOINT
INTERFACE
Procedure
1
Launch your browser and enter the IP address or the name of the
LifeSize Multipoint followed.
2
Enter the Administrator user name and password in the appropriate
fields and select Go.
The default global user name is admin. The default password is
password.
If you try to sign in as an Administrator and another Administrator is
currently signed in, the LifeSize Multipoint signs you in as a Read only user.
The words “Read Only” appear at the top of the window and a pop-up
displays the IP address of the Administrator already signed in. Read only
users cannot edit LifeSize Multipoint settings.
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CABLE CONNECTIONS AND PIN-OUTS
9-Pin Serial Port Terminal Cable on page 21
RJ-45 8-Pin IP Network Port on page 22
9-PIN SERIAL PORT
TERMINAL CABLE
Table 4-1 describes the pin-to-pin configuration of the RS-232 terminal cable
provided with the LifeSize Multipoint 230.
Table 4-1
RS-232 9-pin D-Type Serial Port Pin-out
Pin
Function
I/O
1
NC
2
RXD
Input
3
TXD
Output
4
NC
5
GND
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
NC
Cable Connections and Pin-outs
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RJ-45 8-Pin IP Network Port
RJ-45 8-PIN IP
NETWORK PORT
100 MBPS ETHERNET
100 Mbps Ethernet on page 22
1 Gbps Ethernet on page 22
Table 4-2 describes the pin-out configuration of the 100 Mbps RJ-45 Ethernet
connector.
Table 4-2
1 GBPS ETHERNET
Pin
Function
I/O
1
TXD+
Output
2
TXD+
Output
3
RXD+
Input
4
NC
5
NC
6
RXD-
7
NC
8
NC
Input
Table 4-2 describes the pin-out configuration of the 1 Gbps RJ-45 Ethernet
connector.
Table 4-3
22
Pin-out Configuration of the 100 Mbps RJ-45 IP Ethernet
Connector
Pin-out Configuration of the 1 Gbps RJ-45 IP Ethernet Connector
Pin
Name
Function
1
BI_DA+
Bi-directional pair A + I/O
2
BI_DA-
Bi-directional pair A -
I/O
3
BI_DB+
Bi-directional pair B +
I/O
4
BI_DC+
Bi-directional pair C +
I/O
LifeSize Multipoint 230 Installation Guide
I/O
RJ-45 8-Pin IP Network Port
Pin
Name
Function
I/O
5
BI_DC-
Bi-directional pair C -
I/O
6
BI_DB-
Bi-directional pair B -
I/O
7
BI_DD+
Bi-directional pair D + I/O
8
BI_DD-
Bi-directional pair D -
I/O
Cable Connections and Pin-outs
23
RJ-45 8-Pin IP Network Port
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