Cisco TelePresence Administering TE Endpoints on CUCM

Cisco TelePresence Administering TE Endpoints on CUCM
Cisco TelePresence Endpoints running TE6 and Cisco Unified Communications Manager 9.0
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Introduction
Endpoint configuration
CUCM configuration
Getting Started Guide
Setting passwords
Appendices
Getting started guide
• Cisco TelePresence EX Series
• Cisco Unified CM
Software versions TE6.x and Cisco Unified CM 9.0
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Table of contents
Introduction.......................................................................... 3
Introduction............................................................................ 4
Prerequisite......................................................................... 4
Before you start................................................................... 4
Supported software versions.............................................. 4
About COP files and device packages................................ 4
Useful links.......................................................................... 4
Endpoint configuration......................................................... 5
How to configure your system............................................... 6
Configuring IP version 4 (IPv4).............................................. 7
Configuring IP version 6 (IPv6).............................................. 8
Setting up provisioning.......................................................... 9
Configuring SIP.................................................................... 10
Setting the call details.......................................................... 11
Setting the system password.............................................. 12
Setting passwords............................................................. 24
Setting the system password on the endpoint....................25
Changing your own system password..............................25
Changing another user’s system password......................25
Setting the menu password on the endpoint......................26
Setting the menu password..............................................26
Appendices........................................................................ 27
How to factory reset the endpoint.......................................28
Understanding Cisco Discovery Protocol on the Cisco
TelePresence endpoints......................................................29
User documentation on the Cisco web site.........................33
Cisco contacts................................................................... 34
CUCM configuration.......................................................... 13
Logging in to Cisco Unified CM Administration................... 14
Creating a SIP profile........................................................... 15
Defining a security profile.................................................... 16
Manual registration of the endpoint..................................... 17
Adding a new device......................................................... 17
Configuring the line number..............................................22
Auto-registration of the endpoint........................................23
Enable auto-registration....................................................23
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Chapter 1
Introduction
This chapter gives an overview of what is important to
know before you start to configure the Cisco Unified
Communications Manager and the TelePresence
endpoints.
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Introduction
This document describes how to deploy Cisco TelePresence
EX Series endpoints on Cisco Unified CM (CUCM).
Prerequisite
Users of this guide should be familiar with configuration of the
Cisco Unified CM and Cisco TelePresence endpoints.
This document does not describe the new features that come
with TE6.0, or other features for the endpoints. Refer to the EX
Series Administrator Guide:
Cisco TelePresence EX Series Administrator Guide
This document does not describe configuration of the CUCM
such as voice mail, shared lines, call forward, etc. Refer to the
user documentation:
Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CallManager)
Before you start
About COP files and device packages
In most cases a factory reset of the endpoint is not needed
before provisioning it to the Cisco Unified CM. But, in some
cases it is recommended to factory reset the endpoint before
provisioning:
Until the CUCM device packages are updated with the TE6
software you will need to download a firmware COP file. Also,
make sure to download the correct device package for the
CUCM. These files are available for download on the Cisco
web site.
• When the system has been used with Cisco TelePresence
Management Suite (TMS), or a similar system.
• When the system is re-deployed to another user.
• When changing the security configuration.
• When moving the system to another security environment.
Factory reset is described in the Appendices section. Refer to
"How to factory reset the endpoint" on page 28.
Firmware COP file
• The firmware COP file is downloaded from the Cisco
support page.
Cisco Unified CM Device Package versions:
• Release 8.6.2(23047)
• Release 9.0.1(11003)
Supported software versions
Useful links
Before you start, make sure the EX Series endpoints and Cisco
Unified CM have the correct software installed.
User documentation and software download for
EX Series:
• Cisco Unified CM version 8.6.2, or higher.
• This guide describes the configuration of Cisco Unified
CM 9.0. There might be minor differences in the
configuration if using a previous version of CUCM. See
the user documentation for the specific CUCM version.
• Cisco TelePresence TE6.0.x version for:
• Cisco TelePresence EX90
• Cisco TelePresence EX60
• Cisco TelePresence MultiPoint Switch - CTMS 1.8 or
higher.
http://www.cisco.com/go/ex-docs
User documentation and software download for
Cisco Unified CM:.
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/
ps556/tsd_products_support_series_home.html
Cisco support and software download page:
http://www.cisco.com/cisco/web/support/index.html
• Cisco TelePresence Manager - CTS-MAN 1.8 or higher.
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Chapter 2
Endpoint configuration
This chapter describes the steps required to configure
the TelePresence endpoints for use with Cisco Unified
Communications Manager.
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How to configure your system
The figure below summarize the tasks you must perform
before you can start using your video conference system.
These tasks are described on the following pages.
Setting the IP
parameters
When NOT provisioned
by CUCM
Setting the
SIP parameters
Setting up
CUCM provisioning
Endpoint
Endpoint configuration
configuration
CUCM configuration
Touch
Setting passwords
Appendices
Web
Preparations
Preparations
If no menu is displayed on the Touch controller, tap the
display to wake up the system.
When you know the IP address you can configure the
endpoint from the web interface.
If the system does not wake up:
Finding the IP address
• Make sure the Touch controller is connected to the main
unit.
• Make sure the main unit is connected to power and
switched on.
If the system has just been switched on, wait for a few
minutes to allow the system to start up.
If in doubt, read the Installation guide for your product.
Setting the
date and time
Getting Started Guide
You have to use the Touch controller for the
configurations until you know your system's IP
address.
Tap Settings ( ) > System Information on the Touch
controller. If an IPv4 or IPv6 address is assigned to the
system, you will find it in the Network section.
Signing in to the web interface
1. Open a web browser and enter the system’s IP address in
the address bar.
2. Enter your user name and password and click Sign In.
The default user name is admin with no password set.
If you are not able to connect to the system:
• Make sure the system and computer are connected to
the same network.
Setting passwords
• Make sure the system is switched on.
If the system has just been switched on, wait for a few
minutes to allow the system to start up.
Setting call details
If in doubt, read the Installation guide for your product.
The system is
ready for use
Saving changes
Remember to click the ok button, to the right of each item, to
save the change.
Touch controller or web interface
You can use the Touch controller to configure the system;
alternatively, you can use the system's web interface.
Both methods are described in parallel in this chapter.
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Configuring IP version 4 (IPv4)
If you are using IP version 6 (IPv6), follow the instructions on
the next page instead.
Your video conference system supports both IP version 4
(IPv4) and IP version 6 (IPv6). In both cases, the IP
parameters can be assigned automatically by the network, or
you can set everything manually.
If you want to set the parameters manually please contact
your network administrator to obtain the required parameters.
If your system is provisioned automatically, these
IP settings may be overridden by the provisioning
system.
Endpoint
Endpoint configuration
configuration
CUCM configuration
Touch
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Appendices
Web
If an IPv4 address is already assigned to the system, you will
find it in the NETWORK section on the System Information
page:
Tap Settings (
Getting Started Guide
) > System Information.
Perform the following steps if you want to set or change the
IPv4 settings.
If an IPv4 address is already assigned to the system, you will
find it on the System Information page.
Go to Diagnostics tab and choose System Information.
Perform the following steps if you want to set or change the
IPv4 settings.
1. Choose IP version
1. Choose IP version
Tap Settings ( ) > Administrator > IP & VLAN. Then tap
IPv4 in the IP Version section.
2. Choose automatic or manual IP assignment
Tap DHCP in the IP Assignment section if you want
automatic IP assignment; or Static if you want to set the
IP addresses manually.
If IP Assignment is Static: Enter the IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway, and DNS Server address. A soft keyboard
appears when you tap an input field.
3. Save the settings
Tap Save to save the changes, or Undo to leave without
saving.
Go to the Configuration tab and choose Advanced
Configuration. Then go to the Network 1 settings in the
left sidebar. Choose IPv4 in the IPStack drop down list.
Click ok to save the change.
2. Choose automatic or manual IP assignment
Choose DHCP in the Assignment drop down list if you
want automatic IP assignment; or Static if you want to set
the IP addresses manually. Click ok to save the change.
If IP Assignment is Static: Set the IP addresses
• Go to the IPv4 section and enter the Address,
Gateway and SubnetMask in the corresponding input
fields. Click ok to save each change.
• Go to the DNS section and enter the DNS server
address in the Server 1 Address input field. Click ok
to save the change.
4. Return to the main menu
Tap Exit to return to the home menu.
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Configuring IP version 6 (IPv6)
If you are using IP version 4 (IPv4), follow the instructions on
the previous page instead.
Your video conference system supports both IP version 4
(IPv4) and IP version 6 (IPv6). In both cases, the IP
parameters can be assigned automatically by the network, or
you can set everything manually.
If you want to set the parameters manually please contact
your network administrator to obtain the required parameters.
If your system is provisioned automatically, these
IP settings may be overridden by the provisioning
system.
Endpoint
Endpoint configuration
configuration
CUCM configuration
Touch
If an IPv6 address is already assigned to the system, you will
find it in the NETWORK section on the System Information
page:
Tap Settings (
) > System Information.
Perform the following steps if you want to set or change the
IPv6 settings.
Tap Settings ( ) > Administrator > IP & VLAN. Then tap
IPv6 in the IP Version section.
2. Choose automatic or manual IP assignment
Enter the IP Address and Gateway. A soft keyboard
appears when you tap an input field.
If IP Assignment is Static or Autoconf:
Tap On or Off in the DHCP Options section according
to your network requirements.** If DHCP Options are
switched Off, you must use the web interface to set
the DNS and NTP server addresses.
Autoconf: The system and gateway IP-addresses will be assigned
automatically. The options, e.g. NTP and DNS server addresses,
must be set/assigned according to the DHCP Options setting. **
Static: The system and gateway IP-addresses must be configured
manually. The options, e.g. NTP and DNS server addresses, must
be set/assigned according to the DHCP Options setting. **
Appendices
If an IPv6 address is already assigned to the system, you will
find it on the System Information page.
Go to Diagnostics tab and choose System Information.
Perform the following steps if you want to set or change the
IPv6 settings.
1. Choose IP version
1. Choose IP version
If IP Assignment is Static:
DHCPv6: All IPv6 addresses, including options, are obtained
automatically from a DHCPv6 server.
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Web
Choose DHCPv6, Autoconf or Static in the IP Assignment
section according to your network requirements.*
*) IP Assignment:
Getting Started Guide
3. Save the settings
Tap Save to save the changes, or Undo to leave without
saving.
4. Return to the main menu
Tap Exit to return to the home menu.
**) DHCP Options:
Go to the Configuration tab and choose Advanced
Configuration. Then go to the Network 1 settings in the
left sidebar. Choose IPv6 in the IPStack drop down list.
Click ok to save the change.
2. Choose automatic or manual IP assignment
Scroll down the page to the IPv6 section and choose
DHCPv6, Autoconf or Static in the Assignment drop
down list according to your network requirements.*
Click ok to save the change.
If IP Assignment is Static:
Enter the system IP address in the Address input field
and the gateway address in the Gateway input field.
Click ok to save the change.
If IP Assignment is Static or Autoconf:
Choose On or Off in the DHCPOptions drop down list
according to your network requirements.**
Click ok to save the change.
If DHCPOptions is Off: Configure DNS and NTP
• Go to the DNS section and enter the DNS server
address in the Server 1 Address input field. Click
ok to save the change.
• Open the NetworkServices settings from the left
sidebar and scroll down to the NTP section. Enter
the NTP server address in the Address input
field. Click ok to save the change.
On: The IP parameters, like the DNS and NTP server addresses,
will be obtained automatically from a DHCPv6 server.
Off: The IP parameters, like the DNS and NTP server addresses,
must be set manually.
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Setting up provisioning
(If using a provisioning system)
Provisioning allows video conferencing network
administrators to manage many video systems
simultaneously. In general, you only have to enter the
credentials of the provisioning server to each video system;
the rest of the configuration is done automatically.
Contact your Cisco Unified CM (CUCM) provider if in doubt
for any of the provisioning parameters.
About the External Manager address
If the network does not offer DHCP Option 150, the External
Manager Address must be added manually. Note that any
input in the field will override the setting provided by DHCP.
When the infrastructure is set to Cisco UCM; then CDP (Cisco
Discovery Protocol) will be enabled and if CDP is successful,
the endpoint will discover DHCP Option 150. In this case you
can leave the External Manager Address field blank, as the
DHCP server will provide the address automatically.
Endpoint
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CUCM configuration
Touch
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Web
Start the Provisioning Wizard
Setting up provisioning
If you are connecting the system for the first time, the
Provisioning Wizard will start automatically.
Otherwise, tap Settings (
and then Start.
Getting Started Guide
) > Administrator > Provisioning
1. If required: Enter the IP address or DNS name of the
CUCM provisioning server in the Extermal Manager input
field. A soft keyboard appears when you tap the field.
1. Go to the Configuration tab and choose Advanced
Configuration. Then open the Provisioning settings from
the left sidebar and go to the ExternalManager section.
2. If required: Enter the IP address or DNS name of the
CUCM provisioning server in the external manager
Address input field.
3. Click ok to save the changes.
2. If required: Check the Delete old Certificate Trust List
(CTL) file check box. If no CTL file exist on the endpoint,
this option will not be available.
3. Tap Register to complete the registration, or Cancel to
abort the procedure.
About the CTL file
Normally, you will not delete the old Certificate Trust List
(CTL), but there are few cases were you will need to delete
the file from the endpoint such as:
• When changing the CUCM IP address.
• When moving the endpoint between CUCM clusters.
• When you need to re-generate or change the CUCM
certificate.
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Configuring SIP
(If not set by a provisioning system)
Without a provisioning system, you must configure each
video system individually. As a minimum, you must set the IP
and SIP parameters, and the correct time and date.
Endpoint
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CUCM configuration
Touch
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The SIP settings cannot be set manually from the Touch
controller.
Configuring SIP if not set by a provisioning system
If in doubt for any of the parameters below, contact your
system administrator or your service provider.
1. Go to the Configuration tab and choose Advanced
Configuration. Then open the SIP page from the sidebar
on the left and go to the Profile 1 section.
The TE6.0 software supports only the SIP call
protocol (unlike TC software, which also supports
H.323).
2. Enter the SIP URI in the URI 1 input field, and optionally a
display name in the DisplayName input field. Click ok to
save the change.
You have to use the web interface to configure SIP manually;
these settings are not available on the Touch controller.
3. Choose the preferred transport protocol from the
DefaultTransport drop down list. If you select Auto, the
system will first try to connect using TLS, then TCP, and
finally UDP. Click ok to save the change.
4. Go to the Proxy 1 section. If you want the system to
obtain the SIP proxy address automatically, choose Auto
in the Discovery drop down list; If you choose Manual
enter the proxy Address in the corresponding input field.
Click ok to save the change.
5. If the SIP proxy requires authentication you must enter a
login name and password to authenticate your system.
Go to the Authentication 1 heading and enter the
LoginName and Password in the corresponding input
fields. Click ok to save the change.
Verify SIP registration
Go to the Diagnostics tab and choose System Information
to verify the SIP settings. If successfully registered to
a SIP server the Status will show Registered in the SIP
section.
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Setting the call details
(If not set by a provisioning system)
For deployment with Cisco TelePresence Multipoint
Switch (CTMS), the recommended value is 2500 kbps
or higher.
The auto answer settings provisioned in Cisco Unified
CM is ignored by the endpoint and must be set on the
endpoint itself.
Endpoint
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configuration
CUCM configuration
Touch
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Appendices
Web
If in doubt for any of the parameters below, contact your
system administrator or your service provider.
Tap Settings (
Getting Started Guide
) > Administrator > Call Details.
1. Choose DefaultCall and set the Rate to the appropriate
value. Tap the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons to increase or
decrease the value.
2. Choose Auto Answer section and set appropriate value
for Mode and Mute. Tap the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons
to increase or decrease the value.
If in doubt for any of the parameters below, contact your
system administrator or your service provider.
Go to the Configuration tab and choose Advanced
Configuration. Then open the Conference 1 page from the
sidebar on the left.
1. Go to the DefaultCall section and set the Rate to the
appropriate value.
2. Go to the Auto Answer section and set appropriate value
for Delay, Mode and Mute.
3. Click Ok to save the change.
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Setting the system password
The video system is delivered with a default user account
with full credentials. The user name is admin, and initially, no
password is set for the default user.
Make sure to keep a copy of the password in a safe place.
We strongly recommend that you set a password
for the admin user, and to any other user with
similar credentials, to restrict access to system
configuration.
The system password set on the endpoint must
match the value set in the Cisco Unified CM in order
for the Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-MAN)
to discover the endpoint and provide One Button to
Push scheduling to it. Refer to "Admin Username and
Password" on page 20.
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Perform the following steps to set or change the system
password.
If a password is currently not set, use a blank Current
password. To remove a password, leave the New password
fields blank.
1. Sign in to the web interface with your username and
current password.
2. Click your username in the upper right corner and choose
Change password in the drop down menu.
3. Enter the Current password, the New password, and
repeat the new password in the appropriate input fields.
The password format is a string with 0–64 characters.
4. Click Change password.
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Chapter 3
CUCM configuration
This chapter describes the steps required to configure
the Cisco Unified Communications Manager for
TelePresence endpoints.
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Logging in to Cisco Unified CM
Administration
Open a web browser and enter the host name or IP address of the Cisco
Unified CM and select Cisco Unified Communications Manager from the list
of installed applications.
1. Select Cisco Unified CM Administration from the navigation drop down
list and press Go.
2. Log in with your username and password.
TIP: To bypass the first page and go directly to the Cisco Unified CM
Administration page, you can add ccmadmin in the address bar:
• http://your-cm-server-name/ccmadmin, where your-cmserver-name is the host name of your CUCM.
• Or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/ccmadmin, where xxx is the IP address of
your CUCM.
1) Select Cisco Unified
CM Administration from
the navigation drop
down list and press Go.
2) Log in with your user
name and password.
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Creating a SIP profile
1. Navigate to Device > Device Settings > SIP Profile
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How to create a new SIP Profile
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Device Settings > SIP Profile.
2. Use the search options available on the page, or leave the search field
blank and press Find to list all.
1
Device
3. Locate the file you would like to copy and click the Copy button. This will
take you to the SIP Profile Configuration page.
Device Settings
SIP Profile
You may give the profile a new name, or you can keep the default SIP
profile name. If the latter, you will overwrite the template and use the
modified profile as your default SIP profile.
4. Navigate to the SIP Profile Information section:
2
SDP Session-level Bandwidth Modifier for Early Offer and Re-invites: Set
to TIAS and AS.
Redirect by Application: Enable by checking the check box.
3
Use Fully Qualified Domain Name in SIP Requests: Enable by checking
the check box.
5. Navigate to the Trunk Specific Configuration section:
Allow Presentation Sharing using BFCP: Enable by checking the check
box.
When done, click Apply Config.
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Defining a security profile
If you want to setup the CUCM for encrypted calls, follow the steps below:
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How to create a security profile
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to System > Security > Phone Security Profile
CUCM must operate in mixed mode (cluster security mode) to enable
secure (encrypted) communication.
1
You must define one device security profile for each endpoint type,
and if you want to allow several authentication modes for the same
endpoint type, you must define one profile for each mode.
System
Security
Phone Security Profile
1. Navigate to: System > Security > Phone Security Profile
2. Use the search options available on the page to locate the file.
3. You may Copy an existing profile or choose Add New.
2
4. Navigate to the Phone Security Profile Information section:
Name: Enter a name of the profile.
3
Description: Enter a description (optional).
Device Security Mode: Set to Encrypted.
Transport Type: Set to TLS.
5. Navigate to the Phone Security Profile CAPF Information section:
Authentication Mode: Choose a value from the drop down list.
By Null String: The Certificate Authority Proxy Function (CAPF)
process will start automatically.
By Authentication String: The CAPF process will commence when
the correct authentication code is received from the endpoint.
4
By Existing Certificate (precedence to LSC/MIC): This option can
only be used when a Locally Significant Certificate (LSC) is already
stored on the endpoint, i.e. it cannot be used the first time the CAPF
process runs.
Key-size: Choose the appropriate value from the drop down list.
5
When done, click Save.
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Manual registration of the endpoint
Manual registration of the TelePresence endpoint is required when
the Cisco Unified CM is set to mixed mode (cluster security mode).
Getting Started Guide
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Appendices
Adding a new device.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Phone.
1
Adding a new device
Device
Phone
1. Navigate to Device > Phone.
Add a New Phone (endpoint)
2. Click the Add new button and navigate to the Create a phone using the
phone type or a phone template section:
• From the Phone Type drop down list select the endpoint type.
2
• Click the Next button.
Device Information
3. Navigate to the Device Information section:
MAC Address: Enter the MAC Address of the endpoint.
Device Pool: Choose a Device Pool.
Phone Button Template: Choose a Phone Button Template.
When done, click Save.
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Device
Phone
Protocol Specific Information
4. Navigate to the Protocol Specific Information section:
Device Security Profile: Choose the Device Security Profile you
previously defined.
SIP Profile: Choose the SIP Profile you previously defined.
Certification Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) Information
5. Navigate to the Certification Authority Proxy Function (CAPF) Information
section:
Certificate Operation: Set to Install/Upgrade.
When done, click Save.
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How to configure the product specific configuration layouts for the endpoint.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Phone.
Adding a new device (continued...)
Device
Phone
Product Specific Configuration Layout
If registered to TMS (Cisco TelePresence Management Suite) or
CTSMAN (Cisco TelePresence Manager), configure the product
specific configuration layout as appropriate.
6. Navigate to the Product Specific Configuration Layout section and
configure the items according to your preferred settings.
Room Name (from Exchange(R)): This is the Exchange Conference Room
Name. It is used for scheduling meetings where this TelePresence system
participates. This setting must match the e-mail address used in Exchange
exactly. Example: room123@example.com. Maximum length: 64.
Web Access: This parameter indicates whether the device accepts
connections from a web browser or other HTTP clients. Disabling the
web server functionality of the device will block access to the phone's
internal web pages and certain support capabilities, but will not
degrade normal operation. Default: Disabled.
Note: For the change to take effect, please make sure to Save and
RESET the device (do not use Restart or Apply Config).
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SSH Access: This parameter indicates whether the device accepts SSH
connections. Disabling the SSH server functionality of the device will
block certain support capabilities such as log file collection but will not
degrade normal operation. Default: Disabled.
Default Call Protocol: This parameter sets the default call protocol of the
device. This device only supports SIP when registering to Cisco Unified
CM. Default: SIP.
Quality Improvement Server: Specifies a host name or IP address of a
remote system to collect quality improvement reports from the device.
Default: ““ and Maximum length: 256.
Multipoint Mode: Choose Use Endpoint to use the built-in MultiSite
feature. Note: Available only on EX90 and only if the MultiSite option is
installed. Choose Use Media Resource Group List to use the Conference
Bridge feature (ad-hoc conferencing) on Cisco Unified CM.
When done, click Save.
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How to set the username and password for the endpoint.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Phone.
Adding a new device (continued...)
Device
Phone
Admin Username and Password
7. Navigate to the Product Specific Configuration Layout > Admin username
and password section, and configure the items accordingly to your
preferred settings.
Admin username and password: Configure the username and password,
which must match the values set on the endpoint.
Admin Username: Enter the username for the admin user.
Default: admin
Maximum length: 64
Allowed values: Admin username cannot be one of the following:
apache, daemon, nobody, root, shutdown. It must be between 1
and 64 characters long.
Admin Password: Enter the password for the admin user.
Default: “”
Maximum length: 64
Allowed values: Admin password can only contain printable
characters from the ASCII character set, except a white space.
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When done, click Save.
Note: The admin username and password will not be pushed to the
endpoint, it must be set on both sides. The admin username and password
set on CUCM must match the system password set on the endpoint in order
for the Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-MAN) to discover the endpoint
and provide One Button to Push scheduling to it.
• Refer to "Setting the system password" on page 12.
• Refer to the CUCM user documentation for details. Go to:http://www.
cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/tsd_products_support_
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How to configure the dial plan and directory number for the endpoint.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Phone.
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Device
Phone
Dial Plan
Navigate to the Product Specific Configuration Layout > Dial Plan section,
and configure the items accordingly to your preferred settings.
8. Configure the dial plan.
Refer to Cisco TelePresence Manager documentation for more details.
Directory Number
Navigate to the Product Specific Configuration Layout > Directory Number
section, and configure the items accordingly to your preferred settings.
9. Configure the directory number.
Refer to Cisco TelePresence Manager documentation for more details.
When done, click Save.
Cisco TelePresence Manager documentation
The Cisco TelePresence Manager documentation can be found on
the Cisco web site. Go to:http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/
ps7074/tsd_products_support_series_home.html
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How to configure the line number.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to Device > Phone.
1
Configuring the line number
Device
1. Navigate to Device > Phone.
Phone
Search to find the previously defined endpoint
2. Use the search options to list the available TelePresence devices.
2
3. From the list, choose the endpoint you previously defined.
Association Information
4. Navigate to the Association Information section and click the
Line[1] - Add a new DN to define the Line number.
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Directory Number Information
5. Navigate to the Directory Number Information section.
Enter the number of the endpoint, according to the E.164 Numbering
Plan.
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When done, click Save and Apply Config.
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Auto-registration of the TelePresence endpoint is not possible when
the Cisco Unified CM is set to mixed mode (cluster security mode).
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Enable auto-registration of the TelePresence endpoint.
Log in to Cisco Unified CM Administration and navigate to System > Cisco Unified CM.
1
Enable auto-registration
System
Cisco Unified CM
1. Navigate to System > Cisco Unified CM.
Search to find the Cisco Unified Communication Manager
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2. Use the search options available on the page, or leave the search field
blank and press Find to list all.
3. Select your Cisco Unified CM from the list.
3
Auto-registration Information
4. Navigate to the Auto-registration Information section.
Auto-registration Disabled on this Cisco Unified Communications
Manager: Uncheck the check box to enable auto-registration.
When done, click Save and Apply Config.
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Setting passwords
This section explains the passwords on the
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Setting the system password on
the endpoint
You need to sign in to be able to use the web interface of
your system.
The video system is delivered with a default user account
with full credentials. The user name is admin, and initially, no
password is set for the default user.
Make sure to keep a copy of the password in a safe place.
You have to contact your Cisco representative if you have
forgotten the password.
We strongly recommend that you set a password
for the admin user, and to any other user with
similar credentials, to restrict access to system
configuration.
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Setting
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passwords
Appendices
Changing your own system password
Changing another user’s system password
Perform the following steps to change the system password.
If you have administrator access rights, you can change all
users’ passwords by performing the following steps:
If a password is currently not set, use a blank Current
password. To remove a password, leave the New password
fields blank.
1. Sign in to the web interface with your username and
password.
1. Sign in to the web interface with your username and
current password.
2. Go to the Maintenance tab and choose User
Administration.
2. Click your username in the upper right corner and choose
Change password in the drop down menu.
3. Choose the appropriate user from the list.
3. Enter the Current password, the New password, and
repeat the new password in the appropriate input fields.
5. Click Save.
4. Enter a new password and PIN code.
The password format is a string with 0–64 characters.
4. Click Change password.
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Setting the menu password on the
endpoint
When starting up the video conference system for the first
time anyone can access the Administrator menu on the Touch
controller because the menu password is not set.
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Setting
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passwords
Appendices
Setting the menu password
1. Connect to the system through the network or its serial
data port (if available) and open a command line interface
(SSH or Telnet).
See below how to find the system’s IP address.
We strongly recommend that you define a menu
password, because the administrator settings may
severely affect the behavior of the system.
2. Sign in to the system with username and password. The
user needs ADMIN rights.
3. Type the following command:
You have to issue a command from the command line
interface to set the menu password; neither the Touch
controller nor the web interface can be used.
xCommand SystemUnit MenuPassword Set
Password: <password>
The password format is a string with 0–255 characters.
To find the system’s IP address tap Settings (
System Information on the Touch controller.
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Chapter 5
Appendices
The appendices section provides you with additional
information that you may find useful as an system
administrator.
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How to factory reset the endpoint
Reset the EX60/EX90 to its default factory settings by using
one of the following methods:
• The Touch controller
• The web interface
• The power button
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Touch
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Power
button
1. Tap gently on the Touch screen if the unit is in sleep
mode.
1. Power down the system. Press gently and hold the power
button until the system shuts down. The power LED turns off.
2. Navigate to Settings (
2. Press gently and hold the power button for 10 seconds.
During this period the power LED will remain off.
) > Administrator > Reset.
3. Tap the Factory Reset button.
It is not possible to undo a factory reset.
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4. The system will revert to the default factory settings and
automatically restart. This will take a few minutes.
When factory resetting the video system the following
happens:
• The call logs will be deleted.
3. Release the button and within four seconds, press twice.
During this period the power LED will blink.
4. The system will revert to the default factory settings and
automatically restart. The LED lights continuously.
If you failed to press the power button twice within the
four seconds, the system will not revert to the default
factory settings, and you will not see the confirmation
message. If this happens, go back to Step 1.
• All system parameters will be reset to default values.
• All files that have been uploaded to the system will be
deleted.
• The Release and Option keys will be preserved.
• Automatic restart of the system.
Notification on the main screen
The system will confirm the factory reset by displaying a
notification on the main screen when up and running again.
The notification disappears after approximately 10 seconds.
Web
1. Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the
video system in the address bar.
2. Navigate to Maintenance > Factory Reset.
3. Read the provided information carefully before you check
the I want to reset... check box
4. Click Perform a factory reset.
5. The system will revert to the default factory settings and
automatically restart. This will take a few minutes.
Tap Settings ( ) > System Information on the Touch
controller to find the system's IP address (IPv4 or IPv6).
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Understanding Cisco Discovery Protocol on the Cisco TelePresence endpoints
Introduction
Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) is a proprietary layer-2
management protocol developed by Cisco in the early 1990s
to provide enhanced automation of network discovery and
management. It is broadly deployed on millions of existing
Cisco products and provides countless benefits to network
administrators for managing router and switch interfaces. With
the introduction of IP Telephony in the late 1990s and early
2000s, CDP was enhanced to provide additional automation
capabilities for IP-based telephones, including automatic
VLAN discovery, Power over Ethernet (PoE) negotiation,
Quality of Service (QoS) automation, location awareness
(to automate the discovery of the physical location of an
IP telephone for management and emergency services
purposes), Ethernet speed and duplex mismatch detection,
and more.
Note: The IETF, IEEE and TIA, in cooperation with Cisco
and numerous other networking vendors, have since
created the IEEE 802.1AB standard, known as Link-Layer
Discovery Protocol (LLDP), with extensions developed for
Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED) for voice and video
endpoints. LLDP-MED will eventually subsume CDP, but this
may take years to unfold due to the enormous installed-base
and widespread use of CDP.
History
Cisco acquired TANDBERG in April 2010. The TANDBERG
portfolio of video endpoints compliments Cisco’s existing
Telepresence and Unified Communications solutions. CDP
support was introduced on the Cisco E20 in release TE4.0;
on the Cisco TelePresence MX series, EX series, Codec C
Series, Profile series and Quick Set C20 in release TC5.0.
The Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set is supported
from release TC5.1. The Cisco TelePresence EX Series is
supported in TE6.0.
However, because there is already an installed-base of these
endpoint models (prior to the Cisco acquisition) that are not
running CDP, introducing CDP in a software release requires
careful consideration of how the new automation functionality
will affect that existing installed-base. Enabling CDP by
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default could cause undesired behavior for those existing
deployments when they upgrade to a CDP-enabled release
and the devices suddenly begin using VLAN automation, so
CDP is being introduced in a phased approach.
(new) IP sub net rather than consuming IP addresses in the
existing PC VLAN. VLANs also allow the network administrator
to apply different security and Quality of Service (QoS) policies
on a per-VLAN basis.
Figures 1 and 2 illustrate these concepts.
Benefits provided by CDP
Without CDP (or LLDP-MED), the user must manually configure
each endpoint with the 802.1Q VLAN ID it should use. CDP
automates this task, allowing the Ethernet switch to advertise
to the endpoint the ID of the VLAN it should belong to.
As mentioned in the introduction above, CDP provides
numerous automation benefits for network administrators
deploying IP-based voice and video
endpoints on their networks. This
section briefly highlights some of the
most pertinent benefits for IP-based
voice/video endpoints like the Cisco
TelePresence MX series, EX series,
Codec C Series, Profile series, Quick Set
C20 and SX20 Quick Set.
Automatic VLAN discovery
Virtual LANs (VLANs) allow a network
administrator to introduce IP-based
telephones and video terminals onto
their network without the need for readdressing their existing data sub nets,
or adding additional Ethernet ports to
their switches. Leveraging the 802.1Q
standard, a device such as the endpoint
can tag its Ethernet frames with the VLAN
ID that its traffic belongs to, placing its
traffic into the voice /video VLAN (known
as the auxiliary VLAN); while Ethernet
frames sent by a PC are not tagged,
and therefore end up in the data VLAN
(known as the native VLAN). This allows
the endpoint to be inserted in between
an existing PC and the Ethernet switch
to which it is attached, allowing for a
single Ethernet port per user, thereby
eliminating the need to add additional
ports in the wiring closet, and allowing
the endpoint to be assigned to a different
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Fig. 1: Without VLANs
Fig. 2: With VLANs
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Automatic Quality of Service
Quality of Service is essential for a well-performing
network, providing preferential service to latency, jitter or
loss sensitive applications like voice and video; deferential
service to misbehaving applications such as viruses and other
undesirable network traffic; and fair treatment to routine,
Fig. 3: Without
CDP / AutoQoS
Fig. 4: With
CDP / AutoQoS
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non-time sensitive traffic such as e-mail or web browsing.
However, QoS can be complex to configure and manage, and
the administrator needs to be assured that the traffic entering
the network is marked with the correct QoS values. For userfacing devices such as PCs, IP-based telephones and video
terminals, the administrator must establish a demarcation
point where QoS markings coming in from
these devices are either not trusted—and
instead overwritten to an administratively
configured value—or trusted to set their
own QoS values and the Ethernet switch
will honor those values. This demarcation
point, or trust boundary, ensures that
if the user accidently, or intentionally,
tampers with the QoS values assigned
to these devices, those QoS values will
be remarked by the administrator as they
ingress the network.
CDP provides a method of automatically
extending this trust boundary (at the
administrators’ discretion) so that the
phone or video terminal can mark its
packets with the desired QoS values, and
the switch will trust the phones packets
(because the administrator knows that
the specific model of phone in question
can be trusted to behave properly and
cannot be tampered with) and forwards
those packets on into the network. This
functionality is known as AutoQoS on the
Cisco Catalyst line of Ethernet switches.
Figures 3 and 4 illustrate the concept of
AutoQoS.
Further information about AutoQoS can be
found at the following reference:
• Medianet Campus QoS Design guide:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/
solutions/Enterprise/WAN_and_MAN/
QoS_SRND_40/QoSCampus_40.
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Power over Ethernet (PoE) negotiation
The 802.3af standard provides for Power over Ethernet to
devices such as IP-based telephones and video terminals.
CDP provides additional benefit by allowing the endpoint to
indicate to the Ethernet switch how much power it requires—
and for the switch to advertise to the endpoint how much
power is available—thereby allowing more granular level
of negotiation between the switch and the endpoint, and
allowing the Ethernet switch to more closely track its available
power budget. Note that PoE is currently not used by the
Cisco TelePresence endpoints, but is mentioned here as
informational benefit to the reader since PoE is widely used
by many other models of Cisco Unified IP Phones, Wireless
Access Points, surveillance cameras, and myriad other
devices.
Location awareness
With the introduction of IP-based telephones, a new level of
mobility was afforded in that an IP endpoints could be plugged
in anywhere in the network, obtain an IP address, and start
making calls, reducing the costs associated with physically
patching telephone cables when moving an employee from
one office to another. However, certain management functions
and emergency services rely on knowing the precise
location of a telephone. CDP allows for network management
applications to identify the physical location of a phone (by
detecting what Ethernet port that phone is attached to, and
hence, where it physically is located). This information is
then leveraged by applications such as Cisco Emergency
Responder to direct telephone calls made to emergency
services personnel to the correct dispatch office. There are
many other real and potential uses for location information.
Ethernet speed / duplex mismatch detection
Ethernet devices use the 802.3 auto negotiation procedure
to automatically negotiate their speed and duplex settings.
However, a very common problem is that one side or the
other is accidently configured for the wrong settings, resulting
in packet loss. For example, the network administrator has
configured all the Gigabit Ethernet ports on the switch for auto
negotiation, but the user accidently sets the port on his or her
PC, IP phone or video terminal to a manually configured value,
such as 100 Mbps / Full duplex. This can result in a mismatch
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between the switch and the endpoint, resulting in a large
percentage of loss on that interface. CDP does not automate
the resolution of such a condition, but it does detect it and
cause an alarm to be generated on the switch, notifying the
administrator of the condition so that he or she may take steps
to resolve it.
Future Medianet applications
The above benefits of CDP have been available for years from
Cisco. Medianet is a new concept aimed at further extending
and automating the interactions between endpoints and the
network in order to deliver additional end-to-end optimization
of multimedia traffic across an intelligent internetwork. CDP is
one protocol, among others, that will be leveraged by future
generations of Cisco IOS Software and Cisco Medianetready endpoints to deliver on this vision. Available Medianet
applications at the time this document was written include
end-to-end tracing of the path a video session takes through
a network in order to pinpoint the source of packet loss,
optimizing the routing of video packets over alternate paths in
order to maximize the throughput of the network, enhanced
Session Admission Control in order to control the amount of
video sessions admitted onto the network, and more.
Further information about Medianet, CDP and LLDP-MED can
be found at the following references:
• Medianet Campus QoS Design 4.0
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/netsol/ns1094/index.html
• Using Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/netmgmt/
configuration/guide/nm_cdp_discover_ps6350_TSD_
Products_Configuration_Guide_Chapter.html
Endpoint configuration
CUCM configuration
CDP behavior in release TC5, and later
The following information applies to Cisco TelePresence MX
series, EX series, Codec C Series, Profile series and Quick
Set C20 running software release TC5.0, and later; and
Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set which is supported from
release TC5.1, and later; and EX Series supported in TE6.0.
When the endpoint is booted for the first time, or after a
factory reset has been done, the following settings are
applied by default:
xConfiguration Provisioning Mode: Auto
xConfiguration Network 1 VLAN Voice Mode: Off
The endpoint then displays the Provisioning Wizard screen to
prompt the user for what provisioning mode they would like to
use: VCS, Callway or CUCM.
If CUCM is selected, then xConfiguration Provisioning Mode
is automatically set to CUCM and xConfiguration Network
1 VLAN Voice Mode is automatically changed to Auto. Also
the endpoint begins utilizing CDP to automatically discover
its VLAN and begins tagging its packets with the appropriate
VLAN ID. The endpoint also begins including DHCP Option
150 in its DHCP requests so that it can automatically discover
the address of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager
TFTP server.
If the xConfiguration Provisioning Mode is set to VCS or
Callway, then xConfiguration Network 1 VLAN Voice Mode is
left in its default state of Off, and the endpoint will ignore any
CDP VLAN advertisements and not tag its packets with any
VLAN ID. The endpoint also does not include DHCP Option
150 in its DHCP requests.
• Best Practices for Catalyst 4500/4000, 5500/5000, and
6500/6000 Series Switches Running CatOS Configuration
and Management
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/
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For TMS/VCS customers, this behavior preserves the
functionality they had in previous software releases of these
endpoints. If CDP is desired, then it may be manually enabled
by setting the xConfiguration Network 1 VLAN Voice Mode
parameter to Auto.
This may be done through:
• Touch user interface: Administrator Settings -> Network
Settings -> Link Settings.
• Or the On-Screen Display Menu: Settings -> Administrator
Settings -> Advanced Configuration -> Network 1 ->
VLAN Voice Mode.
• Or the web interface: Configuration -> Advanced
Configuration -> Network 1 -> VLAN Voice Mode.
• Or the API command: xConfiguration Network 1
VLAN Voice Mode.
For CUCM customers, this behavior does present an extra
step in the first-time boot up process, but once CUCM mode
has been chosen in the Startup Wizard, CDP will automatically
kick in and the phone will join the auxiliary (voice/video) VLAN.
If the customer does not wish to use the CDP, then it may be
manually disabled by setting the xConfiguration Network 1
VLAN Voice Mode parameter to Off.
For customers who do not have a CDP-capable Ethernet
switch, but wish to use 802.1Q VLANs, the xConfiguration
Network 1 VLAN Voice Mode parameter may be set to
Manual, and the associated xConfiguration Network 1 VLAN
Voice ID parameter may be set to the appropriate value.
Once these parameters are set, the settings are saved and
remain persistent through subsequent reboots. If a user later
wishes to change them, they may do so by re-running the
Startup Wizard, or by manually setting the parameters.
• LLDP-MED and Cisco Discovery Protocol White Paper
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/technologies/tk652/tk701/
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Summary
For existing customers upgrading to release TC5.x from a
previous release, the existing values for these parameters will
be maintained, the Startup Wizard is not displayed, and no
change in behavior will be seen by the user. Note however
that the values for the xConfiguration Network 1 VLAN Voice
Mode parameter have changed. In previous releases, the
valid values for this parameter were Untagged or Tagged,
with Untagged being the default. From release TC5.0, with
the introduction of CDP support, the valid values for those
parameters are now [Auto/Manual/Off]. During an upgrade,
the previous values are automatically mapped to the new
equivalent values.
This document has briefly introduced the history and benefits
of the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) and its behavior on the
Cisco TelePresence MX series, EX series, Codec C Series,
Profile series and Quick Set C20 running software release
TC5.0 or later; and Cisco TelePresence SX20 Quick Set which
is supported from release TC5.1; and the EX Series supported
in TE6.0.
Note: Management applications will need to be updated to
use the new values (e.g. Off instead of Untagged, Manual
instead of Tagged, or Auto) in xConfiguration API requests.
Getting Started Guide
Setting passwords
Appendices
Appendices
CDP is a powerful mechanism for automating the application
of VLANs and Quality of Service for voice/video devices.
Existing Cisco customers are encouraged to begin exploring
its benefits and preparing their networks so they can begin
leveraging VLANs, AutoQoS and VLAN-based security
policies for their Cisco endpoints.
Table 1 illustrates the relationship between the old and new
values.
Note: The DHCP process is actually done in the background
prior to the Startup Wizard being displayed. This means that
during the first-time boot up, or after a factory reset, the
endpoint will initially obtain a DHCP lease in the native VLAN.
If VLAN Voice Mode Auto is then chosen, and CDP indicates
that a VLAN should be used, the endpoint will release the
address it received in the native VLAN, restart its IP stack,
and re-DHCP a new address in the auxiliary VLAN. This may
result in temporary usage of IP addresses in the native VLAN
during the first-time boot up.
Prior Releases
Release
TC5.x/TE6.0
Comments
Auto
Auto mode was introduced in release TC5.0
Tagged
Manual
Manual is the same as Tagged in prior releases
Untagged
Off
Off is the same as Untagged in prior release
Table 1: Old and New VLAN Tagging Values
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User documentation on the Cisco web site
The documents are organized in the following categories:
Use the following short-link to find the documentation for the EX Series:
Installation guides:
http://www.cisco.com/go/ex-docs
Install and Upgrade > Install and Upgrade Guides
Getting started guide:
In general, user documentation for the Cisco TelePresence products is available
here: http://www.cisco.com/go/telepresence/docs
Install and Upgrade > Install and Upgrade Guides
Choose the product category in the right pane until you find your product. For
EX Series, this is the path you will follow:
Administrator guides:
Maintain and Operate > Maintain and Operate Guides
TelePresence >
User guides and Quick reference guides:
TelePresence Endpoints - Personal >
TelePresence Desktop >
Maintain and Operate > End-User Guides
Cisco TelePresence Systems EX Series
Knowledge base articles and frequently asked questions:
Troubleshoot and Alerts > Troubleshooting Guides
CAD drawings:
Reference Guides > Technical References
Video conferencing room guidelines:
Design > Design Guides
Software licensing information:
Software Downloads, Release and General Information > Licensing Information
Regulatory compliance and safety information:
Install and Upgrade > Install and Upgrade Guides
Software release notes:
Software Downloads, Release and General Information > Release Notes
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