Peripherals. Cisco DX70, Webex DX80, Webex Desk Series

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Cisco Webex DX70 and DX80

Introduction Configuration Maintenance System settings

Administrator Guide

Appendices

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Chapter 3

Peripherals

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Introduction Configuration

Connect a computer

Connect a computer to the HDMI input port in order to use the video system as screen for the computer, and to share content with conference participants.

Flip the connector cover up to uncover the connector panel.

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Administrator Guide

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Flip the connector cover up to uncover the connector panel.

DX70

HDMI input for computer

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Introduction Configuration Maintenance System settings

Extend the number of input sources

You can customize our touch user interfaces to include input sources that are connected to a third-party external video switch.

The sources will appear and behave as any other video source that is connected directly to the video system.

Architecture

You need a Cisco video system with a touch interface, a thirdparty control system, for example Crestron or AMX, and a thirdparty video switch. It is the control system, not the video system, that controls the video switch.

When you program the control system you must use the video system’s API (events and commands) * in order to connect with the video switch and the controls on the touch interface. This way you can synchronize what is shown and done on the user interface with the actual state of the input sources.

Administrator Guide

Appendices

Touch interface 

Video system

API

Control system

PC

Third-party video switch

Apple TV

Chromecast

Other...

User interface with multiple external input sources (example)

Consult the Customization guide for full details about how to extend the user interface, and how to use the video system’s API to set it up. Go to:

► https://www.cisco.com/go/in-room-control-docs

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* You need a user that holds the ROOMCONTROL,

INTEGRATOR, or ADMIN user roles in order to access the API commands that you need when programming the control system.

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Introduction Configuration

Bluetooth headset

Bluetooth headset is supported on DX70 and DX80.

• Bluetooth profiles supported:

• HFP (Hands-Free Profile)

• A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)

• The headset must support both HFP and A2DP or HFPonly. Headsets with A2DP-only is not supported.

• Bluetooth headset is supported directly with the embedded

Bluetooth radio or using a USB Bluetooth dongle.

• Multiple headsets can be paired to the video system, but only one can be connected at a time.

• The range is up to 10 m (30 ft). If you move outside the range when in a call, the audio will switch to the speakers on the video system.

• Most headsets have built in volume controls. When in a call, the volume of the headset and video system is synchronized.

When not in a call, the volume buttons on the headset and video system operates independently.

Supported Bluetooth features:

• Answer incoming calls

• Reject incoming calls

• Hang up calls

• Volume up and down

• Some headsets have mute control. This operates independently from the mute control on on video system.

USB Bluetooth dongle

• Using the USB Bluetooth dongle is advisable as it gives better audio quality.

• When using a USB Bluetooth dongle the headset is detected as a USB headset.

• There will be no synchronization of headset volume and video system volume when using a dongle.

• We have tested Jabra Link 360, Plantronics BT300 and

Plantronics BT600; though others might work as well.

Maintenance

Pairing a Bluetooth headset

1. Activate Bluetooth pairing on the headset. Refer to the instruction manual for the headset if in doubt.

2. Select the contact information in the upper left corner of the user interface. Select Settings , followed by Bluetooth .

If Bluetooth is disabled, turn it on. Bluetooth is enabled by default.

3. The video system will scan for devices. Upon successful discovery the Bluetooth headset should be displayed in the device list.

4. Select the device and pairing begins. It may take a few seconds for the pairing to complete.

5. If the pairing is successful the video system will now list the headset as connected. The pairing is now completed.

System settings

Status bar

USB socket

Administrator Guide

Appendices

Switch between devices

You can switch between the speaker on the video system and the devices that are connected via Bluetooth or USB.

Select the icon ( ) in the status bar of the user interface, and choose from the available devices.

Speakers

Analog headset (DX70 only)

USB headset

USB handset

Bluetooth device

You may use Bluetooth pairing directly to the video system, or use a USB dongle

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Introduction Configuration

Connect the ISDN Link

The ISDN Link enables a video system to use ISDN lines for connectivity, and enables both video calls and telephone calls over the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).

ISDN Link support ISDN BRI, ISDN PRI and V.35. ISDN can be used in addition to regular IP connectivity for SIP or H.323 calls, or without any IP infrastructure.

ISDN Link is managed from the video systems web interface. Sign in to the web interface, and navigate to Setup > Peripherals .

Requirements:

• The ISDN Link must be running IL1.1.7 software or later

• The video system (codec) must be running CE9.3 software or later. The ISDN Link must be re-paired with the video system after the video system has been converted from TC software to CE software.

• The video endpoint must have IPv6 enabled in the web interface or API in order to communicate with the ISDN Link

• Observe the network topology in the ISDN Link Installation

Guide in order to guarantee a successful installation

• The video system and ISDN Link must be on the same subnet.

If the endpoint or ISDN Link are assigned new IP addresses they will only remain paired as long as they are kept in the same subnet.

Limitations:

• Video systems that are registered to the Cisco Webex cloud service are not able to use ISDN Link.

Setup and configuration

When converting the video system from TC (TC6 or later) to

CE software (CE9.3 or later) the ISDN Link will automatically be unpaired due to security reasons.

More information about ISDN Link (Release Notes, Installation

Guide, Administrator Guide, API Guide, Compliance and Safety guide) is found here: ►  https://www.cisco.com/go/isdnlink-docs

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Administrator Guide

Appendices

Setup with LAN and direct connection between the video system and ISDN Link

This is the recommended setup. But there are other options, so see the user documentation for additional examples: ►  https://www.cisco.com/go/isdnlink-docs

PC/Laptop for system management

ISDN Link, rear panel

LAN

Video system

(represented by an SX80 codec)

BRI

1-4

PRI NET LAN port

Video system port

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