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Introduction Configuration Peripherals Maintenance System settings

Administrator Guide

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The user interface

The user interface and its use are described in full detail in the User guide for the video system.

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Tap the system name or contact information to access System Information, Settings,

Restart and Factory reset . You can also adjust the brightness of the screen and activate Call forwarding, Standby, and Do not disturb modes.

Time of day.

Entry point for user interface extensions

(your system may have zero or more such buttons with different color, text and icons)

Tap Call to invoke the contacts including

Favorites , Directory and Recents l ists; and to open the Search or Dial field.

Tap Messages to invoke the voice mail system, if available.

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On the right side of the unit:

• USB and mini-jack sockets for headset

Microphone: mute/unmute.

Loudspeaker volume control.

Selfview: on/off

Tap ?

to contact Help desk or access other facility services, if available.

Indicates that at least one client is paired to the video system using Proximity.

Microphone mute indicator.

On the right side of the unit:

• Microphone mute button

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Set up remote monitoring

Requirement:

• RemoteMonitoring option

Remote monitoring is useful when you want to control the video system from another location.

Snapshots from input sources appear in the web interface, so you can check the camera view and control the camera without being in the room.

If enabled, snapshots are refreshed automatically approximately every 5 seconds.

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Check whether or not the video system has the

RemoteMonitoring option

1. Sign in to the web interface.

2. Check the Home page to see if RemoteMonitoring is on the list of Installed options.

If not on the list, remote monitoring is not available.

Enable remote monitoring

Install the RemoteMonitoring option key. How to install option keys are described in the

► Add option keys

chapter.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF YOU ENABLE THE REMOTE MONITORING

OPTION YOU MUST MAKE SURE THAT YOU COMPLY WITH LOCAL

LAWS AND REGULATIONS WITH REGARD TO PRIVACY AND PROVIDE

ADEQUATE NOTICE TO USERS OF THE SYSTEM THAT THE SYSTEM

ADMINISTRATOR MAY MONITOR AND CONTROL THE CAMERA AND

SCREEN. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO COMPLY WITH PRIVACY

REGULATIONS WHEN USING THE SYSTEM AND CISCO DISCLAIMS ALL

LIABILITY FOR ANY UNLAWFUL USE OF THIS FEATURE.

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About snapshots

Local input sources

Snapshots of the local input sources of the video system appear on the Call

Control page.

Snapshots appear both when the video system is idle, and when in a call.

Far end snapshots

When in call, you may also see snapshots from the far end camera. It does not matter whether or not the far end video system has the RemoteMonitoring option.

Far end snapshots are not displayed if the call is encrypted.

Automatically refresh snapshots

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Access call information and answer a call while using the web interface

Notification of an incoming call

Click the Call indicator to open the Call

Control page, where you can accept or decline the call.

The system is in a call

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Call indicator

The call indicator is present to notify you about an incoming call, and to show when the system is in a call.

If the system is idle, there is no call indicator.

Control the call

Relevant control buttons are present on the

Call Control page. Use the buttons to:

Show call details

Put the call on hold

Answer the call

Disconnect the call

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Place a call using the web interface

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Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Call Control .

Place a call

Even if the web interface is used to initiate the call, it is the video system (display, microphones and loudspeakers) that is used for the call; it is not the PC running the web interface.

1. Navigate the Favorites, Directory or Recents lists to find the correct entry; or enter one or more characters in the Search or Dial field * . Click the correct contact name.

2. Click Call in the contact card.

Alternatively, enter the complete URI or number in the Search and

Dial field. Then click the Call button that appears next to the URI or number.

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Send DTMF tones

Click to open a key pad that you can use if your application requires DTMF (dual-tone multi-frequency) signaling.

Show/hide call details

Click the information button to show details about the call.

Click the button again to hide the information.

Hold and resume a call

Use the button next to a participant’s name to put that participant on hold.

To resume the call, use the button that is present when a participant is on hold.

End a call

If you want to terminate a call, click Disconnect all or the button.

* When searching, matching entries from the Favorites, Directory and Recents lists will be listed as you type.

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Place a call using the web interface

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Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Call Control .

Calling more than one

Calling more than one using a conference bridge (CUCM ad hoc conferencing) is not supported from the web interface, even if it is supported by the video system itself.

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Adjust the volume

Mute the microphone

Click Microphone: On to mute the microphone.

Then the text changes to Microphone: Off .

Click Microphone: Off to unmute.

Volume down

Volume up

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Share content using the web interface

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Call Control .

Share content

1. Click Start Presentation . Then the text changes to Stop Presentation .

Stop content sharing:

Click the Stop Presentation button that is present while sharing.

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Snapshot area

Shows snapshots of the selected presentation source.

Only available on video systems that have the

Remote Monitoring option.

About content sharing

You can connect a presentation source, most often a PC, to the HDMI computer connector at the back of the video system.

While in a call you can share content with the other participant in the call (far end).

If you are not in a call, the content is shown locally.

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Local layout control

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Call Control .

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About layouts

The term layout is used to describe the various ways presentations and videos can appear on the screen. Different types of meetings may require different layouts.

Change the layout

Click Layout , and choose your preferred layout in the window that opens.

The set of layouts to choose from depends on the system configuration.

You may change the layout both when idle and in a call.

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Control a far end camera

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Call Control .

Prerequisites

While in a call, you can control the remote participant’s camera

(far end) provided that:

• The Conference > FarEndControl > Mode setting is switched

On on the far end video system.

• The far end camera has pan, tilt or zoom functionality. Only the relevant controls will appear.

• Speaker tracking is not switched On on the far end camera.

• The local video system has the Remote Monitoring option.

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Control the remote participant’s camera

1. Click the camera icon to open the remote camera control window.

2. Use the left and right arrows to pan the camera; the up and down arrows to tilt it; and

+ and to zoom in and out.

If you are not allowed to control the far end camera, the controls will not appear in the image.

If the call is encrypted, the far end snapshot behind the controls are not displayed.

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Packet loss resilience - ClearPath

ClearPath introduces several mechanisms for advanced packet loss resilience. These mechanisms increase the experienced quality when you use your video system in an error prone environment.

ClearPath is a Cisco proprietary protocol. All endpoints running

CE software support ClearPath.

If the involved endpoints and infrastructure elements support

ClearPath, all packet loss resilience mechanisms are used in point-to-point connections (including hosted conferences).

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Customization

Customize the video system's user interface

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You can customize the user interface to allow control of peripherals in a meeting room, for example lights and blinds, or to modify the video system’s behavior by triggering macros.

This allows for the powerful combination of a control system’s functionality and the video system's user-friendly user interface.

In-room control architecture

You need a Cisco video system with a touch interface, and a control system. The control system may be a third-party system, such as Crestron or AMX, with hardware drivers for peripherals.

It is the control system, not the video system, that controls the peripherals.

When you program the control system you must use the video system’s API (events and commands) in order to connect with the controls on the video system's user interface.

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Example in-room control panel

Consult the Customization guide for full details about how to design custom user interface panels (in-room control panels) using the In-Room Control editor, and how to use the video system’s API to program the in-room controls. Go to:

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

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API

Climate

Video system Control system

In-room control editor

Other...

In-room control schematics

Lights

The video system’s macro framework may also serve as a control system. In this case the control system can use the video system’s API to trigger all sorts of local functionality: Speed dial, language selection, customized system reset, and much more.

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Customization

Customize the video system's user interface

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The In-Room Control editor

Free of charge editor

An easy to use drag-and-drop editor, which you should use to compose the custom user interface panels (inroom control panels), comes free of charge with the video system’s software.

Sign in * to the web interface, and navigate to Integration >

In-Room Control .

• Click Launch Editor to launch the editor directly from the video system’s web interface.

You can push a new in-room control panel to the video system, and see the result immediately on the

Touch controller.

• Click Download Editor to download a stand-alone version that you can run locally on your browser from your hard drive.

Then you can compose your custom interfaces without being connected to a video system. You can export and import to file to move your work between your local version and the video system later.

Preview function

The editor also provides a preview function, which allows you to see how the custom interfaces will appear on the user interface.

The preview function is also a complete software version of your custom (in-room control) panels, so clicking the controls will result in the same actions as selecting them on the real user interface.

Therefore, you can use the preview function to test your integrations without having a real user interface available.

You can also use the video system’s in-room controls from a remote location

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Administrator Guide

The room simulator

You can use the room simulator to visualise how the inroom controls on the user interface changes the state of the room.

Back up any existing in-room configuration you may have before you export the simulator configuration to the video system. The simulator configuration will replace the existing configuration on the video system.

Sign in to the web interface, and navigate to Integration >

In-Room Control .

• Click Launch Simulator to open a room simulator in your browser.

The room simulator contains a predefined in-room control configuration that you can export to the video system. Then you can control the simulator’s virtual meeting room from your real user interface.

• Click Load simulator config to export the simulator configuration to the video system.

* You need a user that holds the ROOMCONTROL, INTEGRATOR, or

ADMIN user roles in order to access the In-Room Control editor and the API commands that you need when programming the control system.

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Customization

Customize the video system's behavior using macros

With macros, you can create your own snippets of code that run on the video system. The language is JavaScript / ECMAScript 6 with support for features such as arrow functions, promises and classes.

The macro framework allows an integrator to write scripts that tailor a video system's behavior to suite an individual customer's requirements. The integrators can, for example, implement their own features or variations of features, automate specific configurations or re-configurations, and create custom tests and monitoring functions.

Allow using macros on the video system

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Setup > Configuration .

• Set Macros > Mode to On .

If you try to launch the Macro editor while this setting is Off , a pop-up message appears. If you respond by tapping Enable

Macros, the Macros > Mode setting will automatically change to On , and the editor will launch.

By combining the use of macros and creation of a custom user interface panel (formerly referred to as in-room control panel), you can amend the user interface to trigger customized local functionality. For examples:

• Add speed dialling buttons

• Add a button for room reset, which set all configurations back to your preferred default setup

Launch the macro editor

Sign in * to the web interface, and navigate to Integration > Macro

Editor .

We don't offer a stand-alone version of the editor that you can use to work offline.

The Macro editor

The Macro editor is a powerful tool where you can:

• Load our code examples, which you can modify, use as is, or use as inspiration when writing your own macros.

• Read our detailed macro scripting tutorial, which also explains the code examples in more detailed.

• Write your own macros, and upload them to the video system.

• Enable/Disable individual macros.

• Check in an embedded Log Console what happens when you run a macro.

Consult the Customization guide for details about macros and how to use the video system's built in Macro editor. Go to:

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

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Customization

Remove default buttons from the user interface

In some use cases, you may never use a default button, like

Call or Share. Such unused buttons may cause confusion. In these cases, you can remove the unused buttons from the user interface. Custom In-Room Control panels can be exposed still.

Removing default buttons while adding custom buttons makes it possible fully to customize the user interface.

For example, you can remove the Call and Share buttons if nobody is going to share content or call from this video system.

Instead, add custom buttons (In-Room Controls) for the tasks that are going to be performed.

Configurations

Use the following configurations to remove default buttons from the user interface. The configurations are available both from the web interface of the video system, and in the API.

• UserInterface > Features > Call > Start : Removes the default

Call button (including the directory, favorites, and recent calls lists). Also removes the Add participant button while in a call.

• UserInterface > Features > Call > VideoMute : Removes the default Turn video off button.

• UserInterface > Features > Share > Start : Removes the default user interface for sharing and previewing content, both in call and out of call.

• UserInterface > Features > HideAll : Removes all the default buttons. In-Room Control panels are not removed.

• UserInterface > Features > Call > End : Removes the End Call button.

• UserInterface > Features > Call > MidCallControls : Removes the Hold , Resume , and Transfer in-call buttons.

Further Information

Find more details about how to remove buttons and customize the user interface in the Customization guide . Go to:

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

The configurations remove only the buttons, not the functionality as such. You can share content using

Proximity, even if you have removed the Share button from the user interface.

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Use of a third-party USB input device

You can use a third-party USB input device to control certain functions on video system. A

Bluetooth remote control (with a USB dongle) and a

USB keyboard are examples of such input devices.

This feature is meant to complement the functionality of the Touch 10 or the DX user interfaces, wherever convenient. It is not meant to replace the Touch 10 and DX user interfaces.

Examples of applications:

• In classrooms and during lectures, a small remote control can be used to wake up a video system from standby mode. Also, it may be convenient to use a remote control to select which input source to present.

• Controlling the camera view (pan, tilt, and zoom) in situations where you are not allowed to use the Touch 10. For example, in operating rooms in a hospital.

Functional Overview

Pressing a button on the USB input device, generates an event in the API.

Macros or third-party control devices can listen for such events, and respond to them. This behavior is similar to the behavior of In-Room Control buttons.

It is also possible to listen for the events using webhooks, directly in an SSH session.

There isn't a library of actions readily available to select actions from. You must define and implement the actions to be taken as response to the events yourself. For example:

• Increase the volume of the video system when the Volume Up key is pressed.

• Put the video system in standby mode when the Sleep key is pressed.

Configurations, Events, and Status

The support for third-party USB input devices is disabled by default. Enable it explicitly by setting the Peripherals > InputDevice > Mode to On .

Pressing and releasing a button generates a Pressed and a Released event:

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Key: <name of the key>

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Code: <id of the key>

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Type: Pressed

** end

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Key: <name of the key>

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Code: <id of the key>

*e UserInterface InputDevice Key Action Type: Released

** end

To listen for events, you must register feedback from the InputDevice events:

xFeedback Register /event/UserInterface/InputDevice

** end

When the room device detects the third-party input device, the input device is listed in the room device UserInterface > Peripherals > ConnectedDevice status. The input device may be reported as multiple devices.

System settings

Required Equipment

• A system from the Cisco Webex

Room Series or DX Series.

• A third-party input device that advertises itself as a USB keyboard, for example a Bluetooth remote control with a USB dongle.

Further Information

Find more information about the use of a third-party input device in the

Customization guide . Go to:

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

Cisco support (TAC) doesn’t support debugging of third-party code, including macros. Please check the ► Cisco

Collaboration Developer community if you need help with macros and third-party code.

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Customization

Sending HTTP(S) Post and Put requests

Peripherals

API xCommand HttpClient Post/Put

Video system, HTTP(S) client

This feature makes it possible to send arbitrary HTTP(S)

Post and Put requests from a video system to an HTTP(S) server.

By using macros, you can send data to an HTTP(S) server whenever you want. You can choose what data to send, and structure them as you like. This way you can adapt the data to an already established service.

Security measures:

• The HTTP(S) Post/Put feature is disabled by default. A system administrator must explicitly enable the feature by setting HttpClient > Mode to On .

• The system administrator can prevent the use of HTTP by setting HttpClient > AllowHTTP to False .

• The system administrator can specify a list of HTTP(S) servers that the device is allowed to send data to.

• The number of concurrent Post and Put requests is limited.

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Network

Third-party service

HTTP(S) server

List of Allowed HTTP(S) Servers

The system administrator can use these commands to set up and maintain a list of up to ten allowed HTTP(S) servers

(hosts):

xCommand HttpClient Allow Hostname Add

Expression: <Regular expression that matches the host name or IP address of the HTTP(S) server> xCommand HttpClient Allow Hostname Clear xCommand HttpClient Allow Hostname List xCommand HttpClient Allow Hostname Remove Id:

<id of an entry in the list>

If the list is not empty, you can send HTTP(S) requests only to the servers in the list. If the list is empty, you can send the requests to any HTTP(S) server.

The check against the list of allowed servers is performed both when using insecure (HTTP) and secure (HTTPS) transfer of data.

Allowing HTTPS without certificate validation

When sending requests over HTTPS, the video system checks the certificate of the HTTPS server by default. If the HTTPS server certificate is not found to be valid, you get an error message. The video system doesn’t send any data to that server.

We recommend using HTTPS with certificate validation.

If this is not possible, the system administrator can set

HttpClient > AllowInsecureHTTPS to On , which allows the use of HTTPS without validating the server’s certificate.

Sending HTTP(S) Requests

Once the HTTP(S) Client Post feature is enabled, you can use the following commands to send Post and Put requests to an HTTP(S) server:

xCommand HttpClient Post [AllowInsecureHTTPS:

<True/False>] [Header: <Header text>]

Url: <URL to send the request to> xCommand HttpClient Put [AllowInsecureHTTPS:

<True/False>] [Header: <Header text>]

Url: <URL to send the request to>

These are multiline commands. Read the API guide to find out how to use multiline commands, and also to find a detailed description of the command parameters.

Further Information

Find more information about HTTP(S) Post requests in the

Customization guide . Go to:

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

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Manage startup scripts

Sign in to the web interface, and navigate to Integration > Startup

Scripts .

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List of startup scripts

You can create one or more startup scripts * .

A green dot appears next to an active startup script; a red ring appears next to an inactive startup script.

If you have more than one startup script, they will run in the order from top to bottom of the list.

Creat a startup script

1. Click Create new...

.

The script names and configurations shown in the illustration serve as examples. You may make your own scripts.

Run a startup script immediately

1. Select the startup script from the list.

2. Click Run.

Both active and inactive startup scripts can be run immediately.

2. Enter a name for the startup script in the title input field.

3. Enter the commands (xConfiguration or xCommand) in the command input area. Start each command on a new line.

4. Click Save .

Activate or deactivate a startup script

1. Select the startup script from the list.

2. Click On to activate, or Off to deactivate a script.

Active startup scripts will run every time the video system starts up.

5. Click On to activate the startup script.

If you want to use an existing script as a starting point for editing, select that script and click Copy .

Delete a startup script

1. Select the startup script from the list.

2. Click Delete .

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About startup scripts

A startup script contains commands

(xCommand) and configurations

(xConfiguration) that will be executed as part of the start up procedure.

A few commands and configurations cannot be placed in a startup script, for example

xCommand SystemUnit

Boot

. It is not possible to save a script that contains illegal commands and configurations.

Syntax and semantics for xCommand and xConfiguration are explained in the API guide for the product.

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Access the video system’s XML files

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Integration >

Developer API .

The XML files are part of the video system’s API. They structure information about the system in a hierarchy.

• Configuration.xml

contains the current system settings

(configuration). These settings are controlled from the web interface or from the API (Application Programmer Interface).

• The information in status.xml

is constantly updated by the video system to reflect system and process changes. The status information is monitored from the web interface or from the API.

• Command.xml

contains an overview of the commands available to instruct the system to perform an action. The commands are issued from the API.

• Valuespace.xml

contains an overview of all the value spaces of system settings, status information, and commands.

Open an XML file

Click the file name to open the XML file.

System settings

Administrator Guide

About the API

The application programming interface

(API) is a tool for integration professionals and developers working with the video system. The API is described in detail in the API guide for the video system.

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Execute API commands and configurations from the web interface

Sign in to the web interface and navigate to Integration >

Developer API .

Commands (xCommand) and configurations (xConfiguration) can be executed from the web interface. Syntax and semantics are explained in the API guide for the video system.

System settings

Administrator Guide

About the API

The application programming interface

(API) is a tool for integration professionals and developers working with the video system. The API is described in detail in the API guide for the video system.

Execute API commands and configurations

1. Enter a command (xCommand or xConfiguration), or a sequence of commands, in the text area.

2. Click Execute to issue the command(s).

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About Ethernet ports

The main network port

The main network port - Network port 1 - is always reserved for the connection to LAN. This applies to all video systems.

Depending on the video system, Network port 1 is marked with the number 1, the network symbol ( ), or both.

Auxiliary network ports

Some video systems have more than one network port. The additional ports can be used for peripheral devices like cameras,

Touch 10, third-party control systems, and more.

A device that is connected to such a network port gets a local IP address from the codec, and therefore is not part of the corporate network. It is not possible for packets to traverse the codec between the main network port (LAN) and the auxiliary network ports (link-local).

• A Cisco peripheral device is assigned a dynamic IP address in the range (DHCP): 169.254.1.41 to 169.254.1.240

• A non-Cisco device is assigned the dynamic IP address

(DHCP): 169.254.1.30

NOTE: Only one non-Cisco device can get a dynamic IP address at a time.

• A non-Cisco device can be assigned a static IP address in the range: 169.254.1.241 to 169.254.1.254

This method can also be used to connect to the codec with SSH.

In this case you can use the IP address 169.254.1.1.

Power over Ethernet (PoE)

Some of the auxiliary network ports provide Power over Ethernet

(PoE). These ports can power peripherals like the Touch 10 controller.

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Product

Room Kit

Room Kit Mini

Room 55

Room 70 / Room 55 Dual

Room 70 G2

Codec Plus

Codec Pro

SX10

SX20

SX80

MX200 G2 / MX300 G2

MX700 / MX800

DX70 / DX80

Number of auxiliary network ports

1

1

1

2

4

2

2

2

0

0

1

4

2

Number of auxiliary network ports with PoE

0

1 ( )

1 ( )

1 ( )

2 ( , PoE)

1 ( )

0

0

0 *

0

2 ( , PoE)

0

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Serial interface

Use the micro USB connector for direct communication with the video system 1 .

You need a micro USB to USB cable. If the computer doesn’t auto-install a serial port driver, you need to install a serial port driver on the computer manually.

2

Use a terminal emulator (SSH client) to connect to the serial interface. For the most common computer types (PC, MAC) and operating systems, PuTTY or Tera Term will work.

The serial connection can be used without an IP-address, DNS, or a network.

Parameters:

• Baud rate: 115200 bps

• Data bits: 8

• Parity: None

• Stop bit: 1

• Hardware flow control: Off

Video system settings

Serial communication is enabled by default. Use the following configuration to change the behavior:

SerialPort > Mode

For security reasons, you are asked to sign in before using the serial interface. Use the following setting to change the behavior:

SerialPort > LoginRequired

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USB

Flip the connector cover up to uncover the connector panel.

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Flip the connector cover up to uncover the connector panel.

Micro USB connector

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Open TCP Ports

The web server within the codec prohibit or restrict the use of nonsecure or unnecessary ports, protocols, modules, and/or services. Some ports are open or closed by default.

TCP 22: SSH

You can close the port by setting SSH mode to Off .

NetworkServices SSH Mode: Off / On

TCP 80: HTTP

You can close the port by setting HTTP mode to Off or HTTPS .

NetworkServices HTTP Mode: HTTP+HTTPS / HTTPS / Off

TCP 443: HTTPS

You can close the port by setting HTTP mode to Off .

NetworkServices HTTP Mode: HTTP+HTTPS / HTTPS / Off

TCP 5060/5061: SIP listen ports

The SIP listen pors are open by default. The SIP listen ports are disabled by the Cisco UCM (Unified Communication Manager).

You can close the ports by setting the SIP listen ports to Off .

SIP ListenPort: Off / On

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The system settings are configured from the Setup > Configuration page on the web interface. Open a web browser and enter the IP address of the video system then sign in.

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HTTPFeedback address from TMS

When a video system is added to Cisco TelePresence

Management Suite (TMS), it is automatically configured to send information (events) back to TMS. The video system receives the address, that these events should be sent to, from

TMS (HTTPFeedback address). If this address is absent or misconfigured, the video system cannot send events to TMS.

Missing response to events

If the video system does not receive a response to an event, it will retry sending it to the HTTPFeedback address up to 6 times at increasing intervals.

If the video system does not receive a response to any of the retries, the endpoint tries to send a message to the

HTTPFeedback address every ten minutes. The HTTPFeedback status will indicate that it has failed, and there is a diagnostic message indicating the type of failure.

While retrying to send messages, there will be a loss of Call Detail

Records (CDR) on TMS.

Get a new HTTPFeedback address from TMS

In order to get a new address to send events to, you must restart the video system and wait for the next management address push from TMS (scheduled or triggered by the TMS administrator).

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SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY

• Collaboration Endpoint Software Version 8.2 or later

PRODUCT DELIVERED WITH:

• DX80 or DX70 system with integrated HD camera and microphone

• Network cable

• HDMI/USB cable (DX80 only)

• Power adapter and regional power cable

INTEGRATED HD CAMERA

• –5° to 70° from the display

• 63° horizontal field of view

• 38° vertical field of view

• Resolution: 1080p30

• F 2.2

• Instant focus based on face detection

• Privacy shutter

USER INTERFACE

• On-screen graphical user interface

LANGUAGE SUPPORT

(depends on software version)

• Arabic, Catalan, Chinese-Simplified, Chinese-

Traditional, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English,

English-UK, Finnish, French, French-Canadian,

German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese,

Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese,

Portuguese-Brazilian, Russian, Spanish,

Spanish-Latin, Swedish, Turkish

SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

• Total management through embedded SNMP,

Telnet, SSH, XML, and SOAP

• Remote software upload using web server,

HTTP, and HTTPS

• On-screen menu system

DIRECTORY SERVICES

• Support for local directories (Favorites)

• Corporate directory (through Cisco Unified

Communications Manager and Cisco

TelePresence Managment Suite)

• Server directory supporting LDAP and H.350

(requires Cisco TelePresence Managment Suite)

• Call history with received, placed and missed calls with date and time

POWER

• Rated: 60W maximum

• Low-power standby mode

OPERATING TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY

• Ambient temperature: 0°C to 40°C

(32°F to 95°F)

• Relative humidity (RH): 10 to 90%

STORAGE AND TRANSPORT TEMPERATURE

• –20°C to 60°C (–4°F to 140°F) at RH 10–90%

(noncondensing)

DX80 SYSTEM DIMENSIONS

• Width: 22.2 in. (56.5 cm)

• Height: 20.2 in. (51.2 cm)

• Depth: 3.5 in. (8.9 cm)

• Weight: 15.65 lb (7.1 kg)

DX70 SYSTEM DIMENSIONS

• Width: 13.91 in. (35.31 cm)

• Height: 14.84 in. (37.71 cm)

• Depth: 2.45 in. (6.23 cm)

• Weight: 7.5 lb (3.4 kg)

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BANDWIDTH

• Up to 3 Mbps

MINIMUM BANDWIDTH FOR RESOLUTION AND

FRAME RATE

• 720p30 from 768 kbps

• 1080p30 from 1472 kbps

FIREWALL TRAVERSAL

• Cisco TelePresence Expressway technology

VIDEO STANDARDS

• H.263

• H.263+

• H.264

• AVC (H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 Advanced Video

Coding)

VIDEO INPUT

One HDMI video input. Supports formats up to maximum 1920 x 1080 @ 60 fps (HD1080p60), including:

• 640 × 480

• 720 × 480

• 800 × 600

• 1024 × 768

• 1280 × 720

• 1366 x 768

• 1920 x 1080

Extended Display Identification Data (EDID)

VIDEO OUTPUT

One HDMI output * . (reserved for future use)

Supports format:

• 1920 × 1080 @ 60 fps (1080p60)

VESA Monitor Power Management

Extended Display Identification Data (EDID)

LIVE VIDEO RESOLUTIONS (ENCODE/DECODE)

Supports encode/decode video formats up to maximum 1920 × 1080@30 fps (HD1080p30), including:

• 176 × 144 @ 30 fps (QCIF) (decode only)

• 352 × 288 @ 30 fps (CIF)

• 512 × 288 @ 30 fps (w288p)

• 576 × 448 @ 30 fps (448p)

• 640 × 480 @ 30 fps (VGA)

• 704 × 576 @ 30 fps (4CIF)

• 768 × 448 @ 30 fps (w448p)

• 800 × 600 @ 30 fps (SVGA)

• 1024 × 576 @ 30 fps (w576p)

• 1024 × 768 @ 30 fps (XGA)

• 1280 × 720 @ 30 fps (HD720p)

• 1280 × 768 @ 30 fps (WXGA)

• 1280 × 1024 @ 30 fps (SXGA)

• 1440 × 900 @ 30 fps (WXGA+)

• 1680 × 1050 @ 30 fps (WSXGA+)

• 1920 × 1080 @ 30 fps (HD1080p)

AUDIO STANDARDS

• 64 kbps AAC-LD

• OPUS

• G.722

• G.722.1

• G.711mu

• G.711a

• G.729AB

AUDIO FEATURES

• Up to 48 kHz sampling rate

• High quality 20 kHz audio

• Acoustic echo cancellers

• Automatic gain control

• Automatic noise reduction

• Active lip synchronization

AUDIO INPUTS

• Integrated microphone arrray

• One HDMI audio-in

* HDMI version 1.3

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AUDIO OUTPUTS

• One line out, mini-jack (DX70)

• One HDMI (digital main audio)

DUAL STREAM

• H.239 dual stream (H.323)

• BFCP dual stream (SIP)

• Support for resolutions up to 1920 × 1080 at 15 fps

MULTIPOINT SUPPORT

• Cisco Ad-Hoc Conferencing (requires Cisco Unified

Communications Manager (CUCM), and Cisco

Meeting Server (CMS) or Cisco TelePresence

Server with Cisco TelePresence Conductor)

PROTOCOLS

• SIP and H.323

EMBEDDED ENCRYPTION

• SIP and H.323 point-to-point

• Standards-based: H.235v3 and Advanced

Encryption Standard (AES)

• Automatic key generation and exchange

• Supported in dual stream

IP NETWORK FEATURES

• DNS lookup for service configuration

• Differentiated Services (QoS)

• IP adaptive bandwidth management (including flow control)

• Auto-gatekeeper discovery

• Dynamic playout and lip-sync buffering

• H.245 dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) tones in

H.323

• Date and time support via NTP

• Packet loss based downspeeding

• URI dialing

• TCP/IP

• DHCP

• IEEE 802.1x network authentication

• IEEE 802.1q Virtual LAN

• IEEE 802.1p QoS and class of service

• Cisco ClearPath

IPV6 NETWORK SUPPORT

• Dual stack IPv4 and IPv6 for H.323 and SIP

• Dual stack IPv4 and IPv6 for DHCP, SSH, HTTP,

HTTPS, DNS, DiffServ

• Support for static IP address assignment, stateless autoconfiguration and DHCPv6

SUPPORTED INFRASTRUCTURE

• Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8.6.2 and later

• Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server

(Cisco VCS)

SECURITY FEATURES

• Management using web interface (HTTPS/HTTP) and SSH

• Password protected IP administration

• Password protected administration menu

• Disable IP services

• Network settings protection

NETWORK INTERFACES

• Internal 2-port Cisco Ethernet switch (RJ-45)

10/100/1000BASE-T (only auto-negotiation)

• Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz

• Bluetooth 4.0 LE

OTHER INTERFACES

• Three USB ports

• One MicroSD card slot for future use

• One Micro USB port for maintenance

APPROVALS AND COMPLIANCE

• Directive 2014/35/EU (Low-Voltage Directive)

• Directive 2014/30/EU (EMC Directive) – Class A

• Directive 2014/53/EU (Radio Equipment Directive)

• Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS)

• Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE)

• NRTL approved (Product Safety)

• FCC CFR 47 Part 15B (EMC) – Class B

• FCC Listed (Radio Equipment)

Please check the Product Approval Status Database at http://www.ciscofax.com for approval documents per country.

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Supported RFCs

The RFC (Request for Comments) series contains technical and organizational documents about the Internet, including the technical specifications and policy documents produced by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

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CE software supports a range of RFCs, including the following:

• RFC 2782 DNS RR for specifying the location of services

(DNS SRV)

• RFC 3261 SIP: Session Initiation Protocol

• RFC 3263 Locating SIP Servers

• RFC 3361 DHCP Option for SIP Servers

• RFC 3550 RTP: A Transport Protocol for Real-Time

Applications

• RFC 3711 The Secure Real-time Transport Protocol (SRTP)

• RFC 4091 The Alternative Network Address Types (ANAT)

Semantics for the Session Description Protocol (SDP)

Grouping Framework

• RFC 4092 Usage of the Session Description Protocol (SDP)

Alternative Network Address Types (ANAT) Semantics in the

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)

• RFC 4582 The Binary Floor Control Protocol draft-ietf-bfcpbis-rfc4582bis-00 Revision of the Binary Floor

Control Protocol (BFCP) for use over an unreliable transport

• RFC 4733 RTP Payload for DTMF Digits, Telephony Tones and

Telephony Signals

• RFC 5245 Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE): A

Protocol for Network Address Translator (NAT) Traversal for

Offer/Answer Protocols

• RFC 5589: SIP Call Control Transfer

• RFC 5766 Traversal Using Relays around NAT (TURN): Relay

Extensions to Session Traversal Utilities for NAT (STUN)

• RFC 5905 Network Time Protocol Version 4: Protocol and

Algorithms Specification

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User documentation on the Cisco web site

Use the following short-links to find the documentation for the product series running CE software.

The documents are organized in the following categories - some documents are not available for all products:

Room Series:

►  https://www.cisco.com/go/room-docs

MX Series:

► https://www.cisco.com/go/mx-docs

SX Series:

►   https://www.cisco.com/go/sx-docs

DX Series:

  https://www.cisco.com/go/dx-docs

In general, you can find user documentation for all Cisco

Collaboration endpoints at ► https://www.cisco.com/go/ telepresence/docs

Install and Upgrade > Install and Upgrade Guides

• Installation guides: How to install the product

• Getting started guide: Initial configurations required to get the system up and running

• RCSI guide: Regulatory compliance and safety information

Maintain and Operate > Maintain and Operate Guides

• Getting started guide: Initial configurations required to get the system up and running

• Administrator guide: Information required to administer your product

• Deployment guide for TelePresence endpoints on

CUCM: Tasks to perform to start using the video system with the Cisco Unified Communications Manager

(CUCM)

• Spare parts overview, Spare parts replacement guides,

Cable schemas : Useful information when replacing spare parts

Maintain and Operate > End-User Guides

• User guides: How to use the product

• Quick reference guides: How to use the product

• Physical interface guide: Details about the codec’s physical interface, including the connector panel and

LEDs

Reference Guides > Command references

• API reference guides: Reference guide for the

Application Programmer Interface (API)

Reference Guides > Technical References

• CAD drawings: 2D CAD drawings with measurements

Configure > Configuration Guides

• Customization guide: How to customize the user interface, how to use the video system’s API to program in-room controls, making macros, use a video switch, and configure advanced audio set-ups using the Audio

Console.

Design > Design Guides

• Video conferencing room guidelines: General guidelines for room design and best practice

• Video conferencing room guidelines: Things to do to improve the perceived audio quality

Software Downloads, Release and General Information >

Licensing Information

• Open source documentation: Licenses and notices for open source software used in this product

Software Downloads, Release and General Information >

Release Notes

• Software release notes

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On our web site you will find an overview of the worldwide Cisco contacts.

Go to: ►

  https://www.cisco.com/go/offices

Corporate Headquarters

Cisco Systems, Inc.

170 West Tasman Dr.

San Jose, CA 95134 USA

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