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CMS WebRTC not populate Meeting ID and passcode

Vinod16
Beginner
Beginner

Hi All,

CMS Rendezvous Conferencing working fine from Cisco jabber app and now i want to modify webrtc url in a such way that if someone add meetingID/passcode@WebRTC-URL then it should automatically connect meeting .

No need to manually enter meeting id or passcode.

 

its not working for me, its directly open Webrtc page (when i type meetingID/passcode@WebRTC-URL in browser) to enter meeting id and passcode.

 

Is there a way to achieve this.

 

Thanks in advance.

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b.winter
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How do you think, it will work entering and email formatted address in the browser (no talking about CMS, but in general)? What should happen / What is your expectation, if you do it?

 

Anyway, the way to enter a meeting directly with the browser is like this:

https://<WebRTC-URL>/meeting/<Call-ID>?secret=<secret>

 

But the secret is not the passcode.

You have to look it up via the API under the coSpace:

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b.winter
Advocate
Advocate

How do you think, it will work entering and email formatted address in the browser (no talking about CMS, but in general)? What should happen / What is your expectation, if you do it?

 

Anyway, the way to enter a meeting directly with the browser is like this:

https://<WebRTC-URL>/meeting/<Call-ID>?secret=<secret>

 

But the secret is not the passcode.

You have to look it up via the API under the coSpace:

1.JPG

Vinod16
Beginner
Beginner

Hello Winter,

 

This is what i am looking for and its working as expected.

 

Can we do similar for SIP endpoint / Cisco jabber also ?

No, you have to dial into the space and then enter the passcode via DTMF.

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