cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
cancel
Announcements

Cisco Community Designated VIP Class of 2020

1736
Views
0
Helpful
2
Replies
Beginner

How we can access trough the web interface of the video system DX80 registered as Spark Room ? Which user name and passphrase we have to use ?

We have the video system DX80 registered as Spark Room and we need to access the web interface but  which are user name and passphrase  ?

admin <blank> dosen't work .

Thank you

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Accepted Solutions
Highlighted
Enthusiast

Re: How we can access trough the web interface of the video system DX80 registered as Spark Room ? Which user name and passphrase we have to use ?

Hi Emiliano,

Once the Video endpoint is registered on Spark, you cannot access anymore the WebGUI using an admin login.

Only the Spark Admin portal gives access to a very limited subset of settings.  This can be a bit frustrating but this is by design, to make things simpler. And as per Cisco, the Spark admin GUI should evolve over time to give access to more settings.

This is explained in the FAQ here:

Cisco Spark Room Systems Q&amp;A

Best regards,

Vincent.

View solution in original post

2 REPLIES 2
Rising star

Re: How we can access trough the web interface of the video system DX80 registered as Spark Room ? Which user name and passphrase we have to use ?

Eliliano,

I found this article that may help with registering your DX80 to Cisco Spark.

DX70 and DX80 Registration to Cisco Spark Requi... | Cisco Cloud Collaboration Help Central

I hope this helps.

Kelli Glass

Moderator for Cisco Customer Communities

Highlighted
Enthusiast

Re: How we can access trough the web interface of the video system DX80 registered as Spark Room ? Which user name and passphrase we have to use ?

Hi Emiliano,

Once the Video endpoint is registered on Spark, you cannot access anymore the WebGUI using an admin login.

Only the Spark Admin portal gives access to a very limited subset of settings.  This can be a bit frustrating but this is by design, to make things simpler. And as per Cisco, the Spark admin GUI should evolve over time to give access to more settings.

This is explained in the FAQ here:

Cisco Spark Room Systems Q&amp;A

Best regards,

Vincent.

View solution in original post

CreatePlease to create content
Content for Community-Ad
FusionCharts will render here