I am trying to use the Jabber video client to call a standalone H.323 endpoint device.
I have installed Jabber on my PC (windows) and also on my Ipad. No success, I can not get the jabber to video call to anywhere.
I thought to understand we could use Jabber video as a standalone H.323 client, but I did not succeed.
I woudl very much appreciate some help.
Thank you Richard,
So if I understand correctly, if there is no VCS control, then we need to configure the end point using SIP.
Do you know if there is a free SIP server available? Does Cisco provide one for Jabber Telepresence? What setting should I use for Jabber Telepresence in External Server and SIP server?
Thank you very much.
I have downloaded "Cisco Jabber Video for Telepresence", I am having hard itme to make it work....I would like to configure it so I can connect from my PC to my video conference End Point.
Gotcha. That software requires a TMS server and a VCS control server, plus some licensing.
I know you can download both and try them out, but not sure if it gives you enough to try Movi.
Try MS NetMeeting.
actually if your end-point is not regisered at CUCM how do you dial the end point using jabber ?
and im facing the same problem..like I have a standalone devices , and the users on desktop needs to dial in to those devices ?
we can do this by pointing a SIP ttunk from CUCM to this unregistered device I guess ,But if we do not have a CUCM
what is the best client to be used to dial in to standlone cisco telepresnse video end points ,
any advice is highly appriciated ,