You will need to setup an MCU (multi-point conrol unit), so that it can create the video conference. The functionality is not built directly into Unified Communications Manager, but requires separate hardware.
We have some Tandberg video endpoints that contain a 4 (maybe 5) device internal MCU, so we utilize that device to conference in multiple video devices, but the Tandberg has to do all of the calling to achieve that, so they can't be built dynamically like a conference call is.
We have a Tandberg 550MXP with integrated MCU that we would like to use with a CCM6.0 to place videoconference among more than 2 parties. Please, could you explain to me how to configure the MCU in the CCM to get it working?
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