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Cisco WebEx Telepresence is offered with Jabber Video and premium subscription service plans. To subscribe to a service plan, work with a WebEx Telepresence authorized reseller or sales partner to choose your devices and plan. The reseller creates the order for the service, which automatically assigns a local video number and activation code for each system.
Automatically assigned video address formatted as [video number]@webex.com
Custom video address formatted as [display name]@webex.com
Unlimited video calling (inbound and outbound)
Unlimited inbound voice calls from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
Outbound voice calls over PSTN (optional feature; additional charges apply)
Personal bridge (available for use by both WebEx Telepresence and Jabber Video users)
Depending on the device you choose for your service, you may need anywhere from 512 Kbps to 4 Mbps of bi-directional bandwidth, offering various levels of video quality. We recommend 1.28 Mbps for 720p30 and 4 Mbps for 1080p30. These bandwidth numbers are dedicated for video calling, and should be in addition to any other Internet communication you may have.
Hi all, Apologies in advance - this is a topic with a lot of related posts. I have an sg300-20 in L3 mode and am just not seeing what I am missing creating ACLs. Among others, I was looking at this post: https://community.cisco.com/t...
Im facing a weird scenario which I don't really know if its a misconfiguration. Having a network with a C3750G switch for inter-vlan routing and c2960 switches for access, the network was working fine.the company decided to extend the switch ports an...