Hi Everybody ,
We have a Video Conferencing network without any documentation that I need to streamline . Any suggestion to what kind of documentation I can start working on . If somebody has any templates that would be highly appreciated . We have the following :-
1- Cisco Telepresence Codec C90 Qty=12
2- Cisco Telepresence Codec C60 Qty=12
3- Cisco Telepresenc Codec C40 Qty=6
4- Cisco VCS Cluster 1 Cluster ( 2 VCS units)
5- Cisco TCS Cluster 2 Clusters ( 4 TCS Units)
6- External Storage for the TCS
Aziz ur Rehman
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Hi Guys ,
The thing is the VC network is already configured . I am looking for an "As-Built" template in which i can fill in all the configuration done on the Codecs and infrastructure equipment . I hope that clears things out a bit ..
Aziz ur Rehman
Hi Aziz, You may want to consider deploying Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS) in your N/W to manage the devices you have. Pls refer to the following URL http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11338/tsd_products_support_series_home.html for TMS documents.
If you do not have a TMS, for the codecs and VCS you can log into the CLI and do an xconfiguration. The xconfiguration will give you a list of all the configurations you can do for that codec or VCS. You can put this into notepad and edit the settings to whatever you desire (most likely the generic settings you'll want to put on each codec). This can then be pasted into the CLI of each codec and VCS (remove the ".*" before copying over). After this is done you can then go in and add any specific settings you want for each codec such as the IP address/URI/etc. This is essentially a generic way of doing it without a TMS.
You can refer to the API guide for what the xconfiguration commands are.