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Interoperability Cisco Telepresence Server 2.2

hi

Our Cisco Telepresence server (8710) connected to VCS working with CTS-3010 endpoints (with presentation codec) registered with CUCM for presentation sharing during multipoint meeting.

We found that when sharing presentation from  a CTS-3010 to other CTS-3010 via Cisco Telepresence Server 2.2 (Bridged) that is registered to VCS, only 5 fps is used.  But, if point-to-point between two CTS, 30 fps is used.

We have presentation codec on both CTS

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/telepresence/interop/1_8/deployment/guide/present.html#wp1074226

Case1: CTS-3010 <--> VCS (8710) <--> CTS-3010

with TS(8710) bridged CTS Log when 5fps

2012-05-21 08:59:41: INFO Negotiated Media Configuration: LTRP: Disabled GDR: Disabled High Profile: Disabled Cabac: Disabled

2012-05-21 08:59:42: INFO Endpoint used protocol MUX version 7 for this call

2012-05-21 08:59:42: INFO The presentation has been negotiated to 5 FPS

2012-05-21 09:49:18: INFO BFCP Status: Disabled

Case2: CTS-3010 <--> CTS-3010

with 2 CTS point to point call log

2012-05-21 09:49:17: INFO Main display: Stop displaying mute icon

2012-05-21 09:49:18: INFO Negotiated Media Configuration: LTRP: Enabled GDR: Enabled High Profile: Enabled Cabac: Enabled

2012-05-21 09:49:18: INFO Endpoint used protocol MUX version 7 for this call

2012-05-21 09:49:18: INFO The presentation has been negotiated to 30 FPS

2012-05-21 09:49:18: INFO BFCP Status: Disabled

Any advise?

Thanks

Daniel Cheung

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Interoperability Cisco Telepresence Server 2.2

Hi But Keung Cheung

I have read that calls through the Telepresence Server using the TIP protocol will have the Content/Presentation rate limited to 5fps. I couldn’t find this in any Cisco documentation but it was in some Polycom documentation discussing the Cisco Telepresence Server.

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