Ad Hoc is a widely used conferencing type that can implement trilateral or multilateral conferences. CMS can be used as a conferencing bridge resource. We’re going to use CUCM 11.5SU1 and CMS 2.3.3 for experimental purposes. Please use a proper configuration according to your own environment. Note CUCM versions prior to 11.5 SU3 use TLS 1.0, and CMS 2.3 and later versions use TLS1.2. If a CUCM version earlier that 11.5 SU3 is integrated with CMS 2.3+, you should modify the CMS TLS version information...
08.02.2022 17:40:53
With a wide range of conferencing products offered by Cisco it may be hard to figure out what are the options and what each of them is designed for. This post is going to help you to get a sense of what is happening in the Cisco’s conferencing world. Audio Conferencing Cisco UCM has several conferencing features on-board: Ad-Hoc - to escalate the current phone call to audio-conference, Meet-Me – for permanent conferences, ConferenceNow (introduced in CUCM 11) – for personal conference...
20.02.2016 02:25:00
... “getting started” implementations. If you need more, you have to switch to one of full-featured conferencing platform described, for example, here, on Cisco’s website. But in this post we’re going to review only on-board options shipped with CUCM. Ad-Hoc Conference Ad-hoc (also referred to as “instant”) conference is an impromptu conference that is not scheduled before. A point-to-point call may be escalated to an ad-hoc conference using Cisco IP phone, Cisco Jabber, or some 3rd party CTI ...
12.11.2015 05:11:00

Sorted by relevance | Sort by date