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I have TANDBERG video conference unit. The unit is setup in my coporate LAN, inside firewall. I want to configure it to be stand alone unit (i.e. not registering to any server at all) and able to handle call from external public party (incoming call and outgoing call). I am not sure how to...
We have just installed new Polycom HDX 8002 video conference units in several offices across our company. I have a remote employee that wants to join a monthly video call from his house via his webcam. Is this even possible? If so, how do we go about facilitating this? Thank you!
what is the best way to deploy videoconferencing services? An Internet solution over fiber with a 5 MB bandwidth, Satellite connection or over a data network (MPLS)? but the last is an expensive solution. and videoconferencing services are used for meetings and interview which rarley occur of daily...