Question about Polycom VSX 7000 Video Conference
I work for a big company that uses a mixed architecture: Tandberg TMS to manage the Polycom codecs.
We are using the release 11.7.1 for TMS and the 8.5.3 for most of the codecs. For several months we are experiencing an error in TMS "No Http Response" = the codecs are unreachable via TMS and we are not able to reach the web interface of the codec. We have to make a software reboot via telnet or an hardware one when we cannot log via telnet to be able to manage the system again with TMS.
We have asked the technical support of the 2 manufacturers but by now we have no solution.
Do you know this problem ? Do you have any clue to solve ?
Thanks in advance
SOURCE: polycom vsx 7000
no the power supply is propreitory( has multiple voltages) & is not advisable, u could blow up ur expensive confeencing equipemt.polycom has designed it in that manner!!
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
Check out the following things:-
1. When dialing a ISDN number, be sure that the call preference has not been set to IP H.323 on the home screen just below the dialing field.
2. Check with your service provider that outwards dialling have been enabled on the lines provided to you.
Posted on Apr 02, 2009
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