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Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account
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Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account

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Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account

Contents

Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account

Cisco TelePresence Cisco WebEx Integration Options

Setting the Meeting Center Cisco TelePresence Privilege

Checking for the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type

Adding the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type

Where to Go Next


Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account


Revised: March, 2011, OL-21352-01

Note Your Cisco WebEx first-time setup is not complete until you integrate and provision your Cisco WebEx account in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration interface using the steps in this chapter. Cisco TelePresence must already be enabled.


Contents

Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account.

Setting the Meeting Center Cisco TelePresence Privilege

Integrating Cisco TelePresence with Your Cisco WebEx Site Administration Account

You have access to the Cisco WebEx Administration Site interface through your Cisco WebEx Account Team using a unique Cisco WebEx Site Administration URL and password. As a site administrator, you must log in to integrate and provision your account during first time setup. After you have completed the first-time setup, you can manage your account and access Cisco WebEx user and administration guides for the services and features that have been configured on your Cisco TelePresence system.

Proceed to the following sections to complete first-time setup:

Cisco TelePresence Cisco WebEx Integration Options

Setting the Meeting Center Cisco TelePresence Privilege

Cisco TelePresence Cisco WebEx Integration Options

To integrate Cisco TelePresence to Cisco WebEx:


Step 1 Log in to the Cisco WebEx Administration Site interface using your Cisco WebEx Site Administration URL and scheduling server password.

Step 2 On the left navigation bar under Manage Site, choose Site Settings. The Site Settings screen appears.

Step 3 Scroll down to TelePresence Integration Options, as shown in Figure 6-1.

Figure 6-1 Configuring Cisco WebEx Connection Settings

Step 4 Click to select Enable Cisco TelePresence Integration (MC only). If not checked, Cisco WebEx will be disabled on this site and the rest of the Cisco TelePresence integration options will be grayed out.

Step 5 Enter your CTSMAN Access Code (SiteID and ConferenceID). This combined access code identifies a prefix number which is exclusively assigned to Cisco Telepresence deployments that are integrated with the Cisco WebEx meeting solution. This code allows the CTMS to connect to the Cisco TelePresence Gateway to initiate your meeting.

Step 6 Click to select List Cisco TelePresence meetings on calendar so that scheduled meetings appear on the Cisco WebEx calendar.

Step 7 Click to select Send invitation email to meeting host. This allows the meeting information email to be sent to the Cisco WebEx host after the meeting is scheduled.

Step 8 Click to select Display toll-free number to attendees. This enables the system to show the toll-free number that attendees can call to join the meeting.

Step 9 Select Enable Video to enable video during the Cisco TelePresence meeting. You can select either or both of the following options for enabling video:

TelePresence Video—Enables video for a Cisco TelePresence meeting.

WebEx Multipoint Video—Enables video for a Cisco WebEx site in a Cisco TelePresence meeting.

Step 10 In the Cisco WebEx VOIP and Video Connection field, click one of the following:

Auto Encrypted UDP/TCP SSL—Allows the Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Server (CTMS) to connect over UDP with the Cisco TelePresence Gateway. If the UDP connection is not allowed, CTMS will fall back to TCP.

TCP SSL—(Recommended) Connects over TCP over a SSL connection.

This selects the connection method between the Cisco WebEx client and the multimedia server (VOIP and video).

Step 11 Click Save to save your settings.

Step 12 Proceed to Setting the Meeting Center Cisco TelePresence Privilege to complete your setup.


Setting the Meeting Center Cisco TelePresence Privilege

You must set the meeting center Cisco TelePresence privilege in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration interface to complete your setup by selecting the "PRO" Session Type. Check for or configure this privilege using the steps in the following sections:

Checking for the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type

Adding the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type

Checking for the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type


Step 1 In the left navigation bar under Manage Users, choose Edit User List. The Edit User List screen appears, as shown in Figure 6-2.

Figure 6-2 Cisco WebEx Site Administration - Edit User List

Each Cisco WebEx user account has a corresponding set of Session Type check boxes that indicate which Cisco WebEx session types have been enabled for that user; "TelePresence" is one of them, as indicated by the "PRO" headline (circled in red) in Figure 6-2. However, "PRO" can represent different types of features. For instance:

PRO—Pro Meeting

PRO—TelePresence

PRO—MC-US

Click on any of the "PRO" Session Types for a specific user entry to see the feature list for that headline. A separate window opens that lists the features that have been enabled for that particular Cisco WebEx user, as shown in Figure 6-3.


Note The number of columns there are for an individual Cisco WebEx user account under the Session Type heading depends on how many session types that a particular Cisco WebEx user site supports.


Step 2 To verify that a user has meeting center Cisco TelePresence privileges, locate the user entry on the Edit User List and click on all of the "PRO" Session Types until you find the "Supported Features in TelePresence" feature list window, as shown in Figure 6-3. If the corresponding checkbox beneath this headline is checked, meeting center Cisco TelePresence privileges are enabled.

Step 3 If you do not find the "PRO" Meeting Center TelePresence Session Type, or if there is no "Supported Features in TelePresence" window present after you have clicked on all "PRO" Session Types, proceed to Adding the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type.

Figure 6-3 Supported Features in TelePresence


Adding the Cisco TelePresence Privilege Session Type

If you find that a user entry does not have meeting center Cisco TelePresence privilege (PRO: Meeting Center TelePresence Session Type) and you need to enable it, do the following while still on the
Manage Users > Edit User List page:


Step 1 Locate the user entry and click on it to open the Edit User window for that account.

Step 2 Scroll down to the Privileges section. Your account Session Types are shown in the Session Type Allowed box, as shown in Figure 6-4.

Figure 6-4 Session Types Allowed

Step 3 Required. Check the box for PRO: Meeting Center TelePresence, as shown circled in red in Figure 6-4.

Step 4 Click the Update button at the bottom of the window to save your PRO: Meeting Center TelePresence Session Type setting.

This completes setting meeting center Cisco TelePresence Session Type privileges in the Cisco WebEx Site Administration. Your Cisco WebEx account is now fully integrated and provisioned.


Tip To upgrade any features, notify your Cisco WebEx business contact.


Step 5 Proceed to Verifying, Testing, and Troubleshooting Cisco TelePresence WebEx OneTouch on the Cisco TelePresence System to verify and maintain your configuration.


Where to Go Next

For complete information about managing your Cisco WebEx Administration Site account, go to the Cisco WebEx Administration Site Help pages at the following URL and search on TelePresence or click the Index or Contents tabs to see a full list of administration tasks:

https://go.webex.com/docs/T27LB/common_docs/en_US/siteadmin/help/wwhelp/wwhimpl/js/html/wwhelp.htm

See also the Cisco WebEx Site Administration User's Guide:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/meetingplace/8x/english/webex_siteadmin/wx_siteadmin_WBS27_FR14_.pdf