A part of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. Allows system administrators to perform configuration and maintenance functions on the web.
The process of storing database backup files to a remote system over the network, together with other critical external files. You can use the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Administration Center to configure the system to automatically archive data.
A user class. A user who has permanent delegate permissions for all end users in their organization. Also has the ability to join a meeting even if the maximum number of ports allowed for that meeting has been met (as long as floater ports are available).
The process of saving database files somewhere else so that they are available in case of a system failure.You can use the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Administration Center to configure the system to automatically back up data.
A software-based application that delivers enhanced telephony support through personal computers.
Cisco Media Convergence Server
A Cisco server platform for Cisco Unified IP Communications solutions. Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express works with the 7825, 7835, and 7845 models.
The Cisco Technical Assistance Center. Provides around-the-clock, award-winning technical support services for Cisco products and technologies.
Cisco Unified CallManager
The software-based call-processing component of the Cisco enterprise IP telephony solution.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express
A single-box software application that provides audio conferencing, web-based scheduling, e-mail notifications, web-based administration, and ad hoc conferencing. All configuration and control is performed on the web. Supports up to 200 sessions in an IP-only system, using H.323 and SIP.
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express VT
The ad hoc voice, video, and web offering that is new in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express Release 1.2.
An interface that allows system administrators to interact with the operating system by entering commands and optional values.
Defines the relationship between the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system and its components. This string acts like a password to control the components access to the system. Access privileges for the community string provide security by restricting the ability to alter the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.
Monitor and keyboard that are directly attached to the Cisco MCS server where your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system resides.
A type of meeting that is always in session and available to attendees. Resources are reserved 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A user class. A user who can manage the scheduled meetings for a specific set of end users. End users have either one or no delegates. Delegates can schedule a meeting in someone else's name, can reschedule (or delete) an existing meeting owned by someone else, and can view an existing meeting owned by someone else, even those marked private.
A standards-based protocol for dynamically allocating and managing IP addresses. DHCP runs between individual computers and a DHCP server to allocate and assign IP addresses to the computers and to limit the time for which the computer can use the address. When the time expires on the use of the IP address, the computer must contact the DHCP server again to obtain an address.
System used on the Internet for translating recognizable names of network nodes into IP addresses.
The style of identifier—a sequence of case-insensitive ASCII labels separated by dots ("bbn.com.")—defined for subtrees in the Internet DNS and used in other Internet identifiers, such as hostnames, mailbox names, and URLs.
The e-mail message that the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system sends to meeting invitees and organizers with details about an upcoming meeting. Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express generates an e-mail notification after a meeting is scheduled. Also called a meeting notification.
The web pages that allow end users to perform many functions, such as scheduling and finding meetings, editing preferences, and listening to meeting recordings.
The name or sound that announces the arrival or departure of a meeting participant. Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express end users can choose various entry and departure announcements for their meetings.
Used when importing data into the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system. The number of errors that can occur when importing data before the system aborts the import.
The default user class. An unauthenticated end user.
A standard that specifies the components, protocols, and procedures that provide multimedia communication services—real-time audio, video, and data communications—over packet networks, including Internet Protocol (IP)-based networks. H.323 is part of a family called H.32x that provides multimedia communication services over a variety of networks.
An immediate solution that is provided to customers who can not wait for the next formal release. See also patch and upgrade.
An end user's profile can become inactive after too many failed login attempts or can be manually set to inactive by a system administrator. Inactive end users cannot log in to the system.
Preparing the software to be localized.
An Internet protocol that e-mail programs use to look up contact information from a server.
Software that allows users to access a particular feature or function.
The web conferencing meeting room experience for those end users who do not have web conferencing licenses.
A version for a specific language and region. For example, US English is English for the United States and UK English is English for the UK. Although both use the English language, they are different locales.
Creating a version of the software with country and language specifics (such as a different calendar format and different voice languages).
The process of saving information about application activities.
Used by SNMP, a MIB is a collection of managed objects residing in a virtual information store. These managed objects might be hardware, configuration parameters, performance statistics, and so on, that directly relate to the current operation of the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.
A web meeting room permission type. By default, all profiled users are given moderator permission. Moderator permissions are a temporary set of permissions available in a meeting that allow the moderator to control the meeting. For example, moderators can eject participants from a meeting and change participant permissions. Moderators can also promote and demote other participants to moderator status.
The mpxadmin user is the main administrative user for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.
A Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express feature that enables the system to call someone who is not currently in the meeting.
The person whose name is attached to the meeting. The owner is not necessarily the person who scheduled the meeting.
Contains a small set of bug fixes that can be applied on top of a major release, minor release, or maintenance release. The word "patch" is a general term that is used interchangeable with "engineering special" and "service release." See also hot fix and upgrade.
Business logic that enables increased meeting control and structure by limiting certain Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express features to specific user access groups.
A collection of information that uniquely identifies a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express end user. It contains such information as the end user's ID, permission type, and preferences for setting up meetings.
A user with a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express account. User profiles are created by a system administrator. User profiles can contain different levels of service for billing and security considerations.
A recorded message that asks the end user for information.
A meeting that is scheduled without access restrictions. Public meetings are searchable and accessible from the Find Meetings page.
An application layer protocol that uses text format messages to set up, manage, and terminate multimedia communication sessions. SIP is a simplified version of the ITU H.323 packet multimedia system. SIP is defined in RFC-2543.
Network management protocol used almost exclusively in TCP/IP networks. SNMP provides a means to monitor and control network devices, and to manage configurations, statistics collection, performance, and security.
A user class. Has every privilege available and may modify any end user, meeting, or configuration parameter. This is the only user class that can access the Administration Center. System administrators are usually responsible for setting up and maintaining the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express database, including information about the system configuration and the user community.
The temporal equivalent of a geographical location in terms of an offset from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and rules for daylight savings. In Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express, each profile has a time zone setting, which should be set to reflect the office location where the end user regularly does business. The system automatically adjusts for time differences between locations, including differences in rules for daylight savings.
Used by SNMP to report certain events to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system.
Manages the phone to end user interaction, including playing prompts, receiving DTMF, and deciding when to place a phone session into a meeting.
A large enhancement to the product. See also hot fix and patch.
The level of system-related permissions available to a user.
Capability of carrying normal telephony-style voice over an IP network with circuit-base, telephone-like functionality, reliability, and voice quality. DSPs segment the voice signal into frames, which then are coupled in groups of two and stored in voice packets. These packets are transported using IP in compliance with H.323. VoIP is a blanket term that generally refers to the Cisco standards-based (H.323 and so forth) approach to IP voice traffic.
web meeting room
The web pages that the end user sees when participating in a web meeting. This is different than the End-User Interface.