The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco Endpoint running TC or CE Software (CE9.x)
The information in this document was created from the devices in a specific lab environment. All of the devices used in this document started with a cleared (default) configuration. If your network is live, make sure that you understand the potential impact of any command.
Conference End Notifications appear on the Endpoint as shown in the image:
The Conference End Notification parameter is configurable. To show the message multiple times, separate the minutes with a comma. For example, 1,5 displays the message 5 minutes and 1 minute before the conference is scheduled to end.
To configure the Conference End Notification Navigate to TMS > Administrative Tools > Configuration > Conference Settings and then to the Conference Ending section as shown in the image:
Below is how this setting can be applied to different kinds of meetings:
Point to Point meeting (booked from TMS, no bridge engaged).
When a meeting is scheduled in TMS with 2 endpoints (no Bridge), TMS sends out an ApplicatIon Programming Interface (API) to the endpoint as shown in the image:
Logs from Endpoint:
CuilApp : User admin about to execute command '/UserInterface/Message/Alert/Display Duration: 10 Text: Scheduled meeting ends in 1 minute. To extend meeting call video administrator.' from 10.106.124.202.
When using a TMS managed Bridge (Conductor, Cisco Meeting Server(CMS), Telepresence Server(TPS), Media Control Unit(MCU)).
If a meeting is scheduled via a CMS use the Show In-Video Warnings About Conference Ending setting as shown in the image:
If set to Yes, the remote participants receives an in-video warning about conference ending. This setting applies only to multipoint conferences hosted on a bridge.
Book a meeting with 2 endpoints and include a bridge in TMS as shown in the image:
2. Event logs from TMS appear as shown in the image:
If this option is set to No, the TMS sends the message to the individual endpoints
1. Book a meeting meeting with 2 endpoints and include a bridge in TMS as shown in the image:
2. TMS Event Log appear as shown in the image:
Book meetings using External Hosted Conference.
When you book a meeting using an External Hosted conference, only a minimal number of features are available on the TMS. TMS does not have control of the booking. TMS doesn’t end the meeting.
For example, book a meeting and use an External Hosted Address, meeting was booked for 3 minutes, Meeting started on time, however meeting never disconnected. The conference runs for over 15 minutes.
TMS does not disconnect the call, so TMS does not send a end meeting notification for this type of meetings as shown in the image:
TMS event logs does not indicate that the endpoint is disconnected from the conference as shown in the image:
There is currently no verification procedure available for this configuration.
There is currently no specific troubleshooting information available for this configuration.