Removing and Replacing the Codec
To remove and replace a codec, complete the following steps:
Step 1 Remove the cabinet cover.
See Figure 2-57 for more information.
Step 2 Power off the system by turning the power switch on the PDU inside the cabinet to the “OFF” position.
The switch is located in the right side of the cabinet.
Step 3 Remove the cables from the codec.
See Figure 2-50 for a cable routing diagram.
Step 4 Remove the codec by completing the following steps:
a. Remove the two screws connecting the codec bracket to the cabinet.
b. Remove the codec assembly from the cabinet.
c. Remove codec bracket by removing the eight screws connecting the codec bracket to the codec.
See Figure 2-44 for more information.
Step 5 Install the new codec into the cabinet by completing the following steps:
a. Attach the codec bracket to the codec, using four screws on each side.
b. Push the codec bracket back into the cabinet, inserting the two tabs at the bottom of the bracket into the corresponding slots in the cabinet, and secure the codec bracket with the two screws.
c. Reconnect all cables to the replacement codec.
Step 6 Complete the following steps to configure the new codec in Cisco Unified Communications Manager:
a. Open a browser on a computer connected to the network.
b. Access the Cisco Unified Communications Manager interface.
c. Add the Room Email ID of the previous codec to the new codec.
d. Make sure the new codec's status is registered.
e. Delete the MAC address of the previous codec from the Cisco Unified CM application user profile that is used in Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-Manager).
f. Add the new codec to the application user profile and click Save.
Step 7 Power on the system by turning the PDU in the right of the cabinet to the “ON” position.
Step 8 In a supported Internet browser, type in the IP address of for your CTS 1300-47 system.
Note If your system is configured to use a static IP address instead of DHCP, see the “Configuring a Static IP Address for Networks That Do Not Use DHCP” section.
Step 9 Enter the required information at the login screen.
The Cisco TelePresence Administrator window appears.
Step 10 Verify that the status of the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (seen in the lower left portion of the window) is
Step 11 Make sure that the new codec is running Cisco TelePresence Administration Software version 126.96.36.199 or later.
Note The replacement codec may ship with a CTS Administrative Software release earlier than 188.8.131.52. In that case, you must upgrade the CTS Administrative Software to Release 184.108.40.206. See the “Upgrading CTS Codec Firmware” section in the Cisco TelePresence System Administration Guide for instructions on upgrading CTS Administrative Software.
Step 12 Navigate to
Troubleshooting > Hardware Setup
to verify that the cameras, displays, speakers, and microphones are working properly.
Step 13 Select the correct table type, size, and distance by completing the following steps:
a. Navigate to
Troubleshooting > Hardware Setup > Table Configuration
b. Click Start to display the Table Configuration options.
c. Under Table Shape, select the correct table shape.
d. Under Table Size, select the correct table size.
e. Under Table Distance, select the correct distance between the bezel of the system and the rear edge of the table
Step 14 Perform the Auto Adjust camera setup procedure. This sets the white balance to the correct levels. See the “Setting Up the Cameras” section in Chapter 3, “First-Time Setup” for detailed instructions.