Pre-Install System Setup for Cisco TelePresence Manager
First Published: Nov 2, 2011, OL-22226-01
•Pre-Installation Procedure Guidelines for Initial Network Setup
The Cisco TelePresence meeting solution combines audio, video, and interactive elements to create the feeling of being "in person" with participants in remote locations.
To enable these features, you must ensure the system components are meeting the system version requirements. These are described in the next section.
Before you proceed with Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-Manager) installation, the servers and applications within your telecommunications network must be configured so that CTS-Manager can find the resources and information needed to initialize the installation. These servers and applications may include one or more of the following:
•Cisco TelePresence System endpoints
•Cisco Unified Communications Manager
–Other calendar server via Scheduling API
–IBM Lotus Notes
–Other scheduling client via Scheduling API
For details on the software versions supported, refer to: Cisco TelePresence Manager Specifications and System Requirements
•When you install CTS-Manager, the Cisco Media Convergence Server hard drive is formatted, and any existing data on the drive is overwritten.
•Cisco recommends you configure the system using static IP addressing for easier management.
•To use HD Interop, all Cisco TelePresence System endpoints must be running software version 1.6 or later.
Pre-Installation Procedure Guidelines for Initial Network Setup
This table provides guidelines for the procedures you will need to reference in order to preconfigure the network before installing the Cisco TelePresence Manager.
Note The system will use either Microsoft or IBM, but not both. For Microsoft, see Configuring Microsoft Exchange for Cisco TelePresence Manager. For IBM, see Configuring IBM Domino Server for Cisco TelePresence Manager.
Table 2-1 Pre-Installation Guidelines for Setting up Initial System Network for CTS-Manager
If at any time you encounter problems, go to Chapter 13, Troubleshooting Cisco TelePresence Manager to see how to correct the problem.