||Log in to the WebEx Site Administration interface using your WebEx Site Administration URL username and password. |
This is the URL for your WebEx site, followed by a forward slash (/) and the word "admin".
||On the left navigation bar under Manage Site, choose Site Settings. The Site Settings screen appears.|
||Scroll down to OneTouch TelePresence Options.|
||Click to select Allow Cisco WebEx OneTouch meetings (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.
||If you are deploying the CMR Hybrid solution with the option to schedule meetings using the WebEx and TelePresence Integration to Microsoft Outlook, you must enter the host address for the TelePresence Management Suite Extension for Microsoft Exchange (TMSXE) in the Cisco TMS booking service URL field. (Example: https://tmsxe.example.com/TMSService/Booking.svc) |
For more information about configuring Cisco TMSXE, see Configure Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Extension for Microsoft Exchange
||Click to select List Cisco TelePresence meetings on calendar so that scheduled meetings hosted by each user appear under My WebEx Meetings on their WebEx site. |
This option is removed in WebEx Meeting Center WBS29.13. TelePresence meetings will automatically appear in the list of meetings a user hosts on the WebEx site. TelePresence meetings a user is invited to are not displayed under My WebEx Meetings.
||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.|
||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.|
||(Optional) If you want to display the TelePresence welcome screen, click to select Display TelePresence welcome screen. The welcome screen displays the participants that are currently connected to the meeting as well as other meeting information. It is displayed when no content is being shared by participants. The welcome screen is off by default.|
||(TSP audio only) If deploying TSP audio, you may need to click to select TSP identity code and enter the code associated with your TSP (contact your TSP to determine if you need to do this, and which code you need to enter). |
TSP Call-in User merge feature should already be configured and working in regular WebEx meetings before you set up CMR Hybrid on your site.
||In the WebEx VOIP and video connection section, select a connection method between the WebEx meeting application and the multimedia server (VoIP and video):|
- Automatically encrypted UDP/TCP SSL—(Recommended) Allows the WebEx meeting application to connect to the multimedia server by using encrypted UDP. If the UDP connection is not allowed, the application falls back to SSL. This is the most flexible option, particularly if you need to minimize traffic congestion between the WebEx application and your telepresence devices
- TCP SSL—Allows the WebEx meeting application to connect to the multimedia server by using SSL.
Important: TCP/SSL should ONLY be selected based on recommendation from Cisco TAC. In all other cases, UDP should be selected.
||Optional) If you do not want users to use VoIP audio on this WebEx site, check the box Disable Hybrid VOIP. |
This disables VoIP for all meetings on the site, not only CMR Hybrid meetings.
||Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save to save your settings.|