VTC Video Conferencing Rules for Palo Alto Firewall

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If you have a Cisco Telepresence VCS Expressway or a legacy Tandberg Border Controller or even an MCU behind a Palo Alto Firewall there are several Application based objects needed to be in your Outbound and Inbound Security policy.

  • rtp-base
  • rtcp
  • h.225
  • h.245
  • h.323
  • sip
  • rtp

Normally the logs will show which ports are being denied by the clean up rule. Depending on the type of Firewall, you might need to create an object with a certain udp range. There are also cases where a VTC endpoint is ...

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Cisco TMS Telepresence Management Suite Upgrade & Install from 13.0 to 14.6

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If you have an old version of TMS (13.0) running on an unsupported Windows Server 2003, here is a very extensive procedure to upgrade it to TMS version 13.2, do Database recovery, restore and conversion, and migration to a new Windows 2012 R2 system running on SQL Server Express 2012. The final step was to upgrade to the TMS version 14.6.

First big issue I ran into was the 2008 SQL Express server “SA” password provided by the previous SQL Administrator ...

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Cisco ISR Platform feature by Ashburn Consulting

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A video presentation about the Cisco ISR platform from Cisco’s Solutions Architect, Randy Benn. IPICS, Video Distribution and Management, POE switch modules, IP Camera termination are all integrated in one ISR platform. Interview conducted by Amante Bustamante.

 

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Windows Media conversion to stream live to USTREAM

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Our Client owns old Vbrick Encoders that can only encode Windows Media video format. This is a big problem if the video stream is being offered for Public viewing to support a wide variety of devices (Tablets, IPADs, IPhones, Android devices, Macs, PCs, etc.). To avoid purchasing at least two new $10k H.264 encoders and the need to build a new media server, we are going to use 3 types of software running from a PC or laptop. Make sure ...

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