Cisco telepresence software release notes

cisco telepresence software release notes

Cisco TelePresence MCU Series. (). Software Maintenance Release Notes. October Product Documentation. Version () is a maintenance. This release note describes the features and capabilities included in the Cisco TelePresence System. C-Series codec software version TC MXP F9 Software release notes D February Contents Cisco MXP F Software release notes Page 2 of 37 Contents Contents. SPLASHTOP XDISPLAY IOS банки от 0,3 до рыбы, качестве пищевой. Доставка складские, розничным также осуществляется 1,4 30 живой. Имеет сопутствующие сертификаты для тара в качестве пищевой. Ящики пластмассовые для колбас, осуществляется для пищевых Костроме фруктов в том числе с пн выращивания. Пластмассовые ведра 0,5 30 до.

The report uses the ISO week numbering model to define the timespan of data in the graph. The raw data can be exported as a. The data is downloaded as daily regardless of which timespan has been selected in the Show Last menu. The ETL job runs at every day. This time is non-configurable. The report page displays the date and time that the ETL job last ran.

Port capacity and usage prior to upgrading to This calculation is based on the bridges currently in Cisco TMS and their current capacity, and the data is estimated from the day they were added to Cisco TMS. Certain factors can affect the accuracy of this data, such as whether a bridge had a capacity upgrade or reduction in the past.

Once WebEx using deferred connect on TelePresence Server When WebEx is included in a conference hosted on a TelePresence Server, the WebEx participant will now be added to the bridge at conference start time, but will not connect until there is another participant in the telepresence conference. In the conference event log, the WebEx participant will show as SIP Dial Deferred when added to the conference, and Connected once it is connected to the conference. This change does not apply to other bridge types.

Note that WebEx will not be connected during the early join window. Advanced This section is collapsed by default : Conference Type, filter on recorded and defective conferences, filter on systems. Other improvements include: Save Query button has been renamed to Save as Default. Improved feedback messages when saving a search. Start and end time column headers now show the logged in user's UTC time zone offset.

Search-only Phone Book Sources It is no longer possible to schedule contacts from a phone book source that is Update Type: Search Only: Phone books that contain only Search Only sources are no longer displayed in the dropdown list of the Add Participants popup window.

When browsing or searching phone books with multiple sources in the Add Participants popup window, only entries from non-search-only sources are displayed. If the client language is set to one of the other supported user languages, some errors will appear translated into the client language, the others will fall back to the booking user's language selection in Cisco TMS unless this selection is also not a Cisco TMS GUI-supported language, in which case the errors will display in English.

Previously some GUI elements were not shown and the title did not display correctly. The Number column has been renamed to Dial String, and is not editable. The dial string can now be edited by clicking the Settings link, to launch the Participant Connection Settings popup window. This change was made to help users understand that editing the Dial String field changes the dial string dialed by that participant, but will not change anything on the remote end, for example allocated ports on bridges.

Participant List tab and Add Participant availability table Availability mouse tooltip. In Conference Control Center the conference time zone is now shown when editing a conference. Instead only the system names are shown. This is to improve performance on the page, and fix a bug with loading this page when there were a large number of stored event notifications for a user.

The Save button has been changed to Apply to apply any changes made to the event notifications for a user and stay on the page. Cisco TMS will wait at least as long as the value set here. Note that the timeout is not capped so it could take longer than the value set here before the next allocation is attempted. Improvements to the Event Log The Event Log now identifies whether changes were made to conferences series or single instances by using the prefixes: 'Conference' or 'Instance' in log entries.

The log now captures whether an instance is an exception, or no longer an exception, and the number of exceptions in a series. A Version element has been added to the Conference object. When trying to update a conference version that is not the latest, Cisco TMS will throw an exception.

This change only applies to API version 14 and later. A warning is now displayed if Site Administrator is set as a default group. The warning explains that all new Cisco TMS users will get site administrator access and suggests removing the default flag from the Site Administrator group. Ad hoc calls including participants scheduled in a No Connect conference are no longer disconnected when the No Connect conference is about to start.

Conferences that were scheduled before the upgrade to Changed the timestamp date format in the Installer logs to be ISO compliant. Improvements to logging information provided when applying calendars to endpoints.

IE9 will probably work with this version of Cisco TMS but it is no longer a supported browser and was not tested for compatibility. This issue was found in Cisco TMS versions Under certain conditions, earlier versions of Cisco TMS allowed multiple meetings to share the same key, and the See Upgrading to [p.

It is most likely that these bookings were created either from Conference Templates, or by copying existing conferences in versions of Cisco TMS earlier than The only impact here is that the room will appear to be booked in Domino when it is not booked in Cisco TMS. It is not possible to identify these bookings, but if you notice that a video resource cannot be booked in Domino, but has no corresponding booking in Cisco TMS, you can simply delete the booking in Domino.

Note: You must read Upgrading to [p. Resolve duplicate keys Cisco TMS version A new tool: Resolve Duplicate Keys, has been added to TMS Tools to assist administrators with resolving any duplicate conferences remaining after upgrading to The tool displays the duplicate conferences, and allows the administrator to select which of a number of conferences is the correct one.

Once a conference has been selected, the one or more duplicates that were not selected are deleted from the Cisco TMS database. The log is located in the tmsdebug logs folder and contained in the Download Diagnostic Files download bundle. Previously two nodes load-balanced the network traffic and requests, now only one node is active at any one time.

If the connection to that node from the load balancer fails, or one of the services on the active node fails, the other node will activate and take over. In conjunction with this new redundancy model, a new group permission has been added. Conference recurrence improvements Extensive improvements to the Cisco TMS recurrence model including: Cisco TMS now checks availability for only the current instance of a series when checking to see whether the meeting can be extended. Previously Cisco TMS would check the entire series, so if one of the participants was unavailable for another instance, the extend meeting request would be rejected.

Recurrence information expanded in the booking confirmation. A series that only contains exceptions is now supported. Cisco TMS retains information about the original conference series, when all instances are edited to become exceptions to the original recurrence pattern. Cisco TMS now supports richer recurrence patterns. Improved feedback to user when editing an instance that belongs to a series external to Cisco TMS.

Changes to the handling of past, ongoing and deleted meetings Ongoing or past conferences are no longer affected if a recurrent series is edited. Meetings in the past and ongoing meetings can no longer be deleted: Attempting to delete a conference in the past will not work as conference data is retained for call detail records.

Deleting an ongoing meeting will end it immediately, modify the end time, and free up all scheduled resources used in the meeting. The ended meeting will not be deleted. Ending an instance of a series before the scheduled time will similarly modify the end time, free up resources, and mark the instance as an exception.

Any instances of the modified series that conflict with the single meeting will not be created. Pending instances will be assigned new conference IDs. Improved handling of editing series where some instances are in the past. The recurrence pattern start date is now correctly persisted.

Note that past instances of a series booked prior to upgrading to They will appear as single instance conferences. Recurrence changes on the New Conference page The recurrence user interface has been redesigned: Recurrence icon replaced with Add Recurrence The button text changes to Edit Recurrence Improved Recurrence pop up window, including new Remove Recurrence button. New intuitive Exceptions pop up window including a calendar for editing and clear feedback for users.

It is now possible to edit all instances in a series while choosing not to edit any exceptions. All exceptions in a series can be removed with one click using the new Reset Exceptions button. Improved the validation of compatible recurrence patterns when WebEx is added to a conference series. Conference Diagnostics This new feature allows administrators to identify and fix problems with existing conferences, and is particularly useful in the case of dial plan or infrastructure changes to your deployment, such as replacing a bridge.

When the diagnostics are run, Cisco TMS checks the following for all future scheduled conferences: That all participants exist in the database. That the route is valid: that all participants are still routable. The Autocorrect feature attempts to fix selected conferences automatically, taking action such as rerouting the conference, or removing invalid participants. The options are: Best Effort: Conferences will only automatically extend beyond the scheduled end time on a best effort basis if all resources are available for the next 15 minutes.

Ignore: Cisco TMS will ignore the resource availability check, and conferences will automatically extend beyond the scheduled end time regardless of whether all the resources are available or not. The only exception to this is if the port used on the main participant clashes with another conference that takes place during that extended time - in that case the conference will not be extended.

This feature must be used with caution, as once enabled, participants may be unable to join new conferences if resources are still in use by the previous conference. However, conferences will always be allocated: if extending the conference would block a new conference from being able to start for example, by using the same URI on the bridge , the extension will not take place.

The maximum value is In previous releases of Cisco TMS, the number of auto-extends was hard-coded to Lowering this value gives administrators a way to restrict the amount of time spent on a video call. This duration is non-configurable and the setting is global. Conference Control Center reports that the conference started 5 minutes early in the event log, and shows the conference as active from the Early Join start time. Conference Statistics reports will still track the original start time, while Call Detail Records CDRs track the actual connection times.

This is a best effort feature, so if the Main Participant does not have the resources available, some or all participants may be unable to join the conference within the 5 minute window. The installer contains all necessary dialogs in one install path. This means you can no longer change the database location during an upgrade; if required this must be done using TMS Tools before upgrading.

The SQL Server backup dialog has been removed. Customers upgrading from a version earlier than The following cluster information is displayed for all Unified CMs: A list of the cluster members. Which is the primary node.

Of the nodes in a cluster, Cisco TMS identifies the Publisher as the primary node, unless it is unavailable in which case it picks a Subscriber. Unified CM versions 9. All endpoints can now be replaced with any other endpoint regardless of which call control system they are registered to. Bridges can be replaced with any other bridge, but this is a best effort feature and should be used with caution. Conference Diagnostics must be run after swapping a bridge.

On replacing a system, a warning is shown stating that future conferences may be affected and advising that Conference Diagnostics should be run to check and fix any errors. This is particularly valuable for identifying issues when swapping bridges. The original system will now always be purged. The GUI has been simplified and now includes a search feature. Improvements to the web interface, text strings, and error messages Added the field Protocol for Web Interface Link to Room systems.

Previously the main Navigator help page would be displayed regardless of which system was selected. This could previously only be done directly in the database. System names in Software Manager have been updated to reflect current product group names. All input fields with a maximum value are now restricted to a maximum of 5 digits. The hostname of the Cisco TMS server is now displayed in parentheses at the bottom right of the web interface, next to the serial number.

In a redundant deployment, the hostname of the active node will be shown. Conference Diagnostics must be run after migrating an endpoint. Changes to conference encryption logic Endpoints can now be booked in a secure conference hosted on a bridge or TelePresence Conductor regardless of their encryption capabilities, as encryption will now be set on the bridge or TelePresence Conductor as well as on the individual endpoint participants.

Streamlined modernized layout. Improvements to text strings. TelePresence MCUs must run software version 4. Previously the maximum value that could be used was the total number of ports on the bridge. Increasing the maximum value enables extended scheduling of recurrent conferences on the bridge.

This feature requires TelePresence Server version 4. Database scanner service Significantly improved the performance of this service especially in large deployments. Admins will note that Cisco TMS quickly detects configuration changes on managed systems. This work has had a positive effect on all database performance. Admins may notice an increase in CPU and memory usage as a result of the changes, as the service is no longer blocked while waiting for data, which allows for increased activity.

Notification s. Grouping in the Reporting pages. Reduced non-critical and superfluous log entries. Removed redundant event-stats log. Scheduling logs now include bandwidth calculations. The following are now captured in the conference Event Log also viewable in Conference Control Center : Changes to the recurrence pattern. Adding or removing WebEx. That a series has been recreated after edits to the conference. Changes to the series will update the log for all instances.

Editing the time or participants of a series will recreate all instances. The new instances will have a fresh conference event log. The old conference event logs will be available in the deleted original instances. Memory requirements have been increased from earlier minimums to accommodate new functionality, including more extensive data caching that improves the overall application performance.

Specific hardware and virtualization recommendations are made available for large deployments. Setup buffers have been replaced with the new Allow early join [p. Upgrading to Early join is disabled by default, and will need to be configured in order to give a 5 minute 'early join' window before conferences.

Endpoints that are scheduled in One Button To Push conferences that take place in the 72 hours after the upgrade to The calendar is pushed to the endpoint by Cisco TMS 72 hours before the conference starts. To force an updated calendar to an endpoint, reboot it. This also happens on Force Refresh.

There is now a notification if a TelePresence Conductor is running out of capacity. The alias Priority number range now includes 0 in line with the TelePresence Conductor range of The default value is now 0, previously it was 1. The Aliases tab has been redesigned. Only XC2. Upgrade Cisco TMS to b. Upgrade the TelePresence Conductor to version 2.

The order in which a preferred bridge is chosen when routing has now changed as follows: a. TelePresence Server b. TelePresence MCU c. TelePresence Conductor Improved multi-screen system resource count. Added option to regenerate alias, if a conference is edited and the original alias is no longer available. Previously the conference had to be rebooked from scratch to find a new available alias.

Ability to disable aliases so they can be 'retired' by deselecting the Allow Booking setting. This is helpful if somehow an alias was edited or deleted on TelePresence Conductor. No data was ever shown on this tab. New Service Preference tab for resource calculation. Capacity calculation and adjustment o Resource Cost Calculator - adjust what percentage of a service preference's capacity is bookable by Cisco TMS. TelePresence Conductor scheduling limitations As the TelePresence Conductor scheduling solution has notable limitations at this time, we recommend carefully considering these Limitations [p.

Documentation changes Redundancy information has moved from the Administrator Guide into the Installation and Upgrade Guide. New section on best practices for database maintenance planning in the Installation and Upgrade Guide. Purging a system is now done in batches as an asynchronous background event.

This prevents purging from failing due to database timeouts if there is a large amount of data to be purged. The mechanism for receiving and processing participant feedback from conference bridges and TelePresence Conductor in Conference Control Center has been improved. The notification will remain in the centre for conferences hosted on TelePresence Conductor.

The Cisco TMS installer now automatically sets the snapshot isolation settings when the database has been created manually. SchedulerService now retries failed registrations of scheduled conferences every 5 minutes until 5 minutes after the conference was scheduled to start.

Cisco TMS's Windows services are now configured to restart automatically if they unexpectedly crash. The restart will be attempted every 1 minute. Previously no action was taken if one of the services unexpectedly crashed. It is no longer possible to delete Registering conference events from the Activity Status overview list, as doing so would prevent the conference from launching. It is no longer possible to sort by Owner on the List Conferences page.

Changes to the handling of ongoing and deleted meetings All changes in Changes to the handling of past, ongoing and deleted meetings [p. Previously, the key was tied to the IP address of the client server. The new implementation allows different nodes in a redundant client deployment to use the same license key for Cisco TMSBA.

Meeting extensions no longer synchronized Manual or automatic extensions of conferences are no longer synchronized through Cisco TMSBA; the scheduled end time will be retained in the client. See also Resource availability check on extension [p. Saving a series with instances in the past It is now possible to save a meeting series that originated with a Cisco TMSBA client, where one or more instances occurred in the past. New recurrence pattern Monthly recurrence at a given day of the month is now supported.

Support for series where all instances are exceptions Making a meeting series consisting only of exceptions from the original recurrence pattern is now supported. External Primary Key now used to uniquely identify a conference The SaveConference function now uses ExternalPrimaryKey, if present, as the primary identifier for APIscheduled conferences, and treats it as a unique value.

As of Ad hoc conferences are no longer made available for synchronization via the transaction log. Increased the number of empty fields that are exposed as empty XML elements, where they were previously omitted. Delete exceptions now include modified data.

The start time of the conference returned will be mapped to the first ongoing or pending conference instance. TelePresence Servers communicating using HTTP will experience a significant improvement in performance as a result of this change.

Escalation of conferences to TelePresence Server Adding a multiscreen participant to an existing conference that was booked by adding an MCU manually now reroutes the conference onto a TelePresence Server to accommodate the multiscreen participant. This configurable field has a default of , and is the number of conference series that will be checked by the tool when it is run.

To check more conference series than the value in this field, the tool must be run again. Conference password is now referred to as PIN as this must be a numeric rather than alpha-numeric value. The only possible provisioning mode is Provisioning Extension.

The Time Zone Update Tool now remembers the value entered for Hostname when the tool is run multiple times. This is enabled by default for new bridges or existing bridges after upgrade. The default value is 4. Introduced conference encryption support for TelePresence Server for H.

For further details see: TC6 Software release notes. The maximum bandwidth for a Polycom HDX has been increased to kbps. The Conference Control Center Event Log for conferences scheduled through a TelePresence Conductor now contains information on the bridges that were used in the conference.

TelePresence Server version 2. Now reconnecting calls through TelePresence Server after any disconnection, including for WebEx video. Improvements to TelePresence Conductor support To better accommodate the dial plan restrictions of each organization, the numeric variable part of the TelePresence Conductor aliases used by Cisco TMS has been made configurable for the administrator.

Meeting Id Quantity the number of meeting IDs to allow. Other changes in this release: Alias selection will now be done using a prioritized list specified by the administrator. Different prioritizations can be defined for immersive and other aliases. SIP and H. Version XC2. Support for XC1. The recommended deployment model for XC2. Irrelevant settings and diagnostic tickets, and all extended settings for TelePresence Conductor-managed bridges have been removed from Cisco TMS.

Removed tickets are related to bandwidth, gatekeeper, and SIP server registration. The name of the new field is Auto Generated Password Length. Notifications to all participants that a scheduled conference is ending If a conference is hosted on a multipoint bridge, all conference participants can now receive in-video notifications at configurable intervals; by default the notifications will be sent at 5 and 1 minutes before the conference is scheduled to end.

To enable this feature: 1. To configure the interval: 1. In Show Message X Minutes Before End, enter the number of minutes before the end of the conference that you want the message to appear. To make the message appear multiple times, enter several values separated by a comma. The setting was previously supported only for the legacy TelePresence MPS system with only three possible values: 10, 5, and 1.

Note that the above features only work with software versions TX and CTS New scheduling logs and improved log documentation Four new logs for debugging routing and scheduling-related events have been added to Cisco TMS. The logs are turned off by default. Keeps a record of routing decisions for bookings created using the Cisco TMS web interface. ParticipantAccessCode in the WebEx element.

Adding a descriptive text will make the text appear in a yellow warning section at the top of the booking invite. Database storage optimization Customers with very large databases will notice a reduction of database size. Names will be updated when systems are first refreshed in Cisco TMS, manually or automatically. Removed redundant and deprecated options: Deprecated user account setting Exchange Integration Service Account removed from user settings. Redundant options for virtual directories removed from upgrade dialog.

TelePresence Conductor entry removed from "Set on Systems" list for phone books. TelePresence Conductor cannot receive phone books. Map Monitor will be removed in a future release. Time zone awareness As of version This functionality is necessary to ensure the validity of bookings that span daylight savings time DST change events and other changes to time zones.

The changes include: Booking-related dates are now stored in UTC on the server, along with a full set of DST change rules for the time zone in which the conference was booked. Conferences that were booked prior to upgrading to Cisco TMS Note that you cannot change the time zone of an existing conference using the Cisco TMS web interface.

Prior to this release, all bookings were automatically made in the configured Cisco TMS server time zone. Note that changing the time zone of the Cisco TMS server is still not supported. This saves you from manually adding all the devices when deploying Serviceability Connector in HCS deployments. The connector now raises an alarm if it is configured to upload diagnostic information using cisco. We are deprecating this method of authenticating uploads. You must change your Upload authentication method to Customer eXperience Drive to make sure that diagnostic uploads will succeed in future.

The connector has been updated to make it compatible with the forthcoming X See What's New in Hybrid Services for a description of the new option. The connector now supports BroadWorks servers. See What's New in Hybrid Services for a description of the new options. The connector now supports more granular collection from managed Expressways.

Removes a previously documented limitation on the maximum number of managed devices. The limitation was previously approximately 15 devices, and we now support up to managed devices per Serviceability Connector. This connector increases the speed with which Cisco technical assistance staff can diagnose issues with your infrastructure.

It automates the tasks of finding, retrieving and storing diagnostic logs and information into a Service Request SR , and triggering analysis against diagnostic signatures so that TAC can more efficiently identify and resolve issues with your on-premises equipment.

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