This video demonstrates how we can use VQ DMA to assist with trouble shooting certain issues we might be experiencing on our video devices.
In this video, we will be looking at a piece of functionality in VQ DMA called Mapping.
Developed through close co-operation with Cisco, VQ DMA provides a migration path to those customers who do not want to or, are unable to migrate to the Webex cloud. DMA has been designed from the outset as the replacement for Cisco TMS.
This video demonstrates the Lobby functionality that exists within VQ Conference Manager and Cisco Meeting Server.
This video demonstrates some of the call management and operator functions which you can find within VQ Conference Manager.
On specific occasions, you may find that you need to get multiple individuals on the line together quickly, such as responding to an incident. VQ Conference Manager’s Reactive call capability enables this.
Pane Placement enables you to define video layouts, specify which participant’s video appears in each pane and reserve panes for participants who haven’t yet joined the call.
This video takes a look at the VQ DMA Device page, specifically the status column and how it reflects the real time status of endpoints.
In this video, we will be taking a look at one of the features of DMA, specifically the ability to log into a video conferencing device web portal directly from the DMA page.