Cisco MX300 G2 Seri Bağlantı Ayarları | Sistem Destek Uzmanı
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Cisco MX300 G2 Seri Bağlantı Ayarları



SerialPort Mode
Enable/disable the serial port (connection via Micro USB to USB cable).
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Off/On>
Off: Disable the serial port.
On: Enable the serial port.
Example: SerialPort Mode: On

SerialPort BaudRate
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <9600/19200/38400/57600/115200>
Range: Select a baud rate from the baud rates listed (bps).
Example: SerialPort BaudRate: 115200

SerialPort LoginRequired
Determine if login shall be required when connecting to the serial port.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Off/On>
Off: The user can access the codec via the serial port without any login.
On: Login is required when connecting to the codec via the serial port.
Example: SerialPort LoginRequired: On

SIP settings

SIP ANAT

ANAT (Alternative Network Address Types) enables media negotiation for multiple addresses
and address types, as specified in RFC 4091.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Off/On>
Off: Disable ANAT.
On: Enable ANAT.
Example: SIP ANAT: Off

SIP AuthenticateTransferror
Not applicable in this version.

SIP ListenPort
Turn on or off the listening for incoming connections on the SIP TCP/UDP ports. If turned
off, the endpoint will only be reachable through the SIP registrar (CUCM or VCS). It is
recommended to leave this setting at its default value.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <On/Off>
On: Listening for incoming connections on the SIP TCP/UDP ports is turned on.
Off: Listening for incoming connections on the SIP TCP/UDP ports is turned off.
Example: SIP ListenPort: On

SIP PreferredIPMedia
Define the preferred IP version for sending and receiving media (audio, video, data). Only
applicable when both Network IPStack and Conference CallProtocolIPStack are set to Dual, and
the network does not have a mechanism for choosing the preferred IP version.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <IPv4/IPv6>
IPv4: The preferred IP version for media is IPv4.
IPv6: The preferred IP version for media is IPv6.
Example: SIP PreferredIPMedia: IPv4

SIP PreferredIPSignaling
Define the preferred IP version for signaling (audio, video, data). Only applicable when both
Network IPStack and Conference CallProtocolIPStack are set to Dual, and the network does
not have a mechanism for choosing the preferred IP version. It also determines the priority of
the A/AAAA lookups in DNS, so that the preferred IP version is used for registration.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <IPv4/IPv6>
IPv4: The preferred IP version for signaling is IPv4.
IPv6: The preferred IP version for signaling is IPv6.
Example: SIP PreferredIPSignaling: IPv4

SIP OCSP Mode
Not applicable in this version.

SIP OCSP DefaultResponder
Not applicable in this version.

SIP Profile [1..1] Ice Mode
ICE (Interactive Connectivity Establishment, RFC 5245) is a NAT traversal solution that the
endpoints can use to discover the optimized media path. Thus the shortest route for audio and
video is always secured between the endpoints. NOTE: ICE is not supported when registered to
CUCM (Cisco Unified Communication Manager).
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Auto/Off/On>
Auto: When set to Auto, ICE will be enabled if a turn server is provided, otherwise ICE will be
disabled.
Off: Set to Off to disable ICE.
On: Set to On to enable ICE.
Example: SIP Profile 1 Ice Mode: Auto

SIP Profile [1..1] Ice DefaultCandidate
This is the default IP address that the endpoint will receive media on until ICE has reached a
conclusion about which media route to use (up to the first 5 seconds of a call.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Off/On>
Host: The endpoint will receive media on its own IP address.
Rflx: The endpoint will receive media on its public IP address as seen by the TURN server.
Relay: The endpoint will receive media on the IP address and port allocated on the TURN
server, and is used as a fallback until ICE has concluded.
Example: SIP Profile 1 Ice DefaultCandidate: Host

SIP Profile [1..1] Turn DiscoverMode
Set the discover mode to enable/disable the application to search for available Turn servers in
DNS. Before making calls, the system will test if port allocation is possible.
Requires user role: ADMIN
Value space: <Off/On>
Off: Set to Off to disable discovery mode.
On: When set to On, the system will search for available Turn servers in DNS, and before
making calls the system will test if port allocation is possible.
Example: SIP Profile Turn DiscoverMode: On

SIP Profile [1..1] Turn BandwidthProbe
Not applicable in this version.

SIP Profile [1..1] Turn DropRflx
DropRflx will make the endpoint force media through the Turn relay, unless the remote endpoint is on the same network. Requires user role: ADMIN Value space: Off: Disable DropRflx. On: The system will force media through the Turn relay when the remote endpoint is on another network. Example: SIP Profile Turn DropRflx: Off

SIP Profile [1..1] Turn Server
This is the address of the TURN (Traversal Using Relay NAT) server that the endpoints will use. It is used as a media relay fallback and it is also used to discover the endpoint’s own public IP address. Requires user role: ADMIN Value space: Format: The preferred format is DNS SRV record (e.g. _turn._udp.), or it can be a valid IPv4 or IPv6 address. Example: SIP Profile 1 Turn Server: ” _ turn. _ udp.example.com”

SIP Profile [1..1] Turn UserName
The user name needed for accessing the TURN server. Requires user role: ADMIN Value space: Format: String with a maximum of 128 characters. Example: SIP Profile 1 Turn UserName: “”

Daha detaylı bilgi için; https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/telepresence/endpoint/mx-series/tc7/administration-guide/mx300g2-administrator-guide-tc70.pdf

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