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WebMeeting and Yealink VC110

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by mcp02, Jun 1, 2016.

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  1. mcp02

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    Hello, has anyone experience using WebMeeting with Yealink VC110 endpoints? How does it work? thanks!
     
  2. NickD_3CX

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    Creating 3CX WebMeeting Conference (audio and video conferencing) is only possible through a supported web browser (e.g. Chrome) and is not possible through any sort of hardware phone at the moment.

    Now if you re asking about a Video Call between 2 endpoint over SIP, one of which being the VC110, I know it is possible with supported device, however at the moment the VC110 is not one of them.
     
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    Thanks for your reply. What would you recommend for endpoint to use WebMeeting in a conference room? Specifically what camera can I use?
     
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    As I mentioned before, creating and/or joining a 3CX WebMeeting Conference (audio and video conferencing) is only possible through a supported web browser (e.g. Chrome) and is not possible through any sort of hardware phone at the moment.

    Given this, I would say a PC that has a WebCam and a unidirectional microphone connected to it would potentially work if I understand your requirements correctly.

    In one of our conference rooms, for 3CX WebMeetings we have the PC connected to a wall-mounted TV as well.

    The bear minimum though to get audio and video is:
    - A PC that is running a supported browser (currently only Chrome or Firefox).
    - Speakers.
    - Microphone
    - WebCam

    Some more information can be found here: http://www.3cx.com/webmeeting/
     
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