I'm trying to put together the best scenario for a large business to set up videoconferencing between users within the states and overseas. From my understanding, the company would have to set up a MCU to manage multiple audiovisual sessions. Then implement an SIP software such as Asterisk, with a registrar server to maintain a database with information about the network addresses of each user on the domain.The diagram in my head is something like this:
i want to establish a video conferencing system based using desktop computers so that at a time about 7-8 users are in a video conference simultaneosly. i have the media connectivity already established i.e on OFC. will i have to make a server.
We have a Cisco 1841 router at Branch end and a Cisco 2821 router at the HO connected by a 2MB Leased line. There is a Video Conferencing device setup in the branch office . We want to reserve 1MB bandwidth for the video conferencing and leave the remaining BW for Data . The traffic between the locations is passed through the tunnel using the static routes .
I have this problem with the Polycom Video Conferencing (HDX 7000) While we can initiate a video call to other locations, we can not receive a video call from other locations. Whenever there is a incoming call, the polycom is ringing fine. but once we answer the call, the call will be disconnected. Our access rules are listed below, 220.127.116.11 is our public IP for example.
We have just acquired a cisco profile 42 video conferencing equipment and am required to open ports for SIP and H232, any pointers on hw that can be acquired i have a cisco ASA 5510, Some one told me to open port 16384 but i need pointers on how to do it becuase I already set an access list to any.
Internet -> ASA 5510 -> Switch -> Profile 42 and other devices
I have only seen this problem with several video conferences from one location. Currently there is only one T1 connection from our HQ to remote location. When two conference calls are set to use 256Kbps connection to come back to the main HQ, after an hour or so the T1 connection would drop. What I mean about drop is that the route on the 2911 will disappear. I have to wait about 10 minutes for the connection to come back up or I have to reboot the router for the connection to appear again. There are no interface drops on the serial connections or ethernet connections.
HQ - 2911 Remote - 1821 2911 running config: Current configuration : 3529 bytes ! version 15.0 service timestamps debug datetime msec
I moved into a new apartment in Mexico City a month ago. The internet, already installed when I moved in, comes through a device called a Huawei EchoLife HG8427. For the first month of my residence, the internet worked perfectly. Suddenly, on a recent day, I was no longer able to connect to the internet, though I was still connected to the network. This problem has persisted for some time now.I have tried just about everything that I know how to, including restarting the modem, fiddling with my IPv4/6 settings, disabling/enabling my connection, disabling my firewall, ipconfic/flushdns/registerdns, ipconfig/reset/renew, and probably a few other things that I have now forgotten.
My computer, a Toshiba NB505 running Windows 7 Starter 32-bit, has no problem connecting to the internet via other networks. Ping tests show that I am indeed connected to the network and have no OS problems. I do not have any McAffee software (I read somewhere that this was a problem for some people). I cannot do a hard reset because the modem does not belong to me and serves several other people living here (this is sort of a short-stay guesthouse). This afternoon, the map on my network and sharing center briefly showed a successful internet connection (for about 10 minutes). During that time, however, I was still unable to connect to the internet and when I restarted my computer, it was back to showing a broken connection.Windows IP Configuration
I am current trying to configure the network settings on a standalone DVR.I have been doing trial and error all day long to get a 'SUCCESS' on a 'check' while entering the DDNS SVC information.After figuring out that the IP Configuration & Allocation of the Network in the router was messed up, I finally got the DDNS SVC to give me a 'SUCCESS' reading. Thus, enabling me to remotely access the digital video recorder via a Internet Browser.Here's the catch ;I am only able to access the DVR from the PC that has the configuration of the network. (example 10.0.0.1)and the settings on the DVR have been set to :IP : 10.0.0.5ubnet Mask :255.255.255.0Gateway : 10.0.0.1DNS : 10.0.0.1Port of device is set to 20410.So entering http://10.0.0.5:20410 directs me to the webclient that enables me to remotely access the device
When a node is connected to network i heard that we use DTE and DCE terminals. What are these DTE and DCE. If we are connecting two routers each other to which interface DTE and DCE should be connected. And to which interface we have to set clock rate while configuring the router.
I am using a USB Modem from HUAWEI Technologies to use internet when im not on a wifi zone.. The Internet Speed is kinda slow (512 kbps), so I configured my browser to go through a proxy to make it a lil bit faster (2mbps now)..Everything works fine except that I couldn't connect to https sites (gmail, facebook, eBay, etc)
I have a Pre-existing repeating netgear network of a WNR2200 router set up as a base station with a harddrive plugged into it as a network device (readyshare) and another WNR2200 router set up as a repeater.
I want to supply this network using Huawei B260a modem (on the Three network).
I currently have this setup; The b260a IP is 10.0.0.1 subnet 18.104.22.168 and has DHCP turned on (range 10.0.0.100 - 10.0.0.200). This is plugged into the internet lan port of the base station wnr2200. The base station IP is 192.168.1.1 subnet 22.214.171.124 and has DHCP turned on (range 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.254) The repeater Wnr2200 is automatically an access point and has an IP of 192.168.1.254
This setup works but the speeds are around 1-2mb slower when connected to the netgear network than if connected directly to the B260a.
I recently got a new laptop, but it won't connect to my network. All my other devices do and all my roommates hadn't experience any problems either. My laptop can also connect to the network of my school. My laptop is a HP Elitebook 8560w with windows 7 Enterprise SP 1(64-bit). I believe my router is a Huawei HG655D.
I am connected to the internet using a Huawei wireless USB modem connected to my desktop computer(no other type of service available) I would like to set up a Wifi home network so that I can connect using Wifi to all of the other gadget that I have in the house. So the question is can I connect a Wifi router using a ethernet cable comming from my desktop computer? and if so what router would you recommend for this application?
Just purchased a WS320 repeater so that my son can use his I-phone and I-pad around the house when he comes home weekends.Sadly, when the repeater is connected to my router the internet drops out on even my wired connections.I recently connected up to fibre and notice that the new router has the same gateway as the repeater.
I have a huawei 521i router that I recently reset back to factory settings. I have been trying to set up my wifi but something is wrong. I can connect with my ethernet cable but not wifi. I have set up my wireless connection and I can see it in the list.
I currently own 2 wifi routers which have 4 lan ports on the back. In my room i have two desktops without wireless capability. I was wondering is it possible to have one router in my room which my desktops plug into - and then the router to ""Bridge" with the one downstairs to give me wireless capability. I believe its called bridging but i have had no hopen as of yet. Huawei HG520b and Huawei HG532 are my two routers. I know this can be done by purchasing a wire - but i cannot afford a 100m cable and i am not particularly interested in purchasing an adapter for my desktops.
I had my exisiting Huawei 3G Dongle replaced with a new LTE USB Dongle Huawei E392 from M1 Singapore. The router dectects it and I was able to get on to the Internet. But every after few mins, the connection will just hang and I have to go into the router to re-establish the connection.
he tries to share a file with me from his computer to mine the file will share, once done, if he goes online to watch any video, (on youtube, a news website or even a video he has saved on his computer) he will lose internet connection. He then has to restart his computer to get his internet back.
Connected via wireless. All ok and says have Internet connection, but cannot access any video content' I.e. iplayer, etc. when check via refresh internet content (as Sony recommend) says "configuration failed while connecting. The system has encountered an error. If problem persists contact Sony (5006)". Sony say wireless strength insufficient, but when tried wired set up be relocating NETGEAR router gives same error message. Have NETGEAR wireless extender good signal with full connectivity via laptop, iPad and iPhone. Also when try server display settings says servers cannot be recognised. When go to options and select update list repeats "servers cannot be recognised. Have checked all IP etc and same as on laptop:
IP Address:192.168.0.11 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway: 192.168.0.1?
There are two Polycom devices behind ASA (Terminal HDX7000 and MCU RMX1000), ASA is connected to Cisco 1900 router which is connected to ISP.
Polycom devices are NATed (unique global address per device) on router and h323 inspection is done on ASA. The issue is that when trying to connect from outside to conference on MCU I don't receive any video (but MCU shows me like a connected participant). The same is true when MCU try to call outside terminals, they are shown as connected participants, but there is just a black screen. On ASA all ports are opened (both in and out) and there are no ACLs on router. And what means NAT configuration on Polycom devices, why it is needed when NATing is done on router (such configuration option I've seen also on Tandberg and another vendor's devices)?
I can't seem to skype or video chat of any sort (ie: aim video chat, facebook video chat, etc.) on my computer. Whenever I start skype or try to start a video chat on aim/facebook, it fails and my internet disconnects for everyone. I don't know what could be wrong. Using the same wireless internet, my friends are able to video chat on their macbooks. It seems like my computer is the only one that can't video chat. Video chatting works when I use a sprint internet card. I have a sony vaio laptop running on windows 7. Our router in our apartment at school is a D-link wireless N? In addition to this problem, my internet loves to disconnect randomly too...this problem also persists at home with my Cisco Linksys router (model WRT160N V3) and Speedstream 5100 modem.
I have CISCO DPC3825 router and theres about 3 computers and 2 wireless devices using internet through it. When i connect to a online video game I get these mini-disconnects. It happens periodically and frequently I'm not sure what is causing it.
I have configured cisco 1751 router for internet with nating. Internet browsing working fine. But We have polycom hdx 6000 conference system to connect from remote site.
1. While calling remote ip it is ringing and connecting but not displaying any thing on the screen but their side is displaying. 2. When they call our side ip it cannot connecting.
I have connected netgear router then video conference is working fine (with out port forwarding also). If I configured that router between 2 local sites (not on internet line) its working fine where i did not configured any thing just given routing. Configure same situation using internet leased line.
I am having wireless connection/internet issues that are irritating me to the core!!! I have called tech support 4 times now, and I still can't get everything to play nice...I have the 655 set up as a wireless router to a Windows 7 laptop, one iPad, two iTouches, and one N3DS. I can't find a setting that will work with all devices. Here are the senarios...
1) Settings: Wireless enabled, 802.11n only, Auto Scan off-channel set to 1, Best Transmission rate, Channel Width Auto 20/40, Visible, Auto WPA Mode with AES Cipher and a pre-share key. This yields fantastic results with my laptop, it can stream video for entire episodes, and I have no problems with loading webpages in either IE or Firefox. However, it does not support the kids iTouches or N3DS.
2) Changed the above to mixed 802.11n/g AND ALSO tried 802.11 only: iTouches work and can connect to the internet, but laptop doesn't like it. I get "Problem loading webpage" every other time I access and website, and streaming stop every 5-6 minutes. Bars indicate wireless signal is strong, but intermittently get that yellow triangle.
I would like to access a Digital Video Recorder (192.168.3.200 port 12088) from the internet (Telenet/Belgium). I'm using a Cisco/Linksys WRV200 (192.168.3.254) to access the internet. I can access the WRV200 remotely (from Internet) and I've created following port forwards: Port 8016-8016 >>> 192.168.3.200 Port 12088-12088 >>> 192.168.3.200 Connecting to the DVR internally is working fine but accessing the DVR from the outside doesn't work for some reason.