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As of tested, I can sucess only single peer-to-peer conference only.

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No it does not.  Just as with the HDX the internal MCU is not available at the same time that an RTV video session is active with a Lync client.  Multiparty conference calls are supported only through the Lync AVMCU so when additional Lync clients are added to an existing peer-to-peer call with the Group, either by the Lync user or the Group user, the call will automatically be escalated to the Lync conference bridge.  Again this behavior is the same as what the HDX was always provided, given that the RTV Options Key is enabled on the codecs.

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Noted...Thank you for your clarification.

 

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Is there any particular version of either HDX or RPG series which support internal MCU for SIP as well as H.323 VC calls?

 

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Yash Pal

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