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08-25-2011 09:47 AM
I am trying to set-up a virtual lecture hall service. The participants will vary depending on the subject. Do I have to define all participants in the profile? The admin guide is unclear on this and my tech thinks he has to know all possible participants before he can define a room on the bridge. (The preference is to just define the lecturer's endpoint and let the participants dial-in in an 'ad hoc' fashion depending on there interest. )
08-25-2011 10:59 AM
Are you creating a profile to be used in creating a conference or creating a meeting room? A meeting room does not need to have the end point details pre-listed. As long as the endpoints have the dial-in details they will be able to connect and participate. Same with creating a profile to be used in creating a conference. The dial in participants do not need to be listed in advance. Now if you want to limit who can participate the use of passwords would help limit who can access. By chance are you using CMA to book calls on the RMX? If so, this may be where the tech is asking for the endpoints in advance.
08-26-2011 08:59 AM
Thanks. It turns out we do have a CMA/DMA control infrastructure. I expected to see some operational limitations associated with using a standalone profile on the DMA. (E.g..: I imagine would be difficult for the DMA to support manage dynamically switching the lecturer across RMXs.) But that is not on the agenda. We just have a lecture 'head-end' for which we want the audience to vary according to interest.