Cisco TelePresence Solution Architecture for the Enterprise

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Agenda
What Is Cisco TelePresence?  TelePresence System Details g g  Cisco Unified Communications Manager Integration  Network Requirements  Room Requirements

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Cisco TelePresence
Icon Overview

Cisco TelePresence System Codec (CTS)

Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)

Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-Man.)

Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch (CTMS) Cisco Unified Video Conferencing ( (CUVC) )

Cisco TelePresence System 500 (CTS-500)

Cisco TelePresence System 1000 (CTS-1000)

Cisco TelePresence System 3000/3200 (CTS-3000 CTS-3200)

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Cisco TelePresence
vs. vs Videoconferencing

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Does it really feel like you’re “there” in the room? Can it truly replace a face-to-face meeting? Is each participant adequately seen and heard? Is it utilized heavily, or does it just sit in the corner?
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or does it just sit in the corner? © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence vs. Cisco Public 5 . vs Executive Videoconferencing     Session_ID Presentation_ID Does it really feel like you’re “there” in the room? Can it truly replace a face-to-face meeting? Is each participant adequately seen and heard? Is it utilized heavily.

All rights reserved. Cisco Public 6 . Inc.Cisco TelePresence What It Is Today—The Cisco TelePresence Meeting Today The      Session_ID Presentation_ID A true replacement for face-to-face meetings As A good as actually b i th d t ll being there Feel as if you’re actually in the same room together Travel the world without ever leaving your office As easy to use as an in-person meeting © 2008 Cisco Systems.

spatial audio Cisco Built from the Ground Up!  It’s all about the Experience  25 Patents: Video. full duplex. multi-channel. User Integration Experience  Innovative. Cisco Public Codec Furniture 7 . Audio. full-duplex. eye contact. Inc. All rights reserved. discern body language  Natural.Cisco TelePresence Why TelePresence? y  More than 60% of communication is nonverbal  Existing collaborative technologies don’t adequately replace a face-to-face meeting experience i A New and Innovative Philosophy Cisco TelePresence Design Principles  Experience the meeting. high definition size high-definition. Network Integration. fully integrated system – leverages Unified Communications and the Network as the Platform Displays Microphones Environmentals Camera Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. not the technology  Life size.

Cisco Public 8 .Cisco TelePresence Cisco TelePresence System 3200       18 seats Purpose-built room 1080p – 720p full high definition 3 – 65” plasma displays Spatial wideband audio Imperceptible latency Cisco TelePresence Systems Cisco TelePresence System 3000/3010       6 seats Purpose-built room 1080p – 720p full high definition 3 – 65” plasma displays Spatial wideband audio Imperceptible latency Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved.

Inc.Cisco TelePresence Cisco TelePresence System 1000/1100       2 seats General purpose room 1080p – 720p high definition 65” Plasma Display Wideband audio Imperceptible latency Cisco TelePresence Systems Cisco TelePresence System 500       1 seat Executive or Home Office 1080p – 720p high definition 37” Multi-purpose LCD display C Wideband audio Imperceptible latency Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 9 .

full high-definition 1080p cameras and displays p p y  Imperceptible latency  Spatial. speakers and ergonomic furniture) © 2008 Cisco Systems. key lights. microphones.Cisco TelePresence Expanded Endpoint Portfolio  Native. Cisco Public 10 . wide-band audio  Auto-Collaborate  One Button To Push CTS-3200  Purpose built Conference Room  18 Participants CTS-3000/3010  Purpose built Conference Room  6 Participants CTS-1300  General purpose Conference Room  6 Participants   Flexible room design Unified Management CTS-1000\1100  Small Conference Room  2 Participants CTS-500  Personal Office  1 Participant Session_ID Presentation_ID  Fully integrated systems (cameras. displays. All rights reserved. Inc.

All rights reserved. Cisco Unified Communications and corporate calendaring systems  Provides One Button to Push (OBTP) access to scheduled meetings  Resource and location management for multipoint services Session_ID Presentation_ID  Helpdesk and concierge services © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 11 . Inc.Cisco TelePresence Overview Control CUCM LDAP/Exchange CTS-Manager CTS M Multipoint Application Endpoints  Calendaring integration and management  Middleware “glue” between Cisco TelePresence Systems.

Cisco TelePresence Cisco TelePresence Multipoint System (CTMS)  1080p -720p video  Scheduled meetings with OBTP  Wideband audio  Auto Collaboration  Centralized Video and audio switching  Up to 48 segments  Site and Segment switching  Low latency platform switching <15ms  Video Flow Control  Interoperability Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 12 . Inc. All rights reserved.

Cisco Public 13 . Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence System Components Cisco Unified Communications Manager Cluster Call Control Multipoint Network Infrastructure CTS Endpoints CTS Endpoints Microsoft Outlook Notes Client Microsoft Active Directory Domino Directory Microsoft Exchange IBM Domino Cisco TelePresence Manager Management and Calendaring Components Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

All rights reserved. Cisco Public 14 .Cisco TelePresence System (CTS) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

264 @ 1080p/720p.1p and DSCP for QoS HTTP Configuration/Firmware Downloads SSH and HTTPs for Administration SIP Signaling  Media Capability Video: H. All rights reserved. CIF Audio: AAC-LD and G. Cisco Public 15 .Cisco TelePresence Codec  Linux Based Platform  N t Network P t k Protocols l CDP and 802.711  Auto Collaboration for data sharing  Audio Add-In for audio only participants Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.1Q for VLAN assignment 802. Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Video System C Cameras Native 1080p resolution 30 frames per second Purpose built for Cisco TelePresence  Displays 65” plasma technology* Native 1080p resolution Fits 2 people life size* Purpose built for Cisco TelePresence * Except 37” LCD for CTS-500 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc. Cisco Public 16 .

Cisco Public 17 . All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Audio System * See Appendix for CTS-500  Microphones Discrete audio by table segment Multi-channel spatial audio with echo cancellation Cell h C ll phone (GSM/GRPS) static t ti elimination  Speakers Designed to properly reproduce human speech Mounted under each 65” plasma display to provide the feeling that the sound is emanating from the person speaking (spatiality) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Primary Codec Connections See Appendix for CTS-500/CTS-3200 Document Camera In Laptop Audio Line In Auxiliary Mi A ili Microphone and S h d Speaker not enabled i k bl d in current release (for future use) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 18 . Inc. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. Inc. Cisco Public 19 .Cisco TelePresence Authentication and Encryption yp  Based on Cisco Unified Communications  X. Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.509v3 Digital Certificates (MIC / LSC)  Certificate Trust List (CTL)  Signed Firmware Loads  Signed / Encrypted Configuration Files  SIP over TLS  S-Description key exchange in Session Description Protocol (SDP)  DTLS key exchange  Secure Real-Time Transport Protocol (sRTP) Real Time The only unique thing about Cisco TelePresence’s y q g implementation is the addition of DTLS (TLS over UDP) as key exchange .

Cisco Public 20 . All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Resolution and Motion Handling Part of CUCM Administration for each CTS  Supports 1080p and 720p Resolutions  Motion Handling Three Modes for Each Resolution Downgraded Upon Detection of the Excessive Jitter or Loss  Flexibility for Sites with Bandwidth Constraints  Dynamically Reduced Motion Handling Due to excessive Frame Jitter or Packet Loss No Resolution Ch N R l ti Change (e. 1080p-Best  1080p-Good) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.g. Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Configuration and Upgrades  Cisco Unified Communications Configured and managed in CUCM j just like any other Cisco Unified ( y (SIP) ) IP Phone UC Platform  Configuration & firmware updates Retrieved from CUCM Via HTTP port 6970  Shared line appearance pp Between the CTS and 7975G IP Phone SIP Endpoints Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc. Cisco Public 21 .

All rights reserved. Cisco Public 22 .Cisco TelePresence User Interface  Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975G Provided as Part of CTS  Provides Touch Screen User Interface to the CTS XML  Features: Ad hoc (manual) calls System speed dials Future Scheduled Meetings Preview “One Button to Push” dialing for scheduled meetings Conference/Join used to add audio participants to a TelePresence meeting Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

711 codec Audio Only Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 23 . Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Audio Add-in Add in  Audio add-in allows any CTS system to add an audio only participant or audio bridge into a TelePresence meeting  C ll initiated f Call i iti t d from th XML the interface on 7975G  Uses 4th (auxiliary) audio channel using G.

Inc.Cisco TelePresence Auto Collaborate  Automatic Content Sharing From Laptop Via Documentation Camera Simultaneously to All CTS on The Same Call  Plug and Play Controlled by Last Activated Source y  Dedicated Aux Video/Audio Channel H. Cisco Public 24 .264 video codec Resolution 1024x768 @ 60Hz 5 frames per second p p Optional Presentation Codec @ 30fps Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.

Cisco TelePresence System
Audio and Video Multiplexing

LAN/WAN

Audio Streams Video Streams
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Single IP Access to the LAN or WAN

CTS IP Addressing – Consideration Example (CTS-3000) (CTS 3000)
LAN/WAN

Only on Primary Codec’s eth0 (DHCP or Static) y y ( ) IP Phone Traffic is Bridged to the WAN or LAN

Internal IP Communications between 1. 2. 3. Primary Codec and Center Camera Primary Codec and Secondary Codec Secondary Codec and It’s Side Camera It s

Internal IP Addresses Not Routed on the Codec's
Primary Codec’s External IP Address

10.x.x.x
192.168.0.0/24 192.168.1.0/24 192.168.2.0/24 192.168.3.0/24 192.168.4.0/24

192.168.x.x
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Automatically Selected Internal IP Subnets I t l S b t
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Network Connectivity
    Phone and Primary Codec both reside on the Voice VLAN Primary Codec passes CDP and 802 1Q/p between the phone and network. 802.1Q/p network Switch sees two CDP Neighbors. Switch QoS trust is extended through the codec to the phone 7975
CDP 802.1Q/p POE A/C

Codec
CDP 802.1Q/p

Switch

 Phone and cameras receive Power over Ethernet (802.3af) from codec
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Example: Console(config)#interface Gigabit 0/16 Console(config-if)#switchport mode access Console(config-if)#switchport access vlan 261 Console(config-if)#switchport voice vlan 262 Console(config-if)#spanning-tree portfast C l ( fi if)# i t tf t Console(config-if)#mls qos trust {dscp | cos}
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CTS Network Protocol Interaction
Cisco 7975 IP Phone TelePresence Primary Codec Cisco Access-Edge TelePresence Cisco Unified Switch Communications Manager Manager
LAN / WAN

802.3af 802 3af CDP CDP CDP DHCP DHCP TFTP HTTP on port 6970 SIP Shared Line SIP XML XML, SNMP No 802.1Q VLAN tag Tagged with 802.1Q ID of Voice VLAN
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29 . Cisco Public Note: Signaling has been simplified for the purpose of this slide. Inc. N t Si li h b i lifi d f th f thi lid There are many other XML and SIP messages which are not shown. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence CTS Call Setup Illustration Primary Codec 7975 Cisco Unified CallManager y Primary Codec 7975 XML: “User pressed DIAL” SIP “INVITE” S SIP “INVITE” XML: “Show Incoming call” XML: “User pressed ANSWER” SIP “200 OK 200 OK” SIP “200 OK” RTP Media (audio + video) Signaling Media Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

spatial audio  Simple Cisco IP Phone based user interface  Integrated with CUCM  Auto Collaboration  Audio Add-in  Signaling/Media encryption Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public CTS-500 CTS-1000 30 .Cisco TelePresence CTS Summary  Four CTS models: CTS-3000. All rights reserved. Inc. CTS-1000 NEW CTS-3000 & CTS-3200 CTS-500. CTS-3200  N ti HD 1080 & 720 Native 1080p 720p video.

Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 31 .Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTS-Man) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

Inc.Cisco TelePresence Overview Control CUCM LDAP/Exchange CTS-Manager CTS M Multipoint Application Endpoints  Calendaring integration and management  Middleware “glue” between Cisco TelePresence Systems. Cisco Public 32 . All rights reserved. Cisco Unified Communications and corporate calendaring systems  Provides One Button to Push (OBTP) access to scheduled meetings  Resource and location management for multipoint services Session_ID Presentation_ID  Helpdesk and concierge services © 2008 Cisco Systems.

7.Cisco TelePresence Manager System Support  System Support Cisco MCS-7835-H2 Server Microsoft Active Directory on y Windows server 2003 and Exchange 2003 or 2007 IBM Domino 7. Cisco Public 33 . Notes 6.1(2b) or higher 5 1(2b) Cisco TelePresence Multipoint switch 1.5.0 Cisco Unified Communications Manager 5.0. All rights reserved.1 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.X or .

All rights reserved. Cisco Public 34 .Cisco TelePresence Manager CTS Manager CTS-Manager CUCM Integration CUCM Control CTS-Manager CTS-Manager CUCM AXL\SOAP over HTTPs for TP room discovery AXL\SOAP over HTTPs to CUCM’s RIS DB to Obtain TP IP address. DN. and SMTP address CTI\QBE API used to monitor registration status Of discovered TP rooms Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

Cisco Public 35 . Inc.Cisco TelePresence Manager CUCM CTS Manager CTS-Manager LDAP/Exchange Integration Control LDAP/Exchange CTS-Manager CTS-Manager CUCM LDAP Exchange Server CTS-Man. All rights reserved. Authenticates using LDAP or LDAP over SSL CTS-Man subscribes to room mailboxes using SMTP address received from CUCM Event notification is sent from Exchange when a TP meeting is scheduled CTS-Manager retrieves the TP room calendar information via WebDav Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

Cisco Public 36 . Authenticates using LDAP or LDAP over SSL CTS-Man verifies TP room mailbox using email mail address received from CUCM CTS-Manager polls Domino server for scheduled events using Cobra\IIOP Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Manager CTS Manager CTS-Manager LDAP/Domino Integration CUCM Control LDAP/Domino CTS-Manager CTS-Manager CUCM Domino Server/ Direcotry CTS-Man. All rights reserved.

pushes schedule information to CTS using XML\Soap One B tt O Button to Push Schedule information pushed for phone via XML\XSI Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.Cisco TelePresence Manager CTS-Manager and CTS Integration CUCM Control LDAP/Exchange CTS-Manager CTS Manager Application CTS-Manager CUCM LDAP Exchange\ Notes Endpoints CTS Endpoint 7975 CTS-Man. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 37 . Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Manager CTS Manager CTS-Manager and CTMS Integration CUCM Control LDAP/Exchange CTS-Manager Multipoint CTS-Manager Application LDAP Exchange\ Notes Endpoints CTS Endpoint CTMS 7975 CUCM CTMS registers with CTS-Manager via XML\SOAP supplying available segments and location CTS-Manager schedules multipoint meetings based on capacity and location then provides schedued meeting information to CTMS via XML\SOAP Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 38 . Inc. All rights reserved.

6 Check for available resources Meeting scheduled successfully New York GMT .8 2 SJ: GMT -8 8 SE: GMT -8 CTS-Manager DA: GMT -6 NY: GMT -5 Av. GMT -6. New York System selection San Jose GMT . Seattle.5 4 Note: If no resources are available in Dallas the next closest CTMS is selected (San Jose GMT -8) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Dallas. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Manager CTMS Geographical Selection 1 Multipoint meeting requested: San Jose Seattle Dallas and Jose.75 CTMS closest to mean GMT is selected 3 Dallas GMT . Cisco Public 39 .

Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch (CTMS) Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. Cisco Public 40 . All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch Overview  Supports TelePresence Meetings for more than 2 endpoints  Supports up to 48 segments  N restrictions on number of conferences (up t 48 No t i ti b f f ( to segments)  Software based low latency switching <10ms y g  Non-TelePresence Interoperability  Scheduled multipoint meetings with O e Button to Push Sc edu ed u t po t eet gs t One utto us Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 41 .

Cisco Public 42 .Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch Multipoint Components  CTMS Video and Audio Switching g Non-Scheduled Meetings CTMS  CUVC Non-TelePresence Interoperability CUVC  CTS-Manager Meeting S h d li M ti Scheduling “One Button to Push” Dialing Resource and Location Management M t Session_ID Presentation_ID CTS-Manager © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc.

Cisco TelePresnce Multipoint Switch Site and Segment Switching Site Switching Entire Site Switches Segment Switching Each Segment Switches Independently Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 43 . All rights reserved. Inc.

5Mbps per CTS500/1000 15Mb per CTS 15Mbps CTS300/3200 supported for 1080p  Bandwidth must be provisioned for the max. Inc. All rights reserved. 30fps Interoperability Additional Bandwidth ~4Mbps ~1Mbps Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 44 .Cisco TelePresence  Multipoint meetings are multiple point to point point-to-point meetings  Provision 5. number of segments supported on the multipoint device  Distribute multipoint devices in larger deployments to help distribute network bandwidth Multipoint Bandwidth Considerations 60Mbps Multipoint Device 45Mbps Optional Auto Collab.

Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch Multipoint Latency Considerations  For small deployments centrally locate multipoint resources  Target a maximum one way end-to-end network latency of <200ms  C l l t worst case l t Calculate t latency b adding by ddi the longest two legs plus 10ms for the CTMS 31ms 75ms 54ms 75ms 54ms 10ms 139ms London to Tokyo Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. Cisco Public 45 . All rights reserved.

Cisco Public 46 .711 Likewise.711.Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch Interoperability Facts  G. All rights reserved. Inc.239 application sharing between CTMS and CUVC Recommend using MeetingPlace or WebEx to facilitate collaboration  No Far End Camera Control (FECC) for TelePresence participants  Each Interop call reduces the port capacity on CTMS and CUVC by one port  Encryption not supported for TelePresence endpoints Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.711 audio CUVC participants hear all the TelePresence participants mixed together in G. Likewise the TelePresence participants will hear the CUVC participants mixed together in G. coming from the left speaker  CUVC is the only supported MCU in this release  No H.

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0 or later required  Generally a separate CUCM cluster for TelePresence  Administer CTS endpoints in CUCM just like you would a Cisco Unified (SIP) IP Phone  CTS-Manager integrates with CUCM via SOAP and JTAPI interfaces  Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch integrates with CUCM via SIP trunk Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 48 .Cisco TelePresence Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)  CUCM Release 6. Inc.

Cisco Public 49 . All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM)  CUCM Release 6.0 or later required  CUCM view a CTS just like a Cisco Unified SIP IP Phone Automated configuration and firmware distribution Management. Call Detail Recording (CDR)  CTS Manager integrates with CUCM CTS-Manager via AXL/SOAP and CTI/QBE providing Device and call status  Cisco TelePresence Multipoint integrates with CUCM via SIP trunk  Cisco Unified SIP IP Phone 7975 providing: Simple user interface “It’s as easy as making a phone call” Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 50 .Cisco TelePresence CUCM CTS CUCM—CTS Communication Cisco Unified CallManager Cisco TelePresence System Gig Ethernet Ethernet + POE SIP Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975  CUCM sees primary codec as a SIP endpoint  Secondary codecs are invisible to the network and to CUCM  Cisco Unified IP Phone 7975 runs SIP (not SCCP)  Primary codec and IP Phone share a line appearance Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

All rights reserved.0 or later? No Yes Video Telephony apps Video Telephony apps No Video Telephony apps deployed? deployed? deployed? Yes More than one CUCM No More than one CUCM No More than one CUCM cluster? cluster? cluster? Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.0 or later  Cisco TelePresence has unique bandwidth and QoS requirements—but CUCM cannot differentiate between a TelePresence call and a regular Video Telephony call (to CUCM they’re both “video calls”)  All CTS systems must be registered to the same CUCM t tb i t d t th cluster because CTS-Manager can only integrate with a single CUCM cluster Cisco TelePresence Conditions: Conditions: Conditions: Yes CUCM 6.CUCM Cluster Requirements and Recommendations Requirements:  Cisco TelePresence requires CUCM version 6.0 oror later? No CUCM 6. Cisco Public Recommendation: Recommendation: Recommendation: Use existingseparatecluster Use  k a CUCM CUCM Pick one of your CUCM Pi Deploy f cluster for TelePresence clusters and use it for all TelePresence systems globally 51 .0 later? Yes CUCM 6. Inc.

MeetingPlace. Cisco Public 52 . or the PSTN is required. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence CUCM Dial Plan Considerations  Plan your dial plan wisely and select the appropriate Directory Numbers. Partitions and Calling Search Spaces used Audio Add-In feature: access to the rest of your IP Phones Add In Phones. Either deploy a voice gateway or trunk to your existing CUCM cluster Future B2B connectivity will require CTS dial plan to be externally reachable  Consider 911 access Recommend installing a second Cisco IP Phone on the wall inside the room for emergency calls Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Cisco TelePresence Manager  CTS M CTS-Manager communicates with CUCM via i t ith i AXL/SOAP and JTAPI CUCM Configuration: Create an Application User with the following privileges –AXL API Access –CTI Monitoring –Serviceability Access y –Standard CCM Admin Access –Associate CTS devices Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public CTS-Manager Configuration: Configure the IP address of the CUCM node that runs the AXL Web and CTI Manager services –Must be the same node 53 . Inc.

Cisco Public 54 .Cisco TelePresence CUCM Integration—Multipoint Configuration Integration Multipoint CTMS  Ci Cisco T l P TelePresence M lti i t S it h communicates Multipoint Switch i t with CUCM via a SIP Trunk CUCM Configuration: –Configure a UDP-only SIP Trunk Security Profile – CTMS 1. Inc. All rights reserved.0 only supports UDP –Configure a SIP Trunk –Configure a Route Pattern Configure CTMS Configuration: –Configure Access Number range to match CUCM Route Pattern –Configure IP addresses of all CUCM servers Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

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Cisco TelePresence Network Requirements A New Class of Application • Higher bandwidth—34x that of standard Videoconferencing • Far less tolerant to loss than Voice • Real-time. highly interactive—extremely low latency • Hi h business criticality—CXO level visibility Higher b i iti lit CXO l l i ibilit Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 56 .

128 2.Cisco TelePresence Network Requirements Max “Per Second” BW Consumption Per Second Maximum Bandwidth Utilization Per Second Resolution Motion Handling Video per Screen (kbps) Audio per Microphone (kbps) Auto Collaborate Video channel Auto Collaborate Audio channel (kbps) CTS-1000 / CTS-500 Total Audio and Video (kbps) CTS-3000 / CTS-3200 Total Audio and Video (kbps) + 20% for Layer 2-4 overhead CTS-1000 / CTS-500 max bandwidth (kbps) includes Layer 2.256 11.707 6.554 5.954 5.307 4.256 5.607 9.707 15.628 4.107 4.878 3.007 2.756 3.506 720p Better 1500 64 500 64 2.4 overhead CTS-3000 / CTS-3200 max bandwidth (kbps) Tx Rx 5. All rights reserved.756 1080p Better 3500 64 500 64 4.756 720p Best 2250 64 500 64 2.507 11.507 Tx Rx 1080p Best 4000 64 500 64 4.756 12. Inc.107 13. Cisco Public Additional Bandwidth (Layer 2-4 Overhead Inclusive) 24 4.454 3.756 9.256 720p Good 1000 64 500 64 1.128 4.507 4.006 7.756 Optional Feature Presentation Codec (Auto Collaboration @ 30fps) Interoperability Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.354 4.256 1080p Good 3000 64 500 64 3.307 1.2Mbps 922kbps 57 .554 2.628 1.954 2.707 3.628 3.

CTS-3000 BW Consumptio vs Time Graph 15Mbps Mega abits 11Mbps 5 “Average Call” Bandwidth Consumption Per Second Resolution Motion Handling CTS-500/1000 average bandwidth (Mbps) includes Layer 2. All rights reserved. Cisco Public .5 Mbps p 1080p Good 3 Mbps p 720p Best 3 Mbps p 720p Better 2.4 overhead 2 CTS-3000/3200 average bandwidth (Mbps) includes Layer 2. Inc.5 Mbps p 720p Lite 1 Mbps p 11 Mbps 10 Mbps 8 Mbps 8 Mbps 6 Mbps 3 Mbps 58 © 2008 Cisco Systems.4 overhead Session_ID Presentation_ID 10 second 1080p Best 4 Mbps p 1080p Better 3.5 Mbps p 720p Good 1.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Average Call vs Max Consumption vs.

5 Mbps 1080p Good 3 Mbps 720p Best 3 Mbps 720p Better 2. Cisco Public 59 .5 Mbps 720p Good 1.5 Mbps 720p Lite 1 Mbps 11 Mbps 10 Mbps 8 Mbps 8 Mbps 6 Mbps 3 Mbps - © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.4 overhead CTS-3000/3200 average bandwidth (Mbps) includes Layer 2.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Average Call vs Max Consumption vs.4 overhead Session_ID Presentation_ID 1080p Best 4 Mbps 1080p Better 3. All rights reserved. Average Call Max Consumption 11 Mbps p 15 Mbps Mb Meg gabits Meg gabits Total = 15 Megabits Total = 11 Megabits 1 second 1 second “Average Call” Bandwidth Consumption Per Second Resolution Motion Handling CTS-500/1000 average bandwidth (Mbps) includes Layer 2.

3KB Lite 4KB Network Laye er 873 pps 1745 pps Cisco Public 792 pps 1584 pps 682 pps 1364 pps 553 pps 1106 pps 373 pps 747 pps 272 pps 545 pps 262 pps Session_ID Presentation_ID 60 . Inc.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Relation of Video Frames to Packets 33ms 33ms 33ms 33ms Frame # 5 RX Buffer Frame #3 Frame #4 Frame 16KB #5 25KB 65KB Frame # 2 Frame # 1 16KB 6KB Application Layer Network Layer Applicatio Layer on Resolution Motion Handling Average video frame size A id f i includes Layer 3-4 overhead Average bytes per video packet includes Layer 3-4 overhead CTS-1000 CTS 1000 average video packets id k t per second (2 video channels) CTS-3000 average video packets per second (4 video channels) © 2008 Cisco Systems.4KB 1.3KB Good 4. 1080p Best 16KB Better 14KB Good 13KB Best 9. All rights reserved.100 Bytes 720p Better 6.

507 Good 4.707 RX 15.463 538 TX 563 RX 1.913 613 TX 638 RX 1.953 TX 2.397 TX 1.353 TX 4.507 RX 11.688 538 TX 563 RX 1.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Relation of Video Frames to Bytes Per Millisecond 1 second 33ms frame intervals 15Mbps Resolution Motion Handling CTS-1000 max bandwidth over one second (Mbps) CTS-3000 max bandwidth over one second (Mbps) CTS-1000 mean rate per millisecond the router expects (Bytes) CTS 3000 CTS-3000 mean rate per millisecond the router expects (Bytes) Best 5.707 Better 720p Good 1.107 688 TX 713 RX 1. All rights reserved.553 TX 5.307 RX 8.353 TX 4.107 RX 13.507 RX 11.013 250 TX 263 RX 563 250 TX 263 RX Session_ID Presentation_ID * Audio Traffic Not Included for Simplicity © 2008 Cisco Systems.953 TX 5. Inc. Cisco Public 61 .707 Best 4.307 1080p Better 4.107 RX 4.507 Lite 1.153 TX 3.463 388 TX 413 RX 1.550 RX 3.

1.913KB One 33ms video frame interval 62 .1(616) November 2006 1 of 2  For a 15 Mbps call.913KB One 33ms video frame interval 65KB Release 1. the routers’ policer algorithm expects to receive a mean rate of 1. All rights reserved.0(991) November 2007 Per Screen 1.0 we would send our entire 65 KB payload in a single millisecond (34x the mean rate)  In 1. l i our max b t t 20 KB i a f i t l lowing burst to in single milllisecond (still 10x the mean rate)  Since 1.0.1 we began shaping our traffic across the 33ms frame interval. Everything above the yellow line is considered burst and could be policed policed.913 KB per millisecond.2 we shaped our traffic even more.913KB One 33ms video frame interval Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.  In 1.2.1(365) August 2007 Per Screen 20KB Per Screen 13KB 1. Inc. reducing our max burst to 13 KB (still 7x the mean rate) 65KB Release 1.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Understanding and Provisioning for Bursts 65KB Release 1. Cisco Public 1.

All rights reserved. Propagation Serialization. Decoding SLAs Only Relate to Network Flight Time Codec Codec Metric Latency Jitter Loss Session_ID Presentation_ID Target 150 ms 50 ms 0. Packetization Queuing. Shaping Serialization. Queuing. One-Way Latency Jitter and Loss Targets & Thresholds CE PE Service Provider PE CE Campus Branch Codec Campus CE-PE PE-PE PE-CE Codec Encoding. Queuing.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics One Way Latency. Shaping Policing. . Reduce Quality 2. Queuing. Inc. Shaping De-Jitter Buffer. Drop Call 63 165 ms 245 ms None Network Bar Change © 2008 Cisco Systems.05% Thresholds 1st 250 ms 85 ms 1% 2nd 400 ms 125 ms 10% Cisco Public Triggered Action on Threshold 4th 1st None 3rd 2nd None None 1.

5 Gbps per screen uncompressed ! Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 64 .600 pixels per frame x 3 colors per pixel l i l Compressed to 4 Mbps per screen > 99% compression ratio! x 1 Byte (8 bits) per color x 30 frames per second = 1. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Traffic Characteristics Resolution 1920 lines of Vertical Resolution (Widescreen Aspect Ratio is 16:9) 1080 lines of Horizontal Resolution R 2.073.

Marking Campus CE-PE Serialization.CiscoTelePresence Network Requirements Latency.20% Enterprise Component 20% 50% 50% 80% 50% 50% 65 * CTS release©> 1. E di Packetization. Latency Jitter and Loss SLA CE PE Service Provider PE CE CE Campus Branch Codec Encoding.10% Threshold 2 (Call Drop) 400 ms* 40 ms 0. Previous versions did. Shaping PE-PE Policing. Inc. 2008 Cisco Systems. Queuing.1 does not drop the call. P li i Queuing. Cisco Public . Shaping Codec Metric Latency Jitter Loss Session_ID Presentation_ID SLAs only relate to one way Network Flight Time Codec Service Provider Component Target 150 ms 10 ms 0. Decoding Queuing. All rights reserved. Shaping Codec De-Jitter Buffer. S i li ti Queuing.05% Threshold 1 (Warning) 200 ms 20 ms 0. Propagation PE-CE Serialization.

Inc.Cisco TelePresence Network Requirements Real Time Real-Time Interactive Class for TelePresence Application Network Control VoIP Telephony Call Signaling g g Multimedia Conferencing Real-Time Interactive Multimedia Streaming Broadcast Video Low Latency Low-Latency Data OAM High-Throughput Data Best Effort Low-Priority Data Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public L3 Classification PHB CS6 EF CS5 AF41 CS4 AF31 CS3 AF21 CS2 AF11 DF CS1 DSCP 48 46 40 34 32 26 24 18 16 10 0 8 IETF RFC RFC 2474 RFC 3246 RFC 2474 RFC 2597 RFC 2474 RFC 2597 RFC 2474 RFC 2597 RFC 2474 RFC 2597 RFC 2474 RFC 3662 66 . All rights reserved.

Cisco Public 67 . All rights reserved. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Network Requirements 1P3Q8T Queuing Model Example Application pp Network Control Internetwork Control Voice TelePresence Call Signaling Network Management Scavenger Best Effort PHB – CS6 EF CS4 CS3 CS2 CS1 0 CoS CoS 7 CoS 6 CoS 5 CoS 4 CoS 3 CoS 2 CoS 1 0 CoS 0 CoS 1 1P3Q8T CoS 5 Q4 CoS 4 Priority Queue CoS 7 CoS 6 CoS 3 CoS 2 Queue 3 Q3T4 Q3T3 Q3T2 Q3T1 Q2T1 Queue 2 Queue 1 Q1T1 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

Cisco TelePresence Network Requirements WAN\Router Platform Recommendations Model Circuit Network Metro-E Link Speed T3/E3 > OC3 2800 3800 7200 7300 7600 Converged Overlay Converged Overlay Converged Overlay Converged Overlay Converged Overlay √ ? X √ √ ? √ ? X √ √ ? √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √  Bundled interfaces not recommended (e. Cable) not recommended Future with CTS-500 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. DSL. Inc. Cisco Public 68 .g. IMA)  Fractional DS-3 or higher recommended  Metro Ethernet recommended as alternative to leased circuits where available i it h il bl  Broadband (e. All rights reserved. MLPPP.g.

Cisco Public 69 .TelePresence Room Requirements Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved.

Inc. Cisco Public 70 .Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Creating the Environment  The Experience is more than the video  The Environment Room dimensions Lighting Acoustics A ti Power HVAC  The Goal is to create consistency Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.

Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Room Dimensions: CTS-3000 (Standard) CTS 3000 Room Dimensions*: Minimum: 15’ x 20’ x 8’ Recommended: 19 22’ 9’ 19’ x 22 x 9 Maximum: 23’ x 31’ x 10’ ** Table provided as integrated part of system Chairs provided by customer *With executive and professional level designs. Cisco Public **Ceiling height required for external display mounted above system 71 Session_ID Presentation_ID . All rights reserved. © 2008 Cisco Systems. the room size may exceed maximum recommendation. Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Room Components to Consider S Sound Reflect tion  Evaluate existing flat surfaces in room  Walls  Ceiling Tiles  Flooring  Window glass Sound Transmission  Block outside noise permeating room  Doorway seal  Build wall beyond ceiling line Sound Diffusion D Furniture  Diffuse reverberation by introducing decorative elements  Furniture  Wall Hangings  Décor Accents 72 BRKVVT-2304 Session_ID 14384_04_2008_c1 Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public . All rights reserved. Inc.

Cisco Public Exterior Window 73 . light. All rights reserved. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Lighting and Acoustic Challenges  Windows in a room allow transmission of extraneous noise. noise light and temperature  Windows also create exaggerated sound reverberation within a room  Add Address windows t prevent external f t i d to t t l factors f from permeating into the TelePresence environment and to control sound reflection inside the room Interior Window Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

4100k fluorescent bulbs with indirect fixtures.  The lighting in the room should be well controlled. ambient light throughout the room. Cisco Public 74 . Provide P id 4100k color t l temperature li ht source t light  Minimum illumination of 250 lux is acceptable if the room is not too deep and light cove helps to light up the face. Inc. horizontal. All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Lighting Requirement  Proper lighting is critical to the experience!  300-400 lux of well dispersed. It means block natural sun light or g other type of office light through glass or thin blinds  Lighting source shouldn’t create any shouldn t Temporal Flickering Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

color temperatures will vary and affect the on camera experience on-camera Room with Cool Fluorescent Room with Natural Daylight Room with Incandescent Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Affects of Lighting Inconsistencies When rooms are not tuned for lighting continuity. Cisco Public 75 . All rights reserved. Inc.

Glass. Brick. Cinderblock. Inc. Cisco Public . other? Do walls extend to structural deck? Insulation between rooms?  Floor and Ceiling Impact Insulation Class (IIC) I tI l ti Cl Multi-floor construction? Raised or Plenum floors? HVAC noise should not be greater than 42dB at diffuser diffuser.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Acoustics Room Acoustics—Room Isolation  Rooms should be isolated from other environments and not allow more than 20 30dB of sound transmit through walls 40 60 STC 20-30dB walls. All rights reserved. 40-60 and IIC recommended  Walls Sound Transmission Class (STC) Drywall. 36dB and lower recommended 76 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

Cisco Public 77 . and tile are highly sound reflective  Ceiling Acoustic tiles with high sound g absorption rating highly recommended Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Acoustics Reverberation Acoustics—Reverberation = Echo  Noise Reduction Coefficient (NRC) Absorption of sound  Reverberation should not exceed 500 milliseconds and is ideal at 150—300ms across all frequencies (125Hz-4kHz)  Walls Painted Drywall and Fabric Panels recommended. All rights reserved. brick. block or similar may required remediation  Floors Carpet is highly recommended Marble. Wood. wood.

Inc. Cisco Public 78 .Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Wall Finishes  Wall treatment choices introduce varying levels of sophistication and help improve room acoustics  Furniture and Plants provide depth to the room while improving room acoustics Paint Wall Covering Fabric Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved. Cisco Public Impact of Color Background 79 .Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Background Color  Warm background colors livens participants Session_ID Presentation_ID Unpainted Background © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc.

Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Power and Cooling Requirements Power Requirements CTS-1000 Maximum Typical yp Idle 1160 Watts 5292 Watts 1079 Watts 4410 Watts 123 Watts 342 Watts CTS-3000 HVAC Requirements CTS-1000 CTS-3000 Maximum Typical Idle 4859 BTU\hr 20762 BTU\hr 4582 BTU\hr 17750 BTU\hr 419 BTU\hr 1167 BTU\hr Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 80 . Inc. All rights reserved.

All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Room Requirements Tuning the Environment for HVAC  Dedicated HVAC control for TelePresence room  Pl Placement of HVAC should b configured to provide proper di l t f h ld be fi dt id displacement t of heat. Inc. Cisco Public 81 . room ventilation and proper circulation of air flow Supply Registers placed behind participants help cool the p room and provide new air Return Registers placed above the monitors effectively y displace hot air from the room and CTS unit heat Circulation Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

All rights reserved.Cisco TelePresence Summary  Cisco TelePresence provides an “in-person” experience  Cisco TelePresence is a native component of Cisco Unified Communications  Cisco TelePresence is a new application with unique network requirements  Ci Cisco T l P TelePresence h d fi d room environments t has defined i t to ensure the user experience Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Cisco Public 82 . Inc.

Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Public 83 .Q and A Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems.

html Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. Inc. All rights reserved.cisco.Recommended Reading Design Guides  TelePresence Network Design Guide 2.0 http://www.com/en/US/docs/solutions/Enterprise/ Video/TP-Book. Cisco Public 84 .

com/bookstore/product. Cisco Public 85 .asp?isbn=1587055937 h // i /b k / d ?i b 1587055937 Session_ID Presentation_ID © 2008 Cisco Systems. All rights reserved. Inc.ciscopress.Recommended Reading Cisco Press Book  Cisco TelePresence Fundamentals http://www.

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