The Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS) is a SIP/H.323 registrar and call control device. This attached guide describes how to integrate the meetonvc platform within a deployment based around the VCS, using the VCS to route calls to configured conferences on potentially geographically distributed meetonvc Conferencing Nodes.
Prerequisites and limitations
This guide assumes that the VCS deployment is already configured for routing calls within the domain.
Meetonvc does not register to a VCS. Instead, you must create a neighbor zone on the VCS for each group of Conferencing Nodes in a location. We strongly recommend that both H.323 and SIP are enabled within these zones to avoid unnecessary interworking on the VCS.
All example conference aliases in this guide use the format email@example.com. However, any appropriate H.323 or SIP dial scheme can be used.
For further instructions please refer to the attached VCS guide.