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Setup Options

Depending on your company's network configuration, Conferencing Center can be setup in several ways. Below are three available options:

Conferencing  Center Setup: Option 1 (recommended option)

 

This is the recommended option because it makes the Web Client Host accessible to external users while keeping the booking site and its database secure.

Conferencing Center Setup: Option 2

 

With this setup, the following port issues need to be kept in mind:

  • Conferencing Center installs by default to port 25 (for email) and port 80 (to communicate with the web server).

  • Check that port 8089 is not being used by something else on the Conferencing server because it is needed for the Conferencing Center Web Client to talk to the IP Office control unit. If there is a conflict, use another port by doing the following:

    1. Open Inetpub.

    2. Double-click wwwroot.

    3. Double-click AVECS.

    4. Open the Web.config file with your preferred editing tool.

    5. Change the port number (highlighted characters) on the following code string: <add key="RemotePoint" value="tcp://localhost:8089/Avaya.ECS.ECSConferenceService.RemotingInterface"/>

 

Conferencing Center Setup: Option 3

If this option (a firewall placed between the web server and Voicemail Pro server) is selected, the following port issues need to be kept in mind:

  • Conferencing Center installs by default to port 25 (for email) and port 80 (to communicate with the web server).

  • Port 69 has to be kept open for TFTP requests from Conferencing Center Scheduler to the IP Office control unit.

  • Port 50801 has to be kept open for the Conferencing Center Server to talk to the IP Office control unit.

  • Check that port 8089 is not being used by something else on the Conferencing server because it is needed for the Conferencing Center Web Client to talk to the IP Office control unit. If there is a conflict, use another port by doing the following:

    1. Open Inetpub.

    2. Double-click wwwroot.

    3. Double-click AVECS.

    4. Open the Web.config file with your preferred editing tool.

    5. Change the port number (highlighted characters) on the following code string: <add key="RemotePoint" value="tcp://localhost:8089/Avaya.ECS.ECSConferenceService.RemotingInterface"/>

 

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