Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 6.1 -- About Installing Web Conferencing in a Load Balancing Configuration for Video-Enabled Systems

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Installing Web Conferencing in a Load Balancing Configuration




If your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Audio Server system is licensed for video, all of the web servers connected to it will display video-related fields. These fields appear on the following pages for those users who have video scheduling privileges:

  • New Meeting scheduling page
  • Meeting Details pages
  • Account Basics page


Although in a load balancing configuration you install the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Video Integration on each web server that users will use to schedule video meetings, you activate the Video Integration on only one web server in the cluster. We recommend that you activate the Video Integration on a server that is not used for scheduling, in order to minimize the load on the server.


If a meeting is scheduled with video ports reserved, video features will be available for end-users who use their video endpoints to dial in to the meeting regardless of which server hosts the meeting. If a meeting is scheduled without video ports reserved, ad hoc video may be available for end-users who dial in with a video endpoint if video ports are available at the time of the meeting.

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