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Wiring a polycom video conf unit to a G3 or S8XX0 by phoneguy55
Posted: 30 Mar 06 (Edited 23 Aug 06)

If you need to connect your polycom to your definity so that you can make and recieve video calls via your PRI, then this document should help.

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Set the polycom to AT&T multipoint.  
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Data Module setup.  Create 4 of these in order. ie 5001, 5002, 5003, 5004.

Data Extension: 5001            Name: Video Conf 1
            Type: wcbri            COS: 1
            Port: 01B0201          COR: 8                  Multimedia? n
                                    TN: 1


ABBREVIATED DIALING
  List1:

SPECIAL DIALING OPTION:



CIRCUIT SWITCHED DATA ATTRIBUTES
  Default Duplex: full     Default Mode: async    Default Speed: 1200

DATA MODULE CAPABILITIES
  Default ITC: restricted                  Default Data Application: M2_A


BRI LINK/MAINTENANCE PARAMETERS

                   XID? n     Fixed TEI? n
      Country Protocol: 1    Endpt Init? n
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Then change the router pattern.

Change your route patten.

TSC = y

CA-TSC Request = as-needed

ITC = both

BCIE = ept

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