After having been helped quickly in my previous post I deceided to give it another try for some questions I have regarding
my our cx5000.
In the office we have these cisco IP telephony phones, which require us to logon before being able to place calls. Is the cx5000 capable of calling via ip telepony? If yes, Is it also capable of doing so via this office network? If attached to a phoneline, is it possible to have the conference call running via this phoneline while at the very same time distributing video via lync so that those that have lync can watch, but all attendees at least have audio via their phones?
I set up a videocall with 2 persons and gave as setting that no lync audo should be used. However, when adding the 3rd person, audo was there. Is this normal beaviour and can I disable this?
Is there a way I can set up a videocall by just showing my camera without having others to have a webcam as well?
Thnx in advance.
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The CX5000 is a Video Device that can be connected to a PC via USB but also has an analog phone built in.
Connecting this to a analog phone line will make the CX5000 work as a conference phone.
All other LYNC / Skype for Business related questions should be asked in a Microsoft community.
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