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Checklist: Installing IP multicast video conferencing

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 8 Beta

Checklist: Installing IP multicast video conferencing

 

Step Reference

Review key concepts.

IP Multicast Video Conferencing

Confirm that TCP/IP is running on your network.

TCP/IP Core Networking Service

Confirm that your network is enabled for multicast.

Enabling IP multicast

Confirm that you have an Active Directory domain and that a TAPI application directory partition is available on your network.

TAPI and Active Directory;Active Directory

Configure MADCAP on your network for IP multicast telephony.

  • Install the DHCP server if it is not already installed.

  • For networks using domains, you must authorize the DHCP service in the domain's directory service database. This prevents users from setting up unauthorized DHCP services.

    You do not need to do this, however, if the server has been authorized already (for example, if it already functioning as a DHCP server).

  • To have the DHCP server allocate multicast addresses using the MADCAP protocol, create a new multicast scope.

DHCP;Authorize a DHCP server in Active Directory;Create a multicast Telephony scope

Set up multimedia devices on client computers.

Setting up clients for IP telephony;Configure multimedia devices;Eliminating acoustic echo

Set up conference rooms.

Setting up conference rooms;Eliminating acoustic echo

Make multicast video conference calls.

Manufacturer's documentation.

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