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Cisco Bug: CSCul29745 - B2BUA: Endpoint-supplied information needs to be passed through Conducto

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Aug 26, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco TelePresence Conductor

Known Affected Releases

XC2.2.x

Description (partial)

Symptom:

Issue :
 
Endpoint-supplied information is not available in the remotely managed operation mode on telepresence server 7010.
 
Description :
 
When the CUCM registered video end points are join in the rendezvous video conference, via telepresence conductor.
Meeting status of the end points are not able to display the Endpoint-supplied information.

In this scenario Telepresence server supports the conference in remotely managed operation mode.but end point - supplied information is not showing in the end point status page of telepresence server.

 Refer Attachment-1

Call component for the below scenario 
 
5154 -> CUCM -> SIP Trunk -> TPC -> TPS-> rendezvous conference 

Endpoint-supplied information is available only in the locally  managed mode TPS. And also locally managed operation mode can provide the preview screen of the participant 

Refer Attachment-2

2145 -> CUCM -> SIP Trunk -> TPS -> rendezvous conference

Conditions:
Conclusion :
 
In Locally managed mode can display the participants preview video and Endpoint-supplied information  , but in remotely managed mode can't able to display both.
 
Actual Behavior :

Remotely managed operation mode is not showing the End point supplied information. 
 
Expected behavior :
 
Both operation modes should be response same behavior on the rendezvous conference .

 Version details :

TPC -> XC2.2.1
TPS -> 3.1(1.95)
CUCM -> 10.0.1
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