RADVision Scopia Elite 5100 Series Installation Manual

RADVision

Conference System

🧩  Manuals supported for 3 models of RADVision

  • Scopia Elite 5105
  • Scopia Elite 5110
  • Scopia Elite 5115

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Table of Contents
  • Main Features of the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    5
  • Technical Specifications

    9
  • Planning your Distributed or Centralized Topology for MCU

    11
  • Ports to Open for the SCOPIA Elite 5100 Series MCU

    14
  • Checking Site Suitability

    17
  • Unpacking the Device

    18
  • Inspecting for Damage

    19
  • Setting up the mcu

    20
  • Verifying Rack Suitability

    21
  • Complying with MCU Lifting Guidelines

    23
  • Locating a Shelf in the Rack

    24
  • Checking the Accessories Required for Mounting

    25
  • Attaching Brackets to the MCU

    26
  • Marking the Location of the Device-fixing Cage Nuts

    27
  • Removing the Cage Nut Screws

    28
  • Attaching the System Ground

    30
  • Setting the IP Address

    33
  • Accessing the MCU Administrator Interface

    36
  • Changing the MCU Service Prefix

    37
  • About Supported Languages

    38
  • Setting a Text Overlay Language

    39
  • Configuring Protocols for the MCU

    40
  • Configuring SIP Server Settings

    41
  • Configuring a Dual-NIC MCU

    44
  • Configuring Ports on All Models of the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    47
  • Configuring the TCP Port Range for H.245 on the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    48
  • Configuring the HTTP Port on the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    49
  • Configuring the UDP Port for RAS on the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    51
  • Configuring the UDP Port for the Gatekeeper on the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    52
  • Configuring the TCP/UDP/TLS Port for SIP on the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    54
  • Configuring Security Access Levels for the SCOPIA Elite MCU

    55
  • Verifying the MCU Installation

    56