Videoconferencing will be available, hosted on the CERN Vidyo system, including a H323 capability, SIP dial-in, and PSTN.
- Connect using WebRTC to https://vidyoportal.cern.ch/join/Fm1u9HK53cFHunknown room keytag (iVidyoConnect)
- Connect with H323 or SIP to vidyogw.cern.ch (188.8.131.52) and
enter conference ID: unknown room ID#
Alternative endpoints are at vidyogw04: 184.108.40.206, or try one of the old vidyo servers at e.g.: 220.127.116.11
- Connect with H323 to cern-vidyo-gateway0.internet2.edu (18.104.22.168 and [2001:48a8:68fe:5::80]) and enter conference ID: unknown room ID#
- The vidyo client is also available for mobile platforms like Android and iOS. It is also available for various Linux flavours.
- Direct SIP connections to sip:unknown room ID@vidyogw.cern.ch ... or enter code unknown room ID#
- Call one of the following dial-in numbers and enter conference ID "unknown room ID#":
- +31 20 7165248 (Amsterdam, NL)
- +1 630 840 5470 (US and Canada - Batavia, IL)
- +1 631 344 2616 (US and Canada - Upton, NY)
- +420 9 50072376 (Prague, CZ)
- +41 22 7671400 (Geneva, CH)
- +34 91 1233708 (Madrid, ES)
- +44 20 30510622 (London, UK)
- +33 48 1077580 (RENATER, France)
- +420 2 28880755 (Prague, CZ)
- +49 40 8998 1350 (Germany, DE)
- +86 108 823 6019 (Beijing, CN)
- For Nikhef users:
- dial extension 2263 from any desk phone and enter code "unknown room ID#" after the prompt.
- See CERN Vidyo documentation for more solutions
Download the full desktop client for chat support and participant listing from the CERN website or here for windows, linux, debian, RPM/RedHat, and Mac.
End-point device hints
- On Polycom (HDX) devices, use the pound sign to bring up the dialpad, so you can then enter the conference number
- If your H.323 endpoint is unwilling to connect to the IP address (or to vidyogw.cern.ch) and returns "unknown number" or a similar message, try to remove any "gatekeeper" configuration from the system settings menu (look for "gatekeeper", or E.164 settings)
- There are many H.323 clients that use your own laptop as an end-point:
cross-platform open source clients like Ekiga,
and Windows clients like Polycom RealPresence Desktop, or Polycom PVX.
- Quality really depends on your connected audio and video
equipment. Use hardware echo cancellation: e.g. a Duet USB speakerphone,
or a Logitech BCC950. Small investment, big improvement!