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Analysis of Tools to Support Remote Access to a K12 Classroom John Bowling.

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1 Analysis of Tools to Support Remote Access to a K12 Classroom John Bowling

2 Tools Collaborate Adobe Media Server Adobe Connect Asterisk Cisco SX20

3 Collaborate Java Client Two-way video Screen sharing + Chat Ports & Protocols - 80 (HTTP) (SSL) (Collaborative Communication Framework, TCP) $100/month

4 Adobe Media Server Local or offsite host Multiple delivery protocols - Flash (RTMP port 1935) - HTTP Live Streaming (HLS port 80) - HTTP Dynamic Streaming (HDS) $1995

5 Adobe Connect Local or offsite host Ports & Protocols - 80 (HTTP) (SSL) (RTMP) Two-way video + Screen sharing $45/month/host

6 Asterisk Open source SIP-based PBX Free download or turnkey hardware option Services include - PSTN integration - peer-to-peer calling (video and voice) - bridging for conferences - voice mail box Free or >$3000

7 Cisco SX20 Video telepresence unit Features - SIP client - peer-to-peer and bridging - desktop sharing - can be mobile $5000 as configured + $40/month/host

8 Summary Two-way vs One-way Desktop sharing PC-based vs dedicated hardware $ vs free Local vs remote server iOS compatibility


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