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1 Introduction of how to use H.323 based videoconference client Yuki Morishita (Kyushu University, Japan)

2 Contents What is H.323? H.323 compliant clients ViewStationNetMeetingGNOMEMeeting How to videoconference Setting up ViewStation ViewStation and NetMeeting ViewStation and GNOMEMeeting

3 What is H.323? H.323 is a standard that provides multimedia communication services real-time audio, video, and data communications over packet networks. Because H.323 is international standard for videoconferencing, you can communicate without considering any compatibility.

4 What is H.323? None-H.323 compliant clients User A User B User C User D Videoconference system X Videoconference system Y

5 What is H.323? H.323 compliant clients User A User B User C User D Videoconference system X Videoconference system Y Over H.323

6 H.323 compliant clients ViewStation ViewStation is a standalone video conferencing client by Polycom. Polycom URL:

7 H.323 compliant clients NetMeeting Videoconferencing software for Windows PCs. NetMeeting URL:

8 H.323 compliant clients GNOMEMeeting Videoconferencing software for Linux PCs. GNOMEMetting URL:

9 ViewStation - Configure the system - Before using ViewStation… –Connect all components –Configure the system

10 ViewStation - Configure the system - 1. Connect the equipments. Power Supply

11 ViewStation - Configure the system - 1. Connect the equipments. Microphone

12 ViewStation - Configure the system - 1. Connect the equipments. LAN Cable

13 ViewStation - Configure the system - 1. Connect the equipments. S-Video output (or Composite output) Audio output

14 ViewStation - Configure the system - Before configuring the system… –All inputs to ViewStation is done by using this Remote Control

15 ViewStation - Configure the system - Remote Control

16 ViewStation - Configure the system - Remote Control

17 ViewStation - Configure the system - Configure the system Choose preferred language. Set the IP address.

18 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose Admin Setup. Language setup

19 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose General Setup. Language setup

20 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose Language. Language setup

21 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose language you want to use. –English (US) –English (UK) –French –Japanese etc. Language setup

22 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose LAN/H.323. Setting IP address

23 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose LAN/Intranet. Setting IP address

24 ViewStation - Configure the system - Choose LAN & Intranet. Setting IP address

25 ViewStation - Configure the system - Set up LAN and Intranet information. –IP Address Setting IP address

26 ViewStation - Configure the system - Set up LAN and Intranet information. –DNS Server Setting IP address

27 ViewStation - Configure the system - Set up LAN and Intranet information. –Default Gateway Setting IP address

28 ViewStation - Configure the system - Set up LAN and Intranet information. –Subnet Mask Setting IP address

29 NetMeeting System RequirementsSystem Requirements –90MHz Pentium processor –16MB of RAM for Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me and 24MB for Windows NT or later. –Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.01 or later –28,800 bps or faster modem, ISDN, or LAN connection. –4 MB of free hard disk space (an additional 10 MB is needed during installation only to accommodate the initial setup files). –Sound card with microphone and speakers (required for audio support).

30 NetMeeting To launch NetMeeting, use start menus run command line and type conf. Or just find the shortcut icon and click it.

31 Videoconferencing Using remote control, enter the IP address or choose from address book. Press Call/Hang Up button on remote control. - Calling from ViewStation -

32 Videoconferencing If you receive call from others, this window will pop up. If you want to videoconference, click Respond. - Receiving call (NetMeeting) -

33 Videoconferencing - NetMeeting and ViewStation -

34 Videoconferencing Enter the destination IP address. - Calling from NetMeeting - PressPress

35 Videoconferencing Enter the destination IP address. - Calling from GNOMEMeeting - PressPress

36 Videoconferencing - GNOMEMeeting and ViewStation -

37 Thank You Yuki Morishita (Kyushu University, Japan)


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