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Poly Trio and the Pexip Cloud Service

GrahamWalsh

So you have a Poly Trio and you are looking to use the Poly Trio and the Pexip Cloud Service? Well luckily that is super simple. The device can register where you like. It can be on your SIP server on registered to the Pexip Cloud Service.

When you want to then invite it to a meeting, you just need to have that device registered on Microsoft Exchange and invite it to the meeting. You are then able to use Click to Join, One Button to Push, call it what you want, but just simply join a meeting with a single tap.

So the config required to register a line to the Pexip Cloud is below along with the Exchange settings. This is configured on Line 3 in my example below. Simply download this CFG file and upload it to the Trio via the Web interface.

Trio Config File

<!-- Created by Graham Walsh 17-05-2019 16:35 -->
<!-- poly Trio Line 3 Config for Pexip Cloud Meetings -->
<!-- Replace YourWebServer with the correct location for the Icons and wallpaper -->
<!-- Replace Your_SIP_URI with the correct URI details. This must be lowercase and no UPPER CASE characters -->
<!-- Replace _Username_ below with your Username -->
<!-- Replace _Password_ below with your Password -->
<!-- Replace YourServer with the correct server to register against -->
<PHONE_CONFIG>
	<ALL
		call.autoOffHook.3.contact="[email protected]"
		call.autoOffHook.3.enabled="1"
		call.teluri.showPrompt="0"
		dialplan.digitmap.lineSwitching.enable="1"
		dialplan.3.digitmap="(\d{10}@vmr\.vc)"
		dialplan.3.digitmap.mode="regex"
		dialplan.3.digitmap.timeOut="4"
		exchange.meeting.parseEmailsAsSipUris="1"
		exchange.meeting.parseOption="All"
		exchange.meeting.parseWhen="Always"
		exchange.meeting.realConnectProcessing.teams.enabled="1"
		exchange.meeting.showMoreActions="0"
		exchange.server.url="https://outlook.office365.com/EWS/Exchange.asmx"
		feature.exchangeCalendar.enabled="1"
		feature.exchangeCallLog.enabled="1"
		icons.3="https://YourWeberver/trio-pexip.png"
		mr.bg.url="https://YourWebServer/trio-vplus-1080.jpg"
		mr.bg.showPlcmLogo="0"
		mr.bg.selection="Custom"
		mr.bg.showWelcomeInstructions="None"	
		reg.limit="3"
                reg.3.icon="icon3"
		reg.3.address="Your_SIP_URI"
		reg.3.auth.loginCredentialType="usernameAndPassword"
		reg.3.auth.userId="_Username_"
		reg.3.auth.password="_Password_"
		reg.3.displayName="Graham Walsh Trio"
		reg.3.label="Pexip Meetings"
		reg.3.outboundProxy.address="YourServer"
		reg.3.outboundProxy.port="5061"	
		reg.3.outboundProxy.transport="TLS"
		reg.3.server.1.address="YourServer"
		reg.3.server.1.expires="60"
		reg.3.server.1.port="5061"
		reg.3.server.1.subscribe.expires="60"
		reg.3.server.1.transport="TLS"
		reg.3.icon="icon3"
		tcpIpApp.sntp.address="time.videxio.net"
		video.callRate="3072"
		video.conf.profile="1080p"
		video.maxCallRate="3072"
	/>
</PHONE_CONFIG>

Testing out the Config

To test out the config, you will see that the phone would be registered and no red x in the bottom right corner of the Line icon. Create a new meeting invite in Outlook and head to say My Meeting Video

New Outlook Invite
New Outlook Invite

Once logged in, then select Advanced Meeting Info and this will popular the body of the calendar invite with the joining details.

Creating a video meeting
Populated Calendar Invite

Once the Trio Resource Mailbox received this invite, it will parse the [email protected] and produce a Join Button on the Trio. And here it is below. Just click on the Join button and it joins the meeting.

Poly Trio with Join button
Trio with Join Button

And once that button is pressed, the meeting is called into.

Poly Trio dialling into the meeting

So that’s it, you now have a Poly Trio registered on Line 3 to the Pexip Cloud Service. If you create a Pexip meeting, it will scrape the invite and present a Join button. Any time it sees [email protected] it will dial it.

For further reading, there is information on the Pexip site here.

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