wiki:ZoomInstWorkshops/zoomguide/roomconnector

H.323/SIP Room Connector

The H.323/SIP Room Connector is a gateway for H.323 and SIP devices like legacy Cisco and Polycom conference rooms systems. A H.323 or SIP device can make a video call to a Room Connector to join a Zoom cloud meeting. A Room Connector can also call out to a H.323 or SIP device to join a Zoom cloud meeting.  There are two options for the H.323/SIP Room Connector:

  • Cloud Room Connector (CRC) - Hosted by Zoom
  • Virtual Room Connector (VRC) - On-premise

Both CRC and VRC are available to you when you purchase the H.323/SIP Room Connector add-on. When purchase a Room Connector you can subscribe to ports where each port subscription allows one device at a time to connect across all meetings in your account. If you have 5 ports subscribed only 5 conference room devices can connect to the Zoom cloud at the same time.

To get an idea about what is and where is the Zoom room connector in Zoom architecture refer to the below diagram.

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Connect to Zoom cloud from meetings SIP/H.323 end points

Prerequisites:

  • Meeting must be hosted by a Pro user
  • Host account or attendee must have Zoom room connector license

SIP/H.323 device can connect to Zoom cloud by dialing the room connector using below dial string formats.

H.323 dial string format

The full H.323 dial string format:

[IP Address]##[Meeting ID]#[Password]#[Layout]#[Host Key]

Below are the details of above input parameters. IP Address – IP Address of Meeting Host Password – Meeting password Layout – Code for selecting video layout among Gallery, Full Screen and Active. Host key – Key for claiming the Host control

To enter a meeting in default video layout

Meetings without a password: [IP Address]##[Meeting ID] Example: 192.168.1.25##123456789

Meetings with a password: [IP Address]##[Meeting ID]#[Password] Example: 162.168.1.25##123456789#12345

To enter a meeting in Full Screen

Meetings without a password: [IP Address]##[Meeting ID]##11 Example: 192.168.1.25##123456789##11

Meetings with a password:

[IP Address]##[Meeting ID]#[Password]#11 Example: 192.168.1.25##123456789#12345#11

To enter a meeting with Host Key Inputted

Meetings without a password: [IP Address]##[Meeting ID]###[Host Key] Example: 192.168.1.25##123456789###123456

Meetings with a password:  [IP Address]##[Meeting ID]#[Password]#[Layout]#[Host Key] Example: 192.168.1.25##123456789#12345#11#123456

Note: For some devices, please try [IP Address]##[Meeting ID]*[Password]*[Layout]

SIP Dial String Format

The full SIP dial string format: [Meeting ID].[Password].[Layout].[Host Key]@[IP Address]

or

[Meeting ID].[Password].[Layout].[Host Key]@zoomcrc.com

To enter a meeting in Gallery View (Default)

Meetings without a password: [Meeting ID]@[IP Address] Example: 123456789@192.168.1.25

Meetings with a password: [Meeting ID].[Password]@[IP Address] Example: 123456789.12345@192.168.1.25

To enter a meeting in Full Screen

Meetings without a password: [Meeting ID]..11@[IP Address] Example: 123456789..11@192.168.1.25

Meetings with a password: [Meeting ID].[Password].11@[IP Address] Example: 123456789.12345.11@192.168.1.25

To enter a meeting with Host Key Inputted

Meetings without a password: [Meeting ID]...[Host Key]@[IP Address] Example: 123456789...123456@192.168.1.25

Meetings with a password: [Meeting ID].[Password]..[Host Key]@[IP Address] Example: 123456789.12345..123456@192.168.1.25

Note:  MeetingID@IP Address: 2139746932@192.168.3.142  [Some Cisco/Tandberg? devices]

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