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IPVT10 - Quick Installation Guide

  • Updated on August 29, 2022

OVERVIEW

IPVT10 is an enterprise full-HD conference system that integrates multiple service units such as MCU, media service, WebRTC service, and conference management. IPVT10 includes a full set of conferencing system solutions in one single device. The product is mainly used in small and medium enterprise for internal conferences and communications (internal communications between headquarters and branch offices), government-to-business communications, remote training/education, and etc.

Precautions

  • Please keep the equipment dry and avoid violent collisions between the equipment and other objects during storage, transportation, and usage.
  • Please do not disassemble the equipment. Please contact with Grandstream support or designated distributor when users encounter problems.
  • Any individual or enterprise may not change the structure, safety or performance design of the equipment without Grandstream authorization.
  • When using this equipment, users should follow the relevant laws and regulations, and respect the legal rights of others.
  • Before plugging or unplugging the cables of the equipment, users should stop using the equipment and disconnect the power supply.
  • Do not interrupt the power supply during system startup or firmware upgrade. This may damage the equipment firmware, and cause the equipment failure.
  • Please place the equipment in a ventilated, direct light-free environment. The operating environment temperature of this equipment is 0°C to 45°C.
  • Do not block the openings of the device with any object and leave more than 10cm of heat dissipation space around the equipment.
  • Do not place the equipment at the environment with the following humidity: 10% – 90% RH (non-condensing).

Product Features

  • Support two-way audio/video real-time conference in 1080P / 30fps / H.264 for maximum 120 attendees.
  • Support two-way audio real-time conference for maximum 200 attendees.
  • Support one-way video (receiving video) and two-way audio real-time conference in 1080P/30fps/H.264/VP8 for maximum 200 attendees.
  • Support up to 10 conferences at the same time.
  • Support up to 49 sharing cameras at the same time during the conference.
  • Support GVC3200/3202, GVC3210, WebRTC client (Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Opera, Safari, etc.), IE11, IOS/Android mobile applications and other SIP Phones
  • Packets loss resistance rate during the conference is as high as 30%.
  • Conference Control features: Presentation, Video Layouts, Conference Control, Chat, Q&A, Recording, and etc.
  • Multiple Meeting Modes: Schedule Meetings, Instant Meetings, and Personal Meetings.
  • Multiple Meeting Types: Video Conference, Webinar, and Recurring Meetings.
  • Complete conference management platform and functional post-meeting statistics.

PACKAGE CONTENTS

HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS

Power Supply– Redundant Power.
– 550W.
– Only AC power supply supported.
Applicable Cabinet2U Rackmount Design, and it supports 19” cabinets and rails.
Equipment SizeBare Equipment size: Height 88mm * Width 430mm * Depth 650mm.
USB Interfaces– 3x USB 3.0 (2 rear, 1 via header)
– 3x USB 2.0 (2 rear, 1 via header)
LAN Interfaces– 2x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Ports.
– 1x RJ45 Dedicated IPMI LAN Port.
Display Interfaces1x VGA Port.
Operating Temperature0°C – 45°C
Relative Humidity10% – 90% (Non-condensing)

MOUNTING IPVT10 TO CABINET

Users can install the IPVT10 in a 19-inch cabinet that conforms to the IEC (International Electro-Technical Commission) 60297 standard.

  • The IPVT10 server is heavy and we suggest to carry it by two people at least.
  • The cabinet has been installed and we suggest a space of at least “2U” (1U=44.45mm) needs to be reserved.
  • Users can select the regular rail for installation, or optional installation (Rails and Rail Holders are not included within the package contents).

Users need to follow the steps below to mount IPVT10 to Cabinet:

  1. Remove the rail holder and the rails by loosening the 4 screws first, and then removing the front and back rail holders.
  2. Install the inner rail to the server case. Pull the inner rail out of the rail until it cannot be pulled.
  3. Fix the inner rail with 2 screws to the server case. Fit the smooth surface of the inner rail to the side of the server case, and match the screw holes on the inner rail with the screw holes on the server case. Hold the inner rail tightly against the server case and tighten with the screws.
  4. Repeat steps 1 to 3 to install the other inner rail on the other side of the server case.
  5. Install the rail holder to the cabinet. Make sure the installation position of BACK PANEL the front rail holder on the cabinet, align the two fixing holes between the rail holder and the cabinet corner, tighten the screws. Then, according to the depth of the cabinet (the depth of the cabinet is 650mm), adjust the back rail holder properly, and align the two fixing holes between the back rail holder and the cabinet corner at the back of the cabinet, tighten the screws. (Note: Please make sure that the front and back rail holders are horizontal.)
  6. Repeat the above steps to install the other front and back rail holders to the cabinet. (Note: Please make sure that the left and right side rails are horizontal)
  7. Lift the server up and close to the cabinet so that the back of the server faces the front of the cabinet. Insert the inner rails on the two sides of the server into the front and back rail holders on the cabinet, align the fixing holes and tighten the screws.
  8. When the installation is completed, push the server into the cabinet.

EQUIPMENT SETUP

NO.NAMENO.NAMENO.NAME
1Equipment Switch4Hard Disk Indicator7Failure Indicator
2Reboot Switch5Network Connection Indicator8USB 2.0 Interface
3Power Indicator6Ethernet Interface Indicators9USB 3.0 Interface
NO.NAMENO.NAME
1Power Supply Interfaces5USB 3.0 Interfaces
2IPMI Interface6Ethernet Interface 1
3COM Interface7Ethernet Interface 2
4USB 2.0 Interfaces8VGA Input Interface

CONNECTING THE IPVT10 SERVER

  1. Connect Network cables: In order to ensure using IPVT10 properly, users need to connect the server to a Gigabit Switch. Connect the RJ45 Ethernet Cable with Ethernet interface 1 and connect the other end to Gigabit Switch. Do the same for Ethernet interface 2.
Notes:

  • Please do not use 100M or 10M switches.
  • If only one network is used, only one network interface needs to be connected with the switch (Internal Network – Setup Ethernet Interface 1, External Network – Setup Ethernet Interface 2).

  1. Connect Power Supply: Connect the standard power supply cable with the equipment and plug it into the AC Power supply.
Notes:

  • Please use a standard power outlet.
  • Please make sure that the output voltage is within the range of the power module (90~264VAC, 8.5~2.7A, 50/60Hz). If it is not within the working range, correct it and do not power on the equipment.

POWERING ON THE IPVT10 SERVER

When the equipment is properly installed, users can power on the equipment by proceeding as follows:

Check before Power on

Before powering on the equipment, users need to ensure that the equipment meets the following conditions:

  • If the equipment is installed in a cabinet, please ensure that the screws are fixed, and the equipment has enough space for heat dissipation.
  • The connections of the cables on the equipment are normal.
  • The input power and current are within the working range of the equipment.
  • The distance between the power cable and the Ethernet cable outside the cabinet must be greater than 30 mm.

Power on Equipment

Once the previous conditions are checked, the users can power up the IPVT10 Server. In order to make the equipment run properly, users need to press the equipment switch in the front panel of the server to power on the equipment. The indicator will turn to solid green.

Note:

When IPVT10 Server is on, pressing the equipment switch for 5 seconds will shut down the server.

Check after Power on

After the equipment is turned on, please check the following indicators to make sure the equipment is working properly.

NO.NameDescription
1Power Indicator• When the equipment is on and connected to the power supply: the light is solid green.
• When the equipment is off and the power supply is not connected with the equipment: the light is off
2Hard Disk Indicator• When the hard disk is writing/reading: the light is solid blue.
• When the hard disk is faulted or work off: the light is off.
3Network Connection Indicators• When the network connection is normal: the light is flashing yellow.
• When the network connection is abnormal or the network is not connected with the equipment: the light is of
4Failure Indicators• Normal condition: the light is always off.
• When the equipment is faulted: the light is flashing red.

CONFIGURING THE IPVT10 SERVER

  1. Please make sure that the IP address of the PC is under the same network segment as the server’s. If not, users need to go to “Network” configuration page of the PC to setup the network segment as the same as IPVT10 server’s.
  2. Enter the IP address (http://192.168.88.88) of the equipment in the browser of the PC, and press “Enter” to access the configuration page, as the screenshot shows below:
  1. Input login user name and password.
Note:

Please check the sticker on the device body before first time using the IPVT10 (Different batch of the IPVT10 device may have the different default login password). If there is no sticker on the device with the random default password, the default password of the device is “change_me”. If there is a sticker on the device with the random default password, please use the password on the sticker on the device body as the default login password.

  1. (Optional) Users could select the language on the list at the bottom of the configuration page.
  2. Click to login to the configuration page.

If there is an IP conflict, users can connect the PC directly to the server via an Ethernet cable for configuration purpose. Follow the steps below:

  1. Unplug the Ethernet cable from the Ethernet Port 1 on the IPVT10 equipment.
  2. Then, connect the Ethernet Port 1 and a PC with an Ethernet cable.
  1. Enter the IP address (http://192.168.88.88) of the equipment in the browser of the PC, and press “Enter” to access the configuration page.
  2. Input login user name and password.
Note:

Please check the sticker on the device body before first time using the IPVT10 (Different batch of the IPVT10 device may have the different default login password). If there is no sticker on the device with the random default password, the default password of the device is “change_ me”. If there is a sticker on the device with the random default password, please use the password on the sticker on the device body as the default login password.

  1. (Optional) Users could select the language on the list at the bottom of the configuration page.
  2. Click to login to the configuration page.
Notes:

 

  • After the configurations are complete, users must unplug the Ethernet cable from Ethernet Port 1, and reconnect the server to the Gigabit Ethernet switch to ensure that the two Ethernet ports of the equipment are connected to the Gigabit Ethernet switch.
  • For more information, users could go to Grandstream official website www.grandstream.com/support and download the User Manuals of IPVT10.

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