VisibilityOne will deliver a LIVE meeting monitoring experience focusing on proactivity, self-healing, network path detection, hardware availability, IoT, and integrated troubleshooting tools. Let’s look at some of the actionable insights with VisibilityOne
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Monitor MS Teams
Including Their Built-in Devices
The following list of features highlights an overview of monitoring features and information available when utilizing the VisibilityOne MTR Plugin. Currently, the plugin is designed to operate in the Crestron UCC engine. Additional MS Windows devices are anticipated to be added in the near future. The monitoring features assume that you have successfully enabled your Microsoft service and installed the required plugin, you can visit the following link for more details https://www.visibility.one/mst-desktop-monitoring
Now let’s review each element displayed on the dashboard.
Monitor MS Teams Rooms
1. The name displayed on the top of the view pertains to the name of your MTR. This name is provided by you Microsoft tenant information.
2. The details contained in this section are Host, Room Name, Booking Email ID, IP address, and MAC address
3. The following section contains two buttons. The reboot button will allow for the device (hardware) to be rebooted.
The admin button will display a popup view with additional options. The current option includes Document Center: https://www.visibility.one/document-center
4. This section provides you with visual status of your MTR. The two statuses are “Online” or “Offline”
5. When a room is on a call, the following chart will display the current Mbps usage.
6. The embedded console will allow the following (4) function to be executed directly from your MTR room and the results to be displayed directly in the dashboard view.
QoS Testing with DSCP value
UDP Firewall Trace with Port value
Monitor MS Teams Rooms
7. Selecting the print icon will allow for the dashboard view to be printed or be saved as PDF.
8. Clicking on the health bar will display the 30-incident
history of the device. The information contained in the view includes
9. In the Live Call Status section, when the plugin detects a call has commenced, the call status changes from “Available” to “On-Call”
10. When a call is in session, Mbps being utilized is displayed and is selectable to view the call utilization. Additionally, if the device is utilizing WiFi to access the network, the health of the signal is displayed and is made selectable to view the health history while on a call. If the WiFi signal strength reaches a
critical level, the icon will change from green, to amber or red, and an alert will be generated. Next to the WiFi icon, the SSID is displayed, allowing for quick identification of the network being utilized.
11. When a call is detected, the entire path from the MTR to the terminating gateway is Mapped. At a glance, a network path status Indicator will be color-coded with the health
Of the network (jitter, packet loss, latency).
12. The "Sel-Healing" toggle button will allow the dashboard user to select when a notification is generated.
13. By selecting the "Desktop Plugin Status", you will be able to view the CPU and Memory resources.
14. This section provides the status of a connected device. By selecting a device icon, you will be able to view the list of hardware and resources available.
15. In the "Total Calls This Month" section, you will have access to view the history of all previous calls.
16. In this section, you can enter notes that will be shared with anyone that has access to your monitoring dashboard