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Cisco SX80 (2-Series)

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Product Description

Video Conferencing Systems

This module will control the Cisco SX80, MX200 G2, MX300 G2, MX700 and MX800 video codecs via RS-232.

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RS-232 Module:
May 6, 2015

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  1. Phonebook ineffective. Lots of intermitant issues. 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Aug 2015

    Every time I poll the phone book I get a different result. Specifically the contents of a parent folder change each time I "Get Phone Book". This behavior is directly off the demo.

    Additionally Phone_Book_Selected_Item_Is_Contact does not always clear with the press of Cancel_Phonebook_Dial which means a persistent "contacts selected" pop-up which can only be cleared by forcing the Digital down in debugger or by rebooting the processor - which exacerbates the first problem.

  2. New Release - May 6th 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Jun 2015

    Check the release notes - many improvements

  3. Major parts not working, semi-functional after modifications 2 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Feb 2015

    This module works for a few of the basic functions after I modified it, but it has serious problems. First, it waits for a login before it allows you to do anything. There is a large buffer in the module that everything passes through. The enable on the buffer is a "login success" value that is set when both the username and password are successfully asked for and sent. The problem is the SX-80 doesn't always ask for the username and password. So it sits there for a few seconds and then closes the terminal session. I was able to get it to work for a few functions after I forced the enable high for the buffer by waiting a few seconds and if a login query was never received I set the login signal high anyway. Some of the commands started working after this buffer was bypassed, but none of the polling that was written in the S+ module worked.

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