Installation and Setup of Lotus Sametime 8.5 ”From Zero to Hero” in Just Two Hours

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Component requirements, architecture, and pilot deployment of an IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5. What are the 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment?

Component requirements, architecture, and pilot deployment of an IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5. What are the 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment?

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  • 1. SHOW201 Installation and Setup of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 ”From Zero to Hero” in Just Two Hours Frank Altenburg | Senior Field Support Engineer Volker Jürgensen | Software IT Architect
  • 2. Agenda ● Components of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 ● Requirements for a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Deployment ● Architecture of a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment ● The 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment 2
  • 3. The IBM® Lotus® Sametime® 8.5 Components we will cover today ● Sametime System Console ● Sametime Community Server ● Sametime Proxy Server ● Sametime Meeting Server ● Sametime Media Manager 3
  • 4. IBM Lotus Sametime System Level Architecture Sametime Clients HTTP HTTP VP SIP, RTP SIP, RTP Meeting Advanced Server VP VP Server Community VP Server VP Media Unified Manager Telephony VP VP SIP SIP, TCSPI Partner Enterprise Phone Sametime Sametime System A/V Bridges Proxy Gateway SIP, XMPP HTTP Logical servers shown – may be External IM combined physically depending on Communities Embedded Applications, including user workload Web Client, Portal, and Mobile
  • 5. IBM Lotus Sametime System Console ● Manage prerequisites. – System console manages all needed info for prerequisite components – No install/reinstall of IBM DB2® (for example) for each Sametime separate offering Domino Presence/IM Sametime System Console ● Centralize configuration. Sametime Classic LDAP – Setup & testing of things like LDAP centralized in a single Meetings location, instead of various wizards in different installers Sametime ● Facilitate deployment planning. New Meetings – Mechanism to plan the Sametime server deployment Sametime WebSphere Media – Installation of server nodes is simpler, as the shared Server configuration already exists. Server installers are “headless”, and need no input from user Sametime Proxy DB2 ● Single point of action for administrative Sametime tasks Gateway – Example: Policies are managed from a single place for all components
  • 6. IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server The Lotus Sametime Community Server runs on IBM Lotus Domino®. It supports presence (also called awareness) and instant messaging in a Lotus Sametime community. Any Lotus Sametime client that contains a presence list must connect to the Sametime Community server. Basic functionality supported by the server includes: ● Handling client login requests ● Handling connections from rich clients that access the Sametime server through a direct TCP/IP connection, or through HTTP, HTTPS, or SOCKS proxy servers ● Providing directory access for user name search and display purposes ● Providing directory access to compile lists of all Sametime servers and users in the community 6
  • 7. IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server ● Dissemination of presence and chat data to all users connected to Community Services ● Maintenance and storage of privacy information, user preference settings, and presence lists for online users ● Handling connections from the Community Services on other Sametime servers when Using multiple non-clustered Lotus Sametime Community Servers. Server-to-server connections for the Lotus Sametime Community Server occur on default TCP/IP port 1516 ● Logging of server events to the General log settings (stlog.nsf) ● Enabling a name entry prompt to appear when the ACL settings of a Domino® database enabled with IBM Lotus instant messaging technology allows anonymous access. This name entry prompt ensures that the presence list in the Sametime database can display a name for the user 7
  • 8. IBM Lotus Sametime Proxy Server The Lotus Sametime Proxy Server runs on IBM W ebSphere® Application Server. It requires a Sametime Community Server. The Lotus Sametime Proxy Server communicates direct with the Lotus Sametime Community Server and indirect with the Lotus Sametime Meeting server, Lotus Sametime Business Card Server, and Lotus Sametime Telephony Conferencing Server. The Proxy Server is responsible for the following activities: ● It hosts the Sametime client for browsers ● It provides livenames awareness for Sametime meetings, Business Cards, and custom applications ● It replaces the Sametime Java Connect or Sametime Connect for Browsers client ● It can also replace the Sametime Links Toolkit 8
  • 9. IBM Lotus Sametime Meeting Server The Lotus Sametime Meeting Server runs on W ebSphere Application Server. It requires a LDAP Server and a IBM DB2 Database Server. The Lotus Sametime Meeting Server provides the new Meeting functionality that can be accessed by the Sametime Connect Client or directly with a browser. The Meeting Server is responsible for the following activities: ● Create and manage Meeting Rooms ● Interface for Browser and Sametime Plug-In access ● Routing connections to the right meeting rooms ● Storing information from the library 9
  • 10. IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager The IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager runs on W ebSphere Application Server to provide audio visual services for chats and meetings. It requires a Lotus Sametime Community Server. The Lotus Sametime Media Manager uses the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to provide support for point-to-point and multipoint calls. It is designed to support standard audio and video codecs so that it can inter operate with equipment of other audio and video vendors. The Lotus Sametime Media Manager uses three components. In a pilot environment, the Lotus Sametime Media Manager components can all be installed on one server, but in a production environment, you should install each of the components on its own server. 10
  • 11. IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager Conference server ● The Conference server manages all conferences, including point-to- point and multipoint. It works with the client to establish the SIP session for the call. It hosts the internal TCSPI adapter and optionally an external TCSPI adapter. ● The Conference server requires access to LDAP, Meetings (optional), and Proxy/Registrar (including transport protocol: UDP, TCP). The Conference server will handle workload management for conference sessions among the switchers. 11
  • 12. IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager Proxy and Registrar ● The Proxy and Registrar is responsible for location service and forwarding SIP messages to a destination. It requires access to LDAP. You may also install and configure a database to be used with it. 12
  • 13. IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager Packet switcher ● The Packet switcher is responsible for receiving and sending media streams from endpoints to other endpoints in a conference. The Switcher works on audio streams to determine the active video stream to send to the participants, a process known as Voice-Activated Switching (VAS). ● The Packet switcher requires access to LDAP, Conference server, and media ports (1 or a range of ports for audio, and 1 or a range of ports for video). If the switchers are installed on the same machine, ensure that are no port conflicts. 13
  • 14. Agenda ● Components of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 ● Requirements for a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Deployment ● Architecture of a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment ● The 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment 14
  • 15. IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Prerequisites ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 System Console Server requires ● IBM WebSphere Application Server 7.0.0.3 (provided automatically via Install) ● IBM DB2 9.5 (provided automatically via Install) ● LDAP directory server (Supported IBM® Lotus® Domino® Directory LDAP, Microsoft® Active Directory, IBM Tivoli® Directory Server, SunOne® iPlanet®, Novell® eDirectory®) ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Sametime Community Server requires ● IBM Lotus Domino 8.0.x or 8.5 (32 Bit Version only) ● LDAP directory server ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Proxy Server requires ● IBM WebSphere Application Server 7.0.0.3 (provided automatically via Install) ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Community Server ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Meeting Server requires ● IBM WebSphere Application Server 7.0.0.3 (provided automatically via Install) ● IBM DB2 9.5 (provided automatically via Install) ● LDAP directory server ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Media Server requires ● IBM WebSphere Application Server 7.0.0.3 (provided automatically via Install) ● IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Community Server ● LDAP directory server
  • 16. IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Prerequisites, continued ● Hardware required (for a pilot deployment) ● 1 server for the IBM DB2 Server, IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 System Console, IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Proxy Server, IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Meeting Server and IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Media Manager ● Dual CPU, 6GB RAM or more, 50GB disk space or more ● 1 server for Sametime 8.5 Community Server ● 2GB RAM or more, 2GB disk space or more ● Various client endpoints
  • 17. IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Prerequisites, continued ● Software requirements ● Client ● Windows XP (SP2) and Vista – 32 and 64 bit (Sametime Connect 8.5 or Notes 8.5.1 upgrade) ● Server ● Windows Server 2003/2008 - 32 and 64 bit ● Linux (RHEL, SLES) - 32 and 64 bit ● AIX 5.3/6.1 ● i5/OS 5.4, 6.1 ● Solaris 10 ● Browsers ● Microsoft® Internet Explorer 6.x, 7.x, 8.0 (Windows) ● Firefox 2.x and 3.0.x (Windows, Mac, Linux) ● Safari 3.2 and 4.0.x (Mac) ● Other ● Domino 8.0 /8.5 for Community/'Classic' meetings ● Websphere Application Server 7 for new servers and gateway (included) ● DB2 9.5 for new servers and gateway (included)
  • 18. Other requirements: ● Make sure that all servers you want to use can be resolved in DNS. ● If DNS is not available then list all full qualified server names and IP addresses from all servers in the hosts. File and publish this file to all servers.
  • 19. Required files for a deployment on Windows: For a W indows installation you need to download these files from Passport Advantage: CZB8DML.zip DB2 Enterprise Server for Sametime CZA6HML.zip Sametime System Console CZA62ML.zip Sametime Community Server Standard CZA6AML.zip Sametime Proxy Server CZA65ML.zip Sametime Meeting Server CZA6FML.zip Sametime Media Manager CZA6MML.zip Sametime Connect Client Standard Create a directory, for example “C:Install”, on the servers where you want to install. Then unpack the downloaded files into this directory. Just unpack the files required for your deployment architecture on the particular server.
  • 20. Agenda ● Components of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 ● Requirements for a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Deployment ● Architecture of a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment ● The 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment 20
  • 21. Different ways to a pilot deployment ● The Install Guide (“recommended small pilot deployment”) describes to distribute the Domino and non Domino based services on different servers. ● You can also install all components on separate servers. This is more for production environments or bigger pilots. ● You can use any mix between these two previous methods. In this session we will install on 3 servers: ▬ Server1: LDAP Server (we do not install this server, we use an already existing one) ▬ Server2: DB2 Server, System Console, Community Server, Proxy Server, Meeting Server ▬ Server3: Media Manager Our reason for this scenario: ● There is no real reason for that. ● W e just want to show that it is possible to go other ways. ● This script works well for all ways. 21
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  • 23. Agenda ● Components of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 ● Requirements for a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 Deployment ● Architecture of a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment ● The 21 steps to a IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 pilot deployment 23
  • 24. The 21 steps to deploy a complete Sametime 8.5 environment 1.Set up or use an existing LDAP server 2.Install the IBM DB2 Server 3.Create the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console database 4.Install the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console 5.Log in to the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console 6.Run the guided activity to configure the LDAP server connection 7.Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server installation 8.Install the IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server
  • 25. The 21 steps to implement a complete Sametime 8.5 environment (continued) 9. Enable trust between the IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server and the IBM Lotus Sametime Proxy Server 10.Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Lotus Sametime Proxy Server installation 11.Install the IBM Lotus Sametime Proxy Server 12.Create the IBM Lotus Sametime Meeting Server database 13.Run the guided activity to configure the DB2 Meeting server database connection 14.Run the guided activity to configure the IBM Lotus Sametime Meeting Server installation 15.Install the IBM Lotus Sametime Meeting Server
  • 26. The 21 steps to implement a complete Sametime 8.5 environment (continued) 16.Enable trust between the IBM Lotus Sametime Community Server and the IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager 17.Run the guided activity to prepare the IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager installation 18.Install the IBM Lotus Sametime Media Manager 19.Install a IBM Lotus Sametime Connect client 20.Configure the Meeting Plug-In on the IBM Lotus Sametime Connect client 21.Configure the Sametime Meeting Room in the IBM Lotus Sametime Connect Client Meeting Plug-In to use Audio and Video
  • 27. T S h u is st m e m p S in a T stal ry E ls P th O e L N D E A : P S S e e tu rv e p r co a n n tai L n D in g A th P e S u e s er rv d e ir r e ct o ry .
  • 28. The LDAP Server In most environments a LDAP server is already present. If you use Domino it is simple to just enable LDAP on one of the Domino Directory Servers. If you use an existing LDAP Server other then Domino, it is important to use a V3 compliant LDAP. Make sure you have all relevant data from the LDAP system. (use ldapsearch Apache LDAP studio or another LDAP browser to get the relevant LDAP information -an LDIF extract of a user and a group) A security related recommendation is to have a Bind DN. This means a User in the LDAP that can be used for authenticated access to the user data in the LDAP server. Make sure that your LDAP can be accessed without SSL encryption first. SSL can be enabled later.
  • 29. In this session we use an existing Lotus Domino LDAP server. If you plan to use other LDAP servers then step 6 can be different, dependent on the used LDAP directory. See the Sametime InfoCenter for more details.
  • 30. re The d Y in W Th S co o o e u u u st is m m b ale li tw le ca ke te m o cli n p m en st us rs . to in a S d e ck e u st T p F ry E us s the th o se a P e r ll s in to th a T g ins W C th W a cr ind at MD e C ea w I MD ta l o B O te w e co M : a h m DB a ti s a I li ne D on E m n B xp ve a 2 s w 2 fi cr n S ta d le lo e d e in . li rv d a re a e ll o ta r ted n w b a e r. th a s w e for se w a in el shor d I n l ow B tha e M e to t t. d cut th na to D e e B vi in nt 2 d ga er a te ou S ta b to r som e a fa rv se the st e e na o r d st f m es ar the e ti t a n se c s a ct om a ti ion. p on m a ra d an m ir d e e s ct a te o n r. ry d W st a a e n w d rt o th u e ld
  • 31. Enter the command “cd InstallSametimeDB2” and press the “Enter” key. Enter the command “Launchpad” and press the “Enter” key.
  • 32. Just click “Install IBM DB2”
  • 33. And again click “Install IBM DB2”
  • 34. The Installation Manager is starting up
  • 35. Click “Next” to continue
  • 36. Accept the License Agreement and click “Next” to continue
  • 37. li th sp R U mi e e s e a in ta S ci so g ti a a o m l n th n e ch e s is o ti m a W f ra th 2 e ct e in 5 co b d 6 e la o m rs w ch n s p a k a o re ch s ra n ta ct e n a n n o ra d e ts t a rs ! su ct rd A e fo p r p r lso p in a th o th lo rt s e e o c p n d me a a g n p fo th a r d c a + th th ire u fi n e ct se le a in o n m s ry p a e ta ro m s ll n b e sh a a le . ti m m o o e Remove “Program Files” and click “Next” to continue u n s s ld o li d f ke u b W ri e n a e in g v b „P in o Sp id ro st h a e e g ll d re ra a a m ti s A o p F n th p il a e li e n re ca s“. d a ti d re o Bl e n a p u S n lo su e k y rv s me a a ll e n n y r d a t. n d
  • 38. Remove “Program Files” and click “Next” to continue
  • 39. Click “Next” to continue
  • 40. Enter the DB2 Administrator Username (we use the default “db2admin”) and enter the DB2 Administrator Password twice. Then click “Next” to continue
  • 41. Click “Install” to continue
  • 42. The Installer installs the IBM DB2 Server now. This step takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes.
  • 43. Important to know Your DB2 Database Server is a high sensitive component in your Sametime Environment. It stores all the predefined configuration data and holds the information how to communicate with your servers for administration and maintenance. W e highly recommend to make regulary backup of your DB2 database using a DB2 aware backup software, or export data and backup the exported data. It is possible to cluster your DB2 Server for high availability and load balancing using DB2 methods. For more information check into the DB2 InfoCenter.
  • 44. W S p e If T S e a a n h u me c y is o k vi ou m p a ron s e tim ge w te m n me a p C S e or n c a a t o T C M nt re ry n E MD e in to a et a te s P th v us s o com in e a th TH g il e le p a a e S a b d R ma e le d S a a rt E rv ic , e m n e u y d ta E d r. ou ica et : la im b C line r c te a in a d e s re b n S e y st a D ys a fi B te clikn lle n 2 te r d se m d th rv C th ir e e on e g ect D r on a s IB o or ol ta ed M o ry b if u of a y a r se ou tab L ico ot th cr a a n e e s u in a lr e s Sa ti e o m on ad n S th e y th a e h fa tim scr a e m v D e st e ip e B st S ts a 2 ti a ys in D S m te B er rt m the 2 v e se 9 er S ct con D .5 i y n s ion B m sole 2 Se a te . in rv c e h m a st a r in n l e2 d a th ti . e on
  • 45. Enter the command “cd c:installssclpdisk1”.
  • 46. E nt e r th e co m ma n d “c re a teS C D b. bat ST SC ” .
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  • 48. Ent T S h u is er s m t th ep m e i a S com n T s r E tal y m ls P a th F n e O d “ L U L o R a tu : u s n S I c am n h s p eti a ta d m ” ll . eS th y e s tem I B c M o n s L o o le o tu n s t h S em a m ac h e in ti e2 m . e S y s te m C o n s o le
  • 49. Co Th n e so Sa le m ” e li ti n me k o 8 n .5 th e La le u ft n ch si p d a e d . op e n s. C li ck th e “ In st a l IB M L o tu s S am et im e Sys tem
  • 50. N o w cli ck th e li n k “ L a u c h IB M L o tu s S a m et im e S y st em C o n so le 8. 5 In st a l a ti o n ”
  • 51. Th e Ins ta lla tio n Ma na ger is now lo a d ing .
  • 52. C li ck th e “ Ne x t” b u tt o n .
  • 53. Ac c ep t th e Li c en se a gr e e m ent a nd c li c k the “ N e x t” b ut to n .
  • 54. E c th W T T nt h e h h e a e e e n S b r g a S fi P th e me p rst a e th h cka c e in o e ti re st m g rr in e b a e ec s a ll g ta Me s a ro tp ll e ti o a a e d u n p th ti o ti n a n g p re is (r e p q m p Se li u th a ca ire e o th rv v ti s in e . e o s “ r) n th ta Pr s e th o ll o cre a gr e n ti y o a c th a n m a e ti d n o Fi s n e u a s le s me o ti s e f n ” a a th h n ti )a e a o n rd e n e w d xi w fo c a p r li s a c ti re ck th k n e t g (l a h p ike g IBM e a e Ne c th g ka ro L x e o t g Sa u tu b e p u g . s tt ro me If W o y n u ti o e . p me u b . S T in p h Pro s h e ta e n re x ll y y mo b o S u a e re s c rve e a n fi n r le o a s t n . d
  • 55. C li ck the “ Ne x t” b u tt on.
  • 56. st In a n th d is a rd sc “ re wa e n sa y d ou mi d n e ” fi . n E e n th te r e th W e e b p S a p h ss w e re or d A p twi p li ce c a , ti on a n d Ad c mi li c n k is th tr e a “ ti Ne ve x u t” se b r. u W tt o e n u . se th e
  • 57. The A Y H F p o o il p ur st l n li the cl ca DB N a ick ti 2 m for on S e: t er m h u e v w ser e “ r it V H h a ID o y li a o d nd st u a n r te P a re a m b e le ut ss v ton. w a o nt rd : d a ta . W D The “ e B st u 2 c se: ser user .r e v n e o r ID v in a at st n io a d p n ll a a s .c ti ss o o wo m n. rd ” y ou e nt er ed d u ri ng the
  • 58. N “ If o Va w li the c da li D c te B k 2 d c the“ ” o . nec Nex ti t” o n b is ut o to k, n t to he c n o y nt o inue u sh o . ul d se th a tt he tex t o f the b ut to n ha s c ha n ged to
  • 59. C li c k th e “ In st a l ” b u tt o n.
  • 60. T T hi he s in ins st ta a l ll a a ti ti o o n n ta m kes a na a g p er n ro o x w im ins a tely ta l 3 s 0 the to Lo 4 5 tu m s inu Sa m te et s. im e S y st e m C o ns o le .
  • 61. Important to know... If you plan to use the IBM Lotus Sametime System Console, you have to install this part first. In the actual release it is not possible to add an already installed Sametime Server to the System Console for managing and administration. Be sure to make a backup of all related data and files (DB2 and W ebSphere) because this data can not be reverted if a failure occurs. You will see that it is worth to learn about the Sametime System Console and use it very soon!
  • 62. C S li ck u m th m e S C S “ ta a o T In rth ry n E ter s P e o F n b le et ro IV Ex w E se : p r, L lo e o n g ter rer ” th in icon e to S . a m th eti e m e IB S M y stem L o C tu o s n so le S a URL m e a ti n m d lo e g S in . y s te m
  • 63. h P C T E o o he nt tt ns er p rt W s: 8 o / 7 le e the / 0 b 1 IS S st c C p U a ) he R .r ut L e o is re no m a “ lw A h v a p t a a p t ti c y p ti o a s li :/ ns ly c sec a /st .c . tio c o Y u n .r m o red S en :8 u er c b o 7 a y v v 0 n er a 1 S / a S a ti ib ls L. d o m o m n en T s. / h ini c c er o o ter st m n ef ra so th o :8 le tiv 70 e re U y e 0/ R o int L u ib : w e m il rfa /c l c o b e n e so re (t h le d e ir ” e Int . c e ted g ra to te H d T S o P lut S a io nd ns the
  • 64. C S li inc c k e the the “ Y se e rv s” er B us ut e to s n. a d (Th e fa is ul d t, ia lo self g is sig d n if ed er ent c e rt in if ic F a ir te, ef o it x) is no t tr us te d b y the b ro w ser :
  • 65. E n th te e r th p e a ss W w e o b rd S . p h T e h re e n A cl p ick p lica th tion e “ S L e o g rv In e ” r a b d u m tt in on is . tr a tiv e U se rn a me we u se “ w a s a d m in ” a n d
  • 66. Th Y o e u n h e a x ve t st n e ow p is re to a ch ru e n d a th g e u L id ot e d u a s ct S a iv m it e y ti to m e c S o ys n n te e m ct C to o a n sol L D e A . P se rv e r.
  • 67. C In S lick t u c th h m on is eS th fi s m e g a te c S “ u m p a o S rat y T a e ry n E m ion ti ou ne P m et . e c o c S im C n I om fi ti X e g o S m u n : ys u re R n t un te it h m y e S L Co e D a rv A g n er Pc ui c so on d le on n ” e e fi c d L g in u ti v A k rati ity c . o i ti n n v t as h it w e y S e am to ll a s e c i ti o n m t e n h S fi e y g S s am te u m re et C im o th eM n s e ol e e L et .T D in h A g is P S i e s S rv u s e er ed rv i e n r
  • 68. C N li o ck w the cli ck “Co the n n “Pr ec t er e to q LD ui A si P te Ser s” li ver nk. s” link.
  • 69. C li ck the “ A d ” b u tt on .
  • 70. Fill the fields in this form with your relevant data. We use: Check the “Authenticated Access” checkbox (see recommendation ahead) Deployment Name: “Renovations LDAP” Hostname: “ldap.renovations.com” The host name of your LDAP server Bind Distinguished name: “cn=LDAP Admin,o=renovations” The Bind DN name (full qualified) Password: “********” The Bind DN password. Then click the “Next” button.
  • 71. C h con e ck tin th u e e “ . C o nfigu re a dv a nc e d L D AP se tt ings ” ch e ck b ox a n d cl ick th e “ Ne x t” b u tt on to
  • 72. C li c k th e “ Nex t” b u tt on to co n ti n u e .
  • 73. C li c k th e “ N e x t” b u tt on to con ti n u e .
  • 74. C li ck th e “ Fi n is h ” b u tt o n to co n ti n u e .
  • 75. Y o u ca n no w se the LD A P c o nec ti o n is cr ea ted .
  • 76. W v in e S W in T S e e d xis a e fo h u rs e me is h io p ti su rm g m a n e n p u v n g time a m e fr d p ti id L a e L o o e a S lr e o n d o T e n C se th a e . cy tu om y c ry tu E a s o a P d . D u tp ti v s y Y om it S S o u h re y E in u in n a ta a st ca it v -p m V a o y e o k E ll n ma S y p es e e e e o u y N d a u la ti : a il rv r tes o m sily e own u R D d th e u o r. i o con ma n n mi It L s ro Co ta u n fi in is o ll g th o g . re tu a h m 8 u U com s ti th e D o m g .5 re si om n es S y n s u u e o g c tep n rv u a e in ren id e r n o s it e o se d y r se p e S s d th rv a d e . fc S a e ra rv rea e a t r to e c we w te n r ti rv ti D ot o n e vi it o n g u h mi imp th a r ty se L a d in D n t ep fo A o le y s to r P D me o lo ta o a oma u y c u u n w m ll o r th t a en a n p e in n ilot t th ti n t on fi g ti g is p ca iv to la u d e se in n e tio s , re p y rv st w lo n ou e a h y a r l ic th me n in h e d y c n y ou ol I y ou BM t. o r lec u r a ts re
  • 77. In the “Sametime System Console” Portlet click the “Guided Activities” link.
  • 78. C li ck th e “ In st al l S am e ti m e C o m m u n it y S er v e r” li n k .
  • 79. C o n fir m th e “C rea te a n e w D ep lo ym en t p lan ” is c h e ck e d a n d cli ck th e “N ex t” b u tt on .
  • 80. En te r th e na me “C o m m un it y Pl a n ” fo r th e D e ploy m e nt pla n. A nd click th e “N e xt ” bu tt on .
  • 81. En te r th e H os t N ame “s tc .r en o va ti o ns. co m ” an d cl ic k th e “N e xt ” bu tt on .
  • 82. c E li nt c er k the the “ D N om e x t” in b o u A tt d on. m in is tr a tor na m e (w e u se “ D o m in o A d m in ” ) a n d th e p a ss w or d . T h en
  • 83. C li c k th e “ N e x t” b u tt o n .
  • 84. C S li el c ect k the the “ N “ e R x e t” n o b v u at tt io o n n. s L D A P ” ser v er a nd c li ck the “ N ex t” b u tt o n.
  • 85. C li ck th e “ F in is h ” b u tt o n .
  • 86. The Y o u nex h a v t e st n ep o w is suc to c in es st sfuly a l th c e rea S a te met d ime a d ep C lo o y m m e u nt ni ty p la ser n fo v r er . the S a met im e C o m m unit y ser v er .
  • 87. E B in In S n ef s t u o h ter tal re is m lat the s m yo io tep S S c u n a e T . y o c ry E m a o rv m n u e P i a st n r EI n a s d rt tal G “ lt H q th h u e e T it ins Lot : ” I in ta u n l s s the e S am ta r D y ll o o e mi u ti th ha m no e e s ve er I se to v B rv e M e st r r o u L c p s o o in n the g tu so th s le Lo e S . L tu o a s tu m D sS e o m a m ti ino et m ser im e e C v S o er y m . s tem m C u o n n s it o y le f o r
  • 88. I W W n e st u ai t a se u ll n Sa o ti u l me r th al re e ti D me a o d mi Se y o n p o rv en e Se r” C rv . MD e r wi co n n d sole ow a d n is d a p en p ea ter rs th . e co ma n d “c d
  • 89. Th e n we en te r th e co m ma n d “s et u p w in 32 .e x e” .
  • 90. C Th onfi e L rm ot u th s e Sa E m ng e li ti sh me la Ins n gu ta a ll ge Sh b ie y ld cli c W ki iz n a g rd the is “ st a O K rt ” ing b ut u p ton. .
  • 91. C li ck the “ Ne x t” B ut to n.
  • 92. C o n fir m the lic en se a gr e em en t a nd c li c k the “ Ne x t” B u tt on .
  • 93. C he c k th e “ Y e s” c h e ckb ox a n d cl ick th e “ Ne x t” B u tt on.
  • 94. T a th En h n e N e d te n W r o e th w n e e th b cl te p S e ick r a p S ss h a th w e m th e o re e e h rd A tim “ o . d Ne st min e n S x a y t” m is st e tr e B a m u fo tor tt r C o th “ o n is w n . a so S sa le a me d Hos mi time n tn ” a C , m o e m “ st u c n .r it e y n S o e v rv a ti e o r n “ s. st c c o .r m e ” n , o v a ti o n s. c o m ” .
  • 95. S el ec t the “ C o m m u n it y P la n ” a nd c li c k the “ N e x t” B u tt o n.
  • 96. C lic k th e “ Ins ta ll ” B u tt o n .
  • 97. p T rec he o Ins nf ig ta u l re S d hi se el tt d ings W iz za in rd the is S n a o m w e ins ti m ta e l Sy ing st e the m C L o o n tu so s le. S a m e ti m e Ser ve r w it h the
  • 98. Important to know: The Sametime Community Server Deployment Plan Guided Activity checks the existence of the Domino Administrator user ID and that this user can authenticate with its HTTP password. Therefore it is required to install the Domino Server before the Sametime Community Server Deployment Plan is created. Later it is possible to change this credentials if the Domino Administrator user changes. This can be done in the Sametime System Console.
  • 99. Important to know: The Sametime 8.5 Community server reads the Policy Configuration from the Sametime System console during startup and then every hour. (This can be configured) If the Sametime Community Server can not read the Policy data, (because of the SSC is not up) then no user is able to log in to the Sametime Server. A work around is possible by reconfiguring the policy parameters in the sametime.ini file.
  • 100. C li c k th e “ Fi n is h ” B ut to n.
  • 101. C d S lic e ta k sk rt “ to O p th k . e ” to Sa cont m e tim in ue e . S e rv e r b y d ou b le cli ck in g th e “ L o tu s D o m in o S er v er ” ic o n on yo u r
  • 102. C on f ir m s S t t t a a h r r a t t t in u p a g ll wit of S a t m h h t e e h S t e ime a le me t r t t e e ime la r s t S e T… s d e r s v e a e r r r vi e c ce lis a n s t a e t d a r ke e in lo u a t p h d e t in T o g a 5 p s min r k o Ma p u e n t r a e ly. ge s . r B – e P s r u o r ce e t s h s a e t s . a ll 4 0 t a s k s
  • 103. In S t u h m is ste m a S C S p e o T y ry m E ou rv P c e m o r u N n fi g n IN u it E re y : t S E h e e n L rv a otu b e sS r le a a T m n ru e d ti s m th t e e b S e e IB rv tw e M r e totr L e o n u tu th st h s e e S Lotu a IB m M sS e L am ti m o tu e e ti s m P e S Pr ro a o x m x y e y S ti e m rv er e .
  • 104. C li c k the “ + ” n ea r “ S a m e ti m e S y st e m C o n so le ” .
  • 105. C C li li ck ck the the “C “+ om ” nea mu n r it “S y am P e la n ti me ” Se rv er s” and th en cli ck “S amet im e C om u n it y Se rv e rs ”.
  • 106. In the n ex t sc re n go to th e b ot to m to se e th e C o mu nit y Tr u st e d S e rv e rs set ti n gs .
  • 107. N “ A o Ad d w d d c ” the li c b k u IP tt th o a e n d O . d re K b ss u o tt f o y n. o u r S a m et im e P ro xy S er v e r (w e u se 192 .168 .0 .1 2 ) a n d c li c k th e
  • 108. S Y It D N Y a ou om o ou m w w e h il in c ti a l re a m v ta o n e e ke S st a n e se p ow u rv rt e rox p e th th r e y su to c is c on L m se c 5 o rv e m so tu e e ss in le s ss a r fu ut . S ge th l a y e m a s e on t e u w n n ti a m the il b ti e b le l e d a Se top ll rv in tr u Sa e : st a st met r l b b e e y d tw im en in e e te e re the n la ri n th g n e te e d th xt L e o ta c sec tu sk om s s ti S a ma on a re m nd . e shu ti m “ t re e d S ow st e ar rv n t e a r n se a d rv n e d re the st r” a in rt L e o d the tu . s
  • 109. S C p U S a lick re s u m - e e p th m o op ti n e m m u L S e “ la ot a S Sa ti u r a T P n s y m E ro m g S e e P x v am y ti al ti TE S m u e m e e e r s ti m e N v S re : e y e P q S R u r” st . e ir y r u m e s o n d te x C for m y o Co th n i S e so n n e le s s r g tal ol v u ” lat e e th t r id io o e e n p n . re in d o p s a n a ta “ re c G t ll ti ui oi a v d n ti it e s o y d tal n A la to c ti Lot c v o it n ie u s s S fi ” a g a m u n r d e e ti th m e th e n Pr e on ox I “ y B Ins S M e ta rv L e o ll r b tu y s
  • 110. Se le ct t he ch ec kb o x “ C re a te a ne w D e plo y m e n t Pla n ” a n d cli ck the “N e x t” b ut to n.
  • 111. S E e n le te ct r th th e e a d lr e e p a lo d y y m e e n xi t st p in la g n “ n C a o me m m “ u Pr n o it x y y P P la la n n ” ” a a n n d d cli cl ck ic th k th e e “ “ N N e ex x t” t” b b u u tt tt o on n . .
  • 112. Se le ct the ch e ck b o x “C e ll P ro fi le ” an d c li ck the “N e x t” b u tt on .
  • 113. T P U Hos F h a se il e ss t l n wor r th c ID N e lick : a d me fie : th : ld e s “ “ “ wit “ ** w st N a p e ** s h x * a .r y ** d e o t” m n u b *” in o r u (t v ” a re tt wic ti le o o va n e n . ) s. n c t o d m a ” ta . W e u se :
  • 114. Y C o li u c k h th av The e e “ n F o in ne w ish su ” xt st cc b e e ut p ss to is fu n l . to y in cr st e a a ll te th d e the Sa m D ep e lo ti m ym e P e ro nt xy P la Se n rv fo er r . th e Sa m et im e P ro xy Se rv e r.
  • 115. In In S t u the h m is a s m lr tep S ea a T d y r E y ou y P o i p n E en s L tal E C l V M th D eLot E w N ind : u I o s n S w s am e ta nt et ll er im th e Pr the e co ox I y B ma S M er nd v L er o “ . tu c s d S In a s m ta ll e ti ST m IPL e au P n r c o h x p y a d S e d is r k v 1 e ” r .
  • 116. E nt er the co m m a nd “ L a u n c h p a d ” .
  • 117. S Th a m e e S ti a m m e e ti P me ro x P y ” rox y L a u n c h p a d in st a lle r is loa d in g . C li ck th e li n k “ Ins ta l IB M L o tu s
  • 118. C li c k the li n k “ L a u n c h IB M L o tu s S a m e ti m e 8. 5 P ro x y In st a lat io n ”
  • 119. C li ck “ N e x t” to c on tin u e .
  • 120. A c e p t th e li c e n se a g re e ment a n d cli c k “ N e x t” to c ont inu e.
  • 121. C lick “ Ne x t” to con tin u e .
  • 122. C li c k “ Ne x t” to c o n ti nue .
  • 123. Th Th P U H F a se os il e is s l n wor r t cl c Id n th o a e ick mp d : m for u : e: th te m e rs wi “ H Va th ost y li ou da “ “ “ N ** w s r a a t te me ** c. re s r b ** a e le u : ** d n v tt ” mi o a on v n n a t . ” ti d “ o a s n t ta p s . .r .c W e o e n m o ” u v se a t th ion is s d .c a om ta : ”
  • 124. The “ T Va he n li S c da S li C c ted” c k o the nec . “ N ti ex o n t” wa b s ut suc to n ces to sful co n w ti nu he e. n the “ V a li da te ” b ut to n text c ha ng ed to
  • 125. S e le ct th e “ P ro x y Pl a n ” a n d cl ic k th e “ Nex t” b u tt o n .
  • 126. C li c k “ N e x t” to c o n ti n u e .
  • 127. C li c k “ In st a l ” to c o n ti n u e.
  • 128. Th e L o tu s Sa me time P ro xy S e rv e r is n o w in st a ll in g .
  • 129. Important to know: The Sametime Proxy Server: ● does not need a Database ● does not need a LDAP connection ● is just a W eb Interface for browser access to the Sametime Community Services – W eb based Sametime Connect Client ● supplies the new W eb API for W eb based application integration ● can be implemented with or without the SSC ● can be connected to existing older Sametime Servers (R 7.5.1+) ● can be connected to a community cluster You can have one or more Proxies in your organization You can implement one or more Proxies and cluster them ● using the W ebSphere Cluster Method (Network Deployment) ● individual Proxies with a Load Balancer in front of them
  • 130. In In S S th th u e e is m rv C s m e M e r S D c a ti d T w o ry a E n in y ta P d o T o u b w c a W e reat s E n e te L r th V th e E e s : com e C c o re n d a d a a te n ta d “ b th cd a s e e th I In at B st M a is ll re L S q o T u tus 8 ir 5 ed MSL f S o a r a th m u e e n ch S am ti p m a eti e d d m M is eMti k1 e e ” ti . n ng g S e rver .
  • 131. co Y T E nf o hi nt u s er igu h ta av e kes th re e the no a co w ga m co suc in m n 2 a ne ces -3 nd ct sf M “c ion ul in re ly ut a to cr e te s. M th ea C is o e ted nf e d ti a ir n ta the m g b D a a b se Sa ga .b m in a in et t th im th ST e e at M Sa M a S” m l e to e co ti ti ng m m m cr ea e D a Sy at nd te st a s the e b m a co se mp d C . a o T le ta n he b so te a le n d se. . ext su cc st e ep ss fuly is to .
  • 132. S Cr S ta e u rt at m e th a m e c D S “ o a T In n r B fi y 2 E te g P rn u M rat e T et io H n e I E t R x ti p ot n T lo h g E rer e S E S ” am e N b r : y e v R ti e d m r u ou n e d b M a th le e e ta cl ti e ick n b g g a in D s u g a e id tab th e e as d De e a in c th sk ti to e v p S it Icon am y e to . ti m c e o S n y s fi te g m u C r on e s th o le e .
  • 133. Sy E st nt em er the C o U ns o RL le . “h tt p :/ /st c. re n o v a ti o n s. co m :8 7 0 /i b m/ co n so le ” to ac ce ss the Sa m et im e
  • 134. C li ck th e “Y es ” bu tt on to co nt in ue .
  • 135. T E h n e te n r c th lic k e the W e b “ S L p o h g e re In ” A b d u m tt in on is tr . a tiv e u se rn a me , w e u se “ w a sa dm in ” , a n d th e p a ss w or d .
  • 136. C “C C li o li ck n ck the n on ec “A t “S to d D am ” B e b 2 ti m ut D e to at n. aba Sy st se e s” m . C on so le ” th en on “S am e tim e Pr e re q u is it e s” an d then on
  • 137. Th “* “db2a “ST “s Fi e ** tc l n ** M .r th cl ** dm S” e e ic n k *” in in o for the in ” th vat m th in e io wi “F e D n ini A th a s. th p e ta co you sh p A ba m ” li p r ca p se ” b li n in re ut ti on ca ame lev ton ti th p on e an . a fi H t ss u os in wor se eld r , t fo d ID na rma fi fi me e ti on ld eld fi . a e . n ld W d , e u se :
  • 138. d Y at ou a h b a av se. e n ow con fi gu re d th e DB 2 d a ta b a se con n e ct ion to th e Sa me time Me e ti n g Se rv e r
  • 139. The A In T S c h u ti th is n v e s m c it t li B e m c ies row p I S k ” is a B T “ a r M E N n se top y e d r L P xt w re F ” “ in c o In on O to st d tu U a o fi s c w g R on ll u S S r T e selc ti a a E nu me th m E e t e e N s . ti “ e : m S ti e am tti m R n u Me et g e s n e f M im o ti n e rth e th g S e e y e S s S ti g e am n u r tem g v id e e S r C ti e ” o m e d . r n e v s o M a e e c le e r “ ti ti n in v g th it en S s y e ta “ rv to S e ll a a r c m in e ti o o s n ti tal n me fi lat g G ion u u . r ide e d th e
  • 140. con C h ti eck n ue th . e fi rs t en tr y “ C re at e a n e w D e pl o y m e n t P la n ” a nd cl ic k th e “N e x t” b u tt o n to
  • 141. C E hec n te k r “ the C e n l a P m ro e fi “ le M ” e a e nd ti n g cli P c la k n the ” a “ nd N c e lic x t” k b the ut to “ n N e to x t” c o b nt ut in to ue. n to c o n ti n ue.
  • 142. T P U H F he as se o il n sw r st the cl o ID N : a ick rd me: fo : rm the “* “w “s w “N it ** a tm. h e ** sa x ** d re yo t” *” mi no ur b n v ut (t ” a re to w ti lev n ice) o a to n nt s. co co d a n m ta ti nu ” . W e. e us e :
  • 143. C Selc hec k t the the “R “S e T no MS va ” ti d o at ns ab LD as A e P and ” and cli cli ck ck the the “N “N ex e t” xt b ” ut b to ut n to to n t co o n co ti n nu ti nu e. e.
  • 144. C li ck the “ F in is h ” b ut to n to co n ti nu e.
  • 145. T Y h Se e rv ou n h e er x . av t e ste no p w is suc to i n s es ta sf ll ul th ly e co S am nf e ig ti u m red eM th e e et in D g ep S loy e rve m r. en t P la n for your Sa m et im e Me et in g
  • 146. The In S In S a t u m the e h m Sa ti is m C me s m et MD te a S S S p e T im wi y y s ou ry rv E e nd te e P M m i e ow n r F C s I ta V ti e o n n n ll t T g s te ol h E r e e E S Se . N rv th a er e m : co e I L ti n a m m un e s ma M ta ch p nd e ll e a ti d “ n th L g e is a S st u e I a n B c rv rt h e M in p ru g a L d s u ” in o p . g . t tu h s e p S re a c m o n e fi g u ti re m d e s e M tt in e g e s i ti n n t g h e
  • 147. C li c k the li n k “ In st a l IB M L o tu s S a m e ti m e M e e ti n g S e rv e r”
  • 148. C li c kt hel in k“ La unc h IB M Lo tus Sa m e tim e 8. 5 M e e ti n gS e rv e r Ins ta lla tio n ”
  • 149. C li c k th e“ Nex t” b u tt o n to c o nt inu e.
  • 150. Ac c e p t th e li c en se a g re m e nt a n d c li c k th e “ N e x t” b ut to n to c o n ti nu e.
  • 151. C li ck th e “ N e x t” b u tt on to con tin u e .
  • 152. C li c k th e “ N e x t” b u tt o n to c o nt in u e.
  • 153. C H P U H F li o a se o il c s k st s r st t N w N he t o ID h a : a e me: rd me: fo “ : r Va m li “ “ “ “ w da st * w st it * a t m.r * c h e * s y ” * a .re e * d o b * n ur n * m o ut o ” v in v re t a ” a o t lev n t ion io t a o n s. nt c s o .c co d nt o m a m ta in ” ” . ue W . e u s e :
  • 154. T T h h e e n S c S lic C k c o th n e ec “ N ti e o x n t” is b suc ut c to e n ss to fu l c w o h n e ti n n u the e . b ut to n te xt h a s c h a n ged to “ V a li da ted ” .
  • 155. C h e c k the “ M e e ti n g Pl a n ” a n d c li c kt h e “ N e x t” b u tt o n t o c o nt in u e.
  • 156. C lic k th e “ N e x t” b u tt o n to c o n ti n ue .
  • 157. C li ck th e “ In st a l ” b u tt on to c on tin u e .
  • 158. T he Sa m et im e M e et ing Se rv er is no w in st a li ng .
  • 159. Important to know: To configure LiveName integration in the Browser Meeting Access, SSO between the Community Server and the Meeting Server is required. The LTPA Token has to be exported from the Meeting Server and imported in the community server. Live Name Integration works over the REST API in the Proxy Server. No Connectivity is required between the Meeting Server and the Media Manager. Audio and Video is possible only with the Sametime Connect Client Version 8.5. (Stand alone or Notes embedded client). This client first connects to the Community Server. From there it receives the connectivity information to other servers. Then it connects to the Media Manager (if required)
  • 160. Important to know (cont) The Meeting Server can be clustered using the W ebSphere Network Deployment. This can be configured and deployed with the Sametime System Console. The new Sametime Meeting Server consists of two components. - the Meeting Server - the Meeting Proxy Clustering means that a meeting room is running only on one server at a time. The Meeting Proxy servers have the information on witch Meeting Server instance the Meeting Room is running and forward incoming requests to the right server. Data is stored in the database. In case of a fail over the Meeting Room will be started on another Meeting Server in the cluster immediately. For external access a separate Sametime Meeting Server in your DMZ is recommended for better security.
  • 161. Lotus Sametime 8.5 Meetings Cluster Deployment Lotus Sametime Servers Cluster Lotus Sametime Meetings 1 Lotus Notes WebSphere or Web clients Application Server Proxy Meetings 2 Proxy server provides Individual meetings Clustered servers caching and helps application exist on a single use the web server scale; routes HTTP cluster member services to support traffic to correct node high availability and failover
  • 162. Lotus Sametime 8.5 External Meetings Deployment Internal participants Lotus Sametime Lotus Sametime Lotus Sametime Lotus Notes Servers Web Clients Clients Presence & Instant Msg Meetings 1 Lotus Sametime Lotus Sametime Lotus Notes Meetings 2 Web Clients Clients External participants
  • 163. S In S ta rt th u the is m st m “I e a M S S n p e a T te y ry d m E o P rn u ia e e co S t n M ti m I E fi X x g a e pl u n T o re a C E re th g o E r” e e m N b L r m : y ot E d u u n ou s n a S b b a it le m y le e clic ti m S T king e e rv ru S s e e t the rv r b e a D r e es to nd tw t k ru e top st th e Ic th e n on. e I th L B o M e tu s L IB S o a m tu M e s L ti m S o e a tu M s e m d e ia ti S m e rv e e r.
  • 164. C Sy E li n ck st te e r th m the e C “ o U Y ns es o RL ” le. “ b h ut tt ton p :/ /st to co c. re n n ti n o ue v a . ti o n s. co m :8 70 /i b m /c o n so le ” to ac e ss the Sa m e ti m e
  • 165. Ent e r “w a sa d m in ” an d the pa ss w o rd . T h en cl ic k th e “L o g in ” b ut ton .
  • 166. a In nd the th e Sa n met clic k ime “S am Sys et te im m e C C o o n m sole m u B n ro it y ws S e e r rv W e ind rs ” ow . cl ick the “+ ” n ea r “ Sa m e ti m e Ser ve rs ”
  • 167. C lic k th e “ C o m m u n it y P la n ”
  • 168. In the next sc re en go to th e b ot to m to se the C o m mun it y T rus ted Ser ver s se tt in gs .
  • 169. Y “ E ou A n d te c d r a ” y n b ou se u tt r e on Sa th . me e IP ti me a d d M re e ss d ia of M th a n e a S g a e m r e IP tim a d e d re M e ss d . ia W M e a u n se a g “ e 1 r 9 is 2 a .1 d 6 d 8 e d .0 . .1 6 ” . T h e n cl ick th e
  • 170. Y N ou o w ca cl n ick se e th th e is “ O me K ” ss b a u ge tt on on to th e sa top ve : th e d at a to th e C o m mu n it y Se rve r con fi gu ra ti on .
  • 171. M Y It D N e ou wi omi o d w ia h ll n re Se av ta o rv e ke Se st a er n rt ow u rv . p e th N r e e suce to con xt 5 Lot st mi sole u e ss n s p fu u w Sa is l te m y s in to e d e n u ow time in ab n st le til . al d a Se l rv th tr u Sa e e st me r b b Sa e ti y m m e e tw e n time e te e re n la rin M th te g e e d th d e ia Sa ta Se met sks com rv im a e re a r. e n C sh d om u “ t re mu d o st n wn a it rt y a se n Se d rv rv re e e r st r” a ar in n d te d th th . e e
  • 172. Int S u h m is s m tep a I S y B T o ry M E u L P p o S re p tu E a s V ret E h S N ei a T ns m E ta e E ti N ll : a m ti o e R no u M n f e theSa th d ia e m M g et u im a id n e e a d 8 g .5Me e a r c in ti d v ia s it Ma ta y n ll a a to g e ti c r. o o n n fi g u re th e
  • 173. C li ck “ Sa m e ti me S ys tem C o n so le ” a n d th e n “ Sa m e ti me G u id ed A ct iv it ie s” .
  • 174. N o w C li ck th e li nk “I n st a ll S a m e ti m e M e d ia M an ag e r”
  • 175. E C nt li er ck th jus e t na “N m e e x “ t” M to e d cr ia e P at lan e a ” n an ew d c D li e p ck loy th m e en “ t N e P xt la ” n. b ut to n.
  • 176. Ju st c li ck “ N ex t” to in st a l a l com p on e n ts .
  • 177. L e a v e th e “ C el l P ro fi le ” ch e c k e d a n d cl ick “ N ex t” to con tin u e .
  • 178. T P U H F he a se o il ss st n w r the c o ID N li : a c rd m fo k : e: rm the “ “ “ w “ ** w st it N ** as a h e v y x ** a o t” d .r e u ** ” m n r b in o ut (t ” v re to w at lev n ic io a to e) n nt s. d c c a o o n m ta ti ” . nu W e. e us e :
  • 179. Se le ct the “ C o m m u n it y P la n ” a n d cl ick “ N e x t”
  • 180. C lic k “ F ini s h ” to sa v e th e ne w D e p loy me n t P la n .
  • 181. N Y e ou S x e t h rv st a e e v r. p e is n ow to e su n c a b e le ss Tr fu u ll st y cr b e e a twe te d e a n th Me e d Sa ia me Se ti rv me e r D C e omun p lo yme it n y t p Se la rv n e : r a n d th e M e d ia
  • 182. In S t u h m is s m te a M S p T y ry a E o n P u a i g n E s e I ta r G ll t H h T e L E ot E u N s S : am I n e s ti m ta e ll M e th d e iaM I a B n M ag e L r. o tu s S a m e ti m e M e d ia
  • 183. N In o w “E th en NT e C te MD r ER th ” w e ke in coma y d ow en nd ter “l th a e u nc coma h p a d ” nd an : d “c hi d t I th n e st “E a ll NTE S T R IAV ” ke La y. un ch p a d d is k1 ” an d h it th e
  • 184. C The li ck “ Sa In m st et al ime IB M L au L nc o tus hp a Sa d m ins e ta ti m ler e M is e no d ia w M st a a na rt ge ing r” u p .
  • 185. C li c k “ L a u n c h th e IB M L o tu s S a m e ti m e M e dia M a n a g e r 8 .5 In st a ll e r”
  • 186. T he IB M In st a l a ti o n Ma n age r is st ar ti n g up :
  • 187. C lick “ N e x t” to con ti n u e .
  • 188. A c c ep t th e L ic en se A g re em en t a nd c li c k “ N e xt ” to c o n tin ue .
  • 189. Remo li th s R U mi e p e s e a in ta Sa c s g v ti ia o e o me l n th n ch e th s is e o ti m a W ra th “ f e e in P 2 c r 5 co te b d o 6 la o g m rs w r ch n s a p a k m a o re c st ra n h a F c e n a n il te n o ra d es ts t a rs ! su ct e rd ” Al p p fo r p r so p in a a th o th rt lo rt s in e e o c p n d me a g b a fo n o th p c th a r d a + th th ire u p e ct s a fi n e t le a in o h n me st p a a ry ro nd m a n b s ll e sh a a le c . ti me m lic o o k u n s s ld o d “ f li ke u N b W ri e e n xt a e in g ” v b „Pro o Sp in t st o id h co e g a d e ll nt re ra a a m ti inu s A o p F n e. th p il a e li e n re ca s“. d a ti d re o Bl e n a p u S n lo s e k yme u rve s a a ll n n y r d a t. n d
  • 190. Re mov e th e “ P ro g ra m F il e s ” p a rt in th e p a th a ga in an d c li ck th e “ Nex t” b u tt o n .
  • 191. C li ck “ Ne x t” to c on ti n u e .
  • 192. Th H P U H F os a se os il e s l n t s r t t n wo n h cl a ID a e ick m rd : m for e : e t : : m h e wit “ V h a you lid “ “ “ “ a s * w s r t t * as t e av. * c re ” * a .r b r * dm en lev u e * * o a tt n ” n on o in va vat t ” t d . io a io n ta n s . s .c W .c o e o m m ” u s ” e :
  • 193. C onf ir m tha tt he B ut to n ha s ch a nge d to“ V a lid a te d ”. T h e n cl ic k th e “ N e xt ” b u tt o n.
  • 194. C li c k the “ Me di a P la n ” a n d then c li c k the “ Ne x t” b u tt on.
  • 195. C lic k “ Ne x t” to c o n ti nue .
  • 196. N o w cli k “ Ins ta l ” to st a rt the in st a l a tio n.
  • 197. T h e In st a l a ti on M a n a ge r is n o w in st a l in g th e M e d ia Ma n a ger .
  • 198. Important to know: The Media Manager uses new Audio and Video codecs (H.264/MPEG4). The Media Manager uses SIP for VoIP connectivity (Sametime Connect Client or Notes Embedded Sametime Client). The Media Manager can be connected to existing Audio and Video conference systems and provides the interoperability of Sametime Clients and other A/V endpoints. The Media Manager is not a PBX. It is just a server with its own connectivity and TCSPI SDK to connect to other systems. This has nothing to do with Sametime Unified Telephony. The Media Manager can be clustered for better scalability if required. The components of a Media Manager can be split and implemented on different machines for scalability.
  • 199. En In S te th u r is m th s m e te a Cl S com p T y r ie ou y E n P i t a n N n s d ta IN “ ll c th E d e T Lot E In E s u N ta s ll S : am In S a e s m ti m e ta ti e ll m Co e n th C n e li e e n c I t t8 B St .5 M a D L n e o d s a k to tu lo p s n C e S D li e a e n m sk t. to e p ti ” m . e Co n n e c t
  • 200. C The En lic te k set r the th u e “ p co O w K iz m ” ar m b d a u n tt is d on st “ ar se to tu ti a n p c g ” ep u p to t . st the a rt En th glis e in h st la a n l gu e r. a ge .
  • 201. C li ck th e “ N e x t” b u tt o n to c o n ti n u e .
  • 202. A cc ep t th e li ce n se ag re e m en t an d cl ic k th e “N e xt ” b ut to n to co nt inu e.
  • 203. c C li th s R U o ha mi p e s nt e e nge c a in inue ta Sa s g ti ia o o me l n th . the n ch e s is o ti m a W p f ra th a 2 e c e in th 5 co b d 6 te la o (r m rs w emo ch n s p a k a o re c st v ra n h a e c e n a n te n o ra d the ts t a rs ! su ct Al e rd “ fo p r P so p p r r o in a o th rt th g lo s r e e o c am p n d me a g n a fo Fi th p c a r d a le + th th ire u s fi n e ct s le e ” a in o n me st p p a ry ro a m a n b rt s ll ) e sh a a le . me a ti o m nd o n s u s c ld o li d f ke u li c b W ri k e n a e in g the v b „Pro in o Sp st “ id h a N e e g ll e d re ra a xt a m ti ” s A o b p F n u th p il a e li e n tt re ca s“. d o n a ti d re o Bl e to n a p u S n lo s e k yme u rve s a a ll n n y r d a t. n d
  • 204. C li c k the “ Ins ta ll ” b u tt o n to c o nt inu e .
  • 205. Th e Sa m e time C on n e c t C lie n t is n ow in st a l in g.
  • 206. Important to know: The new Sametime 8.5 Connect Client can be installed as a stand alone version or as Embedded Version in an existing Notes 8.5.1 or newer client. This works with all language versions of the Notes Client. The new Meeting Plug-In is automatically installed with this client.
  • 207. C lic k th e “ F in is h ” b u tt on to c on tin u e .
  • 208. The L ot u s Sa m e ti m e C on ec t c li e n t is n o w st a rt in g u p .
  • 209. T C P U H W p F he hec a se o e a il ss st ss n w rna us w the c k S li the o m er e: o c rd rd k e v fo “ e o b * “ r f rm the o Ke “ a x ** s w “ “ ** ll t us N Au y c. it ** er h e ” H re x to . a n in the t” m r o d v the h b a a a o ut tic r d tio L st to a ” D na n ly n A s P me to .c lo om d c gin ir o o ec f n ” y ti ” , to o nu . ur ry e. . S a m et im e C o m m uni ty S e rv e r a nd th e u ser na m e /
  • 210. C li ck “ N o ” to co n ti nu e .
  • 211. Me C Y Y on ou ou e ti ne h a n ct a re g v P e n lu C n ow li ow g e -I n log n t suc . a ge lr e e d a d ss in y fu h ll to a y s th in in e st st S a a a ll ll met ed e d th im the e e Me S S a e m rv e e er ti n ti m w g P e it lu C h g on your -I n n ect . N S e a xt C met li e st n im e t. p e is In C B on to e ne c ta o 4 c n t fi th C g e li ur e e S n a t. the m et im e
  • 212. C B In S li u u ck t, M th m on b e is e s m ti “ fo n te a P S F re g p T il S y r lu E e y e ou y g ” ou rv P i -I a c er n T nd a . s n W n tal th us l E en c N e o n T on this fi g Y u : “ p r et Pr lu C e g h o fe -I eS n n a re fi n yo m g c u et u e ha im re s” . v e e M th to e e et c in I o B n g fi P M g lu ur g L e - o In it tu . to c s on S n a e m c tw e it ti h m y o e u r S M a e m e e ti ti n m e g
  • 213. The N o n w cli op e k n on th e “ “ Me Sam ti n et g im R e o Me o m Se et ing rv e R rs o ” o . m s” sect ion b y cli c ki n g on th e “ + ” ic on .
  • 214. b To ut ton. a d d a n ew S a m e ti me M e ti ng S e rv e r ju st cl ick the “ A d Me e ti n g R o o m S e rv e r… ”
  • 215. T W W Ent h e e e a s er n e c d le lic d the “ c kt st t r m “ e h st q e .r c u “ e .r ir O n e e K o n d ” v o d a va a b ut ti o ti ta to n o in n s n .c s.c th toc o e m o ” m fi on a ” e ld tin n in s d ue th o th f . e e the p S or e f rv t e or “ r m 8 C . 0 o ” m in mun th e it D y ir fiel e c d t . C on ne c ti on set ti n gs .
  • 216. is Y t C ou h h t e eck o h “ t a A e v p s e p tha t t n ly t h o ” e w th m b e ut e su S e c ton a t me in e g s a sf n tim fun u d lly t e c h Me t ins en io n t t a a he ting lit l e “ y d Rom w O th K it ” h e S b th a u S m t er e t n e on v er ew ti m t “ o S e co s a M t m m e n e et ti .r n en ti m in u g e. v e a 8 r om ti o .5 n M s e P .c lu o t g m in -I ” g n is S . e N li rv e st e x e t d r. a n . d The la s n t st cli e p k
  • 217. S w it c h to th e Sa met im e C o n n e ct C li e nt a n d c li ck th e “S a me ti m e Me e ti n g s” P lug -In.
  • 218. “ To E n a te c r c R es o s o the m ” ro li n m k in fr th om e re th . e Sa me time C o n ne ct c lie nt o p e n th e P lu g -I n a nd ju st c li c k the
  • 219. P Y lug ou -I a n re . now a c ce ss in g th e sa me ro om fr om th e S a m e ti me C on n e ct C li e n t Me e ti n g Ro m
  • 220. In S t u V h m id is eo s m feat tep a a L S y n o T o ry d tu E u u P res c V s w o id S T n e a W it fi h g o m E t u h ret e N eS ti T h m Y am ep e O et refr C N im o E eM e n : n C c n ed es e o ia o c n S f t fi e th C g rv e li u er S e re . a n m et t th im M e e e M Co e ti e n n e n ec g ti tCl P n lu g ien R t g o o -I o u n m set to in h us e th A e u d e io A IB / u d M io
  • 221. W he alr n ea th dy e cr Sa ea me te ti d me me C et on in ne g. ct C lie nt ha s re st ar te d, cl ic k th e “M o re A ct io n s” li nk in th e
  • 222. C li ck th e “ E d it ” b u tt on to ch a n g e th e M e e ti n g R o m se tt in g s.
  • 223. O p cli e n ck the o n c “ h O e K ck ” b o to x c a o n n d ti se n le u e. c t the “ S a m e ti m e A u d io /Vi d e o C o n fe re n ci ng ” e nt ry . T he n
  • 224. N o w ent er the Me et ing Ro om by cl ic ki ng the “E n te r R oo m ” link .
  • 225. Y o u n o w c a n se e th e new Me d ia P a rt in th e c onf e re nc e :
  • 226. If you V id e cl o ick . on th e Te le p h on e ic on yo u ca n jo in th e ca ll wit h yo u r comp u te r for A u d io an d
  • 227. W e have now finished installing a complete Sametime 8.5 environment in 100 Minutes. If you have any more questions, come to one of the microphones, please. More information can be found in the Sametime InfoCenter: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/sametime/v8r0/index.jsp
  • 228. Other Sametime Sessions • KEY102 Unified Communications keynote – vision, strategy and roadmap • ID406 What's New in IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5 • ID402 Sametime System Console - Managing your Sametime Infrastructure • ID405 Sametime Voice/Video • AD306 Overview of Sametime 8.5 Browser IM Client/SDK and Proxy Server • AD307 Web 2.0 Development with Sametime 8.5 Services • BOOT104 Sametime 8.5 Deployment Workshop (Sunday) • BP116 How Do I Get There From Here? The Route to Lotus Sametime 8.5 • BP117 Sametime Gateway - Business Case, Best Practices and Implementation • ID401 Making the business case for Sametime and Unified Communications & Collaboration • ID403 Sametime Unified Telephony in Action: Putting it to Work for You • ID404 Sametime Unified Telephony: Today and Tomorrow
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