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To set meeting room bandwidth, determine the speed (kilobits/second) at which data from the meeting is sent to attendees. The host should choose a room bandwidth that matches the connection speed used by attendees. If attendees are using a variety of connection speeds, choose the lowest speed that attendees may be using.

Step-by-step guide

  1. In a meeting room, select Meeting > Preferences > Room Bandwidth.
  2. Select LAN, DSL/Cable, or Modem.
    1. LAN: One presenter can generate around 250 kbits/second of data. Attendees need around 255 kbits/second. If screen sharing is used, attendees should have 400 kbits/second. Use only if all participants are on-campus.
    2. DSL/Cable: One presenter can generate around 125 kbits/second of data. Attendees need around 128 kbits/second for a good connection. If screen sharing is used, attendees should have 200 kbits/second.
    3. Modem: Having more than one presenter with the Modem setting is not recommended. Screen sharing with the Modem setting is not recommended.

     
  3. Click Done to accept your changes.

 


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