About TrueConf MCU
TrueConf MCU is a software-based video conferencing server designed for holding multipoint conferences. It provides standard MCU server functionality and ensures integration with SIP/H.323 video conferencing endpoints by Polycom, Cisco and Lifesize, Huawei, and others. TrueConf MCU is also compatible with software video conferencing solutions such as Polycom Real Presence Desktop/Mobile.
You can found more information about the features of TrueConf MCU in our webinar:
To use TrueConf MCU, you must have a physical server or a hypervisor that meets the system requirements.
|Basic configuration||Recommended configuration|
|CPU||Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 (2,4 GHz) or higher||Intel Xeon D-1541 (2,1 GHz) |
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X (3,7 GHz)
Intel Xeon E5-2640 v4 (2,4 GHz)
|Number of concurrent conference participants without inidividual layouts||25* participants for the described configurations|
|Maximum number of individual layouts||6||15|
|Operating system||Dedicated or virtual server powered by OS Debian 9.8|
|Supported hypervisors||Oracle VM VirtualBox, VMware ESXi, KVM|
|Bandwidth||1 Mbit/s up and down for 720р@30fps mode||2 Mbit/s up and down for 720р@30fps mode|
If you use a virtual machine or a server, 1 Gbit/s Ethernet is recommended
|Hard drive||At least 16 Gb of free space.|
|RAM||At least 8 Gb, preferably DDR4|
|*Please note that TrueConf MCU can support up to 150 participants|
You can download the TrueConf MCU distributive file on our website. Fill out the registration form and click Download TrueConf MCU. A registration key will be sent to the email address you provided.
To install TrueConf MCU, you need to have superuser (root) rights.
- Download the TrueConf MCU distribution file.
Move the deb. package into the /home/user where user is your username.
- Open the console and run the commands sequentially:
- To start installation, run the following command:
apt install /home/user/<file_name>
During installation, click OK to accept the terms of the license agreement.
You may need to install additional dependencies. In this case, run the following command:
apt install -f
Once the dependencies are installed, TrueConf MCU installation will resume.
To test TrueConf MCU readiness, run the following command:
systemctl list-units|grep tcmcu
If installation is successful, the status will be active.
TrueConf MCU starts automatically once the video conferencing server is launched. You can connect to the server from a browser using its IP address. You will need to enter your login and password on the authorization page.
Authorization data by default:
Login - admin
Password - admin
After authorization, you will access the TrueConf MCU registration page.
Enter the Registration Key you have just received by email. Press Register to continue.
You will access the TrueConf MCU control panel afterwards.
You will find the following sections in the control panel:
Conferences — for creating and scheduling conferences, managing conference templates, and adjusting settings of the ongoing conferences in real time.
Address book — for managing the server user list.
Logs — conference recordings and call history.
Administration — global server settings.
More information about these sections is provided below.