Videocon will be available via CSIRO installation of WebEx. This supports desktop based clients as well as hardware based systems (specifically SIP and .H323). Normal phone dial in is available also, with local numbers around Australia and internationally. If you have limited network bandwidth, you may find the best result is to dial in via phone for audio and rely on WebEx for viewing presentations.
Go to the following URL. Note that the first time you use WebEx you will need to install an App or browser plugin
Remember to enable audio if you wish to stream audio via the internet (and mute microphone when listening).
Please see note below regarding Linux support for WebEx
|Call-in (Canberra, Australia):||+61 2 6246 4433|
|Local Australian numbers||https://conferencing.csiro.au/call-in.php?tab=australia|
|Other International Call-in Phone Numbers:||https://conferencing.csiro.au/Call-in.php|
|Meeting Number/Access Code:||577 668 958|
Please refer to these instructions. Take note of the many different ways of specifying the videocon address.
Linux support is difficult with WebEx. I have never got it working. You could try
But don't assume it will work on the day. CSIRO provides a test system you can try and connect to if you wish to experiment. If you wish to experiment with WebEx, you can also ask Chris to book a test session.
If you have a Linux SIP/.H323 linux client that may work - e.g. ekiga