About StarLeaf video addresses
Managing Cloud advancedLast updated September 27, 2018
Within an organization, every user and room system has a directory number and is also listed in the directory.
StarLeaf users and StarLeaf guests can call each other by email address and this works between organizations.
Every user that is provisioned is also automatically assigned a unique video address such that they are reachable from any standards-based video endpoint that is routable on the Internet.
To view a user’s video addresses, go to thepage for that user and view the . An example of what this might look like:
When a user sends a guest invite, all dialing information for this user is also provided for the guest. This means that a guest can dial from existing video conferencing equipment if he prefers. A user’s external video address is displayed on the screen of the StarLeaf touchscreen controller and Breeze
: the Cloud provides external addresses for each user, room system, and scheduled meeting. An external video address is to be used by people outside the organization who are using H.323 devices or SIP devices or Skype for Business clients that are routable on the Internet. By default, the Cloud autocompletes this address. However, if you require, you can edit the first part of the address.
- 1100 : the Cloud assigns each user an extension number. Other StarLeaf users inside your organization can either choose to call someone from the directory (contacts), or they can dial the extension of the person they want to talk to. In the above example, the extension is
- Legacy video address: this address is only necessary where someone is attempting to dial this endpoint from an older H.323 device where it is not possible to dial certain characters. The Cloud creates this address from the directory number and a unique organization prefix that is assigned when a StarLeaf account is created in combination with the account Subdomain
An example user is configured with these settings:
The Cloud assigns these addresses for Alexis Reena:
Your StarLeaf endpoints are connected to the Cloud. This means that from a StarLeaf endpoint, you can call anyone who has a standards-based video device connected to the public Internet and they can call you. If you want to video-call someone who does not have a StarLeaf device, send that person a guest invite from the StarLeaf app or a StarLeaf room system.
Depending on your account settings, you might also be able to call out to the public telephone network.