The Tandberg web site is http://www.tandbergusa.com/.
We have instructions for Placing a Video Call Using Tandberg Systems.
We have a Tandberg Menu Map (PDF) available.
Tandberg has these system lines:
For the Tandberg 1500 and 1000 MXP models, the LAN status lights may (or may not) come on during intial boot. Regardless, the lights are then disabled during normal operation. Instead of the lights, use the front panel display to determine LAN status.
Tandberg Classic systems with B/E5.0 software or higher will retain all alternate gatekeeper settings within memory across reboots and power cycling. Thus, if the primary gatekeeper is not reachable, they will automatically access the alternate gatekeeper. (You configure only the primary: the address of the alternate is supplied to the system by the primary.)
Switching back to the primary gatekeeper is automatic on MXP systems with F5.0 or later software. For other models and versions, see below.
Other models of Tandberg systems and Classic systems with software earlier than B/E5.0 do not have this capability. They must be manually re-addressed when the primary gatekeeper is not reachable.
Tandberg Classic systems with B/E5.0 software have been observed to spontaneously switch from the primary to alternate gatekeeper. Doing so prevents their participating in calls (unless they happen to involve a system which also spontaneously switched at the same time...). Recovery from this switch (or, any other switch to alternate), involves a cold boot. You can do a cold-boot by following these steps: