Since Cisco seems to have deleted the entire existence of the legacy Tandberg video codecs, I’ve been unable to find documentation on the classic API anywhere. Luckily, I still have access to a Tandberg 6000 MXP and can write down what help is offered within it.
These are the classic commands available on an MXP 6000 running software F7.0:
about access <on/off> access use (note: code max of 16 characters) aim <on/off> alrtvol <volume/test> (0...15) ansdelay <1...50> (in 1/10s) audioagc <a/b/c/rx> <on/off> a - Mic 1-3, Aud In 4 b - Aud In 5 (AUX) c - Aud In 6 (VCR) rx - received audio audiofeature <g711/g722/g722.1/g728/aac-ld> <on/off> g711 can't be disabled audiofeedback <on/off> audioin <1/2/3/4/5> <on/off> audioin 6 <on/off/auto> audiolevel <i1/i2/i3/i4/i5/i6/o1/o2/o3> <1...16> audiomix <fixed/auto> audiomodule <0/1/2> 0 - none 1 - NaturalAudio 2 - NaturalAudio2 audioout <1/2/3> <on/off> autoans <off/on/mute> mute - autoanswer with microphone off automute <on/off> autopip <on/off/auto> beep bondingtimer <normal/relaxed> boot [norestore] callstatus [callid] Response: callstatus callid direction type status time cause callid - 1...11 direction - idle/incoming/outgoing type - idle/speech/extnet/h221/HO/bonding/h323/streaming/h323-voip status - idle/answering/calling/connected/disconnecting/disconnected cause - causecode camcenter <on/off> cammove <in/out/left/right/up/down/stop> campos get campos set [pan=p] [tilt=t] [zoom=z] [focus=f] camsettings [camid] <auto/manual> [level] camid - 1...13 level - 0...31 camsleepmode <on/off> camtrack <on/off> [slow/norm/fast] certificate / [<cert/root>] chanstat [channel] Response: chanstat channel channel-status calling-number connection-time channel - call status on one channel - no argument, call status on all channels chat send chat close string - string to send, escape characters formatted: \n - new line, \d - delete character \a - alert, \q - quote, \\ - backslash custominfo [<1/2/3> [string]] string - max of 30 characters, "" deletes text defcall <calltype/netprofile> calltype - tlph, 1xh221, 2xh221, 1b, 2b, 3b, 4b, 5b, 6b, 8b, 12b, 18b, 23b, 30b, auto, max netprofile - p1, p2, p3, p4, p5, p6 p1 = auto, p2 = H320 ISDN, p3 = H323 LAN defvalues set [all/audio/factory] WARNING: 'defvalues set all' will erase the option key WARNING: 'defvalues set factory' will erase the option key, erase the eeprom, and format the flash disk delbox dial <number[**2ndNumber][*sub]> [calltype[r]] [profile] dial (dial from directory) dial (dial from mcudirectory) dial (dial from globdirectory) calltype - tlph/1xh221/2xh221/1b/2b/3b/4b/5b/6b/8b/12b/18b/23b/30b/2m5/3m/4m/h0/auto/max r - restricted call (56k channels) profile - p1/p2/p3/p4/p5/p6/p7 directory <1...200> [number**number]] [calltype[r]] [p] [name] directory add number[**number] ["name"] directory all disable ... disable disable <menu/startmenu> disable * (use 'star' for the * key) keycodes - 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/0/*/#/present/z-/z+/v-/v+/mm/up/do/le/ri/ok/conn/disc/sv/lay/cancel/pb/maincam/pc/doccam/vcr/aux/help/farend/preset/services/cabinet/grab disc [callid] callid - 1...11 dispbox [line2] [line3] [button1] [button2] [button3] (only one dispbox may occur at a time) dispparam (lists all system parameters) disptxt [<1/2/3> [string] [timeout]] 1/2/3 - layer string - max of 38 characters, "" deletes text timeout - 0...999 seconds dltxt <1/2/3> 1/2/3 - layer donotdist <on/off> downspeed <on/off> dualmon <on/off>
I'll continue to update this list with more commands and examples of responses as time allows.