1. Meeting Room
A meeting room is an active meeting session. The number of
meeting rooms is the maximum number of concurrent meetings you
can host within that server.
When you start an interactive, seminar or remote support
meeting, you use a meeting room license whether you have
attendees joining the meeting or not. When you start a remote
access meeting on a computer to be remotely accessed, a meeting
room license is not used until there is an attendee joining the
meeting and accessing the computer.
When you schedule a meeting, it merely reserves a meeting ID and
does not consume any meeting room licenses.
2. Concurrent Participant
A participant is the meeting host or an attendee. When the
meeting host starts a meeting, or an attendee joins a meeting,
it consumes one participant license.
The number of concurrent participants is the maximum number of
participants in all meeting rooms combined within that server.
The TM-510 server offers 4 meeting rooms and 20 concurrent
participants by default. Out of the box (without additional
licenses), you can host 4 concurrent meetings and have up to 20
concurrent participants in the four meetings. As an example, you
may have one meeting for a sales seminar with 6 participants and
another meeting for an administrator with 6 participants, 1
additional meeting with 6 participants, and last, 1 meeting for
an IT support person with 2 participants.
If you use the TM-510 just for remote access, you can start a
remote access meeting on up to 19 different computers. One
remaining participant license is needed for you to remotely
access one of those 19 computers anytime. Or you can start a
remote access meeting on 17 different computers and reserve 2
participant licenses for other meeting types such as an
interactive meeting or a remote support session.