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TE30 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R006C10 Product Description

Describes the features, network, and technical specifications of the TE30 videoconferencing endpoint.
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P2P to Multipoint

P2P to Multipoint

When the endpoint is connected to an MCU, you can turn a P2P call into a multipoint call, increasing conference efficiency. Below are different scenarios where this may be necessary.

Local Site Receiving Calls from Other Sites

If two sites are having a P2P call and one of the sites receives another incoming call (or multiple incoming calls), that site can perform one of the following operations:

  • Answer&Merge: Answer calls from other sites and turn the P2P call into a multipoint conference.
  • Answer&Hold: Answer calls from other sites and place the original P2P call on hold.
    Then you can place calls on hold or merge calls as follows:
    • Call Hold: The site in an active call can be placed on hold or released, and the site on hold can be resumed off hold or released. In call hold state, the local and remote sites cannot hear or video each other. They can do this only after the call hold operation is canceled.
    • Merge: Place the original P2P call on hold, and set up a call with another site or to several other sites, and turn the P2P call into a multipoint conference.
  • Answer&Release: Answer calls from other sites and release the original P2P call.
  • Ignore: Ignore calls from other sites, close the incoming call notification dialog box, and continue the original P2P call.
  • Reject: Reject calls from other sites and continue the original P2P call.

Local Site Placing Calls to Other Sites

If two sites are having a P2P call and one of the sites calls another site (or multiple sites), that site can perform one of the following operations:

  • Hold&Call: Place the original P2P call on hold and place a call to another site or to several other sites.
    Then you can place calls on hold or merge calls as follows:
    • Call Hold: The site in an active call can be placed on hold or released, and the site on hold can be resumed off hold or released. In call hold state, the local and remote sites cannot hear or video each other. They can do this only after the call hold operation is canceled.
    • Merge: Place the original P2P call on hold, and set up a call with another site or to several other sites, and turn the P2P call into a multipoint conference.
  • Add: Add sites to the original P2P call to turn it into a multipoint conference.
  • Cancel: Cancel calling another site or several other sites and continue the original P2P call.
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Updated: 2019-04-28

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