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Maintenance Guide

TE30, TE40, TE50, TE60, and TX50 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R006C10

This document guides the operator to maintain the device
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Icons on the User Interface

Icons on the User Interface

The icons provided on the user interface indicate the status and settings of the system, helping you quickly understand the system status and complete tasks.

Table C-1 lists the icons that will appear in the lower-right corner of the call screen and indicate the current network status. Before initiating a conference, check the status of these icons.

Table C-1 Network status icons

Icon

Name

Indicates...

SIP registration failure

The endpoint fails to register with the SIP server.

GK registration failure

The endpoint fails to register with the gatekeeper.

Network disconnection

The endpoint is disconnected from an IP network. The network cable may be disconnected.

DNS parsing failure

After the DNS server is enabled and domain names are adopted as SIP server or GK server addresses, the DNS server fails to parse the domain names.

Wi-Fi connection status

The first icon indicates that the Wi-Fi network has disconnected after the Wi-Fi client is enabled.

The other icon indicates the signal status of a connected Wi-Fi network.

When you view video, the icons listed in Table C-2 are used to indicate the status of certain operations. During a conference, pay attention to the status of these icons to ensure that the relevant operations are performed correctly.

Table C-2 Operating status icons

Icon

Name

Indicates...

Microphone status

When one of these icons is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen, it indicates the microphone status of the local site. When one of these icons is displayed in other positions of the screen, it indicates the microphone status of a remote site in a conference.

Speaker status

When one of these icons is displayed in the lower right corner of the screen, it indicates the speaker status of the local site. When one of these icons is displayed in other positions of the screen, it indicates the speaker status of a remote site in a conference.

Encrypted conference

The current conference is an encrypted conference (with media streams encrypted).

Chair

The local site is the chair site.

Remote site

A remote site is currently being viewed.

Local site

The local site is currently being viewed.

Presentation sharing

A presentation is currently being shared.

Local site broadcast

The local site is being broadcast.

Do Not Disturb

The Do Not Disturb function is enabled at the local site.

Hide Video

The local video is hidden during a conference. You can use this function to prevent the local video from being seen by remote sites. After this function is enabled, the local site is displayed as a blue screen at remote sites.

Camera control (up and down)

The camera lens is turned upward or downward.

Camera control (left and right)

The camera lens is turned leftward or rightward.

Camera control (zooming)

The video input from the camera is shrunk or enlarged.

Poor network condition

Network impairments or packet loss occurs in the network where the endpoint is located. For details, see Status Icons.

Video surveillance

A remote site is recording or taking photos of the conference from the endpoint web interface.

Recording

The current conference is being recorded.

Connected to a VPM220W

The endpoint is connected to a VPM220W. The first icon indicates that the VPM220W has insufficient battery while the other icon indicates a sufficient battery.

Remote site's microphone muted

The remote site's microphone is muted so the local site cannot hear the remote site.

Local site's speaker muted by the chair site

The chair site mutes the local site's speaker so the local site cannot hear other sites.

Local site's microphone muted by the chair site

The chair site mutes the local site's microphone so other sites cannot hear the local site.

Volume

The volume indicator displays the microphone and speaker volume and stays high or low according to the actual volume.

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