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TE10 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R019C00

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Specifying Icon Settings

Specifying Icon Settings

On your endpoint, you can specify which icons to display on the remote control UI.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Display and click the Icon tab.
  2. Select the icons you want to display on the remote control UI.
  3. Set packet loss thresholds.

    By comparing the packet loss rate on the current network with threshold A and threshold B, the endpoint determines whether to display the packet loss rate icon on the remote control UI. The policy is as follows:

    NOTE:

    The value range is 0.1% to 100%, and threshold A must be less than threshold B. The default values for thresholds A and B are 1% and 5% respectively.

    • If the packet loss rate is less than or equal to threshold A, no packet loss rate icon is displayed.
    • If the packet loss rate is between threshold A and threshold B, is displayed.
    • If the packet loss rate is greater than or equal to threshold B, is displayed.

    After Severe packet loss alert is enabled, the packet loss rate percentage will be displayed next to the packet loss rate icon on the remote control UI if the packet loss rate is greater than threshold B by 5 seconds or more.

    After Packet loss alarm is enabled, the endpoint sends media packet loss data to the SNMP server every 5s when it is in a conference.

  4. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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Updated: 2019-10-22

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