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TE60 Videoconferencing Endpoint V600R019C00 Product Description

Describes the features, network, and technical specifications of the TE60 videoconferencing endpoint.
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VGA Bypass

VGA Bypass

A DVI-I port is required to enable VGA input and output for the TE60. When the endpoint is powered off, VGA images can be input from the DVI-I port and output from the DVI-I port through endpoint bypass. That means the image input and output is on the single VGA cable.

There are several scenarios during a conference:
  • Connect the VGA output port of a PC to the VGA input port of a projector.
  • Connect the VGA output port of a PC to the DVI-I port of the endpoint.

If your PC is connected to the endpoint (projector) but the (projector) endpoint is faulty, you have to unplug the VGA cable connected to the PC from the endpoint (projector) and connect the PC to the projector (endpoint) using the VGA cable. To address this trouble, the endpoint provides the VGA loopback function. To use this function, connect the VGA output port on the PC to the DVI-I input port on the endpoint and connect the DVI-I output port on the endpoint to the VGA input port on the projector. If the endpoint is faulty, it will function as an intermediary between the PC and the projector. You do not need to cope with the fault by plugging and unplugging cables.

Updated: 2019-05-31

Document ID: EDOC1100057279

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