CH242 V3 onboard video display

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The onboard video adapter of the CH242 V3 is integrated into the FPGA chip, providing 64 MB video memory. The maximum resolution is 1280 x1024 at 60 Hz with 16 M colors.

Other related questions:
How can I display presentation for both videos and presentation on TE30?
To display presentation for both videos and presentation on TE series endpoints, perform the following operations: Log in to the endpoint web interface and check the configuration of the video input source. For details, see Administrator Guide 6.4 Selecting Video Sources.

How to set the Huawei ViewPoint 9030 to display the remote video and presentations at the same time
The Huawei ViewPoint 9030 can display the remote video and presentations at the same time. The remote video is delivered through the OUT 1 port and the remote presentations are delivered through the OUT 2 port by default. The video and the presentations can be displayed in combined picture mode.

Replacement of onboard NIC
The on-board NICs of certain servers, such as RH2285 V2 and RH2288 V2, are integrated on the mainboard. If you want to replace the on-board NIC, you must replace the mainboard. The on-board NICs of certain servers, such as all V3 servers, RH2285H V2, RH2288H V2, RH5885 V2, and E9000, can be replaced independently. For details, see the user guide of your server model.

Two displays are connected to a TE30. How do I configure one of them to display local video and the other to display remote video?
Log in to the web interface, choose System Settings > Input/Output. On the Video Output tab, set Video Output Port to MAIN OUT and Presentation output port to VGA OUT, and enable the dual-screen function. For details, see section 2.2.8 Setting the Video Output Parameters in chapter 2 Endpoint Settings in the TE30&TE40&TE50&TE60&TX50 Videoconferencing Endpoint Configuration Guide.

After the local site joins a conference, the local video can be displayed properly but the remote video cannot be displayed
The possible causes and solutions. Cause 1: A loopback test is being performed. Solution: Check the local and remote loopback status and disconnect all local and remote loopback tests. Cause 2: Check call statistics. If the video bandwidth is 0, no video is sent from the remote site. Solution: Contact the administrator of the remote site to solve this problem. Cause 3: If the remote video is displayed as a blue screen, the remote site hides its video by sending a blue screen. Solution: Contact the administrator of the remote site to solve this problem. Cause 4: The current video output interface is set to display the local video. Solution: Set the current video output interface to display the remote video.

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