DTECH LMR Multicast Demo Configuration Guide

DTECH LMR Multicast Demo Configuration Guide
DTECH LMR Multicast Demo Configuration Guide
8/28/2014
This is an example of how to configure Vocality Basics with Twisted Pairs WAVE. This document is built for DTECH LABS
products to include but, not limited to M3-SE-LMR4, M3-PM-LMR4, M3-SE-LMR8, TXC4 w/ TXC-LMR module which,
include the Vocality BASICS 4-WIRE E&M board and a CPU running Twisted Pair’s WAVE software.
General information (how it works!)
Current generic network diagram
WAVE Media
Server
Internal Vocality
BASICS (E&M to IP)
Physical GE
Internal
ETH
172.16.202.122/24
GW 172.16.202.1
Physical Computer
Physical GE
Front ETH
Windows Bridge Interface
172.16.202.123/24
GW 172.16.202.1
1000 foot view, WAVE Media Server / WAVE Client and Vocality BASICS will utilize the following multicast addresses and
ports to pass audio. They will listen and transmit on the multicast addresses listed below.
MC Group 1 - 239.1.1.1:22202
MC Group 2 - 239.1.1.2:22204
MC Group 3 - 239.1.1.3:22206
MC Group 4 - 239.1.1.4:22208
Intended Power-up Process:
1. Connect source power.
2. Connect front ETH cable into your local network. (This interface must be UP for WAVE media service to start!)
3. Power on system.
4. Pre-configured Vocality BASICS board boots up and is waiting for audio. (~15 sec)
5. Pre-configured Windows OS, WAVE Media Service starts. (~2.5 min depending on CPU specs)
Done!
From here you can use WAVE client software to “patch calls” or setup pre-defined conference groups (Management ->
Management Console). An administrator can decide whether to setup “remote patches” and “local patches” to crossband connected radio networks.
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Overall Physical/Logical Flow
Radio1 E&M (PHY) <-> (PHY) BASICS E&M (1:0:1) <-> (SG:1) Multicast Group 1 (IP) <-> “Network” <-> (Chan1) WAVE Client
Radio2 E&M (PHY) <-> (PHY) BASICS E&M (1:0:2) <-> (SG:2) Multicast Group 2 (IP) <-> “Network” <-> (Chan2) WAVE Client
Radio3 E&M (PHY) <-> (PHY) BASICS E&M (1:0:3) <-> (SG:3) Multicast Group 3 (IP) <-> “Network” <-> (Chan3) WAVE Client
Radio4 E&M (PHY) <-> (PHY) BASICS E&M (1:0:4) <-> (SG:4) Multicast Group 4 (IP) <-> “Network” <-> (Chan4) WAVE Client
Important configuration settings for WAVE and corresponding Vocality settings
Access
Host OS Server: VGA, USB keyboard, USB mouse -OR- RDP 172.16.202.123 -OR- VMWare vSphere Client
UN: Administrator PW: M3lmr or Sy5adm-n (if configured by DTECH LABS)
WAVE configuration: http://172.16.202.123/wave
UN: Administrator PW: <blank>
Host OS Windows Server 2008 or 2003 “Bridge Interface” and IP Address Setup
Please navigate to -> Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections
NOTE: The “Bridge Interface” setup is not required on the TXC4.
-
Rename interfaces if you’d like, select the proper interfaces by holding <ctrl> and click. Then “right click” one of
the interfaces and select “Bridge Connections.”
-
Once “Network Bridge” is created edit properties, Set IP address, mask and gateway, optionally set DNS server
address.
When/if you change the static IP address you’ll also need to change the Media Server IP address and restart the media
service if used.
(Media Servers -> Media Servers -> <hostname> -> Network Binding Addresses)
Login to host OS. Navigate to Services.msc (Desktop link or Run -> ‘services.msc’). Restart WAVE Media Server.
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WAVE Setup (Dispatch communicator or Desktop communicator)
Open your favorite web browser and type http://172.16.202.123/wave in the url.
Login User ID: Administrator
Login Password: <blank>
1. Setup a profile.
2. Setup users for client login.
3. Setup channels (ie multicast) settings for client software (Dispatch or Desktop) and BASICS.
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4-8. This is an example of one channel. Please repeat for all 4 channels.
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9. Once all 4 channels are created, commit changes (save changes).
BASICS Multicast configuration settings from factory default
Vocality BASICS (E&M CON): Console 9600, 8N1N
NAVIGATION:
• Press “up arrow” or “<ctrl>+e” to view something. The <enter> key does nothing at the home page.
• Use the <up> and <down> arrows to scroll through the menu options.
• Press <enter> to select an option
• Press <spacebar> to cycle/change an option
• Press <esc> to move back or exit a menu.
• If a change was made on the menu page, Vocality will ask if you want to save. Press “y” to save and exit, press
“n” to NOT save and exit.
• Each time you exit and save a menu page, the changes are immediate and permanent. (the setting change(s) will
take effect and will stay in effect after a power cycle)
SHORTCUTS AND HELPFUL HINTS:
• Press “<ctrl>+e” to return to “home screen” at any point.
• Press “<shift>+D+D+D” (press and hold <shift> then press “d” three times) from the “home screen” to go into a
diagnostics menu, also where you can reboot the Vocality BASICS.
• Press “<ctrl>+r+r+r” from the “home screen” then <y> when prompted to factory reset the Vocality BASICS.
• Press “<ctrl>+t+t” from the “home screen” to enter a TTY mode. In this area you can “paste” a known good
configuration or type “nodename ?<enter>” to execute a configuration dump.
HOW TO REBOOT BASICS VIA CONSOLE:
“<ctrl>+e” = Resets console screen to default Vocality BASICS splash screen.
“<shift>+D+D+D” = Brings up a CLI diagnostics mode
V100 Diagnostic Menus
M = Monitor
F = Flash Loader
R = Connect to Remote
--------------------------------Dbg>Help - Lists User commands
---------------------------------
Press “m”
Dbg>boot
HOW TO TROUBLESHOOT BASICS MULTICAST CALLS:
Diagnostics -> Slots Menu -> Slot 0 -> Logs -> SIP Gateway Log
000d:00h:00m:21s:17 requesting SIP stack start
000d:00h:00m:21s:26 SetStackStarted
5
000d:00h:00m:22s:71
000d:00h:00m:22s:71
000d:00h:00m:22s:71
000d:00h:00m:22s:71
000d:00h:00m:27s:90
000d:00h:10m:43s:50
000d:00h:10m:43s:50
000d:00h:10m:43s:50
000d:00h:10m:43s:50
000d:00h:10m:43s:60
000d:00h:10m:43s:60
000d:00h:10m:43s:60
000d:00h:10m:43s:60
000d:00h:10m:43s:75
000d:00h:10m:43s:75
000d:00h:10m:43s:75
000d:00h:10m:43s:75
000d:00h:11m:16s:75
…
SIPUA001
SIPUA001
SIPUA001
SIPUA001
SIPUA001
SIPUA002
SIPUA002
SIPUA002
SIPUA002
SIPUA003
SIPUA003
SIPUA003
SIPUA003
SIPUA004
SIPUA004
SIPUA004
SIPUA004
SIPUA002
OpenVoiceChan
Open RTP 22202 <->
Joined mcast group
Interface BRG00
start mCallTimer
OpenVoiceChan
Open RTP 22204 <->
Joined mcast group
Interface BRG00
OpenVoiceChan
Open RTP 22206 <->
Joined mcast group
Interface BRG00
OpenVoiceChan
Open RTP 22208 <->
Joined mcast group
Interface BRG00
start mCallTimer
239.1.1.1:22202
239.1.1.1:22202
239.1.1.2:22204
239.1.1.2:22204
239.1.1.3:22206
239.1.1.3:22206
239.1.1.4:22208
239.1.1.4:22208
“<ctrl>+e” to break out of “trace”
BASICS Multicast configuration settings from factory default
Items in BLUE are important
***********************
**** GENERAL SETUP ****
***********************
------------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SYSTEM OPTIONS / SYSTEM ]----------------NODE NAME
: Node1
NODE ID
: 1
CONFIGURATION BY REMOTE : Enabled
REMOTE MGMT ENCRYPT KEY :
COUNTRY
PROGRESS TONES
CONNECTION TIMEOUT
RECEIVE READY FILTER
DATA CHANNEL ACTIVATION
DATA CHANNEL FLAG
TIE-LINE ACTIVATION
ASYNC BUFFER SIZE
JITTER TOLERANCE
LED BRIGHTNESS
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
US
Country
10 seconds
1 seconds
Auto
Always On
Voice Detect:Auto
32 buffers
0 ms
128
ACTIVITY TIMEOUT : 30 seconds
TRIB RETRY DELAY : 10 seconds
BACKUP TIMER
: 40 seconds
FALLBACK TIMER
: 40 seconds
-------------------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / CLOCKING ]------------------------PRIMARY
BACKUP
TERTIARY
GC1 SOURCE TYPE
: Internal
Internal
Internal
SOURCE CLOCK
: ----------------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / IP
ETHERNET MODE
: AUTONEGOTIATE
/ NETWORK ]----------------------
UPLINK
CHANNEL
IP ADDRESS
IP ADDRESS MASK
DEFAULT GATEWAY
MTU
:
:
:
:
:
DNS SERVER
PRIMARY
: 000.000.000.000
SECONDARY
: 000.000.000.000
SNTP
PRIMARY SERVER
SECONDARY SERVER
RETRY TIME
:
:
:
:
UPDATE TIME
: 86400 secs
UPLNK
172.016.202.122
255.255.255.000
172.016.202.001
1514
DISABLED
ntp.vocality.com
pool.ntp.org
60 secs
PASSTHROUGH ENABLED : Yes
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--------------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / IP
/ ACCESS TABLE ]------------------Description
Type
Peer
Mask
Port
Service
(New Entry)
Address 000.000.000.000 000.000.000.000 Any
*************************
**** MULTICAST SETUP ****
*************************
----------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / SYSTEM ]---------------MODE
:
FULLY QUALIFIED DOMAIN NAME :
SIP TRANSPORT
:
RE-REGISTRATION INTERVAL
:
PROTOCOL LOGGING
:
ENABLE RTCP
:
RTCP Interval -multiple of 5:
TIMEOUT CONNECTION ON RTCP :
SRC ADDRESS OVERRIDE
:
IP TOS
:
STUN SERVER ADDRESS
:
STUN SERVER PORT
:
RTP/STUN KEEPALIVE
:
Gateway
UDP
300 seconds
Disabled
Disabled
5 seconds
Disabled
0
3478
Disabled
------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / CHANNEL DETAILS ]----------CHANNEL TO EDIT
DESTINATION
IP TOS
ALGORITHM
SILENCE SUPPRESSION
RTP INACTIVITY THRESHOLD
RTP TX REMOTE ADDR
RTP TX REMOTE PORT
RTP TX LOCAL PORT
RTP RX ADDR
RTP RX LOCAL PORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
COMMON
N/A
b8
G.729 8K
Off
0
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
SIP BYPASS
: Enabled
RESERVED BW : 8000
------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / CHANNEL DETAILS ]----------CHANNEL TO EDIT
DESTINATION
IP TOS
ALGORITHM
SILENCE SUPPRESSION
RTP INACTIVITY THRESHOLD
RTP TX REMOTE ADDR
RTP TX REMOTE PORT
RTP TX LOCAL PORT
RTP RX ADDR
RTP RX LOCAL PORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SG:1
SIP BYPASS : Enabled
1:0:1
b8
G.729 8K
RESERVED BW : 8000
Off
0
239.001.001.001
22202
22202
000.000.000.000
0
------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / CHANNEL DETAILS ]----------CHANNEL TO EDIT
DESTINATION
IP TOS
ALGORITHM
SILENCE SUPPRESSION
RTP INACTIVITY THRESHOLD
RTP TX REMOTE ADDR
RTP TX REMOTE PORT
RTP TX LOCAL PORT
RTP RX ADDR
RTP RX LOCAL PORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SG:2
SIP BYPASS : Enabled
1:0:2
b8
G.729 8K
RESERVED BW : 8000
Off
0
239.001.001.002
22204
22204
000.000.000.000
0
------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / CHANNEL DETAILS ]----------CHANNEL TO EDIT
DESTINATION
IP TOS
ALGORITHM
SILENCE SUPPRESSION
RTP INACTIVITY THRESHOLD
RTP TX REMOTE ADDR
RTP TX REMOTE PORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SG:3
SIP BYPASS : Enabled
1:0:3
b8
G.729 8K
RESERVED BW : 8000
Off
0
239.001.001.003
22206
7
RTP TX LOCAL PORT
RTP RX ADDR
RTP RX LOCAL PORT
: 22206
: 000.000.000.000
: 0
------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / SIP / SIP GATEWAY / CHANNEL DETAILS ]----------CHANNEL TO EDIT
DESTINATION
IP TOS
ALGORITHM
SILENCE SUPPRESSION
RTP INACTIVITY THRESHOLD
RTP TX REMOTE ADDR
RTP TX REMOTE PORT
RTP TX LOCAL PORT
RTP RX ADDR
RTP RX LOCAL PORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
SG:4
SIP BYPASS : Enabled
1:0:4
b8
G.729 8K
RESERVED BW : 8000
Off
0
239.001.001.004
22208
22208
000.000.000.000
0
**********************
**** ANALOG SETUP ****
**********************
--------------[ ADVANCED CONFIG / ANALOGUE VOICE / ANALOGUE PORTS ]------------Clk Op
Chan Ref Mode
0:1 GC1 DTMF
0:2
" DTMF
0:3
" DTMF
0:4
" DTMF
IF
Type
Tie-Line
Tie-Line
Tie-Line
Tie-Line
Algorithm
G.729A 8K
G.729A 8K
G.729A 8K
G.729A 8K
Silence
Suppress
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
Resvd
BW
8000
8000
8000
8000
---Gain--In
Out
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
0dB
8
Destination
1:SG:1
1:SG:2
1:SG:3
1:SG:4
Additional troubleshooting notes.
HOW TO RESTART ‘WAVE MEDIA SERVER’ SERVICE
Open Services.msc (Start -> Run -> ‘services.msc’) or select ‘Services’ shortcut on desktop.
HOW TO CHANGE IP ADDRESS
1. Login to host OS. Reference first page for login information.
Start -> Settings -> Network Connections -> External -> Properties -> Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
2. Change WAVE Media Server Network binding address and ‘Commit’.
http://<new_ip_address>/wave
Media Servers -> Media Servers -> <hostname> -> Network Binding Addresses
3. Restart ‘WAVE Media Server Service’ (see above)
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