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Communication
Reference Manual
Table of Content
1 INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................16
1.1 DOCUMENT OVERVIEW....................................................................................................................16
1.2 PURPOSE........................................................................................................................................16
1.3 AUDIENCE......................................................................................................................................16
2 OVERVIEW....................................................................................................................................17
2.1 COMMAND INTERFACES ...................................................................................................................17
2.2 COMMUNICATION STRUCTURE...........................................................................................................17
2.3 SERIAL BUS COMMUNICATION...........................................................................................................18
2.4 ADDRESSING OF SUB-CODECS/INTERFACES..........................................................................................18
2.5 MAXIMUM SUB CODEC ....................................................................................................................19
2.6 SYSTEM BOOT................................................................................................................................19
3 COMMANDS AND REQUESTS...................................................................................................20
3.1 SYSTEM COMMANDS........................................................................................................................20
3.1.1 Client Request.....................................................................................................................20
3.1.2 System Check.......................................................................................................................20
3.1.3 System Serial Number..........................................................................................................20
3.1.4 System Reboot.....................................................................................................................21
3.1.5 System Name.......................................................................................................................21
3.1.6 System Time.........................................................................................................................21
3.1.7 System Hardware................................................................................................................22
3.1.8 System Software...................................................................................................................24
3.1.9 System Alarm Monitoring....................................................................................................25
3.1.10 System Health Masking.....................................................................................................25
3.1.11 System Health Request (1-4)..............................................................................................26
3.1.12 System Configuration Request (1 – 10)..............................................................................28
3.1.13 System Configuration Request II.......................................................................................31
3.1.14 System Update...................................................................................................................33
3.1.15 Signaling Status of Update................................................................................................34
3.1.16 System Set Update Server Address....................................................................................35
3.1.17 System Server Update........................................................................................................35
3.1.18 System Key Code...............................................................................................................36
3.1.19 System Bios........................................................................................................................36
3.1.20 System Reset......................................................................................................................39
3.1.21 System Audio Interfaces ...................................................................................................39
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3.1.22 System Dial Protection......................................................................................................40
3.1.23 System mode for manual accepted calls ...........................................................................41
3.1.24 System Timezone................................................................................................................42
3.1.24.1 System Timezone Bias................................................................................................42
3.1.24.2 System Timezone Standarddate Year..........................................................................43
3.1.24.3 System Timezone Standarddate Month.......................................................................43
3.1.24.4 System Timezone Standarddate Day of Week............................................................44
3.1.24.5 System Timezone Standarddate Day...........................................................................44
3.1.24.6 System Timezone Standarddate Hour.........................................................................45
3.1.24.7 System Timezone Standarddate Minute......................................................................45
3.1.24.8 System Timezone Standarddate Second......................................................................46
3.1.24.9 System Timezone Standarddate Milliseconds.............................................................46
3.1.24.10 System Timezone Standard Bias...............................................................................46
3.1.24.11 System Timezone Daylightdate Year........................................................................47
3.1.24.12 System Timezone Daylightdate Month.....................................................................47
3.1.24.13 System Timezone Daylightdate Day of Week...........................................................48
3.1.24.14 System Timezone Daylightdate Day.........................................................................48
3.1.24.15 System Timezone Daylightdate Hour.......................................................................49
3.1.24.16 System Timezone Daylightdate Minute....................................................................49
3.1.24.17 System Timezone Daylightdate Second....................................................................50
3.1.24.18 System Timezone Daylightdate Milliseconds...........................................................50
3.1.24.19 System Timezone Daylight Bias...............................................................................50
3.1.24.20 System Timezone Save.............................................................................................51
3.1.24.21 System Frontpanel version........................................................................................51
3.1.24.22 System Audio version...............................................................................................52
3.1.24.23 System Drive Mapping.............................................................................................52
3.2 COMMON COMMANDS......................................................................................................................53
3.2.1 Device Address....................................................................................................................53
3.2.2 CODEC Select.....................................................................................................................53
3.2.3 Centauri Gateway Mode......................................................................................................54
3.2.4 Centauri Backup Mode........................................................................................................54
3.2.5 Centauri Backup Time.........................................................................................................55
3.2.6 Centauri Activate Dual Mode..............................................................................................55
3.2.7 Telecommunication or Network Interface............................................................................56
3.2.8 Connect Centauri to a Remote Unit.....................................................................................57
3.2.8.1 X.21..............................................................................................................................57
3.2.8.2 NET, 3G, WLAN..........................................................................................................57
3.2.8.3 PSTN, ISDN:................................................................................................................58
3.2.8.4 E1..................................................................................................................................59
3.2.8.5 ASI................................................................................................................................59
3.2.8.6 DISK.............................................................................................................................60
3.2.9 Disconnect Centauri............................................................................................................60
3.2.9.1 NET, 3G, WLAN..........................................................................................................60
3.2.9.2 X.21..............................................................................................................................61
3.2.9.3 ISDN, PSTN.................................................................................................................61
3.2.9.4 E1, ASI, DISK .............................................................................................................61
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3.2.10 Centauri Stop Connect ......................................................................................................62
3.2.11 Centauri Auto Connect Mode............................................................................................63
3.2.12 Centauri Auto Interface Mode...........................................................................................63
3.2.13 Centauri RS232 Remote Control Interface Baud Rate.......................................................64
3.2.14 Receive Line/Channel........................................................................................................64
3.2.15 Accept specific incoming call manually.............................................................................65
3.2.16 FEC Auto Mode.................................................................................................................66
3.2.17 AJC Encoder Mode............................................................................................................66
3.2.18 AJC Encoder Time.............................................................................................................67
3.2.19 AJC Decoder Mode...........................................................................................................67
3.2.20 AJC Decoder Time............................................................................................................68
3.2.21 Common LastConnect Table..............................................................................................68
3.2.22 Common LastConnect Table - Index..................................................................................69
3.2.23 Common LastConnect Table - Connect.............................................................................69
3.2.24 Common Route Table........................................................................................................69
3.2.25 Common Route Table – Main Index..................................................................................69
3.2.26 Common Route Table – Sub Index.....................................................................................69
3.2.27 Common Route Table – Route...........................................................................................70
3.2.28 Independent Audio Signalling............................................................................................70
3.2.29 Enable last connect............................................................................................................71
3.2.30 Transmission protocol.......................................................................................................71
3.2.31 Mixer step..........................................................................................................................72
3.2.32 Parallel audio output on analog and digital interface.......................................................72
3.2.33 Asymmetrical RTP on SIP connections..............................................................................73
3.2.34 Error concealment mode...................................................................................................73
3.2.35 Reuse centronics pin CONNECT, FRAMED, ALARM.......................................................73
3.2.35.1 CONNECT pin...........................................................................................................74
3.2.35.2 FRAMED pin..............................................................................................................74
3.2.35.3 ALARM pin................................................................................................................74
3.3 ENCODER COMMANDS......................................................................................................................76
3.3.1 Encoder Available...............................................................................................................76
3.3.2 Encoder Algorithm..............................................................................................................76
3.3.3 Encoder Channel Mode.......................................................................................................78
3.3.4 Encoder Bit Rate.................................................................................................................79
3.3.5 Encoder Actual Bit Rate......................................................................................................79
3.3.6 Encoder Sample Rate..........................................................................................................80
3.3.7 Encoder Bit Stream Format (IMUX)...................................................................................80
3.3.8 Encoder Dependency Mode.................................................................................................81
3.3.9 Encoder Bandwidth.............................................................................................................81
3.3.10 Encoder Audio Input..........................................................................................................83
3.3.11 Encoder Master Volume Left.............................................................................................83
3.3.12 Encoder Master Volume Right...........................................................................................84
3.3.13 Encoder Volume Left.........................................................................................................84
3.3.14 Encoder Volume Right.......................................................................................................85
3.3.15 Encoder Panning Left........................................................................................................85
3.3.16 Encoder Panning Right.....................................................................................................86
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3.3.17 Encoder Monitoring..........................................................................................................86
3.3.18 Encoder Monitor Volume Left...........................................................................................87
3.3.19 Encoder Monitor Volume Right.........................................................................................87
3.3.20 Encoder Monitor Panning Left..........................................................................................88
3.3.21 Encoder Monitor Panning Right........................................................................................88
3.3.22 Encoder Clipping Time .....................................................................................................89
3.3.23 Encoder Clipping Level ....................................................................................................89
3.3.24 Encoder Ancillary Data Mode...........................................................................................90
3.3.25 Encoder CRC-protection...................................................................................................91
3.3.26 Encoder Interlacedmode....................................................................................................93
3.3.27 Encoder Motion Estimation Accuracy...............................................................................93
3.3.28 Encoder High Complexity.................................................................................................94
3.3.29 Encoder Key Frame Period...............................................................................................95
3.3.30 Encoder Scene Cut Detection............................................................................................95
3.3.31 Encoder Vbv Buffer Size....................................................................................................96
3.3.32 Encoder Width...................................................................................................................97
3.3.33 Encoder Height..................................................................................................................97
3.3.34 Encoder Pixel Width..........................................................................................................98
3.3.35 Encoder Pixel Height........................................................................................................98
3.3.36 Encoder stream format......................................................................................................99
3.3.37 Encoder signal format.....................................................................................................100
3.3.38 Encoder Audio Device.....................................................................................................100
3.3.39 Encoder Video Device.....................................................................................................101
3.3.40 Encoder Frame Skip Probability.....................................................................................101
3.3.41 Encoder chain state.........................................................................................................102
3.3.42 Encoder setup..................................................................................................................103
3.3.43 Encoder Resolution.........................................................................................................104
3.3.44 Encoder File Type...........................................................................................................104
3.4 DECODER COMMANDS...................................................................................................................106
3.4.1 Decoder Algorithm............................................................................................................106
3.4.2 Decoder Channel Mode.....................................................................................................106
3.4.3 Decoder Bit Rate...............................................................................................................107
3.4.4 Decoder Actual Bit Rate....................................................................................................107
3.4.5 Decoder Sample Rate........................................................................................................107
3.4.6 Decoder Dependency Mode...............................................................................................108
3.4.7 Decoder Audio Output.......................................................................................................109
3.4.8 Decoder Master Volume Left.............................................................................................109
3.4.9 Decoder Master Volume Right..........................................................................................110
3.4.10 Decoder Volume Left.......................................................................................................110
3.4.11 Decoder Volume Right.....................................................................................................111
3.4.12 Decoder Panning Left......................................................................................................111
3.4.13 Decoder Panning Right...................................................................................................112
3.4.14 Decoder Clipping Time ..................................................................................................112
3.4.15 Decoder Clipping Level ..................................................................................................113
3.4.16 Decoder Ancillary Data Mode.........................................................................................114
3.4.17 Decoder Bit Stream Format ............................................................................................114
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3.4.18 Decoder CRC-protection.................................................................................................115
3.4.19 Decoder Filter.................................................................................................................116
3.4.20 Decoder Width.................................................................................................................117
3.4.21 Decoder Height...............................................................................................................118
3.4.22 Decoder X-Offset.............................................................................................................118
3.4.23 Decoder Y-Offset.............................................................................................................119
3.4.24 Decoder Resizemode.......................................................................................................119
3.4.25 Decoder stream format....................................................................................................120
3.4.26 Decoder Audio Device.....................................................................................................121
3.4.27 Decoder Video Device.....................................................................................................121
3.4.28 Decoder chain state.........................................................................................................122
3.4.29 Decoder setup..................................................................................................................122
3.4.30 Decoder Resolution.........................................................................................................123
3.4.31 Decoder File Type...........................................................................................................124
3.5 ISDN COMMUNICATION COMMANDS...............................................................................................125
3.5.1 ISDN D-Channel Protocol.................................................................................................125
3.5.2 ISDN Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN)........................................................................125
3.5.3 ISDN Service Provider ID (SPID).....................................................................................126
3.5.4 ISDN Predial Number (Call by Call Provider)..................................................................126
3.5.5 ISDN PBX..........................................................................................................................127
3.5.6 ISDN Digit Number for External Calls..............................................................................127
3.5.7 ISDN Redial Time Out.......................................................................................................128
3.5.8 ISDN Redial Attempts........................................................................................................128
3.5.9 ISDN Test Mode................................................................................................................129
3.5.10 ISDN Statistic Info...........................................................................................................129
3.5.11 ISDN Charge Info............................................................................................................130
3.5.12 ISDN Update System Time...............................................................................................130
3.5.13 ISDN Initialization Delay Time for Setup Datagram Transfer........................................131
3.5.14 ISDN G.711 Mode...........................................................................................................131
3.5.15 ISDN G.711 Level Attenuation........................................................................................132
3.5.16 ISDN G.711 Service.........................................................................................................133
3.5.17 ISDN Automatic Layer 1..................................................................................................133
3.5.18 ISDN Service Protection..................................................................................................134
3.5.19 ISDN Connected Time.....................................................................................................135
3.5.20 ISDN national number identification...............................................................................135
3.5.21 ISDN international number identification.......................................................................136
3.6 PSTN COMMANDS.......................................................................................................................137
3.6.1 PSTN PBX.........................................................................................................................137
3.6.2 PSTN Predial Number (Call by Call Provider).................................................................137
3.6.3 PSTN Digit Number for External Calls.............................................................................138
3.6.4 PSTN Redial Time Out......................................................................................................138
3.6.5 PSTN Redial Attempts.......................................................................................................139
3.6.6 PSTN Initialization Delay Time for Setup Datagram Transfer..........................................139
3.6.7 PSTN mode........................................................................................................................140
3.7 X.21 COMMANDS.........................................................................................................................140
3.7.1 X.21 Mode.........................................................................................................................140
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3.7.2 X.21 Clocking....................................................................................................................141
3.7.3 X.21 Protocol Format........................................................................................................143
3.7.4 X.21 Dual Port Mode........................................................................................................143
3.8 E1 COMMANDS............................................................................................................................144
3.8.1 E1-X.21 Bit Rates..............................................................................................................144
3.8.2 E1 Timeslot Assignment.....................................................................................................144
3.8.3 E1 Channel Group Assignment..........................................................................................145
3.8.4 E1 Sync Source..................................................................................................................146
3.8.5 E1 CAS Mode ...................................................................................................................146
3.8.6 E1 CAS Master..................................................................................................................147
3.9 ETHERNET AND IP COMMANDS.......................................................................................................147
3.9.1 IP Address.........................................................................................................................147
3.9.2 IP Subnet Mask .................................................................................................................148
3.9.3 IP Gateway Address..........................................................................................................148
3.9.4 IP Domain Name Server (DNS) Address...........................................................................149
3.9.5 IP SNMP Manager Address...............................................................................................149
3.9.6 IP Address (Network Interface Card #2)...........................................................................150
3.9.7 IP Subnet Mask (Network Interface Card #2)....................................................................150
3.9.8 IP Gateway Address (Network Interface Card #2)............................................................151
3.9.9 IP Domain Name Server (DNS) Address (Network Interface Card #2).............................152
3.9.10 UDP Broadcast Mode.....................................................................................................152
3.9.11 IP Audio Port .................................................................................................................153
3.9.12 IP Network Transfer Rate................................................................................................153
3.9.13 Ethernet Interface Duplex Mode .....................................................................................154
3.9.14 SNMP Trap Version .......................................................................................................155
3.9.15 IP Packet Size..................................................................................................................155
3.9.16 IP Packet size mode.........................................................................................................156
3.9.17 IP Protocol mode.............................................................................................................157
3.9.18 IP Time to Live for TCP..................................................................................................157
3.9.19 IP Time to Live for UDP..................................................................................................158
3.9.20 IP Time to Live for Multicast...........................................................................................158
3.9.21 IP Type of Service for TCP..............................................................................................159
3.9.22 IP Type of Service for UDP.............................................................................................160
3.9.23 IP SAP Talk Address.......................................................................................................161
3.9.24 IP SAP Listen Address.....................................................................................................161
3.9.25 IP SAP Sourcelist............................................................................................................162
3.9.26 IP SAP Transmission Interval..........................................................................................162
3.9.27 IP FTP Service................................................................................................................163
3.9.28 IP NTP Service................................................................................................................163
3.9.29 IP SNMP Service.............................................................................................................164
3.9.30 IP Remote Control Service..............................................................................................164
3.9.31 IP PING Service..............................................................................................................165
3.9.32 IP UDP Service...............................................................................................................165
3.9.33 IP TCP Service................................................................................................................166
3.9.34 IP RTP Service................................................................................................................166
3.9.35 IP HTTP Service..............................................................................................................167
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3.9.36 IP SAP Service.................................................................................................................167
3.9.37 IP RTSP Service..............................................................................................................168
3.9.38 IP RTP Table...................................................................................................................168
3.9.39 IP RTP Table - Object.....................................................................................................168
3.9.40 IP RTP Table – Receiver-SSRC.......................................................................................169
3.9.41 IP RTP Table – Bind........................................................................................................169
3.9.42 IP RTP Table – Lost Packets...........................................................................................170
3.9.43 IP RTP Table – Sequence Errors.....................................................................................170
3.9.44 IP RTP Table – Double Packets......................................................................................171
3.9.45 IP RTP Table – Dropped Packets....................................................................................171
3.9.46 IP RTP Table – Delay Factor..........................................................................................172
3.9.47 IP RTP Table – Jitter.......................................................................................................172
3.9.48 IP RTP Table – Input Bitrate...........................................................................................172
3.9.49 IP RTP Table – Output Bitrate........................................................................................173
3.9.50 IP RTP Table – Name......................................................................................................173
3.9.51 IP RTP Table – Address..................................................................................................174
3.9.52 IP RTP First Receiver SSRC............................................................................................174
3.9.53 IP RTP Next Receiver SSRC............................................................................................175
3.9.54 IP Restart.........................................................................................................................175
3.9.55 IP DHCP service.............................................................................................................176
3.9.56 IP MAC address..............................................................................................................176
3.9.57 IP SMTP Table................................................................................................................176
3.9.58 IP SMTP Table - MainIndex............................................................................................177
3.9.59 IP SMTP Table - SubIndex..............................................................................................177
3.9.60 IP SMTP Table – Server Address....................................................................................177
3.9.61 IP SMTP Table – �TO’ receiver.......................................................................................177
3.9.62 IP SMTP Table – �CC’ receiver......................................................................................178
3.9.63 IP SMTP Table – Sender Name.......................................................................................178
3.9.64 IP SMTP Table – File Attachments.................................................................................179
3.9.65 IP SMTP Send EMail.......................................................................................................179
3.9.66 IP SNMP Table................................................................................................................180
3.9.67 IP SMTP Table - Index....................................................................................................180
3.9.68 IP SMTP Table - Address................................................................................................180
3.9.69 IP SMTP Table - Mask....................................................................................................180
3.9.70 IP SMTP Table - Access..................................................................................................180
3.9.71 IP VLAN (IEEE 802.1Q).................................................................................................181
3.10 AUDIO COMMANDS.....................................................................................................................181
3.10.1 AES Output Clocking Source...........................................................................................181
3.10.2 AES Output Sample Rate.................................................................................................182
3.10.3 ADAT Master Mode.........................................................................................................183
3.10.4 Audio Input Gain.............................................................................................................183
3.10.5 Audio Output Gain..........................................................................................................184
3.10.6 Audio Input Channel........................................................................................................184
3.10.7 Audio Output Channel.....................................................................................................185
3.10.8 Audio Output Delay.........................................................................................................185
3.10.9 Audio Output Delay ISDN...............................................................................................186
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3.10.10 Audio Output Delay NET...............................................................................................187
3.10.11 Audio Output Delay X21................................................................................................187
3.10.12 Audio Detect Level........................................................................................................188
3.10.13 Audio Detect Time.........................................................................................................188
3.10.14 Audio Lost Level............................................................................................................189
3.10.15 Audio Lost Time.............................................................................................................189
3.10.16 Audio Valid....................................................................................................................190
3.10.17 Audiolevel over IP.........................................................................................................190
3.10.18 Multi channel audio level over IP..................................................................................192
3.10.19 C11xx, Sporty and FMII audio level over IP.................................................................192
3.10.20 Audio Inputs..................................................................................................................193
3.10.21 Audio Outputs................................................................................................................193
3.10.22 Audio Input Testsignal...................................................................................................194
3.10.23 Audio Output Testsignal................................................................................................195
3.10.24 Sample rate converter (SRC) mode................................................................................195
3.10.25 Professional mode for AES/EBU output........................................................................196
3.10.26 Audio gain.....................................................................................................................196
3.10.27 Audio input....................................................................................................................197
3.10.28 Audio mic limiter...........................................................................................................198
3.10.29 Audio mic HP filter........................................................................................................198
3.10.30 Audio mic phantom power.............................................................................................199
3.10.31 Audio mic –20dB...........................................................................................................199
3.10.32 Audio line limiter...........................................................................................................200
3.10.33 Audio headphone level...................................................................................................200
3.10.34 Audio headphone source................................................................................................201
3.10.35 AES channel status........................................................................................................202
3.10.36 AES user bits.................................................................................................................202
3.11 PROFILE TABLE COMMANDS.........................................................................................................203
3.11.1 Profile Table Add Profile................................................................................................203
3.11.2 Profile Table Delete Profile.............................................................................................204
3.11.3 Profile Table Delete All Unused Profiles........................................................................204
3.11.4 Profile Table Request Number of valid Profiles..............................................................204
3.11.5 Profile Table Request First Profile..................................................................................205
3.11.6 Profile Table Request Next Profile..................................................................................205
3.11.7 Profile Table Request Profile by Number........................................................................206
3.11.8 Profile Table Execute Profile for Encoder Configuration by Number.............................206
3.11.9 Profile Table Execute Profile for Decoder Configuration by Number.............................207
3.11.10 Alter Profile Name.........................................................................................................207
3.11.11 Alter Profile Algorithm..................................................................................................208
3.11.12 Alter Profile Channel Mode...........................................................................................208
3.11.13 Alter Profile Bit Rate.....................................................................................................209
3.11.14 Alter Profile Sample Rate..............................................................................................209
3.11.15 Alter Profile Bit Stream Format....................................................................................210
3.11.16 Alter Profile Audio Interface.........................................................................................211
3.11.17 Alter Profile Dependency..............................................................................................211
3.11.18 Alter Profile Ancillary Data Format..............................................................................212
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3.11.19 Profile CRC-protection..................................................................................................213
3.11.20 Profile stream format.....................................................................................................214
3.11.21 Profile signal format......................................................................................................214
3.11.22 Profile Resolution..........................................................................................................215
3.11.23 Profile File Type............................................................................................................215
3.11.24 Profile entries................................................................................................................216
3.12 PHONEBOOK COMMANDS..............................................................................................................218
3.12.1 Phonebook Add Entry......................................................................................................218
3.12.2 Phonebook Delete Entry..................................................................................................218
3.12.3 Phonebook Delete All Entries..........................................................................................219
3.12.4 Phonebook Request Number of valid Entries...................................................................219
3.12.5 Phonebook Request First Entry.......................................................................................220
3.12.6 Phonebook Request Next Entry........................................................................................220
3.12.7 Phonebook Request Entry by Number.............................................................................221
3.12.8 Phonebook Execute Entry by Number.............................................................................221
3.12.9 Alter Phonebook Entry Name..........................................................................................222
3.12.10 Alter Phonebook Entry Setting Index.............................................................................222
3.12.11 Alter Phonebook Entry Encoder Index..........................................................................223
3.12.12 Alter Phonebook Entry Decoder Index..........................................................................223
3.12.13 Alter Phonebook Entry Communication Interface.........................................................224
3.12.14 Alter Phonebook Entry Destination Addresses..............................................................224
3.12.15 Phonebook entries.........................................................................................................225
3.13 ANCILLARY DATA COMMANDS......................................................................................................227
3.13.1 Ancillary Data Interface Baud Rate................................................................................227
3.13.2 Ancillary Data Interface Data Bits..................................................................................227
3.13.3 Ancillary Data Interface Parity.......................................................................................228
3.13.4 Ancillary Data Interface Stop Bits...................................................................................228
3.13.5 Ancillary Data Interface Handshake...............................................................................229
3.13.6 Ancillary Data Port.........................................................................................................229
3.14 TTL OUTPUT COMMANDS...........................................................................................................231
3.14.1 Set TTL Output................................................................................................................231
3.14.2 Invert TTL Input and Output............................................................................................231
3.14.3 TTL IO.............................................................................................................................232
3.15 USERNAME PASSWORD COMMANDS................................................................................................233
3.15.1 FTP Username Password Control...................................................................................233
3.15.2 Web Server Username Password Control........................................................................233
3.15.3 TCP/IP Remote Control Username Password.................................................................234
3.15.4 TCP/IP Remote Control Login........................................................................................234
3.15.5 TCP/IP Remote Control Logout......................................................................................235
3.15.6 Frontpanel User Interface Password...............................................................................235
3.16 SIGNALING AND INDICATION MESSAGES..........................................................................................236
3.16.1 Enable or Disable Signaling for a Specified Interface.....................................................236
3.16.2 Decoder Frame Status Indication....................................................................................236
3.16.3 System Alarm Indication..................................................................................................237
3.16.4 System Error Code Indication.........................................................................................238
3.16.5 Audio IN Overload Indication.........................................................................................238
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3.16.6 Audio OUT Overload Indication.....................................................................................239
3.16.7 Communication Connected Indication.............................................................................239
3.16.8 Parameter Change Indication.........................................................................................240
3.16.9 Audio IN Detect Status Change Indication......................................................................241
3.16.10 Audio OUT Detect Status Change Indication................................................................241
3.16.11 Service Indication..........................................................................................................242
3.16.12 ISDN Line Connect Indication.......................................................................................242
3.16.13 Interface Connect Status Change Indication.................................................................243
3.16.14 ISDN Additional Line Required Indication....................................................................244
3.16.15 ISDN Error Indication...................................................................................................244
3.16.16 TTL I/O Status Change Indication.................................................................................244
3.16.17 LED Status Indication...................................................................................................245
3.16.18 Signal Specific Call.......................................................................................................247
3.16.19 Inverting alarm mode....................................................................................................247
3.16.20 Encoder chain info........................................................................................................248
3.16.21 Decoder chain info........................................................................................................248
3.16.22 SIP Info..........................................................................................................................249
3.16.23 RPSU Status Indication.................................................................................................250
3.16.24 3G Status.......................................................................................................................251
3.16.25 BGAN Status..................................................................................................................251
3.17 SNMP TRAP INDICATION FUNCTIONS............................................................................................253
3.17.1 SNMP System Alarm Trap (TRAP_ALARM)...................................................................254
3.17.2 SNMP Audio IN Overload Trap (TRAP_OVERLOAD)...................................................254
3.17.3 SNMP Frame Trap (TRAP_FRAME)..............................................................................254
3.17.4 SNMP Connected Trap (TRAP_CONNECTED)..............................................................254
3.17.5 SNMP Parameter Change Trap (TRAP_CHANGE)........................................................254
3.17.6 SNMP Audio IN Trap (TRAP_AUDIO)...........................................................................254
3.17.7 SNMP Alarm Back Plane Trap (TRAP_ALARMBP).......................................................254
3.17.8 SNMP Alarm E1 Trap (TRAP_ALARME1)......................................................................254
3.17.9 SNMP Video Trap (TRAP_VIDEO).................................................................................255
3.17.10 SNMP Audio OUT Trap (TRAP_AUDOUT)..................................................................255
3.17.11 SNMP Audio OUT Overload Trap (TRAP_ OVEROUT)...............................................255
3.17.12 SNMP System Lock Trap (TRAP_ LOCK).....................................................................255
3.17.13 SNMP Alarm PSU (TRAP_ALARMPSU).......................................................................255
3.17.14 SNMP Synch Trap (TRAP_SYNCH)..............................................................................255
3.17.15 SNMP Service Trap (TRAP_SERVICE).........................................................................255
3.17.16 SNMP RPSU Trap (TRAP_RPSU).................................................................................255
3.17.17 SNMP Connecting Trap (TRAP_CONNECTING).........................................................256
3.17.18 SNMP Sequence Trap (TRAP_SEQUENCE).................................................................256
3.18 TIMEOUT CONTROL COMMANDS....................................................................................................256
3.18.1 Connect Timeout..............................................................................................................256
3.18.2 G.722 Detection Timeout.................................................................................................257
3.18.3 Remote control timeout....................................................................................................258
3.19 EVENT ACTION PROGRAMMING.....................................................................................................259
3.19.1 What are Events?.............................................................................................................259
3.19.2 What are Actions?...........................................................................................................259
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3.19.3 Connecting Events and Actions.......................................................................................260
3.19.4 Program Action Command..............................................................................................261
3.19.5 Read Action Command....................................................................................................262
3.19.6 List all Action Files.........................................................................................................262
3.19.7 Delete Action Programs..................................................................................................262
3.19.8 Set Event Condition.........................................................................................................263
3.19.9 Reset Event Condition.....................................................................................................264
3.19.10 Get Event Condition......................................................................................................265
3.19.11 Save Event Condition.....................................................................................................265
3.19.12 Load Event Condition....................................................................................................266
3.19.13 Event Mode....................................................................................................................266
3.20 INTERNAL COMMANDS.................................................................................................................268
3.20.1 UDP-Commands.............................................................................................................268
3.20.1.1 Sending Identification...............................................................................................268
3.20.1.2 Sending Level Information.......................................................................................268
3.21 CENTAURI 3500 BACKPLANE COMMANDS......................................................................................269
3.21.1 Request fan status............................................................................................................269
3.21.2 Backplane Audio Interfaces.............................................................................................270
3.21.3 Centauri Firmware information......................................................................................270
3.21.4 Fan rotation information.................................................................................................271
3.21.5 Fan rotation monitoring..................................................................................................271
3.22 VIDEO COMMANDS......................................................................................................................273
3.22.1 Choosing the video input.................................................................................................273
3.22.2 Setting the brightness of the video...................................................................................273
3.22.3 Setting the contrast of the video.......................................................................................274
3.22.4 Setting the share of red of the video.................................................................................274
3.22.5 Setting the share of blue of the video...............................................................................275
3.22.6 Setting the share of saturation of the video......................................................................275
3.22.7 Setting the Capture Field Order......................................................................................276
3.22.8 Setting the video format...................................................................................................276
3.22.9 Setting the chrominance hue control ..............................................................................277
3.22.10 Setting the share of blue of the video out.......................................................................277
3.22.11 Setting the share of red of the video out.........................................................................278
3.22.12 Getting video valid........................................................................................................278
3.22.13 Setting the video out black level....................................................................................279
3.22.14 Setting the video out blanking level...............................................................................279
3.22.15 Setting the video out sync..............................................................................................280
3.22.16 Setting the Playback Field Order..................................................................................280
3.22.17 Setting the Video Output................................................................................................281
3.22.18 Setting the Video X Offset..............................................................................................281
3.22.19 Setting the Video Y Offset..............................................................................................282
3.22.20 Video Inputs...................................................................................................................282
3.22.21 Video Outputs................................................................................................................283
3.22.22 Setting a Video Input Testsignal....................................................................................283
3.22.23 Setting a Video Onput Testsignal...................................................................................284
3.22.24 Setting an Inputlogo......................................................................................................285
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3.22.25 Setting an Outputlogo....................................................................................................285
3.23 FRONTPANEL COMMANDS.............................................................................................................287
3.23.1 Contrast...........................................................................................................................287
3.23.2 Backlight.........................................................................................................................287
3.23.3 Programming Mode.........................................................................................................288
3.23.4 Push Key..........................................................................................................................288
3.23.5 Language.........................................................................................................................289
3.23.6 Levelmeter Mode.............................................................................................................289
3.23.7 Levelmeter Brightness.....................................................................................................290
3.23.8 Status Brightness.............................................................................................................290
3.23.9 Backlight Brightness........................................................................................................291
3.23.10 Start up device with expert dialog.................................................................................291
3.24 MIXER AND MULTI CHANNEL AUDIO COMMANDS..............................................................................292
3.24.1 Storing mixer configuration.............................................................................................292
3.24.2 Loading mixer configuration...........................................................................................292
3.24.3 Deleting mixer configuration...........................................................................................292
3.24.4 Showing existing mixer configurations............................................................................293
3.24.5 Mastervolume..................................................................................................................294
3.24.6 Volume.............................................................................................................................295
3.24.6.1 MerkII.......................................................................................................................295
3.24.6.2 FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV..............................................................295
3.24.7 Panning...........................................................................................................................296
3.24.7.1 Merk II......................................................................................................................296
3.24.7.2 FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV..............................................................297
3.24.8 Line Mix..........................................................................................................................298
3.24.8.1 MERK II...................................................................................................................298
3.24.8.2 FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV..............................................................298
3.24.9 Mixer mode......................................................................................................................299
3.25 SESSION COMMANDS....................................................................................................................300
3.25.1 Session index number......................................................................................................300
3.25.2 Session mode...................................................................................................................300
3.25.3 Session destination index number....................................................................................301
3.25.4 Session destination..........................................................................................................301
3.25.5 Session connect................................................................................................................302
3.25.6 Session disconnect...........................................................................................................302
3.26 SIP COMMANDS..........................................................................................................................303
3.26.1 Global SIP Proxy.............................................................................................................303
3.26.2 STUN Server....................................................................................................................304
3.26.3 SIP Redial Attempts.........................................................................................................304
3.26.4 SIP Registration-ID.........................................................................................................305
3.26.5 SIP Registration Active....................................................................................................305
3.26.6 SIP Registrar...................................................................................................................306
3.26.7 SIP username...................................................................................................................306
3.26.8 SIP password...................................................................................................................307
3.26.9 SIP phonenumber............................................................................................................307
3.26.10 SIP Registration Status..................................................................................................308
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3.27 3G COMMANDS...........................................................................................................................308
3.27.1 PIN Number.....................................................................................................................308
3.27.2 APN.................................................................................................................................309
3.27.3 Mode................................................................................................................................309
3.27.4 Domain............................................................................................................................310
3.27.5 Frequency Band..............................................................................................................311
3.27.6 Username........................................................................................................................311
3.27.7 Password.........................................................................................................................312
3.28 SETTING COMMANDS....................................................................................................................312
3.28.1 Setting configuration type................................................................................................312
3.28.2 Setting configuration index..............................................................................................313
3.28.3 Setting configuration name..............................................................................................313
3.28.4 Load Setting.....................................................................................................................314
3.28.5 Save Setting.....................................................................................................................314
3.28.6 Used Settings...................................................................................................................315
3.28.7 Actual settings.................................................................................................................315
3.28.8 Load complete settings....................................................................................................315
3.28.9 Save complete settings.....................................................................................................316
3.29 WLAN......................................................................................................................................316
3.29.1 SSID................................................................................................................................316
3.29.2 Key..................................................................................................................................317
3.29.3 Encryption.......................................................................................................................317
3.29.4 Station name....................................................................................................................318
3.30 RPSU........................................................................................................................................319
3.30.1 Available.........................................................................................................................319
3.30.2 Power on.........................................................................................................................319
3.30.3 Fuse OK..........................................................................................................................320
3.30.4 Output Voltage................................................................................................................320
3.30.5 Output Current................................................................................................................320
3.30.6 Fan1................................................................................................................................321
3.30.7 Fan2................................................................................................................................321
3.30.8 Temperature 1.................................................................................................................321
3.30.9 Type 1..............................................................................................................................322
3.30.10 Type 2............................................................................................................................322
3.30.11 PSU Voltage 1...............................................................................................................322
3.30.12 PSU Voltage 2...............................................................................................................323
3.30.13 PSU Serial number........................................................................................................323
3.31 BGAN.......................................................................................................................................323
3.31.1 BGAN Mode....................................................................................................................324
3.31.2 BGAN PIN.......................................................................................................................324
3.31.3 BGAN APN......................................................................................................................325
3.31.4 BGAN Username.............................................................................................................325
3.31.5 BGAN Password..............................................................................................................325
4 AVAILABLE ENCODER AND DECODER SETTINGS..........................................................327
4.1 BIT RATES FOR CODED AUDIO (BIT/S)............................................................................................327
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4.2 MODE.........................................................................................................................................328
5 ERROR CODES............................................................................................................................332
6 DEVICE ERROR CODES............................................................................................................333
7 IP PORTS.......................................................................................................................................334
8 FACTORY DEFAULT PARAMETER OF THE DIFFERENT GROUPS..............................339
8.1 SYSTEM GROUP ...........................................................................................................................339
8.2 ENCODER GROUP .........................................................................................................................339
8.3 DECODER GROUP .........................................................................................................................339
8.4 ISDN GROUP..............................................................................................................................340
8.5 AUDIO GROUP..............................................................................................................................340
8.6 IP GROUP ...................................................................................................................................341
8.7 X.21 GROUP ..............................................................................................................................342
8.8 COMMON GROUP .........................................................................................................................342
8.9 ANCILLARY DATA GROUP .............................................................................................................342
8.10 TIMEOUTS GROUP ......................................................................................................................342
9 ABBREVIATIONS IN LOG FILES............................................................................................343
10 APT-X SAMPLE RATES...........................................................................................................345
11 SYSTEM FILES..........................................................................................................................352
11.1 PHONEBOOK FILES.......................................................................................................................352
11.1.1 Phonebook file (phone.dat)..............................................................................................352
11.1.2 Profile file (profile.dat)....................................................................................................352
11.2 LOG FILES..................................................................................................................................352
11.2.1 Actual log file (logact.txt)................................................................................................352
11.2.2 Actual log file (logold.txt)................................................................................................352
11.3 CONFIGURATION FILES..................................................................................................................352
11.3.1 Mayah.dat........................................................................................................................352
11.3.2 Video2.dat.......................................................................................................................353
11.3.3 Flashy2.dat......................................................................................................................353
11.3.4 timezone.dat.....................................................................................................................353
11.3.5 Backplan.dat....................................................................................................................353
11.3.6 E1Cfg.dat.........................................................................................................................353
11.3.7 mixer.dat..........................................................................................................................353
11.3.8 merkII.dat........................................................................................................................353
11.3.9 system.dat........................................................................................................................353
11.3.10 encoder.dat....................................................................................................................353
11.3.11 decoder.dat....................................................................................................................353
11.3.12 isdn.dat..........................................................................................................................353
11.3.13 x21.dat...........................................................................................................................353
11.3.14 Audio.dat.......................................................................................................................354
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11.3.15 IPport.dat......................................................................................................................354
11.3.16 IPdev.dat.......................................................................................................................354
11.3.17 IPcod.dat.......................................................................................................................354
11.3.18 IPcfg2.dat......................................................................................................................354
11.3.19 Audiodev.dat..................................................................................................................354
11.3.20 ComCod.dat...................................................................................................................354
11.3.21 Com.dat.........................................................................................................................354
11.3.22 FRONTPNL.DAT...........................................................................................................354
11.3.23 Sporty.dat......................................................................................................................354
11.3.24 UMTS.dat......................................................................................................................354
11.3.25 Settings.dat....................................................................................................................355
11.3.26 storage.dat.....................................................................................................................355
11.3.27 C11xx.dat.......................................................................................................................355
11.3.28 PSTN.dat.......................................................................................................................355
11.3.29 Connection.dat..............................................................................................................355
11.3.30 Extern.dat......................................................................................................................355
11.3.31 session.dat.....................................................................................................................355
11.3.32 conphone.dat.................................................................................................................355
11.3.33 wlan.dat.........................................................................................................................355
11.3.34 smtp.dat.........................................................................................................................355
11.3.35 snmp.dat........................................................................................................................355
11.3.36 bgan.dat.........................................................................................................................356
11.3.37 ftpclient.dat....................................................................................................................356
11.3.38 ntp.ini............................................................................................................................356
11.3.39 last.mix..........................................................................................................................356
1
1.1
Introduction
Document Overview
This document describes the remote command language for the Centauri Gateway family of
CODECS. It also describes all the possible commands, status requests and the meaning of the
resulting replies.
1.2
Purpose
The main purpose of this document is to define and file all remote commands the Centauri is able to
follow and to describe the format of the different status replies.
1.3
Audience
The Communication Reference Manual is intended for control software developers who wants to
develop software to manage one or more Centauri Gateways.
Other Telecom engineers can also use this manual as a reference for controlling the
Centauris using direct commands such as with a Telnet terminal program.
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Overview
2.1
Command Interfaces
The Centauri Gateways have three different command interfaces each of which may be used to
control the unit:
•
RS232C serial interface. This can be used as a direct link or in a daisy chain mode in
which several units are controlled over one wire.
•
ISDN interface. This is an optional interface that may be used for remote control only if the
ISDN option has been installed.
•
Ethernet network interface.
пЃ±
Telnet compatible TCP/IP-based dialog protocol.
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). The access
syntax for Centauri SNMP is described in the document entitled MIB table (...).If there is a
SNMP command existing according to the Centauri command, its SNMP-OID is indicated.
пЃ±
HTTP (hypertext transport protocol). The HTTP implementation is
for internal LAN use only and supports the WWW remote control interface stored on the
flash ram of the Centauri. The HTTP interface is activated by entering the IP address for
the Centauri as a URL in the address line of an Internet browser tool (e.g.
"http://10.0.0.10").
пЃ±
2.2
Communication Structure
All Centauri Gateway commands whether over RS232, ISDN or TCP/IP (Telnet Interface) use the
same syntax.
After establishing a connection over one of the interfaces the Centauri always returns its IP address as
an input prompt ("10.0.0.10>").
The Centauri then waits for a command in a readable ASCII syntax. The first part of the command
describes the command group (e.g. system commands = "sys"), followed by an underscore as a
separator. The second part describes the actual command (e.g. "serial" to request the serial
number of the unit). The command is followed by one or more parameters or a question mark, if it is
an information request.
Entering CR/LF (ASCII $0D/ $0A) completes the command sequence. The Centauri will then
answer by repeating the command.
If the command sets one or more parameters and the command was completed successfully, the
Centauri will add an "OK" to the response.
If an error occurred, the Centauri will send "ERROR" followed by an error number (see Appendix 1.1
and Appendix 1.2).
If the command was a status request, the Centauri will send the requested parameter.
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Example 1:
Parameter request
If the Centauri receives the sequence
sys_name ?
The Centauri will answer repeating the request, followed by the requested parameter,
here the device name, followed by <carriage return> and <line feed>, followed by its
IP address.
sys_name ?: CENTAURI NAME
10.0.0.10>
Example 2:
Set parameter
To set the device name, the following sequence is used
sys_name NEWNAME
The Centauri will answer
sys_name NEWNAME: ok
10.0.0.10>
2.3
Serial Bus Communication
If more then one Centauri Gateway is to be controlled over a serial RS232 interface, they can be
connected one after another in a daisy chain.
The transmission contact of the first unit is connected to the receive contact of the second unit and so
on.
To identify a unit in the chain, every command has to start with the IP address of the unit being
commanded, followed by a "#". Because the reply then also starts with the IP address of the
transmitting unit the command software will be able to identify the answering Centauri.
2.4
Addressing of Sub-Codecs/Interfaces
If there is more than one codec or interface available, the addressing of a special sub-codec/interface
is to be controlled by an additional parameter. To identify a special sub-codec/interface in a Centauri,
every command has to start with the CODEC-no or interface-no, followed by a " $".
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2.5
Maximum sub codec
EACH DEVICES HAS A SPECIFIED MAXIMUM SUB CODEC COUNT.
2.6
System Boot
After booting, the Centauri Gateway automatically activates the serial number request command so it
reports its IP address and the serial number of the unit over the RS232 interface. If a Centauri is being
controlled over the Ethernet network connection, then at boot time the unit generates a UDP broadcast
datagram containing the unit’s IP address and the unit’s name. The exact formats of these datagrams
are described in the system- and IP sections.
Note: As of Centauri software version 2.0.0.41 it is possible to generate a sys_reset common with
connecting pin 2 (receive) and pin 3 (transmit) of the RS232 remote control interface (e.g. with a screw
driver) during the boot process.
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3 Commands and Requests
This section describes all commands and requests that the Centauri Gateway is able to interpret.
3.1
System Commands
The following commands and requests are used to control the Gateway’s system parameters.
3.1.1
Client Request
Command to request every participant on a daisy chain bus structure to answer with its IP address.
The command forces the connected Centauris to append its IP address.
Syntax:
sys_ping
Response:
sys_ping [#IPaddress Unit 1][CR][LF]...[#IPaddress unit n][CR][LF]>
3.1.2
System Check
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.21
Command to start the Centauri’s system check procedure. The status of power supply, temperature
sensors, fan control etc. is checked. If any errors are detected, the error codes are reported in the
command response.
For error code details see appendix a and appendix b.
Syntax:
sys_check
Response:
sys_check ?: [errorcodes][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.3
System Serial Number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.1
Command to request the unit’s serial number.
Syntax:
sys_serial
Response:
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sys_serial ?: [serial number][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.4
System Reboot
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.22
Command to reboot the unit.
Syntax:
sys_reboot
Response:
sys_reboot ok: [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.5
System Name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.2
Command to set and get the name of the Centauri. Every Centauri has an individual name that is
transmitted to a remote Centauri during connection set up.
Syntax:
sys_name <param1>
Parameter::
Param1: [system name, ?]
Response:
-
set name
sys_name [system name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request name
sys_name ?: [system name][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_name [system name]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.6
System Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.3
Command to set and get the Centauri’s system time. Every Centauri has an internal clock used for
time tagging the event logs.
This clock is automatically synchronized to the ISDN network clock, if available.
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The clock can also be set by command.
Syntax:
sys_time <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [date/time, ?] (format: dd.mm.yyyy/hh:mm:ss)
the Centauri expects a 4 digit year
Response:
-
set date time
sys_time [system time]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request date time
sys_time ?: [system time][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_time [system time]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.7
System Hardware
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.4
Command to request the Centauri type and the number of installed hardware interfaces.
The informations about hardware interfaces are obsolete. SNMP or remote commands base on
SNMP-OID should be used instead.
The Centauri answers with a 16 digit hex code.
Syntax:
sys_hardware
Response:
-
request hardware
sys_hardware ?: [hardware information][CR][LF][IP address]>
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DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1
Number of video interface cards
2
Number of network interface cards (NICs)
3, 4
5–8
9
10 – 11
Number of ISDN channels
MAYAH type (e.g. $0BB9 = 3001)
OEM/design info **
Number of encoder/decoder interfaces
12
Audio interfaces *
13
Other interfaces ****
14
LCD panel ***
15
Number of X.21 interface cards
16
Number of flash memories
Table 1-3: Hardware information
*) Audio Interfaces
Unknown
Analog / 2-channel
Digital / 12-channel
Digital / 26-channel
Digital / 4/8-channel or iO Interface
Value
0
1
2
4
8
If there is more than 1 audio interface installed, the value stored in digit 12 is derived from
the sum of the values of the used interfaces.
**) OEM/design info
Centauri
Millennium
APT Tokyo
APT Chicago
ATA-Audio
SatCom
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
***) LCD Panel
Frontpanel/User interface
Headphone
USB Modul
TTL IO Modul
Bit
0
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2
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3.1.8
System Software
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.5
The Centauri software consists of several modules and drivers. Each module has version information
that can be requested using this command. Every version identifier is divided into four sections (major
and minor version, release and build); each is represented by a 2 digit hex code.
Syntax:
sys_software
Response:
-
request software
sys_software ?: [software versions][CR][LF][IP address]>
INDEX
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1
1–8
Centauri Software version (e.g. 01.01.00.36)
2
9 – 16
Real time Kernel version
(RTT32DLL)
3
17 – 24
IP Protocol Stack
(RTIPDLL)
4
25 – 32
ISDN CAPI Stack
(ISDNDLL)
5
33 – 40
USB Stack
(USBStack)
6
41 – 48
Sample rate converter
7
49 – 56
AAC (MPEG2, MPEG4, HE) Codec
8
57 – 64
J.17 De-emphasis
(SRC)
*
(MayahC01)
(J17)
*
9
65 – 72
AAC (LD) Codec
10
73 – 80
MPEG Layer 2 Codec
(MayahC04)
11
81 – 88
MPEG Layer 3 Codec
(MayahC05)
12
89 – 96
MPEG Layer 3 PRO Codec
(MayahC06)
13
97 – 104 APT-X Codec
14
105 – 112 ADPCM4SB Codec
15
113 – 120 AAC (DRM) Codec
*
16
121 – 128 MPEG-4 Video ASP
()
17
129 – 136 MPEG TS codec
(mpegts)
18
137 – 144 FEC
(FEC)
...
... - ...
(MayahC03)
(aptx100)
(Cod4SB)
(MayahC07)
Space for new DLL versions
Table 4: Software versions
) For different AAC-algorithms see table 27
*
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3.1.9
System Alarm Monitoring
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.23
Command to set and get the system alarm-monitoring mode. Active and passive starts the alarm
monitoring, no stops the alarm monitoring.
Syntax:
sys_monitoring <Param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [active, passive, no, ?]
Response:
-
set monitoring
sys_monitoring <Param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request monitoring
sys_monitoring ?: [monitoring mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_monitoring <Param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.10 System Health Masking
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.27 (from version 1.1.0.91)
Every Centauri unit has several technical parameters which are continuously monitored. If any of
these parameters runs out of range, the red alarm LED is turned on and an alarm datagram is
generated.
The health masking command may be used to enable and disable this alarm behavior for certain
parameters.
Syntax:
sys_healthmask <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [32 bit binary mask, ?]
(the Centauri expects the binary mask as a
hex code)
Response:
-
set healthmask
sys_healthmask [healthmask]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request healthmask
sys_healthmask ?: $[healthmask][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_healthmask [healthmask]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
BIT
SPECIFICATION
DEFAULT
0
CPU Core-Voltage alarm
0
1
+3,3-Voltage alarm
0
2
+5,0-Voltage alarm
0
3
+12,0-Voltage alarm
0
4
-5,0-Voltage alarm
0
5
-12,0-Voltage alarm
0
6
Unused
0
7
Unused
0
8
CPU-Fan alarm
1
9
Power-Fan alarm
0
10
Chassis-Fan alarm
11
Unused
0
12
CPU-Temperature alarm
1
13
System-Temperature alarm
1
Unused
0
reserved, read-only, always reads 1
1
14 – 30
31
1*
0**
Table 5: Healthmask
*) default Centauri 200x, 300x, 400x
**) default Centauri 350x, 3002, 3020
3.1.11 System Health Request (1-4)
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The values of the above mentioned technical parameters can be requested using the following three
commands. The responses are always hex coded two or four digit values as described in the following
tables.
Syntax:
sys_health[x]
(where x can be "1" to "4")
Response:
-
request health
sys_health1 ?: [health1 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1, 2
Temperature4 (not used)
3, 4
Temperature3 (Battery temperature)
5, 6
Temperature2 (Case temperature)
7, 8
Temperature1 (CPU temperature)
9, 10
Fan4 (not used)
11, 12
Fan3 (Case Fan) in 100 RPM
13, 14
Fan2 (Power Supply Fan) in 100 RPM (not installed)
15, 16
Fan1 (CPU Fan) in 100 RPM
-
sys_health2 ?: [health2 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
V4 (+12V voltage) in mV
5–8
V3 (+5V voltage) in mV
9 – 12
13 – 16
-
V2 (+3,3V voltage) in mV
V1 (+2,2V core voltage) in mV
sys_health3 ?: [health3 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
1–4
V8 (not used)
5–8
V7 (not used)
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13 – 16
-
SPECIFICATION
V5 (-5V voltage) in mV (absolute)
sys_health4 ?: [health4 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1,2
Fan1 (CPU Fan) divisor
3,4
Fan2 (Power Supply Fan) divisor
5,6
Fan3 (Case Fan) divisor
7,8
Fan4 (not used) divisor
9
10,11
Power mode (Undefined, External, Battery&External,
Battery)
Percentage of battery
12,13,14,15 Remaining time of battery in minutes
16
reserved
Table 6-9: Health values
3.1.12 System Configuration Request (1 – 10)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.9 .. 18
The system configuration request commands return vendor and product information about the build-in
hardware, number and size of the installed random access memory, processor clock rate and total and
available space on the installed flash memory or hard disk drives. The responses are always hex
coded four or eight digit values as described in the tables below. The command sys_config[x]
only returns information about Centauri-specific devices like audio- or network cards, whereas the
command sys_devices, described within the next chapter, returns all.
Syntax:
sys_config[x]
(where x can be "1" to "A")
Response:
-
request config
sys_config1 ?: [config1 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
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DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
5–8
Interface 2 Vendor ID
9 – 12
Interface 1 Product ID
13 – 16
Interface 1 Vendor ID
-
request config
sys_config2 ?: [config2 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
Interface 4 Product ID
5–8
Interface 4 Vendor ID
9 – 12
Interface 3 Product ID
13 – 16
Interface 3 Vendor ID
-
request config
sys_config3 ?: [config3 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
Interface 6 Product ID
5–8
Interface 6 Vendor ID
9 – 12
Interface 5 Product ID
13 – 16
Interface 5 Vendor ID
-
request config
sys_config4 ?: [config4 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
Interface 8 Product ID
5–8
Interface 8 Vendor ID
9 – 12
Interface 7 Product ID
13 – 16
Interface 7 Vendor ID
-
request config
sys_config5 ?: [config5 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
Interface 10 Product ID
5–8
Interface 10 Vendor ID
9 – 12
Interface 9 Product ID
13 – 16
Interface 9 Vendor ID
-
request config
sys_config6 ?: [config6 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
1–4
Memory at MemBank 3 in MByte
5–8
Memory at MemBank 2 in MByte
9 – 12
Memory at MemBank 1 in MByte
13 – 16
Processor clock rate in MHz
-
request config
sys_config7 ?: [config7 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
1–8
9 – 16
SPECIFICATION
Available capacity on drive 1 (C:\) in kByte
Total capacity on drive 1 (C:\) in kByte
-
request config
sys_config8 ?: [config8 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
1–8
9 – 16
SPECIFICATION
Available capacity on drive 2 (D:\) in kByte
Total capacity on drive 2 (D:\) in kByte
-
request config
sys_config9 ?: [config9 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
DIGIT
1–8
9 – 16
SPECIFICATION
Available capacity on drive 3 (E:\) in kByte
Total capacity on drive 3 (E:\) in kByte
-
request config
sys_configA ?: [configA value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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DIGIT
1–8
9 – 16
SPECIFICATION
Available capacity on drive 4 (F:\) in kByte
Total capacity on drive 4 (F:\) in kByte
Table 10-18: System configuration values I
3.1.13 System Configuration Request II
The system configuration request commands return vendor and product information about the build-in
hardware, number and size of the installed random access memory, processor clock rate and total and
available space on the installed flash memory or hard disk drives. The responses are always hex
coded four or eight digit values as described in the tables below. The command sys_devices
returns information about all used interfaces, whereas sys_config[x], described within the
previous chapter only returns information about Centauri-specific devices like audio- or network cards.
Syntax:
sys_devices <param1>
Response:
-
request config
sys_devices ?: [config1 value][CR][LF][IP address]>
The following table shows a list of used vendor and product IDs.
VENDOR ID
Rev.:
PRODUCT ID
PRODUCT
$1050
$6692
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 1BRI
$1050
$6693
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 4BRI
$1050
$6694
Mayah 9052 PCI Interface Card, X.21 (1 port)
$109E
$036E
LeadTec
$109F
$036E
Falcon
$10B5
$9050
Mayah 9052 PCI Interface Card, X.21 (2 ports)
$10EC
$8139
Realtek 8139 NIC 10/100 MBit RJ45
$10EE
$3FC4
Mayah PCI Audio Controller, analog
$10EE
$3FC5
Mayah PCI Audio Controller, analog + digital
$1106
$0305
Via VT8363 Host Bridge
$1106
$0571
Via VT IDE Controller
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VENDOR ID
Rev.:
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PRODUCT
$1050
$6692
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 1BRI
$1050
$6693
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 4BRI
$1050
$6694
Mayah 9052 PCI Interface Card, X.21 (1 port)
$1106
$0596
Via VT82C596 PCI to ISA Bridge
$1106
$0597
Via VT82C598MVP Host Bridge
$1106
$0686
Via VT82C686A PCI to ISA Bridge
$1106
$3038
Via VT-USB Controller
$1106
$3043
Via VT86C100A Fast Ethernet Adapter
$1106
$3057
Via VT82C686A-Power Management
$1106
$3058
Via VT82C686A-AC97/MC97 CODECs
$1106
$3065
Via PCI 10/100Mb Fast Ethernet Adapter
$1106
$3104
Via USB 2.0
$1106
$3106
Via VT86C100A Fast Ethernet Adapter
$1106
$3122
Via VT8623 integrated CastleRock graphics
$1106
$3123
Via VT8623 ??
$1106
$3177
Via ISA Bridge
$1106
$8391
Via VT8363 PCI to PCI Bridge
$1106
$8598
Via VT82C598MVP PCI to PCI Bridge
$1106
$B091
Via VT8633 Apollo AGP
$110A
$2102
Siemens E1/T1 Controller, DSCC4 based
$1113
$1211
SMC 1211 NIC, 10/100 Mbit, RJ45
$1186
$1002
D-Link DFE-550FX, Ethernet Controller, 100MBit, optical
$1234
$5678
Audio Controller, 26 Channel digital
$1397
$08B4
Cologne ISDN-Controller
$1A0E
$0069
DEKTEC DTA-105 (2x ASI out)
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VENDOR ID
PRODUCT ID
PRODUCT
$1050
$6692
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 1BRI
$1050
$6693
Mayah PCI ISDN Interface Card, 4BRI
$1050
$6694
Mayah 9052 PCI Interface Card, X.21 (1 port)
$5349
$4156
Aurora Pipe PLUS (Video analog card)
$5349
$4157
Aurora Pipe SDI (Video digital card)
$8086
$1019
Intel 82559 Ethernet Controller
$8086
$244E
Intel 82801 PCI Bridge
$8086
$24D0
Intel 82801 LPC Interface Bridge
$8086
$24D2
Intel 82801 USB UHCI Controller #1
$8086
$24D3
Intel 82801 SMBus Controller
$8086
$24D4
Intel 82801 USB UHCI Controller #2
$8086
$24D7
Intel 82801 USB UHCI Controller #3
$8086
$24DB
Intel 82801 DIE Controller
$8086
$24DE
Intel 82801 USB UHCI Controller #4
$8086
$2570
Intel 82865 DRAM Controller/Host-Hub Interface
$8086
$2572
Intel 82865 Integrated Graphics Device
$8086
$2573
Intel 82865 PCI to CSA Bridge
Table 19-20: System configuration values II
3.1.14 System Update
Command to transfer an update file to the Gateway over the command interface. The first parameter is
size of the update file in bytes. After a <carriage return> the file is transmitted as a byte sequence.
This command corresponds to the common command com_update.
Syntax:
sys_update <filesize of update file>[CR]<update file>
Response:
-
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error
[IP address]#sys_update [err no] [CR] [LF] [IP address]>
3.1.15 Signaling Status of Update
This command indicates the status of the update process initiated by the command sys_update
which is described within the chapter before (chap. 4.1.14).
Syntax:
sys_updatestatus <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [value] (Integer)
Message Format:
update status
sys_updatestatus [update status] [CR][LF][IP address]>
VALUE
1..100
10000
10001
10002
20000
20001
20002
-1
-2
-3
-4
-5
-6
-7
-8
-9
- 10
- 11
- 12
- 13
- 14
-100
-101
-102
-103
-104
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Status of progress in %
No versions available
No newer version available
Disk error
Update in progress
File transfer failed
Update ok -> Rebooting
RT_BDISK_OUT_OF_MEM
RT_BDISK_INVALID_RTB
RT_BDISK_ERROR_OPEN_DEVICE
RT_BDISK_NO_BOOT_CODE
RT_BDISK_ERROR_CREATING_RTA
RT_BDISK_NOT_CONTIGUOUS
RT_BDISK_INVALID_SECTOR_SIZE
RT_BDISK_ERROR_WRITE_BOOT_SECTOR
RT_BDISK_OLD_RTB
RT_BDISK_INVALID_BOOT_CODE
RT_BDISK_RTB_NOT_FOUND
RT_BDISK_UNSUPPORTED
RT_BDISK_BIOS_CLASH
RT_BDISK_DISK_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL
UPD_NO_UPD_FILE, no available file
UPD_OPEN_FAILED, file cannot be opened
UPD_UPDATE_ILLEGAL, no permission for update
UPD_WRITE_ERROR, file cannaot be written
UPD_READ_ERROR, file cannot be read
UPD_CRC_ERROR, Ciclic Redundancy Check failed
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Table 21: Update process
3.1.16 System Set Update Server Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.19
To perform a software update over ISDN or Ethernet (IP protocol) using a Mayah update server, the
address or phone number of the update server first must be set. This can be done with the following
command.
Please note that the Centauri does not do any syntax check on the entered address or phone number
string.
Syntax:
sys_updserveradr <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, url name or phone number of update server,?]
Response:
-
set Update Server Address:
sys_updserveradr [adr string]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request
Update
Server
sys_updserveradr ?: [adr string][CR][LF][IP address]>
Address
3.1.17 System Server Update
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.24
Command to perform a Centauri software update using a Mayah Update Server (ISDN or Internet).
Syntax:
sys_serverupdate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [requested version, 0]
Response:
-
activate server update:
sys_serverupdate [version]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_serverupdate [version]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.1.18 System Key Code
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.20
For the Centauri Gateways several functional options are available. To activate this function the
Centauri needs individual key codes. The following command can be used to enter the key codes and
also to request which optional functions are available.
Syntax:
sys_keycode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [keycode, ?]
Response:
-
set keycode
sys_keycode [keycode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request keycode
sys_keycode ?: [options][CR][LF][IP address]>
available options are [AAC*, SNMP, NTP, LINEAR, MICDA, AACLD*, CTAAC*,
DRM*, MP3PRO, APTX, EnhAPTX, MultiLinear, MultiAac,
MultiAptx, Gateway, Backup, H.264, STR, MST, TRP, STI,
Intercom, MPEGL2, MPEGL3, OPUS, DHCP, WLAN, NTPSYNC, G.729]
*
)
The different AAC-algorithms correspond to the following parameters of the Centauri software.
PARAMETER
AAC
AAC4
AACLD
CTAAC
DRM
Algorithm
AAC (MPEG2)
AAC (MPEG4)
AAC (LD)
AAC (HE)
AAC (DRM)
Table 22: Different AAC-Algorithms
3.1.19 System Bios
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.25
(from version 1.1.0.91)
The system bios is the interface between the real time operating kernel and the Centauri’s system
hardware. To identify the hardware in the Centauri you can request an identification string.
The string has the following format:
[vendor] [design][family] [group] [version] [board][OS]
[reserved][Production ID][LCD display][audio] (bios version)*)
[vendor] can be:
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Mayah (this is a device version assembled before may 2001)
•
MAYAH
[design] can be:
•
AP (APT Tokyo)
•
AT (ATA Audio)
•
CE (MAYAH Codec)
•
CH (APT Chicago)
•
MI (Millennium)
•
TO (APT Tokyo)
•
SC (SatCom)
[family] can be:
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0200x (2000 & 2001)
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0300x (3000 & 3001)
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03002 (Ganymed 1102)
•
03004 (Multi channel audio)
•
03010 (DRM)
•
03020 (Merk II)
•
03500
•
0400x (4000 & 4001 Streaming Server)
•
04002 (Streaming Server with FM-Extension)
•
04100 (io 8000)
•
04101 (io 5000)
•
04102 (io 6000)
•
04103 (io 6500)
•
04104 (io 9000)
•
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04501 (TripleR)
•
04502 (C12)
•
04503 (D10)
•
04504 (Centauri 3000)
•
04505 (Centauri 4000)
•
04506 (Centauri 5000)
•
05000 (FM II)
•
05001 (Sporty)
•
011xx (C11xx)
[group] is in range from 1 to 9 and A to F (hexadezimal digit)
[version] is in range from 1.0 to 9.9
[board] board identifier (two characters)
[OS] version of operating system (five characters)
[reserved] is filled with 20x “n”
[Production ID] can be:
•
n (reserved)
[LCD display] can be:
•
A (display with contrast offset of 20)
•
n (reserved)
[audio] can be:
•
A (20 dBu)
•
B (Sporty, 3 mono audio in, 1 stereo audio out, 2 mono audio out)
•
n (reserved)
(bios version) *)
Syntax:
sys_bios ?
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Response:
request bios string
sys_bios ?: [bios string][CR][LF][IP address]>
*)
only C11xx, FMII, Sporty
3.1.20 System Reset
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.26 (from version 1.1.0.91)
Command to reset certain system variables to factory default values. For encoder, decoder and
audio, the reset is executed immediately or, if the Centauri is connected, after the next disconnect.
For the other parameters it is executed after the next reboot.
Syntax:
sys_reset <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [all, system, encoder, decoder, isdn, audio, ip, x21,
common, phonebook, profile, snmptrap, eventaction,
ancillarydata, ttloutput, timeouts, regulation, e1,
video, mixer, merkii, frontpanel, session, ports,
keycodes, lastconnections, pots, 3g, factory,
connection, wlan, smtp, snmp, bgan, logfiles]
Response:
-
execute reset
sys_reset [parameter group]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_reset [parameter group]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
Note: As of Centauri software version 2.0.0.41 it is possible to generate a sys_reset common with
connecting pin 2 (receive) and pin 3 (transmit) of the RS232 remote control interface (e.g. with a screw
driver) during the boot process.
Note: The parameter merkii sets back all the Merk II related settings, so this includes the
parameter mixer, which sets back the settings of the wave engine.
A list of all default values can be found in the appendix d of this manual.
3.1.21 System Audio Interfaces
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.28 (from version 1.1.0.91)
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Command to identify the Centauri Backplane and the used audio interfaces on the different slots. It
supplies seven hex coded eight digit values which are described in the following tables.
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
POSSIBLE VALUES
1-8
Centauri Backplane
73
9-16
1. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
17-24
2. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
25-32
3. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
33-40
4. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
41-48
5. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
49-56
6. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
HEX VALUE
INTERFACE
01
2 x stereo analog in
02
2 x stereo analog out
1D
2 x AES/EBU in
1E
2 x AES/EBU out
Table 23-24: System audio interfaces
Syntax:
sys_audiointerface ?
Response:
-
Information about interfaces
sys_ audiointerface ?: [Ident. value] ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_ audiointerface ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
This command is only available with the Centauri 3500.
3.1.22 System Dial Protection
Command to include or exclude the possibility to be dialled by an IP- or ISDN-number, wherefore the
numbers of the phonebook are used. The parameter value represents the two bit binary code as an
integer (0..3).
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Bit 0 : True : ISDN Protection enabled
Bit 1 : True : IP AUDIO Protection enabled
False: ISDN Protection disabled
False: IP AUDIO Protection disabled
Syntax:
sys_dialprotect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..3, ?]
Response:
-
set dial protection
sys_dialprotect [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request status of dial protection
sys_dialprotect [?]:[value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_dialprotect [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.23 System mode for manual accepted calls
PARAMETER
Auto
Manual
Dbpos
Dbneg
DESCRIPTION
Accepts all calls automatically that are permitted by Dial Protection
Accepts all calls only manually
Accepts all calls manually that are permitted by Dial Protection
Accepts all calls manually that are not permitted by Dial Protection, the other
are accepts automatic
Table 25: Parameter values for automatically accepted call
Syntax:
sys_acceptmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, manual, dbpos, dbneg, ?]
Response:
-
set accepting mode
sys_acceptmode [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request accepting mode
sys_acceptmode [?]:[value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_acceptmode [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.1.24 System Timezone
Command to set and get the Centauri’s system timezone. Every Centauri has an internal timezone
definition. The structure, that defines the timezone contains the values: Bias, Standarddate,
Standardbias, Daylightdate and Daylightbias. The values of the structures can be set by several
commands (year,month,date...). If the whole timezone structure is defined a save-command has to
be used, to save the values to the system.Without saving the timezone of the system is not set.
The Bias specifies the current bias, in minutes, for local time translation on this computer. The bias is
the difference, in minutes, between Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) and local time. All translations
between UTC and local time are based on the following formula:
UTC = local time + bias
The Standarddate specifies a systemtime structure that contains a date and local time when the
transition from daylight saving time to standard time occurs on this operating system. If this date is not
specified, the month member in the systemtime structure must be zero. If this date is specified, the
Daylightdate value in the timezone structure must also be specified. To select the correct day in the
month, set the year member to zero, the dayofweek member to an appropriate weekday, and the day
member to a value in the range 1 through 5. Using this notation, the first Sunday in April can be
specified, as can the last Thursday in October (5 is equal to "the last").
The Standardbias specifies a bias value to be used during local time translations that occur during
standard time. This member is ignored if a value for the StandardDate member is not supplied. This
value is added to the value of the Bias member to form the bias used during standard time. In most
time zones, the value of this member is zero.
The Daylightdate specifies a systemtime structure that contains a date and local time when the
transition from standard time to daylight saving time occurs on this operating system. If this date is not
specified, the month member in the systemtime structure must be zero. If this date is specified, the
StandardDate value in the timezone structure must also be specified. To select the correct day in the
month, set the year member to zero, the dayofweek member to an appropriate weekday, and the day
member to a value in the range 1 through 5. Using this notation, the first Sunday in April can be
specified, as can the last Thursday in October (5 is equal to "the last").
The DaylightBias specifies a bias value to be used during local time translations that occur during
daylight saving time. This member is ignored if a value for the DaylightDate member is not supplied.
This value is added to the value of the Bias member to form the bias used during daylight saving time.
In most time zones, the value of this member is – 60.
3.1.24.1 System Timezone Bias
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.33 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [-1440..1440, ?] (in Min)
Response:
-
set bias to UTC
sys_tzbias [bias]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request bias to UTC
sys_tzbias ?: [bias][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzbias [bias]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.2 System Timezone Standarddate Year
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.34 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddateyear <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..3000, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate year
sys_tzstandarddateyear [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate year
sys_tzstandarddateyear ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddateyear [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.3 System Timezone Standarddate Month
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.35 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddatemonth <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..12, ?]
Response:
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set standarddate month
sys_tzstandarddatemonth [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate month
sys_tzstandarddatemonth ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddatemonth [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.4 System Timezone Standarddate Day of Week
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.36 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddatedayofweek <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..6, ?] 0=sunday,1=monday...
Response:
-
set standarddate day of week
sys_tzstandarddatedayofweek [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate day of week
sys_tzstandarddatedayofweek ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddatedayofweek [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.1.24.5 System Timezone Standarddate Day
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.37 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddateday <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..31, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate day
sys_tzstandarddateday [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request standarddate day
sys_tzstandarddateday ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
sys_tzstandarddateday [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.6 System Timezone Standarddate Hour
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.38 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddatehour <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..23, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate hour
sys_tzstandarddatehour [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate hour
sys_tzstandarddatehour ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddatehour [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.7 System Timezone Standarddate Minute
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.39 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddateminute <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..59, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate minute
sys_tzstandarddateminute [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate minute
sys_tzstandarddateminute ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddateminute [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.1.24.8 System Timezone Standarddate Second
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.40 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddatesecond <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..59, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate second
sys_tzstandarddatesecond [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate second
sys_tzstandarddatesecond ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddatesecond [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.9 System Timezone Standarddate Milliseconds
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.41 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzstandarddatemilliseconds <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..999, ?]
Response:
-
set standarddate milliseconds
sys_tzstandarddatemilliseconds [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standarddate milliseconds
sys_tzstandarddatemilliseconds ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandarddatemilliseconds [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.1.24.10
System Timezone Standard Bias
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.42 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [–1440..1440, ?](in min)
Response:
-
set standard bias
sys_tzstandardbias [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request standard bias
sys_tzstandardbias ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzstandardbias [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.11
System Timezone Daylightdate Year
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.43 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdateyear <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..3000, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate year
sys_tzdaylightdateyear [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate year
sys_tzdaylightdateyear ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdateyear [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.12
System Timezone Daylightdate Month
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.44 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdatemonth <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..12, ?]
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Response:
-
set daylightdate month
sys_tzdaylightdatemonth [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate month
sys_tzdaylightdatemonth ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdatemonth [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.13
System Timezone Daylightdate Day of Week
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.45 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdatedayofweek <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..6, ?] 0=sunday,1=monday...
Response:
-
set daylightdate day of week
sys_tzdaylightdatedayofweek [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate day of week
sys_tzdaylightdatedayofweek ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdatedayofweek [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.1.24.14
System Timezone Daylightdate Day
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.46 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdateday <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..31, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate day
sys_tzdaylightdateday [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request daylightdate day
sys_tzdaylightdateday ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdateday [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.15
System Timezone Daylightdate Hour
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.47 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdatehour <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..23, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate hour
sys_tzdaylightdatehour [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate hour
sys_tzdaylightdatehour ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdatehour [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.16
System Timezone Daylightdate Minute
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.48 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdateminute <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..59, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate minute
sys_tzdaylightdateminute [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate minute
sys_tzdaylightdateminute ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdateminute [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.1.24.17
System Timezone Daylightdate Second
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.49 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdatesecond <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..59, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate second
sys_tzdaylightdatesecond [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate second
sys_tzdaylightdatesecond ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdatesecond [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.18
System Timezone Daylightdate Milliseconds
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.50 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzdaylightdatemilliseconds <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..999, ?]
Response:
-
set daylightdate milliseconds
sys_tzdaylightdatemilliseconds [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylightdate milliseconds
sys_tzdaylightdatemilliseconds ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightdatemilliseconds [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.1.24.19
System Timezone Daylight Bias
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.51 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [–1440..1440, ?]
Response:
-
set daylight bias
sys_tzdaylightbias [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request daylight bias
sys_tzdaylightbias ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_tzdaylightbias [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.20
System Timezone Save
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.54 (from version 2.1.0.48)
Syntax:
sys_tzsave <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1]
Response:
-
set timezone values
sys_tzsave [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.21
System Frontpanel version
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.61 (from version 2.3.2.55)
Syntax:
sys_fpversion <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request frontpanel version
sys_fpversion ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
sys_fpversion [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.22
System Audio version
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.63 (from version 2.3.2.55)
Syntax:
sys_audioversion <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request audio firmware version
sys_audioversion ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_audioversion [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.1.24.23
System Drive Mapping
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.64 (from version 2.3.2.58)
Command to show path of all intrnal drives. �Device1’=’Path1’;’Device2’=’Path2’;... Devices are �RAM’,
�SYS’, �USER’, �SD’, �PC’ and �USB’.
Syntax:
sys_drivemap <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request audio firmware version
sys_drivemap ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_drivemap [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.2
Common Commands
The following section describes commands and requests to control the Centauri Gateway’s common
parameter set.
3.2.1
Device Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.1
Command to get and set the device address. The device address is always the IP address of the first
or only network interface card. Every Centauri is equipped with an Ethernet interface for remote
control and audio transfer.
This address can also be accessed by the ip_address command (chapter 3.9.1).
Default value is 10.0.0.10.
Syntax:
com_address <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [device address, ?]
Response:
-
set device address
com_address [address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request device address
com_address ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_address [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.2
CODEC Select
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.2
Command to select and request the current addressed CODEC. If the Centauri is setup in a dual
CODEC mode to transmit two independent mono bit streams to two different locations, this command
selects the CODEC to be controlled. This parameter also controls the status information shown on the
local display of a Centauri 2001/3001 unit. If the Centauri is not in dual CODEC mode, the value of
com_codec has to be 1.
Default value is 1.
Syntax:
com_codec <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, ?]
Response:
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set CODEC to be controlled
com_codec [codec no]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request controlled CODEC
com_codec ?: [codec no][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_codec [codec no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.3
Centauri Gateway Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.11
Command to get or set the gateway mode: [0](default) disable gateway; [1] enable gateway with last
connection and configuration;[2+min phonebook index]..[2+max phonebook index] enable
gateway with phonebook entry
Syntax:
com_gateway <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, <phonebook index+2>, ?]
Response:
-
set gateway
com_gateway [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request gateway
com_gateway ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_gateway [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.4
Centauri Backup Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.12
Command to get or set the backup mode: [0](default) disable backup; [1] enable backup with
last connection and configuration;[2+min phonebook index]..[2+max phonebook index]
enable backup with phonebook entry
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, <phonebook index+2>, ?]
Response:
-
set backup
com_backmode [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request backup
com_backmode ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_backmode [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.5
Centauri Backup Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.13
Command to get or set the backup time in milliseconds.
Syntax:
com_backtime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [milliseconds, ?]
Response:
-
set backup
com_backtime [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request backup
com_backtime ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_backtime [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.6
Centauri Activate Dual Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.7
Command to get or set the ISDN B-channel beginning the range of B-channels to be used by the
subcodecs.
For example, suppose the Centauri is equipped with a 4 x S 0 ISDN interface card and the first two S 0
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(B-channels 5 – 8) are to be used by the second subcodec. The parameter for the com_dualmode
command then would be 5. This is the number of the first B-channel to be used by the second
subcodec.
To deactivate the dual mode set the B-channel number to a 0 value with com_dualmode 0.
Default value is 0 (dual mode disabled).
Syntax:
com_dualmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 8, ?]
Response:
-
set dual mode
com_dualmode [B-channel]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request dual mode
com_dualmode ?: [B-channel][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_dualmode [B-channel]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
For detailed description see Application Note 8, Dual Mode.
3.2.7
Telecommunication or Network Interface
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.3
Command to set or get the interface to be used for bit stream communication.
The Centauri will only accept a command argument that references an interface that is installed and
available for the device. Otherwise the command will report an error.
For test and evaluation loop can also be selected as an interface. This selection will cause the
Centauri to internally connect the encoder output to the decoder input.
Default value is ISDN, if available.
Syntax:
com_interface <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [loop, isdn, pots, net, x.21, e1, asi, disk, 3g, wlan, ?]
Response:
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set communication interface
com_interface [interface]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication interface
com_interface ?: [interface][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_interface [interface]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.8
Connect Centauri to a Remote Unit
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.4
Command to execute the connection process. The command’s parameters depend on the
communication interface that has been selected.
3.2.8.1 X.21
Syntax:
com_connect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Port (0 for both), 12, ?]
The parameter 12 sets a speciall CDQ-mode for the Centauri. This mode is used for dividing MPEG
Layer2, 128 kBit/s into two segments of 64 kBit/s which will be transmitted and received via each port.
Response:
-
connect
com_connect [Port] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect ?: [Port] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_connect [Port] : error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.8.2 NET, 3G, WLAN
Syntax:
com_connect <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, 3] (1=Encoder, 2=Decoder, 3=Encoder&Decoder)
Param2: [[R],[U],[T],[RTP://],[HTTP://],[SAP://]+Ipaddress+
[[:Port], [:HashID]]+[SDP-FileName],[sip:]+[SIP-URI], ?]
Param3: [if:1, if:2, if:3, if:4] (use interface #)
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Response:
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connect
com_connect [1, 2, 3] [IP address] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect [1, 2, 3] ?: [IP address] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
com_connect [1, 2, 3] [IP address] : error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
Param1 is not available for PING, UDP and TCP connections.
Param2 is an IP address that can be modified to make the device use special protocols.
Insert the following letters in front of the address :
P
send a Ping
R
activates RTP as transmission protocol
U
activates UDP (not longer supported)
T
activates TCP (not longer supported)
RTP:// activates RTP without HeaderExtension
HTTP:// Encoder: RTP is used and a SDP file is created in the WWW directory
Decoder: RTP is used. The Decoder tries to get a SDP file specified in [SDP-Filename]
SAP:// Encoder: RTP is used. A SDP file is created and distributed via SAP.
Decoder: RTP is used. The Decoder tries to get a SDP via SAP.
SIP:
Encoder and Decoder: RTP is used. SIP-URIs may contain:
[email protected] or ip-address,
[email protected] or username,
phonenumber
THE IP-ADDRESS CAN BE FOLLOWED BY THE PORT THAT SHOULD BE USED(OR IN CASE
OF SAP: THE HASH-ID).
SEE APPLICATION NOTE “A_N_019 AUDIO VIA IP” FOR A DETAILED DESCRIPTION.
A request of communication status with Param1 set to 3 gets the IP address of encoder and
decoder. If both addresses are identical only one IP address will be returned.
The IP-Address can be followed by FEC parameters. Please see Application Note 31 “Using
FEC on MAYAH Codecs” for a detailed description.
Decoder connections (param1 set to 2) for receiving multiple FEC data or FEC in NAT
environment must contains the RTP and FEC ports of the remote device in the port
parameter: “RTP-Port:FEC-Column-Port:FEC-Row-Port” (e.g. 5004:5006:5008).
3.2.8.3 PSTN, ISDN:
Entering a �-’ before the phone number sets the encoder to �G.711’ for establishing a
telephone line.
Syntax:
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com_connect <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [ISDN B-channel]
Param2: [ISDN phone number, ?]
Response:
-
connect
com_connect [channel] [phone number]: ok [CR] [LF] [IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect [channel] ?: [phone number][CR] [LF] [IP address]>
-
error
com_connect [channel] [phone number]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.2.8.4 E1
Syntax:
com_connect <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2]
(1=Encoder, 2=Decoder)
Param2: [Group, ?]
Param3: [E1A]
Response:
-
connect
com_connect [1,2] [group] [card] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect [1,2] ?: [group] [card] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_connect [1,2] [group] [card]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.8.5 ASI
Syntax:
com_connect <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [Port]
Response:
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connect
com_connect [port] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect ?: [port] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_connect [port]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.8.6 DISK
Syntax:
com_connect <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]
4=Recorder, 5=Player REPEAT)
(1=Recorder PAUSE, 2=Player, 3=Player PAUSE,
Param2: [filename, ?]
Response:
-
connect
com_connect [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] [filename] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request communication status
com_connect [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] ?: [filename] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
com_connect [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] [fielname] : error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.2.9
Disconnect Centauri
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.5
Command to terminate a set up connection. The command’s parameters depend on the
communication interface that has been selected.
3.2.9.1 NET, 3G, WLAN
Syntax:
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com_disconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, 3]
(0=All, default;1=Encoder, 2=Decoder, 3=both)
Response:
-
disconnect
com_disconnect [0, 1, 2, 3]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_disconnect [0, 1, 2, 3]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.9.2 X.21
Syntax:
com_disconnect
Response:
-
disconnect
com_disconnect : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_disconnect : error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.9.3 ISDN, PSTN
Syntax:
com_disconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..8, 0] (B-channel, 0=all)
Response:
-
disconnect
com_disconnect [channel]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_disconnect [channel]:error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.9.4 E1, ASI, DISK
Syntax:
com_disconnect <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, 0] (1=Encoder, 2=Decoder, 0=both)
Response:
-
disconnect
com_disconnect [1,2,0]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_disconnect [channel]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.10 Centauri Stop Connect
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.6
1. Command to interrupt an active connect or redial process.
Syntax:
com_stopconnect
Response:
-
stop connect
com_stopconnect: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_stopconnect: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
2. UDP Audio:
Command to stop the Decoder for an incoming UDP Audio immediately. Please note that a new
incoming UDP Audio stream restarts the Decoder.
Syntax:
com_stopconnect
Parameter:
Param1: [UDP]
Response:
-
stop connect udp
com_stopconnect udp: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_stopconnect udp: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3. HTTP streaming:
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Command to stop all HTTP streaming connections on the corresponding chain.
Syntax:
com_stopconnect
Parameter:
Param1: [Stream]
Response:
stop connect
<chain>$com_stopconnect stream: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
<chain>$com_stopconnect stream: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.11 Centauri Auto Connect Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.10
Command to enable or disable a mode to automatically add ISDN B-channels to an established
connection, if the automatic CODEC detection process indicates the need for an additional line.
Default value is On.
Syntax:
com_autoconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off, ?]
Response:
-
set autoconnect mode
com_autoconnect [On, Off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request autoconnect mode
com_autoconnect ?: [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_autoconnect [On, Off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.12 Centauri Auto Interface Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.15
Command to enable or disable a mode to automatically change interfaces during active connections.
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Default value is On.
Syntax:
com_autointerface <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off, ?]
Response:
-
set autoconnect mode
com_autointerface [On, Off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request autoconnect mode
com_autointerface ?: [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_autointerface [On, Off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.13 Centauri RS232 Remote Control Interface Baud Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.9
Command to set or get the RS232 remote control interface baud rate.
Default value is 38400.
Syntax:
com_baudctrl <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200, ?]
Response:
-
set RS232 remote control interface baud rate
com_baudctrl [baud rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request RS232 remote control interface baud rate
com_baudctrl ?: [baud rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_baudctrl [baud rate]:error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.14 Receive Line/Channel
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Command to handle the Multiplexer which is featured in Centauri 300x and 3500. The Multiplexer is
able to receive Data from 1 to n(max Multiplexer-index*) remote devices(Point to Multipoint). Therefore
the command is to be used in two different ways. If the Point-to-Multipoint-mode is disabled, it will be
enabled automatically with the parameter [1 .. n], whereas this parameter defines the Multiplexerindex that is to be heard. The negative parameter [-1 .. -n] will activate the Point-to-Multipoint-mode
but will cause that the chosen multiplexer gets no data (on the frontpanel you have to press the key
�0_’ for this function ). The parameter [0] will deactivate this mode.
*) n = max ISDN B-channels*64000 / Encoder bit rate
At this time there are only two possible bit rates : 1-channel-connection = 64.000 bit/sec
2-channel-connection = 128.000 bit/sec
For 2-channel-connections the addressed B-channels of the Multiplexer have to be (1,2), (3,4), (5,6) or
(7,8).
Syntax:
com_multipoint <param1>
com_receive <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0,1,Multiplexer-index,?]
Response:
-
set multipoint
com_ multipoint [0,1,Multiplexer-index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request multipoint
com_ multipoint [?]: [0,1,Multiplexer-index] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ multipoint [0,1,Multiplexer-index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.2.15 Accept specific incoming call manually
Command to accept or refuse an indicated incoming call.
After a specific incoming call is signaled via all remote interfaces (see 4.15.15, sig_accept), there
is a time period of two minutes to accept or refuse it. Two or more received com_accept commands
with different parameters (true/false) will not effect any error, because the first received
com_accept command is decisive for the connecting. Available with version 1.1.0.128.
Syntax:
com_accept <param1> <param2> <param3>
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Parameter:
Param1: [transmission mode]
at this time just ISDN
Param2: [channel]
Param3: [true / false]
Response:
-
set device address
com_accept[mode] [channel] [true/false]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_accept[mode]
address]>
[channel]
[true/false]:
error
[err
no][CR][LF][IP
3.2.16 FEC Auto Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.14
This command defines the default FEC behavior for RTP connections.
Syntax:
com_fecmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [no,
lowestdelay,
highsecurity, ?]
lowdelay,
middledelay,
lowbitrate,
Response:
-
set fec mode
com_fecmode [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request fec mode
com_fecmode ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_fecmode [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
Custom FEC Matrix size are also possible by using the 'com_connect command (see section 3.2.8.2).
Please take a look at Application Note 31 “Using FEC on MAYAH Codecs” for a detailed description.
3.2.17 AJC Encoder Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.17
This command defines the AJC behavior for RTP connections.
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Syntax:
com_ajc_encmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [def, auto, off, ?]
Response:
-
set mode
com_ajc_encmode [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mode
com_ajc_encmode ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ajc_encmode [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.18 AJC Encoder Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.18
This command defines the AJC behavior for RTP connections.
Syntax:
com_ajc_enctime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [time, ?]
Response:
-
set time
com_ajc_enctime [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request time
com_ajc_enctime ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ajc_enctime [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.19 AJC Decoder Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.19
This command defines the AJC behavior for RTP connections.
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com_ajc_decmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [def, auto, off, ntp1) ?]
Response:
-
set mode
com_ajc_decmode [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mode
com_ajc_decmode ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ajc_decmode [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
1)
NTP synchronisation is optional (key code required)
3.2.20 AJC Decoder Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.20
This command defines the AJC behavior for RTP connections.
Syntax:
com_ajc_dectime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [time, ?]
Response:
-
set time
com_ajc_dectime [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request time
com_ajc_dectime ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ajc_dectime [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.21 Common LastConnect Table
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.22
The LastConnect Table contains a list of the last connections.
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3.2.22 Common LastConnect Table - Index
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.22.1.1.i (i = index)
Not available as remote command.
3.2.23 Common LastConnect Table - Connect
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.22.1.2.i (i=index)
This command reactivates a former connection.
Syntax:
com_lastconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [index, ?]
Response:
-
Reactivate a former connection
com_lastconnect [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
Request a former connection information
com_lastconnect ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_lastconnect [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.24 Common Route Table
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.23
The Route Table contains all kinds of stream routing informations. They are needed to establish
redundancy connections.
3.2.25 Common Route Table – Main Index
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.23.1.1.i.k (i = main index, k = sub index)
Not available as remote command.
3.2.26 Common Route Table – Sub Index
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.23.1.2.i.k (i = main index, k = sub index)
Not available as remote command.
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3.2.27 Common Route Table – Route
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.22.1.3.i.k (i = main index, k = sub index)
This command prepare connections before they are activated with a “com_connect CONCONF[i]”.
Syntax:
com_route <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [index, ?]
Response:
-
Reactivate a former connection
com_route [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
Request a former connection information
com_route ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_route [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.28 Independent Audio Signalling
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.24
This command defines the sig_audio and sig_audout behavior. With �on’ audio detect and lost is
signaled independent for each channel. On/Off are replaced with numbers.
Syntax:
com_indaudiosig <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_indaudiosig [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_indaudiosig ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
com_indaudiosig [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.2.29 Enable last connect
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.25
This command defines the last connect behavior on system start. �Off’ deactivate last connect. �Auto’
deactivate last connect for Sporty and FM2.
Syntax:
com_elastconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_elastconnect [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_elastconnect ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_elastconnect [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.30 Transmission protocol
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.8.25
This command defines the transmission protocol. The configuration is used, if the connections are
established by phonebook entries with the correponding setting.
Syntax:
com_protocol <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [none, mpegts1, isma, dmb1, dvb1, ?]
1
These parameters could be configured for SPTS or MPTS via the connection parameter.
Please refer to the corresponding application note for MPEG-TS.
Response:
-
set parameter
com_protocol [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_protocol ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
com_protocol [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.31 Mixer step
This command defines the steps in dBU for the mixer matrix talkback function in 1TVCOM reporter
mode on Sporty.
Syntax:
com_mixstep <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. -100, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_mixstep [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_mixstep ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_mixstep [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.32 Parallel audio output on analog and digital interface
This command defines if audio output should be parallel available on analog and digital interface.
Syntax:
com_bothad <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_bothad [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_bothad ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_bothad [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.2.33 Asymmetrical RTP on SIP connections
This command defines if RTP should be asymmetrical on SIP connections.
Syntax:
com_asymrtp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_asymrtp [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_asymrtp ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_asymrtp [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.34 Error concealment mode
This command defines the error concealment mode on RTP connections. Please read the application
note “A_N_046 Error Concealment” for further informations!
Syntax:
com_concealment <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_concealment [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_concealment ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_concealment [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.35 Reuse centronics pin CONNECT, FRAMED, ALARM
This command overwrites the normal use of connect, framed and alarm signalling on Centronic port.
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�auto’ activate the normal use of the corresponding Centronic pin.
’on’
set the corresponding Centronic pin.
’off’
clear the corresponding Centronic pin.
3.2.35.1
CONNECT pin
Syntax:
com_ttlconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_ttlconnect [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_ttlconnect ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ttlconnect [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.35.2
FRAMED pin
Syntax:
com_ttlframed <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set parameter
com_ttlframed [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_ttlframed ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
com_ttlframed [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.2.35.3
ALARM pin
Syntax:
com_ttlalarm <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [auto, on, off, ?]
Response:
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set parameter
com_ttlalarm [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request parameter
com_ttlalarm ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
com_ttlalarm [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.3
Encoder Commands
The following commands and requests control the Centauri Gateway’s Audio Encoder section.
The Centauri Gateway is equipped with an automatic plausibility check algorithm which guarantees
that only valid combinations of the following parameters are permitted:
Algorithm, Sample rate, Bit rate and Mode. (For detailed information see chapter 5)
These parameters should always be entered in the above shown sequence.
3.3.1
Encoder Available
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.23
(from version 1.1.0.91)
Command to get a list of the Centauri’s Audio Encoder Algorithms that are available. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_available ?
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
get encoder algorithms
enc_available ?: [<algorithm>..<algorithm>] [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.2
Encoder Algorithm
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.1
Command to set and get the Centauri’s Audio Encoder Algorithm. The following table shows the
available algorithms. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
ALGORITHM
SPECIFICATION
SAMPLE RATE (KHZ)
G.711
ITU-T G.711
8
G.722
ITU-T G.722
16
G.729
ITU-T G.729.1
8, 16
J.41
ITU-T J.41
32
J.57
ITU-T J.57
48
MPEG-1 Layer 2
ISO/IEC 11172-3
32, 44.1, 48
MPEG-1 Layer 3
ISO/IEC 11172-3
32, 44.1, 48
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ALGORITHM
SPECIFICATION
SAMPLE RATE (KHZ)
MPEG-2 Layer 2
ISO/IEC 13818-3
16, 22.05, 24
MPEG-2 Layer 3
ISO/IEC 13818-3
16, 22.05, 24
MPEG-2.5 Layer 3
FhG IIS
8, 11.025, 12
MPEG Layer 3 PRO
32, 44.1, 48
AAC (MPEG2)*
ISO/IEC 13818-7
AAC (MPEG4)*
ISO/IEC IS 14496-3 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48
AAC (LD)*
AAC (HE)*
16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48
22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48
ISO/IEC IS 14496-3 32, 44,1, 48
AAC (DRM) *
12, 24
Linear
DAT
8, 11.025, 12, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2*, 96*
ADPCM4SB
32
Standard aptx (aptX)
aptx: wth syncher
aptxno: without syncher
sample rate will be automatically derivated from the bit
rate, see Appendix f, APT-X sample rate
Enhanced aptx (EaptX)
aptx16, aptx20, aptx24
sample rate will be automatically derivated from the bit
rate, see Appendix f, APT-X sample rate
Table 26: Available algorithms
*device dependant
The availability of an algorithm and its parameters depends on device typ and device configuration.
To check the availablility please see command “enc_available” (chapter 3.3.1)
*
) For different AAC-algorithms see table 27
Syntax:
enc_algo <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [aac*,
mpegl3, mpegl2, g.711, g.722, linear, aesebu,
adpcm4sb, mp3pro, j.41, j.57, aacld*, ctaac*, aptx, aptx16,
aptx20,
aptx24,
aptxno,
j.41E,
aac4*,
drm*,
vidmpeg4,
vidlinear, vidh264, dat, celt, g.729, none, ?]
Response:
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set encoder algorithm
enc_algo [algorithm]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request encoder algorithm
enc_algo ?: [algorithm] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_algo [algorithm]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*) The different AAC-algorithms correspond to the following parameters of the Centauri software.
PARAMETER
AAC
AAC4
AACLD
CTAAC
CELT
DRM
Algorithm
AAC (MPEG2)
AAC (MPEG4)
AAC (LD)
AAC (HE)
OPUS (with Encoder stream format)
AAC (DRM)
Table 27: Different AAC-Algorithms
Note: Using ADPCM4SB between two Centauris only works bi-directional. The calling unit has to use
following parameters: enc_algo: ADPCM4SB,
enc_format: micda,
enc_slave: local
If the bit rate is set to 128 kBit/s the sending starts after the second ISDN-channel is established. With
256 kBit/s the sending starts after the fourth ISDN-channel is established. The synchronisation with
Hifiscoop doesn’t work.
3.3.3
Encoder Channel Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.2
Command to set and get the Centauri’s Encoder Channel mode. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4. The available modes depend on the used algorithms:
G.711, G.722, G.729
Linear, aptx, aptx16, aptx20, aptx24
aptxno
mono
mono, stereo
mono, stereo, dual
Table 28: Encoder Channel Modes
Syntax:
enc_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [mono,
dual, joint,
chan6 , chan8*, ?]
stereo, chan4*,
chan4c*,
chan4m*,
*
Response:
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set encoder channelmode
enc_mode [channelmode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request encoder channelmode
enc_mode ?: [channelmode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_mode [channelmode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*
)
this command is only available for Multichannel audio and special algorithms
3.3.4
Encoder Bit Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.3
Command to set and get the bit rate of the audio encoder. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
For G.711 and Linear it is not necessary to set a bit rate.
Syntax:
enc_bitrate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [bit rate, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder bit rate
enc_bitrate [bit rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request bit rate
enc_bitrate ?: [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_bitrate [bit rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.5
Encoder Actual Bit Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.20
Command to get the actual audio encoder bit rate. The rated and the actual bit rate could differ in case
of using H.221 or J.52 multiplex protocol. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_realrate ?
Response:
-
Request actual bit rate
enc_realrate ? : [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.3.6
Encoder Sample Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.4
Command to set and get the sample rate (in Hz) of the audio encoder of the Centauri or the framerate
[fps] of the video encoders.
In the case of a video algorithm the samplerate is interpreted as 1/1000 fps (e.g. enc_srate 25000
means 25,0 fps)
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_srate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1 (audio): [8000, 11025, 12000, 16000, 22050, 24000, 32000,
44100, 48000, ?]
Param1 (video): [1..29970, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder sample rate
enc_srate [sample rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder sample rate
enc_srate ?: [sample rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_srate [sample rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.7
Encoder Bit Stream Format (IMUX)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.5
Command to set and get the Centauri’s audio encoder bit stream format (IMUX). This setting will also
affect the audio decoder. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_format <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [No, CCS, Musictaxi, J.52, Auto, Micda*, Aptx*, Hitachi*,
HiTA128*, ?] *) optional
Response:
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set bit stream format
enc_format [bit stream format]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request bit stream format
enc_format ?: [bit stream format][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_format [bit stream format]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.8
Encoder Dependency Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.21
Command to set and get the encoder dependency. These modes describe whether the encoder
should be set up in the same way as the far end encoder or use the local encoder settings.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
In most cases this parameter should be set to remote.
Syntax:
enc_slave <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [local, remote, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder dependency
enc_slave [dependency]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder dependency
enc_slave ?: [dependency][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_slave [dependency]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.9
Encoder Bandwidth
Command to set and get the required bandwidth of an encoder. The parameter mask arises from the
sum of the values of the encoder which are to be activated for this mode (see table mask value).For
example: for setting the bandwidth for layer 2 and AAC, the mask value is 5. If this mode is disabled,
which is the default status, the encoder gets default bandwidth depending on sample rate and bit rate
(see table default bandwidth). Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_audiobandwidth <param1>
Parameter:
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Response:
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set encoder bandwidth
enc_ audiobandwidth [mask]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder bandwidth
enc_ audiobandwidth ?: [mask][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_ audiobandwidth [mask]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
ENCODER
VALUE
inactive
0
Layer 2
1
Layer 3*
2
AAC
4
AAC (LD)*
8
G.711**
16
Table 29: Mask values
*)
**)
not implemented yet
Version 1.1.0.73 and higher
Default bandwidth CT Layer 2 Encoder (only used for Centauri 3500):
SAMPLE RATE
(HZ)
BIT RATE
(BIT/S)
MONO
(HZ)
JOINT STEREO
(HZ)
48000
128000
14250
12000
9000
192000
16500
16500
16500
256000
16500
16500
16500
384000
16500
16500
16500
128000
14000
12000
9000
192000
15000
15000
15000
256000
15000
15000
15000
32000
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15000
15000
15000
Table 30: Default bandwidth CT Layer 2 Encoder
3.3.10 Encoder Audio Input
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.6
Command to set and get the Centauri’s audio input interface. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
enc_audiotype <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [analog, s/pdif, toslink, aes/ebu, adat12*, adat34*,
adat56*, adat78*, adat910*, adat1112*, adat1314*, adat1516*,
adat1718*, adat1920*, adat2122*, adat2324*,
adat14***, adat58***, adat16***, adat18***, ?]
Response:
set audio input**
enc_audiotype [audio input]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio input
enc_audiotype ?: [audio intut][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_audiotype [audio input]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*
)
**
these values are not valid for MerkII
)
***
)
this command is not implemented for Centauri 3500
these values are only available for multi channel audio and not valid for MerkII
3.3.11 Encoder Master Volume Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.7
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left audio encoder master volume. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_mastervolL <param1>
Parameter:
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Response:
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set encoder master volume left
enc_mastervolL [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder master volume left
enc_mastervolL ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_mastervolL [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.12 Encoder Master Volume Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.8
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right audio encoder master volume. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_mastervolR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder master volume right
enc_mastervolR [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder master volume right
enc_mastervolR ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_mastervolR [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.13 Encoder Volume Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.9
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left encoder volume. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_volL <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder volume left
enc_volL [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder volume left
enc_volL ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_volL [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.14 Encoder Volume Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.10
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right encoder volume. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
enc_volR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder volume right
enc_volR [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder volume right
enc_volR ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_volR [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.15 Encoder Panning Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.11
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left encoder channel pan position. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_panL <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder panning left
enc_panL [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder panning left
enc_panL ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_panL [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.16 Encoder Panning Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.12
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right encoder pan position. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_panR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder panning right
enc_panR [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder panning right
enc_panR ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_panR [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.17 Encoder Monitoring
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.13
Command to get, enable or disable the Centauri’s encoder audio monitoring. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_ monitoring <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0, 1, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder monitoring
enc_monitoring [0, 1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder monitoring
enc_monitoring ?: [0, 1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_monitoring [0, 1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.18 Encoder Monitor Volume Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.14
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left encoder monitor volume. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_monvolL <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder monitor volume left
enc_monvolL [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder volume left
enc_monvolL ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_monvolL [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.19 Encoder Monitor Volume Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.15
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right encoder monitor volume. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_monvolR <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 65535,?]
Response:
-
set encoder monitor volume right
enc_monvolR [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder monitor volume right
enc_monvolR ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_monvolR [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.20 Encoder Monitor Panning Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.16
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left encoder monitor channel pan position. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_monpanL <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder monitor panning left
enc_monpanL [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder monitor panning left
enc_monpanL ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_monpanL [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.21 Encoder Monitor Panning Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.17
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right encoder monitor channel pan position. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_monpanR <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder monitor panning right
enc_monpanR [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder monitor panning right
enc_monpanR ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_monpanR [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.22 Encoder Clipping Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.18
Command to set and get the Centauri’s encoder clipping time. The clipping time indicates the time in
ms, the Overload LED at the front panel is switched on, if an audio clipping happens. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_cliptime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 2147483647, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder cliptime
enc_cliptime [time value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder cliptime
enc_cliptime ?: [time value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_cliptime [time value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.23 Encoder Clipping Level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.19
Command to set and get the Centauri’s encoder clipping level. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4. The clipping level describes the digital audio level at which an overload event will be indicated.
Values from 0 to 223 can be chosen. Zero means: An overload will be indicated if the input signal is
zero or above (the LED will always be illuminated because of the base noise „GRUNDRAUSCHEN“).
Choose 222 for 50% fullscale overload trigger level. To signal –3dB fullscale choose 5,938,679. To
calculate the clipping level please use the following formula:
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a: clipping level to hand over to enc_cliplevel
b: the clipping level in dB
The following table shows some references between this level and the corresponding dB fs value.
CLIPPING LEVEL
DBFS
8,388,608
0
7,476,354
-1
5,938,679
-3
4,204,263
-6
Table 31: Encoder clipping level
Syntax:
enc_cliplevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 2147483647, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder cliplevel
enc_cliplevel [level value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder cliplevel
enc_cliplevel ?: [level value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_cliplevel [level value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
The default is set to 8,000,000 (= 95,37% = -0,41dB FS)
3.3.24 Encoder Ancillary Data Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.22
Command to set and get the encoder ancillary data mode. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
If set to auto, which should be the value in most cases, the format, used to encode ancillary data
into an MPEG bit stream, is controlled by the multiplexer system. If the multiplexer recognizes a third
party CODEC, it will force the encoder to use a format that is compatible with that CODEC.
In certain circumstances it could be necessary to use a fixed format. The available formats depend on
the used algorithm:
layer 2:
ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco
aptx :
left, right, none
(default value is left)
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WITH ALL OTHER ALGORITHMS THESE PARAMETERS WILL BE IGNORED AND
AUTO WILL BE USED.
THE ANCILLARY DATA MODE TS (TRANSPORT STREAM) USES HEADER
EXTENSIONS OF RTP-PACKETS. UP TO 30 ANCILLARY DATA BYTES CAN BE SEND
PER RTP/IP PACKET. TS IS AVAILABLE WITH ALL AUDIO ALGORITHMS.
In most cases this parameter should be set to auto.
Syntax:
enc_ancmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco, left, right, none,
ts, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder ancillary data mode
enc_ancmode [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder ancillary data mode
enc_ancmode ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_ancmode [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.25 Encoder CRC-protection
This command, available with version 2.0.0.51, handles the activation and deactivation of the
encoders crc-protection. It works with different parameters for MPEG-algorithms and DRM.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
For MPEG-algorithms:
Syntax:
enc_protect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, ?]
0 = default, 1 = off, 2 = on
Response:
-
set encoder priotection mode
enc_protect [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request protection mode
enc_protect?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_protect [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
For DRM:
Syntax:
enc_protect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [lengthHigherProtected*]
Response:
-
set encoder priotection mode
enc_protect [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request protection mode
enc_protect?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_protect [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*)
lengthHigherProtected:
The length of the higher protected part in bytes (Input).
NOTE: A value of 0 is always possible and signals that no UEP is used.
The
valid
values
depend
on
the
coder
coderSamplingRate = 12000: 0,
6, 11, 16, 21, ...
coderSamplingRate = 24000: 0,
14, 24, 34, 44, ...
lengthHigherProtected needs to be < lengthOfAudioSuperFrame / 2.
sampling
rate:
(in steps of 5)
(in steps of 10)
The required parameters result from the following rules:
audioMode:
0
mono
1
parametric-stereo(joint stereo)
2
stereo
lengthOfAudioSuperFrame(bitrate / 20):
The length of the audio super frame in bytes (Input).
LENGTH OF HIGHER PROTECTED PART + LENGTH OF LOWER PROTECTED PART LENGTH OF TEXT MESSAGE
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NOTE: The valid values for the audio super frame length for AAC depend on the coder
sampling rate and the audio mode.
The current limits for AAC are:
coderSamplingRate audioMode lengthOfAudioSuperFrame
12000
24000
24000
24000
0
0
0 or 1
2
400 ... 699
700 ... 823
824 ... 1824
1324 ... 3700
3.3.26 Encoder Interlacedmode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.25
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to get or set the Centauri’s encoder interlacemode filter status. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_interlacemode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder interlacemode
enc_interlacemode [0, 1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder interlacemode
enc_interlacemode ?: [0, 1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_interlacemode [0, 1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.27 Encoder Motion Estimation Accuracy
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.26
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the video encoder's motion estimation accuracy. 1 corresponds to whole
pixel, 2 to half, and 4 to quarter. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
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enc_motestaccuracy <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, 4, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder interlacemode
enc_motestaccuracy [1, 2, 4]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder interlacemode
enc_motestaccuracy ?: [1, 2, 4][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_motestaccuracy
address]>
<param1>:
error
[err
no][CR][LF][IP
3.3.28 Encoder High Complexity
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.27
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the video encoder's high complexity status. If enabled, this reduces the
bitrate while maitaining the image quality, but the counterpart is that the encoding takes a lot more
time. So this is only usable for resdolutions of CIF and under. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
enc_highcomplexity <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder high complexity
enc_highcomplexity [0, 1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder high complexity
enc_highcomplexity ?: [0, 1][CR][LF][IP address]>
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address]>
<param1>:
error
[err
no][CR][LF][IP
3.3.29 Encoder Key Frame Period
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.28
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the IO video encoder's key frame(intra-frame) period. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_keyframeperiod <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..4294967296, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder key frame period
enc_keyframeperiod [1..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder key frame period
enc_keyframeperiod ?: [1..4294967296][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_keyframeperiod
address]>
<param1>:
error
[err
no][CR][LF][IP
3.3.30 Encoder Scene Cut Detection
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.33
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
If the difference between one picture and the next is very big, it is often better to not predict the second
picture, and just insert a keyfrasme instead. This happens for example when the there is a change in
camera angle, or a scene cut. This command enables/disables scene cut detection and insertion of
additional keyframes. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_scenecutdetection <param1>
Parameter:
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Response:
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set encoder scene cut detection
enc_scenecutdetection [on, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder scene cut detection
enc_scenecutdetection ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_scenecutdetection
address]>
<param1>:
error
[err
no][CR][LF][IP
3.3.31 Encoder Vbv Buffer Size
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.29
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The video buffering verifier (VBV) is an algorithm for encoding a bitstream with an approximately
constant bitrate. The encoder simulates the decoder's buffer usage, and will adapt the bitrate so that
the decoder buffer is never empty or full, but somewhere in between. Supposing that the user sets the
Vbv buffer size to 300000, it means that the encoder will imagine that the decoder has a buffer size of
300000bits. If the bitrate is 600000 bits/s, this corresponds to a buffer size of 0,5 seconds, and the
encoder will therefore regulate the bitrate over 0.5 seconds. The bigger this value is, the better the
encoder can adapt its bitrate to the image. The smaller this value is, the more stable is the bitrate.
There is therfore a slight tradeoff between bitrate stability and image quality. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_vbvbuffersize <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..4294967296, ?] (must be multiples of 16384)
-“0” means “automatic” = 0.5 seconds(0.5 * Bitrate)
Response:
-
set encoder vbv buffer size
enc_vbvbuffersize [0..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
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3.3.32 Encoder Width
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.34
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The encoder width is the horizontal pixel count. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_width <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..4294967296, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder width
enc_width [0..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder width
enc_width ?: [0..4294967296][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_width <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.33 Encoder Height
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.35
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The encoder height is the vertical pixel count. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_height <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..4294967296, ?]
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Response:
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set encoder width
enc_height [0..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request encoder width
enc_height ?: [0..4294967296][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_height <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.34 Encoder Pixel Width
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.30
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The encoder pixel width is the ratio between input and output pixel width. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_pixelwidth <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..4294967296, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder width
enc_pixelwidth [0..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder width
enc_pixelwidth ?: [0..4294967296][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_pixelwidth <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.35 Encoder Pixel Height
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.31
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The encoder pixel height is the ratio between input and output pixel height. Subaddressing possible,
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see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_pixelheight <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..4294967296, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder width
enc_pixelheight [0..4294967296]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder width
enc_pixelheight ?: [0..4294967296][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_pixelheight <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.36 Encoder stream format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.42
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_stream <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, raw1, adif1, adts1, latm1, loas1, low-byte-first2,
high-byte-first2, voip3, aoip3, low3, fca3, ld4, eld4, esbr4, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder stream format
enc_stream <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request encoder stream format
enc_stream ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_stream <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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1
AAC
2
LINEAR
3
OPUS
4
ELD
3.3.37 Encoder signal format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.43
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_signal <param1>
Parameter:
[auto,
backward1, ?]
Param1:
implicit1,
explicit-backward1,
explicit-non-
Response:
-
set encoder signal format
enc_signal <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder signal format
enc_signal ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_stream <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
1
AAC(HE)
3.3.38 Encoder Audio Device
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.36
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The audiocard used by the encoder can be selected. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_audiodevice <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [1..3, ?]
Response:
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set encoder audio device
enc_audiodevice <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request encoder audio device
enc_audiodevice ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_audiodevice <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.39 Encoder Video Device
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.37
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The videocard used by the encoder can be selected. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_videodevice <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..3, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder video device
enc_videodevice <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder video device
enc_videodevice ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_videodevice <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.40 Encoder Frame Skip Probability
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.38
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These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
To adapt the bit-rate to video material of different complexity, the codec controls the quantisations
step-size and the frame-rate. While a high quantisation step size yields a poor picture quality, too
many dropped frames give a jerky video.
To communicate the codec about how often frame shall be skiped, the [IO] defines a frame skip
probability. In the end, the codec itself decides whether to skip a frame or not.
THE SKIP PROBABILITY IS A PARAMETER VALUE BETWEEN 0 AND 1000 WHERE 0
MEANS THAT NO FRAMES WILL BE
skiped while 1000 gives the highest possible skip probability.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_frameskip <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..1000, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder frame skip probability
enc_frameskip <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder frame skip probability
enc_frameskip ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
enc_frameskip <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.41 Encoder chain state
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.44
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_state <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [creating, created, starting, started, stopping, stopped, destroying, destroyed, ?]
Response:
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request encoder chain state
enc_state ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.42 Encoder setup
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.46
In some cases it can be necessary to distinguish between rated, real or configurated values. It is
possible to change the configuration of the Audio Video Codec to adjust the settings for a later
application, while the former settings are applied to the actual connection. The real bitrate e.g. can
differ from the rated value, if the algorithm needs a specific offset for internal information.
auto : if a codec is running the actually applied values are given for the encoder commands (i.e. the
rated value), otherwise the actual configuration value is supplied (i.e the config value)
CONFIG: THE CONFIGURATION VALUE IS SUPPLIED
rated: if a codec is running the actually applied rated values are given for the encoder commands,
otherwise “not available” is responded (SNMP respond with “resourceUnavailable”). In opposite to
'real' just ISO allowed values are displayed (i.e. when the real bit rate is 256349 then 256000 is
displayed).
real: if a codec is running the actually applied real values are given for the encoder commands,
otherwise “not available” is responded (SNMP respond with “resourceUnavailable”). In opposite
to 'rated' the real used bitrate is dipslayed and not the ISO allowed value. The default and
recommended value (backwards compatibility) is 'auto'.
Please note that in the case of “rated” or “real” an error text could be returned instead of the expected
value.
Example:
The encoder bitrate is set to 128000. Afterwards another codec establishs a AAC (MPEG4) 4 Bchannel ISDN connection (i.e. ISO bit rate 256 kbps). Here are the different answers to the command
'dec_bitrate ?':
- auto: 256000
- real: 256349
- rated: 256000
- config:128000
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_setup <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [auto, config, rated, real, ?]
Response:
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set encoder setup
enc_setup <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder setup
enc_setup ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_setup <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.43 Encoder Resolution
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.41
Command to get or set the Centauri’s encoder sample resolution in bits.
Possible values are: 8, 12, 16, 20, 24. (Algorithm dependant)
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
enc_resolution <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [resolution , ?]
Response:
-
set encoder resolution
enc_resolution <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder resolution
enc_resolution?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_resolution <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.3.44 Encoder File Type
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.2.52
Command to get or set the Centauri’s encoder file type.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
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Syntax:
enc_filetype <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [riff, raw, bwf, musi, id3, id3r, ?]
Response:
-
set encoder file type
enc_filetype <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request encoder file type
enc_filetype ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
enc_filetype <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.4.1
Decoder Commands
Decoder Algorithm
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.1
Command to set and get the Centauri’s Audio Decoder Algorithm. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_algo <param1>
Parameter:
Param1:
see chapter 3.3.2
Response:
-
set decoder algorithm
dec_algo [algorithm]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder algorithm
dec_algo ?: [algorithm] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_algo [algorithm]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.2
Decoder Channel Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.2
Command to set and get the Centauri’s decoder channel mode. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4. The available modes depend on the used algorithms:
G.711, G.722, G.729
Linear, aptx, aptx16, aptx20, aptx24
aptxno
mono
mono, stereo
mono, stereo, dual
Table 32: Decoder Channel Modes
Syntax:
dec_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1:
see chapter 3.3.3
Response:
-
set decoder channelmode
dec_mode [channelmode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request decoder channelmode
dec_mode ?: [channelmode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_mode [channelmode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.3
Decoder Bit Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.3
Command to set and get the audio decoder bitrate. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4. For
G.711 and Linear it is not necessary to set a bit rate.
Syntax:
dec_bitrate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [bit rate, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder bit rate
dec_bitrate [bit rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder bit rate
dec_bitrate ?: [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_bitrate [bit rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.4
Decoder Actual Bit Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.15
Command to request the audio decoder’s actual bit rate. The rated and actual bit rate could differ
when H.221 or J.52 multiplex protocol are being used. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_realrate ?
Response:
-
request actual bit rate
dec_realrate ?: [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.5
Decoder Sample Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.4
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Command to set and get the sample rate (in Hz) of the audio decoder of the Centauri or the framerate
[fps] of the video decoders.
In the case of a video algorithm the samplerate is interpreted as 1/1000 fps (e.g. enc_srate 25000
means 25,0 fps)
Syntax:
dec_srate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1:
see chapter 3.3.6
Response:
-
set decoder sample rate
dec_srate [sample rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder sample rate
dec_srate ?: [sample rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_srate [sample rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.6
Decoder Dependency Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.5
Command to set and get the decoder dependency. This mode describes whether the decoder should
follow the far end decoder or use the local settings. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
If the parameter �Dependency’ is set to remote, all changings of encoder parameter will also change
the corresponding decoder parameters. Note that setting the decoder’s dependency from local to
remote, doesn’t change the decoder parameters until the encoder’s will be changed.
In most cases this parameter should be remote.
Syntax:
dec_slave <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [local, remote, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder dependency
dec_slave [dependency]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request decoder dependency
dec_slave ?: [dependency][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_slave [dependency]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.7
Decoder Audio Output
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.6
Command to set and get the Centauri’s audio output. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_audiotype <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [analog, s/pdif, toslink, aes/ebu, adat12*, adat34*,
adat56*, adat78*, adat910*, adat1112*, adat1314*, adat1516*,
adat1718*, adat1920*, adat2122*, adat2324*,
adat14***, adat58***, adat16***, adat18***, ?]
Response:
set audio output**
dec_audiotype [audio input]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output
dec_audiotype ?: [audio intut][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_audiotype [audio input]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*
)
**
these values are not valid for MerkII
)
***
)
3.4.8
this command is not implemented for Centauri 3500
these values are only available for multi channel audio and not valid for MerkII
Decoder Master Volume Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.7
Command to set and get the Centauri’s audio decoder left master volume. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_mastervolL <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
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Response:
-
set decoder master volume left
dec_mastervolL [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder master volume left
dec_mastervolL ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_mastervolL [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.9
Decoder Master Volume Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.8
Command to set and get the Centauri’s audio decoder right master volume. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_mastervolR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder master volume right
dec_mastervolR [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder master volume right
dec_mastervolR ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_mastervolR [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.10 Decoder Volume Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.9
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left decoder volume. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_volL <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
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Response:
-
set decoder volume left
dec_volL [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder volume left
dec_volL ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_volL [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.11 Decoder Volume Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.10
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right decoder volume. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
dec_volR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder volume right
dec_volR [volume]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder volume right
dec_volR ?: [volume][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_volR [volume]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.12 Decoder Panning Left
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.11
Command to set and get the Centauri’s left decoder channel pan position. Subaddressing possible,
see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_panL <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
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Response:
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set decoder panning left
dec_panL [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder panning left
dec_panL ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_panL [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.13 Decoder Panning Right
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.12
Command to set and get the Centauri’s right decoder pan position. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_panR <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder panning right
dec_panR [pan position]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder panning right
dec_panR ?: [pan position][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_panR [pan position]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.14 Decoder Clipping Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.13
Command to set and get the Centauri’s decoder clipping time. The clipping time indicates the time in
ms, the Overload LED at the front panel is switched on, if an audio clipping happens. Subaddressing
possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_cliptime <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 2147483647, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder cliptime
dec_cliptime [time value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder cliptime
dec_cliptime ?: [time value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_cliptime [time value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.15 Decoder Clipping Level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.14
Command to set and get the Centauri’s decoder clipping level. The clipping level describes the digital
audio level at which an overload event will be indicated. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
The following table shows some references between this level and the corresponding dB fs value.
CLIPPING LEVEL
DBFS
8,388,608
0
7,476,354
-1
5,938,679
-3
4,204,263
-6
Table 33: Decoder clipping level
Syntax:
dec_cliplevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 2147483647, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder cliplevel
dec_cliplevel [level value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder cliplevel
dec_cliplevel ?: [level value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_cliplevel [level value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.4.16 Decoder Ancillary Data Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.16
Command to set and get the decoder ancillary data mode. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
If set to auto, which should be the value in most cases, the format, used to decode ancillary data
from an MPEG bit stream, is controlled by the multiplexer system. If the multiplexer recognizes a third
party CODEC, it will force the decoder to use a format that is compatible with that CODEC.
In certain circumstances it could be necessary to use a fixed format. The available formats depend on
the used algorithm:
layer 2:
ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco
aptx :
left, right, none
(default value is left)
THE ANCILLARY DATA MODE TS (TRANSPORT STREAM) USES HEADER
EXTENSIONS OF RTP-PACKETS. UP TO 30 ANCILLARY DATA BYTES CAN BE SEND
PER RTP/IP PACKET. TS IS AVAILABLE WITH ALL AUDIO ALGORITHMS.
WITH ALL OTHER ALGORITHMS THESE PARAMETERS WILL BE IGNORED AND
AUTO WILL BE USED.
Syntax:
dec_ancmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco, left, right, none ,
ts, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder ancillary data mode
dec_ancmode [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder ancillary data mode
dec_ancmode ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_ancmode [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.17 Decoder Bit Stream Format
Command to get the currently used codec bit stream format of the far end device (see chap. 3.3.7,
Encoder Bitstream Format). The value �pc’ as response parameter represents a Centauri or SendIt on
the far end. This command is available with release 2.0.0.34. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
dec_format <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
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request bit stream format
dec_format ?: [bit stream format][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.18 Decoder CRC-protection
This command, available with version 2.0.0.51, handles the activation and deactivation of the
decoders crc-protection. It works with different parameters for MPEG-algorithms and DRM.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
For MPEG-algorithms:
Syntax:
dec_protect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, ?]
0 = default, 1 = off, 2 = on
Response:
-
set encoder priotection mode
dec_ protect [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request protection mode
dec_ protect?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_ protect [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
For DRM:
Syntax:
dec_protect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [lengthHigherProtected*]
Response:
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set encoder priotection mode
dec_ protect [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request protection mode
dec_ protect?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_ protect [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*)
lengthHigherProtected:
The length of the higher protected part in bytes (Input).
NOTE: A value of 0 is always possible and signals that no UEP is used.
The valid values depend on the coder sampling rate:
coderSamplingRate = 12000: 0, 6, 11, 16, 21, ... (in steps of 5)
coderSamplingRate = 24000: 0, 14, 24, 34, 44, ... (in steps of 10)
lengthHigherProtected needs to be < lengthOfAudioSuperFrame / 2.
The required parameters result from the following rules:
audioMode:
0
mono
1
parametric-stereo(joint stereo)
3
stereo
lengthOfAudioSuperFrame(bitrate / 20):
The length of the audio super frame in bytes (Input).
LENGTH OF HIGHER PROTECTED PART + LENGTH OF LOWER PROTECTED PART LENGTH OF TEXT MESSAGE
NOTE: The valid values for the audio super frame length for AAC depend on the coder
sampling rate and the audio mode.
The current limits for AAC are:
coderSamplingRate audioMode lengthOfAudioSuperFrame
12000
24000
24000
24000
0
0
0 or 1
2
400 ... 699
700 ... 823
824 ... 1824
1324 ... 3700
3.4.19 Decoder Filter
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.18
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the decoder filter mode.
To increase the subjectively measured quality of the decoded video, there are different post-filters that
can be applied to the reconstructed frames. We suggest the use of this filter especially for very low bitrate video. Please note that use of this filter increases substantially processor usage of the decoder.
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The parameter values have the following meaning:
0 is for no post-filter
1 is for deblocking
2 is for deringing
3 is deblocking + deringing
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_filter <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, 3, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder filter
dec_filter [0, 1, 2, 3]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request decoder filter
dec_filter ?: [0, 1, 2, 3][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_filter <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.20 Decoder Width
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.19
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the width of the decoder picture. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_width <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [width, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder width
dec_width [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request width
dec_width ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_width [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.21 Decoder Height
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.20
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the height of the decoder picture. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_height <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [height, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder height
dec_height [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request height
dec_height ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_height [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.22 Decoder X-Offset
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.21
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the x-offset of the decoder picture. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
dec_xoffset <param1> (Default: 0)
Parameter:
Param1: [xoffset, ?]
Response:
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set decoder xoffset
dec_xoffset [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request xoffset
dec_xoffset ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_xoffset [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.23 Decoder Y-Offset
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.22
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the y-offset of the decoder picture. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
dec_yoffset <param1> (Default: 0)
Parameter:
Param1: [yoffset, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder yoffset
dec_yoffset [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request yoffset
dec_yoffset ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_yoffset [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.24 Decoder Resizemode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.23
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to set and get the resize mode of the video decoder. Subaddressing possible, see chapter
2.4.
Syntax:
dec_resizemode <param1> (Default: 0)
Parameter:
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Param1: [0,1,2,3, ?]
0: Original = The picture is displayed without size modifications.
1: PAR = The picture is resized using the pixel aspect ratio (PAR) supplied by the encoder
2: manuell = The picture size can be chosen freely
3: full screen = The picture size will be adjusted to the dimensions of the video output
Response:
-
set decoder resizemode
dec_resizemode [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request decoder resizemode
dec_resizemode ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_resizemode [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.25 Decoder stream format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.31
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_stream <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, raw1, adif1, adts1, latm1, loas1, low-byte-first2,
high-byte-first2, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder stream format
dec_stream <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder stream format
dec_stream ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_stream <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.4.26 Decoder Audio Device
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.25
The audiocard used by the decoder can be selected.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_audiodevice <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..3, ?]
Response:
-
set decoder audio device
dec_audiodevice <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder stream format
dec_audiodevice ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_audiodevice <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.27 Decoder Video Device
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.26
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
The videocard used by the decoder can be selected.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_videodevice <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..3, ?]
Response:
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set decoder video device
dec_videodevice <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request decoder video device
dec_videodevice ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
dec_videodevice <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.28 Decoder chain state
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.33
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_state <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [creating, created, starting, started, stopping, stopped, destroying, destroyed, ?]
Response:
-
request decoder chain state
dec_state ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.29 Decoder setup
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.34
In some cases it can be necessary to distinguish between rated, real or configurated values. It is
possible to change the configuration of the Audio Video Codec to adjust the settings for a later
application, while the former settings are applied to the actual connection. The real bitrate e.g. can
differ from the rated value, if the algorithm needs a specific offset for internal information.
auto : if a codec is running the actually applied values are given for the decoder commands (i.e. the
rated value), otherwise the actual configuration value is supplied (i.e the config value)
CONFIG: THE CONFIGURATION VALUE IS SUPPLIED
rated: if a codec is running the actually applied rated values are given for the decoder commands,
otherwise “not available” is responded (SNMP respond with “resourceUnavailable”). In opposite to
'real' just ISO allowed values are displayed (i.e. when the real bit rate is 256349 then 256000 is
displayed).
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real: if a codec is running the actually applied real values are given for the encoder commands,
otherwise “not available” is responded (SNMP respond with “resourceUnavailable”). In opposite
to 'rated' the real used bitrate is dipslayed and not the ISO allowed value. The default and
recommended value (backwards compatibility) is 'auto'.
Please note that in the case of “rated” or “real” an error text could be returned instead of the expected
value.
Example:
The decoder bitrate is set to 128000. Afterwards another codec establishs a AAC (MPEG4) 4 Bchannel ISDN connection (i.e. ISO bit rate 256 kbps). Here are the different answers to the command
'dec_bitrate ?':
- auto: 256000
- real: 256349
- rated: 256000
- config:128000
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_setup <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto,config,rated,real , ?]
Response:
-
set decoder setup
dec_setup <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder setup
dec_setup ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_setup <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.30 Decoder Resolution
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.30
Command to set and get the Centauri’s decoder sample resolution in bits.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
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Syntax:
dec_resolution <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [resolution , ?]
Response:
-
set decoder resolution
dec_resolution <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request decoder resolution
dec_resolution?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
dec_resolution <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.4.31 Decoder File Type
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.3.35
Command to get the Centauri’s decoder file type.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
dec_filetype <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request decoder file type
dec_filetype ?: [riff, raw, bwf, musi, id3, id3r] [CR][LF][IP
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3.5
ISDN Communication Commands
The Centauri Gateway can be equipped with one, two or four S 0 ISDN interfaces. The following
commands are used to setup these interfaces for different applications and environments.
3.5.1
ISDN D-Channel Protocol
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.1
Command to set and get the Centauri’s ISDN D-Channel protocol. The selected protocol is valid for all
installed interfaces.
Syntax:
ISDN_protocol <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1TR6, 5ESS, AUSTEL, DSS1, DSS1INT, DSS1ext, JATE, NI1,
VN, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN
ISDN_protocol [protocol]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN
ISDN_protocol ?: [protocol][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_protocol [protocol]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.2
ISDN Multiple Subscriber Number (MSN)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.2
Command to set and get the MSN for every B-channel for all installed ISDN interfaces.
Syntax:
ISDN_msn <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1 .. 8]
B-channel number
Param2: [msn, ?]
Response:
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set ISDN msn
ISDN_msn [B-channel, MSN]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN msn
ISDN_msn [B-channel, ?]: [MSN][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_msn [B-channel, MSN]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.3
ISDN Service Provider ID (SPID)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.3
Command to set and get the SPID per B-channel. This parameter is used only in North America.
Syntax:
ISDN_spid <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1 .. 8]
B-channel number
Param2: [spid, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN spid
ISDN_spid [B-channel] [spid]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN spid
ISDN_spid [B-channel] ?: [spid][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_spid [B-channel] [spid]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.4
ISDN Predial Number (Call by Call Provider)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.6
Command to set and get the numbers to be dialed before the phone number, to select a call-by-call
provider.
Syntax:
ISDN_predial <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [predial number, ?]
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Response:
-
set ISDN predial number
ISDN_predial [predial number]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN predial number
ISDN_predial ?: [predial number][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_predial [predial number]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.5
ISDN PBX
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.5
Command to set and get the number(s) to be dialed before the phone number to get external line
access. This is normally used if the ISDN interface is connected to a PBX system.
Default value is [space].
Syntax:
ISDN_pbx <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [space, pbx number, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN pbx
ISDN_pbx [pbx no]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN pbx
ISDN_pbx ?: [pbx no][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_pbx [pbx no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.6
ISDN Digit Number for External Calls
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.7
Command to set and get the minimum number of digits for an external call, when the Centauri is
connected to a PBX system.
Syntax:
ISDN_extdig <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [number of digits, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN number of digits for external call
ISDN_extdig [number of digits]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN number of digits for external call
ISDN_extdig ?: [number of digits][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_extdig [number of digits]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.7
ISDN Redial Time Out
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.8
Command to set and get the duration (in seconds) before redialing a busy number.
Syntax:
ISDN_timeout <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN redial timeout
ISDN_timeout [timeout]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN redial timeout
ISDN_timeout ?: [timeout][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_timeout [timeout]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.8
ISDN Redial Attempts
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.9
Command to set and get the number of busy redial attempts. The Centauri will automatically redial
<param1> number of times if the far-end is busy. Active connections will be reconnected automatically
if far end disconnect lines.
Syntax:
ISDN_redial <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN redial attempts
ISDN_redial [redial attempts]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN redial attempts
ISDN_redial ?: [redial attempts][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_redial [redial attempts]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.9
ISDN Test Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.11
Command to enable or disable the ISDN test mode. If test mode is activated, the Centauri starts its
extended ISDN statistic and error reporting functions. The results can be requested using the
ISDN_statinfo function.
Test mode can only be used between two Centauri Gateways and has to be activated on both sides.
The value of the test mode is not stored on the internal flash memory and so is automatically reset to
off after the next Centauri reboot.
Syntax:
ISDN_testmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN test mode
ISDN_testmode [on, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN test mode
ISDN_testmode ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_testmode [on, off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.10 ISDN Statistic Info
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.12
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Command to request the ISDN protocol stack’s statistical data. Available are the number of bit and
H.221 CRC errors as well as a byte counter. To reset the statistics to 0 use the command
ISDN_statinfo 0 0 0.
Syntax:
ISDN_statinfo <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 0 0 (reset), ?]
Response:
-
reset ISDN statistics
ISDN_statinfo [0 0 0]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN statistics
ISDN_statinfo ?: [bit err] [byte count] [CRC err] [CR][LF][ IP
address]>
3.5.11 ISDN Charge Info
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.13
Command to request the charge information per channel. The reported values are valid only for the
active or last connection.
Syntax:
ISDN_cost <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request the current charge information for all B-channels
ISDN_cost ?: [charge count 1 .. 8][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.12 ISDN Update System Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.14
Command to enable or disable the synchronization of the Centauri’s internal system clock to the ISDN
net clock timestamp.
Syntax:
ISDN_time <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [0 (disabled), 1 .. 8 (b-channel), ?]
Response:
-
set update system time mode
ISDN_time [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request update system time mode
ISDN_time ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_time [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.13 ISDN Initialization Delay Time for Setup Datagram Transfer
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.15
Command to set and get the setup delay time in milliseconds. It describes the time until the MAYAHID telegram will send to the remote device which establish the connection. This identification telegram
will be multiple send until the answer delay time is reached.
The default and minimum value is 5000 and should typically not be changed.
Syntax:
ISDN_answerdelay <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [delaytime (in ms), ?]
Response:
-
set ISDN answer delay time
ISDN_answerdelay [delaytime]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ISDN answer delay time
ISDN_answerdelay ?: [delaytime][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_answerdelay [delaytime]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.14 ISDN G.711 Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.10
Command to set and get the coding mode for the G.711 audio coding algorithm.
The choices are a-law (international) or Ој-law (USA).
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Syntax:
ISDN_g711 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [alaw, ulaw, ?]
Response:
-
set G.711 coding mode
ISDN_g711 [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request G.711 coding mode
ISDN_g711 ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_g711 [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.15 ISDN G.711 Level Attenuation
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.18
Command to set and get the G.711 audio coder’s level attenuation.
Attenuating the signal level can be necessary to insure that the signal is not over modulated. If over
modulation is not a problem then the full signal range should be used. The value cannot be changed
while the coder is active.
Default value is 0dB
Syntax:
ISDN_G711Level <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0dB, 6dB, 12dB, ?]
Response:
-
set audio coder’s level attenuation
ISDN_G711Level [level]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio coder’s level attenuation
ISDN_G711Level ?: [level][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_G711Level [level]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.5.16 ISDN G.711 Service
Command to set or get the G.711 service.
Syntax:
ISDN_G711service <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [speech, telephony, ?]
Response:
-
set G.711 service
ISDN_ G711service [service]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request G.711 service
ISDN_ G711service ?: [service][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_ G711service [service]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.17 ISDN Automatic Layer 1
Activates or deactivates the automatic Layer-1 mode for ISDN. For Netherlands this mode should be
deactivated.
Syntax:
ISDN_activeLayer1 <Param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0,1, ?] (0=deactivated, 1=activated)
Response:
-
set automatic layer1 mode
ISDN_activeLayer1 [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request automatic layer1 mode
ISDN_activeLayer1 ? : [mode] CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ISDN_activeLayer1 [mode]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.5.18 ISDN Service Protection
This command provides a possibility to enable or disable specific ISDN services. The
parameter value represents the 30 bit binary code as an integer.
Default settings:
BIT
NUMBER
DEFAULT
No profile
Speech
Unrestricted dig. info
Restricted dig.info
3.1 kHz audio
7.0 kHz audio
Video
Packet mode
56 kB/s rate adapt
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Telephony
Facsimile 2/3
Facsimile 4/1
Teletex mixed mode
Teletex processable mode
Teletex basic mode
Videotext
Telex
X.400
X.200
7.0 kHz telephony
Video teleph. first
Video teleph. second
Mayah reserved
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Off
On
On
On
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
On
Off
Off
Always True (ON)
REMARKS
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
For Updates True
For Updates True
Validity (Important)
Table 34: ISDN service protection
The default settings, described in the table above, correspond to the integer value
604045374. If bit 29, Mayah reserved, is not set (off, value = 0), the next start of the Centauri
sets back the value to the default settings.
Syntax:
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ISDN_cipvalue <Param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..1073741823,?]
Response:
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set value for ISDN Service Protection
ISDN_ cipvalue [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request value for ISDN Service Protection
ISDN_ cipvalue ? : [value] CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ISDN_ cipvalue [value]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.19 ISDN Connected Time
Command to get the time in seconds, a specific channel is connected. Value 0 provides the
connected time for all channels.
Syntax:
ISDN_connecttime <Param1> <Param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1 .. 8, 0]
(B-channel, 0=all)
Param2 : [?]
Response:
-
request connecttime for B-channel(s)
ISDN_connecttime [channel] [?]: [connected time] [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ISDN_connecttime [channel] [?]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
Note: The display of one separate connection can at most amount
49,7 days (this value depends on type of variable, cardinal, in
which it is stored, exactly 2 32 – 1 ms).
3.5.20 ISDN national number identification
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.25
Command to get and set the identification for national numbers.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [identification, ?]
Response:
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get
ISDN_national ?: [Param1] [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set
ISDN_national [Param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ISDN_national [Param1]: error[err no] [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.5.21 ISDN international number identification
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.4.26
Command to get and set the identification for international numbers.
Syntax:
ISDN_internat <Param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [identification, ?]
Response:
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get
ISDN_internat ?: [identification] [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set
ISDN_internat [Param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ISDN_internat [Param1]: error[err no] [CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.6
PSTN Commands
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the PSTN card, if
available on the MAYAH device.
3.6.1
PSTN PBX
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.1
Command to set and get the number(s) to be dialed before the phone number to get external line
access. This is normally used if the PSTN interface is connected to a PBX system.
Default value is [space].
Syntax:
PSTN_pbx <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [space, pbx number, ?]
Response:
-
set PSTN pbx
PSTN_pbx [pbx no]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request PSTN pbx
PSTN_pbx ?: [pbx no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_pbx [pbx no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.2
PSTN Predial Number (Call by Call Provider)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.2
Command to set and get the numbers to be dialed before the phone number, to select a call-by-call
provider.
Syntax:
PSTN_predial <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [predial number, ?]
Response:
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set PSTN predial number
PSTN_predial [predial number]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request PSTN predial number
PSTN_predial ?: [predial number][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_predial [predial number]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.3
PSTN Digit Number for External Calls
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.3
Command to set and get the minimum number of digits for an external call, when the Centauri is
connected to a PBX system.
Syntax:
PSTN_extdig <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [number of digits, ?]
Response:
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set PSTN number of digits for external call
PSTN_extdig [number of digits]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request PSTN number of digits for external call
PSTN_extdig ?: [number of digits][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_extdig [number of digits]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.4
PSTN Redial Time Out
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.4
Command to set and get the duration (in seconds) before redialing a busy number.
Syntax:
PSTN_timeout <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
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set PSTN redial timeout
PSTN_timeout [timeout]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request PSTN redial timeout
PSTN_timeout ?: [timeout][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_timeout [timeout]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.5
PSTN Redial Attempts
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.5
Command to set and get the number of busy redial attempts. The Centauri will automatically redial
<param1> number of times if the far-end is busy. Active connections will be reconnected automatically
if far end disconnect lines.
Syntax:
PSTN_redial <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
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set PSTN redial attempts
PSTN_redial [redial attempts]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request PSTN redial attempts
PSTN_redial ?: [redial attempts][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_redial [redial attempts]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.6
PSTN Initialization Delay Time for Setup Datagram Transfer
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.6
Command to set and get the setup delay time in milliseconds. It describes the time until the MAYAHID telegram will send to the remote device which establish the connection. This identification telegram
will be multiple send until the answer delay time is reached.
The default and minimum value is 5000 and should typically not be changed.
Syntax:
PSTN_answerdelay <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [delaytime (in ms), ?]
Response:
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set PSTN answer delay time
PSTN_answerdelay [delaytime]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request PSTN answer delay time
PSTN_answerdelay ?: [delaytime][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
PSTN_answerdelay [delaytime]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.6.7
PSTN mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.29.7
Command to set and get the mode for incoming pots calls.
Syntax:
PSTN_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [data, voice, ?]
Response:
-
set PSTN mode
PSTN_mode [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request PSTN mode
PSTN_mode ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
PSTN_mode [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.7
X.21 Commands
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the universal
synchronous serial interface hardware.
3.7.1
X.21 Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.7.1
Command to set and get the mode of one of the ports of the X.21 interface.
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Valid modes are DTE or DCE.
Default value is DTE.
Note: The changing of the second parameter mode has influence on the X.21 clocking (see next
command, chap. 4.6.2, x21_clocking). Every time this mode is changed, the clocking is set to
auto.
Syntax:
x21_mode <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [port number (1, 2)]
Param2: [DTE, DCE, ?]
Response:
-
set X.21 port mode
x21_mode [port] [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request X.21 port mode
x21_mode [port] ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
x21_mode [port] [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.7.2
X.21 Clocking
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.7.2
Command to set and get the clocking for one of the ports on the X.21 interface.
Note: The adjustable values for the second parameter clocking depend on the selected mode DCE
or DTE (see previous command, chap. 4.6.1, x21_mode).
Default value is auto.
Syntax:
x21_clocking <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [port number (1, 2)]
Param2:
For DCE: [T2, T2T4, T1T2, T1T2T1T4, T2T1T4, T1T2T4, auto, ?]
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For DTE: [T1, T2, T4, T2T4, T2T1, T4T1, T2T4T1, T2T1T2, T4T1T4,
T2T4T1T2, T2T4T1T4, auto, ?]
The assignment of the parameter auto also depends on the selected mode (DCE, DTE, see 4.6.1).
DCE: auto = T2T4
DTE: auto = T4T1T4
except for RS422: auto = T2T1T2
Response:
-
set X.21 port clocking
x21_clocking [port] [clocking]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request X.21 port clocking
x21_clocking [port] ?: [clocking][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
x21_clocking [port] [clocking]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.7.3
X.21 Protocol Format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.7.3
Command to set and get the protocol format for one of the ports on the X.21 interface.
Valid modes are RS-422, V.11, EIA-530A, EIA-530, X.21, V.35, RS-449, V.36, RS-232.
Default value is X.21.
Syntax:
x21_prot <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [port number (1, 2)]
Param2: [RS-422, V.11, EIA-530A, EIA-530, X.21, V.35, RS-449,
V.36, RS-232, ?]
Response:
-
set X.21 port protocol format
x21_prot [port] [format]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request X.21 port protocol format
x21_prot [port] ?: [format][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
x21_prot [port] [format]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.7.4
X.21 Dual Port Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.7.4
Command to enable or disable the X.21 interface dual port mode. If enabled, the audio bit stream will
be transmitted on both ports of the X.21 interface.
Default value is OFF.
Syntax:
x21_dualport <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
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set X.21 dualport mode
x21_dualport [on, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request X.21 dualport mode
x21_dualport ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
x21_dualport [on, off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.8
E1 Commands
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the E1 PCI interface
which is implemented only in the Centauri 3500.
3.8.1
E1-X.21 Bit Rates
Command to select the bit rate for each of the two E1-X.21 ports.
Syntax:
e1_x21bitrate <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [port] 1 for X.21/A, 2 for X.21/B
Param2: [bit rate]
n*64000, 0<n<31
Response:
-
set E1-X.21 bit rate
e1_x21bitrate [port] [bit rate] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request E1-X.21 bit rate
e1_x21bitrate [port] ? : [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
e1_x21bitrate [port] [bit rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]
3.8.2
E1 Timeslot Assignment
Command to assign the E1 timeslots to selectable destinations, respectively to get the timeslot
assignment for all interfaces.
The specific timeslots of the particular interfaces are represented by a 16 digit hex code. The following
table shows the possible parameters for a timeslot/interface combination.
Note: For setting a timeslot as not assigned, the value of the parameter is FFFF.
Syntax:
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e1_timeslot <param1> <param2>
Parameter
Set:
Param1: [destination interface]
Param2: [source interface]
Request:
Param1: [?]
(no second parameter)
Response:
-
set timeslot mode
e1_timeslot [destination] [source] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
e1_timeslot
address]>
error
[destination]
[source]
:
error
[errno]
[CR][LF]
[IP
request timeslot mode for all interfaces
e1_timeslot ? : [modi for all timeslots and interfaces] [CR]
[LF][IP address]
3.8.3
E1 Channel Group Assignment
Command to assign a destination interface, bit rate and channel group to a source interface.
Syntax:
e1_group <param1> <param2> <param3> <param4>
Parameter
Param1: [destination interface] (codec, D_I, DS2, X.21/A,X.21/B)
Param2: [bit rate]
Param3: [channel group]
Param4: [source interface]
(codec, D_I, DS2, X.21/A,X.21/B, none)
Response:
-
set assignment
e1_group [destination] [bit rate] [group] [source] : ok [CR][LF][IP
address]>
error
e1_group [destination] [bit rate]
[errno] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
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3.8.4
E1 Sync Source
Command to select the synchronisation source for the E1 interface.
Syntax:
e1_sync <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ds2, d_i,ts2, free]
Response:
-
set sync source
e1_sync [param1] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request sync source
e1_sync ? : [param1] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
e1_sync [param1] : error [err no] [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.8.5
E1 CAS Mode
Command to connect CAS (Channel Associated Signaling) to E1 and select a mode for CAS.
Syntax:
e1_casmode <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [port] 1 for X.21/A, 2 for X.21/B
Param2: [stream]
ds2, d_i
Param3: [mode,?] inactive, send_only, send_receive, receive_pass, receive_send1, loop
Response:
-
set CAS mode
e1_casmode [port][stream][mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request CAS mode
e1_casmode [port][stream] ? : [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
e1_casmode [port][stream][mode]:error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.8.6
E1 CAS Master
Command to choose between master and slave mode of the CAS.
Syntax:
e1_casmaster <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set CAS master
e1_casmaster [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request CAS master
e1_casmaster ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
e1_casmaster [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9
Ethernet and IP Commands
The following section describes commands and requests to control the Centauri Gateway’s
network functions. Sub addressing is possible, see chapter 2.4.
NOTE
3.9.1
Audio Over IP functions are not available for Centauri 20xx and Cetauri 3500.
IP Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.1
Command to set and get the Centauri’s IP address for the first or only network interface card. This
address is also used as a Unit ID. It should be unique in one installation environment. This address
can also be accessed using the common command com_address (chapter 3.2.1).
Default value is 10.0.0.10 .
Syntax:
ip_address <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [address, ?]
Response:
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set IP Address
ip_address [address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request IP Address
ip_address ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_address [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.2
IP Subnet Mask
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.2
Command to set and get the IP subnet mask of the default network gateway for the Centauri’s first or
only network interface card.
Default value is 255.255.255.0 .
Syntax:
ip_netmask <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [mask, ?]
Response:
-
set IP subnet mask
ip_netmask [mask]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP subnet mask
ip_netmask ?: [mask][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_netmask [mask]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.3
IP Gateway Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.3
Command to set and get the IP address of the default network gateway for the Centauri’s first or only
network interface card. This value is set only if a network gateway is used.
Default value is 255.255.255.255 .
Syntax:
ip_gateway <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, ?]
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Response:
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set IP gateway address
ip_gateway [ip address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP gateway address
ip_gateway ?: [ip address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_gateway [ip address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.4
IP Domain Name Server (DNS) Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.4
Command to set and get the IP address of the domain name server for the Centauri’s first or only
network interface card. This value is only set if a domain name server is used.
Default value is 255.255.255.255 .
Syntax:
ip_dnsserver <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, ?]
Response:
-
set IP DNS address
ip_dnsserver [ip address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP DNS address
ip_dnsserver ?: [ip address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_dnsserver [ip address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.5
IP SNMP Manager Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.11
Command to set and get the SNMP manager’s IP address.
This address will be used as the destination for SNMP traps and is valid for all available network
interface cards. This value is only set if SNMP is enabled and traps are used to indicate certain
events.
Default value is 255.255.255.255 .
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Syntax:
ip_snmpmanager <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, ?]
Response:
-
set SNMP manager address
ip_snmpmanager [ip address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request SNMP manager address
ip_snmpmanager ?: [ip address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_snmpmanager [ip address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.6
IP Address (Network Interface Card #2)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.5
Command to set and get the IP address of the Centauri’s second network interface card (if the
optional card is installed).
Default value is 10.0.1.10 .
Syntax:
ip_address2 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [address, ?]
Response:
-
set IP Address
ip_address2 [address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP Address
ip_address2 ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_address2 [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.7
IP Subnet Mask (Network Interface Card #2)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.6
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Command to set and get the IP subnet mask of the Centauri’s default network gateway for the second
network interface card (if the optional card is installed).
Default value is 255.255.255.0 .
Syntax:
ip_netmask2 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [mask, ?]
Response:
-
set IP subnet mask
ip_netmask2 [mask]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP subnet mask
ip_netmask2 ?: [mask][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_netmask2 [mask]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.8
IP Gateway Address (Network Interface Card #2)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.7
Command to set and get the IP address of the default network gateway for the Centauri’s second
network interface card (if the optional card is installed). This value only has to be set if a network
gateway is used.
Default value is 255.255.255.255 .
Syntax:
ip_gateway2 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, ?]
Response:
-
set IP gateway address
ip_gateway2 [ip address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP gateway address
ip_gateway2 ?: [ip address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_gateway2 [ip address]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.9.9
IP Domain Name Server (DNS) Address (Network Interface Card #2)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.8
Command to set and get the IP address of the domain name server for the Centauri’s second network
interface card (if the optional card is installed). This value only has to be set if a domain name server is
used.
Default value is 255.255.255.255 .
Syntax:
ip_dnsserver2 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ip address, ?]
Response:
-
set IP DNS address
ip_dnsserver2 [ip address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP DNS address
ip_dnsserver2 ?: [ip address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_dnsserver2 [ip address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.10 UDP Broadcast Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.9
Command to set and get the UDP broadcast mode. If switched to ON, all UDP Audio datagrams will
be addressed to the IP broadcast address (255.255.255.255) and UDP broadcast datagram reception
will be enabled. Be careful using this one. Note that broadcast and multicast cannot be used at the
same time.
Default value is OFF.
Syntax:
ip_broadcast <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
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set IP DNS address
ip_broadcast [on, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request IP DNS address
ip_broadcast ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_broadcast [on, off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.11 IP Audio Port
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.10
Command to set and get the IP audio port number. The Centauri Gateway uses different IP ports for
audio over IP transportation. The Audio Port is the beginning of the uninterrupted block of port
numbers to be used.
A table of the port numbers and the assigned audio bit stream formats is available in the appendix c
of this manual.
Default value is 2001.
Syntax:
ip_audioport <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [port number, ?]
Response:
-
set IP DNS address
ip_audioport [port]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP DNS address
ip_audioport ?: [port][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_audioport [port]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.12 IP Network Transfer Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.14
Command to set and get the addressed network interface card’s transfer rate.
The interface cards are able to automatically detect the network transfer rate, but in certain
circumstances it may be necessary to switch off the auto-sensing mode.
Default value is auto.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [nic number]
Network Interface Card : 1 = first, 2 = second, …
Param2: [auto, 10, 100, ?]
Response:
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set IP transferrate
ip_transferrate [nic] [transfer rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request IP transferrate
ip_transferrate ?: [nic] [transfer rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_transferrate [nic] [transfer rate]: error [err no] [CR][LF][IP
address]>
It is recommended to reboot the Centauri after changing the parameter for the nic-address for it will
not affect until then.
3.9.13 Ethernet Interface Duplex Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.15
Command to set and get the addressed network interface card’s duplex mode.
The interface cards are able to automatically detect the corresponding network device’s duplex mode,
but under certain circumstances it may be necessary to switch off the auto-sensing mode.
Default value is auto.
Syntax:
ip_duplex <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [nic number]
Network Interface Card : 1 = first, 2 = second, …
Param2: [auto, half, full, ?]
Response:
-
set NIC duplex mode
ip_duplex [nic] [duplex mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request NIC duplex mode
ip_duplex ?: [nic] [duplex mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_duplex [nic] [duplex mode]: error [err no] [CR][LF][IP
address]>
It is recommended to reboot the Centauri after changing the parameter for the nic-address for it will
not affect until then.
3.9.14 SNMP Trap Version
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.16
Command to set and get the SNMP trap format version. SNMP Traps are signals transmitted by the
Centauri to the SNMP manager (if the SNMP option is available and the traps are enabled). Two
protocol versions are available and can be selected by using this command.
Default value is V1.
Syntax:
ip_snmptraps <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [nic number]
Network Interface Card : 1 = first, 2 = second, …
Param2: [V1, V2, V11*, V21*, ?]
*
newer version
Response:
-
set SNMP trap protocol version
ip_snmptraps [nic] [version]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request SNMP trap protocol version
ip_snmptraps ?: [nic] [version][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_snmptraps [nic] [version]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.15 IP Packet Size
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.18
Command to set and get the size of IP datagrams. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
Default value is 1. Setting this parameter to 1 switches the device into N/ACIP compliant
packet size mode. The following packet sizes are applied:
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Syntax:
ip_packetsize <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [size (in byte), ?]
Response:
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set IP audio datagram size
ip_packetsize [size]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request IP audio datagram size
ip_packetsize ?: [size][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_packetsize [size]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.16 IP Packet size mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.19
Command to set and get the mode of IP packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
VAR(default mode) specifiy that an IP datagram is send out if payload size has reached packet size.
FIX specify that the payload size of an IP datagram is equal packet size. SYN specify that the payload
size of an IP datagram is equal packet size and IP datagrams are send out with a constant frequency.
Please note that FIX and SYN has to be used ONLY for MPEG algorithms!
Syntax:
ip_packetsizemode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [var, fix, syn, ?]
Response:
-
set IP audio datagram mode
ip_packetsizemode [var, fix, syn, ?]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request IP audio datagram mode
ip_packetsizemode ?: [var, fix, syn][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_packetsizemode [var, fix, syn]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.17 IP Protocol mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.28
Command to set and get the mode of IP protocol mode. This value is only valid for IP audio
datagrams.
Default value is RTP.
Syntax:
ip_protocolmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [rtp, udp, tcp, ?]
Response:
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set IP audio datagram mode
ip_protoclmode [rtp, udp, tcp, ?]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP audio datagram mode
ip_protocolmode ?: [rtp, udp, tcp][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_protocolmode [rtp, udp, tcp]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.18 IP Time to Live for TCP
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.22
Command to restrict the livetime of a tcp-packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
ip_ttltcp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
-
set tcp audio datagram livetime
ip_ttltcp [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request tcp audio datagram livetime
ip_ttltcp ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_ttltcp [seconds]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.19 IP Time to Live for UDP
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.23
Command to restrict the livetime of a udp-packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
ip_ttludp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
-
set tcp audio datagram livetime
ip_ttludp [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request tcp audio datagram livetime
ip_ttludp ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_ttludp [seconds]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.20 IP Time to Live for Multicast
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.24
Command to restrict the livetime of a Multicast-packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
The parameter defines the number of router, that will pass on the packet. Default value is 20. Entering
a '0’ will also set the default value. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
ip_ttlmulticast <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..255, ?]
Response:
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ip_ttlmulticast [no of routers]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request number of routers to pass on the packet
ip_ttlmulticast ?: [no of routers][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_ttlmulticast [no of routers]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.21 IP Type of Service for TCP
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.25
Command to set the type of service for a tcp-packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Please Note: The device has to be rebooted for this setting to take effect!
Syntax:
ip_tostcp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [param as int value, ?]
Response:
-
set type of service for tcp
ip_tostcp [int value for ToS]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request type of service for tcp
ip_tostcp?: [int value for ToS][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_tostcp [int value for ToS]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
<param as int value>:
Precedence
LowLatency
High troughput
High reliability
Low cost
reserved
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(Bit 5-7) :
0 Normal
1 Priority
2 Immediate
3 Flash
4 Flash overwrite
5 CRITIC/ECP
6 Internet control
7 Network control
(Bit 4)
(Bit 3)
(Bit 2)
(Bit 1)
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PARAM = 0:
NORMAL TRAFFIC
IP-PACKET FORMAT:
V
HL ToS Tlen ID
F FO TTL
Precedence
PRECEDENCE
Network control
Internet control
CRITIC/ECP
Flash overwrite
Flash
IMMEDIATE
Priority
Normal
V
P HC
Type of Service
BIT FLAGS
111
110
101
100
011
010
VALUE
7
6
5
4
3
2
001
000
1
0
HL ToS Tlen ID
F FO TTL
Precedence
SA
P HC
DA
Payload
0
NOTES
SA
Type of Service
DA
Payload
0
TYPE OF SERVICE BIT FLAGS VALUE
NOTES
Low Latency
1000
8
Telnet keystrokes, FTP commands and other urgent data
High Throughput
0100
4
FTP downloads, backups and other bandwidth-sensitive
applications
High Reliability
0010
2
File-sharing database updates and any UDP-based
transactions
Low Cost
0001
1
NNTP newsfeeds and other nonessential traffic
Normal
0000
0
Normal traffic
Figure 1: Type of Service
3.9.22 IP Type of Service for UDP
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.26
Command to set the type of service for a udp-packet. This value is only valid for IP audio datagrams.
Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Please Note: The device has to be rebooted for this setting to take effect!
Syntax:
ip_tosudp <param1>
Parameter:
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Response:
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set type of service for udp
ip_tosudp [int value for ToS]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request type of service for udp
ip_tosudp ?: [int value for ToS][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_tosudp [int value for ToS]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
For parameter description see chapter 4.8.19, IP Type of Service for tcp.
3.9.23 IP SAP Talk Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.20
Command to set and get the Centauri’s SAP (Session Announcement Protocol) talk address.
The string expresses the dottet internet notation plus the port number e.g. 224.2.127.254:9875
(default)
Syntax:
ip_saptalkaddress <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [address:port, ?]
Response:
-
set IP SAP Talk Address
ip_saptalkaddress [address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP SAP Talk Address
ip_saptalkaddress ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_saptalkaddress [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.24 IP SAP Listen Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.21
Command to set and get the Centauri’s SAP listen address. The string expresses the dottet internet
notation plus the port number e.g. 224.2.127.254:9875 (default)
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [address:port, ?]
Response:
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set IP SAP Listen Address
ip_saplistenaddress [address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP SAP Listen Address
ip_saplistenaddress ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_saplistenaddress [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.25 IP SAP Sourcelist
SNMP-OID : not available in SNMP
Command to get a list of active encoders supplying a SAP announcement in that network segment.
The parameter <param1> is used as an index to distinguish between the announcements. The end of
the list is reached if an request is answered with an empty character string. The answer has the
following structure:
a) Header, consisting of
4 Byte Headerlength
4 Byte SAP Hash-ID
8 Byte Originating source ip address
4 Byte Payload Length
b) Payload (e.g. SDP information)
Syntax:
ip_sapsourcelist <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Index ?]
Response:
-
request IP SAP Source List
ip_sapsourcelist [Index] ?: [sap source list][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.26 IP SAP Transmission Interval
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.27
Command to set and get the Centauri’s SAP (Session Announcement Protocol) time(in seconds) to
elapse between two announcements are sent. (Default is one second)
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Syntax:
ip_sapinterval <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
-
set IP SAP Transmission Interval
ip_sapinterval [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP SAP Transmission Interval
ip_sapinterval ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_sapinterval [address]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.27 IP FTP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.30
Command to activate or deactivate the ftp server.
Syntax:
ip_serviceftp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set FTP Service activity
ip_serviceftp [clisrv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request FTP Service activity
ip_serviceftp ?: [clisrv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_serviceftp [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.28 IP NTP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.31
Command to activate or deactivate the NTP client.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set NTP Service activity
ip_servicentp [clisrv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request NTP Service activity
ip_servicentp ?: [clisrv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicentp [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.29 IP SNMP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.32
Command to activate or deactivate the SNMP server.
Syntax:
ip_servicesnmp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set SNMP Service activity
ip_servicesnmp [clisrv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request SNMP Service activity
ip_servicesnmp ?: [clisrv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicesnmp [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.30 IP Remote Control Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.33
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the remote control service
Syntax:
ip_servicerc <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]
Response:
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set Telnet Service activity
ip_servicerc [clisrv, cli, srv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request Telnet Service activity
ip_servicerc ?: [clisrv, cli, srv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicerc [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.31 IP PING Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.34
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the PING service.
Syntax:
ip_serviceping <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, cli, off, ?]
Response:
-
set PING Service activity
ip_serviceping [clisrv, cli, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request PING Service activity
ip_serviceping ?: [clisrv, cli, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_serviceping [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.32 IP UDP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.35
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the UDP service.
Syntax:
ip_serviceudp <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]
Response:
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set UDP Service activity
ip_serviceudp [clisrv, cli, srv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request UDP Service activity
ip_serviceudp ?: [clisrv, cli, srv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_serviceudp [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.33 IP TCP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.36
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the TCP service.
Syntax:
ip_servicetcp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set TCP Service activity
ip_servicetcp [clisrv, cli, srv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request TCP Service activity
ip_servicetcp ?: [clisrv, cli, srv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicetcp [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.34 IP RTP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.37
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the RTP service.
Syntax:
ip_servicertp <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]
Response:
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set RTP Service activity
ip_servicertp [clisrv, cli, srv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request RTP Service activity
ip_servicertp ?: [clisrv, cli, srv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicertp [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.35 IP HTTP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.38
Command to activate or deactivate the HTTP service.
Syntax:
ip_servicehttp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set HTTP Service activity
ip_servicehttp [clisrv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request HTTP Service activity
ip_servicehttp ?: [clisrv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicehttp [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.36 IP SAP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.38
Command to activate or deactivate the SAP service.
Syntax:
ip_servicesap <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, off, ?]
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Response:
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set SAP Service activity
ip_servicesap [clisrv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request SAP Service activity
ip_servicesap ?: [clisrv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicesap [clisrv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.37 IP RTSP Service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.40
FOR FUTURE USE: Command to activate or deactivate the RTSP service.
Syntax:
ip_servicertsp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]
Response:
-
set RTSP Service activity
ip_servicertsp [clisrv, cli, srv, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request RTSP Service activity
ip_servicertsp ?: [clisrv, cli, srv, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_servicertsp [clisrv, cli, srv, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.38 IP RTP Table
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41
The IP RTP Table contains several entries to get RTP statistics e.g packet loss, jitter, etc.
3.9.39 IP RTP Table - Object
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.1.i.k
Command to select the RTP source to gather information from. Default is 1.
In SNMP this entry functioned as a main index.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [index, ?]
Response:
-
set RTP Object for subsequent commands
ip_rtprobject [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request RTP Object
ip_rtprobject ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtprobject [index, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.40 IP RTP Table – Receiver-SSRC
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.2.i.k
Command to select the source identifier for a RTP object to gather information from.
In SNMP this entry functioned as a sub index.
Syntax:
ip_rtprssrc <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ssrc, ?]
Response:
-
set SSRC for a RTP Object for subsequent commands
ip_rtprssrc [ssrc]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request RTP Object SSRC
ip_rtprssrc ?: [ssrc][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtprssrc [ssrc, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.41 IP RTP Table – Bind
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.3.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the ip address to which a RTP Object was bound.
Syntax:
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ip_rtpbind <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request RTP Object bind address
ip_rtpbind ?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpbind [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.42 IP RTP Table – Lost Packets
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.4.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the amount of lost packets from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtplop <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request lost packets from a RTP receiver
ip_rtplop ?: [lost packets][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtplop [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.43 IP RTP Table – Sequence Errors
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.5.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the amount of sequence errors from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpseq <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
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request sequence errors from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpseq ?: [sequence errors][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtpseq [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.44 IP RTP Table – Double Packets
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.6.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the amount of packets received twice(or more) from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpdou <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request double packets from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpseq ?: [doubles][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpseq [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.45 IP RTP Table – Dropped Packets
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.7.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the amount of dropped packets from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpdrp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request dropped packets from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpdrp ?: [dropped][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtpdrp [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.9.46 IP RTP Table – Delay Factor
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.8.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the delay between two received packets from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpdf <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request dropped packets from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpdf ?: [dropped][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtpdf [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.47 IP RTP Table – Jitter
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.9.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the network jitter from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpjtr <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request jitter from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpjtr ?: [jitter][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpjtr [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.48 IP RTP Table – Input Bitrate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.10.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the input bitrate from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
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ip_rtpibr <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request input bitrate from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpibr ?: [bitrate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpibr [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.49 IP RTP Table – Output Bitrate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.11.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the output bitrate from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpobr <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request output bitrate from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpobr ?: [bitrate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtpobr [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.50 IP RTP Table – Name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.12.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the SSRC’s device name from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtprname <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
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request device name from a RTP receiver
ip_rtprname ?: [bitrate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtprname [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.51 IP RTP Table – Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.41.1.13.i.k (i=RTP-Object, k=RSSRC)
Command to request the SSRC’s device IP-Address from a RTP receiver.
Syntax:
ip_rtpraddress <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request device ip address from a RTP receiver
ip_rtpraddress ?: [bitrate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpraddress [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.52 IP RTP First Receiver SSRC
SNMP-OID : not available in SNMP
Command to request for the first available source identifier.
Syntax:
ip_rtpfirstrssrc <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request first SSRC
ip_rtpfirstrssrc ?: [ssrc][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_rtpfirstrssrc [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.9.53 IP RTP Next Receiver SSRC
SNMP-OID : not available in SNMP
Command to request for the next available source identifier after a preceding request asks for the first
one.
Syntax:
ip_rtpnextrssrc <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request first SSRC
ip_rtpnextrssrc ?: [ssrc][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ip_rtpnextrssrc [?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.54 IP Restart
SNMP-OID : not available in SNMP
Command to activate or deactivate reinitialize IP-stack.
Syntax:
ip_restart <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, 2, 3, ?]
0: (default) change from 2 to 0 reinitialize IP-Stack, if parameter changed
1: reinitialize IP-Stack
2: no reinitialize IP-Stack, if parameter changed
3: set value to 0 without reinitialize IP-Stack
Response:
-
request first SSRC
ip_restart ?: [0, 1, 2][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_restart [0, 1, 2, 3, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.9.55 IP DHCP service
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.46
Command to activate dhcp client. DHCP client is available for Sporty, FMII, C11 and IO.
Syntax:
ip_servicedhcp <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [cli, off, ?]
Response:
-
set IP SAP Listen Address
ip_servicedhcp [cli, off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request IP SAP Listen Address
ip_servicedhcp ?: [cli, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_servicedhcp [cli, off, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.56 IP MAC address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.47
Command to get the MAC address of the corresponding network interface card (NIC).
Syntax:
ip_macaddress <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request MAC address
ip_macaddress ?: [MAC address][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.57 IP SMTP Table
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48
The IP SMTP Table contains several entries to configure the SMTP(email) service.
For further details please consult the MIB
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3.9.58 IP SMTP Table - MainIndex
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.1.i.k
Not available as remote command.
3.9.59 IP SMTP Table - SubIndex
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.2.i.k
Not available as remote command.
3.9.60 IP SMTP Table – Server Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.3.i.k
Command to set a Mail Server address which handles the mail requests.
Syntax:
ip_smtpserver <param1><param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [subindex]
Param2: [address, ?]
Response:
-
set mail server address
ip_smtpserver [subindex][address]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mail server address
ip_smtpserver [subindex]?: [address][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpserver [subindex][address, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.9.61 IP SMTP Table – �TO’ receiver
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.4.i.k
Command to set the email receiver.
Syntax:
ip_smtpto <param1><param2>
Parameter:
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Param1: [subindex]
Param2: [name, ?]
Response:
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set name of email receiver
ip_smtpto [subindex][name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request name for email receiver
ip_smtpto [subindex] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpto [subindex][name, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.62 IP SMTP Table – �CC’ receiver
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.5.i.k
Command to set an email carbon copy receiver.
Syntax:
ip_smtpcc <param1><param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [subindex]
Param2: [name, ?]
Response:
-
set name of an email carbon copy receiver
ip_smtpcc [subindex][name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request name for an email carbon copy receiver
ip_smtpcc [subindex] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpcc [subindex][name, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.63 IP SMTP Table – Sender Name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.6.i.k
Command to set an email senders name.
Syntax:
ip_smtpfrom <param1><param2>
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Parameter:
Param1: [subindex]
Param2: [name, ?]
Response:
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set sender name of an email
ip_smtpfrom [subindex][name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request sender name of an email
ip_smtpfrom [subindex] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpfrom [subindex][name, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.64 IP SMTP Table – File Attachments
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.48.1.7.i.k
Command to attach files to an email.
Syntax:
ip_smtpfile <param1><param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [subindex]
Param2: [name, ?]
Response:
-
set email file attachments
ip_smtpfile [subindex][name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request email file attachments
ip_smtpfile [subindex] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpfile [subindex][name, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.65 IP SMTP Send EMail
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.49
Command to send an email.
Syntax:
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ip_smtpsend <param1><param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [index]
Param2: [subject]
Response:
-
Send an email with subject
ip_smtpsend [index][subject]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_smtpsend [index][subject]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.9.66 IP SNMP Table
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.50
The IP SNMP Table contains several entries to manage SNMP access rights..
For further details please consult the MIB
3.9.67 IP SMTP Table - Index
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.50.1.1.i
Not available as remote command.
3.9.68 IP SMTP Table - Address
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.50.1.2.i
Not available as remote command.
3.9.69 IP SMTP Table - Mask
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.50.1.3.i
Not available as remote command.
3.9.70 IP SMTP Table - Access
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.50.1.4.i
Not available as remote command.
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3.9.71 IP VLAN (IEEE 802.1Q)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.6.51
Command to control priority, canonical format indicator and VLAN identifier for VLAN. This value is
only valid for IP audio datagrams. Subaddressing possible, see chapter 2.4.
Syntax:
ip_vlan <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [param as 16bit value, ?]
priority(3bit), canonical format indicator(1bit), VLAN identifier(12bit)
Response:
-
set VLAN
ip_vlan [16bit value for VLAN]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request VLAN
ip_vlan ?: [16bit value for VLAN][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
ip_vlan [16bit value for VLAN]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10 Audio Commands
The commands and requests in this section control the Centauri Gateway’s audio interface hardware
as well as audio detection, delay and attenuation parameters.
3.10.1 AES Output Clocking Source
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.1
Command to set and get the AES/EBU output clocking source. The Centauri’s audio system has
several options for clocking the digital audio outputs.
The audio system is equipped with two clock input interfaces
•
External AES Sync
•
Internal word clock input
The system is also able to use the digital input interface’s clock signal as a reference for the digital
output and the audio system is equipped with its own reference clock generator, so the Centauri can
act as a clock master for a AES audio network.
The following table shows the possible settings.
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CLOCK SOURCE
internal clock generator
AES Sync Input
digital audio input (AES In, TOSLink In)
internal wordclock input
PARAMETER VALUE
clock
AESSync
S/PDif
WCIn
Table 36: Parameter values for AES output clocking
Syntax:
Audio_AESSFSource <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Clock, AESSync, S/PDIF, WCIn*, ?]
*) for future use
Response:
-
set AES clocking source
Audio_AESSFSource [interface]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request AES clocking source
Audio_AESSFSource ?: [interface][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
Audio_AESSFSource [interface]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.2 AES Output Sample Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.2
If the AES Output Clock source is switched to clock, this command selects the internal clock
generator’s clock rate.
Syntax:
Audio_AESSF <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [32000, 44100, 48000, 88200, 96000, ?]
Response:
-
set AES internal clock rate
Audio_AESSF [clock rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request AES internal clock rate
Audio_AESSF ?: [clock rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
Audio_AESSF [clock rate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.10.3 ADAT Master Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.3
Command to enable or disable the ADAT Master Mode. If enabled, the Centauri acts as a clock
master for the ADAT audio interface.
Note: For the Merk II the ADAT-Mastermode is initially enabled and can not be disabled.
Syntax:
Audio_ADATMaster <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0, 1, ?]
Response:
-
set ADAT master mode
Audio_ADATMaster [0, 1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ADAT master mode
Audio_ADATMaster ?: [0, 1][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_ADATMaster [0, 1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.4 Audio Input Gain
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.4
Command to set and get the input gain for the analog input. This command controls the ADC chip’s
analog input attenuation / amplification in steps of 0.5 dB u. A value of 128 is equal to 0 dB u, 130
represents an amplification of 1 dBu, 126 an attenuation of –1 dBu.
Syntax:
Audio_InGain <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 255, ?]
Response:
-
set analog audio input gain
Audio_InGain [gain]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request analog audio input gain
Audio_InGain ?: [gain][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
Audio_InGain [gain]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.5 Audio Output Gain
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.5
Command to set and get the output gain for the analog output. This command controls the
DAC chip’s analog output attenuation / amplification in steps of 0.5 dB u. A value of 127 is
equal to 0 dBu, 129 represents an amplification of 1 dBu, 127 an attenuation of –1 dBu.
Syntax:
Audio_OutGain <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 255, ?]
Response:
-
set analog audio output gain
Audio_OutGain [gain]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request analog audio output gain
Audio_OutGain ?: [gain][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_OutGain [gain]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.6 Audio Input Channel
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.6
Command to set and get the input channel for mono mode input. If mono is selected as the encoder
channel mode, this command selects which audio input channel will be encoded. Available modes are
left, right and mixed. This parameter has no effect for stereo mode encoding.
Default value is mixed.
Syntax:
Audio_InChannel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [left, right, mixed, stereo*, adat4*, adat6*, adat8*, ?]
Response:
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select mono input channel
Audio_InChannel [channel]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mono input channel
Audio_InChannel ?: [channel][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_InChannel [channel]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
This command has effect on the Encoder Master Volume. With the parameter left, the Encoder
Master Volume Right is set to 0. Respectively the parameter right will set the Encoder Master
Volume Left to 0. Using the parameter mixed (just with encoder mode mono), both channels of the
Encoder Master Volume are set to half of its range.
*
only for request
3.10.7 Audio Output Channel
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.7
Command to set and get the Output channel for mono mode output. If mono is selected as the
decoder channel mode, this command selects the audio output channel for the decoded signal.
Available modes are left, right and mixed. Mixed in this case stands for outputting the signal on
both channels. This parameter has no effect for stereo mode encoding.
Default value is mixed.
Syntax:
Audio_OutChannel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [left, right, mixed, stereo*, adat4*, adat6*, adat8*, ?]
Response:
-
select mono output channel
Audio_OutChannel [channel]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mono output channel
Audio_OutChannel ?: [channel][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_OutChannel [channel]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*
only for request
3.10.8 Audio Output Delay
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.8
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Command to set and get the size of the Audio Output Delay buffer for the current interface in
milliseconds. This buffer is provided in order to prevent audio interruptions caused by variations in the
audio datagram transport time of internet or intranet connections.
This delay function can also be used to compensate time offsets between two different signals, e.g.
audio and video.
NOTE: Setting a non-zero value introduces an effective coding delay. When working in full-duplex
mode such as performing an interview large delays may make conversation difficult.
Default value is 0.
Syntax:
Audio_Delay <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 5000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
-
set audio output delay
Audio_Delay [delay time]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output delay
Audio_Delay ?: [delay time][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_Delay [delay time]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.9 Audio Output Delay ISDN
Same as 4.9.8 but in particular for ISDN interface.
Syntax:
Audio_DelayISDN <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 5000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
-
set audio output delay
Audio_DelayISDN [delay time]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output delay
Audio_DelayISDN ?: [delay time][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
Audio_DelayISDN [delay time]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.10
Audio Output Delay NET
Same as 4.9.8 but in particular for NET interface.
Syntax:
Audio_DelayNET <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 5000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
-
set audio output delay
Audio_DelayNET [delay time]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output delay
Audio_DelayNET ?: [delay time][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_DelayNET [delay time]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.11
Audio Output Delay X21
Same as 4.9.8 but in particular for X21 interface.
Syntax:
Audio_DelayX21 <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 5000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
-
set audio output delay
Audio_DelayX21 [delay time]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output delay
Audio_DelayX21 ?: [delay time][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_DelayX21 [delay time]: error[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.10.12
Audio Detect Level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.9
Command to set and get the audio detect level in dB fs. This parameter is part of an audio input and
output supervision function. The Centauri’s audio system is able to monitor the audio input and to
indicate, whether audio has started or stopped.
An audio signal is deemed as having started when it exceeds a defined signal level for a defined
period of time. The signal level is called the audio detect level while the duration is called the audio
detect time.
Default value is 0.
Syntax:
Audio_DetectLevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [-100 .. 0, ?] (in dBfs)
Response:
-
set audio detect level
Audio_DetectLevel [level]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio detect level
Audio_DetectLevel ?: [level][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_DetectLevel [level]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.13
Audio Detect Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.10
Command to set and get the audio detect duration in milliseconds.
Default value is –1 (function is disabled).
Syntax:
Audio_DetectTime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [-1..2000000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
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set audio detect duration
Audio_DetectTime [duration]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio detect duration
Audio_DetectTime ?: [duration][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_DetectTime [duration]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.14
Audio Lost Level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.11
Command to set and get the audio lost level in dB fs. This parameter is part of an audio input and
output supervision function. The Centauri’s audio system is able to monitor the audio input and to
indicate, whether audio has started or stopped.
An audio signal is deemed as having stopped when it is below a defined signal level for a defined
period of time. The signal level is called the audio lost level while the duration is called the audio lost
time.
Default value is 0.
Syntax:
Audio_LostLevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [-100 .. 0, ?] (in dBfs)
Response:
-
set audio stop level
Audio_LostLevel [level]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio stop level
Audio_LostLevel ?: [level][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_LostLevel [level]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.15
Audio Lost Time
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.12
Command to set and get the audio lost duration in milliseconds.
Default value is –1 (function is disabled).
Syntax:
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Audio_LostTime <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [-1..2000000, ?] (in mSec)
Response:
-
set audio lost duration
Audio_LostTime [duration]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio lost duration
Audio_LostTime ?: [duration][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_LostTime [duration]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.16
Audio Valid
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.13
Command to request whether the audio IN signal is valid or not, depending on the signal supervision
functions. The command will return “on” if audio IN is currently being detected by the Centauri. It will
return “off” if audio IN is not currently being detected.
Syntax:
Audio_Valid ?
Response:
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request audio valid
Audio_Valid ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.17
Audiolevel over IP
Command to send levelmeter information in a specified interval to a special UDP-address. At the
same time up to 10 different UDP-addresses can be provided. The interval is defined with the
parameter [timeout]*50 ms. Default value is [10] which defines an interval of 500 ms. To disable
the sending of information this parameter has to be [0]. Default value for [destination port] is
[ConfigurationPort + 60] (2000+60). If the �?’ is used as parameter and more than one UDP
address is available, a list of parameter sets is shown, separated with �;’.
Note: In this command the parameters exceptionally have to be separated by �:’ and �-�.
Order and structure of UDP-telegram : Telegram identification 270 (word)
Telegram length (word)
Number of EncLevelLeft (byte)
EncLevelLeft (Number of word)
Number of EncLevelRight (byte)
EncLevelRight (Number of word)
Number of DecLevelLeft (byte)
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DecLevelLeft (Number of word)
Number of DecLevelRight (byte)
DecLevelRight (Number of word)
Number is depending on the Centauris number of encoder/decoder .
Example: Although normally the numbers of en/decoders left/right are identic (for Centauri 2000/3000
up to two are possible, for other Centauris up to six), the following example shows the facilities of the
UDP-telegramm. In this example we have 5 encoder left, 4 encoder right, 5 decoder left and 7 decoder
right. These number values need 1 Byte while all others need 2 Byte (word). So with telegram
identification, telegram length, number information and levelmeter values the telegram has 27 entries
and a length of 50 Byte (23 x 2 Byte + 4 x 1 Byte).
DESCRIPTION
Telegram identification
Telegram length
Encoder left
Encoder right
Decoder left
Decoder right
NUMBER
VALUES
270
50 (23x2Byte + 4x1Byte)
70,71,72,63,60
50,55,65,55
60,62,63,67,70
60,65,64,63,60,55,57
5
4
5
7
Table 37: Example for UDP-telegram
Thus, the structure of this specific telegram would look like this:
Telegram
1
values
3
5
6
270 54 5
8
10
12
14
70 71 72 63 60
Encoder left
Number of
19 21 23 25 26 28
encoder/decoder
4 50 left/right
55 65 55 5 60 62
Encoder right
Decoder left
16
17
30
32
34
36
63 67 70 7
37
39
41
43
45
47
49
60 65 64 63 60
Byte 55
nr. 57
Decoder right
Figure 2: Example for UDP-telegram
Syntax:
Telegram
identification
audio_leveloip <Param1>:<Param2>-<Param3>
Levelmeter
information
Parameter:
Telegram
length Param1:
[UDP address]
Param2:[ destination Port]
Param3:[1..200000,0, ?]
Response:
-
set audiolevel over IP
audio_leveloip [UDP address]:[ destination port]-[timeout]: ok [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
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request audiolevel over IP
audio_leveloip [UDP address]:[ destination port]-[?]:[UDP address]: [
destination port]-[timeout] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_leveloip [UDP address]:[ destination port]-[timeout]: error [err
no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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no active levelmeter information
audio_leveloip [UDP address]:[ destination port]-[timeout]: [CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.10.18
Multi channel audio level over IP
Please refer to further informations in chapter 3.10.17. Audio level over IP or multi channel audio
level over IP are not available at the same time.
Order and structure of UDP-telegram for multi channel audio:
Telegram identification (270 + sub codec(chapter 2.5)) (word)
Telegram length (word)
Number of audio IN channels (byte)
Audio IN channels* (Number of word)
Number of reserved words (byte)
Number of reserved words (Number of word)
Number of audio OUT channels (byte)
Audio OUT channels* (Number of word)
Number of reserved words (byte)
Number of reserved words (Number of word)
*
codec left, codec right, line left, line right, adat 1, adat 2, adat 3, adat 4, adat 5, adat 6, adat 7,
adat 8 (adat contains level informations for the corresponding audio channels)
3.10.19
C11xx, Sporty and FMII audio level over IP
Please refer to further informations in chapter 3.10.17.
Order and structure of UDP-telegram for multi channel audio:
Telegram identification (269) (word)
Telegram length (word)
Number of audio IN channels (byte)
Audio IN channels* (Number of word)
Number of reserved words (byte)
Number of reserved words (Number of word)
Number of audio OUT channels (byte)
Audio OUT channels* (Number of word)
Number of reserved words (byte)
Number of reserved words (Number of word)
chan1, chan2, chan3, chan4 (FMII: input3/4 always 0; C11xx: input and output 3/4 always 0)
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Audio Inputs
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.14
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to get thel available audio inputs of an audiocard.
Syntax:
Audio_Inputs <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request audio inputs
Audio_Inputs ?: [audioinputs][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_Inputs ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
audioinputs is combination of zeros and ones, set for all available
inputs.Each character in the sequence stands for a specific
audiotype.The character one means the audio type exists.
1. zero or one for analog
2. zero or one for s/pdif
3. zero or one for aes/ebu
4. zero or one for toslink
5. zero or one for adat12
6. zero or one for adat34
7. zero or one for adat56
8. zero or one for adat78
9. zero or one for adat910
10. zero or one for adat1112
11. zero or one for adat1314
12. zero or one for adat1516
13. zero or one for adat1718
14. zero or one for adat1920
15. zero or one for adat2122
16. zero or one for adat2324
17. zero or one for adat14
18. zero or one for adat58
19. zero or one for adat16
20. zero or one for adat18
21. zero or one for net
22. zero or one for aes/ebu2
3.10.21
Audio Outputs
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.15
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These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs.
Command to get all available audio outputs.
Syntax:
Audio_Outputs <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
-
request audio outputs
Audio_Outputs ?: [audiooutputs][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_Outputs ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
audiooutputs is combination of zeros and ones, set for all available
outputs.Each character in the sequence stands for a specific
audiotype.The character one means the audio type exists.
1. zero or one for analog
2. zero or one for s/pdif
3. zero or one for aes/ebu
4. zero or one for toslink
5. zero or one for adat12
6. zero or one for adat34
7. zero or one for adat56
8. zero or one for adat78
9. zero or one for adat910
10. zero or one for adat1112
11. zero or one for adat1314
12. zero or one for adat1516
13. zero or one for adat1718
14. zero or one for adat1920
15. zero or one for adat2122
16. zero or one for adat2324
17. zero or one for adat14
18. zero or one for adat58
19. zero or one for adat16
20. zero or one for adat18
21. zero or one for net
22. zero or one for aes/ebu2
3.10.22
Audio Input Testsignal
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.16
These commands is itended for future use.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [?]
Response:
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set audio input testsignal
Audio_intestsignal [value] [name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio input testsignal
Audio_intestsignal ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_intestsignal ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.23
Audio Output Testsignal
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.17
These commands starts or stops a test signal
Syntax:
Audio_outtestsignal <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0,20..24000, ?] 0=stop
Response:
-
set audio output testsignal
Audio_outtestsignal [value] [name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio output testsignal
Audio_outtestsignal ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
Audio_outtestsignal ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.24
Sample rate converter (SRC) mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.20
Command to enable or disable all sample rate converter.
Please note that external clocks has to be used if SRC’s are disabled!
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [off, on, ?]
off: enable SRC’s
on: disable SRC’s
Response:
-
set SRC mode
Audio_srcoff [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request SRC mode
Audio_srcoff ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_srcoff [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.25
Professional mode for AES/EBU output
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.21
Command to enable or disable professional mode for AES/EBU output.
Syntax:
Audio_aesoutprof <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set professional mode
Audio_aesoutprof [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request professional mode
Audio_aesoutprof ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
Audio_aesoutprof [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.26
Audio gain
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.23
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C11.
Command to adjust audio ingain for each channel.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [1..2] (FM II, C11) [1..4] (Sporty)
Param2: [0..100, ?]
Response:
-
set gain
audio_gain [channel] [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request gain
audio_gain [channel] ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_gain [channel] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.27
Audio input
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.24
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C11.
Command to select audio input for each channel. AES is only available with C11. The mic parameters
are only available with FM II / Sporty / C115x / C116x / C119x.
Syntax:
audio_input <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [line, mic, mic+, aes, ?]
Response:
-
set input
audio_input [channel] [line, mic]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request input
audio_input [channel] ?: [line, mic][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_input [channel] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.10.28
Audio mic limiter
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.25
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C115x / C116x / C119x.
Command to enable or disable mic limiter for each channel.
Syntax:
audio_miclimit <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set mic limiter
audio_miclimit [channel] [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mic limiter
audio_miclimit [channel] ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_miclimit [channel] [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.10.29
Audio mic HP filter
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.26
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C115x / C116x / C119x.
Command to enable or disable mic HP filter for each channel.
Syntax:
audio_micHPf <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set mic filter
audio_micHPf [channel] [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request mic filter
audio_micHPf [channel] ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_micHPf [channel] [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.10.30
Audio mic phantom power
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.27
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C115x / C116x / C119x.
Command to enable or disable mic 48V switch for each channel.
Syntax:
audio_mic48V <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set mic 48V switch
audio_mic48V [channel] [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mic 48V switch
audio_mic48V [channel] ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_mic48V [channel] [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.10.31
Audio mic –20dB
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.28
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C115x / C116x / C119x.
Command to enable or disable mic –20dB switch for each channel.
Syntax:
audio_mic-20dB <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
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Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set mic –20dB switch
audio_mic-20dB [channel] [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request mic –20dB switch
audio_mic-20dB [channel] ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_mic-20dB [channel] [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.10.32
Audio line limiter
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.29
These commands are only available with FM II / Sporty / C11.
Command to enable or disable line limiter for each channel.
Syntax:
audio_linelimit <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [1..2]
Param2: [off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set line limiter
audio_linelimit [channel] [off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request line limiter
audio_linelimit [channel] ?: [off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_linelimit [channel] [off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.10.33
Audio headphone level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.30
These commands are only available with C11.
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Command to adjust headphone volume.
Syntax:
audio_hplevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [0..63, ?]
Response:
-
set headphone volume
audio_hplevel [0..63]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request headphone volume
audio_hplevel ?: [0..63][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_hplevel [0..63, ?]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.34
Audio headphone source
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.5.31
These commands are only available with C11 (not decoder only).
Command to select headphone source.
Syntax:
audio_hpsource <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [out, analogin, aesin, ?]
Response:
-
set headphone source
audio_hpsource [channel] [out, analogin, aesin]: ok [CR][LF][IP
address]>
-
request headphone source
audio_hpsource [channel] ?: [out, analogin, aesin][CR][LF][IP
address]>
-
error
audio_hpsource [channel] [out, analogin, aesin]: error [err no][CR]
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AES channel status
This command is only available on C11.
Command to enable or disable AES channel state.
Syntax:
audio_aesstate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set AES channel state
audio_aesstate [auto, off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request AES channel state
audio_aesstate ?: [auto, off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_aesstate [auto, off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.10.36
AES user bits
This command is only available on C11.
Command to enable or disable AES user bits.
Syntax:
audio_aesuser <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [auto, off, on, ?]
Response:
-
set AES user bits
audio_aesuser [auto, off, on]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request AES user bits
audio_aesuser ?: [auto, off, on][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
audio_aesuser [auto, off, on]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.11 Profile Table Commands
A Centauri profile is defined as a collection of setup parameters for the audio CODEC. Profiles are
mainly used as part of the phonebook database. A profile consists of a profile name, the coding
algorithm, sample rate, bit rate, channel mode, bit stream format, audio interface, dependency and
ancillary data mode.
A profile can be used for both encoder and decoder.
The Centauri implements two classes of profile table commands. The first class consists of commands
that operate on complete profiles (e.g. request or delete a profile); the second class manipulates the
parameters associated with a given profile.
3.11.1 Profile Table Add Profile
Command to add a profile to the profile table. The new profile is setup with a default parameter set.
PARAMETER
VALUE
Name
set by command parameter
Coding Algorithm
mpegl3
Channel Mode
Mono
Bit rate
64000
Sample rate
32000
Bit stream Format
Auto
Audio Interface
Analog
Dependency
Remote
Ancillary Data Mode
Auto
Table 38: Default values for profile
If the entry is created successfully, the command returns the entry number for the new entry.
Syntax:
profile_addentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile name]
Response:
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add profile
profile_addentry [name]: [number of new entry][CR][LF][IP address]>
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profile_addentry [name]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.2 Profile Table Delete Profile
Command to delete a profile out of the profile table. Before the profile is deleted, all phonebook entries
are checked, if this profile is in use.
Syntax:
profile_delentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Response:
-
delete profile
profile_delentry [profile no]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_delentry [profile no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.3 Profile Table Delete All Unused Profiles
Command to delete all profiles that are not used in one of the phonebook entries.
Syntax:
profile_clearallentries
Response:
-
delete all unused profiles
profile_clearallentries: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_clearallentries: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.4 Profile Table Request Number of valid Profiles
Command to request the number of valid profiles. A profile is valid, if it has a unique name.
Syntax:
profile_numberofentries
Response:
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request the number of valid profiles
profile_numberofentries: [number of entries] [CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_numberofentries: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.5 Profile Table Request First Profile
Command to request the parameter of the first profile out of the profile table.
Syntax:
profile_firstentry
Response:
-
request first profile
profile_firstentry: [profile no][CR][LF]
[name][CR][LF]
[Algorithm][CR][LF]
[Channel Mode][CR][LF]
[Bit rate][CR][LF]
[Sample rate][CR][LF]
[Bitstream Format][CR][LF]
[Audio Interface][CR][LF]
[Dependency][CR][LF]
[Ancillary Data Mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
profile_firstentry: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.6 Profile Table Request Next Profile
Command to request the parameter of the next profile out of the profile table.
Syntax:
profile_nextentry
Response:
-
request next profile
profile_nextentry: [profile no][CR][LF]
[name][CR][LF]
[Algorithm][CR][LF]
[Channel Mode][CR][LF]
[Bit rate][CR][LF]
[Sample rate][CR][LF]
[Bitstream Format][CR][LF]
[Audio Interface][CR][LF]
[Dependency][CR][LF]
[Ancillary Data Mode][CR][LF] [IPaddress]>
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3.11.7 Profile Table Request Profile by Number
Command to request the parameter of a certain profile out of the profile table.
Syntax:
profile_showentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Response:
-
request certain profile
profile_showentry [profile no]:[profile no][CR][LF]
[name][CR][LF]
[Algorithm][CR][LF]
[Channel Mode][CR][LF]
[Sample rate][CR][LF]
[Bitstream Format][CR][LF]
[Audio Interface][CR][LF]
[Dependency][CR][LF]
[Ancillary Data Mode][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
error
profile_showentry [profile no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.8 Profile Table Execute Profile for Encoder Configuration by Number
Command to set up an encoder configuration with a certain profile out of the profile table.
Syntax:
profile_execenc <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Response:
-
execute certain profile as encoder configuration
profile_execenc [profile no]:[profile no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.11.9 Profile Table Execute Profile for Decoder Configuration by Number
Command to set up an decoder configuration with a certain profile out of the profile table.
Syntax:
profile_execdec <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Response:
-
execute certain profile as decoder configuration
profile_execdec [profile no]:[profile no][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_execdec [profile no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.10
Alter Profile Name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.2
Command to alter or request the profile’s name. If the new name is an empty string, the system will
use "DefaultProfile" as the new name.
Syntax:
profile_name <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [profile name, ?]
Response:
-
set profile name
profile_name [profile no] [name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request profile name
profile_name [profile no] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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profile_name [profile no] [name]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.11.11
Alter Profile Algorithm
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.3
Command to alter or request the coding algorithm of a valid profile. The profile values will be checked
for any inconsistencies and the values will be adjusted, e.g. if G.711 were selected as the new
algorithm then the sample rate will automatically be switched to 8000 Hz, the channel mode to mono
and the bit rate to 64000 bit/sec.
Syntax:
profile_algo <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: see chapter 3.3.2
Response:
-
set profile coding algorithm
profile_algo [profile no][algorithm]: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile coding algorithm
profile_algo [profile no] ?: [algorithm][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_algo [profile no][algorithm]: error [err no][CR][LF]
IP address]>
3.11.12
Alter Profile Channel Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.4
Command to alter or request the channel mode of a valid profile. The profile values will be checked for
any inconsistencies. If the channel mode is not valid for the coding algorithm, an error will be reported.
The available modes depend on the used algorithms:
G.711, G.722, G.729
Linear, aptx, aptx16, aptx20, aptx24
Aptxno
mono
mono, stereo
mono, stereo, dual
Table 39: Channel Modes
Syntax:
profile_mode <param1> <param2>
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Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: see chapter 3.3.3
Response:
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set profile channel mode
profile_mode [profile no] [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request profile channel mode
profile_mode [profile no] ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_mode [profile no] [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.11.13
Alter Profile Bit Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.5
Command to alter or request the bit rate of a valid profile. The profile values will be checked for any
inconsistencies. If the bit rate is not valid for the coding algorithm, an error will be reported.
Syntax:
profile_bitrate <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [bit rate, ?]
Response:
-
set profile bit rate
profile_bitrate [profile no] [bit rate]: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile bit rate
profile_bitrate [profile no] ?: [bit rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_bitrate [profile no][bit rate]: error [errno][CR][LF] [IP
address]>
3.11.14
Alter Profile Sample Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.6
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Command to alter or request the sample rate of a valid profile. The profile values will be checked for
any inconsistencies. If the sample rate is not valid for the coding algorithm, an error will be reported.
Syntax:
profile_srate <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: see chapter 3.3.6
Response:
-
set profile sample rate
profile_srate [profile no] [sample rate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile sample rate
profile_srate [profile no] ?: [sample rate][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_srate [profile no] [sample rate]: error [errno] [CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.11.15
Alter Profile Bit Stream Format
Command to alter or request the bit stream format of a valid profile.
Syntax:
profile_format <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [No, CCS, Musictaxi, J.52, Auto, Micda*, Aptx*, Hitachi*,
HiTA128*, ?] *) optional
Response:
-
set profile bit stream format
profile_format [profile no] [format]: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile bit stream format
profile_format [profile no] ?: [format][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_format [profile no] [format]: error [err no][CR][LF]
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3.11.16
Alter Profile Audio Interface
Command to alter or request the audio interface of a valid profile.
Syntax:
profile_source <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [analog, s/pdif, toslink, aes/ebu, adat12*, adat34*,
adat56*, adat78*, adat910*, adat1112*, adat1314*, adat1516*,
adat1718*, adat1920*, adat2122*, adat2324*, adat14***,
adat58***, adat16***, adat18***, ?]
Response:
set audio interface**
profile_source [profile no] [interface]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request audio interface
profile_source [profile no] ?: [interface] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_source [profile no] [interface]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
*
)
**
these values are not valid for MerkII
)
***
)
this command is not implemented for Centauri 3500
these values are only available for multi channel audio and not valid for MerkII
3.11.17
Alter Profile Dependency
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.9
Command to alter or request the dependency of a valid profile.
Syntax:
profile_slave <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [local, remote, ?]
Response:
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set profile dependency
profile_slave [profile no][dependency]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile dependency
profile_slave [profile no] ?: [dependency][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_slave [profile no] [dependency]: error [errno] [CR][LF] [IP
address]>
3.11.18
Alter Profile Ancillary Data Format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.10
Command to alter or request the ancillary data format of a valid profile.
If set to auto, which should be the value in most cases, the format, used to decode ancillary data
from an MPEG bit stream, is controlled by the multiplexer system. If the multiplexer recognizes a third
party CODEC, it will force the decoder to use a format that is compatible with that CODEC.
In certain circumstances it could be necessary to use a fixed format. The available formats depend on
the used algorithm:
layer 2:
ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco
aptx :
left, right, none
(default value is left)
WITH ALL OTHER ALGORITHMS THESE PARAMETERS WILL BE IGNORED AND
AUTO WILL BE USED.
For details see enc_ancmode command.
Syntax:
profile_ancmode <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [auto, ccs, j.52, musictaxi, barco, left, right, none,
ts, ?]
Response:
-
set profile ancillary data format
profile_ancmode [profile no] [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile ancillary data format
profile_ancmode [profile no] ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
profile_ancmode [profile no] [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF]
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3.11.19
Profile CRC-protection
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.11
This command, available with version 2.0.0.51, handles the activation and deactivation of the profiles
crc-protection. It works with different parameters for MPEG-algorithms and DRM.
Syntax:
profile_protect <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2(MPEG): [0, 1, 2, ?]
0 = default, 1 = off, 2 = on
Param2(DRM): [lengthHigherProtected*]
Response:
-
set profile protection mode
profile_protect <param1> <param2>: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request protection mode
profile_protect <param1>?: <param2>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_protect <param1> <param2>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*) lengthHigherProtected: The length of the higher protected part in bytes (Input).
NOTE: A value of 0 is always possible and signals that no UEP is used.
The valid values depend on the coder sampling rate:
coderSamplingRate = 12000: 0, 6, 11, 16, 21, ... (in steps of 5)
coderSamplingRate = 24000: 0, 14, 24, 34, 44, ... (in steps of 10)
lengthHigherProtected needs to be < lengthOfAudioSuperFrame / 2.
The required parameters result from the following rules:
audioMode:
0
mono
1
parametric-stereo(joint stereo)
4
stereo
lengthOfAudioSuperFrame(bitrate / 20):
The length of the audio super frame in bytes (Input).
LENGTH OF HIGHER PROTECTED PART + LENGTH OF LOWER PROTECTED PART LENGTH OF TEXT MESSAGE
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NOTE: The valid values for the audio super frame length for AAC depend on the coder
sampling rate and the audio mode.
The current limits for AAC are:
CoderSamplingRate AudioMode lengthOfAudioSuperFrame
12000
24000
24000
24000
0
0
0 or 1
2
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700 ... 823
824 ... 1824
1324 ... 3700
Profile stream format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.12
Syntax:
profile_stream <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [profile entry number]
Param2: [auto, raw1, adif1, adts1, latm1, loas1, low-byte-first2,
high-byte-first2, ?]
Response:
-
set profile stream format
profile_stream <param1> <param2>: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request stream format
profile_stream <param1>?: <param2>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_stream <param1> <param2>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
1
AAC
2
LINEAR
3.11.21
Profile signal format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.13
Syntax:
profile_signal <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1:[profile entry number]
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backward , , ?]
implicit1,
explicit-backward1,
explicit-non-
1
Response:
-
set profile signal format
profile_signal <param1> <param2>: ok[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request signal format
profile_signal <param1>?: <param2>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_signal <param1> <param2>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
1
AAC(HE)
3.11.22
Profile Resolution
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.15
Syntax:
profile_resolution <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1:[profile entry number]
Param2: [resolution , ?]
Response:
-
set profile resolution
profile_resolution <param1> <param2>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile resolution
profile_resolution <param1> ?: <param2>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_resolution <param1>
3.11.23
<param2>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
Profile File Type
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.36
Syntax:
profile_filetype <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [riff, raw, bwf, musi, id3, id3r, ?]
Response:
-
set profile file type
profile_filetype <param1>: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request profile file type
profile_filetype ?: <param1> [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
profile_filetype <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.11.24
Profile entries
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.10.14
Command to achieve the available amount of profile entries and the ones that are currently used. The
answer is structured in a left aligned hexadecimal notation. Every hexadecimal character of the digit
field represents four profile entries. So the available amount of profile entries can be calculated by the
length of the answer multiplied with four. Currently free profile entries are represented by a zero in the
bitfield. The positition of the bitfield describes the specific number of the profile entry, beginning with
position zero and profile entry no.0.
Syntax:
profile_entries ?
Response:
-
request profile entries
profile_entries ?: <available profile entries in hex digit format
(left aligned)>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
Example:
profile_entries ? A17538[CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.12 Phonebook Commands
The Centauri Phonebook is a database designed to organize often-used connection addresses. Each
Phonebook entry consists of a unique entry name, two profile indexes for the encoder and decoder
settings, the used communication interface and up to eight destination addresses. If network is the
selected communication interface, then the first address will be interpreted as the destination IP
address.
There are two classes of phonebook commands integrated into the Centauri, the first class consists of
commands to operate and navigate on the complete phonebook (e.g. request or delete an entry) while
the second class manipulates the parameter of a certain phonebook entry.
3.12.1 Phonebook Add Entry
Command to add an entry to the phonebook database. The new entry is setup with a default
parameter set.
PARAMETER
VALUE
Name
set by command parameter
Encoder Profile Index
1
Decoder Profile Index
1
Communication Interface
ISDN
Destination address 1-8
<none>
Table 40: Default values for phonebook entry
If the entry is created successfully, the command returns the entry number of the new entry.
Syntax:
phone_addentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [entry name]
Response:
-
add phonebook entry
phone_addentry [name]: [entry no][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_addentry [name]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.2 Phonebook Delete Entry
Command to delete a phonebook entry out of the phonebook database.
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Syntax:
phone_delentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Response:
-
delete phonebook entry
phone_delentry [entry no]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_delentry [entry no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.3 Phonebook Delete All Entries
Command to delete all phonebook entries.
Syntax:
phone_clearallentries
Response:
-
delete all phonebook entries
phone_clearallentries: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_clearallentries: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.4 Phonebook Request Number of valid Entries
Command to request the number of valid phonebook entries. A phonebook entry is valid, if it has a
unique name.
Syntax:
phone_numberofentries
Response:
-
request the number of valid profiles
phone_numberofentries: [number of entries] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_numberofentries: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.12.5 Phonebook Request First Entry
Command to request the parameter of the first entry out of the phonebook database.
Syntax:
phone_firstentry
Response:
-
request phonebook entry
phone_firstentry:
[entry no][CR][LF]
[name][CR][LF]
[Encoder profile index][CR][LF]
[Decoder profile index][CR][LF]
[Communication Interface][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 1][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 2][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 3][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 4][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 5][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 6][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 7][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 8][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
error
phone_firstentry: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.6 Phonebook Request Next Entry
Command to request the parameter of the next entry out of the phonebook database.
Syntax:
phone_nextentry
Response:
request next profile
phone_nextentry:
[entry no][CR][LF]
[name][CR][LF]
[Encoder profile index][CR][LF]
[Decoder profile index][CR][LF]
[Communication Interface][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 1][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 2][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 3][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 4][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 5][CR][LF]
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[Destination Address 6][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 7][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 8][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
error
phone_nextentry: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.7 Phonebook Request Entry by Number
Command to request the parameter of the certain entry out of the phonebook database.
Syntax:
phone_showentry <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Response:
request certain phonebook entry
phone_showentry [entry no]:[name][CR][LF]
[Encoder profile index][CR][LF]
[Communication Interface][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 1][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 2][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 3][CR][LF]
[Destination Address 4][CR][LF]
[Destination Address
[Destination Address
[Destination Address
[Destination Address
[IP address]>
5][CR][LF]
6][CR][LF]
7][CR][LF]
8][CR][LF]
-
error
phone_showentry [entry no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.8 Phonebook Execute Entry by Number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.9.17
Command to execute a certain entry out of the phonebook database. This command will change the
setup for the encoder, decoder, audio and communication interface temporarily. After disconnecting
the call the original setup will be restored.
Syntax:
phone_execentry <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Response:
-
execute a certain phonebook entry
phone_execentry [entry no]: OK [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_execentry [entry no]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.12.9 Alter Phonebook Entry Name
Command to alter or request the name of a phonebook entry. The name must not be an empty string.
Syntax:
phone_setname <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Param2: [entry name, ?]
Response:
-
set phonebook entry name
phone_setname [entry no] [name]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry name
phone_setname [entry no] ?: [name][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_setname [entry no] [name]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.12.10
Alter Phonebook Entry Setting Index
Command to alter or request the setting index of a phonebook entry. The command does not check,
whether the specified index is valid or not. Index 0 indicates that the setting is not used.
Syntax:
phone_setting <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
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Param2: [setting index, ?]
Response:
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set phonebook entry setting index
phone_setting [entry no] [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry setting index
phone_setting [entry no]?:[index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_setting [entry no] [index]: error[errno][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.12.11
Alter Phonebook Entry Encoder Index
Command to alter or request the encoder index of a phonebook entry. The command does not check,
whether the specified index is valid or not.
Syntax:
phone_setencprofile <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Param2: [profile index, ?]
Response:
-
set phonebook entry encoder profile index
phone_setencprofile [entry no] [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry encoder profile index
phone_setencprofile [entry no]?:[index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_setencprofile [entry no] [index]: error[errno][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.12.12
Alter Phonebook Entry Decoder Index
Command to alter or request the decoder index of a phonebook entry. The command does not check,
whether the selected index is valid or not.
Syntax:
phone_setdecprofile <param1> <param2>
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Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Param2: [profile index, ?]
Response:
-
set phonebook entry decoder profile index
phone_setdecprofile [entry no] [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry decoder profile index
phone_setdecprofile [entry no] ?:[index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_setdecprofile [entry no] [index]: error [errno][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.12.13
Alter Phonebook Entry Communication Interface
Command to alter or request a phonebook entry’s communication interface.
Syntax:
phone_setinterface <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Param2: [loop, isdn, pots, net, x.21, e1, asi, disk, 3g, wlan, ?]
Response:
-
set phonebook entry communication interface
phone_setinterface [entry no] [interface]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry communication interface
phone_setinterface [entry no] ?: [interface][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
phone_setinterface [entry no] [interface]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.12.14
Alter Phonebook Entry Destination Addresses
Command to alter or request a certain destination address of a phonebook entry. Up to eight
addresses for the ISDN b-channel can be used. The first address is used as the destination IP
address if the communication interface is set to net.
Syntax:
phone_setnumber <param1> <param2> <param3>
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Parameter:
Param1: [phonebook entry number]
Param2: [1 .. 8, ?] (address entry index)
Param3: [destination address]
Response:
-
set phonebook entry destination address
phone_setnumber [entry no] [adr index] [address]: ok [CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
request phonebook entry destination address
phone_setnumber [entry no] [adr index] ?: [interface][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
error
phone_setnumber [entry no] [adr index] [address]: error [err no] [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
3.12.15
Phonebook entries
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.9.16
Command to achieve the available amount of phonebook entries and the ones that are currently used.
The answer is structured in a left aligned hexadecimal notation. Every hexadecimal character of the
digit field represents four phonebook entries. So the available amount of phonebook entries can be
calculated by the length of the answer multiplied with four. Currently free phonebook entries are
represented by a zero in the bitfield. The positition of the bitfield describes the specific number of the
phonebook entry, beginning with position zero and phonebook entry no.0.
Syntax:
phone_entries ?
Response:
-
request phone entries
phone_entries ?: <available phone entries in hex digit format (left
aligned)>[CR][LF][IP address]>
-
Example:
phone_entries ? A17538[CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.13 Ancillary Data Commands
The ancillary data commands configure the RS232 interface used to send the ancillary data.
3.13.1 Ancillary Data Interface Baud Rate
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.13.1
Command to set or request the baud rate of the ancillary data RS232 interface.
Default value is 57600.
Syntax:
ancdata_baudrate <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1200, 2400, 3600*, 4800, 7200*, 9600, 14400*, 19200,
38400, 56000*, 57600, 115200, ?]
Response:
-
set ancillary data RS232 baud rate
ancdata_baudrate [baudrate]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ancillary data RS232 baud rate
ancdata_baudrate ?: [baudrate][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ancdata_baudrate [baudrate]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
*)
available with version 2.0.0.96
3.13.2 Ancillary Data Interface Data Bits
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.13.2
Command to set or request the number of Data Bits of the ancillary data RS232 interface.
Default value is 8.
Syntax:
ancdata_databits <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [5 .. 8, ?]
Response:
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set ancillary data RS232 Data Bits
ancdata_databits [bits]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ancillary data RS232 Data Bits
ancdata_databits ?: [bits][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ancdata_databits [bits]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.13.3 Ancillary Data Interface Parity
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.13.3
Command to set or request the parity of the ancillary data RS232 interface.
Default value is none.
Syntax:
ancdata_parity <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [none, even, odd, ?]
Response:
-
set ancillary data RS232 Parity
ancdata_parity [parity]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ancillary data RS232 Parity
ancdata_parity ?: [parity][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ancdata_parity [parity]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.13.4 Ancillary Data Interface Stop Bits
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.13.4
Command to set or request the number of Stop Bits of the ancillary data RS232 interface.
Default value is 1.
Syntax:
ancdata_stopbits <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [1, 2, ?]
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Response:
-
set ancillary data RS232 Stop Bits
ancdata_stopbits [bits]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ancillary data RS232 Stop Bits
ancdata_stopbits ?: [bits][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ancdata_stopbits [bits]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.13.5 Ancillary Data Interface Handshake
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.13.5
Command to set or request the handshake method of the ancillary data RS232 interface.
Default value is none.
Syntax:
ancdata_handshake <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [none, xonxoff, rtscts, dsrdtr, ?]
Response:
-
set ancillary data RS232 handshake
ancdata_handshake [handshake]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request ancillary data RS232 handshake
ancdata_handshake ?: [handshake][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ancdata_handshake [handshake]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.13.6 Ancillary Data Port
Command to assign a port to a special Codec. In general port 2 is used for the remote control. This
option is no longer available as soon as this command with the parameter [2] is set successfully and
the connection is built up.
Syntax:
ancdata_port <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [Codec] Encoder = 1, Decoder = 2
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Param2: [Port No] Com-Port 1..2, 0 = deactivate
Response:
-
set Port
ancdata_port [codec] [port] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request Port
ancdata_port [codec] ? : [port] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
ancdata_port [codec] [port]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.14 TTL Output Commands
TTL-OUTPUT
OUT A
OUT B
OUT C
OUT D
OUT E
VALUE
1
2
4
8
16
3.14.1 Set TTL Output
This command sets the TTL output Out A to Out E. The possible parameter value 0 – 31 (sum of five
values) defines a five-digit dual number that combines the modes of all five TTL-outputs.
Syntax:
sig_changed <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [value] 0 - 31
Response:
-
sets TTL-outputs
sig_changed [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_changed [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.14.2 Invert TTL Input and Output
This command inverts the TTL input or output Out A to Out E. The possible parameter value 0 – 31
(sum of five values) defines a five-digit dual number that combines the modes of all five TTL-inputs or
-outputs. Input is an optional parameter, if [input] is not specified the outputs will be changed.
Syntax:
sig_changed invert [input] <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off]
Param2: [value] 0 - 31
Response:
inverts TTL-outputs
sig_changed invert [on, off] [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
sig_changed invert [on, off] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.14.3 TTL IO
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.14.1 .. 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.14.13
This command sets the TTL output and gets the TTL input. Pin A to E are the same as Out A to Out E.
If this command is used to set an local TTL output to on, it couldn’t be reset by a TTL input of a remote
device. The local command has a higher priority!
Syntax:
ttl_io <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Sporty, FM II:
Param1: []
C11xx:
Param1: [1, 2, 3, 4]
CENTAURI II gateways with optional TTL extension:
Param1: [a, b, c, d, e, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8]
Other MAYAH Codecs:
Param1: [a, b, c, d, e]
Param2: [on, off, ?]
Response:
-
sets TTL-outputs
ttl_io [pin] [on, off]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request TTL-inputs
ttl_io [pin] ? : [on, off] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ttl_io [pin] [on, off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.15 Username Password Commands
To prevent the Centauri from unauthorized access the Remote Control Interfaces can be secured by
Username Password combinations. Only the RS232 remote control interface is always accessible
without Username and Password.
3.15.1 FTP Username Password Control
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.56
Command to set or request Username and Password for the FTP server access.
Default value is Admin:Power.
Syntax:
ftp_UsrPwd <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Username:Password, ?]
Response:
-
set FTP username and password
ftp_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request FTP username and password
ftp_UsrPwd ?: [Usr:Pwd][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ftp_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.15.2 Web Server Username Password Control
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.55
Command to set or request Username and Password for the Webserver access.
Default value is WebAdmin:WebPower.
Syntax:
web_UsrPwd <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Username:Password, ?]
Response:
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set WebServer username and password
web_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request WebServer username and password
web_UsrPwd ?: [Usr:Pwd][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
web_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.15.3 TCP/IP Remote Control Username Password
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.57
Command to set or request Username and Password for the TCP/IP based remote control interface.
Default value is none.
Syntax:
ctl_UsrPwd <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Username:Password, ?]
Response:
-
set username and password for the TCP/IP remote control interface
ctl_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request username and password for the TCP/IP remote control interface
ctl_UsrPwd ?: [Usr:Pwd][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
ctl_UsrPwd [Usr:Pwd]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.15.4 TCP/IP Remote Control Login
Command login the TCP/IP remote control interface.
Syntax:
ctl_Login <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Username:Password]
Response:
no response
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3.15.5 TCP/IP Remote Control Logout
Command to logout the TCP/IP remote control interface.
Syntax:
ctl_Logout
3.15.6 Frontpanel User Interface Password
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.1.62
Command to set or request password for the frontpanel user interface.
Default value is none.
Syntax:
sys_fppwd <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [Password, ?]
Response:
-
set password for the frontpanel user interface
sys_fppwd [Pwd]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request password for the frontpanel user interface
sys_fppwd ?: [Pwd][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sys_fppwd [Pwd]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.16 Signaling and Indication Messages
The Centauri Gateways are able to asynchronously transmit messages without an external request.
These messages are used to indicate a status change, an alarm or an error.
The signaling function is defaulted to be active for the TCP/IP and RS232 remote control interfaces.
Commands may be used to deactivate the function.
If the SNMP option is installed then the Centauri is able to use SNMP traps to indicate status changes,
alarms and errors.
The traps can be individually enabled and disabled.
NOTE: If signaling is enabled then control software programs must be able to process asynchronous
messages whenever they are received.
Additionally some of these messages can be initialized by the user for certain events. This is evident
for event-action-programming.
NOTE: These user-defined messages are not journalized by the Centauri.
3.16.1 Enable or Disable Signaling for a Specified Interface
Command to enable or disable the signaling function for the interface that is currently in use.
Default value is On.
Syntax:
sig_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Response:
-
set signaling mode
sig_mode [On, Off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.2 Decoder Frame Status Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.3
This command defines, if a change of the audio decoder frame status will be reported. This event can
also be set by the user, which is important for event action programming
Syntax:
sig_frame <param1>
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Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Message Format:
-
set frame change
sig_frame [stat]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request alarm
sig_frame ? : [stat][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_frame [stat] : error [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.3 System Alarm Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.1
The first parameter of this command sets an user-defined alarm. This provides important possibilities
for event action programming. For alarm details the sys_check function should be used. The second
parameter defines, if the alarm led will be lit in case of alarm.
Syntax:
sig_alarm <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Param2: [led] *
this parameter is optional
Message Format:
-
set alarm
sig_alarm [stat] [stat] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request alarm
sig_alarm ? : [stat] [stat] [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_alarm [stat] [stat] : error [CR][LF][IP address]>
*) available with version 2.0.0.82
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3.16.4 System Error Code Indication
This message indicates that a Centauri system error has occurred. For detailed description of error
types see appendix b.
Syntax:
sig_systemerror <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [errorcode1 .. errorcodeN]
Message Format:
indicates occurred error
sig_systemerror [error codes][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.5 Audio IN Overload Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.2
This message indicates that a audio IN overload event has occurred and the Overload LED has been
switched on.
Syntax:
sig_overload <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Message Format:
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audio overload message
sig_overload [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.6 Audio OUT Overload Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.11
This message indicates that a audio OUT overload event has occurred and the Overload LED has
been switched on.
Syntax:
sig_overout <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Message Format:
-
audio overload message
sig_overout [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.7 Communication Connected Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.4
This message indicates that the connection status of the selected communication interface has
changed and the connect LED has been switched on or off. This event can also be set by the user,
which is important for event action programming
Syntax:
sig_connected <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
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Message Format:
-
set connect status
sig_connected [stat]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request connect status
sig_connected ? : [stat][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_connected [stat] : error [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.8 Parameter Change Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.5
Syntax:
sig_changed on
Syntax extended:
[index]$sig_changed on [e1, bck, aud, vid, enc, dec, ip, mix,
mII, con, zone, ses]
Syntax extended command:
sig_changed <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [on, off]
Response:
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Use extented signalling format
sig_changed [on, off]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.9 Audio IN Detect Status Change Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.6
This message indicates that the audio IN detect function has registered a change at the audio input.
See chapter 3.2.28 independed audio signalling.
Syntax:
sig_audio <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off, 0, 1, 2, 3]
Message Format:
-
audio IN detect status change message
sig_audio [On, Off, 0, 1, 2, 3][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.10
Audio OUT Detect Status Change Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.10
This message indicates that the audio OUT detect function has registered a change at the audio
output. See chapter 3.2.28 independed audio signalling.
Syntax:
sig_audout <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [On, Off, 0, 1, 2, 3]
Message Format:
-
audio OUT detect status change message
sig_audout [On, Off, 0, 1, 2, 3][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.11
Service Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.15
This message indicates that the service is requested or not.
Syntax:
sig_service <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [On, Off]
Message Format:
-
service message
sig_service [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.12
ISDN Line Connect Indication
This message indicates that the ISDN b-channel connect status has changed.
Syntax:
sig_connect <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
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Param1: [On, Off]
Param2: [ISDN b-channel]
Param3: [reason]
Message Format:
-
ISDN b-channel connect status change message
sig_connect [On, Off] [b-channel] [reason][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.13
Interface Connect Status Change Indication
This message indicates that the connect status of the interface has changed.
Syntax:
sig_interface <param1> <param2> <param3> <param4>
Parameter:
Param1: [x.21, net, e1, asi]
Param2: [On, Off]
Param3: [x.21 port number, Subcodec(net/e1/asi)]
Param4: [incoming, outgoing]
Message Format:
-
ISDN b-channel connect status change message
sig_interface [interface] [On, Off] [channel] [direction][CR][LF] [IP
address]>
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3.16.14
ISDN Additional Line Required Indication
This message indicates that a connecting process requires an additional ISDN b-channel.
Syntax:
sig_ISDNline
Message Format:
-
additional ISDN b-channel required message
sig_ISDNline [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.15
ISDN Error Indication
This message indicates that an ISDN error was reported.
Syntax:
sig_ISDNerror <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [ISDN error number]
Message Format:
-
ISDN error message
sig_ISDNerror [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.16
TTL I/O Status Change Indication
This message indicates that the status of one of the TTL I/O ports has changed. This message is also
used to indicate a TTL I/O port status change at the far end Centauri.
Syntax:
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sig_centronic <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [port status] (as a hex code)
Param2: [Local, Remote]
Message Format:
-
TTL I/O status change message
sig_centronic [port status] [location][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.17
LED Status Indication
Command to indicate the status of the LEDs, located on the E1 interface. This status will be indicated
as a hex coded 32 bit binary mask.
Syntax:
sig_led <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [32 bit binary mask] (as a hex code)
Message Format:
-
led status message
sig_led [led status] [CR][LF][IP address]>
BIT
LED
0
Master
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1
TS 2
2
DS 2
3
AIS
4
SYNC
5
RX
6
TX
7-31
reserved
Table 42: LED status
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3.16.18
Signal Specific Call
This message indicates that a call with a specific number came in. It is signaled via all remote
interfaces. Available with version 1.1.0.128
Syntax:
sig_accept <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [transmission mode]
at this time only ISDN
Param2: [channel]
Param3: [dial number] (if transmitted)
Message Format:
-
indicates incoming call with specific number
sig_accept [mode] [channel] [number] [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.19
Inverting alarm mode
The alarm mode of the TTL-outputs can be inverted. Normally the TTL pin No. 2 is high (+5V) in case
of an alarm. The parameter on switches the alarm status to low.
Syntax:
sig_alarm invert <param1>
Parameter:
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Param1: [on, off] on:
TTl-output
is
low
in
off: TTl-output is high (+5V) in case of alarm
Response:
case
of
alarm
-
sets alarm mode
sig_alarm invert [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_alarm invert [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.20
Encoder chain info
This message indicates that a staus of a internal encoder chain. Available with version 2.0.0.139
Syntax:
sig_enc <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [started, destroyed]
Response:
-
sets alarm mode
sig_enc [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
sig_enc [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.21
Decoder chain info
This message indicates that a staus of a internal decoder chain. Available with version 2.0.0.139
Syntax:
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sig_dec <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [started, destroyed]
Response:
-
sets alarm mode
sig_dec [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
sig_dec [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.16.22
SIP Info
This message indicates that a status of SIP Registration and Sessions.
Syntax:
sig_sip <ResponseCode - AdditionalInformation>
Information:
The Message is a Text message. It starts with a 3 digit SIP Response Code as described in
RFC3261.
After a dash additional Information is provided.
The following non RFC3261 responses are also signalled:
001 - Registered as <sip-uri> [<expiration-time>]
where <sip-uri> is the registered URI and <expiration-time> is the time in
seconds after which the registration expires.
002 - Redial activated. Retry in 32 seconds
003 - Deregistered <sip-uri>
where <sip-uri> is the registered URI.
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3.16.23
RPSU Status Indication
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.0.16
Command to indicate the status of the RPSU. This status will be indicated as a 32 bit binary mask. If
no RPSU are connected with C11 the value is 0.
Syntax:
sig_rpsu <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [32 bit binary mask]
Message Format:
-
rpsu status message
sig_led [rpsu status] [CR][LF][IP address]>
BIT
FAULT
0
PSU
1
Fan
2
Temperature
3
Fuse
4
Current
5-31
reserved
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3.16.24
3G Status
There are three different types of messages indicating 3G status information.
Syntax:
sig_3gprovider <Serviceprovider>
Information: This indicates the network service provider.
sig_3gstatus <Login Status>
Information: This indicates the network Login Status as a text message. The text is the same
that is displayed in the front panel.
sig_3gsignal <Signalstrength>
Information: This provides the current signal strength in dBm. The values are negative.
3.16.25
BGAN Status
There are three different types of messages indicating BGAN status information.
Syntax:
sig_bganterminal <Manufacturer;Model;Revision>
Information: This provides details about the attached BGAN Terminal. If BGAN
mode is enabled and no Terminal is found the information <none;unknown;n.a.>
is send approximately every 10 seconds.
sig_bganbandwidth <Bandwidth>
Information: When a connection is established this indicates the bandwidth that has
been guaranteed by the BGAN network. The value is in bits/second.
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sig_bganstrength <Signalstrength>
Information: This provides the signal strength as provided by the Terminal. Usually
values are in dB.
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3.17 SNMP Trap Indication Functions
All traps indication functions are using a command to enable or disable the trap with the following
command syntax.
The default value is OFF.
The trap name can be gathered from the following single headings.
Command request:
<trap_name> [On, Off, ?]
Command response:
set trap activity:
<trap_name> [On, Off]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request trap activity:
<trap_name> ?: [On, Off][CR][LF][IP address]>
error:
<trap_name> [On, Off]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
SNMP trap:
(TRAP_ENTERPRISE, <trap_name>), (OID_ENTERPRISE, <trap_name>), Value, ASN1_INT
OID_ENTERPRISE (0x2b,6,1,4,1,6210)
TRAP_ENTERPRISE (6)
In the following chapters these SNMP traps are described behind the Centauri commands.
More details about SNMP and the Trap functions can be found in the SNMP MIB documentation.
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3.17.1 SNMP System Alarm Trap (TRAP_ALARM)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.1
3.17.2 SNMP Audio IN Overload Trap (TRAP_OVERLOAD)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.2
3.17.3 SNMP Frame Trap (TRAP_FRAME)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.3
3.17.4 SNMP Connected Trap (TRAP_CONNECTED)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.4
3.17.5 SNMP Parameter Change Trap (TRAP_CHANGE)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.5
3.17.6 SNMP Audio IN Trap (TRAP_AUDIO)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.6
3.17.7 SNMP Alarm Back Plane Trap (TRAP_ALARMBP)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.7
3.17.8 SNMP Alarm E1 Trap (TRAP_ALARME1)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.8
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3.17.9 SNMP Video Trap (TRAP_VIDEO)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.9
3.17.10
SNMP Audio OUT Trap (TRAP_AUDOUT)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.10
3.17.11
SNMP Audio OUT Overload Trap (TRAP_ OVEROUT)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.11
3.17.12
SNMP System Lock Trap (TRAP_ LOCK)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.12
3.17.13
SNMP Alarm PSU (TRAP_ALARMPSU)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.13
3.17.14
SNMP Synch Trap (TRAP_SYNCH)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.14
3.17.15
SNMP Service Trap (TRAP_SERVICE)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.15
3.17.16
SNMP RPSU Trap (TRAP_RPSU)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.17
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SNMP Connecting Trap (TRAP_CONNECTING)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.18
3.17.18
SNMP Sequence Trap (TRAP_SEQUENCE)
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.11.19
3.18 Timeout Control Commands
This section describes functions to control the Centauri timeouts.
3.18.1 Connect Timeout
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.15.1
Command to set or request the timeout value for the connect timeout.
If the Centauri is set up in auto mode and is not able to detect the type of the far end CODEC, it will
hang up the connection after this time.
Default value is 30 seconds.
Syntax:
time_disconnect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
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set connect timeout
time_disconnect [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request connect timeout
time_disconnect ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
time_disconnect [seconds]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.18.2 G.722 Detection Timeout
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.15.2
Command to set or request the timeout value for the G.722 detection timeout. If the Centauri Decoder
Format is switched to auto, the unit will activate the G.722 statistical framing decoder after the timeout
period set by this command if no bit stream format was detected.
Default value is 30 seconds.
Syntax:
time_statframing <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
-
set G.722 detection timeout
time_statframing [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request G.722 detection timeout
time_statframing ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
time_statframing [seconds]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.18.3 Remote control timeout
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.15.3
Command to set or request the timeout value for the remote control. A value of 0 disable the remote
control timeout. Default value is 100 seconds.
Syntax:
time_remotecontrol <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [seconds, ?]
Response:
-
set remote control timeout
time_remotecontrol [seconds]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request remotecontrol timeout
time_remotecontrol ?: [seconds][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
time_remotecontrol [seconds]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.19 Event Action Programming
CENTAURI Gateways can be programmed in a way that they react on especially, previous fixed
events. So events can be connected with actions.
The event depending control is under construction. Maybe your device has not the right software
loaded at the time your device is delivered to you. So there is no possibility of controlling the events.
Please follow the messages from MAYAH Communications relating software updates.
3.19.1 What are Events?
Events can be distinguished between different categories
-
TTL input dependent events
The CENTAURI gateways have 5 TTL inputs. If one TTL input is at high impedance its worth is "1"
(true). If it is at low impedance its worth is "0" (false). By changing from "0" to "1" the events
centronic_a_on ... centronics_e_on are affected. The changing from "1" to "0" releases the events
centronic_a_off ... centronics_e_off1.
The CENTAURI II gateways have 8 additional optical inputs (optional). By changing from “0” to “1”
the events ttl_1_on .. ttl_8_on are affected. The changing from “1” to “0” releases the events
ttl_1_off ... ttl_8_off.
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status dependent events
The CENTAURI gateways can react on changing at the shown state on the front panel. The 8
events
are:
alarm_on/alarm_off,
overload_on/overload_off,
connect_on/connect_off,
framed_on/framed_off, accept_on/accept_off.
3.19.2 What are Actions?
Actions can be distinguished between different categories
1
The status of the TTL level is measured every 5 milliseconds. Level differences between two measurements can not be
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TTL-output actions
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CENTAURI gateways have 8 TTL outputs which are set to high (1) or low (0) impedance in the
following way:
3 outputs signalise the status of alarm - connect - and overload LED 2. The other 5 outputs
signalise at an CENTAURI-CENTAURI connection the status of the TTL inputs of the other
CENTAURI. These information are transported within the ancillary data of a MPEG bit stream.
virtual actions
-
A virtual action is the carrying out of one or more CENTAURI commands. The single commands
are saved in a txt-file (action-file) in which only one command / line is possible. The commands
are executed from the top to the bottom of the file. Not more than 8000 signs are allowed. There
are no signs to characterize comments. The file is being inspected by the same error-tolerantroutine that is also used for the remote-control interface.
3.19.3 Connecting Events and Actions
Events are to connect to virtual actions with the command event_set. If you do so there is a condition
handed over that decides if the action is being executed. The following terms are to collect:
ALARM, !ALARM
ALARM-LED: ON/OFF
Overload, !overload
Overload-LED: on/off (overload of an audio input)
Overout, !overout
Overload-LED: on/off (overload of an audio output)
Connect, !connect
Connect-LED: on/off
Framed, !framed
Framed-LED: on/off
Audio, !audio
There is a audio signal at the audio input yes/no 3
Audout, !audout
There is a audio signal at the audio output yes/no 4
Video, !video
There is a video signal at the video input yes/no.
Centronic_a, ..., !centronic_e
The TTL-input A-E has high impedance or low impedance 5
2
The level for the overload LED and the signal - at - input - ok is adjustable.
3
The level for the overload LED and the signal - at - input - ok is adjustable.
4
The level for the overload LED and the signal - at - output - ok is adjustable.
5
The status of the TTL level is measured every 5 milliseconds. Level differences between two measurements can not be
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ttl_1, ..., !ttl_8
The optical input 1-8
Albp, !albp
Error on backplane yes/no6
Ale1, !ale1
Error on E1-Interface card yes/no
Alpsu, !alpsu
Error on power suply unit yes/no7
Lock, !lock
All information to synchronize audio and video available 8
Connecting, !connecting
Connecting in progress
Sequence. !sequence
Sequence error on RTP datagrams
True
The action is always executed
False
The action is never executed (standard)
Table 43: Events
To check more than one condition you can connect up to 5 actions each with one condition to one
event. It must be specified which connection is set. If there is any event the conditions from 1 to 5 are
checked to decide if the actionfile has to be executed. If the actionfile is not existent no command is
executed.
To prevent durable system instability by means of mistake in setting a connection there is no
automatic saving for these connections but you can save this by choosing the command event_save.
With the command event_load which is executed after start all saved connections are set.
3.19.4 Program Action Command
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.12.1
The command generates an actionfile. As first parameter the actionfile name is handed over. The
following parameter are the remote commands that are listed in the file (separated by ";"). The file
name consists of at least 8 letters or numbers. As an alternative it is possible to transmit an ASCII-file
(called *.CAF) by FTP with the commands included to the directory "actions".
Syntax:
action_create <Param1> <Param2>
Parameter:
Param 1: [actionfile name]
Param 2: [command1;...;commandn]
6
Only for Centauri 3500
7
Only Centauri II
8
Only for video centauri (IO)
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Response:
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Successfully created action:
action_create [actionfile name] [command]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
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error
action_create [actionfile name] [command]: Error [err no] [CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.19.5 Read Action Command
This command returns all commands of an actionfile. The Commands are separated by “;”.
Syntax:
action_read <Param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [actionfile name]
Response:
-
Successfully read action file:
action_read [actionfile] Command1;...;Commandn : OK [CR][LF] [IP
address]>
-
error
action_read [actionfile]: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.6 List all Action Files
This command returns all actionfiles stored in the Centauri.
Syntax:
action_listfiles
Response:
-
Successfully detected actionfiles:
action_listfiles actionfile1: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
action_listfiles actionfileN: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
error
action_listfiles: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.7 Delete Action Programs
This command deletes an actionfile.
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Syntax:
action_delete <Param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [actionfile name]
Response:
-
Successfully delete action file:
action_delete [actionfile]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
error
action_delete [actionfile]: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.8 Set Event Condition
This command sets one from up to 5 combinations of conditions and actionfiles for each event. If an
event occurs, then all 5 conditions are evaluated. If a condition is true, the associated action file will be
executed. The standard condition is false to avoid executing an action file. This setting will not be
saved! A special remote command saves all settings.
Only one timer (Param5, Param6) is available for one kind of event (Param1)!
Syntax:
event_set <Param1> <Param2> <Param3> <Param4> <Param5> <Param6>
Parameter:
Param 1: [Events: alarm_on, alarm_off, overload_on, overload_off,
overout_on, overout_off, connect_on, connect_off, framed_on,
framed_off, audio_on, audio_off, audout_on, audout_off,
centronic_a_on, centronic_a_off, centronic_b_on,
centronic_b_off, centronic_c_on, centronic_c_off,
centronic_d_on, centronic_d_off, centronic_e_on,
centronic_e_off, accept_on, accept_off, video_on, video_off,
ttl_1_on, ttl_1_off, ttl_2_on, ttl_2_off, ttl_3_on,
ttl_3_off, ttl_4_on, ttl_4_off, ttl_5_on, ttl_5_off,
ttl_6_on, ttl_6_off, ttl_7_on, ttl_7_off, ttl_8_on,
ttl_8_off, alarmbp_on, alarmbp_off, alarme1_on, alarme1_off,
alarmpsu_on, alarmpsu_off, lock_on, lock_off, connecting_on,
connecting_off, sequence_on, sequence_off]
Param 2: [Number of combination (1..5)]
Param 3: [Actionfile name]
Param 4: [Condition: false, true, alarm, !alarm, overload, !overload,
overout, !overout, connect, !connect, framed, !framed, audio,
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centronic_b, !centronic_b, centronic_c, !centronic_c, !
centronic_d, !centronic_d, centronic_e, !centronic_e,
video, !video, ttl_1, !ttl_1, ttl_2, !ttl_2, ttl_3, !ttl_3,
ttl_4, !ttl_4, ttl_5, !ttl_5, ttl_6, !ttl_6, ttl_7, !ttl_7,
ttl_8, !ttl_8, albp, !albp, ale1, !ale1, alpsu, !alpsu, lock,
!lock, connecting, !connecting, sequence, !sequence]
Param 5: [duration time in ms before an event becomes true; available
for Centronic events since version 1.1.0.89, available for
all events since version 2.0.0.87; range from 1ms to
2147483647ms]
Param 6: [time in ms before an event will be executed; available for
Centronic events since version 1.1.0.89, available for all
events
since
version
2.0.0.87;
range
from
1ms
to
2147483647ms]
Response:
-
Successfully set event:
event_set [event] [combination] [actionfile] [condition] [latency
time] [timer]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
error
event_set [event] [combination] [actionfile] [condition] [latency
time] [timer]: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.9 Reset Event Condition
This command resets a selected condition of an event to avoid executing an actionfile.
Syntax:
event_reset <Param1> <Param2>
Parameter:
Param 1: [Events: alarm_on, alarm_off, overload_on, overload_off,
overout_on, overout_off, connect_on, connect_off, framed_on,
framed_off, audio_on, audio_off, audout_on, audout_off,
centronic_a_on, centronic_a_off, centronic_b_on,
centronic_b_off, centronic_c_on, centronic_c_off,
centronic_d_on, centronic_d_off, centronic_e_on,
centronic_e_off, accept_on, accept_off, video_on, video_off,
ttl_1_on, ttl_1_off, ttl_2_on, ttl_2_off, ttl_3_on,
ttl_3_off, ttl_4_on, ttl_4_off, ttl_5_on, ttl_5_off,
ttl_6_on, ttl_6_off, ttl_7_on, ttl_7_off, ttl_8_on,
ttl_8_off, alarmbp_on, alarmbp_off, alarme1_on, alarme1_off,
alarmpsu_on, alarmpsu_off, lock_on, lock_off]
Param 2: [Number of combination 1..5]
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Response:
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Successfully reset event:
event_reset [event] [combination]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
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error
event_reset [event] [combination]: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP
address]>
3.19.10
Get Event Condition
This command lists all conditions of an event with its parameters if the condition is true.
Syntax:
event_get <Param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [Events: alarm_on, alarm_off, overload_on, overload_off,
overout_on, overout_off, connect_on, connect_off, framed_on,
framed_off, audio_on, audio_off, audout_on, audout_off,
centronic_a_on, centronic_a_off, centronic_b_on,
centronic_b_off, centronic_c_on, centronic_c_off,
centronic_d_on, centronic_d_off, centronic_e_on,
centronic_e_off, accept_on, accept_off, video_on, video_off,
ttl_1_on, ttl_1_off, ttl_2_on, ttl_2_off, ttl_3_on,
ttl_3_off, ttl_4_on, ttl_4_off, ttl_5_on, ttl_5_off,
ttl_6_on, ttl_6_off, ttl_7_on, ttl_7_off, ttl_8_on,
ttl_8_off, alarmbp_on, alarmbp_off, alarme1_on, alarme1_off,
alarmpsu_on, alarmpsu_off, lock_on, lock_off]
Response:
Successfully get event:
event_get [event] [combination] [action file] [condition] [latency
time] [timer]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
... (1..5)
event_get [event] [combination] [action file] [condition] [latency
time] [timer]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
error or no condition is true.
event_get <Param1>: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.11
Save Event Condition
This command saves the settings of all events in the file SAVECOND.VNT in the action directory.
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Response:
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Successfully save event condition:
event_save: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
Case of error
event_save: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.12
Load Event Condition
This command loads the configurations which are saved to SAVECOND.VNT. This command is
executed automatically after switching on the CENTAURI.
Syntax:
event_load
Response:
-
Successfully load:
event_load: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
error
event_load: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
3.19.13
Event Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.12.2
With this command it is possible to activate or deactivate the event action programming. The setting is
only temporarily and will not be saved. This command is available with version 2.0.0.86.
Syntax:
event_mode
Parameter:
Param 1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set mode:
event_mode [mode]: OK [CR][LF] [IP address]>
-
request mode
event_mode:?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
event_mode: Error [err no] [CR][LF] [IP address]>
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3.20 Internal Commands
3.20.1 UDP-Commands
3.20.1.1 Sending Identification
Command to get an identification fron the receiving Centauri. It will send back a reply-telegram with 5
parameters, separated by blanks.
Syntax:
identify broadcast
Response:
Param1: [MayahDesignText (Centauri, Millennium or APT)]
Param2: [HardwareVersion]
Param3: [Serialnumber]
Param4: [IP Address]
Param5: [CodecName]
3.20.1.2 Sending Level Information
Command to send level information. This command references to the in chapter 4.9.17. described
command audio_leveloip [UDP address][ destination port][timeout]. In contrary here the information is
sent back via UDP to sender and not to an in parameters defined address. The interval is defined with
the parameter [timeout]*50 ms.
Syntax:
levelmeter <Param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [timeout]
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3.21 Centauri 3500 Backplane Commands
These commands are only available with the Centauri 3500.
3.21.1 Request fan status
With this command the status of the four fans is available.
Syntax:
bp_status
Parameter:
Param 1:
[?]
Response:
-
request fan status
bp_status?: [status code][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
bp_status: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
Code
Status
Status
Status
Status
00000000
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
00000100
Fan 1 turned out
00000200
Fan 2 turned out
00000300
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 2 turned out
00000400
Fan 3 turned out
00000500
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
00000600
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
00000700
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
00000800
Fan 4 turned out
00000900
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000A00
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000B00
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000C00
Fan 3 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000D00
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000E00
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
00000F00
Fan 1 turned out
Fan 2 turned out
Fan 3 turned out
Fan 4 turned out
Table 44: Fan Status
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3.21.2 Backplane Audio Interfaces
Command to identify the Centauri Backplane and the used audio interfaces on the different slots. It
supplies seven hex coded eight digit values which are described in the following tables.
DIGIT
SPECIFICATION
POSSIBLE VALUES
1-8
Centauri Backplane
73
9-16
1. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
17-24
2. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
25-32
3. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
33-40
4. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
41-48
5. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
49-56
6. Slot
01 / 02 / 1D / 1E
HEX VALUE
INTERFACE
01
2 x stereo analog in
02
2 x stereo analog out
1D
2 x AES/EBU in
1E
2 x AES/EBU out
Table 45-46: System audio interfaces
Syntax:
bp_audiointerface
Response:
-
Information about interfaces
bp_ audiointerface : [Ident. value] ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
bp_ audiointerface: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.21.3 Centauri Firmware information
With this command information about the used Centauri firmware is available.
Syntax:
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bp_firmware
Parameter:
Param 1:
[?]
Response:
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request firmware
bp_firmware?: [info][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
bp_firmware: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.21.4 Fan rotation information
With this command the fan rotation values in rpm (rotation/minute) are available.
Syntax:
bp_fanrpm
Parameter:
Param 1:
[number of fan (1..4)]
Param 2:
[?]
Response:
-
request rotation
bp_fanrpm [fan] ?: [rotation info][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
error
bp_fanrpm: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.21.5 Fan rotation monitoring
With this command the fan rotation monitoring can be activated or deactivated. If a fan
whose monitoring is enabled turns out, following information is displayed:
•
the status (see 4.20.1) will be updated
•
a telegramm of type alarmbp will be sent out
•
an entrance within the logact will be executed, e.g.:
"050;F;2003-03-12;14:02:21,121;00000800 BACKPLANE"
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Syntax:
bp_fanmonitor
Parameter:
Param 1:
[number of fan (1..4)]
Param 2:
[on, off, ?]
Response:
-
set rotation monitoring
bp_fanmonitor [fan] [on,off]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
request rotation
bp_fanmonitor [fan] ?: [rotation monitoring][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
bp_fanmonitor: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.22 Video Commands
These commands are only available with the [IO] Audio Video Codecs. Subaddressing possible, see
chapter 2.4.
3.22.1 Choosing the video input
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.1
This command sets the used video input. At the moment there are 3 different input available.
Syntax:
video_input <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [svideo1, composite1, composite2, sdi1, component1, ?]
Response:
set video input
video_input [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video input
video_input ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_input: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.2 Setting the brightness of the video
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.2
With this command the brightness of the video input can be set.
Syntax:
video_inbrightness
Parameter:
Param 1: [-128..127] (default: 0)
Response:
set brightness
video_inbrightness [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
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request brightness
video_inbrightness ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inbrightness: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.3 Setting the contrast of the video
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.3
With this command the contrast of the video input can be set.
Syntax:
video_inluma <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..511] (default: 216)
Response:
set contrast
video_inluma [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request contrast
video_inluma ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inluma: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.4 Setting the share of red of the video
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.4
With this command the share of the color red of the video input can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_inchromared <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..511] (default: 254)
Response:
set share of red
video_inchromared [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
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request share of red
video_inchromared ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inchromared: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.5 Setting the share of blue of the video
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.5
With this command the share of the color blue of the video input can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_inchromablue <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..511] (default: 180)
Response:
set share of red
video_inchromablue [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_inchromablue ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inchromablue: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.6 Setting the share of saturation of the video
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.6
With this command the share of the saturation of the video input can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_insaturation <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..511] (default: 180)
Response:
set share of red
video_insaturation [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
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request share of red
video_insaturation ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_insaturation <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.7 Setting the Capture Field Order
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.13
With this command it can be chosen to capture the upper or the lower field first.
Syntax:
video_inupfirst <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [on, off, ?]] (default: on)
Response:
set capture field order
video_inupfirst [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request capture field order
video_inupfirst ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inupfirst <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.8 Setting the video format
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.7
With this command the video input format can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_informat <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [pal, ntsc, ?]
Response:
set share of red
video_informat [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
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request share of red
video_informat ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_informat <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.9 Setting the chrominance hue control
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.20
With this command the chrominance hue control can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_inhue <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..255, ?]
param1
hue phase
0
0,0В°
64
+90,0В°
127
+178,6В°
128
-180,0В°
192
-90,0В°
255
-1,4В°
Response:
set share of red
video_inhue [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_inhue ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inhue <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.10
Setting the share of blue of the video out
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.8
With this command the share of the color blue of the video output can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_outchromablue <param1>
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Parameter:
Param 1: [0..255, ?]
Response:
set share of red
video_outchromablue [0..255]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_outchromablue ?: [0..255][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outchromablue <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.11
Setting the share of red of the video out
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.9
With this command the share of the color red of the video output can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_outchromared <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..255, ?]
Response:
set share of red
video_outchromared [0..255]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_outchromared ?: [0..255][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outchromared <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.12
Getting video valid
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.10
With this command the valid of the video input can be get.
Syntax:
video_valid <param1>
Parameter:
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Param 1: [?]
Response:
request share of red
video_valid ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_valid <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.13
Setting the video out black level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.16
With this command the share of the black level of the video output can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_outblacklevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..63, ?]
Response:
set share of red
video_outblacklevel [0..63]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_outblacklevel ?: [0..63][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outblacklevel <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.14
Setting the video out blanking level
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.17
With this command the share of the black level of the video output can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_outblankinglevel <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..63, ?]
Response:
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set share of red
video_outblankinglevel [0..63]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_outblankinglevel ?: [0..63][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outblankinglevel <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.22.15
Setting the video out sync
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.15
With this command the synchronisation source of the video output can be adjusted.
Syntax:
video_outsync <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [internal, svideo, composite1, composite2, ?]
Response:
set share of red
video_outsync [sync source]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request share of red
video_outsync ?: [sync source][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outsync <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.16
Setting the Playback Field Order
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.14
With this command it can be chosen to playback the upper or the lower field first.
Syntax:
video_outupfirst <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
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set playback field order
video_outupfirst [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request playback field order
video_outupfirst ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outupfirst <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.17
Setting the Video Output
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.21
Command to set a video output type.
Syntax:
video_output <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [svideo1, composite1, composite2, sdi1, component1, ?]
Response:
set video output
video_output [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video output
video_output ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_output [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.18
Setting the Video X Offset
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.22
Command to set a horizontal offset for the output image.
Syntax:
video_outxoffset <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [–2147483648..2147483647, ?]
Response:
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set video output x offset
video_outxoffset [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video output x offset
video_outxoffset ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outxoffset [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.19
Setting the Video Y Offset
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.23
Command to set a vertical offset for the output image.
Syntax:
video_outyoffset <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [–2147483648..2147483647, ?]
Response:
set video output y offset
video_outyoffset [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video output y offset
video_outyoffset ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outyoffset [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.20
Video Inputs
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.24
Command to get the video inputs.
Syntax:
video_inputs <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [?]
Response:
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request video inputs
video_inputs ?: [videoinputs][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inputs ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
videoinputs is combination of zeros and ones, set for all available
inputs.Each character in the sequence stands for a specific video
input.The character one means the video input exists.
1. zero or one for svideo1
2. zero or one for composite1
3. zero or one for composite2
4. zero or one for sdi1
5. zero or one for vesa1
6. Zero or one for vesa2
3.22.21
Video Outputs
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.25
Command to get the video outputs.
Syntax:
video_outputs <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [?]
Response:
request video outputs
video_outputs ?: [videooutputs][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outputs ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
videooutputs is combination of zeros and ones, set for all available
outputs.Each character in the sequence stands for a specific video
output.The character one means the video output exists.
1. zero or one for svideo1
2. zero or one for composite1
3. zero or one for composite2
4. zero or one for sdi1
5. zero or one for vesa1
6. Zero or one for vesa2
3.22.22
Setting a Video Input Testsignal
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.26
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This command is intended for future use.
Syntax:
video_intestsignal <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [ ?]
Response:
set video input testsignal
video_intestsignal [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video input testsignal
video_intestsignal ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_intestsignal [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.23
Setting a Video Onput Testsignal
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.27
Command to start and stop a video testsignal on the video output.
Following signals are available:
1: WHITE (CCIR610)
2: YELLOW (CCIR610)
3: Cyan (CCIR610)
4: Green (CCIR610)
5: Magenta (CCIR610)
6: Red (CCIR610)
7: Blue (CCIR610)
8: Black (CCIR610)
9: WHITE | YELLOW | CYAN | GREEN | MAGENTA | RED | BLUE | BLACK (CCIR610)
10: BLACK | BLUE | RED | MAGENTA | GREEN | CYAN | YELLOW | WHITE (CCIR610)
11: GREYSCALE FROM BLACK TO WHITE (STEPLESS, USING CCIR610)
12: GREYSCALE FROM BLACK TO WHITE (STEPLESS, FULL LUMINANCE RANGE)
13: GREYSCALE FROM BLACK TO WHITE (6 STEPS, USING CCIR610)
14: black | white – coloumnpattern (coloums 4 pixel wide)
15: black | white – coloumnpattern (coloums 2 pixel wide)
16: black | white – coloumnpattern (coloums 1 pixel wide)
Parameter 0 deactivates the test signal.
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Syntax:
video_outtestsignal <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..16, ?]
Response:
set video output testsignal
video_outtestsignal [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video output testsignal
video_outtestsignal ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outtestsignal [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.24
Setting an Inputlogo
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.11
If no video input signal is available or it get lost a fullscreen logo can be displayed instead.
Syntax:
video_inlogo <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [0..1, ?]
Response:
set video logo
video_inlogo [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video logo
video_inlogo ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_inlogo [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.22.25
Setting an Outputlogo
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.16.28
This command is intended for future use.
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Syntax:
video_outlogo <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [?]
Response:
set video logo
video_outlogo [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request video logo
video_outlogo ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
video_outlogo [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.23 Frontpanel Commands
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the frontpanel.
3.23.1 Contrast
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.1
With this command it can be chosen to set the frontpanel contrast.
Syntax:
fp_contrast <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [20..50, ?]
Response:
set contrast
fp_contrast [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request contrast
fp_contrast ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_contrast <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.23.2 Backlight
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.2
With this command it can be chosen to set the frontpanel backlight.
Syntax:
fp_light <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
set backlight
fp_light [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request backlight
fp_light ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
fp_light <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.23.3 Programming Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.3
With this command it can be chosen to set the frontpanel programming mode (Merk II).
Syntax:
fp_prog <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [on, off, ?]
Response:
set programming mode
fp_prog [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request programming mode
fp_prog ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_prog <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.23.4 Push Key
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.4
With this command it can be chosen to push a frontpanel key (Merk II).
Syntax:
fp_pushkey <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [1..12]
(�1’:1 .. ’9’:9, �*’:10, �0’:11, �#’:12)
Response:
set programming mode
fp_pushkey [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_pushkey <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.23.5 Language
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.5
With this command it can be chosen to set the frontpanel language.
Syntax:
fp_language <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [english, spain, german, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel language
fp_language [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel language
fp_language ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_language [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.23.6 Levelmeter Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.6
With this command a levelmeter mode can be set (Centauri II).
Syntax:
fp_c2levelmode <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [none, inout, in, out, 2inout, 4in, 4out, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel levelmeter mode
fp_c2levelmode [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel levelmeter mode
fp_c2levelmode ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_c2levelmode [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.23.7 Levelmeter Brightness
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.7
With this command the levelmeter brightness can be set (Centauri II).
Syntax:
fp_c2levelbrightness <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [1..7, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel levelmeter brightness
fp_c2levelbrightness [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel levelmeter brightness
fp_c2levelbrightness ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_c2levelbrightness [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.23.8 Status Brightness
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.8
With this command the status brightness can be set (Centauri II).
Syntax:
fp_c2statusbrightness <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [1..7, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel status brightness
fp_c2statusbrightness [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel status brightness
fp_c2statusbrightness ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_c2statusbrightness [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.23.9 Backlight Brightness
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.19.9
With this command the backlight brightness can be set (Centauri II).
Syntax:
fp_c2backlightbrightness <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [1..7, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel backlight brightness
fp_c2backlightbrightness [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel backlight brightness
fp_c2backlightbrightness ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_c2backlightbrightness [value]: error [error no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.23.10
Start up device with expert dialog
With this command the device can be configured to show at start up the dialog to choose the expert
mode.
Syntax:
fp_startupexpertdialog <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [off, on, ?]
Response:
set frontpanel to start up with choosen parameter
fp_startupexpertdialog [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request frontpanel for start up mode
fp_startupexpertdialog ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
fp_startupexpertdialog [value]: error [error no][CR][LF][IP
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3.24 Mixer and Multi channel audio Commands
With these commands it is possible to manage the mixing functions of the MerkII and the level of multi
channel audio. MerkII supports ADAT from channel 1 to 4, ENC channels, DEC channels and LINE
channels. Multi channel audio supports only ADAT from channel 1 to 8.
Note: The Centauri command sys_reset[mixer] will delete the current configuration.
3.24.1 Storing mixer configuration
This command saves the current mixer configuration. The name may not have more than 8 chatacters
or figures. Blanks or special chatacters are not allowed. If a configuration with this name is allready
existing, it will be overwritten.
Note: Only user defined configurations can be saved. Predefined configurations delivered with the
Merk II (beginning with a �~’) can not be changed and saved.
Syntax:
mix_save <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [name]
at most 8 signs
Response:
Set name for current configuration and saves
mix_save [name] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.2 Loading mixer configuration
This command loads an existing mixer configuration. The current configuration will be replaced.
Syntax:
mix_load <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [name]
Response:
Loads a special configuration
mix_load [name] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.3 Deleting mixer configuration
This command deletes an existing, user defined mixer configuration.
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Note: Only user defined configurations can be deleted. Predefined configurations delivered with the
Merk II (beginning with a �~’) can not be deleted.
Syntax:
mix_del <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [name]
Response:
Deletes a special configuration
mix_del [name] : ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.4 Showing existing mixer configurations
This command shows all existing mixer configurations. The different names are seperated by a
semicolon.
Syntax:
mix_files ?
Response:
Deletes a special configuration
mix_files ?: [name];…;[name][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.24.5 Mastervolume
WITH THIS COMMAND THE VOLUME FOR EACH OUTPUT CHANNEL CAN BE
ADJUSTED. THE PARAMETER VOLUME IS AN INTEGER VALUE BETWEEN 0 AND
65535. VALUE 0 DEFINES NO OUTPUT SIGNAL, WHEREAS 65535 DEFINES FULL
OUTPUT SIGNAL.
Syntax:
mix_mastervol <param1> <param2>
Parameter:
Param1: [encl, encr, linel, liner, ch1, ch2, ch3, ch4, ch5,
ch6, ch7, ch8] output
Param2: [volume, ?]
(0..65535)
Response:
Set volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_ mastervol [out] [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_ mastervol[out] ?: [value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
mix_ mastervol [out] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.24.6 Volume
3.24.6.1
MerkII
THIS COMMAND HANDLES, WITH THE NEXT COMMAND MIX_PAN, THE MIXING OF
THE 12 INPUT SIGNALS INTO 6 PAIRS OF OUTPUT SIGNALS. THE PARAMETER
VOLUME IS AN INTEGER VALUE BETWEEN 0 AND 65535. VALUE 0 DEFINES NO
OUTPUT SIGNAL, WHEREAS 65535 DEFINES FULL OUTPUT SIGNAL.
Syntax:
mix_vol <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [decl, decr, linel, liner, ch1, ch2, ch3, ch4, ch5,
ch6, ch7, ch8] input
Param2: [enc, line, ch12, ch34, ch56, ch78]
Param3: [volume, ?]
stereo output
(0..65535)
Response:
Set volume of chosen input signal for chosen output signal
mix_vol [in] [out] [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request volume of chosen input signal for chosen output signal
mix_vol [in] [out] ?: [value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
mix_vol [in] [out] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.6.2
FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV
THIS COMMAND HANDLES THE MIXING OF ALL INPUT SIGNALS (AUDIO IN AND
DECODER) INTO EACH STEREO OUTPUT SIGNAL (AUDIO OUT AND ENCODER). THE
VOLUME OF EACH STEREO SIGNAL CAN BE ADJUSTED BY VOLUME PARAMETER.
A POSITIVE VOLUME PARAMETER INCREASE THE VOLUME, A NEGATIVE
PARAMETER DECREASE THE VOLUME. FLOAT VALUES (0.0 UNTIL 1.0) CAN BE
USED TO CONFIGURE FOR ABSOLUTE VALUES.
Syntax:
mix_vol <out id> <out channel> <in id> <in channel> <volume>
Parameter:
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output id: [0: audio OUT, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): ENCoder]
output channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding output]
input id: [0: audio IN, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): DECoder]
input channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding input]
volume: [-1024..+1024, 0.0..1.0, ?]
Response:
-
Increase/decrease volume of chosen input signal for chosen output stereo
channel
mix_vol [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: ok [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
request volume of chosen input signal for chosen output stereo channel
mix_vol [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] ?: [value] [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
error
mix_vol [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: error
[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.7 Panning
3.24.7.1
Merk II
THIS COMMAND HANDLES, WITH THE PREVIOUS COMMAND MIX_VOL, THE
MIXING OF THE 12 INPUT SIGNALS INTO 6 PAIRS OF OUTPUT SIGNALS. HERE IT IS
ADJUSTED HOW FAR LEFT OR RIGHT THE SIGNAL IS TO BE HEARD WITHIN A
STEREO SIGNAL. THE PARAMETER VOLUME IS AN INTEGER VALUE BETWEEN 0
AND 65535. VALUE 0 DEFINES MAXIMUM LEFT POSITIONING , WHEREAS 65535
DEFINES MAXIMUM RIGHT POSITIONING, 32768 DEFINES THE MIDDLE.
Syntax:
mix_pan <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [decl, decr, linel, liner, ch1, ch2, ch3, ch4, ch5,
ch6, ch7, ch8] input
Param2: [enc, line, ch12, ch34, ch56, ch78]
Param3: [volume, ?]
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Response:
Set position of chosen input signal within chosen stereo output signal
mix_ pan [in] [out] [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request position of chosen input signal within chosen stereo output signal
mix_ pan[in] [out] ?: [value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
mix_ pan [in] [out] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.7.2
FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV
THIS COMMAND HANDLES THE MIXING OF ALL INPUT SIGNALS (AUDIO IN AND
DECODER) INTO EACH STEREO OUTPUT SIGNAL (AUDIO OUT AND ENCODER). THE
PANNING OF EACH STEREO SIGNAL CAN BE ADJUSTED BY PANNING PARAMETER.
A POSITIVE PANNING PARAMETER INCREASE THE PANNING, A NEGATIVE
PARAMETER DECREASE THE PANNING. FLOAT VALUES (0.0 UNTIL 1.0) CAN BE
USED TO CONFIGURE FOR ABSOLUTE VALUES.
Syntax:
mix_pan <out id> <out channel> <in id> <in channel> <panning>
Parameter:
output id: [0: audio OUT, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): ENCoder]
output channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding output]
input id: [0: audio IN, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): DECoder]
input channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding input]
volume: [-1024..+1024, 0.0..1.0, ?]
Response:
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Increase/decrease panning of chosen input signal for chosen output stereo
channel
mix_pan [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: ok [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
request panning of chosen input signal for chosen output stereo channel
mix_pan [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] ?: [value] [CR]
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mix_pan [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: error
[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.8 Line Mix
3.24.8.1
MERK II
THIS COMMAND HANDLES THE MIXING OF THE 12 INPUT SIGNALS INTO EACH OF
THE 12 OUTPUT SIGNALS. THE VOLUME OF EACH SIGNAL CAN BE ADJUSTED BY
THE THIRD PARAMETER, WHICH HAS TO BE A FLOAT VALUE BETWEEN 0 AND 1.
IN THAT CASE VALUE 1 MEANS THAT THE OUTPUT-CHANNEL WILL GET ALL OF
THE INPUT-SIGNAL, WHEREAS VALUE 0 MEANS THAT THE INPUT-SIGNAL WILL
NOT BE MIXED INTO THE CHOSEN OUTPUT. EVERY VALUE BETWEEN 0 AND 1 IS
POSSIBLE.
Syntax:
mix_line <param1> <param2> <param3>
Parameter:
Param1: [decl, decr, linel, liner, ch1, ch2, ch3, ch4, ch5,
ch6, ch7, ch8] input
Param2: [encl, encr, linel, liner, ch1, ch2, ch3, ch4, ch5,
ch6, ch7, ch8]
Param3: [volume, ?]
output
(0..1)
Response:
Set volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_line [in] [out] [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
request volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_line [in] [out] ?: [value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
- error
mix_line [in] [out] [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.8.2
FM II, Sporty, C11, C10, C12, Centauri IV
THIS COMMAND HANDLES THE MIXING OF ALL INPUT SIGNALS (AUDIO IN AND
DECODER) INTO EACH OUTPUT SIGNAL (AUDIO OUT AND ENCODER). THE
VOLUME OF EACH SIGNAL CAN BE ADJUSTED VOLUME PARAMETER, WHICH HAS
TO BE A FLOAT VALUE BETWEEN -1 AND 1. IN THAT CASE VALUE 1 MEANS THAT
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THE OUTPUT-CHANNEL WILL GET ALL OF THE INPUT-SIGNAL, WHEREAS VALUES
BETWEEN –1 AND 0 MEANS THAT THE INPUT-SIGNAL WILL NOT BE MIXED INTO
THE CHOSEN OUTPUT. EVERY VALUE BETWEEN -1 AND 1 IS POSSIBLE.
NEGATIVE VALUES (–1…0) SHOULD BE ONLY USED TO SET OR HOLD THE
RELATIONSHIP OF PANNING BETWEEN STEREO CHANNELS. PLEASE NOTE THAT
THE PREFERRED COMMAND FOR THIS FUNCTIONALITY IS DESCRIBED IN THE
PANNING SECTION!
Syntax:
mix_line <out id> <out channel> <in id> <in channel> <volume>
Parameter:
output id: [0: audio OUT, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): ENCoder]
output channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding output]
input id: [0: audio IN, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5): DECoder]
input channel: [1 .. max channel of corresponding input]
volume: [-1.0 .. 1.0, ?]
Response:
Set volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_line [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: ok [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
request volume of chosen input signal for chosen output channel
mix_line [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] ?: [value] [CR]
[LF][IP address]>
- error
mix_line [out id] [out channel] [in id] [in channel] [value]: error
[err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.24.9 Mixer mode
THIS COMMAND HANDLES THE DIFFERENT MIXER MODES.
Syntax:
mix_mode <param1>
Parameter:
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*
FOR FUTURE USE
Response:
set mixer mode
mix_mode [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
get mixer mode
mix_mode ?: [value] [CR][LF][IP address]>
error
mix_mode [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.25 Session commands
One session describes the use of multiple encoder and decoder - via phonebook entries - for
one connection.
These session commands are not available for all devices.
3.25.1 Session index number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.1
Command to set and get the session index number for the selected session.
Syntax:
se_idx <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, 1 .. 256]
Response:
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se_idx ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_idx [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_idx [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.25.2 Session mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.2
Command to set and get the session mode for the selected session.
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Syntax:
se_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, none, mpegts1 2, isma2, dmb1 2, dvb1 2]
These parameters could be configured for SPTS or MPTS via the connection parameter.
Please refer to the corresponding application note for MPEG-TS.
1
Not available for all devices.
2
Response:
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se_mode ?: [mode][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_mode [mode]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_mode [mode]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.25.3 Session destination index number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.3
Command to set and get the session destination index number for the selected session.
Syntax:
se_didx <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, 1 .. max sub codec(2.5)]
Response:
-
se_didx ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_didx [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_didx [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.25.4 Session destination
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.4
Command to set and get the destination for the selected session destination index:
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[1] enable with last connection and configuration
[2+min phonebook index]..[2+max phonebook index] enable phonebook entry
Syntax:
se_dest <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, 0, 1, phonebook entry(3.12)+2]
Response:
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se_dest ?: [0, 1, phonebook][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_dest [0, 1, phonebook]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_dest [0, 1, phonebook]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.25.5 Session connect
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.5
Command to set and get the active session.
Syntax:
se_connect <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, session]
Response:
-
se_connect ?: [session][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_connect [session]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_connect [session]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.25.6 Session disconnect
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.21.6
Command to disconnect an active session.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [session]
Response:
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se_disconnect [session]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
se_disconnect [session]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.26 SIP commands
The SIP commands described here are related to the registration process and STUN.
The Centauri has 5 registration slots that each hold the information necessary to register with
a SIP server. One registration set consists of:
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Registration ID
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Registrar
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Username
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Password
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Phone number
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Activity status
Additionally two global parameters Global SIP Proxy and STUN Server can be set.
To change a registration set the corresponding Registration-ID has to be set first. For
example, if you would like to change the registrar of registration set 3, you have to set the
Registration-ID to 3 and then change the registrar. If you then change the username, the
username of registration set 3 is changed.
N.B.: A registration entry can only be changed if the registration set is not active.
If you use names instead of IP addresses, please make sure that you have set a valid DNS
server.
3.26.1 Global SIP Proxy
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.1.0
Command to set a global SIP proxy. All SIP traffic is routed through this proxy. The Global
SIP Proxy is usually only needed in special setups. If you are unsure, leave it blank.
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Syntax:
sip_proxy <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, proxyaddress]
Response:
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sip_proxy ?: [proxyaddress][CR][LF][IP address]>
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sip_proxy [proxyaddress]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_proxy [proxyaddress]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP
address]>
3.26.2 STUN Server
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.2.0
Sets a STUN Server used for SIP Sessions.
Be sure to set to a valid address (e.g. stunserver.org) and provide DNS-Server if necessary.
Syntax:
sip_stun <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, STUNserver]
Response:
-
sip_stun ?: [STUNserver][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_stun [STUNserver]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
sip_stun [STUNserver]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.26.3 SIP Redial Attempts
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.9.0
Command to set and get the number of busy redial attempts. The Centauri will automatically redial
<param1> number of times if the far-end is busy. Active connections will be reconnected automatically
if far end disconnects lines.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [0 .. 65535, ?]
Response:
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set SIP redial attempts
sip_redial [redial attempts]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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request SIP redial attempts
sip_redial ?: [redial attempts][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
sip_redial [redial attempts]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.26.4 SIP Registration-ID
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.3.0
Selects the current registration set. The Registration-ID may be a number from 1 to 5.
Syntax:
sip_regid <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, RegistrationID]
Response:
-
sip_regid ?: [RegistrationID][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_regid [RegistrationID]: ok [CR][LF]
[IP address]>
sip_regid [RegistrationID]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.26.5 SIP Registration Active
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.4.0
When active is set to �on’ the current registration set is activated and the Centauri will
instantly try to register using the current registration set.
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When active is set to �off’ the current registration set is deactivated. A registration set has
to be deactivated in order to be able to change registrar, username, password or phone
number.
Syntax:
sip_active <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, active]
Response:
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sip_active ?: [active][CR][LF][IP address]>
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sip_active [active]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
sip_active [active]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.26.6 SIP Registrar
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.5.0
This sets the registrar of the current registration set. The registrar is usually the SIP Server
that the Centauri should register with.
Be sure to set a valid DNS server if necessary.
Syntax:
sip_registrar <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, SIPregistrar]
Response:
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sip_registrar ?: [SIPregistrar][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_registrar [SIPregistrar]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
sip_registrar [SIPregistrar]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.26.7 SIP username
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.6.0
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This sets the username of the current registration set. The username is usually available
from the provider of a SIP Server.
Syntax:
sip_user <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, SIPusername]
Response:
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sip_user ?: [SIPusername][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_user [SIPusername]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
sip_user [SIPusername]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
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3.26.8 SIP password
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.7.0
This sets the password of the current registration set. The password is usually available from
the provider of a SIP Server. If your SIP Server does not need a password, leave this blank.
Syntax:
sip_pass <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, SIPpassword]
Response:
-
sip_pass ?: [SIPpassword][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_pass ? [SIPpassword]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_pass [SIPpassword]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.26.9 SIP phonenumber
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.8.0
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This sets the phone number of the current registration set. The password is sometimes
available from the provider of a SIP Server. If your SIP Server does not need the phone
number, leave this blank.
Syntax:
sip_phone <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, SIPphonenumber]
Response:
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sip_phone ?: [SIPphonenumber][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
sip_phone [SIPphonenumber]: ok [CR][LF]
[IP address]>
-
sip_phone [SIPphonenumber]: error [err no][CR][LF]
[IP address]>
3.26.10
SIP Registration Status
SNMP-OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.24.11.0
This parameter is read only. It responds with a zero, if the device is not successfully
registered with a SIP Server. Otherwise the number of the successfully registered
Registration ID (see Fehler: Referenz nicht gefunden) is returned.
Syntax:
sip_regstatus ?
Response:
-
sip_regstatus ?: [0, 1-5][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27 3G commands
These commands are only available for devices with a 3G PCCard.
3.27.1 PIN Number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.1
Command to set and get the PIN Number for the SIM card.
Syntax:
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Parameter:
Param1: [?, PIN]
Response:
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3g_pin ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_pin [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_pin [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.2 APN
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.2
Command to set and get the Access Point Name (APN). The APN is usually provided by the operator.
A unofficial list can be found here: http://www.pinstack.com/carrier_settings_apn_gateway.html
Syntax:
3g_apn <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, APN]
Response:
-
3g_apn ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_apn [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_apn [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.3 Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.3
Command to set the preferred network technology.
Syntax:
3g_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?,gsm_only,3g_only,gsm_first,3g_first,nochange,auto]
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gsm_only: Only connect to GPRS/EDGE networks
3g_only: Only connect to UMTS networks
gsm_first: Prefer GPRS/EDGE networks
3g_first: Prefer UMTS networks (default)
nochange: Keep network once connected
auto: Automatic – card decides
Response:
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3g_mode ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_mode [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
3g_mode [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.4 Domain
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.4
Command to set and get the preferred domain inside the mobile cell.
Syntax:
3g_domain <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?,cs,ps,any,nopref,nochange,psattach,psdetach]
cs: Circuit switched only
ps: Packet switched only
any: Circuit and/or packet switched (default)
nopref: No preference
nochange: Don’t change
psattach: Packet switched attach on demand
psdetach: Packet switched detach on demand
Response:
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3g_domain [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.5 Frequency Band
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.5
Command to set and get the desired frequency range for operation.
Syntax:
3g_freq <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?,egsm,dcs,pcs,eu,us]
unknown: unknown (cannot be set)
egsm: Single band EGSM
dcs: Single band DCS
pcs: Single band PCS
eu: Dual band EGSM / DCS GSM900-DCS1800 (default /Europe)
us: Dual band EGSM / PCS GSM900-PCS1900 (America)
Response:
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3g_freq ?: [index][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_freq [index]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
3g_freq [index]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.6 Username
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.6
Command to set and get the username that is used during CHAP/PAP Authentification. This
information should be available from your Mobile Service Provider.
Syntax:
3g_user <param1>
Parameter:
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Response:
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3g_user ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_user [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_user [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.27.7 Password
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.27.7
Command to set and get the password that is used during CHAP/PAP Authentification. This
information should be available from your Mobile Service Provider.
Syntax:
3g_pass <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, password]
Response:
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3g_pass ?: [param1][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3g_pass [param1]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
3g_pass [param1]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28 Setting commands
A setting describes the configuration of the device. It can be consist of several configuration
types. Settings can be used by phonebook to setup a device with the corresponding
configuration types.
3.28.1 Setting configuration type
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.1
Command to set and get the type of the selected configuration.
Syntax:
set_cfg <param>
Parameter:
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Param: [?, vid, fls, zone, bck, e1, mix, mII, sys, enc, dec,
isdn, x21, aud, ipprt, ipdev, ipcod,
comcod, com, fp, spo, umts, set, prof]
ipone,
auddev,
Response:
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set_cfg ?: [param][CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_cfg [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_cfg [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.2 Setting configuration index
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.2
Command to set and get the index of the selected setting.
Syntax:
set_idx <param>
Parameter:
Param: [?, 1..50]
Response:
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set_idx ?: [param][CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_idx [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_idx [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.3 Setting configuration name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.3
Command to set and get the name of the selected setting.
Syntax:
set_name <param>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, setting name]
Response:
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set_name [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_name [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.4 Load Setting
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.4
Command to load the selected setting to the corresponding destination. If the type is a codec/chain
orientated configuration this destination will be a codec/chain number. If the type is a device orientated
configuration the destination will be a device number.
Syntax:
set_load <param>
Parameter:
Param: [destination(chain, device, …)]
Response:
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set_load [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
set_load [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.5 Save Setting
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.5
Command to save the selected setting to the corresponding destination. If the type is a codec/chain
orientated configuration this destination will be a codec/chain number. If the type is a device orientated
configuration the destination will be a device number.
Syntax:
set_save <param>
Parameter:
Param: [destination(chain, device, …)]
Response:
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3.28.6 Used Settings
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.6
Command to get information about the used entries of the selected configuration types. A “0”
character shows that the corresponding entry/index is not used, “1” shows that is used.
Example:
000100011
Used entries: 4, 8, 9
Unused entries: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7
Syntax:
set_used <param>
Parameter:
Param: [?]
Response:
-
set_used ?: [][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.7 Actual settings
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.7
Command to set and get the content of the actual settings. The hex dump describes the whole
settings (multiple entries). Each entry is defined by the following structure: XXYYZ where XX is the
ordinal number of the configuration type, YY is the configuration index and Z is the destination. If the
type is a codec/chain orientated configuration this destination will be a codec/chain number. If the type
is a device orientated configuration the destination will be a device number.
Syntax:
set_set <param>
Parameter:
Param: [?, hex dump]
Response:
-
set_set ?: [param][CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_set [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
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set_set [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.8 Load complete settings
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.8
Command to load the complete configured setting.
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Syntax:
set_ldal <param>
Parameter:
Param: [index]
Response:
-
set_ldal [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
set_ldal [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.28.9 Save complete settings
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.28.9
Command to save the actual complete configured settings.
Syntax:
set_sval <param>
Parameter:
Param: [index]
Response:
-
set_sval [param]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
set_sval [param]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.29 WLAN
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the WLAN.
3.29.1 SSID
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.30.1
With this command it can be chosen to set the WLAN SSID.
Syntax:
wlan_ssid <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [SSID, ?]
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Response:
set ssid
wlan_ssid [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request ssid
wlan_ssid ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
wlan_ssid <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.29.2 Key
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.30.2
With this command it can be chosen to set the WLAN key.
Syntax:
wlan_key <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [key, ?]
Response:
set key
wlan_key [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request key
wlan_key ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
wlan_key <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.29.3 Encryption
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.30.3
With this command it can be chosen to set the WLAN encryption.
Syntax:
wlan_encryption <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [auto, none, wep, wpa, wpa2, ?]
Response:
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set encryption
wlan_encryption [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request encryption
wlan_encryption ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
wlan_encryption <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.29.4 Station name
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.30.4
With this command it can be chosen to set the WLAN station name.
Syntax:
wlan_stationname <param1>
Parameter:
Param 1: [name, ?]
Response:
set name
wlan_stationname [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request name
wlan_stationname ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
wlan_stationname <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.30 RPSU
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control the RPSU. These
commands are only available with C11.
3.30.1 Available
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.1
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu available.
Syntax:
rpsu_available ?
Response:
request rpsu
rpsu_available ?: [on, off][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_available <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.2 Power on
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.2
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu rpsu power switch. One bit for each switch.
Syntax:
rpsu_poweron <param1>
Parameter:
Param: [0..255, ?]
Response:
switch poweron
rpsu_poweron [value]: [ok][CR][LF][IP address]>
request poweron
rpsu_poweron ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_poweron <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.30.3 Fuse OK
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.3
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu fuse ok. One bit for each fuse.
Syntax:
rpsu_fuseok ?
Response:
request fuseok
rpsu_fuseok ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_fuseok <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.4 Output Voltage
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.4
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu output voltage [mV].
Syntax:
rpsu_voltage ?
Response:
request output voltage
rpsu_voltage ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_voltage <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.5 Output Current
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.5
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu output current [mA].
Syntax:
rpsu_current ?
Response:
request output current
rpsu_current ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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error
rpsu_current <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.6 Fan1
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.6
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu fan1 [rpm].
Syntax:
rpsu_fan1 ?
Response:
request fan1
rpsu_fan1 ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_fan1 <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.7 Fan2
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.7
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu fan2 [rpm].
Syntax:
rpsu_fan2 ?
Response:
request fan2
rpsu_fan2 ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_fan2 <param1>: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.8 Temperature 1
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.8
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu Temperature [В°C].
Syntax:
rpsu_temp1 ?
Response:
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rpsu_temp1 ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_temp1 ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.9 Type 1
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.10
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu psutype1.
Syntax:
rpsu_type1 ?
Response:
request type1
rpsu_type1 ?: [none, ac, dc][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_type1 ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.10
Type 2
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.12
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu psutype2.
Syntax:
rpsu_type2 ?
Response:
request type2
rpsu_type2 ?: [none, ac, dc][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_type2 ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.11
PSU Voltage 1
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.11
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu PSU voltage1 [mV].
Syntax:
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Response:
request voltage1
rpsu_voltage1 ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_voltage1 ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.12
PSU Voltage 2
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.13
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu PSU voltage2 [mV].
Syntax:
rpsu_voltage2 ?
Response:
request voltage2
rpsu_voltage2 ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_voltage2 ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.30.13
PSU Serial number
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.31.14
With this command it can be chosen to get the rpsu serial number.
Syntax:
rpsu_serial ?
Response:
request serial number
rpsu_serial ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
error
rpsu_serial ?: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.31 BGAN
The following section describes the commands and requests used to control BGAN Terminals. These
commands are only available with C11, Sporty and Flashman II. If you are looking for further
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information on how to use BGAN with MAYAH products, please refer to Application Note 32 (available
on http://www.mayah.com).
3.31.1 BGAN Mode
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.32.1
With this command BGAN Mode can be enabled, disabled and queried. Enabling and
disabling will take effect immediately. When enabling the MAYAH device will instantly start
searching for BGAN Terminals.
Syntax:
bgan_mode <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, on, off]
Response:
-
bgan_mode ?: [status][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_mode [status]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_mode [status]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.31.2 BGAN PIN
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.32.2
With this command the BGAN PIN can be set and retrieved.
Syntax:
bgan_pin <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, value]
Response:
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bgan_pin ?: [value][CR][LF][IP address]>
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bgan_pin [value]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_pin [value]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
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3.31.3 BGAN APN
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.32.3
With this command the BGAN APN can be set and retrieved.
Syntax:
bgan_apn <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?, string]
Response:
-
bgan_apn ?: [string][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_apn [string]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_apn [string]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.31.4 BGAN Username
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.32.4
With this command the username for a BGAN APN can be set and retrieved.
Syntax:
bgan_user <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?,string]
Response:
-
bgan_user ?: [string][CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_user [string]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
bgan_user [string]: error [err no][CR][LF][IP address]>
3.31.5 BGAN Password
SNMP-OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.6210.32.5
With this command the password for a BGAN APN can be set and retrieved.
Syntax:
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bgan_pass <param1>
Parameter:
Param1: [?,string]
Response:
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bgan_pass ?: [string][CR][LF][IP address]>
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bgan_pass [string]: ok [CR][LF][IP address]>
-
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4 Available Encoder and Decoder Settings
Centauri supports all sampling rates, bit rates and audio modes for the configured codec algorithm as
specified in the documents shown in 3.3.2. Not all combinations of codec settings are available. The
combinations are controlled after the changing of any codec settings. An invalid parameter will be
replaced by a valid one. Because of that you have to change the settings in the following order:
1. Algorithm
2. Sampling rate
3. Bit rate
4. Mode
4.1
Bit Rates for Coded Audio (Bit/s)
The following bit rates are available depending on the algorithm:
G.711 and G.722 Encoder:
64000.
G.711 and G.722 Decoder:
64000, 56000, 48000 (0,1,2 Least Significant Bits are ignored)
G.729:
8000, 12000, 14000, 16000, 18000, 20000, 22000, 24000,
26000, 28000, 30000, 32000
J.41
384000
J.57
1920000
MPEG1 Layer 2:
32000, 48000, 56000, 64000, 80000, 96000, 112000, 128000 **,
160000, 192000**, 224000, 256000**, 320000, 384000**
MPEG2 Layer 2:
8000, 16000, 24000, 32000, 40000, 48000, 56000, 64000,
80000, 96000, 112000, 128000, 144000, 160000
MPEG1 Layer 3:
32000, 40000, 48000, 56000, 64000, 80000, 96000, 112000,
128000, 160000, 192000, 224000, 256000, 320000
MPEG2 Layer 3:
24000, 32000, 40000, 48000, 56000, 64000, 72000, 80000,
96000, 104000, 112000, 128000, 136000, 144000, 152000,
160000
MPEG 2.5 Layer 3
8000, 16000, 24000, 32000, 40000, 48000, 56000, 64000
MPEG Layer 3 PRO*:
24000, 32000, 40000, 48000, 56000, 64000, 80000, 96000,
112000, 128000, 160000, 192000, 224000, 256000, 320000
AAC (MPEG2) ,
AAC (MPEG4) :
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AAC (LD):
from 8000 to 320000 in steps of 8000
AAC (DRM)
from 8000 to 72000 in steps of 20
Linear:
Bit rate is always computed and not adjustable
ADPCM4SB:
128000, 256000
AAC (HE):
see table 38
Standard APT-X,
Enhanced APT-X:
56000, 64000, 112000, 128000, 168000, 192000, 224000,
256000, 280000, 320000, 336000, 384000, 448000, 504000,
512000, 576000
Bit rate is always computed and not adjustable
DAT:
*) see table MP3
PRO
(For different AAC-algorithms see table
4.2
27)
Mode
All Modes (Mono, Dual Mono, Joint Stereo, Stereo) are available with the following exception:
G.711, G.722, G.729, J.41
only Mono.
J.57
only stereo
MPEG-1 Layer2:
Bit rate 32000, 48000, 56000, 80000: only Mono.
Bit rate > 192000: not Mono.
MPEG-2 Layer2:
Bit rate 8000, 16000, 24000, 40000: only Mono.
Bit rate > 96000: not Mono.
MPEG-1 Layer3:
Bit rate = 8000: only Mono.
Bit rate > 160000: not Mono.
MPEG-2.5 Layer3:
Bit rate = 8000: only Mono.
MPEG Layer3 pro
see table MP3 PRO
***
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AAC (MPEG4) *** :
Bit rate 8000: only Mono.
Sample rate = 16000, Bit rate > 168000: not mono
Sample rate = 22500, Bit rate > 232000: not mono
Sample rate = 24000, Bit rate > 248000: not mono
Sample rate > 24000, Bit rate > 168000: not Mono
AAC (LD)***
Bit rate 8000: only Mono.
Sample rate = 22500, Bit rate > 112000: not mono
Sample rate = 24000, Bit rate > 160000: not mono
Sample rate > 24000, Bit rate > 168000: not Mono
AAC (DRM) **/ ***
Sample rate = 12000, Bit rate < 14000: mono
Sample rate = 24000, 14000 <= Bit rate < 16480: mono
Sample rate = 24000, 16480 <= Bit rate < 26480: mono, j-st
Sample rate = 24000, 26480 <= Bit rate < 74000: stereo
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Linear:
only Mono or Stereo.
ADPCM4SB
Bit rate = 128000 : mono
Bit rate = 256000 : stereo
AAC (HE)***
Bit rate <= 32000 : mono
Bit rate > 32000 : not mono
See table 38
DAT:
Mono, Stereo
Mono: Computed Bit rate: Sample rate * 16.
Stereo: Computed Bit rate: Sample rate * 32.
**)
***
as of version 2.0.0.41 for Centauris with 400 mHz CPU only mono is valid
) For different AAC-algorithms see table 27
The following table shows possible combinations for MP3 PRO
OUTPUT
MODE
Mono
LC-stereoВІ
stereo
BIT RATE
[KBIT/S]
24
32
40
48
24
32
40
48
24
32
40
48
56
64
80
96
FS INPUT
[KHZ]
>=32
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=32
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=32
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
>=44,1
FS, MP3PRO
[KHZ]
32
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
32
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
32
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
44,1 or 48
FS, CORE MP3
[KHZ]
16
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
16
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
16
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
22,05 or 24
APPROX.BANDW.
[KHZ]
15,2
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
15,2
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
15,2
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
16,2 or 16,9
20,3
22,0 or 24,0
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The following table shows possible combinations for AAC (HE)
OUTPUT
MODE
BIT RATE
[KBIT/S]
8
Mono
10
12
16
20
24
32
40
48
56
64
24
32
40
Stereo /
48
Dual Mono 56
64
80
96
112
128
80
96
4
112
128
CHANNE 160
L
FS INPUT
[KHZ]
>=24
>=24
>=24
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
FS, AACPLUS
[KHZ]
24
24 or 32
24 or 32
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
FS, CORE AAC
[KHZ]
12
12 or 16
12 or 16
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,50 or 24
16, 22,50 or 24
16, 22,50 or 24
16, 22,50 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
APPROX.BANDW.
[KHZ]
8,5
11,0
11,5 or 11,0
12,2, 11,7 or 12,0
14,5, 14,8 or 15,3
15,2, 14,8 or 15,3
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,6 or 18,4
16,0, 20,3 or 20,3
16,0, 20,3 or 20,3
16,0, 20,3 or 20,3
13,7, 12,7 or 13,2
15,2, 14,8 or 15,3
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,5 or 18,3
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,6 or 18,4
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,6 or 18,4
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
32, 44,1 or 48
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16, 22,05 or 24
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,6 or 18,4
16,0, 20,3 or 22,1
14,5, 14,8 or 15,4
15,3, 14,8 or 15,4
15,3, 14,8 or 15,4
16,0, 16,2 or 16,9
16,0, 17,6 or 18,4
(2CPE)
80
96
4
112
128
CHANNE 160
L
(MPEG)
96
112
128
160
80
96
112
128
160
>=32
>=32
6
>=32
Channel
>=32
>=32
>=32
>=32
8
>=32
Channel
>=32
Table 48: Possible settings for AAC (HE)
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4 channel (2CPE) channel pair elements consists of front and rear channel pair; input data is assumed
left – right - left surround - right surround interleaved.
4 channel (MPEG) consists of a front center, a left - right pair and a single rear, input data is assumed
to be left – right - center and rear
6 channel consists of one single channel element (SPE) ,two channel pair elements and one low
frequency effect (LFE) channel; input data is assumed to be left front - right front – center – lfe - left
surround - right surround interleaved.
8 channel consists of 3 front channels, 2 side surround, 2 rear surround plus one subwoofer; input
data is assumed to be left front - right front – center – lfe - left side surround - right side surround - left
rear surround - right rear surround.
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Error Codes
CODE DESCRIPTION
0
Ok
1
Unknown command
2
Unknown
3
Invalid arguments
4
Not available
5
Ignored by application
6
No file
7
End of file (EOF)
8
No entry
9
No access
10
Entry used
11
Invalid algorithm
12
Invalid sample rate
13
Invalid bit rate
14
Invalid mode
15
Invalid file size
16
Insufficient information
17
Invalid bit stream format
18
Invalid signalling mode
Table 50: Error codes
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Device Error Codes
CODE EVENT
Rev.:
ADDITIONAL INFO
000
everything ok
001
CPU-Core-Voltage out of range
002
3.3-Voltage out of range
003
+5-Voltage out of range
004
+12-Voltage out of range
005
-5-Voltage out of range
006
-12-Voltage out of range
007
FAN1-RPM out of range (CPU-Fan)
008
FAN2-RPM out of range (Chassis-Fan)
009
FAN3-RPM out of range (Power-Fan)
010
FAN4-RPM out of range (unused)
011
T1 out of range (CPU-Temp.)
012
T2 out of range (System-Temp.)
013
T3 out of range (unused)
014
T4 out of range (unused)
020
available diskspace low on HDD C
021
available diskspace low on HDD D
050
ISA-Device1 missing (LED-Controller-Card) only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
051
ISA-Device2 missing (LCD-Controller-Card) only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
052
PCI-Device1 missing (Audio-Card 1)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
053
PCI-Device2 missing (Audio-Card 2)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
054
PCI-Device3 missing (Network-Card 1)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
055
PCI-Device4 missing (Network-Card 2)
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PCI-Device5 missing (ISDN-Card 1)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
057
PCI-Device6 missing (ISDN-Card 2)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
058
PCI-Device7 missing (Video-Card 1)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
059
PCI-Device8 missing (Video-Card 1)
only in Versions <= 1.1.0.14
Table 51: Device error codes
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IP Ports
PORT
Rev.:
CONTENT
20
ftp data
21
ftp control
23
Remote control (IO, FM2, Sporty, C11xx)
80
World Wide Web HTTP
123
NTP
161
SNMP
162
SNMP-TRAPS
554
RTSP
2000
Remote control (Centauri, MerkII)
2001
MPEG audio stream (TCP), searching for audio stream
2002
MPEG audio stream (UDP), searching for audio stream
2003
MPEG audio stream (RAW), searching for audio stream
2004
G.711 (TCP)
2005
G.711 (UDP)
2006
G.722 (TCP)
2007
G.722 (UDP)
2008
Linear, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
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Linear, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2010
Linear, 44100 Hz, mono (TCP)
2011
Linear, 44100 Hz, mono (UDP)
2012
Linear, 48000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2013
Linear, 48000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2014
Linear, 64000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2015
Linear, 64000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2016
Linear, 88200 Hz, mono (TCP)
2017
Linear, 88200 Hz, mono (UDP)
2018
Linear, 96000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2019
Linear, 96000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2020
Linear, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2021
Linear, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2022
Linear, 44100 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2023
Linear, 44100 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2024
Linear, 48000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2025
Linear, 48000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2026
Linear, 64000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2027
Linear, 64000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2028
Linear, 88200 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2029
Linear, 88200 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2030
Linear, 96000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2031
Linear, 96000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2032
Linear, 24000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2033
Linear, 24000 Hz, mono (UDP)
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Linear, 22050 Hz, mono (TCP)
2035
Linear, 22050 Hz, mono (UDP)
2036
Linear, 16000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2037
Linear, 16000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2038
Linear, 12000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2039
Linear, 12000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2040
Linear, 11025 Hz, mono (TCP)
2041
Linear, 11025 Hz, mono (UDP)
2042
Linear, 8000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2043
Linear, 8000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2044
Linear, 24000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2045
Linear, 24000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2046
Linear, 22050 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2047
Linear, 22050 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2048
Linear, 16000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2049
Linear, 16000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2050
Linear, 12000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2051
Linear, 12000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2052
Linear, 11025 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2053
Linear, 11025 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2054
Linear, 8000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2055
Linear, 8000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2056
Micda, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2057
Micda, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2058
Micda, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
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Micda, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2060
Broadcast (UDP)
2061
APT-X, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2062
APT-X, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2063
APT-X, 48000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2064
APT-X, 48000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2065
APT-X, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2066
APT-X, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2067
APT-X, 48000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2068
APT-X, 48000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2069
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2070
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2071
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 48000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2072
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 48000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2073
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2074
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2075
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2076
APT-X Enhanced, 16bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2077
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2078
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2079
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 48000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2080
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 48000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2081
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2082
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2083
APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
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APT-X Enhanced, 20bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2085
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 32000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2086
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 32000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2087
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 48000 Hz, mono (TCP)
2088
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 48000 Hz, mono (UDP)
2089
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2090
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 32000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2091
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (TCP)
2092
APT-X Enhanced, 24bit, 48000 Hz, stereo (UDP)
2093
MPEG TS (UDP)
5004+n
RTP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5005+n
RTCP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5006+n
FEC column RTP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5007+n
FEC column RTCP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5008+n
FEC row RTP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5009+n
FEC row RTCP (UDP) n = [0, 10, 20, ...]
see sub codec 2.5.
5060
SIP (TCP & UDP)
9875
SAP
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Factory Default Parameter of the Different Groups
8.1
System Group
PARAMETER
8.2
DEFAULT VALUE
UpdateServerAddress
0811551661
HealthEventMask
$80003100 (without chassis FAN)
$80003500 (with chassis FAN)
Encoder Group
PARAMETER
8.3
DEFAULT VALUE
Algorithm
MPEGL3
Mode
mono
Bit rate
64000 Bit/sec
Sample rate
32000 Hz
Format
auto
Audio Interface
analog
Dependency
Remote
Ancillary Data Mode
Auto
Decoder Group
PARAMETER
Rev.:
DEFAULT VALUE
Algorithm
MPEGL3
Mode
Mono
Bit rate
64000 Bit/sec
Sample rate
32000 Hz
Format
Auto
Audio Interface
Analog
Dependency
Remote
Ancillary Data Mode
Auto
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ISDN Group
PARAMETER
8.5
DEFAULT VALUE
D Channel Protocol
DSS1
MSN (per B-Channel)
[none]
SPID (per B-Channel)
[none]
Charge Count (per B-Channel)
0
PBX
[none]
PBX digits
0
Predial
[none]
Redial
0
Redial wait
0
G.711 mode
ALaw
G.711 level
0 dB
Audio Group
PARAMETER
Rev.:
DEFAULT VALUE
Enc_mastervolL
65535
Enc_mastervolR
65535
Enc_volL
65535
Enc_volR
65535
Enc_PanL
0
Enc_PanR
65535
Enc_Monitoring
False
Enc_MonVolL
65535
Enc_MonVolR
65535
Enc_MonPanL
0
Enc_MonPanR
65535
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Enc_ClipLevel
8000000
Audio_ADATMaster
False
Audio_ AESSF
48000
Audio_ AESSFSource
Clock (Internal)
Audio_InGain
127
Audio_OutGain
127
Audio_InChannel
mixed
Audio_OutChannel
mixed
Audio_Delay
0
Audio_DetectLevel
0
Audio_DetectTime
-1
Audio_LostLevel
0
Audio_LostTime
-1
IP Group
PARAMETER
Rev.:
DEFAULT VALUE
IP_address
10.0.0.10
IP_netmask
255.255.255.0
IP_gateway
255.255.255.255
IP_DNSserver
255.255.255.255
IP_SNMPserver
255.255.255.255
IP_address2
10.0.1.10
IP_netmask2
255.255.255.0
IP_gateway2
255.255.255.255
IP_DNSserver2
255.255.255.255
IP_AudioPort
2001
IP_transferrate
1, auto
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IP_duplex
1, auto
IP_snmptraps
1, V1
IP_timeout
0
IP_packetsize
256
X.21 Group
PARAMETER
8.8
DEFAULT VALUE
X21_mode
DTE
X21_clocking
T4
X21_prot
X.21
X21_dualport
off
Common Group
PARAMETER
8.9
DEFAULT VALUE
Com_Interface
ISDN
Com_DualMode
0
Ancillary Data Group
PARAMETER
AncData_Baudrate
57600
AncData_Databits
8.10
8
AncData_Parity
None
AncData_StopBits
1
AncData_Handshake
None
Timeouts Group
PARAMETER
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30
Disconnect timeout
45
Table 53-62: Factory default parameters
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Abbreviations in log files
Each entry in the log file starts with a length of the following characters.
Description
Additional parameters
A Incoming call
Calling number, Called number
Chain number, available bytes, required bytes
a Audio lost (on time)
B Device start or stop time
C First CODEC connection
Chain number
c Last CODEC connection
Chain number
CMD Remote command (refer to
Command channel (0 SNMP (see below), 1 Telnet, 2 RSCommunication Reference
232, 3 ISDN, 4 Event action, 5 E1-Interface, 6 DirectManual)
Webremote), Remote command
CMD SNMP OID command (refer to
0, s, SNMP-OID’s, value to set, error code (5)
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and SNMP MIB)
CMD SNMP table command (refer to
0, t, group, table, entry, table entry, index 1, index 2, value
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and SNMP MIB (enterprise
specific MIB 6210))
CN Comfort noise datagram ignored Chain number, sequence number
D Start decoder with ID
String of decoder settings
d Stop decoder with ID
String of decoder settings
E Start encoder with ID
String of encoder settings
e Stop encoder with ID
String of encoder settings
F Set Alarm
Alarm status
The part before �PSU’ is the power supply status, which is
a hexadecimal value that has to be interpreted bit-wise as
follows:
1 1 1 1
| | | |
| | | в””->
| | в””--->
| в””----->
в””------->
f Framing Event
G Start ASI-connection with ID
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power
power
supply
supply
supply
supply
2
1
2
1
failed
failed
present
present
Chain number, Event:
+ : framing established
- : framing lost
Chain number, direction, host
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H RTP jitter exceed allowed
configured audio network delay
I
i
J
j
l
M
N
n
O
P
Q
Ra
Rb
Rc
Rd
Re
Rf
Rg
Rh
T
t
S
s
u
U
vD
vE
X
x
Z
z
1
2
Chain number
Chain number, seconds since last packet, seconds
between last and previous packet, normal interval time,
clock rate, sequence number
Start ISDN-connection with ID
Index, Direction, Destination number
Stop ISDN-connection with ID
Index, Reason, Connect time, Charge count
Connect request
Index, Direction
Disconnect identification
Index, Reason
Lock Event
Chain number, Event:
+ : audio and video lock
- : audio and video lock lost
Memory failure
Chain number, ....
Start IP-connection with ID
Chain number, direction, host [, receive, port]
Stop IP-connection with ID
Chain number
SIP Message
SIP Events and Messages
Dial protection deactivated
�0’, Direction, ISDN-channel, Calling number
RTP audio size exceeded
Chain number, RTP protocol mode, max audio packet
size, audio size
RTP packet lost (queue full)
Chain number, sequence number expected, next
sequence number, max queue elements
RTP packet lost (sequence error) Chain number, sequence number expected, sequence
counter
RTP packet lost
Chain number, sequence number expected, sequence
number received
RTP packet lost (packet outdated) Chain number, sequence number, seconds of latency time
RTP packet lost (detected)
Chain number, wait milliseconds, lost packet, next packet,
only in debug version
sequence counter, restored packets
RTP packet lost (handling next)
Chain number, wait milliseconds, restored packets, next
only in debug version
packet, sequence counter
RTP packet corrected by FEC
Chain number, sequence number
RTP packet corrected by FEC
Chain number, sequence number
only in debug version
Telegram received
Telegram function code, �:’, Telegram data
SDP file
Changed/deleted, file name
Synchronisation info
Chain number, algorithm, bit rate, sample rate, audio
mode, multiplexer mode
Internal device mode
Chain number, multiplexer mode, special info
Update in progress
Channel, Frontpanel text
Update successful
�1’, Frontpanel text, �OK’
Decoder error code
Chain number, algorithm, error code
Encoder error code
Chain number, algorithm, error code
Start X.21-connection with ID
Channel, Direction, Channel
Stop X.21-connection with ID
Channel
Event action condition
Ignore, event, index, action
Audio lost
Device, Protocol (channel, drop count)
Identification of connected device
Serial number of connected device
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Apt-X sample rates
presently valid ISDN bitrates are indicated with a “+”
Bitrate
Algorithm
Mode
Samplerate
32000
32000
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Mono
8000.0000
8000.0000
40000
40000
40000
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Mono
Mono
Mono
10000.0000
10000.0000
8000.0000
48000
48000
48000
48000
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
12000.0000
12000.0000
9600.0000
8000.0000
56000
56000
56000
56000
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
14000.0000
14000.0000
11200.0000
9333.3333
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Mono
Mono
8000.0000
16000.0000
8000.0000
16000.0000
12800.0000
10666.6667
72000
72000
72000
72000
72000
72000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Mono
Mono
9000.0000
18000.0000
9000.0000
18000.0000
14400.0000
12000.0000
80000
80000
80000
80000
80000
80000
80000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Mono
10000.0000
20000.0000
10000.0000
20000.0000
8000.0000
16000.0000
13333.3333
64000
64000
64000
64000
64000
64000
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+
+
+
+
+
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Rev.:
Algorithm
Mode
Samplerate
88000
88000
88000
88000
88000
88000
88000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Mono
11000.0000
22000.0000
11000.0000
22000.0000
8800.0000
17600.0000
14666.6667
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
96000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
12000.0000
24000.0000
12000.0000
24000.0000
9600.0000
19200.0000
8000.0000
16000.0000
104000
104000
104000
104000
104000
104000
104000
104000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
13000.0000
26000.0000
13000.0000
26000.0000
10400.0000
20800.0000
8666.6667
17333.3333
112000
112000
112000
112000
112000
112000
112000
112000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
14000.0000
28000.0000
14000.0000
28000.0000
11200.0000
22400.0000
9333.3333
18666.6667
120000
120000
120000
120000
120000
120000
120000
120000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
15000.0000
30000.0000
15000.0000
30000.0000
12000.0000
24000.0000
10000.0000
20000.0000
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ISDN
Algorithm
Mode
Samplerate
128000
128000
128000
128000
128000
128000
128000
128000
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
16000.0000
32000.0000
16000.0000
32000.0000
12800.0000
25600.0000
10666.6667
21333.3333
136000
136000
136000
136000
136000
136000
136000
136000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
17000.0000
34000.0000
17000.0000
34000.0000
13600.0000
27200.0000
11333.3333
22666.6667
144000
144000
144000
144000
144000
144000
144000
144000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
18000.0000
36000.0000
18000.0000
36000.0000
14400.0000
28800.0000
12000.0000
24000.0000
152000
152000
152000
152000
152000
152000
152000
152000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
19000.0000
38000.0000
19000.0000
38000.0000
15200.0000
30400.0000
12666.6667
25333.3333
160000
160000
160000
160000
160000
160000
160000
160000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
20000.0000
40000.0000
20000.0000
40000.0000
16000.0000
32000.0000
13333.3333
26666.6667
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168000
168000
168000
168000
168000
168000
168000
168000
Algorithm
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Mode
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Samplerate
21000.0000
42000.0000
21000.0000
42000.0000
16800.0000
33600.0000
14000.0000
28000.0000
176000
176000
176000
176000
176000
176000
176000
176000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
22000.0000
44000.0000
22000.0000
44000.0000
17600.0000
35200.0000
14666.6667
29333.3333
184000
184000
184000
184000
184000
184000
184000
184000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
23000.0000
46000.0000
23000.0000
46000.0000
18400.0000
36800.0000
15333.3333
30666.6667
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
24000.0000
48000.0000
24000.0000
48000.0000
19200.0000
38400.0000
16000.0000
32000.0000
200000
200000
200000
200000
200000
200000
200000
200000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
25000.0000
50000.0000
25000.0000
50000.0000
20000.0000
40000.0000
16666.6667
33333.3333
216000
Standard APT-X
Stereo
27000.0000
192000
192000
192000
192000
192000
192000
192000
192000
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216000
216000
216000
216000
216000
216000
216000
Algorithm
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Mode
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Samplerate
54000.0000
27000.0000
54000.0000
21600.0000
43200.0000
18000.0000
36000.0000
224000
224000
224000
224000
224000
224000
224000
224000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
28000.0000
56000.0000
28000.0000
56000.0000
22400.0000
44800.0000
18666.6667
37333.3333
232000
232000
232000
232000
232000
232000
232000
232000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
29000.0000
58000.0000
29000.0000
58000.0000
23200.0000
46400.0000
19333.3333
38666.6667
240000
240000
240000
240000
240000
240000
240000
240000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
30000.0000
60000.0000
30000.0000
60000.0000
24000.0000
48000.0000
20000.0000
40000.0000
248000
248000
248000
248000
248000
248000
248000
248000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
31000.0000
62000.0000
31000.0000
62000.0000
24800.0000
49600.0000
20666.6667
41333.3333
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Stereo
Mono
32000.0000
64000.0000
256000
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256000
256000
256000
256000
256000
256000
Algorithm
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Mode
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Samplerate
32000.0000
64000.0000
25600.0000
51200.0000
21333.3333
42666.6667
264000
264000
264000
264000
264000
264000
264000
264000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
33000.0000
6000.0000
33000.0000
66000.0000
26400.0000
52800.0000
22000.0000
44000.0000
272000
272000
272000
272000
272000
272000
272000
272000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
34000.0000
68000.0000
34000.0000
68000.0000
27200.0000
54400.0000
22666.6667
45333.3333
280000
280000
280000
280000
280000
280000
280000
280000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
35000.0000
70000.0000
35000.0000
70000.0000
28000.0000
56000.0000
23333.3333
46666.6667
288000
288000
288000
288000
288000
288000
288000
288000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
36000.0000
72000.0000
36000.0000
72000.0000
28800.0000
57600.0000
24000.0000
48000.0000
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
40000.0000
80000.0000
40000.0000
320000
320000
320000
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Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Mode
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Samplerate
80000.0000
32000.0000
64000.0000
26666.6667
53333.3333
384000
384000
384000
384000
384000
384000
384000
384000
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Standard APT-X
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
48000.0000
96000.0000
48000.0000
96000.0000
38400.0000
76800.0000
32000.0000
64000.0000
448000
448000
448000
448000
448000
448000
+
+
+
+
+
+
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono
Stereo
Mono
56000.0000
56000.0000
44800.0000
89600.0000
37333.3333
74666.6667
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono
63000.0000
63000.0000
50400.0000
42000.0000
84000.0000
504000
504000
504000
504000
504000
512000
512000
512000
512000
512000
+
+
+
+
+
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono
64000.0000
64000.0000
51200.0000
42666.6667
85333.3333
576000
576000
576000
576000
576000
+
+
+
+
+
Standard APT-X
Enh. APT-X 16
Enh. APT-X 20
Enh. APT-X 24
Enh. APT-X 24
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono
72000.0000
72000.0000
57600.0000
48000.0000
96000.0000
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11
System files
11.1
Phonebook files
Phonebook files contains the interface types, the destination numbers and the required
profile settings for a connection to another codec. These files are located in the root folder of
the device!
The import of phonebook files from other codec types doesn’t work reliable. It could be tried
by own risk!
11.1.1 Phonebook file (phone.dat)
Phonebook file contains the interface type, the destination number(s) and the index of the
required profile.
11.1.2 Profile file (profile.dat)
Profile file contains different codec settings which can be used for phone book entries or to
configure the encoder or decoder on the codec.
11.2
Log files
Log files contains text lines which describes the last actions on the device. Please refer also
to 9. These files are located in the root folder of the device!
11.2.1 Actual log file (logact.txt)
Actual log file contains the last action protocol lines.
11.2.2 Actual log file (logold.txt)
Old log file contains the older action protocol lines.
11.3
Configuration files
Configuration files are located in the CFG folder of the device. These files could be exported
or imported between the same codec types.
The import of files from other codec types doesn’t work reliable. It could be tried by own risk!
The following configuration files could be exist on Mayah codecs:
11.3.1 Mayah.dat
Contains spezial informations about the codec and could not be imported from other devices.
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11.3.2 Video2.dat
Contains informations about video settings.
11.3.3 Flashy2.dat
Contains informations about FM II.
11.3.4 timezone.dat
Contains the time zone informations.
11.3.5 Backplan.dat
Contains informations about the back plane.
11.3.6 E1Cfg.dat
Contains informations about E1.
11.3.7 mixer.dat
Contains mixer settings for Merk II.
11.3.8 merkII.dat
Contains Merk II informations.
11.3.9 system.dat
Contains system informations.
11.3.10
encoder.dat
Contains actual configured encoder settings for every subcodec.
11.3.11
decoder.dat
Contains actual configured decoder settings for every subcodec.
11.3.12
isdn.dat
Contains informations about ISDN.
11.3.13
x21.dat
Contains informations about X.21.
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11.3.14
Audio.dat
Contains subcodec specific audio informations.
11.3.15
IPport.dat
Contains port informations for IP.
11.3.16
IPdev.dat
Contains IP settings for network interfaces.
11.3.17
IPcod.dat
Contains subcodec specific IP informations.
11.3.18
IPcfg2.dat
Contains system specific IP settings like SNMP server, traps, IP services or SAP.
11.3.19
Audiodev.dat
Contains audio interface specific informations.
11.3.20
ComCod.dat
Contains subcodec specific communication settings.
11.3.21
Com.dat
Contains system specific communication settings.
11.3.22
FRONTPNL.DAT
Contains front panel informations.
11.3.23
Sporty.dat
Contains informations for Sporty devices.
11.3.24
UMTS.dat
Contains UMTS settings.
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11.3.25
Settings.dat
Contains a subset of all configuration values. It could be used to save a whole system
configuration and it will be used internaly for redials.
11.3.26
storage.dat
Contains informations about storage settings. Mainly used for recording!
11.3.27
C11xx.dat
Contains informations about C11xx devices.
11.3.28
PSTN.dat
Contains informations about PSTN / POTS.
11.3.29
Connection.dat
Contains the last connections.
11.3.30
Extern.dat
Contains FTP client informations for import, export, audio and remote control.
11.3.31
session.dat
Contains indices of phone book entries to establish multiple connections with one call. This
will be also used for MPEGTS sessions with different codec settings.
11.3.32
conphone.dat
Contains the last subcodec specific connections.
11.3.33
wlan.dat
Contains informations about WLAN.
11.3.34
smtp.dat
Contains informations about SMTP.
11.3.35
snmp.dat
Contains informations about SNMP.
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11.3.36
bgan.dat
Contains informations about BGAN.
11.3.37
ftpclient.dat
Contains FTP client informations.
11.3.38
ntp.ini
Contains informations about NTP.
11.3.39
last.mix
Conatins the last mixer settings.
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