Yealink Meeting Server V20.0.0.5 User manual

Yealink Meeting Server  V20.0.0.5 User manual
About This Guide
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About This Guide
About This Guide
This guide introduces how to deploy and configure YMS.
The deployment structure of YMS includes standard version and enterprise version, also called
the stand-alone deployment and the cluster deployment.
In This Guide
This guide contains the following chapters:
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Stand-Alone Deployment on page 1
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Cluster Deployment on page 20
Summary of Changes
Changes for Release 20, Guide Version 20.0.0.5
The following section are new for this version:
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Cluster Deployment on page 20
Major updates have occurred to the following sections:

Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter in the Internal Network on page 1
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Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter in the External Network on page 3
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Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT on page 5
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Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters in the Internal Network and the External Network on
page 11
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT on page 14
Changes for Release 23, Guide Version 10.23.0.60
Major updates have occurred to the following section:
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Port Mapping Requirements on page 5
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
About This Guide ........................................................................... iii
In This Guide................................................................................................................................................. iii
Summary of Changes................................................................................................................................ iii
Changes for Release 20, Guide Version 20.0.0.5 ................................................................... iii
Changes for Release 23, Guide Version 10.23.0.60 .............................................................. iii
Table of Contents ............................................................................ v
Stand-Alone Deployment............................................................... 1
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter in the Internal Network ............................................... 1
Setting the Network ........................................................................................................................... 1
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address ................................. 2
Setting the Registration Service .................................................................................................... 2
Registering the Device ...................................................................................................................... 3
Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter in the External Network............................................... 3
Setting the Network ........................................................................................................................... 3
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address ................................. 4
Setting the Registration Service .................................................................................................... 4
Registering the Device ...................................................................................................................... 5
Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static NAT ................................................................ 5
Port Mapping Requirements .......................................................................................................... 5
Setting the Network ........................................................................................................................... 6
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address ................................. 8
Setting the Registration Service .................................................................................................... 8
Registering the Device ................................................................................................................... 10
Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters in the Internal Network and the External Network
......................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Setting the Network ........................................................................................................................ 11
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address .............................. 12
Setting the Registration Service ................................................................................................. 12
Registering the Device ................................................................................................................... 13
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static NAT .................................................................. 14
Port Mapping Requirements ....................................................................................................... 14
Setting the Network ........................................................................................................................ 15
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address .............................. 16
Setting the Registration Service ................................................................................................. 16
Registering the Device ................................................................................................................... 19
Cluster Deployment ...................................................................... 20
Port Mapping Requirements ............................................................................................................... 21
Setting the Network ................................................................................................................................ 22
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service Address ...................................... 22
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Configuring the Address Port Mapping.................................................................................. 23
Setting the Registration Service ......................................................................................................... 23
Configuring the Address Port Mapping.................................................................................. 24
Registering the Device ........................................................................................................................... 25
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Stand-Alone Deployment
Scenario 1: A Single Network Adapter in the
Internal Network
Setting the Network
If you register YMS accounts, place point-to-point calls or join video conferences only in the
internal network, you can deploy YMS by this method.
You just need configure the internal network adapter on YMS to finish the deployment.
Procedure:
Note
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
and the server will identity the IP address of the internal network adapter by
default, and then configure the network parameter to ensure the network connectivity.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
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Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service
Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name. The
web service address is used for the devices to access the server or the YMS contacts, to
download the firmware from the server and so on.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
Procedure:
2
1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the internal network.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Stand-Alone Deployment
Registering the Device
The users in the internal network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown
as the picture below:
Scenario 2: A Single Network Adapter in the
External Network
Setting the Network
If you register YMS accounts, place point-to-point calls or join video conferences only in the
Internet, you can deploy YMS by this method.
You just need configure the external network adapter on YMS to finish the deployment.
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Procedure:
Note
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
on the right side of the default node, and the server will identity the IP address of
the external network adapter by default, and then configure the network parameter to
ensure the network connectivity.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service
Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name. The
web service address is used for the devices to access the server or the YMS contacts, to
download the firmware from the server and so on.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
Procedure:
4
1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the external network.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Stand-Alone Deployment
Registering the Device
The users in external network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown as
the picture below:
Scenario 3: A Single Network Adapter and Static
NAT
Port Mapping Requirements
If the following ports are restricted in your network, you need open these ports. If YMS is
deployed in an intranet, you should map the following ports to the Internet to realize the
interconnection between the private and the Internet.
Module
Web port
Rsyslog
log service
port
H.323port
Port
UDP/TCP
Description
443
TCP
HTTPS port
444
TCP
YMS can be trusted by the Yealink
devices even if the web HTTPS
certificate is replaced by YMS.
80
TCP
HTTP port
514
UDP/TCP
YMS server can collect the device log
via this port.
1719
UDP/TCP
The RAS listener port of the
gatekeeper.
1720
UDP/TCP
The H.225 listener port of the gateway.
1722
UDP/TCP
The H.225 listener port of the
gatekeeper.
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Module
Turnserver
port
Port
UDP/TCP
Description
3478
UDP/TCP
The listener port of the traversal
service.
3479
UDP/TCP
The backup listener port.
9688
UDP/TCP
This port, which has impact on the
traversal service, should be mapped as
long as there is IP mapping.
5060
UDP/TCP
It is used for the IP call service.
5061
UDP/TCP
It is used for the registration service.
UDP/TCP
It is used for the third-party service, the
PSTN gateway service, the peer trunk
service, REG trunk service, and Skype
for Business service.
UDP/TCP
It is used for the MCU service, IVR,
BFCP/FECC, the conference stack
signaling, the conference stack media,
and the traversal service (UDP is
compulsory but TCP is optional).
SIP port
5062-5070
Media
port
10000-65535
Setting the Network
To ensure the YMS security and maintain the internal network, you can deploy YMS in the
internal network and map the address by static NAT through the router and YMS, so that users
in external network can access YMS.
For example, a YMS in the internal network with the IP address 10.86.0.220 and the domain
name 10.86.0.220.xip.io, after static NAT mapping, its IP address and domain name are
124.72.94.3 and yms220.yealink.com respectively. Therefore, the mapped IP address and
domain name can be used by the user for access and registration. In order to make the user in
the internal network can register accounts, we need configure another IP address on the
internal network, that is IP address 10.86.0.221. Note that YMS is allowed to configure multiple
IP addresses on one network adapter.
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Procedure:
Note
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
on the right side of the default node, and configure the network parameter to
ensure the network connectivity.
3.
Click Add and configure the second IP address for this network adapter.
4.
Click Save.
5.
Select the corresponding IP address, and enable Public IP to allow the access and
registration for the user in the external network.
6.
Click Save.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
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Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service
Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name.
For security reason, you can set the service addresses for the internal and external network
respectively, to realize the separation of the internal and external network when the device is
accessing the server or YMS contacts, downloading the firmware from the server.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
You can configure the registration service to allow the user in the internal and external network
to register a YMS account.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the internal network.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Stand-Alone Deployment
5.
Repeat the steps from 1 to 4 to configure the registration service for the external network.
After the configuration, the page is shown as below:
Configuring the Address Port Mapping
When configuring the registration service for the external network, the port 5060 and 5061 of
10.86.0.220 are mapped to the port 5060 and 5061 of 124.72.94.3, therefore, you need add
address port mapping on YMS.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Address Port Mapping->Add.
2.
Configure the address port mapping.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
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Registering the Device
The users in the internal network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown
as the picture below:
The users in external network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown as
the picture below:
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Stand-Alone Deployment
Scenario 4: Dual Network Adapters in the Internal
Network and the External Network
Setting the Network
If you register YMS accounts, place point-to-point calls or join video conferences in both the
internal network and the Internet, you can deploy YMS by this method.
You need configure the internal and external network adapter on YMS to finish the
deployment.
Procedure:
Note
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
and the server will identity the IP addresses of the internal and external network
adapters by default, and then configure the network parameter to ensure the network
connectivity.
3.
Select the desired adapter, and enable Public IP.
4.
Click Save.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
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Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service
Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name.
For security reason, you can set the service addresses for the internal and external network
respectively, to realize the separation of the internal and external network when the device is
accessing the server or YMS contacts, downloading the firmware from the server.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
You can configure the registration service to allow the user in both the internal and external
network to register a YMS account.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the internal network.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Stand-Alone Deployment
5.
Repeat the steps from 1 to 4 to configure the registration service for the external network.
After the configuration, the page is shown as below:
Registering the Device
The users in the internal network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown
as the picture below:
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The users in the external network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown
as the picture below:
Scenario 5: Dual Network Adapters and Static
NAT
Port Mapping Requirements
If the following ports are restricted in your network environment, you need open these ports. If
the YMS is deployed in an intranet, you should map the following ports to the Internet on the
router to realize the interconnection between the private and the Internet.
Module
Web port
Rsyslog log
service port
H.323port
Turnserver
port
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Port
UDP/TCP
Description
443
TCP
HTTPS port
444
TCP
YMS can be trusted by the Yealink
devices even if the web HTTPS
certificate is replaced by YMS.
80
TCP
HTTP port
514
UDP/TCP
YMS server can collect the device log
via this port.
1719
UDP/TCP
The RAS listener port of the
gatekeeper.
1720
UDP/TCP
The H.225 listener port of the
gateway.
1722
UDP/TCP
The H.225 listener port of the
gatekeeper.
3478
UDP/TCP
The listener port of the traversal
service.
3479
UDP/TCP
The backup listener port.
9688
UDP/TCP
This port, which has impact on the
Stand-Alone Deployment
Module
Port
UDP/TCP
Description
traversal service, should be mapped
as long as there is IP mapping.
5060
UDP/TCP
It is used for the IP call service.
5061
UDP/TCP
It is used for the registration service.
UDP/TCP
It is used for the third-party service,
the PSTN gateway service, the peer
trunk service, the REG trunk service,
and Skype for Business service.
UDP/TCP
It is used for the MCU service, IVR,
BFCP/FECC, the conference stack
signaling, the conference stack
media, and the traversal service (UDP
is compulsory but TCP is optional).
SIP port
5062-5070
Media port
10000-65535
Setting the Network
To ensure the YMS security and maintain the internal network, you can deploy YMS in the
internal network and configure the address by static NAT mapping through the router and
YMS, so that users in external network can access YMS.
You need configure the internal and external network adapter on YMS to finish the
deployment.
For example, a server in the internal network, with the IP address of LAN port as 10.82.24.149
and the primary domain name as 10.82.24.149.xip.io, is used for the user in the internal network
to access and register. The IP address (10.81.62.14) and domain name of this server’s WAN port,
after the static NAT mapping, is 218.107.197.142 and ymstest2.yealink.com respectively, which
can be used for the user in the external network to access and register.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
and the server will identity the IP addresses of the internal and external network
adapter by default, and then configure the network parameter to ensure the network
connectivity.
3.
Select the desired adapter, and enable Public IP.
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4.
Note
Click Save.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web Service
Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name.
For security reason, you can set the service addresses for the internal and external network
respectively, to realize the separation of the internal and external network when the device is
accessing the server or YMS contacts, downloading the firmware from the server.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
You can configure the registration service to allow the user in the internal and external network
to register a YMS account.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the internal network.
Stand-Alone Deployment
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
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5.
Repeat the steps from 1 to 4 to configure the registration service for the external network.
After the configuration, the page is shown as below:
Configuring the Address Port Mapping
Because the port 5060 and 5061 of 10.81.62.14 are mapped to the port 5060 and 5061 of
218.107.197.142, you need add address port mapping on YMS.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Address Port Mapping->Add.
2.
Configure the address port mapping.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Stand-Alone Deployment
Registering the Device
The users in the internal network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown
as the picture below:
The users in external network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC Desktop. It is shown as
the picture below:
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Cluster Deployment
If your enterprise uses cluster deployment, you need configure each node according to the
deployment plan.
The following part takes this environment as an example and introduces how to configure the
registration service. For other services, refer to Yealink Meeting Service Administrator Guide.
The above topology IP is described as below:
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Three master nodes: 10.86.254.11 (the master node), 10.86.254.12 (the sub-master node),
10.86.254.13 (the sub-master node), with 10.86.254.10 and 10.86.254.11 configured on
one network adapter and 10.86.254.10 mapped to the external network 110.87.96.14 by
NAT.
Nine business nodes which include the following:
Three edge nodes (providing signaling service): 172.17.2.21, 172.17.2.22, 172.17.2.23,
with 172.17.2.41 and 172.17.2.21 configured on one network adapter and 172.17.2.41
mapped to the external network 110.87.96.14 by NAT.
Three edge nodes (providing media service): 172.17.2.11, 172.17.2.12, 172.17.2.13, with
172.17.2.31 and 172.17.2.11 configured on one network adapter and 172.17.2.31 mapped
to the external network 110.87.96.14 by NAT.
Three MCUs: 10.86.254.21, 10.86.254.22, 10.86.254.23.
Cluster Deployment
Port Mapping Requirements
If the following ports are restricted in your network environment, you need open these ports. If
the YMS is deployed in an intranet, you should map the following ports to the Internet on the
router and YMS to realize the interconnection between the private and the Internet.
Requirements of the internal service port: make sure that the following ports in every node
of the cluster can communicate with each other.
Port
UDP/TCP
Description
8000-9000
UDP+TCP
The internal service port.
27017
UDP+TCP
This port is used for database accessing.
22
TCP
This port is used for installing or upgrading
YMS by SSH.
Requirements for the External Service Port:
Module
Web port
Rsyslog
service log
port
H.323 port
Turnserver
port
SIP port
Port
UDP/TCP
The detailed mapping
information based on the
above network topology
443
TCP
Map the port 443 of
172.17.2.41 to the port 8443 of
the external network
110.87.96.14.
444
TCP
unmapped
80
UDP/TCP
Map the port 80 of 172.17.2.41
to the port 8080) of the
external network 110.87.96.14.
514
UDP/TCP
1719
UDP/TCP
1720
UDP/TCP
1722
UDP/TCP
3478
UDP/TCP
3479
UDP/TCP
9688
UDP/TCP
unmapped
5060
UDP/TCP
5061
UDP/TCP
Map a port (from 5060 to
5061) of 172.17.2.41 to a port
(from 5060 to 5061) of the
external network 110.87.96.14.
5062-5070
UDP/TCP
unmapped
UDP/TCP
Map a port (from 10000 to
29999) of 172.17.2.41 to a port
(from 10000 to 29999) of the
external network 110.87.96.14.
unmapped
Media Port
10000-65535
Map a port (from 1719 to
1722) of 172.17.2.41 to a port
(from 1719 to 1722) of the
external network 110.87.96.14.
Map a port (from 3478 to
3479) of 172.17.2.31 to a port
(from 3478 to 3479) of the
external network 110.87.96.14.
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Setting the Network
You need configure the internal network to ensure a smooth internal network first and then
configure the external network mapping. Note that the name of each node is default, you can
edit them for convenient management and recognition.
Procedure:
Note
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Node Management.
2.
Click
and the server will identity the IP address of each node by default, and configure
the network parameter to ensure the network connectivity.
Make sure that DNS server is available. Otherwise, the service will be abnormal.
The routing rules came with the server cannot be deleted. If they are deleted, other added
routing rules will be abnormal.
You cannot edit the IP address of the master node on the management platform but you
can edit it in the installation file and re-install it.
Setting the Primary Domain Name and the Web
Service Address
When you register an account, the server address you enter is the primary domain name.
For security reason, you can set the service addresses for the internal and external network
respectively, to realize the separation of the internal and external network when the device is
accessing the server or YMS contacts, downloading the firmware from the server.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Common Setting->Network Association.
2.
Configure the primary domain name and the web service address.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Cluster Deployment
Configuring the Address Port Mapping
Because the port 443 of the internal network 172.17.2.41 is mapped to the port 8443 of the
external network 110.87.96.14, you need add address port mapping on YMS.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Address Port Mapping->Add.
2.
Configure the address port mapping.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Setting the Registration Service
You can configure the registration service to allow the user in the internal and external network
to register a YMS account.
Procedure:
1.
Log into YMS, and click Service->SIP Service->Registration Service->Add.
2.
Configure the registration service for the internal network.
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3.
Configure the registration service for the external network.
For example, add 172.17.2.41 (introduced in the above topology) to the server address.
After the configuration, the page is shown as below:
Configuring the Address Port Mapping
Because the port 5060 and 5061 of 172.17.2.41 are mapped to the port 5060 and 5061 of
110.87.96.14, you need add address port mapping on YMS.
Procedure:
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1.
Log into YMS, and click System Setting->Address Port Mapping->Add.
2.
Configure the address port mapping.
3.
Click Save.
4.
Operate according to prompts and click OK.
Cluster Deployment
Registering the Device
The users in the internal and external network can register YMS accounts via Yealink VC
Desktop. It is shown as the picture below:
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