Atlona AT-OMNI-311 OmniStream™ Host Side USB to IP Adapter Installation Guide

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Atlona AT-OMNI-311 OmniStreamâ„¢ Host Side USB to IP Adapter Installation Guide | Manualzz

USB over IP Adapter for Host Device

AT-OMNI-311

Installation Guide

AT-OMNI-311

The Atlona OmniStream™ USB 311 ( AT-OMNI-311 ) works in tandem with the OmniStream USB

324 (AT-OMNI-324) for extending USB from peripheral devices to a PC over Gigabit Ethernet.

The OmniStream USB 311 interfaces with a PC or other host device, while the OmniStream

USB 324 features a four-port USB hub for peripherals. The OmniStream USB over IP system is compatible with USB 2.0 data rates of up to 480 Mbps. It can be used with high-bandwidth devices including cameras, speaker phones, microphones, and DSPs, plus standard USB HID class devices such as a keyboard, mouse, or touch display. Up to seven OmniStream USB 324 units can be simultaneously paired to an OmniStream USB 311. Additionally, USB routing over the network can be managed using Atlona Management System (AMS) 2.0.

OmniStream USB products can be used in a wide variety of system design scenarios for soft codec conferencing and remote keyboard / mouse control. They are ideal for integrating USB audio and video devices as part of a fully IP-based meeting room system,in conjunction with

OmniStream AV over IP devices and the Velocity Control System.

Package Contents

1 x AT-OMNI-311

2 x Mounting brackets

1 x Installation Guide

IMPORTANT : Visit http://www.atlona.com/product/AT-OMNI-311 for the latest firmware updates and Installation Guide.

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Installation Guide

AT-OMNI-311

AT-OMNI-311

Panel Descriptions

UTILITY PAIRING HOST

Front

LAN

1 2 5 6 7 8

Rear

AT-OMNI-311

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

O MNI S TREAM TM

UTILITY PAIRING HOST LAN

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

3 4

PWR

PWR

using USB. No external power supply is required. Refer to

information.

TREAM TM LED Indicators (page 6)

for more

HOST

SIGNAL

HOST

This LED indicator glows green when a USB host device is connected to the unit. Refer to

LED

Indicators (page 6)

for more information.

LINK

This LED indicator is solid green when a solid connection between this unit and the receiver has been established. Refer to

LED Indicators (page 6) for more information.

SIGNAL

This LED indicator monitors data transmission between this unit and the receiver. The LED will blink

intermittently whether or not a USB device is connected. Refer to

more information.

LED Indicators (page 6) for

UTILITY

This port is for factory programming.

PAIRING

Press this button to begin the pairing process.

HOST

Connect a USB type-B connector from this port to the host computer.

LAN

Connect an Ethernet cable from this port to the Local Area Network (LAN).

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Mounting Instructions

The AT-OMNI-311 includes two mounting brackets, which can be used to attach the units to any flat surface.

1. Remove the two enclosure screws, on both sides of the unit, using a small Phillips-head screwdriver.

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

O MNI

S TREAM

TM

2. Position one of the mounting brackets, as shown below, aligning the holes on the side of the enclosure with one set of holes on the mounting bracket.

3. Attach the mounting brackets using the enclosure screws from Step 1.

4. Mount the unit using the ovalshaped holes, on each mounting bracket. If using a drywall surface, a #6 drywall screw is recommended.

O MNI

S TREAM

TM

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

O MNI

S TREAM

TM

NOTE: The unit can also be mounted under a table or other flat surface.

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Installation

1. Place the AT-OMNI-311 next to the USB host device and connect a USB cable from the

HOST port to the host computer.

The AT-OMNI-311 can be connect to a AT-OMNI-324 (not included) in one of two ways:

Over Network a. Connect an Ethernet cable, up to 330 feet (100 meters), from the LAN port on the

AT-OMNI-311 to the network switch.

b. Connect an Ethernet cable, up to 330 feet (100 meters), from the receiver (AT-

OMNI-324; not included) to a switch on the same network.

NOTE: When connecting a transmitter and receiver, over a network, the cable distance between hops must not exceed 330 feet (100 meters) for copper connections (fiber extenders can be used to create longer runs). For example, connecting up to five network switches, using copper cabling, can be used to extend USB up to 1980 feet (600 meters).

Direct Connection a. Connect an Ethernet cable, up to 330 feet (100 meters), from the LAN port of the

AT-OMNI-311 directly to the AT-OMNI-324 (not included).

2. The AT-OMNI-311 is powered by the host computer. No external power supply is required.

3. Refer to the Installation Guide for the AT-OMNI-324 for additional connection instructions and the User Manual for detailed information.

4. Refer to Pairing (page 4) for instructions on pairing a transmitter and receiver.

AMS 2.0

For easy configuration of Atlona devices, AMS 2.0 is available from https://atlona.com/AMS for free. Two options can be used for installation: The free Linux-based software download or the easy-to-install server hardware (AT-AMS-HW).

Once AMS has been set up:

1. Open a browser on the same network as AMS 2.0 and go to the IP of AMS 2.0. View the

AMS 2.0 installation instructions on how to find the IP of the software, if necessary.

2. Enter the login information on the AMS 2.0 web page, then click the Login button.

3. View the AT-OMNI-311 manual for additional configuration information.

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Connection Diagram

Laptop

USB

TM

OMNI

STREAM

AT-OMNI-311

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

Ethernet

STREAM

OMNI

TM

AT-OMNI-324

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

Microphone

Keyboard

Mouse

Web-cam

Laptop

USB

AT-OMNI-311

OMNI

STREAM

TM

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

Ethernet

Network

Switch

Network

Switch

Ethernet

LAN

Ethernet

Ethernet

OMNI

STREAM

TM

AT-OMNI-324

PWR

LINK

HOST

SIGNAL

Microphone

Keyboard

Mouse

Web-cam

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AT-OMNI-311

LED Indicators

The PWR , LINK , HOST , and SIGNAL LED indicators on the transmitter provide basic information on the current status of the AT-OMNI-311. The information in the table below applies to both the transmitter and receiver unit.

PWR

Solid blue

Off

Description

Unit is powered.

Unit is not powered.

• Verify that a USB Type-B cable is connected from the

HOST port to the host computer.

LINK

Solid green

Blinking green (slow)

Blinking green (fast)

Off

HOST

Solid green

Blinking green

SIGNAL

Blinking green

Off

Description

The link integrity between the transmitter and the receiver is good.

The transmitter is attempting to establish a link to the receiver.

The transmitter is in Pairing Mode.

There is no link between the transmitter and the receiver.

• Direct Mode:

Verify that an Ethernet cable is connected between the

LAN port on the sender and the receiver.

• Network Mode:

Verify that an Ethernet cable is connected between the

LAN port on the sender and the network switch.

• Check that the Ethernet cable is not physically damaged.

• Make sure that the Ethernet cable does not exceed 330 feet (100 meters).

Description

The transmitter is properly enumerated on the host computer.

The transmitter is a suspended state.

Description

This LED indicator will blink intermittently when data is being transmitted between the transmitter and the receiver.

The transmitter is in Suspend Mode.

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Notes

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