Avenview HDM-C6MXIP-SET Cisco Network Switch Setup Guide

Avenview HDM-C6MXIP-SET Cisco Network Switch Setup Guide
Control Your Video
VIDEO WALL VIDEO PROCESSORS
MULTIVIEWERS DIGITAL SIGNAGE
EXTENDERS CONTROL CENTERS
SCALERS WIRELESS
HDM-C6MX/WIP-SET
Videowall Matrix IP Extender with
Audio, RS232 and CEC control
M-SERIES- HDM-C6MXIP & MWIP
CISCO SWITCH CONFIGURATION GUIDE
HDM-C6MX/WIP-SET Compatible switch configuration on Existing Network
What is Multicast Video?
Multicast video manages large number of recipients (Rx) from a replicated
transmission which makes a tremendous difference in network load, even in a
simple network with a small number of router and switch hops.
Additional features of multicast are beneficial in specific applications such as IP Encoder/Decoders. Multicast transmissions
are delivered nearly simultaneously to all members of the recipient group.
What is IGMP?
IGMP is a network layer (Layer 3) protocol used to establish membership in a Multicast group and can register a router to
receive specific Multicast traffic. Without IGMP Querying/Snooping, Multicast traffic is treated in the same manner as a
Broadcast transmission, which forwards packets to all ports on the network. With IGMP Querying/Snooping, Multicast
traffic is only forwarded to ports that are members of that Multicast group. IGMP Snooping generates no additional
network traffic, which significantly reduces the Multicast traffic passing through your switch.
CISCO SWITCH CONFIGURATION STEPS
1. Go to Port Management ---> Green Ethernet --->Properties ---> Uncheck Enable 802.3 Energy Efficient Ethernet EEE(uncheck box to disable).Press Apply once completed.
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2. Go to Multicast ---> Properties ---> Enable Bridge Multicast Filtering Status (check box to enable).Press Apply once completed.
3. In Multicast > IGMP Snooping---> Enable IGMP Snooping Status (check box to enable). Press Apply once completed.
Click the first item IGMP Snooping Table---> then Edit, configure IGMP Snooping VLAN1
3.1 VLAN ID 1 > IGMP Snooping Status ---> Enable (check box to enable).
MRouter Ports Auto Learn---> Disable(uncheck box to disable)
Immediate Leave ---> Enable (check box to enable).
IGMP Querier Status---> Enable (check box to enable).
Select Auto > Adminstrative Querier Source IP Address.
Select IGMPV2> IGMP Querier Version.
Press Apply once completed.
Then Close to close the window.
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4. In Multicast >Unregistered Multicast---> Select Filtering for all ports. Press Apply once completed.
5. POE Configuration Setup> Switches that are POE, please ensure to disable POE in the unused ports. Example below
demonstartes disabling POE in ports 17-24.
Go to Port Management ---> Settings --->Select GE17---> Click Edit,
5.1 POE Administrative Status > Disable (uncheck box to disable).
Press Apply once completed.
Then Close to close the window.
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5.2 Go to Port Management ---> Settings --->Select GE17---> Click Copy Settings,
Copy Configuration from entry 17 (GE17) to> Type 18-24 or GE18 to GE24 to copy the same settings
Press Apply once completed.
5.3 Go to Administration> File Management--->Copy/Save Configuration
Source File name: Select Running configuration
Destination File Name: Select Startup Configuration
Press Apply once completed.
NOTE: Dont navigate to other screens copy operation will be aborted. Click OK
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GETTING STARTED
Preparations
Before installing the M-Series system, read carefully the instructions below.
Use only accessories and cables supplied with the products or purchased as required.
Recomended:
UTP Cables - Belden DataTwist 2400 Cables Exceed the TIA/EIA Requirements for Category 6 Installations and Provide for
Transmission Speeds Up to 2.4 Gb/s.
Network Switches
Small Solutions
CISCO SG300 FAMILY SWITCHES
CISCO CATALYST 2960 SWITCHES
WS-C2960-24TC-L
24-port 100Mbps Ethernet switch
SG300-28
28-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
WS-C2960S-24PS-L
24-port 1000Mbps PoE Ethernet switch
SG300-28P
28-port 1000Mbps PoE Ethernet switch
Medium Solutions
CISCO CATALYST 2960 SWITCHES
CISCO SG500 FAMILY SWITCHES
WS-C2960X-24PSQ-L
24-port 1000Mbps PoE
WS-C2960X-48FPS-L
48-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
SG500-28P
28-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
SG500-48P
48-port 1000Mbps PoE Ethernet switch
Large Solutions
CISCO CATALYST 2960 SWITCHES
CISCO SG500 FAMILY SWITCHES
WS-C2960X-48FPS-L
SG500-52P
48-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
52-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
HUAWEI SWITCHES
S5700-48TP-PWR-SI 48-port 1000Mbps Ethernet switch
Displays
For the installer or site designer to have a smooth CEC control feature, it is recommended to use the following tested manufacturers:
SAMSUNG
40" - UA40JU6400JXXZ, UA40HU5920J - 46" - UA46C7000WF, UN46D6500VF
SHARP
40" - LCD-40 LX440A
SONY
24" - KDL-24EX520 - 32" - KLV-32EX400 40" - KDL-40RM10 - 55" - BKD-55X9000A
RS232 Data
The M-series devices support ASCii commands as well as Hex commands to control external devices for simple automation control. This is supported
by connecting wires to the phoneix connector at the rear panel of the TX and RX. Sending commands from the MIP control box WEB interface or
3rd Party control systems over Telnet.
The M-series setup with CTRLPRO-MIP control box can also receive feedback DEVICE INFO when requested from 3rd Party control system.
Example: Volume level, Online and Offline status.
Audio Out
The M-series devices support Audio out via phoenix port or 3.5mm headphone jack on the rear panel of the TX and RX. This function is the key for
systems with an external audio distribution system so the installer can easily extend the audio from the TX without audio delay/lipsync issues. Having
this supported on the RX users can setup an audio matrix system without connecting to a monitor or send audio to an external amplifier at the display
side.
NOTE: All of the above have been tested and approved by Avenview, by implementing all features within a test solution we would like to enforce
following all the documentaion given would result in a successful solution. We cannot guarantee bandwidth and stabilty of the system outside our
recommended guidelines.
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CONFIGURING A L2 MANAGED SWITCH
Preparations
When installing the UTP cables, ensure it is provisioned by the TIA-569 standard with respect to cable run in pathways, space and
construction practices in support of telecommunication media and equipment within buildings.
CTRLPRO-MIP IP controller's LAN1(AV) port is connected to a switch and LAN2(C) port is connected to the same switch as well
to allow PC software control. If using iPad control or 3rd Party control systems connect the LAN2(C) port to the network router.
Configuring a Switch,
Proceed to perform different operations based on your actual manufacture and model network switch.
1. If the switch is supplied with Avenview devices then it has been configured correctly and passed our QC.
2. Disable green or energy-saving feature.
3. Enable Multicast forwarding or filtering.
4. Enable IGMP Snooping.
5. Adminstration source IP address- Auto.
6. Enable IGMP Querier.
7. Enable IGMP fast leave.
8. Disable dynamic multicast router port.
9. Disable forwarding unknown multicast.
10. The configuration to all the related settings 1-9 be made in global configuration and VLAN configuration.
Performing Matrix Switching
1. Power on devices:
- Power on source devices connected to the HDM-C6MXIP-S
- Power on display devices connected to HDM-C6MXIP-R
- Power on CTRLPRO-MIP IP controller,
- Power on TX or RX or alternatively plug into a POE switch
- How to calculate POE (See Page 9 on M-Series User Guide)
2. Configure your PC's network settings with IP address 169.254.254.65 and subnet mask 255.255.0.0, leave gateway and DNS blank.
3. Log in to CTRLPRO-MIP IP controller's web configuration page.
a) Enter IP address 192.168.11.243 of IP controller's LAN1(AV) port.
b) Enter username (admin by default) and password (admin by default).
4. In the web configuration page, choose Scenes > All Devices.
5. In Matrix area, the table of TX/RX units will appear with HDM-C6MXIP-S TX units across the top and the HDM-C6MXIP-R RX
down the left hand side.
Press the box that links each TX/RX to perform matrix switching.
Configuring Video Wall HDM-C6MWIP UNITS ONLY
1. On your computer, start M-Series PC Software then click Search button to search for TX and RX.
2. Create a scene.
a) In Scene area, click Create button.
b) In the dialog box, set scene name and size, and then click OK.
3. In Devices list, click and drag RX to the scene table to assign RX.
4. In Devices list, click and drag TX to the assigned RX positions in the scene table to perform matrix switching.
5. In the scene table, select multiple RX and choose Combine from the right-click menu to create a video wall.
Performing App Operations
1. Connect a wireless router's LAN port to the switch and the LAN2(c) on the CTRLPRO-MIP .
2. Configure wireless network settings in iPad.
a) Enable WLAN in iPad.
b) Connect iPad to your wireless router.
c) Click the connected wireless router name.
d) Click Static.
e) Set IP address as 169.254.1.21, subnet mask 255.255.0.0, but leave router and DNS blank.
3. Start CTRLPRO-M Window App or CTRLPRO-M Ipad App
It will automatically connect to IP controller and show Live preview of the sources
Drag and drop TX on to the RX in the scenes created
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