Remote Server (V9 and V10)
Remote Server is a client-server solution that
can be used to transport audio from multiple devices to one or two clients
over a network.
A Remote Server installation has two points of
presence: a computer running the Remote Server software at the
remote site and a computer running the Lite Client (or SentryNet, Enterprise) at the base station.
Each remote server serves two audio
channels per audio card (A & B) at remote site. The two audio channels can be any two sound card inputs on the
server computer. Two remote clients can connect to the Remote Server to receive
the A or B channels. The A and B channels are completely independent. At any
time only one client can be connected to each channel.
Server Status Display
Client Window Display
Only the Remote Server requires a license. Users may
install and use clients on as may computers as necessary.
Minimum 750 MHz running Windows® XP, 2000, Win7, Win10. Multiple active clients will require additional CPU speed.
Minimum of 256 megabytes of RAM. Disk space to install under 10 megabytes. Sound card and network interface
Network, Remote to
Base: Any network that provides
routed TCP/IP. This includes Internet, DSL, satellite, private microwave,
wireless LAN. RMA devices uses RJ45 Ethernet.
Remote to Base: Typical
bandwidth 64 kBPS per channel when GSM compression selected.