Network Interface Setup


 

In the Network Interface Setup application you program the interface

with the parameters needed for each radio type and data network.

 

Programming can only be done locally connected over the same sub network as the network interface.

 

There is a Basic System Setup description available on the download page.

 

 

 

Mimer Network Interface Setup

 

  • At the top left corner you will see a list of the interfaces that is found on the network. Clicking one of them will bring forward the information programmed into it.
  • At the top right corner there are some helpful functions to set the interfaces to the same sub network as the computer.
  • Settings for the selected unit:
    - ID: Each interface in the system needs to have its own unique ID.
    - SerNr: The interfaces serial number.
    - ID String: The name that shows up in Mimer SoftRadio.
    - Password: The password needed when using TCP over the Internet.
    - Addresses: Settings for your IP-network. The interface needs to have a fixed IP address, otherwise the operator can not connect.
    - Server port is used in TCP-systems involving fire walls.
    - Software rev.: Shows the version of firmware installed in the interface.
  • Mimer Network Interface: This box states that the interface is set to be a Mimer Network Interface. It can also be a Mimer SoftLine Interface. This is programmed before delivery
  • Motorola GM380: This box states that the interface in this case is set to be used together with a Motorola GM380 radio. There are tick boxes below to change between three types of radios. For most radio types this is not changeable, it is set before delivery.
  • Advanced: Behind this button is a menu were AF-levels in/out of the interface is set. See picture below. The levels are pre set before delivery to mach the radio type. If adjustment is needed the program "Mimer Levels" is useful.
  • Audio Buffer Delay: Helps when connection is poor. Set a higher delay for poor connections, e g satellite etc.
  • Wait Tone Level: Sets the transmitted audio level of the waiting tone (button with the hour glass on Mimer SoftRadio).
  • LF Detect Level: Sets the level where to detect that audio is coming in through the receiver. (The system does not use the radios squelch)
  • Monitor Tx Audio: Selecting this will mean that every operator hears all other operators outgoing audio on the connected device. Select this when operators are at different locations. Don't select when all operators  are in the same room, since it will cause audio feedback.

 

After changes are complete, don't forget to push "Write changes to unit".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example of settings of the AF-levels

Different levels for each radio type

 

 

Mimer Network Interface