As we saw in Chapter 2 talking about media Filtering, In order to replace any V-Node, this V-Node needs to have all the media.
That’s why the we have to set ON for VN04 on all Media Filters :
|FILTER name||Default X||Default Y||V-Nodes “ON”||V-Nodes “OFF”|
|NW||0||0||VN01, VN04||VN02, VN03|
|EW||1280||0||VN01, VN04||VN02, VN03|
|SW||3280||0||VN02, VN04||VN01, VN03|
|WW||4560||0||VN02, VN04||VN01, VN03|
|FLOOR||0||2000||VN03, VN04||VN01, VN02|
|SPEAKERSTV||2000||2000||VN03, VN04||VN01, VN02|
- Add a new VN04 Spare
- Open the Media list window and click on any media
- Click on the Filter tab, then Edit
- Edit the filters
If you click on the V-Node 04, you can as well check the option case Force all media load, this will send every media to this V-Node while doing an ONLINE.
Tasks to quickly replace a V-Node with the Spare V-Node
- Open the Tasks window
- Add a task Folder named “VNODE”
- Add a new task into it that you name “Spare VN replaces VN01”
- Drag & drop the VN01 from the V-Node window
- Select this Subtask then as action select Offline
- Drag & drop the VN04 and set its action to Fast Replace V-Node then drag & drop the V-Node 04 into the field V-Node in the Editor
- Now, drag & drop the V-Node 04 into the Subtask area and set a delay of 2s, then select it
- Set the action to Online
Repeat these steps for V-Node 02 and 03.
Now, we will see how to use these tasks into the user interface we will create in the UI Designer.
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