The Mediatrix unit uses many services to carry out tasks and support features.
There are 3 service commands that can be used:
The are two types of services:
Note Available services may differ depending on the Mediatrix unit you are using. Furthermore, some services are available only if a licence has been installed. Available services are displayed on the DGW Web page, under System
Available services may differ depending on the Mediatrix unit you are using. Furthermore, some services are available only if a licence has been installed. Available services are displayed on the DGW Web page, under System /Services .
When a system or a user service needs to be restarted, the Some changes require to restart a service to apply new configuration message is systematically displayed on the DGW Web pages. Also, every service has the NeedRestartInfo CLI/MIB parameter to indicate if the service needs to be restarted for the configuration to fully take effect.
For the complete list of parameters and commands available for the configuration of each service, refer to the Reference Guide published on the Media5 documentation portal.
|Authentication, Authorization and Accounting (Aaa)||Manages the administrator accounts and grants or denies access to various parameters.|
|Certificate Manager (Cert)||Manages the security certificates used for the authentication of the unit and its peers before establishing a secure connection.|
|Configuration Manager (Conf)||Allows executing configuration scripts as well as performing backup/restore of the unit configuration.|
|Device Control Manager (Dcm)||Manages the hardware properties as well as the licence activation keys.|
|Ethernet Manager (Eth)||Manages the unit Ethernet link interfaces.|
|File Manager (File)||Allows the administrator to manage the files stored on the unit.|
|Firmware Pack Updater (Fpu)||Manages firmware upgrade, downgrade and rollback operations.|
|Host Configuration (Hoc)||Manages the IP host parameters and other system settings.|
|Local Quality Of Service (LQos)||Manages the QoS parameters applicable to the unit.|
|Notifications and Logging Manager (Nlm)||Manages the routing and filtering of the unit's event notification messages.|
|Process Control Manager (Pcm)||Manages the startup and shutdown sequence of the system.|
|Service Controller Manager (Scm)||Allows the administrator to enable or disable services.|
|Basic Network Interface (Bni)||Manages the layer 3 network interfaces.|
|Call Detail Record (Cdr)||Allows the administrator to generate custom call notifications with information such as endpoints, point of origin, duration, etc.|
|Command Line Interface (Cli)||Allows the administrator to manage the unit using the SSH or TELNET protocols.|
|Call Routing (Crout)||Transforms properties and routes calls between telephony interfaces and SIP endpoints.|
|CPE WAN Management Protocol (Cwmp)||Allows the administrator to manage the unit using the TR-069 protocol.|
|DHCP Server (Dhcp)||Manages a DHCP server on each network interface.|
|E&M Channel Associated Signaling (Eam)||Manages the E&M CAS telephony interfaces.|
|Endpoint Administration (EpAdm)||Allows for high-level management of telephony endpoints.|
|Endpoint Services (EpServ)||Manages the telephony services of each endpoint.|
|IP routing (IpRouting)||Manages the unit's IP routing table.|
|Integrated Services Digital Network (Isdn)||Manages the ISDN parameters for BRI and PRI telephony interfaces.|
|Local Firewall (Lfw)||Allows the administrator to filter the network with the unit as final destination.|
|Link Layer Discovery Protocol (Lldp)||Manages the IEEE 802.1ab protocol used for advertising the unit's capabilities on the network.|
|Media IP Transport (Mipt)||Manages the voice and data encodings over the IP network.|
|Music on Hold (Moh)||Manages the option to play an audio file when a telephony endpoint is on hold.|
|Network Address Translation (Nat)||Allows the administrator to change the source or destination IP address of a packet.|
|Network Firewall (Nfw)||Allows the administrator to filter traffic that is routed between networks.|
|Network Traffic Control (Ntc)||Allows the administrator to perform traffic shaping on the network interfaces.|
|Plain Old Telephony System Line (Pots)||Manages the FXS and FXO analog telephony interfaces.|
|R2 Channel Associated Signaling (R2)||Manages the E1 CAS telephony interfaces|
|Session Border Controller (Sbc)||Allows the administrator to perform SIP to SIP normalization, call routing, NAT traversal, and survivability.|
|SIP Endpoint (SipEp)||Allows the administrator to associate telephony endpoints with SIP user agents.|
|SIP Proxy (SipProxy)||The SIP Proxy (SipProxy) service is used to add local survivability for local endpoints and SIP phones.|
|Simple Network Management Protocol (Snmp)||Allows the administrator to manage the unit using the SNMP protocol.|
|Telephony Interface (TelIf)||Manages tone generation and detection on the telephony interfaces.|
|Virtual Machine (Vm)||Allows the administrator to manage virtual machines.|
|Web Service (Web)||Manage the unit using HTTP(S) web pages.|
When stopping or restarting a service, some interruptions might occur, such as dropped calls, virtual machine shutdown or loss of network connectivity, depending on the affected services and/or its dependencies.
If the unit is in use when clicking Reboot , all calls are terminated.
For example Sbc.Restart to restart the Sbc service.
Stopping or restarting a service will cause an interruption in that service, which may result for example in network lost, call interruption, or virtual machine shutdown, depending on the service(s) stopped or restarted.
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