Barix Reflector Service Updates
Reflector Service eliminates firewall poking and static IP addresses that are difficult to configure. It even eliminates basic router forwarding configuration, as devices are automatically partnered following connection to the Reflector Service via the Web. New features for 2011 include tunneling the encoder inputs through to the decoder relay outputs, the ability to flag stream loss on a relay on both encoder and decoder devices, the introduction of automatic failover to playing local stored content on incoming stream failure at the decoder and the automatic generation of email alerts when a customer link has a problem. The user interface has also been updated to provide all significant monitoring information at a glance.
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