Media and Management Servers Form the Core of a WAVE System

A WAVE system will have a number of core server components that define its basic structure and control mechanism and enable its ability to receive, process and transmit audio from different communication technologies.

The WAVE Management Server is a Web-based Application Used to Enter and Store All of the Configuration Information for a WAVE System

Every WAVE system has at least one WAVE Management Server and a collection of WAVE components controlled by a single WAVE Management Server is called a WAVE Domain. As well as providing configuration services for a WAVE system, the Management Server also provides administrative and security services to the WAVE Domain and every attached client application.

Media and Management Servers Form the Core of a WAVE System

A WAVE system will have a number of core server components that define its basic structure and control mechanism and enable its ability to receive, process and transmit audio from different communication technologies.

The WAVE Management Server is a Web-based Application Used to Enter and Store All of the Configuration Information for a WAVE System

Every WAVE system has at least one WAVE Management Server and a collection of WAVE components controlled by a single WAVE Management Server is called a WAVE Domain. As well as providing configuration services for a WAVE system, the Management Server also provides administrative and security services to the WAVE Domain and every attached client application.

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The WAVE Management Server is a web application used to configure all WAVE components. It can be accessed remotely or locally, and is hosted on a Windows Server 2003 SP2 or Windows Server 2008 R2 system. Using the WAVE Management Server, an administrator can define and configure user accounts and their permissions, setup communication device and gateway interfaces and provision a multitude of other services. The flexibility of WAVE allows the user to decide where to maintain the Management Server. Some organizations, for example, maintain a single Management Server for the entire company at corporate headquarters. Others maintain Management Servers at each branch office. The WAVE Management Server is needed to setup the other WAVE system components, but a WAVE Domain can run as a ?headless? peer-to-peer system if the WAVE Management Server is disabled or cannot be accessed. The WAVE Media Server Acts as a Processing Gateway for Streaming Audio and Data The primary function of a WAVE Media Server is to allow non-IP devices, such as two-way radios and analog telephones, to communicate over a WAVE domain by converting non-IP audio streams into IP and back as required. As the core processing center for communication services, the WAVE Media Server is essential for creating patches between multiple streams of audio and data from different systems. As well as allowing temporary patches to be created and activated/deactivated as circumstances require, the Media Server is also able to store permanent patches that cannot be turned on or off through WAVE clients. In addition to audio an data processing, the Media Server can provide encryption services when audio and data is to be sent over public networks such as the Internet. In most WAVE deployments the Media Server resides on a dedicated industry-standard Windows PC, although in many cases the PC may be running other applications. Larger installations may have many WAVE Media Servers, and they can be located over wide geographic areas and connected via the WAN (Wide Area Network), the public Internet, or a VPN (Virtual Private Network).

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