The CobraNet device that has been assigned to manage the CobraNet network traffic. A Conductor is needed only if there is more than one CobraNet device on the network.
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol - a network protocol that enables a DHCP server to automatically assign an IP address to an individual computer. You can also use DHCP to assign an IP address to the Mongoose.
CobraNet Discovery (Disco) is a monitoring, troubleshooting and maintenance tool for CobraNet networks.
Stands for Domain Name System, which is a directory service that translates domain names or host names into IP addresses
Media Access Control address - a unique value associated with a network adapter. MAC addresses are also known as hardware addresses or physical addresses. They uniquely identify an adapter on a LAN (local area network).
A multicast bundle supports a one-to-many routing of audio on the network. Ethernet multicast addressing is used to deliver a multicast bundle. Because a multicast bundle consumes bandwidth network-wide, use of this delivery service should be rationed on a switched network.
You are in an offline state when you have not opened a live Mongoose device. In this state, you can create a configuration and save it to a file.
You are in an online state when you have an open connection to a live Mongoose device. From an online state you can view and edit the configuration of the device. Note that any configuration changes you make while in an online state are immediately saved to the device.
The main CobraNet network used by the audio system. This term is relevant only if you have a backup (or Secondary) CobraNet network. If the Primary network fails, the system automatically switches to the Secondary network.
Private bundles are sent along with the MAC address of the destination device. Therefore they are only sent to one specific device.
The backup CobraNet network. If the Primary network fails, the audio system automatically switches to the Secondary network.
(Simple Network Management Protocol) A widely used network monitoring and control protocol.
a usable program for working with network devices via the SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) protocol
An IP address that does not change. Static IP addresses must be manually assigned to devices.
A subnet mask is used to determine the subnet to which an IP address belongs.
A unicast bundle supports a one-to-one routing of audio on the network. Ethernet unicast addressing is used to deliver a unicast bundle. Because unicast addressing is friendly to Ethernet switches, unicast bundles should be used for audio delivery whenever possible.