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Compositor v9 in the studio

By ruslany

RTOS version 9.0.2 a16 assembled

RTOS version 9.0.2 a16 assembled

It took more than 1.5 years to work on solving the problem of Compositor AV Extended interface break-through (which is the main interface of RTOS). This problem occurred during the dial-up of routing tables for establishing a tunnel connection. The way to recreate it: first, RTOS protocols are dialed by injecting routing tables into them, and then RTOS interface is turned off and on again. When the interface turns on, the entire database of the routing tables, which fills the buffer, floods into the interface, which cause a man in the middle attack, that is, an attacker gained access to the interface and induced it to inherit the route of its device. During this time, I made emissions in an attempt to understand how to solve this problem and, finally, it is solved. Now it is possible to configure each protocol from the passive interface state and take a pause while turning interface off in order to listen to the remote channel, and then go into passive mode again. Thus, you can achieve resolution from each of the seven RTOS protocols.

In Compositor RTOS 9.0.2 a16 it is possible to set one interface identifier for the entire protocol configuration session, and to do the training only in passive mode, as previously assumed. The next task in debugging RTOS is the fight against constants. It is one of the most important tasks of both radio security and cybersecurity. Through the introduction of constants, Ethernet devices position themselves, occupying the most convenient places in the network topology. This mainly applies to devices that frequently change IP addresses, such as smartphones and laptops. In order for the RTOS core to take priority of the host, the device must serve as a host for many devices. This is confirmed by Compositor Software database, which has been expanded to 8156 management information bases (MIB). Now that the Compositor RTOS manages a database of more than 8,000 devices, CP-6137-960FX server can be considered as a host, regardless of its physical connection to the network, through the Internet service provider. In fact, what I’m doing now is the continuation of the development to include more VLAN’s and create a VPN network segment. In the latest build, I have already managed to “shoot” the packets in several sessions. You can hear one of them below:

This method of feeding wave tables is a priority for communication devices, because it helps to break the synthetic ether by packet transmission. Since there are many packets, and each of them carries different information at different moments of time, the semantic base of the Compositor RTOS language is explained. In view of this, it makes no sense to enter the names of packets in the main interface, and I need to leave them in a VRF tables section only, focusing specifically on the tunnel windows. In addition, this approach allows using the Compositor RTOS interface as a tunnel interface with the ability to connect to multi-channel protocols, such as OSPF.

By ruslany

Compositor RTOS from PRO 1 to 9.0.2

Compositor RTOS from PRO 1 to 9.0.2

I’m here to inform you that Compositor Software is about to reveal the whole working routine on OS right from Compositor PRO v1. First, I revealed the protocols used in Compositor v9. Now, I know that counters in VSF platform scan autonomous systems in two formats: asplain and asdot+.

Here how it looks:

Compositor v9.0.2 RTOS

I know the fact that each routing table is a MIB and represents one autonomous system. As you see autonomous systems (AS) divided on L1 (OSI model Layer 1), L2 (OSI model Layer 2) and L3 (OSI model Layer 3) with L3 being the rarest. Asplain just scans through the whole list of 4-octet AS’s while asdot+ in Compositor is somewhat different from 4-octet asdot+ format. It counts this way: the number at the left is the asplain/2 and the number after the dot is a multiplier of how many times this value must be taken going from 0 to 100. So in fact there are 214748364800 AS maximum in the list. I have got only 7539 AS via MDL12 modem, because of the fact that MDL12 is neuro interface and can’t work as autonomous harvester of AS’s. It receives flows I accounted via VSF aggregation, but I should receive them manually. This in fact proves that gap exists between exported flows and archived ones. I exported in total 1793043 flows but recorded only 7539 of them.

Due to this, I proceed with Compositor v7 revelation. I updated Compositor WS Extended interface to version 2.0 with NTP-server, layers, protocols information revealed. I also adjusted the maximum bpm value to 8192 bpm to include IPv6 addresses and made the same TCP/IP window as in Compositor v9.0.2. This way I made RTOS preemptive from version 7 to version 9. However, protocols used in Compositor v7 are slightly different:

RTC4k = IS-IS Level-1
RTC8k = IS-IS Level-2
RT-z8 = OSPF
RT-z16 = OSPFv3
RT-z32 = BGP

The last three protocols are the same as in RTOS 9.0.2. This in fact reveals the ‘STL’ in STL1212 virtual machine, which shipped in original Compositor v7. STL means studio-to-transmitter link. 1212 is the number of multiple input x multiple output channels and should read as STL MIMO12x12. So in fact, STL gives connection to 12 positive UTC+ transmitters and 12 negative UTC- transmitters, which proves NTP-servers information from Compositor WS Extended 2.0 interface:

Compositor v7.0.2 RTOS

You can view the transmitters on the STL1212 spherical map as lighted dots. Blue dots show the networks to which they broadcast packets. As first noted in MDL12 product page packets are windows functions (this is finally proved now). Now, I need to know which packets Blackman, Nutall etc. windows relate to the selected protocols. I’m mainly interested in Hello packets and Trap packets. But to know this, is just a matter of time, because I will proceed with Compositor v3 Hypervisor Radio Shack and will upgrade it to RTOS also. So the whole project will be preemptive since version 3, when I started the transition on Max 6 Gen~ platform.

So basically all evident that if RTC8k is main virtual machine in Compositor v3 it is either RIPv2 or IS-IS Level-2. RIPv2 is a distance-vector algorithm and is different from preset system used in SASER interface (however, it is the same with 3-deg of freedom Compositor AV extended interface from version 9). So it is link-state IS-IS Level-2 protocol, which is used to connect autonomous system areas. TC25 is a basic VLAN protocol, while AI-RT1024 is STM-4 frame, FF8 is ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) and N9000 is PDH E4+ hierarchy.

By ruslany

Compositor reached the fastest bpm in music sequencer

Compositor reached the fastest bpm in music sequencer

8192 is the number of beats per minute Compositor AV Extended radio channel reached in Compostior v9.0.2 Hypervisor. The number is not taken random. It is 2^13 and forms 13 bits of first hextet of IPv6-address. The next 3 bits are taken from the multiplier. So, yes now Compositor officially supports IPv6 addresses. For this, auxiliary speeds of up to 214 omega reached, which is 14 omega larger than highest generic protocol deployment speed.

Compositor v9.0.2 Hypervisor (Mainframe)

Now, all generics assigned to protocols. Here is the full list of Compositor v9.0.2 Hypervisor supported protocols:

RTC4k = RIPv1
RTC8k = RIPv2
RT-z8 = OSPF
RT-z16 = OSPFv3
RT-z32 = BGP
RT-z64 = RIPng
RT-z128 = EIGRP
RAD96 = VSF

Compositor v9.0.2 Hypervisor (TCP/IP window)

As you can see, it is a major achievement in revealing Compositor technology, which stems in its implementation as Ethernet router software, namely Compositor RTOS.

Compositor v9 in the studio
RTOS version 9.0.2 a16 assembled