Compositor Software extended services set

Compositor Software extended services set

Compositor Software server has confirmed its success in supporting the remote workflow. Even the set of services that was named in a previous post ensured the smooth operation of all network resources. However, for a full-fledged work, this was not enough. I resumed work on the implementation of all services from the Network Real-Time Operating System (NRTOS) versions 3.0.3 – 9.0.2. Since the main task of the server is to create a network map with a high depth of topological viewing, I implemented two more MDL12 services and feeders of the 3rd version, such as AI-RT1024, FF8, N9000, TC25, which allow working with corporate PDH and SDH network hierarchies and broadcast them in VLAN using ARP for the analog IP radio interface.

Thus, a common set of services now:

7 RAD36 servers
2 MDL12 servers for radio telescope and IPTV
1 VoIP server
4 FF8 Feeders for ARP Protocol
4 AI-RT1024 Feeders for SDH
4 N9000 Feeders for PDH
4 TC25 Feeders for VLAN
1 RAD96 server extension to work with the Niagara igniter (VPN)
1 RAD96 Autonomous System


STC2k – X.25
RTC4k – RIPv1, IS-IS Layer 1
RTC8k – RIPv2, IS-IS Layer 2
RT-z8 – OSPF
RT-z16 – OSPFv3
RT-z32 – BGP
RT-z64 – RIPng
RT-z128 – EIGRP

All services are compiled and operate at the kernel level of the operating system. Only this approach allows maintaining the scalability of services in a hyperconverged environment. It do not lack of services, everything looks very worthy at the level of a serious manufacturing company. This approach provides the server with the emitted database and allows you to generate new links on the fly without the need to record and enter them through the injector.