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  • Page 1 DICENTIS Wireless Conference System Configuration manual...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Network and general settings 5.4.8 Seats 5.4.9 Date and time 5.4.10 Carrier Management Participants Power Battery & Signal Logging System info 5.10 Logout Wireless Access Point LED behavior Troubleshooting Customer service Troubleshooting table Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 4: Safety

    (in accordance with the European Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive). To dispose of old electrical or electronic devices, you should use the return and collection systems put in place in the country concerned. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 5: About This Manual

    The purpose of this manual is to provide information required for configuring, preparing, and managing the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System. This manual describes in general how to use the Wireless Access Point (DCNM‑WAP) web browser interface. If required, refer to the installation manual and Wireless Devices user manual of the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System.
  • Page 6: System Overview

    The DICENTIS Wireless Conference System is a “standalone” IP based system. It uses WiFi IEEE 802.11n for wireless distribution and processing of audio and data signals. For an overview of the system, please refer to the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System installation manual.
  • Page 7: First Use Configuration

    Opera. – Chrome. Preconditions – All used system devices are prepared and installed as described in the DICENTIS Wireless Conference System installation manual. Also see System overview, page 6. – The Wireless Access Point (DCNM‑WAP) is powered on. – On a Windows PC/laptop, make sure: –...
  • Page 8: Login

    – If the default language is not available, English is automatically selected. If the login is successful, the web browser interface homepage is displayed. See Web browser interface, page 10. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 9: Wireless Device Initialization

    When all Wireless Devices are subscribed, disable the Subscription mode in the web browser interface application. The subscription mode will automatically switch off when no device is subscribed within two minutes. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 10: Web Browser Interface

    To set the identification mode for the system: Prepare meeting – To create participants. – To give participants an NFC-ID. Participants – To assign seats to participants. See Participants, page 27. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 11 Exits the discussion application and returns you to None the login page. See Logout, page 30. Logout Returns you to the web browser interface None homepage. Home Returns you to the previous page. None Back Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 12 Master volume RESTful Application Program Interface (API) The DICENTIS Wireless Conference System has a RESTful API that has the following functions: Note: A RESTful API is an Application Program Interface that uses HTTP requests to GET, PUT, POST and DELETE data.
  • Page 13: Manage Discussion

    Master volume control button Click the master volume control button to adjust the audio output level of the Wireless Devices loudspeaker and Wireless Access Point. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 14: Prepare Discussion

    – Show Possible To Speak: When selected, the white symbol in the Wireless Device microphone request button is lit when the participant has the possibility to speak. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 15 – Stop all speakers and remove all waiting participants: When selected (grey), it cancels all speakers and requests when the device priority button is used. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 16: Voting

    Resume button: Allows voting to be resumed. Votes can be cast or changed again. This button changes to the Hold button when it is pressed. – Close button: Closes the voting round. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 17: System Settings

    Each device will have its own file: – Always start with upgrading the Wireless Devices. – Upgrade the DCNM‑WAP last. From the Upgrade page, click in the File: box to select your saved software file. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 18 The following conditions apply: – The filename must start with DCNM‑WDE. – Only upload PNG files with dimensions of 480 x 272 pixels. Other file formats and dimensions are not supported. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 19: Users

    Digital Acoustic Feedback Suppression: Settings for the DAFS function: – Off: Sets the DAFS function to off. – Natural: Sets the DAFS function to on and selects the natural algorithm for speech. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 20: Equalizer

    SDI Switcher: Enter the IP address of the HD‑SDI video switcher used. Do not use leading zeros. If leading zeros are entered, the DCNM‑WAP will not be able to control the switcher. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 21: Licensing

    Go to “manage license” and upload the “request file” from the USB memory stick. – Save the “response file“ to your USB memory stick. In the DICENTIS web browser interface application, click the Process response message button. Select the correct response file from the USB memory stick, and then click “Open”.
  • Page 22: Network And General Settings

    Hostname: Enter the network name of the DCNM‑WAP. The default name is dcnm‑wap. – Wifi – Network name (SSID): Bosch DICENTIS (factory default). – WPA2 Key (password): dcnm-wap (factory default). – Channel: Shows the currently selected WiFi channel. The channels are selected in the Carrier Management page.
  • Page 23 The connection with the WAP will be broken, and you will be logged out. Log in to the secondary WAP, and then select System settings > Network and general settings. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 24: Seats

    5.4.8 Seats Click the Seats button to open the Seat settings page. Here the Wireless Devices can be assigned to seats: 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 25: Date And Time

    DHCP server. If the time server can not be reached, the date and time can be set manually. If a time server becomes available the DCNM‑WAP will synchronize the date and time. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 26: Carrier Management

    As a minimum, at least one non‑DFS channel must be selected at all times. – Bosch recommends to select at least two non‑DFS and one or more DFS channels, so that the system has sufficient freedom to switch between channels.
  • Page 27: Participants

    Wireless Device and next to the Assign button. – In the participants overview (see heading below), select a row that you want to assign the NFC-ID to. The entire row is highlighted in dark grey. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 28 On returning, the participant sees that their position in the waiting list is now second (about to speak), so the participant quickly logs in to the nearest available device. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 29: Power

    Note: The Test column and the Start range test button are only displayed when the logged in user has the user right Configure. – Serial number: The serial number of the Battery Pack. Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 30: Logging

    Ethernet Default gateway – Wireless IP address – Version – Country 5.10 Logout Preconditions: – None Click the Logout button to log out, which returns you to the Login page. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
  • Page 31: Wireless Access Point Led Behavior

    Secondary DCNM‑WAP connected to primary DCNM‑WAP. – Secondary DCNM‑WAP disconnected from primary DCNM‑WAP. The LEDS are alternatively lit from left to – System scanning for primary DCNM‑WAP. right. Table 6.1: Status LEDs Bosch Security Systems B.V. Configuration manual 2016.07 | V2.0 |...
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    | Troubleshooting DICENTIS Troubleshooting Customer service If a fault cannot be resolved, please contact your supplier or system integrator, or go directly to your Bosch representative. Troubleshooting table Problem Possible cause Possible solution The software upgrade fails The batteries in the Wireless...
  • Page 33 Problem Possible cause Possible solution The web browser interface – On a Windows PC/ Install Bosch DNS SD or does not connect with the laptop, Bosch DNS SD is Apple Bonjour. Wireless Access Point not installed. (DCNM‑WAP), or there are –...
  • Page 34 – Use the new hostname the connection with the or IP address to access DCNM‑WAP. the DCNM‑WAP. 2016.07 | V2.0 | Configuration manual Bosch Security Systems B.V.
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