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Cisco AS3005 Series Media Processor
Operation Manual
v 1.3.2
Americas Headquarters
Cisco Systems, Inc.
175 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA 95134-1706
USA
1 408 526 7209
1 800 553 2447
2402-0130-000B

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   Summary of Contents for Cisco 3005 - VPN Concentrator - Gateway

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        Cisco AS3005 Series Media Processor Operation Manual v 1.3.2 Americas Headquarters Cisco Systems, Inc. 175 West Tasman Drive San Jose, CA 95134-1706 1 408 526 7209 1 800 553 2447 2402-0130-000B...

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    The Inlet Technologies Spinnaker S3000/S5000 Series has been renamed as the Cisco S3000/S5000 Series Media Processors. Beginning June 15, 2011, you will begin to see the Cisco name and company logo, along with the new product name on the hardware, software, documentation and packaging. During this transition process you may see both Inlet Technologies and Cisco brands and former product names.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ........................I Important Safety Information ....................i Unpacking ..........................i Power and Cables ........................ i Choosing the Installation Site ................... ii Placement of Equipment ....................ii Enclosure ..........................iii Modifications ........................iii EMC ............................. iii Compliance .........................

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    APPENDIX B: MANAGING USER ACCOUNTS ................50 APPENDIX C: TROUBLESHOOTING .................... 51 Video Check Tool ......................51 Resolve Security Certificate Warning ................51 Recovery Page ........................54 APPENDIX D: SPECIFICATIONS ....................55 Inputs ............................55 Video ..........................55 Audio ..........................55 Codecs ............................

  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    Follow all operating instructions while using the equipment, paying attention to all warnings and cautions in this guide. Unpacking The Cisco Media Processor unit ships with the following items for installation and use. If any of these items are not received, contact Inlet support at support@inlethd.com. ...

  • Page 6: Choosing The Installation Site

    The Cisco Media Processor unit is mounted to the rack using the hardware provided in the accessory kit. In server racks or cabinets four 10-32 x ½ inch size screws and #10 lock washers are used.

  • Page 7: Enclosure

    Instructions for Reconfiguring Rack Mounting Brackets for Mid- Mounting: Remove and retain the eight (8) screws securing the 2 rack mounting brackets to the chassis side walls. Slide both brackets back 5 inches (125mm) until all 4 countersunk holes in each bracket align with 4 threaded holes in chassis side walls.

  • Page 8: Compliance

    is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Compliance Electromagnetic Compatibility  FCC Part 15 Subpart B: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 9: Introduction

    IPTV, broadband TV, Web streaming, government, education or enterprise video. Cisco Media Processor is a highly reliable, robust family of encoding solutions that optimizes bandwidth and delivers unique capabilities to transform an IP network into a true broadcast experience. It produces output in multiple resolutions for delivery to both TV and PC-based devices through IPTV set top boxes and Internet gateways, providing a broad reach of digital media to new subscribers.

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    Push / Pull IP Multicast   In addition to encoding video and up to three stereo audio streams, Cisco Media Processor can optionally process Line 21 Captioning information and convert this to both CEA-608 and up-converted CEA-708 captioned data. For VC-1 Advanced Profile, this captioning data is contained within the video bitstream.

  • Page 11: Getting Started

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Installing Connections Use the following diagram for reference while installing connections to a Cisco 3000/5000 Series Media Processor unit:...

  • Page 12: Analog Video And Audio

    Pb/Y Pr/C Cisco Media Processor utilizes locking BNC connectors for S-Video. If your source S- Video is not BNC based, you will need to use a BNC S-Video adapter such as an S- Video Male to Dual BNC Female Adapter 75 Ohm Coaxial.

  • Page 13: Video And Audio

    See the chart on page 4 to determine which connectors to use for analog sources. Ethernet Ports Connect the cable for the network that will be used to manage your Cisco Media Processor to one of the available Ethernet ports. Use a Cat. 5 (or better) Ethernet cable.

  • Page 14: Power Cable

    Connect the properly grounded power cable to the AC power connector. Powering Up Except for the Cisco S3200 Series media Processor unit, place the On/Off switch on the back of your Media Processor in the On position. Next, press and release the Power switch on the front of the Media Processor.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S To change the address, press the Enter ( ) button. The IP address is now editable. Use the up and down buttons to change the number.

  • Page 16: Web Interface

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Remote Management via the Web The Cisco Media Processor Web interface will allow you to manage the encoder by browsing to its IP address. With this interface, you can:  Load and save encoding profiles ...

  • Page 17: Logging In

    C: Troubleshooting on page 51. Logging In Once you have browsed to the Cisco Media Processor Web interface, you must log in with a valid user name and password on the following page: Cisco Media Processor defines two user groups: encoder users and encoder administrators.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. A new unit will always have a factory-provided initial user name and password for each group. The Use remote authentication checkbox must be unchecked to use these user names. The initial encoder administrator name is: User Name: admin encAdm1n Password:...

  • Page 19: Remote Authentication

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Remote Authentication You may also check the box to enable Remote Authentication. This feature allows a company to centrally manage user accounts with an authentication server.

  • Page 20: Summary Page

    The main summary page shows status for Audio/Video, Output, Pre-Processing, and the IP network settings. Each Cisco Media Processor Web interface page indicates in the top right whether the encoder is running or stopped. Cisco S3200 Series Media Processor units offer two encoding channels, Channel 1 and Channel 2.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S System Status Page The system status page displays the current status of alarms that are constantly being monitored.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. working properly. On units with two channels, make sure both channels have active video. Audio has been silent on the selected audio source for at least 15 seconds during encoding. Make sure that audio is active on the source currently selected on the Video page and that the cable for that source Audio is properly connected.

  • Page 23: Presets Page

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Click the Encoding Statistics link to view live updated statistics from the encoder. Encoding Statistics Page The encoding statistics page provides several statistics while encoding is running.

  • Page 24: Video Page

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. The currently loaded profile name will be designated on this page and also will be displayed in the upper right corner of each Web page. For example, on the encoding statistics page displayed on page 15, the profile name in use is 320x240 MP. Video Page The main video page allows for viewing or modification of the following video settings: Source...

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Cropping The cropping parameters apply a crop to the input image. Note that if an odd number of lines are cropped from the top, the sense of which field is first (top or bottom) will change and you will need to set the Field Order option accordingly.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Mode Choose CBR (Constant Bit Rate) or VBR (Variable Bit Rate) encoding. If the mode is VBR, a parameter to specify Maximum Bit Rate in kb/sec will appear and the Buffer Size parameter will be grayed. Bit Rate This setting indicates bits/sec in units of kb/sec.

  • Page 27: Output Resolution

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S PIP Video Page   From the main Video page, click PIP Video if you wish to encode a PIP stream. This option is available in the S5000 Series.

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    Miscellaneous Filters Cisco Media Processor provides for various noise reducing filters. The normal filter provides for moderate noise reduction. The smooth filter provides for large noise reduction at the expense of softer images. For the dynamic filter, feedback from the encoder during encoding will cause the active filter to change from none to normal to smooth.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S The advanced compression page gives you control over many of the VC-1 encoding tools.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Weak optimization Strength of optimization is weak Medium optimization Strength of optimization is medium Strong optimization Strength of optimization is strong Force B Frame Delta QP This setting specifies the delta increase between the picture quantizer of the anchor frame and the picture quantizer of the B frame.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Motion Search Level This setting specifies the types of video information that are used in motion search operations.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Number of B Frames This value is the number of B frames to use between other types of frames. It can range from 0 to 7, with 0 indicating that B frames will not be used. Note that some decoders or system networks do not perform well when using B frames and thus this setting should be thoroughly tested.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S decoder. This processing is independent of 608, 708, and SAMI captioning and none of these options need to be enabled for open captions.

  • Page 34: Audio Page

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Audio Page When the video source is SDI, the encoder may optionally encode up to three WMA audio streams from an SDI source. These three streams are stereo and are composed of SDI audio channels 1 and 2 (stream 1), 3 and 4 (stream 2), and 5 and 6 (stream 3). Check the Enabled box to enable encoding of a stereo channel.

  • Page 35: Output Page

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S pass-through, you must specify the bit rate of input AC3 audio from the list of available rates.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. SAMI Output If 608 Closed Captioning is enabled, check this box to generate a .smi output file in the same directory as the WMV file above. In order to output SAMI at least one of the 608 check boxes must be enabled on the Video tab’s Closed Captioning page.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S ASF Network Pull Page Check the appropriate boxes to enable ASF Pull and/or ASF PIP Pull. This enables Windows Media Servers and Windows Media Players to retrieve (“pull”) content as it is being encoded from the encoder UDP port.

  • Page 38: Pmt Interval

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. The encoder can produce a MPEG-2 single program transport stream (SPTS) for S5000 Series units and above. This is an MPEG-2 TS containing VC-1 video and WMA or AC- 3 audio. The encoder can optionally save this stream to disk. Use this page to save to a user-specified TS file at C:\inetpub\wwwroot\encadmin\output.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S TS Multicast Page The encoder can multicast out compressed data encapsulated in a MPEG-2 Transport Stream for S5000 Series units and above.

  • Page 40: System Page

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. System Page The system information page provides the following information: System Name The system name is the computer name assigned to the encoder. Serial Number This is the serial number of the encoder. Software Version This is the currently installed version of software.

  • Page 41: Front Panel Display

    For more information about the encoder settings that can be viewed and modified through SNMP, see the MIB documentation in Appendix A. Encoding parameters may be changed using SNMP sets while Cisco Media Processor is encoding. However, the values will not be applied (used) until encoding has been stopped and restarted.

  • Page 42: Snmp Traps

    You may choose to allow any host providing a valid community name to communicate with the Cisco Media Processor SNMP agent , or you may choose to restrict incoming SNMP packets to a predefined list of allowed hosts. The display area for SNMP security lists all allowed hosts.

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    Disk Space Critical 0 (Critical) Cold Boot 3 (Warning) Warm Boot 3 (Warning) Encoder 1 Running 4 (Informational) Encoder 2 Running 4 (Informational) A single channel Cisco Media Processor will generate an “Encoder Running” trap 15 when the encoding state changes.

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Software Update Page The software update page shows the currently installed version of software and allows rollback to the previous version. Also, you may browse to the location of a new software version, then click Update to install it. Make sure the update file is located on the computer that is using the web interface to update the Media Procesor.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S User Account Page This page displays the user name in use, as well as the last known web-based logon time.

  • Page 46: Logging Page

    Front Panel User. Network Adapter Configuration Page Cisco Media Processor has two Ethernet ports: Main (LAN1) and Aux (LAN2). To use the Ethernet port, an IP address, subnet mask and gateway must be configured for the port.

  • Page 47: Starting/stopping Encodes

    NOTE: Starting/Stopping Encodes To start an encode, click the Start link in the top right corner of any Cisco Media Processor Web interface page. Once the encode starts, the encode status will change to Running and the Start link will be replaced by a Stop link, which can be clicked to stop the encode.

  • Page 48: Front Panel Controls

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. The front panel controls can be used to configure a subset of the encoding parameters available in the Web interface. Front Panel Menu Layout The following section describes the menu structure. Items in parentheses are for clarification and do not show up on the display.

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Main Menu Submenus Netmask Gateway DHCP Update Load Profile Profile 1 (Default Profile) Profile 2 Profile 3 Save Profile...

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Main Menu Submenus Encode As (Interlace/Progressive) Bit Rate PIP Aud 1/2 Bit Rate Aud 3/4 Bit Rate Aud 5/6 Bit Rate Aud 1/2 Delay Aud 3/4 Delay Aud 5/6 Delay Deinterlace TS Output Multicast Port Main Program # Main Program ID...

  • Page 51: Changing Values Via The Front Panel Controls

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Main Menu Submenus ASF Output Main Port Main Max Clients PIP Port PIP Max Clients Power Reboot...

  • Page 52: Front Panel Control Status

    If you do not wish to change the setting, select no. Encoding parameters may be edited using the front panel controls while Cisco Media Processor is encoding. However, the values will not be applied (used) until encoding has been stopped and restarted.

  • Page 53: Appendix A: Technical Guide

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Understanding VC-1 Cisco Media Processor supports the following video profiles:  VC-1 Simple Profile (WMV3) ...

  • Page 54: Mib For Snmp

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. MIB for SNMP The following table lists valid MIB groups, objects and their acceptable values: Group Name Object Name Valid Values inletEncoderStatusGroup inletEncodingStatus 1=Start, 2=Stop 1=SDI, 2=Component, inletVideoInputSource 3=S-Video, 4=Composite 1=NTSC720x480 inletVideoInputConfigGroup inletVideoInputFormat 2=NTSC720x486 (Main Video Page) 3=PAL720x576...

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S inletVideoPipEnable True/False (S5000+) inletVideoPipOutputWidth 96, 128 inletVideoPipConfigGroup inletVideoPipOutputHeight inletVideoPipOutputBitRate [1, 9999] inletVideoPreProcDeinterlace True/False inletVideoPreProcIVT True/False...

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. WMA=48000 inletAudioSrcSampleRate AC3=32000, 44100, 48000 inletAudioSrcLanguage ISO language id inletAudioSrcDelay [-9999, 9999] Server:Port, blank to inletAsfServerIPandPort disable Name of WM Server inletAsfMainPubPoint publishing point; blank to disable push inletAsfMainAutoRemoveEnable True/False inletAsfPushConfigGroup (ASF Network Push Page) Server:Port, blank to inletAsfPipServerIPandPort disable...

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    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S inletMainMulticastVideoPid [0, 65535] inletMainMulticastAudioPid [0, 65535] inletMainMulticastNpEnable True/False inletMainMulticastSeqInterval [1, 9999] inletMainMulticastPmtInterval [1, 9999] inletPipMulticastEnable True/False...

  • Page 58: Appendix B: Managing User Accounts

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. To add a new user account to Cisco Media Processor, perform the following steps: Log in through Remote Desktop. Open Computer Management. In the console tree, click Users (choose System Tools, then Local Users and Groups, then Users).

  • Page 59: Appendix C: Troubleshooting

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Video Check Tool To verify the presence of an input signal to your Cisco Media Processor unit, the following tool is provided: All Programs>Inlet Technologies>Inlet Spinnaker>Diag>Video Diag...

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    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Open the Internet Services Manager (IIS):  Click Start, then click Control Panel.  Double Click "Administrative Tools".  Double Click "Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager". Under Web Sites, right-click your Web site and select Properties. Click the Directory Security tab.

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    If you choose to turn off https, your password will not be encrypted. WARNING: Perform the following steps to turn off https for a Cisco Media Processor unit’s Web interface: Rename the file C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\encadmin\bin\WebPageSecurity.dll to *.bak (or any backup extension).

  • Page 62: Recovery Page

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Recovery Page If logged in to a Cisco Media Processor unit, you may browse to the following URL to reach the Recovery page: https://<machine name or IP>/encadmin/recovery.aspx Encoder Control Click the Restart Encoding Service 1 button to restart the Windows service responsible for encoding.

  • Page 63: Appendix D: Specifications

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S The following specifications are for the Cisco S3000 and S5000 Series Media Procesors.

  • Page 64: Control

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. MPEG-2 Transport Multicast (S5000 only) 2 x 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet Control Remote Web-based LCD front panel Programmable encoding templates Additional Features Easy-to-use front panel control Intuitive Web-based control Simple, preconfigured set-ups Encoder management service program 2-channel configuration available (S3200 and S3205 only) Processing Pre-processing...

  • Page 65: Power

    C I SCO S3 0 00 / S 50 0 0 S ER I E S M E D I A PRO C E S SO R S Power 100-240 VAC Full Range, 350W (2RU), 160W (1RU) Certifications FCC Part 15 Subpart B: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.

  • Page 66: Index

    C I SCO SYSTEM S, IN C. Advanced Compression, 20 PAL, 16 Alarms, 13 Password, 10, 37 ASF Pull, 29 PIP Video, 19 ASF Push, 28 PMT Interval, 30, 42 Audio, 26 Pre-Processing, 12, 19 Bit Rate, 18, 19, 26 Presets, 15 Buffer Size, 18 Recovery Page, 54...

  • Page 67: Limited Product Warranty

    RMA request. Actual delivery times may vary depending on Customer location. Cisco reserves the right to refund the purchase price as its exclusive warranty remedy. To Receive a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) Number: Please contact the party from whom you purchased the product.

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