TRBOnet and MNIS on different Computers
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1. Install MNIS and configure it to connect to the MOTOTRBO system.
2. Configure Data forwarding rules to a single or several Servers.
On the example figure below (MNIS Port Forwarding Rules), TMS and Location UDP ports are forwarded to IP addresses 172.20.31.24 and 172.20.31.25 respectively.
The figure below is an example of MNIS/DDMS installed on Computer1, Location Server installed on Computer2, and TMS installed on Computer3 with tables of the Port Forwarding rules.
Location data sourced from Subscriber Unit (SU) with Radio ID 100 (IP 18.104.22.168) will be forwarded from Computer1 to Computer2 (IP 172.16.0.3)
3. Enable "IP routing in Windows” at the Computer where the MNIS is installed
Right click on either cmd or command then select Run as administrator.
At the command prompt type regedit.
Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\ Services\Tcpip\Parameters
Locate the IPEnableRouter setting, right click on it and select Modify.
Change the 0 to a 1 and exit the editor.
4. Enable service “Routing and Remote Access”
Right click and select Properties.
Change to Automatic then click on Start to start the service.
5. In TRBOnet Server Configurator, MNIS DATA service section (right pane), untick “Service is on a local host” and specify the IP address of the Computer with the MNIS.
6. If there are forwarding rules added to the MNIS configuration, in the TRBOnet Server, in the Advanced settings pane to the right, tick the following two options, "Register network routes" and "Send data to group over control port".
7. If there are NO forwarding rules added to the MNIS configuration, in the TRBOnet Server, in the Advanced settings pane to the right, tick all the following three options, 'Register network routes', 'Registerport forwarding rules on gateway', and 'Send data to group over control port':
8. Example of the Route Table on the Computer with the TRBOnet: