In this article, we'll look at how to define the NTP (Network Time Protocol) service, because it's mandatory to have a synchronized clock for your recordings on your Miris station to work properly.
The NTP service is a protocol for synchronizing a computer's clock with a time server. NTP is a UDP-based protocol and uses port 123.
Access to system settings
To access the clock settings, you will need some credentials: the user name is
ubicast and the password is the one entered in the Miris Manager in the My passwords tab for the station.
If you have changed the password, you can find it in the "Settings > Configuration > Advanced settings > api > Advanced options tab".
Next, you need to connect to your Miris station via your Miris Manager or by connecting directly to the station with the IP address if the station has not yet been configured to be controlled from your Miris Manager.
Then go to the "Settings tab > System (login as ubicast) > System"
Please use the "ubicast" account and don't forget to tick the option Reuse my password for privileged tasks
Click on the system time to configure it :
Then, you can enter your parameters :
- Your time zone
- Automatically use specific NTP servers
- The address of your internal or external NTP server, for example from the NTP pool project.
- Finally, save by clicking on the Change button.
Here's an example of how to configure your clock on your Miris station.
|Clock configuration on your Miris station
Well done ! You have finished configuring your station's clock! You will then be able to log in to start your first recording!