RouteMaster Redundancy and Failover

This page relates to RouteMaster systems controlling external routers. If you’re using RouteMaster VR for NDI routing, please read this page instead. We’re frequently asked about redundancy and failover options for RouteMaster. Here’s a look at the...

MAC Address Locking Policy

Rascular produces a range of software solutions for both the Professional Broadcast sector and – more recently through the implementation and addition of its NDI tools – for the AV sector. In the past we have trusted end-users to be fully aware of our...

Rascular EULA

The end-user license agreement for all Rascular software products is displayed and installed as part of the software installation process. An online copy is available here for reference. SOFTWARE LICENCE AGREEMENT IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE...

TCP/IP Port numbers used

Various Rascular products incorporate TCP/IP servers for REST APIs, etc. This document lists the default ‘listening’ port numbers used by the products. Ports used as clients when connecting to third-party systems are not shown here. If a port number shown...

RouteMaster VR – NDI, redundancy and failover

We’re frequently asked about redundancy and failover options when using RouteMaster VR to route NDI video. Here’s a look at the issues involved, and suggestions for mitigation. If you’re not using NDI, please see the post on Redundancy and Failover...

Which upstream protocol to use with RouteMaster?

RouteMaster’s upstream protocols allow third-party software and hardware to connect to and control routing. There’s a wide choice, including most industry-standard protocols for control of audio and video routers. If you already have software or hardware...