Appendix 1: Third–party Components

RouteMaster Lite uses the following third party libraries and components. Their licensing terms and copyright are shown below. Indy Indy Indy BSD License Copyright Portions of this software are Copyright (c) 1993 – 2003, Chad Z. Hower (Kudzu) and the Indy Pit...

Client Information

The number of current clients connected to RouteMaster Lite is shown in the status bar at the foot of the main screen, but to see more information, select View Client Info from the Settings menu. You’ll see a summary of packets sent and received, and IP...

Remote Control of Routing

As well as controlling routing from the application’s user interface, you can use both hardware and web-based control panels. Web Panels RouteMaster Lite has a built-in webserver, which provides a simple XY control panel. The panel will run in any modern...

Configuration

You can configure source and destination names, enable other control protocols, and set a variety of other options. Let’s take a look. Opening the Configuration dialog Start by selecting “Configure Router” from the main menu. General Tab You’ll...

Getting Started

RouteMaster Lite needs minimal configuration to get up and running. Here’s a simple guide. Connection to the Network Make sure the RouteMaster Lite’s PC is connected to the same network as your NDI sources. If you haven’t already done so, install...