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Viewing and Editing Appliance Details

The appliances list allows users with the administrator or engineer role to view and edit various details about the connected appliances, including:

  • View appliance usage status, including encoder/decoder, CPU, temperature, and uptime statistics
  • View warning messages
  • Edit appliance name, assigned group, and appliance description

The appliance screen provides a summary of each appliance in the list. The available status items depend on the appliance type:

Makito

A sample screenshot of a Makito X4 Encoder appliance listing is shown below. Other Makito devices are similar.

Available information shown in the appliance listing includes:

  • Status color and icon: See the section below for definitions of the various status colors and icons.
  • Type: Lists the appliance type
  • Streams Status: Number of running and total streams defined on the appliance.
  • Video Encoder/Decoder Status: Number of active and total video encoders (or decoders if applicable).
  • Audio Encoder/Decoder Status: Number of active and total video encoders (or decoders if applicable).
  • Warning Messages icon: Appears only if a warning message is present. Clicking the
    icon opens the message panel. See Viewing Warning Messages for details.
  • Information icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the information panel for the appliance. See Viewing Appliance Details for details.
  • Settings icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the appliance settings panel. See Editing Appliance Settings for details.
  • More Options icon: Clicking the
    icon opens a menu allowing you to perform various actions on the device. The available options depend on the appliance type and its current status.

Makito Status Indicators

IconDescriptionDefinition
ReadyThe appliance has started and is online, but there is no stream activity yet.
StreamingThe appliance has an input or output stream.
Streaming with Warning

The appliance has an input or output stream but a warning message is present. Click the

icon to see the warning message.

Offline

The appliance is offline due to a reboot, firmware update, license install, or incompatible firmware. Click the

icon to see the reason for the offline status.

Rebooting or Updating

A user has rebooted or updated the firmware of the Makito appliance.

Note

The appliance enters the offline state soon after the reboot or update process.

DisabledA user has disabled Hub control for the Makito appliance.

Tip

During a firmware update or license install, the alerts may be dismissed by clicking the

icon next to the alert.

Air, Pro, Rack, MoJoPro

A sample screenshot of a Pro300 appliance listing is shown below. Air, Rack and MoJoPro devices are similar.

Available information shown in the appliance listing includes:

  • Status color and icon: See the section below for definitions of the various status colors and icons.
  • Type: Lists the appliance type
  • Live Status
  • Recording Status
  • Forwarding Status
  • Warning Messages icon: Appears only if a warning message is present. Clicking the
    icon opens the message panel. See Viewing Warning Messages for details.
  • Information icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the information panel for the appliance. See Viewing Appliance Details for details.
  • Settings icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the appliance settings panel. See Editing Appliance Settings for details.
  • More Options icon: Clicking the
    icon opens a menu allowing you to perform various actions on the device. The available options depend on the appliance type and its current status.

Field Units Status Indicators

IconDescriptionDefinition
ReadyThe appliance has started and is online, but there is no stream activity yet.
StreamingThe appliance has an input or output stream.
OfflineThe appliance is powered off or connection cannot be established.
ConnectingConnection is being established with the appliance.
DisabledA user has disabled Hub control for the appliance.
StreamHub

A sample screenshot of a StreamHub appliance listing is shown below. Cloud StreamHub devices are similar.

Available information shown in the appliance listing includes:

  • Status color and icon: See the sections below for definitions of the various status colors and icons for StreamHub and Cloud StreamHub.
  • Type: Lists the appliance type.
  • CPU, Memory, Disk Status: Lists the percent usage for the CPU, memory, and disk space, respectively.
  • Input Status: Number of running and total inputs.
  • Encoder Status: Number of active and total encoders.
  • Output Status: Number of active and total outputs.
  • Warning Messages icon: Appears only if a warning message is present. Clicking the
    icon opens the message panel. See Viewing Warning Messages for details.
  • Information icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the information panel for the appliance. See Viewing Appliance Details for details.
  • Settings icon: Clicking the
    icon opens the appliance settings panel. See Editing Appliance Settings for details.
  • More Options icon: Clicking the
    icon opens a menu allowing you to perform various actions on the device. The available options depend on the appliance type and its current status.

StreamHub Status Indicators

IconDescriptionDefinition
ReadyThe appliance has started and is online, but there is no stream activity yet.
StreamingThe appliance has an input or output stream.
OfflineThe appliance is powered off or connection cannot be established.
ConnectingConnection is being established with the appliance.
DisabledA user has disabled Hub control for the appliance.

Cloud StreamHub Status Indicators

IconDescriptionDefinition

Scheduling

After adding the new Cloud StreamHub, it is added to the list of appliances and starts the schedule process.

Scheduled

After the appliance is scheduled, you can see the date and time it is programmed to be started.

Tip

You may manually start the appliance prior to the scheduled time if desired.

Connecting

When the programmed start date and time arrives, the Cloud StreamHub starts to connect.

Starting/Resuming

The Cloud StreamHub starts either automatically at the scheduled date & time or manually if the user clicks the start icon.

Ready

The Cloud StreamHub has started and is online, but there is no stream activity yet.

Streaming

The Cloud StreamHub has a streaming input or an output receiving a stream.

Stopping

After clicking stop or delete, or the Cloud StreamHub is programmed to be deleted and is stopping.

Stopped/Paused

After clicking stop and the Stopping status completes or after clicking delete and prior to the Cloud StreamHub being removed from the appliance list.

Warning

Cloud StreamHubs change their status to a warning 10 days before being automatically deleted. Click the

icon for more details.

Disabled

A user has disabled Hub control for the Cloud StreamHub.

Updating

A user has changed the Cloud StreamHub version.

Error

There is an error starting the Cloud StreamHub or a problem occurred.

See the following sections for more details:

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