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Version History

Makito X Version 2.5

Makito X Version 2.5 introduceD the following new features and enhancements to existing capabilities: 

EMS Agent Update for Configuration and Telemetry

The EMS agent has been updated to support control and configuration through Haivision EMS, Haivision Hub, and Haivision Connect (when available). It now monitors configuration changes made by local users (via the Web Interface, CLI, or SNMP) and sends the updated configuration state to the EMS server.  

Support for HEVC RTP Streams via RTSP

The Makito X now supports HEVC (H.265) streams in the RTSP server. It also adds the ability to specify optional stream link parameters in the URL. Supported stream link parameters include tos, ttl, mtu, multicast address and multicast port.

Makito X Version 2.4

Makito X Version 2.4 introduced the following new features and enhancements to existing capabilities:

Haivision EMS Pairing

Haivision EMS enables customers to centrally manage multiple Makito Encoders and Decoders over a network, including status monitoring and firmware upgrades. For managing a large installed base, Makito's can also be labelled and organized into groups. Haivision EMS can now be used to discover, manage and monitor the Makito X4 Encoder.

ONVIF Support and Milestone Integration

Customers can now manage Makito X Encoders from the Milestone XProtect video management software (VMS) using the ONVIF protocol and API. This functionality is a licensed feature and must be purchased using the SWO-292E-ONVIF part number.

RTSP Support to a Milestone server

Customers can now stream video feeds from the Makito X Encoder to a Milestone server for archiving and analysis using the RTSP protocol. 

HTTP Strict Transport Security

The Makito X now supports HTTP Strict-Transport-Security (abbreviated as HSTS) that forces web browsers to only contact the Web interface over HTTPS, instead of using HTTP. 

Current Temperature of the Board Available on Web Interface and via SNMP

Remote SNMP users as well as Web interface users need to read the temperature of the board, in particular, when the cooling has failed for the Makito. The current board temperature is now shown in the Web interface and via SNMP in deg C. (It was already available from the CLI using the temperature command.)

Makito X Encoder v2.3

Makito X Version 2.3 introduced the following new features and enhancements to existing capabilities:

IPv6 Support

The Makito X now supports deployment on IPv6 or mixed IPv6/IPv4 networks in addition to the existing IPv4 network support. This includes IPv6 network and device administration and streaming support.

SRT Streaming Stats in SNMP

SRT streams can be monitored in real-time using an SNMP network management system (NMS). The SNMP MIB now includes SRT statistics which are useful for monitoring the health of an SRT link.

Device Discovery Aids

Enhancements have been added to allow easier determination of the IP address or location of a Makito X device. These include the display of the device IP address on the serial port login prompt (SDI encoder blades/appliances only), as well as enhancements to encourage the use of mDNS for easier device discovery on a network.

Device Location (Blinking LEDs)

The Makito X face-plate LEDs can be optionally set to blink which allows easy location of the device in large server room deployments. For example, the blinking LEDs can be used to help identify a specific blade in a rack.

Security Enhancements

The operator and user accounts are now locked at factory to minimize the chances of unauthorized access. 

Streaming to NGINX servers

The Makito X Encoder now supports RTMP streams to NGINX servers.

Ubuntu NFS Server

NFS shared drives from Ubuntu servers can now be mounted on Makito X Encoders with Storage.

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