1. Choose a TCP/IP port that Overdrive and Logitek will communicate on.
2. Create rules within the Windows firewall to allow this port to be open in both directions
3. Go to JetStream Server and choose the External Comms tab. Everything we will be doing is in the External Protocols section in the lower right corner.
4. Under Set up, set the following values:
Protocol Name: Ross Audio Protocol v1.02
Surface Number: 1
JetStream First Fader: 1
Number of Faders: 38
Master Fader: most installations will set this to None. If you want Overdrive to have control of the master fader, set this to Artisan Master 1.
5. Click on the TCP/IP tab.
Under TCP/IP Client, enter the following:
Remote IP address: (the IP address of the Caprica server or Vision switcher)
Remote TCP/IP Port: (the pre-defined port you have decided to use)
Leave the Computer Name blank.
You cannot change these values if the "connect as" box is checked. We will ignore any entries in the TCP/IP Server section.
6. Click on the Set up tab again. Check Connection Enabled as TCP/IP Client. If everything works, you should see a green box next to TCP/IP in the tab and if you click on Network Log you will see Overdrive polling the engine.
If Show In Network Log and Show ExtPro In Log are unchecked, you will not see the Overdrive chatter on the Network Log page. You can re-enable this to verify things are connected and turn those features off afterwards. Overdrive is very chatty, and turning the logging off will make for smaller log files.
- Make sure that you have the correct IP address of the Caprica server
- Make sure that both Overdrive and the JetStream are talking on the same port number
- Make sure that the Windows firewall isn't blocking the port
- Make sure you're on the correct VLAN or network switch to see Overdrive/Caprica