Reflector Service The Barix Reflector service is a simple way to set up STL, Remote Contribution and Syndication applications, without requiring the user to understand anything about IP, firewalls etc.
How does it work?
The main components of the Reflector are shown in the diagram: Database stores all data about accounts, projects and devices
Configuration server – assigns project devices to individual Reflector Servers and communicates configuration details to devices
Reflector server(s) – receive details of devices from the config server and handle communications with them; receiving the network audio stream from the Encoder and forwarding it to the Decoder(s)
Web server – handles the User Interface, allowing users to set up and maintain their projects, updating the database accordingly.
Encoder/Decoders. On startup, each Reflector Client device will contact the Reflector Services defined to it in its startup configuration (US / EU ...), requesting the details of its project configuration, it then contacts the appropriate Configuration Server, applies its configuration and operates accordingly.
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