Simple Configuration

One of Ultricore’s real strengths is how easy it makes configuring a system. The configuration tools draw on decades of experience by people that actually know routers and connectivity. You will find Ultricore visually and logically easy to understand, use and be productive with.

Create layouts with user definable labels (UMD’s), audio meters, and tally support. Layouts can be recalled to any MultiViewer output within the system.

The Database Builder makes it easy to create an Ultrix system. Simply choose the frames you want to be part of the system and follow the steps. The database Builder then creates all your logical entries for you. Create a complete database that has you up and running in minutes.

Ultricore has a number of features that your operational staff will find quite useful, one of those is Salvos. A Salvo is the ability to execute a collection of crosspoint switches all at once with a single command. Ultricore’s integrated salvo editor provides an easy, visual way to create salvos. This can be done from a blank configuration, from an entire system status capture, or from the current status of the router’s destinations. Additionally, you can capture and create salvos from within the software control panels of Ultricore, making it simple to store and retrieve snapshots of systems.

One of the most powerful features of Ultricore is its database editor. The editor is a logical switching based system, which means you are able to interact with the inputs and outputs of the system by the names created in the database. Even more compelling is that you can then assign different ports and channels under a single database entry, with no real restrictions on how they are grouped together. Not only does this capability provide for a tremendous amount of flexibility, but changing a source or destination configuration is as simple as assigning new ports. There is no need to create entire new entries, which saves an enormous amount of time.
1. Tally ID Column
2. Status name for each source / destination
3. View the physical port assignment by level for each source and destination
4. Physical ports available to be used in the system