Difference between revisions of "Time and Event Sync all PCs"

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:Does your router/switch allow broadcasting?
 
:Does your router/switch allow broadcasting?
 
:Are the firewalls turned off?
 
:Are the firewalls turned off?
:Does the admin account have a password ( Windows 7)
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:Does the admin account have a password ( Windows 7)?
  
 
'''Solution'''
 
'''Solution'''
  
1. Turn on osc receiving for '''every''' machine on port 7000  
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1. Turn on osc receiving for '''every''' machine on port 7000.
  
2. Create a simple osc testing application with eg. pd and send some commands to *any machine* from *any machine*  
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2. Create a simple osc testing application with eg. pd and send some commands to *any machine* from *any machine*.
  
 
3. Turn on ''Broadcast and receive time'' for '''every''' machine. all machines will send there time until they receive packet from a machine with lower ip, then they switch to receiving.  
 
3. Turn on ''Broadcast and receive time'' for '''every''' machine. all machines will send there time until they receive packet from a machine with lower ip, then they switch to receiving.  
  
4. Broadcast to the subnet: 192.168.1.255 ( subnet may have different IP )
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4. Broadcast to the subnet: 192.168.1.255 ( subnet may have different IP ).
  
5. Broadcast to the ports where the machines are listening ( 7000 )
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5. Broadcast to the ports where the machines are listening ( 7000 ).
  
Important: sometimes Windows 7 does not allow broadcasting, then adress the other machine with its ip directly ( eg. 192.168.1.23 instead of 192.168.1.255 )
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Important: sometimes Windows 7 does not allow broadcasting, then adress the other machine with its ip directly ( eg. 192.168.1.23 instead of 192.168.1.255 ).

Revision as of 15:19, 5 June 2019

This applies to MXWendler version 4.2 and above

Task

Pooling MXWendler systems via time synchronisation

Tests to do before starting MXWendler

Can you ping all the computers from one host?
Can you ping back?
Does your router/switch allow broadcasting?
Are the firewalls turned off?
Does the admin account have a password ( Windows 7)?

Solution

1. Turn on osc receiving for every machine on port 7000.

2. Create a simple osc testing application with eg. pd and send some commands to *any machine* from *any machine*.

3. Turn on Broadcast and receive time for every machine. all machines will send there time until they receive packet from a machine with lower ip, then they switch to receiving.

4. Broadcast to the subnet: 192.168.1.255 ( subnet may have different IP ).

5. Broadcast to the ports where the machines are listening ( 7000 ).

Important: sometimes Windows 7 does not allow broadcasting, then adress the other machine with its ip directly ( eg. 192.168.1.23 instead of 192.168.1.255 ).