The Unitrac Administration Web Site may be used to manage Unitrac-to-Unitrac (U2U) links. This document describes how to enable U2U management from the administration web site.
The following steps are required to enable administration from the web site. This procedure preserves existing link configurations.
NOTE: Once the web site is configured to manage the links, the desktop Unitrac-to- Unitrac configurator program (U2UConfig) can no longer be used to manage the links.
- Delete any links previously entered using the web site.
- Stop the CtiU2USvc service.
- Copy the “DSN” entry under the following registry key
To an entry named “DSN” under the registry key
- Delete the “DSN” entry under the following registry key
- Import the existing configuration into the database using the following command(default installation location C:\Program Files\Unitrac\UTAdminSvc\Bin)
CtiReg2DB -r -p "SOFTWARE\UniTrac\UniTrac Services\CtiU2USvc" -s (local)
- Create a new string entry named “ConfigInDB” with a value of “1” under the following registry key
- Start the CtiU2USvc service.
NOTE: If the U2U page is not available on the web site, modify the site’s configuration file (web.config, installed by default in C:\Program Files\UniTrac\UtAdminUI) so that the U2UConfigurator setting appears as follows:
<add Permission="U2UConfigurator" MinRole="3" />
The U2U Configurator tab is used to setup the configuration between two Unitrac servers. The following screenshots show a visual representation on how to add a U2U connection. Following the images is a short description of each field.
Note: To add a U2U connection click on the Add button, fill out the U2U fields, click Save Changes, and click on the Restart U2U Service. It may take a few minutes for the devices from the remote Unitrac server to connect to the local Unitrac server.
Link Name - a user friendly name for the device link
Prefix – a two character prefix for the device link. Example: u2??:
Auto ACL’d User – the user account on the local Unitrac server that will be ACL’d to the device link
Host Name – IP Address or host name of the remote Unitrac server
Port – port number to access the U2U connection (default port: 1000)
User Name – username that will be used to access the remote Unitrac Server
Password – password to the username that is being used to access the remote Unitrac server
Local Port: port number for local tunnel (default port: 5501)
Remote Port: port number for remote tunnel (default port: 0)
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