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Miscellaneous

Any of those options can be left at the default value. However, certain features of TASSTA network require customizing corresponding settings. For example, you should provide a non-zero number of Maximum channels if you want to create additional channels on the server.

Common settings

  • Maximum users
    Set the total number of users that can be created on a server.

  • Maximum online users
    Set the maximum number of concurrent users allowed on a server.

  • Maximum push-to-video clients
    Set the maximum number of users allowed to use video calls and push-to-video.

  • PTT queue size
    Limit the maximum number of waiting users in a PTT queue. Set the value to 0 for unlimited queue length.

  • PTT time limit (seconds)
    Set the number of seconds after which a user's PTT session is automatically released, even if the user keeps holding PTT button. Use 0 to allow a user to speak as long as PTT button is pressed or toggled.
    Limiting the duration of user's PTT session might be very useful in conjunction with Toggle PTT Button setting, or certain equipment that uses toggle instead of holding down PTT button.
    Important: This setting only applies to group calls, push-to-video calls, broadcast calls, and emergency calls (after emergency PTT timeout ends). It does not apply to users from external radio systems connected via T.Bridge.

  • Hide offline users

    • Show all offline users on the server - show offline users in T.Flex and T.Rodon
    • Hide all offline users on the server - hide offline users in T.Flex and T.Rodon
    • Show offline users from visible channels only - show offline users who were last seen on channels that the current user can join.
      For example, the user Rigger disconnected while being a member of the channel Construction-Site. Other members of Construction-Site or members of other channels with access to Construction-Site will see him/her in the users list.
  • Maximum channels
    Set the total number of channels that can be created on a server.
    Note: Main channel is created by default, regardless of the maximum number of channels.

  • Zones
    Allow for organizing channels into zones.

  • Comment
    Provide a verbose description for a server.

T.Flex settings

  • Maximum online Flex Smart clients
    Set the maximum number of T.Flex clients that can connect to the server at the same time.
  • Maximum online Flex PTT clients
    Set the maximum number of T.Flex PTT clients that can connect to the server at the same time.

T.Rodon settings

  • Maximum Rodon Smart clients
    Set the total number of T.Rodon clients that can connect to a server.
  • Maximum online Rodon Smart clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent T.Rodon Smart users allowed on a server.
  • Maximum online Rodon PTT clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent T.Rodon PTT users allowed on a server.

Task Manager settings

  • Task Manager
    Enable clients to use Task Manager.
  • Maximum Task Manager clients
    Set the total number of clients allowed to use Task Manager.
  • Task Manager project
    Provide a custom label assigned to all tasks created on this server.

T.Bridge settings

  • Bridge
    Allow T.Bridge connections.
  • Maximum online Bridge Radio clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent T.Bridge users allowed on a server.
  • Maximum online Bridge API clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent T.Bridge API users allowed on a server.
  • Maximum online Bridge 4Wire clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent T.Bridge 4Wire users allowed on a server.

Recording settings

These settings affect activity history access from T.Rodon, T.Flex and T.Recorder.

  • Recorder server
    Recorder Server API endpoint.
    Important: Do not modify the default value of this field. Contact TASSTA support if you encounter problems with recording.
  • Recorder server key
    Recording profile access key for T.Flex and T.Rodon. If the server is assigned to multiple recording profiles, provide the key from the most suitable one.

SDK settings

  • Maximum online SDK clients
    Set the maximum number of concurrent TASSTA SDK client connections to a server.

Lone worker protection settings

  • Lone worker protection
    Enable lone worker protection feature on a server.
  • Maximum lone worker clients
    Set the total number of clients allowed to use lone worker protection functionality.
  • LWP dispatcher required
    Require T.Rodon operator to be online in order to use lone worker protection functionality on T.Flex clients.
  • Sensor check validity period
    Specify how long lone worker protection remains active after the sensor check is passed. Applies to all users.

Indoor localization settings

Important:

T.Flex for iOS only supports indoor positioning based on Bluetooth beacons.

  • Indoor localization
    Enable indoor localization feature on a server.

  • Resolve position based on fixed beacons
    Switch to alternative indoor positioning mode, when signals from beacons with predefined coordinates are used to determine a client's location on map in areas where GPS lacks precision or does not work (tunnels, buildings).
    Important: Turning this mode on disables Indoor Localization menu in client applications.

  • Maximum indoor clients
    Set the total number of clients allowed to use indoor localization.

  • Indoor localization share interval (milliseconds)
    Set the location sharing interval for indoor positioning, in milliseconds. Providing lower values may improve location accuracy, but increase the server load.
    Optimal value for most environments: 2-3 seconds (2000-3000 milliseconds).

  • Indoor localization mode
    Choose indoor positioning technique:

    • Based on signals from Wi-Fi access points.
    • Based on Bluetooth beacons.
    • Use both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals.
  • Bluetooth UUID
    Specify UUID of Bluetooth beacons used for indoor positioning. Required for correct functioning of Indoor Localization feature in T.Flex iOS clients running under iOS 15.

    Important: All beacons with other UUID's are ignored. After specifying or changing this value, the indoor positioning AI must be retrained.

MCGW configuration

Configure communication bridging via SMS and email messages (multi-communication gateway).

SMS

Note:

Sign up for Twilio account to use SMS services in TASSTA network.

  • Phone number
    Provide preconfigured phone number from your Twilio account.
  • Communication service ID
    Provide Twilio account SID.
  • Communication service token
    Provide Twilio auth token.

Email

  • Address
    Provide outgoing email address.
  • Username
    Provide mail server login.
  • Password
    Provide mail server password.
  • SMTP server
    Provide SMTP server name or IP address.
  • SMTP port
    Provide SMTP server port number.

End-to-end encryption settings

  • End-to-end encryption
    Allow end-to-end encryption on clients.
  • Maximum end-to-end encryption clients
    Set the total number of clients allowed to use end-to-end encryption.

Jitter buffer settings

Jitter buffer is a temporary storage for incoming data packets in voice over IP (VoIP) networks. It ensures the continuity of audio streams by smoothing out packet arrival times during periods of network congestion. Larger buffer size can smooth out the audio in unstable network conditions at the cost of adding more delay.

T.Commander allows you to configure the jitter buffer range:

  • JB1 size (packets)
    Minimum number of data packets in the buffer.
  • JB2 size (packets)
    Maximum amount of extra buffering (data packets). The playback is started when the number of packets in the jitter buffer achieves JB1 + JB2/2.

Recommended values:

Preset JB1 JB2 Resulting delay (milliseconds)
Fastest 2 4 240
Optimal 6 8 600
Smooth 12 8 960

Map

TASSTA clients use Mapbox as the default map provider. To unlock the feature, sign up for a free Mapbox account and create an access token.
Learn more details at https://docs.mapbox.com/help/getting-started/access-tokens/.

You can either use a single token for all clients, or register a separate token for each client type. The latter offers you more flexible approach to monitoring the usage and managing the costs of the Mapbox subscription(s).

Important:

Mapbox is a paid service with a free tier. Additional charges may apply depending on your map usage profile. Check Mapbox pricing for details.

  • Map
    Enable client access to maps and show extended Map And Tracking options for users on a server.
  • Mapbox access token (Flex Android)
    Set the Mapbox service token for all T.Flex Android clients.
  • Mapbox access token (Flex iOS)
    Set the Mapbox service token for all T.Flex iOS clients.
  • Mapbox access token (Rodon)
    Set the Mapbox service token for all T.Rodon clients.

Extended settings

  • Face Recognition server IP address
    Address of the facial recognition API.
  • Individual calls
    Allow users on a server to make individual calls.
  • History replay
    Show extended History options for users on a server.
  • Priority
    Allow setting relative PTT priority level for users on a server.
  • Remote control
    Enable remote control and show extended Remote Control options for users on a server.
  • Transparent PTT
    Enable conferencing functionality for channels on a server.
  • Call queue
    Allow T.Flex users to initiate "callback" requests to dispatchers (call queues). This setting also enables the corresponding functionality in T.Rodon.
  • Maintenance
    Allow users to start, stop, and restart a server.
  • Service gateway
    Provide the central endpoint for T.Lion services API.
    Important: Do not modify the default value of this field. Contact TASSTA support if you encounter problems with your server configuration.
  • Samsung hardware buttons license
    Provide a license key for compatible Samsung devices with hardware PTT buttons, such as Samsung Galaxy XCover FieldPro.
  • Maximum online connectors
    Set the maximum number of concurrent Connectors allowed on a server.
  • Force TCP
    Force all traffic, including video streams, to be transmitted over TCP/IP.