A satellite is a virtual machine with Linux as the operating system. The XCC can be outsourced to the satellite to take load off the XPhone Connect server.
This virtual machine is provided pre-configured by C4B as Download.
The IP address of the satellite can be configured manually or via DHCP.
Initially, only a Satellite Bridge is preinstalled on this Linux satellite. The counterpart is the Satellite Management Module and is located on the XPhone Server. The communication between the SatelliteManagementModule and the SatelliteBridge takes place via gRPC.
In order for the XPhone Server and Satellite to communicate, routes must be set up and partner ports must be accessible.
A complete list of all communication ports can be found in the Port overview.
When the satellite is initially set up, the XCC is installed and a check is made at each startup to see if the XCC needs to be updated.
The following can be executed on the satellite via the gRPC interface:
Start and stop the service (XCC) on the satellite.
Transfer and install update files.
Download log files.
Set firewall rules.
The Satellite Bridge is also a Linux console program to administer the satellite:
Assign a static IP address to the satellite.
Disconnect satellite from XPhone Server.
Reset satellite to C4B Factory settings.
Open log files.
The used features AnyDevice/Softphone, Meeting, TeamDesk are set up as usual.
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