Routing View

When Dante Controller is started, it always displays the Routing Tab within the Network View. In this view the network is shown in the form of a grid. Devices with Tx channels are displayed along the top row of the grid, and those with Rx channels are displayed along the left-hand column of the grid. Initially a collapsed view is presented; individual channels cannot be seen.

Note:  If a device name is shown in red, it means Dante Controller has automatically detected an error condition. Double-click the device name to see more information. Refer to Automatic Notification of Device Errors for further explanation.

Note:  If a device has Tx and Rx channels, it is shown both along the top row of the grid and also along the left-hand edge.

Expanding the Routing View

The Rx channels associated with any device can be displayed by clicking on the [+] to the left of the device name in the left-hand column of the grid. The Tx channels associated with any device can be displayed by clicking on the [+] above the device name on the top row of the grid. When this action is performed the grid view expands to show each channel of the device, and the [+] becomes a [-]. Clicking on [-] collapses the view. You can also group channels into sets of 16.

The Rx channels associated with all devices can be simultaneously expanded by clicking on the [+] of “[+] [-] Dante Receivers” at the top of the left-hand column. Similarly, the Tx channels associated with all devices can be simultaneously expanded by clicking on the [+] of “[+] [-] Dante Transmitters” at the left of the top row. Clicking on [-] will collapse the view.