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TitleTechical Guide Motorola TETRA v8
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Technical Guide
Motorola TETRA v8.x IP Radio Configuration



Must be on 1E SP1 or later and licensed for Motorola IP

You need the following from the Motorola team:

 cram.ior - make sure this is the one generated and copied from the AIS server

 client-key.pem*

 client-cert.pem*

 cacert.pem*

 Contents of the SSL definition

 Username=z39ais01

 Password=Motorola

 AudioDestIP=This is the Recorders IP Address if local Network. If the Recorder is in a VLAN Route this

will be the end NAT address in the switch

 AudioDestPort=5830 (if it is not the default of 5830 update the RAM.ini to match, located in the C:\RAM

folder

* = required when using ssl initialisation



Set your Configuration Folder - place in C:\LTR\Config:

 cram.ior - make sure this is the one generated and copied from the AIS server

 client-key.pem*

 client-cert.pem*

 cacert.pem*

* = required when using ssl initialisation

 Create a new file called ‘AIS.conf’ and copy the SSL definition (as given to you by Moto team- example

below) please leave blank if you are not using SSL.

The C:\LTR\Config folder should now contain:

 CTIServer_Motorola.ini

 AIS.conf

 Cram.ior

Setup your CTIServer_Motorola.ini

This sets up the CTI communications for the recorder and the AIS, an example file is detailed below:

[General]

LastCTIRecorder=1

;MaxLogicalChannels=0

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EventDumpEnabled=1

;MaxEventDumpSizeMB=20

;EventSource=.\Logs\MotorolaEvents.dat

;ReuseEventTiming=1

;EventSkipCount=1000



[CTIRecorder1]

NumConnections=1

;Address1=127.0.0.1 This should be the IP address of the voice recorder

;BaseLogicalChannel=1

;CreateAllLogicalChannels=1



[AIS1]

Username=z39ais01 This is the AIS username to loginto the AIS – get from Motorola

Password=Motorola This is the AIS password to loginto the AIS – get from Motorola

AudioDestIP=10.166.116.161 This should be set to the Recorders IP address that the AIS is connected to,

this is the IP address the AIS is told to send audio to. . If the Recorder is in a

VLAN Route this will be the end NAT address in the switch

AudioDestPort=5830 This is the audio port on the AIS, if it changes update c:\RAM\RAM.ini with

the same value. This is located in the “MotorolaRamSettings” section and

is the “AudioPort” value that MUST Match that of the AusioDestPort. The

Motorola RAM will be looking for Audio on this port so if they do not match

the system will not be looking for audio on the same port as the AIS is told

to send the audio to!

ConfigFile=AIS.conf

IORFile=cram.ior



The Test report also offers some useful tips, pay special attention to the section titled “Device Detection

Tests”.

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Solution Considerations

Resiliency and Scale with AIS

Only 1 Recorder can talk to 1 AIS . This is an active solution so has a 1:1 relationship. This means that a

solution requiring Master and Slave Recording will also Require 2 x the AIS servers. This also means that

the recording capacity of a Motorola system is dictated by the AIS per server, and a solution with a channel

count requiring 3 x AIS Servers will also require 3 x Voice Recorders.

This is a limitation of the Motorola Architecture. Not Red Box



Networking and domains

Most Motorola solutions will be configured to run on their own subnet and domain of a network, keeping the

solution isolated.

The solution has been tested while part of the Motorola subnet connecting and recording through a single

NIC.

It is possible to install a second NIC to allow bridging of the networks to provide users access from another

subnet, or Motorola / customer may setup network switching etc to allow links from certain subnets.



Please ensure you add the DNS name and IP address of the AIS server to the Hosts file on the

Recorder.



It is advised to setup the main NIC for recording Motorola and the secondary NIC for BUI access and admin

– this will cause a recorder error stating more than 1 NIC is bound to TCPIP – this is being looked at as a

fault. A simple workaround is to deselect the second NIC from using TCPIP until the recorder is booted, then

re-enable TCPIP. The alarm will not reappear until the system is restarted, where the same process will

need to be reapplied.

SSL

The testing has carried out with SSL enabled and disabled.

Enabling SSL on the Motorola side requires a complete reload of the AIS server, plus the AIS SSL

components.

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