MIP Web Based Configuration and Monitoring

MIP configuration is web based, except for a few specific exceptions. Your admin tools are a superset of the user tools. As a MIP administrator you have the ability to set which aspects of MIP each user account is able to access.

Figure: User vs Admin Tools

Figure: User vs Admin Tools

  • Configuration – configure Probe groups, Probes and Encoders

  • Settings – configure the Central Server

  • Active Users – displays list of currently logged in users

  • Preferences – user specific setting and time zone

  • System Health – displays status of various MIP components

  • Help – link to the customer support page

  • About – displays MIP and Observer ActiveX player version

  • Reset Cache – clears all application caches, such as selected channels

  • Log Out – terminate user session