The Mira Replay Control surface is connected through IPV6 to the Mira Server. It is recognized by its machine name and Mac address, and it is powered by POE.
The controller name and Mac address is labeled on the controller beside the network port at the back. Here is a diagram of a typical setup on the Left with an additional replay controller added on the Right.
One controller setup has the Keyboard and Mouse connected directly to the server, and uses the NIC that is labeled for the Mira Controller. This specific port provides POE and has IPV6 enabled by default.
The second Replay controller requires a POE injector for power and will need IPV6 enabled on the NIC where it is connected. A keyboard can be plugged into the replay controller for further control.
- Note: Do not plug a mouse into the Mira controller, because it will cause behavior issues with your controller.
Issue: The Controller has no lights on it.
Answer: There is no power to the unit. Check to ensure it is plugged into the controller port, or that there is a POE injector in line of this connection.
Issue: Lights are on and Scrolling. I have no control of the unit. I press buttons and it does not work.
Answer: The controller only works while a replay event is open. Make sure your controller is configured in the Mira config, and make sure your open replay event is sent to the controller.
Issue: I cannot see the control panel tab in Config; or I do not see my control panel in the Identifier.
Answer: Open up the MiraNetView Application to see the name and Mac Address associated with this controller. (Found in C:\Program Files (x86)\Abekas\Abekas Mira) If the Mira Control Panel does not show up in this list, the controller is not powered up; or IPV6 is not enabled on the Network port where it is connected.
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