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2013 MOTOTRBO ADP CONFERENCE

MOTOTRBO Network
Interface Service
(IP Wireline Data Gateway)

MOTOTRBO ADP GLOBAL ENGINEERING

MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC., Confidential Restricted

Topics

MNIS Deployment Types What is New in DDMS
MNIS Interface Overview Passive PN
Data Service Comparison What is New in R2.3 (AES)
with Control Station Router Requirement
Interface
Migration to MNIS
Interface
MNIS Capacities

Control Station Based
Deployment

Advantages:
 Easy to set up
 Support all the data services

Disadvantages:
 Equipment Cost
 Must be within RF coverage
 Limited talkgroup supported per control station
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encryption/decryption.MOTOTRBO Network Interface Service Overview  IP connection into the radio system.All the data services: data over voice interruption. data throughput improvement PAGE 4 . UDP header compression. does not have to be within RF coverage  Compatible data interface as control station: UDP/IP socket based  Major functions provided: 1.Bi-direction data call 2.

MNIS Based Deployment PAGE 5 .

Data Services Services MNIS Control Station Confirmed/Unconfirmed L2 Yes Yes Transmission (per UDP port) (per channel) UDP Header Compression Yes Yes Basic/Enhanced Privacy/AES Yes Yes Unbuffered Yes Yes Data/Immediate Data/Priority Data ICMP Yes Yes RX Group List Up to 16 Group Ranges 1 Group Range with 16 Members Channel Access Normal or Data Centric Normal Port Forwarding Source Port or Destination No Port PAGE 6 .

Data Services (cont) Services MNIS Control Station Minimal CSBK based 1 2 Window Size Support CSBK based Yes No Location Report in Multisite System Shorter Over-the-air flight One Hop of OTA Two Hops of OTA time Transmisstion Transmission Diagnostic Statistic Report Native Support Rely on Third Party Application Automatic Routing Table Yes No Update PAGE 7 .

MNIS Interface  UDP/IP based Application Data Interface  MOTOTRBO Device Discovery and Mobility Service (DDMS) Watcher Interface  MOTOTRBO PN Interface  Wireline Repeater Interface PAGE 8 .

168.0.4 13.2 App1 App4 12.1 Tunnel Adapter 13.0.0.0.0.10.4 App1 192.10.1 MNIS Repeater System PAGE 9 .4 13.10.168.2 192.2 192.1 192.1 Same IP Radio ID: 1 Radio ID: 4 Interface 13.2 USB USB 13.0.0.1 12.0.168.0.0.0.0.0.10.0.0.4 192.168.1 13. UDP/IP Based Application Data Interface  App1 sends message to App4 Source Destination Source Destination Source Destination 192.0.10.168.0.2 13.0.168.10.

Migration to the MNIS  Application Layer Protocol  IP Routing/Address Translation  Data Services (transmit interrupt. UDP header compression…) PAGE 10 .

Seamless Migration to MNIS Interface  No Application Change assuming MOTOROLA PN and MCDD are used PAGE 11 .

MNIS Supported Systems Supported:  Single Site Conventional (excluding Talkaround)  IP Site Connect (Wide/Local Area Channel)  Capacity Plus  Linked Capacity Plus  Data Revert Channel  Enhanced GPS Revert Channel Not Supported  Analog  Analog and Digital Mixed Mode PAGE 12 .

MNIS with Conventional System  One MNIS can Support Up to 8 Single Site or WAC2 WAC2 IPSC System WAC1 …… WAC1 IPSC 1 Motorola Data LAC2 LAC2 DDMS Application Server WAC1 …… WAC1 IPSC 7 MNIS INTERNET/ WAN LAC2 LAC1  All the repeaters need to Single Site 1 purchase NAI Data feature PAGE 13 .

MNIS with Trunking System  One MNIS can support  All the repeaters need to One Capacity Plus purchase NAI Data System or Linked feature Capacity Plus System  Multiple MNISs can not Chan2 Chan5 co-exist on the same PC Chan1 …… Chan6 LCP Site 1 Chan2 Chan8 Motorola Data DDMS Application Chan1 …… Chan7 Server LCP Site 2 MNIS INTERNET/ WAN Chan2 Chan1 LCP Site 3 PAGE 14 .

g. (e. (e. 15 site IPSC system + 1 Data Gateway)  Two or three MNIS will reduce one site. 14 site IPSC)  Four MNIS will reduce two sites.g. 13 site IPSC) Motorola Data DDMS Application 1 MNIS MOTOTRBO REPEATER System Customer 1 INTERNET/ WAN Motorola Data DDMS Application 2 MNIS Customer 2 PAGE 15 .g. Multiple MNISs in One Repeater System  Max 4 MNISs in one system  One MNIS will not impact the number of sites (e.

What are the major configuration parameters in MNIS? PAGE 16 .

MNIS Key Parameters  System Operation Mode  Application ID  LE Peer ID  Receiving Group List  Master Peer IP Address  Master Peer UDP Port  CAI Network  CAI Group Network  DDMS Server Address  Watcher Port  Port Forwarding Rules PAGE 17 .

MNIS in RDAC Application  Can indicate the connection with DDMS and Tunnel status  Cannot indicate the connection with other repeaters  Cannot control MNIS or receive alarm from MNIS PAGE 18 .

What is New in DDMS?  Besides presence the Motorola DDMS has radio routing parameters (based on the channel the ARS is received): • Radio IP Address • System Type . etc • System Mode – IPSC.MotoTrbo. CapPlus • System Domain – LE Master IP Address • Repeater ID of the – Peer ID of the repeater • Slot #  DDMS has the radio capability information • CSBK data service  MNIS requires Motorola DDMS to receive routing parameters and uses it to send the data to the destination radio  Support Passive PN mode PAGE 19 .

RF Resource Efficiency Rely on DDMS’ Mobility Information  MNIS sends packet to every slot in every connected system DDMS is required WAC2 WAC2 WAC1 …… WAC1 IPSC 1 Motorola Data LAC2 LAC2 DDMS Application Server WAC1 …… WAC1 IPSC 7 MNIS INTERNET/ WAN LAC2 LAC1 Single Site 1 PAGE 20 .

Subscription 2.Architecture Diagram of Location Services  Same as the control station interface 1. Location Update IP 5 5 Location GPS/LRRP Components Application 4 MNIS 4 UDP Radio Network 3 1 IP Automatic Watcher Interface Registration 2 Service ARS ARS DDMS UDP UDP IP IP IP Data Pipe CAI PAGE 21 . Notification GPS Signals MOTOTRBOTM UDP 4. Location Request LRRP IP UDP Radio CAI 5. Registration LRRP 3.

2008 R2  Windows 7  Windows 8 PAGE 22 .MNIS and Motorola DDMS Supported Platforms  Windows XP  Windows Server 2003.

What is New in R2. Location. Third Party XCMP Device Raw Data) PAGE 23 .3  Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)  CSBK Data Support (ARS.

AES Encryption  Encryption standard defined by National Institute of Standard  256 bit Key Length  Supported by radio and MNIS  Transparent to third party data application or XCMP device PAGE 24 .

AES Configuration  Potential List for Receiving and Transmission Purpose PAGE 25 .

AES Configuration  For Transmission Purpose PAGE 26 .

Hair Pinning Router  The origin end point and its router only knows the Destination’s public IP address  The source IP shall match the destination IP to accept the message  Returning a message from an origin endpoint back in the direction it came from PAGE 27 .

• Hair-pinning router is required at non-repeater subnet with more than one applications. • Hair-pinning router is required at non-master repeater site when one or more network application is deployed at the non-master repeater sites.2 LCP hair pinning enhancements.  LCP • All the network applications and the repeaters are in the same subnet as the Master peer then hair- pinning router is not required when deployed with R2.  NOTE: If the network applications are installed on the same PC then they are also on the same subnet PAGE 28 . RDAC.2A Route Requirement  IPSC • If the IPSC sites are joined together into the same subnet using VPN then hair pinning router is not required. or apps that connect to the repeaters directly) or repeater are at the same subnet then hair pinning router is required for that subnet. The non- master repeater sites do not require hair-pinning routers.  Capacity Plus • All the applications and the repeaters are in the same subnet then hair-pinning router is not required • Hair-pinning router is required at the master site when the network applications are deployed on a different subnet  Hair-pinning router is required at non-repeater subnet with more than one network applications. • When VPN is not used and more than one networked applications (such as MNIS.R2.

networked apps (RDAC. PAGE 29 . Call Logging) are deployed behind router 2. Call Logging) are deployed on same LAN as • Router 2 is required to be hair-pinning if other the repeaters. repeater site when MNIS is deployed remotely. Hair-pinning router in Capacity Plus Example Master Repeater Master Repeater Trunked Ch1 IP Trunked Ch1 IP Trunked Ch2 Trunked Ch2 RDAC IP Trunked Ch3 IP Trunked Ch3 RDAC Trunked Ch4 Trunked Ch4 Data Applications IP Stack IP IP Network Data Applications IP Stack DDMS IP Trunked Ch5 DDMS IP Trunked Ch5 MNIS Router 2 Router 1 Trunked Ch6 MNIS Application ID = 1 Trunked Ch6 MNIS PC MNIS Application ID = 1 Data Revert IP Ch PC Data Revert Enhanced GPS IP Ch Revert Ch Enhanced GPS Revert Ch Switch Hair-pinning router is NOT required when the • Hair-pinning router (Router 1) is required at the MNIS and other networked apps (RDAC.

can be deployed on the same PC – May require hair-pinning router in certain deployments • MNIS and Control Station supporting voice dispatch can be deployed on the same PC – As long as control station is not used for data there should be any problem • Only one MNIS can be deployed per PC • Only one DDMS can be deployed per PC PAGE 30 . RDAC. DDMS. Radio Mgmt. MNIS deployment with other apps • MNIS.

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QUIZ • List 3 advantages of MNIS over Control Station •How many single site systems can one MNIS support? • Where and when shall we configure the ARS Monitor ID? PAGE 32 .

1.1 INTERNET/ WAN Location Report Radio ID: 4 PAGE 33 .1.1.1.100 10.Multiple Applications – Source Port Forwarding  Radio has fixed UDP port for each data service  MNIS forwards the IP packet based on source port to different applications Text Location Motorola DDMS Message Server MNIS Server MOTOTRBO REPEATER System 10.1.2 10.1.

1.1.1 10.100 INTERNET/ WAN Location Report to Server 1 Radio ID: 4 PAGE 34 .1.2 10.1.1.1.Multiple Applications – Destination Port Forwarding  Multiple application co-exists in the same system  Raw Data Support Location Location Motorola Server 2 DDMS Server 1 Port: 6001 MNIS Port: 5001 MOTOTRBO REPEATER System 10.

1.100 System App Client INTERNET/ Port: xxxx WAN Radio ID: 4 13.4 PAGE 35 .1.1.1.0.Multiple Applications Support – Destination Port Forwarding  Multiple application co-exists in the same system  Raw Data Support App Server Motorola DDMS MOTOTRBO Port: 6001 MNIS REPEATER 10.0.2 10.

does not have to be within RF coverage  Support 16 talkgroup ranges  Use Local GPS Revert channel to increase the GPS capacity PAGE 36 .MNIS Based Deployment Advantages:  Easy to set up  Support all the data services  Low Equipment Cost  IP connection into the radio system.

1.1.1.1.1.100 INTERNET/ WAN Customer Local Area Network Preferred Location Request Radio ID: 4 PAGE 37 .Applications on Separate Machine from MNIS  Application runs on non-Windows platform  MNIS does the Network Address Translation CAI Network CAI Enable IP Routing Network Forwarding Routing Text Motorola Location DDMS Message Server MNIS Server MOTOTRBO REPEATER System 10.2 10.1 10.1.