About ralus.cfg format components

The ralus.cfg format contains three components. The first component (A) is a required string.

The second component is a unique identifier followed by an equal sign (=). A unique identifier can consist of sequential numbers, letters or alpha-numeric characters. For example: 1, 2, 3 or A, B, C. You can also use AA, BB, CC, or A1, A2, B1, B2. Whatever unique identifier you decide to use must be unique if you list multiple media servers in the ralus.cfg file.

The third component of the ralus.cfg format is the actual media server IP address or its naming-service accessible name. For example, a DNS name, hosts file name, or NIS name. When entering this information, do not use spaces.

Figure: Ralus.cfg formatting example

Ralus.cfg formatting example

Editing a ralus.cfg file can be done using any Linux or UNIX text editor.

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