If you're using AudioVAULT, we have two options to get you set-up:
If you are NOT technically savvy:
Send your audiovau.ini file to us at email@example.com. (Your audiovau.ini is located in C:\Windows or C:\WinNT depending on your version and OS) We will edit it for you and send it back to you with the correct info. Once we send you back the updated version, replace your audiovau.ini file with the new version and restart AudioVAULT. When your AuidoVAULT has been restarted, notify us at the email above, and we will check on our end to see if we are receiving your data. Configure AudioVAULT to send data on port 14338 to radio.tunegenie.com. We will then contact you with a confirmation.
If you ARE technically savvy:
- Make sure to backup your audiovau.ini file before making any changes
- Put the snippet.ini file attached below after the "[AVAir]" section of the audiovau.ini file (make sure to edit the stationID with your station callsign)
- Restart your AudioVAULT
- After restarting AudioVAULT, contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will check on our end to see if we are receiving your data. We will then contact you with confirmation.
- Configure AudioVAULT to send data on port 14338 to radio.tunegenie.com
If you run into any problems please contact us (email@example.com)
*NOTE* This set-up only works if your AudioVAULT is not using the "RemoteEvent" feature already. If you already have a system monitoring your AudioVAULT, you will need to install TRE software to "split" the feed to both services.