YateMMI is a Mobile Management Interface that allows an easy configuration/management of all Yate-based products (Core Network and Radio network equipments)
YateMMI is organized in various contexts, as 1st level menu entries:
Contexts use software wizards (setup assistants) for a well-defined step-by-step configuration.
Each context has multiple modules, as 2nd level menu entries.
Each of these modules can be either enabled or disabled from Home (context) -> Settings (module) -> Modules (submenu)
To find out more about each wizard’s field, read the explanations marked with the ? (question mark).
If there is no explication about that specific wizard field/parameter, the ? leads you to generic explanations about that section.
This context allows the administrator to set general information about the network.
All this information is necessary for the equipment he will later on add.
The administrator can start adding only one equipment, and later add more.
In case he wants to configure multiple equipments, YateMMI will generate pools of IP addresses, point codes, global titles and more.
Pools are an essential concept used for setting up the network.
To setup more pieces of equipment of the same type, an administrator may use:
There are different wizards for each equipment type:
A second notice “You have changes and they were marked to apply.” will appear and a cron (a time-based job scheduler) will apply the settings to the equipment. The administrator will be notified if the configuration was successful or not.
Note: Some users have ‘Allow web apply’ activated. On these users, cron can be bypassed with [Push settings now] button that appears with second notice.