ISL Conference Proxy modules

 

ISL Conference proxy consist of several modules. If you wish to see the list of installed modules with details:

  1. Log in to your ISL Conference proxy administration
  2. Navigate to Manage software -> Overview


  • ISL Conference Proxy Module

Core ISL Conference Proxy module.

  • ISL AlwaysOn Module

Module provides you with backed support for ISL AlwaysOn. You can find more information here.

  • ISL Light Module

Module provides you with backed support for ISL Light. You can find more information here.

  • ISL Pronto Module

Module provides you with backed support for ISL Pronto. You can find more information here.

  • ISL Groop Module

Module provides you with backed support for ISL Groop. You can find more information here.

  • PostgreSQL Module

Module provides you with support for managed PostgreSQL instance, which is used as an internal database storage.

  • Storage Module

Module adds support for server side session recording. Sessions are stored to a defined storage area.

  • Reports Module

Module provides you with backed support for ISL Conference Proxy reporting functionality.

  • Authentication Module

Module contains the appropriate executable and scripts needed for external authentication (ActiveDirectory, openLDAP etc.)

  • DNS Server Module

Modules adds support for Internal DNS server. You will use this DNS Server for your private cloud setup. If you do not set up your private cloud, you do not need it and it will not installed by default in that case.

  • GeoIP Module

Module provides you with the GeoIP functionality, i.e. getting the geographical location based on an IP address. You will use this module for load balancing if you set up your private cloud. It also provides IP lookup support for ISL Pronto and ISL Light modules, so that you can see the desk/client location.

  • Locale Module

Module provides you with locale support (time-zones, locale mapping).

  • Network Time Module

Module includes a NTP client (enabled by default) and NTP server (disabled by default). With NTP client enabled, ICP has its own internal clock (it is synced to the specified NTP servers) and does not depend on system time. If you disable NTP client, ICP will (after you restart it) start using system time. In this case you are going to need to take care of the correctness of system time. Correct time is critical for private cloud setups, since time difference of more than 20 seconds between the servers, causes the servers to disconnect from grid. It is also important for single server setups, since it guarantees that the logs, session meta data etc. is correct.

  • System Monitor Module

Module adds support for monitoring machine on which you installed your ICP. It provides you with statistics, such as CPU usage, memory usage, disk and network statistics etc.

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