Licensing

Avtec Model Number Maximum Category A, B & Supplemental Combined Maximum Category B Maximum Supplemental Redundant

SFW-VPG-M1-NR
SFW-VPG-M1-NR-SK

12

6

0

No

SFW-VPG-M1
SFW-VPG-M1-SK

12

6

0

Yes

SFW-VPG-M1-P25-NR
SFW-VPG-M1-P25-NR-SK

12

6

8 DMR-AIS/NXDN/P25

No

SFW-VPG-M1-P25
SFW-VPG-M1-P25-SK

12

6

8 DMR-AIS/NXDN/P25

Yes

SFW-VPG-M1-PMR-NR
SFW-VPG-M1-PMR-NR-SK

12

6

8 DMR-AIS/NXDN

No

SFW-VPG-M1-PMR
SFW-VPG-M1-PMR-SK

12

6

8 DMR-AIS/NXDN

Yes

Licensing the KMF Feature of the VPGate Advanced Radio Support Application

To enable the KMF feature of the Advanced Radio Support Application, a KMF access license must be acquired. The Avtec Encryption Key Manager cannot connect to the KMF server without the KMF license (SFW-VPG-KMF and SFW-VPG-KMF-SK).

VPGate Drivers

VPGate drivers are licensed by specific categories. There are three license categories for supported protocol drivers: A, B, and not separately licensed.

The following is a list of these drivers and their category.

Driver Licensing Category

APX Control Station via Outpost Plus

1 “A” license per endpoint

APX Mobile via Outpost

1 “A” license per endpoint

Auxiliary Input Panel

1 “A” license per Master Panel

Auxiliary Output Panel

1 “A” license per Master Panel

DMR-AIS (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

IDAS IP Conventional (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

iDEN

1 “A” license per endpoint

Kenwood Mobile (2)

1 “A” license per endpoint

Kenwood NEXEDGE® Trunking (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

Kodiak (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

M7100

1 “A” license per endpoint

MAP27

1 “A” license per endpoint

MOTOTRBO Capacity Max (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

MOTOTRBO Connect Plus (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

MOTOTRBO Control Station via Outpost Plus

1 “A” license per endpoint

MOTOTRBO IP Site Connect (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

MOTOTRBO MSCP (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

Outpost

1 “A” license per endpoint

Outpost Plus

1 “A” license per endpoint

P25 CSSI (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

P25 DFSI (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

P25 Failsoft (1)

1 “A” license per endpoint

Sprint Direct Connect

1 “A” license per endpoint

Tait Mobile (3)

1 “A” license per endpoint

URC-200

1 “A” license per endpoint

Daniels UIC

1 “B” license per endpoint

ED-137

1 "B" license per endpoint

JPS NXU2

1 “B” license per endpoint

SIP (1)

1 “B” license per endpoint

ANI Alias

Not separately licensed

Audio Forwarding

Not separately licensed

Call Voter

Not separately licensed

Cimarron ANI Decoder

Not separately licensed

Data Forwarding

Not separately licensed

MDC1200

Not separately licensed

Outpost Auxiliary Input

Not separately licensed

Outpost Auxiliary Output

Not separately licensed

Radio Function

Not separately licensed

Signal Processing

Not separately licensed

(1) These drivers require supplementary licenses to operate.
(2) The Kenwood Mobile driver supports Kenwood TK-5710 radios, NX-700 radios, and NX-5000 series radios.
(3) The Tait Mobile driver supports the Tait TM9155, TM9300, and TM9400 radios.

Chaining multiple drivers requires multiple licenses. For example, if you chain an Outpost endpoint with a MAP27 driver, it counts as two “A” licenses against the total maximum number allowed.

If you are using redundant drivers, they only consume the license(s) that has already been assigned to their redundant driver counterpart.

The MDC1200 driver works with the Outpost device (OUTPOST-2R and SFW-MDC-1) to deliver native MDC1200 capability without external hardware.

Certain drivers require supplementary licenses. The Kodiak driver requires a supplemental Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) subscription license to interface with a Broadband PTT system. The supplementary licenses are sold and deployed in redundant pairs unless otherwise indicated. See “Accessory Model Numbers” for optional model number information on these supplementary licenses.

A 1U rackmounted industrial computer that has been extensively tested for compatibility is optionally available from Avtec. See “Accessory Model Numbers” for optional model number information. Alternatively, resellers or end users can provide their own computers under an existing purchase agreement or to meet a special requirement such as redundant power supplies. Minimum recommended computer specifications are listed in the following table.