The VizFrame Digital Signage Appliance can be operated peer to peer,
or on a LAN, or on a public Internet address. Both DHCP and fixed IP
address configurations are supported. Each ViziFrame comes standard with
an auto switching 10/100 Ethernet port for use with CAT5 wiring.
Optional Gigabit LAN port is available as is wireless 802.11 B/G WiFi
support via an add-in card.
There is no special requirements for network configuration. If the
ViziFrame Client PC can see other ViziFrames on the LAN, Wireless
Network, and Public IP addresses on the Internet, it can transmit
play-lists and content to the ViziFrame. Conversely if the ViziFrame
Appliance can see the Internet, it can pull live content from any web
server to be displayed.
ViziFrame uses standard HTTP and FTP ports for communication,
ensuring compatibility and throughput with virtually any network
security or firewall system.
You can deploy ViziFrames worldwide and run them all from one PC
using the ViziFrame Client software.
ViziFrame supports all standard TCP/IP network
architectures. It does not use any proprietary ports or protocols,
making it simple to manage on your network or to access through
Ports used by ViziFrame:
Port 80 for HTTP fetching of web based content
Ports 20,21 for remote management via FTP
Digital Signage Network can be used for:
Signage and Displays
Purchase (POP) Signage for product advertisement
Displays to help drawn in Mall and outside consumers.
Building Informational Signage
Boards for Fast Food Restaurants and Concession Stands
Sale (POS) Signs