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AoIP option - WebUI

StormAudio’s AoIP solution integrates a module from Merging Technologies implementing the RAVENNA protocol on top of AES67. This section covers the basics on how to configure this embedded device.

For a complete guide of the AoIP WebUI, visit the Merging Technologies RAVENNA resources page.

Access the AoIP’s WebUI


Your ISP must be powered ON and connected to your LAN.

Your computer must be connected to the same LAN.

Connect the primary port of the AoIP module to your LAN with a RJ45 cat5e or above cable.

ISP WebUI configuration for AoIP

  1. First, access the ISP’s installer WebUI.

  2. Create your Theater for the room using the configurator.

  3. Set your AoIP speakers/channels as Digital (D) in the ISP WebUI. A is for Analog XLR:

  4. Enter the “Settings tab”:

  5. Click on the “AES67 Module IP Address” hyperlink under the “Input/Output Setup”. This is the local IP of your AoIP module:

  6. You will then be directed to the AoIP module’s WebUI, allowing you to configure it. See next section.

AoIP module WebUI

General settings

Device name:

Here you can change the AoIP module name. This name will be displayed in the ANEMAN and Dante Controller softwares. Choose a recognizable name.

Audio Configuration:

The Sample rate: must be the same for all devices in the AoIP network. Recommended and default is 48 kHz.

The Frame size: defines how many samples each transmitted frame should include. Recommended and default is 48 smpl AES67.

Session Sinks Global:

This is used to adjust a global session sinks delay. This is not required. Leave this as 0 and unchecked.


Multi-Interface mode: check this box to allow redundancy in the AoIP setup. See

If you do not intend to use redundancy in your setup, we recommend to disable the ST2022-7 capacity (default disabled).

Interfaces 1 & 2:

Link: an “Up” link shows a good connection to your LAN. Down means it is not connected.

Name: shows which RJ45 port is connected to which interface.

Type: can be DHCP, Static or Zeroconf. DHCP is for automatic IP setups, Static is for manual IP setups, and Zeroconf is equivalent to Apple Bonjour for automatic discovery.

After changing one or multiple parameters, you will need to “Apply” the configuration. In some cases you will also need to restart your AoIP module after applying the changes. See the “System” section below to restart the module.



Session sources

A session source allows you to create a connection from the AoIP module to an AoIP destination.

Detailed information is available here:

Session sinks

A session sink allows you to create a connection from an AoIP source to the AoIP module.

Detailed information is available here: .


Merging RAVENNA "Ins/Outs”

I/O Router

Merging RAVENNA “I/O Router”


Merging RAVENNA “Statistics”




Build Number:

The AoIP module firmware version.

Configuration file:

Download: saves your AoIP module configuration as a file on your computer.

Upload: reloads an AoIP module configuration.

This is a backup & restore configuration process, similar to the ISP’s.


Reboot: reboots your AoIP module. It can take a few minutes.

Reboot to factory: restarts your AoIP module to the factory settings.

Save: saves the current configuration


These functions will only be used by StormAudio support staff. You might be requested to provide a log report by using the “Get Report” function.

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