Adding Beacon Container Manually

Updated 3 weeks ago by Tim Chimes

Scope

The Beacon container is used extensively to send email invitations and during the connection process. This document will cover setting up the Beacon container.


Creating the Beacon container

  1. In Portainer, create a new container
  1. Name the container beacon, and set the image as quay.io | beacon:latest, like the screenshot below

  1. Next, add two volumes - one writeable and one read-only - as shown below

container

/config

Bind

host

/opt/telos/beacon

Writable

container

/etc/telos

Bind

host

/etc/telos

Read-only

  1. Set the hostname and IP address of the Beacon container as shown below

Network

telosmacvlan

Hostname

beacon

IPv4

[unique IP address on your AoIP network]

Note that Beacon's IPv4 address must be a unique address that matches the subnet of your AoIP network.
  1. Click the "Deploy the container" button when finished.

To configure the Beacon server, it is recommend that you follow the instructions on the VIP Beacon and Invitation Server page in the VIP manual. The VIP manual can be found from the Infinity Web Portal, found here: https://success.telosalliance.com/telos-infinity-web-portal


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