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An mLAN Connection Management Server for Web-Based, Multi-User, Audio Device Patching
A connection management server has been developed that enables connections to be made between mLAN-compatible audio devices, via a client web browser on any web-enabled device, such as a laptop or PDA. The connections can also be made across IEEE1394 bridges, and will allow for the transport of audio and music data between mLAN devices on the same or separate IEEE 1394 buses. Multiple users will be able to make and break connections via the server.
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