Bridging LAN Audio to external WAN: Security is key

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Remote broadcasting, on-field coverage, live game commentary, audio distribution to transmitters or web radios – the audio production environment has multiple forms. These streams traditionally travel through dedicated analog/AES-EBU audio infrastructures. Those legacy infrastructures use audio codecs to interconnect the audio world with the Wide Area IP network – among which is Internet. Within a traditional company IT infrastructure, codecs are designed to remain in the so-called DMZ, the first security layer and farthest possible ‘exclusion zone’ from the company’s sensitive data – the latter being lodged into a ‘privileged zone’, a deep layer heavily protected by firewalls.

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