Once the server is configured this will be the first screen you see:
- Shows whether the server is running or not. "Running" indicates the server is listening for incoming requests from other DICOM devices such as Osirix. "Stopped" indicates that the server is not listening and incoming requests will fail.
- Shows how long the server has been running. This is reset everytime the server is (re)started.
- Stops and starts the server.
- Shows the server logs.
- Allows you to configure XNAT servers. Explained in Configuring XNAT Servers.
- Allows you to configure dicom devices including this XNAT Gateway and remote DICOM devices.
The first time the XNAT Gateway GUI is run, you will see the initial setup screen.
Initial Setup Screen
You can now define multiple XNAT servers from which to query and retrieve images although only one is active at any given time. The following screen shows an overview of the current XNAT servers listed and the ability toggle a default server, and add and edit new servers:
Configure XNAT Servers Screen
7.1 Adding an XNAT Server
Adding an XNAT Server
7.2 Editing an XNAT Server
Editing an XNAT Servers
The Local/Remote AE Configuration screen shows the current setting for this XNAT Gateway and the devices that are able to retrieve images.
Local/Remote AE Configuration Screen
Change this XNAT Gateway's settings from this screen:
Gateway Settings Screen
The following screen allows you to add a new remote device:
Add Remote AE Screen
The following screen allows you to edit an existing remote device:
Edit Remote AE Screen