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Scott Holtzman

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Re: Question for networking gurus!
« Reply #10 on: July 20, 2017, 12:44:24 am »

Well at least you and I are on the same page. Soooo frustrating! But hey at least you got a Cirrus out of the deal- or was it a Citation II? How big WAS the the change order? ;-)

Cirrus is for yuppies and they no jets.  It's 78 Cessna T210 and not just one change order, just the concept that the profit is in the change orders.

Fun though.....
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Samuel Rees

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Question for networking gurus!
« Reply #11 on: July 25, 2017, 02:58:03 pm »

A small unmanaged network switch like this will do just fine for your application. However, if you are getting Axient Digital and there is any possibility you may use the Dante network audio functionality in the future, at least a very small step up might serve you well.

Simple Dante networks don't need anything fancy in terms of switches - but you do want to be able to turn green-Ethernet off, which you can't do on most of the very cheapest switches. Just a few dollars more will get you a netgear switch that will do that. This one can disable green-Ethernet, has a few extra features you might find a use for someday like VLAN, and is still under $50.

https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-ProSAFE-GS108T-Gigabit-GS108T-200NAS/dp/B003KP8VSK?th=1
« Last Edit: July 26, 2017, 09:16:23 am by Samuel Rees »
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DavidTurner

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Re: Question for networking gurus!
« Reply #12 on: August 05, 2017, 08:06:08 pm »

David,
The Axient and PSM1000 Units have two network ports per unit. So you can theoretically daisy chain all of the units together, and still use your existing network equipment. Or you could just daisy chain two units per switch port so one bad cables doesn't take them all down.

UPDATE:  I daisy chained them like you suggested. Working perfectly.

THANK YOU!


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