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Benjamin Krumholz

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Re: Control Network on Primary and Secondary Dante Switches
« Reply #20 on: February 03, 2018, 03:43:16 pm »


Maybe we need to sit in the shop for a day and plug a bunch of stuff together and try to break it until we figure it out.  :)

Come By any time Brian... We are always "Trying to break it.."

So the problem is not on the computer side.. You can always get a secondary, Third, NIC for a computer to access both.  Primary and Secondary Vlan1 or Vlan2

A device like an amplifier or mic receiver typically would only have one network interface.. In the PSM1000 with dual network ports, it is as you say.. A mini Switch...
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Re: Control Network on Primary and Secondary Dante Switches
« Reply #21 on: February 03, 2018, 04:08:43 pm »

Come By any time Brian... We are always "Trying to break it.."

So the problem is not on the computer side.. You can always get a secondary, Third, NIC for a computer to access both.  Primary and Secondary Vlan1 or Vlan2

A device like an amplifier or mic receiver typically would only have one network interface.. In the PSM1000 with dual network ports, it is as you say.. A mini Switch...

I"m going to take you up on the invite as soon as i can.  'cause i'm genuinely curious as to the solution to this problem.  Plus i like breaking stuff....  :)

Meanwhile, if you solve this i'll come by just so you can show me the solution.
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