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 91 
 on: Yesterday at 11:06:00 pm 
Started by Keith Finch - Last post by Scott Holtzman
Calling all Network Masters.
 I have a need for about a year to access “Devices” from Extron, and a few others over the internet. I will be at a school about an hour away from the devices I want to control and adjust. The far end is on the public network (129.x.x.x) on the campus. My devices can see the internet, But I don’t know the best way for me to see them. I need to be able to do this from work and home when needed. The simple way I see is to place a computer at the far end and access it with something like Team Viewer. But what if that PC goes south on me. I would like to establish a direct path. Is this something the mid-level tech can do?

Most routers have VPN servers built in.  Install the VPN software client on your computer and it creates an interface that is on the local LAN at the remote end.  Safe, secure and encrypted.

 92 
 on: Yesterday at 10:45:23 pm 
Started by Nick Andrews - Last post by Stephen Swaffer
I'm a licensed electrical contractor.  Installing the proper CS receptacle next to the panel should cost about the cost of the receptacle more than doing a tie in.  Why not install it and be done?  The tie-in should be done by an electrician with the proper gear (arc-flash as need if energized, etc.).  A permanent receptacle is less problematic with code than leaving SO "installed" since it is only suitable for temporary use-typically less than 30 days.

FWIW, I'm doing a similar sized setup for a church event in a few days.  I have the cable, and am qualified to do my own tie-ins,and am well aquainted with the local inspector.  I'm planning on using an inverter genny-mainly becasue dragging 250' of SO around isn't as much fun as it used to be ;) .

 93 
 on: Yesterday at 10:41:18 pm 
Started by John Sabine - Last post by Mac Kerr
Thank you for your time and attention, I know this is an old thread.

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 94 
 on: Yesterday at 10:35:39 pm 
Started by John Sabine - Last post by Seth Asa
John,

Thank you for your time and attention, I know this is an old thread.

I'm interested in a connection between the X32 Core and the X32 full.

Specifically, I'm wondering if I can use the 32-channel USB In/Out on an X32 Core, assign USB computer inputs to channels, and use them in 8-channel blocks at the X32 full, via AES50.

I work for a stage theatre. We normally run Figure53's Sound Design software "QLab3" from an iMac in the Stage Management Booth. The FOH mix position is about 70' away but connects to our amplifiers. We run plays and musicals, both, and use varying combinations of computer effects and live mics.

I am considering purchasing an X32 Core so I can have a direct USB connection for QLab in the SM Booth while digitally linking to the X32 full at FOH position (which connects to our amp rack).

Any reason to think I couldn't use the same, or similar methods?

Thank you again,
-Seth Asa

 95 
 on: Yesterday at 09:58:51 pm 
Started by Keith Finch - Last post by Keith Finch
Calling all Network Masters.
 I have a need for about a year to access “Devices” from Extron, and a few others over the internet. I will be at a school about an hour away from the devices I want to control and adjust. The far end is on the public network (129.x.x.x) on the campus. My devices can see the internet, But I don’t know the best way for me to see them. I need to be able to do this from work and home when needed. The simple way I see is to place a computer at the far end and access it with something like Team Viewer. But what if that PC goes south on me. I would like to establish a direct path. Is this something the mid-level tech can do?

 96 
 on: Yesterday at 09:46:31 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by Nathan Riddle
Nathan, if you are back through Gainesville anytime soon you can swing by and check out the CS60. They are also in Florida so a one Day ship and I may know a good dealer ;)
I'm very happy with them


I'm coming down to infocomm in Orlando so i'll be driving through Gainesville. I'd love to stop by and say 'hey' and look at the CS60. Thanks for the offer!

 97 
 on: Yesterday at 09:27:16 pm 
Started by Nick Andrews - Last post by Nick Andrews
BAD idea.
You can't (shouldn't) leave an energized chunk of wire lying around. It MUST be capped, and out of reach of the public. For it's entire length. Local laws MAY be quite a bit more strict .....
Chris.

Hi Chris ,

Yes it would be put away and breakers turned off of course.

 98 
 on: Yesterday at 09:03:46 pm 
Started by Debbie Dunkley - Last post by Tim Tyler
I can ???...... ooooh.

The Behringer P16m system can solve your iem problems.  16 ultranet channels per mixer with full control of pan, eq, limiter etc. per channel, reasonable price.  Frees up mix busses for other functions, if needed.

-Tim T

 99 
 on: Yesterday at 08:57:28 pm 
Started by Nick Andrews - Last post by Chris Hindle
Hi,

The event is in Ny city, I am based out of NJ. Unfortunately they do not want to install anything permanent this year. I can however leave the feeder there and just pull it out the day of the event.

BAD idea.
You can't (shouldn't) leave an energized chunk of wire lying around. It MUST be capped, and out of reach of the public. For it's entire length. Local laws MAY be quite a bit more strict .....
Chris.

 100 
 on: Yesterday at 08:51:35 pm 
Started by Nathan Riddle - Last post by eric lenasbunt
Nathan, if you are back through Gainesville anytime soon you can swing by and check out the CS60. They are also in Florida so a one Day ship and I may know a good dealer ;)
I'm very happy with them


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