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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    Yes.
    Thanks again
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    That's how I see it. Actually I did this with 2 networks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freddy-b View Post
    There can be up to 5 jcin2networks. so multiple N2 addresses from the
    existing five N30's would not be the issue.

    If I understood you correctly?
    I understand the software can apply 5 networks, but how can it choose which multiple addresses to contact on the hardware side. There must some reasoning for the 5 N-30s in the same panel, line length perhaps.

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    freddy-b, for general consumption, please address mechdorn's question.

  5. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by NINAX View Post
    freddy-b, for general consumption, please address mechdorn's question.
    I dont think I can.

  6. #19
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    Each of the 5 N2 buses would be on isolated COM ports on the Jace. So you could have an N2 device with address 10 on each bus, and the Jace designates them differently because they are on COM1, COM2, etc.

    You still have the same limitations that on any given segment that you cannot duplicate an address.

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