I will be setting up an FX Server at a customer's site shortly and I am not sure exactly what licenses I need to accommodate the controllers. I have one existing FX60 that has N2 devices on it. We are installing a new FX70 with a couple of BACnet controllers in a different location. In order for the server to talk to the FX60/70, do I need the BACnet IP driver for the server and each FX60/70 or is that only required for integrating 3rd party network controllers? I was told that since the FX60/70 panels reside on the Niagara Network, the IP licenses are not needed. I remember in FX60 school that they said that each FX60 would need an Enterprise license to talk to the server. The BACnet Server license is not cheap and I want to make sure we cover everything. I also don't want to spend $$$$ on a license if I don't need it. Can anyone with direct experience with FX Server please let me know what you have done? Thanks.