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Author Topic: Timecore - Is there a limit to the number of destination IP addresses?  (Read 9 times)

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Good morning

Congratulations on a truly great product with the Timecore.  Long time MIF2/3/4 user here, since way back when.. The timecore has really revolutionised that space and finally bought timecode distribution out of the dark ages and into the IP networked future. Thank you!

I have a large installation with multiple timecore devices. We have directed each timecore device to separate groups of target devices by using multiple destination IP addresses in the ARTNET - destination IP Address field on the Settings page.  The IP addresses are separated by commas.  This approach works well for us, because all of the devices on the network can co exist within the same address space, but the timecode data can be filtered to be sent to the relevant group of devices.

My question is, is there a limit to the number of destination IP addresses that can be added into that field and separated with a comma?  I have a vague recollection that I discovered in the past this was limited to 5 addresses.  We have another project coming up where I would like to add around 40 devices into this field, and I am wondering if this will work, or if I will need to take another approach.

Many thanks and best regards


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