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 ===== Controller Network ===== ===== Controller Network =====
  
-The communication of the devices within a DHD system is handled via the controller network. This could be an Ethernet or CAN bus connection. An example is the connection between a DSP frame and a mixing console. If the device is controlled via software solely and without a physical DHD control surface (e.g. router, On-Air switches, etc.), the controller network is not required. In comparison to the office network and the DHD network, you are not allowed to change IP addresses in the controller network! The IP addresses in this network are preset by DHD and refer to the individual MAC addresses in the devices.+The communication of the devices within a DHD system is handled via the controller network. This could be an Ethernet or CAN bus connection. An example is the connection between a DSP core and a mixing console. If the device is controlled via software solely and without a physical DHD control surface (e.g. router, On-Air switches, etc.), the controller network is not required. In comparison to the office network and the DHD network, you are not allowed to change IP addresses in the controller network! The IP addresses in this network are preset by DHD and refer to the individual MAC addresses in the devices.
  
 +===== Network examples =====
 The following example shows a server PC with two network adapters that interconnects the office network and the DHD network. Beside the operation of the DHD Operation Server software, this PC can also be used for logging and maintenance purposes. A Series 52/XC Core is connected to the DHD network. The 52/XC Core and the 52/MX control surface communicate with each other via the controller network. The following example shows a server PC with two network adapters that interconnects the office network and the DHD network. Beside the operation of the DHD Operation Server software, this PC can also be used for logging and maintenance purposes. A Series 52/XC Core is connected to the DHD network. The 52/XC Core and the 52/MX control surface communicate with each other via the controller network.
  
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