Expand LAN-Based Alarm Capacity Without Adding Extra IP Addresses

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Initial Site Capacity

Ability to Handle Initial Site Capacity

Ordinarily, each LAN-based remote in your network will have its own IP address. But adding an extra IP address for additional remotes as your network grows can be a drain on network resources. Here we show a site at two stages of the network build-out. In the initial phase, the site can be covered by a single remote.

Build-Out Phases

Expand with Network Growth Build-Out Phases

In the next phase of network growth, there are many more devices to be monitored. Instead of adding more remotes to the site, expansion units are added to the base remote. Each expansion unit reports alarms through the base remote, using the base remote's IP address. Additional expansion units can be daisy-chained off the base unit as needed.

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