I have a use case where one MSP 2RU Media Server needs to talk to cameras on two seperate VLANS. The situation is the cameras are on 2 seperate vlans, and due to some routers being in the way and other reasons it is not practical to flatten the network at this time.
I am fortunatley able to phsycally patch both networks to a central location (where the media server is) but I cannot not change their IP addresses due to complications at the distribution level (again, it's a long story, and yes we tried to fix this the "right" way first but there are obstacles in the way for the foreseeable future).
So my question is, can I set the static address on NIC 1 for network A, and make the 2nd NIC a static address on network B?
Reading the docs it seems like this is OK for a dedicated media server (as opposed to a VSOM). Wondering if anyone else has set up something similar? TIA.
I've utilized the secondary ethernet adapter on VSMS instances for out-of-band console access to the servers themselves. I've never attempted a multihomed VSMS instance servicing cameras on each interface. I'm curious what the outcome would be.
Best of luck!
Bulletproof Solutions Inc.
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