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Thread: NDI on laptop not connecting, wireless versus wired

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    NDI on laptop not connecting, wireless versus wired

    New/old user, learning the new capabilities of the Mini ADV3. I got the software all updated and things are working great, excepting a couple things. I connected my laptop to the system (wired network for both) with the NDI scan converter (great thing, BTW) and saw all three of my displays come up as options. Then, because it'll be needed, I set my laptop onto our wireless network and started the scan converter. The Mini saw that it was getting a feed of some type from the laptop, but all I got was a black screen. My displays are set to always switch to a single when I disconnect, so this perplexes me.

    I did see this similar issue in another post, but of course I forgot to bookmark it as I waited to get the green light to post, so apologies for asking the same thing again.

    Thanks for any insight
    DV

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    Does your wired and wireless network use the same subnet?
    Kane Peterson
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    I believe they do...I can ask our IT area

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    I am incorrect...we are on separate subnets

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    Open the NDI ACCESS MANAGER app, click on REMOTE SOURCES tab, and select NEW then add device IP that you are trying to connect, should do it

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPulera View Post
    Open the NDI ACCESS MANAGER app, click on REMOTE SOURCES tab, and select NEW then add device IP that you are trying to connect, should do it

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    If that doesn't fix it, then IT will need to allow routing between these networks.
    Kane Peterson
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPulera View Post
    Open the NDI ACCESS MANAGER app, click on REMOTE SOURCES tab, and select NEW then add device IP that you are trying to connect, should do it

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    Jeff
    That did it. THanks!

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