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    Confine NDI to a designated NIC

    At this moment, i'm a bit disappointed.

    Already in 2017 people pointed out that the way NDI taking every NIC in the system causes problems in certain setups.
    Newtek answered this was understood and were working on this, even though it wouldn't be as easy as it seems.
    I did speak with Kane at IBC about it and he told me it was on the todo list.

    Now we are 3 years ahead from that point, and I still cannot use NDI in my setup, because this issue is still actual.

    Problems using NDI on same network as dante:
    Using_Dante_with_NDI

    A 2017 thread on this, the solution there is not working for me, as blocking bonjour would also block Dante:
    Routing-NDI-traffic-to-a-specific-NIC

    So please, make me happy again by giving this some more priority.

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    I wonder if this has been addressed with the new Tricaster 2 series?
    With one 1Gbit port and one 10Gbit port, maybe there are now routing options?
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    Any news on this issue?
    I would love to be able to define which NIC ndi uses exclusively.

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    Kane, can you say something about this?

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    Currently, there is no built in function to limit NDI to specific NIC interfaces.
    Kane Peterson
    Solutions Architect
    NewTek, Inc.

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