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2 networks on a pair of nanobeam 5ghz gen2

We have 2 networks. a main network and a ip camera network. (10.0.10.1 / 192.168.1.1 respectively.) Each have their own internet and router. Right now we have extended our main network to another builindg via the nanobeams. Is it possible to also run the ip camera network over the nanobeams to extend the IP camera network to the other building, or would i need to purchase another pair?

 

 

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Re: 2 networks on a pair of nanobeam 5ghz gen2

Are  the nanobeams secondary ports easily accessible?

If so, this can be done using  VLAN's.

If not, you will need a VLAN capable switches behind each nanobeams main port

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Re: 2 networks on a pair of nanobeam 5ghz gen2

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When you say nanobeam '5ghz gen2', you must mean the

NBE-5AC-Gen2 model. Treat a link made with these radios

as though it was a long Ethernet cable.

 

In this case, you can freely combine two subnets on the

same link. You can simply combine them using a switch,

or you can isolate using VLANs if you choose. If you

want them on separate physical networks at the destination,

you'll need to either add a router or use VLANs and a

VLAN-aware switch.  Dave


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Re: 2 networks on a pair of nanobeam 5ghz gen2

Thank you. I'll try this afternoon.