Can I have 2 800xA systems running on the same network version 220.127.116.11
each system will have its own domain contoller
However, I can tell from own experience that I have found few or no problems having all released versions coexisting on the same LAN, IP subnet and domain.
- The RNRP Network Status Tool may leak a small amount of memory and eventually crash if left open for prolonged durations (something the tool has not been designed for)
- Running a non-preferred version of Microsoft Windows Domain may prevent you from performing some settings listed in the Installation Manual of the 800xA version in use.
- The Node Administration Structure list of nodes should not have any cross section between the systems sharing network other than the domain controllers
- The RNRP monitoring tools will display all nodes on the subnetwork while network connection alarms will be filtered (by the Node Admin Structure content) for each system version.