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Can you install many Lm5 for many room of hotel?
#1
Hello everybody! I have a problem, it should ask people, and does anyone have done yet? Smile). the problem is that I want to insert many lm5 in the same network or other network (make hotel rooms). in the figure his example I have 6 lm5, 4 lm5 in strip other network modem original and 2 lm5 in the same range network with modem. each lm5 to control for a room, a system EIB separate each other. so I have to configure each lm5 how? because I saw the control address 1/1/2 on lm3 (1), the address 1/1/2 on lm3 (2) or lm3 (4) will change the value in.: ((. has anyone install many lm5 for hotel yet?
Thank so much!

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#2
Hi,

If you don't want to see KNX traffic from any LM into another LM, just disable KNX IP features in the KNX system settings or enable filter tables to keep the traffiic local.

BR,

Erwin
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(18.03.2018, 10:32)phongvucba Wrote: Hello everybody! I have a problem, it should ask people, and does anyone have done yet? Smile). the problem is that I want to insert many lm5 in the same network or other network (make hotel rooms). in the figure his example I have 6 lm5, 4 lm5 in strip other network modem original and 2 lm5 in the same range network with modem. each lm5 to control for a room, a system EIB separate each other. so I have to configure each lm5 how? because I saw the control address 1/1/2 on lm3 (1), the address 1/1/2 on lm3 (2) or lm3 (4) will change the value in.: ((. has anyone install many lm5 for hotel yet?
Thank so much!

Hi,

You turn off the Muticast network protocol mode

or to different multicast IP addresses
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Thank so much all friend !
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