How To | Configure single and dual port modes for the Attero Tech unDNEMO and unDNEMO-BT
Learn how to configure single and dual port modes for Attero Tech unDNEMO and unDNEMO-BT devices.
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As of firmware version v4.3.x, the unDNEMO and unDNEMO now support configurable Ethernet port modes. For systems that have already installed the unDNEMO and are applying updates, care should be taken to note this enhancement. If a system has already been deployed with a daisy-chain topology, each device in the chain will need to be configured with the Dual Port setting as the new default is Single Port mode.
Single Port Mode
In this mode the second, non-PoE powered Ethernet port is disabled to provide security for applications that require restricted access to the network.
For a device that has been altered from its factory defaults, single port mode may be re-enabled via Dante Controller. Select “Single Port” from the Network Config tab within the Device View window. This will require a reboot of the device. This will require a reboot of the device.
Dual Port Mode
The unDNEMO can be deployed in standard Ethernet networks with and without external switching hardware. To enable this switched mode, select “Dual Port – Switched” from the Network Config tab within the Device View window. This will require a reboot of the device.
It is not recommended to connect high channel count Dante devices to the end of any daisy-chain segment. The daisy chain feature is intended to ease deployment in situations where additional Ethernet switches may be obtrusive and difficult to install. The daisy-chain feature is not intended to be use as a high bandwidth connection between two or more Ethernet switches to bridge network segments.