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Old December 7th, 2017, 10:21 AM   #1

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Two processors with one EN2TR

Hi all,

I have an application where I have to put a 1756-L83 and a 1756-L71S (along with its partner) on the same chassis. Both processors have to communicate with their own remote IO chassis through Ethernet. Is it possible to share only one single EN2TR between the two processors and use it in a DLR configuration with the remote chassis?

Thank you in advance!

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