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Old 09-21-2020, 02:38 AM
mystic merlin mystic merlin is offline
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Default Avid Control working with Belkin ethernet adapter

I was constantly having the problem of eucon reseting my S3/Dock/Control so that employees couldn't control the dadman and the volume of speakers. This would happen frequently to the point where I thought about buying the dad mom to control my speakers but I couldnt imagine buying yet another tool to control the volume. I therefore bought the Belkin ethernet adapter for my Ipad which prevents the ipad connecting to wifi and connects only on the eucon switch on ithe mac's dedicated ethernet network adapter. This has basically solved all my issues with eucon reseting my control surfaces and keeps the dadman connected as the monitor controller keeping everyone happy.
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