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Old 08-12-2005, 04:29 PM
Kelly M. Pieklo Kelly M. Pieklo is offline
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Default Remote 002 via fiber OPTIC, not fiber channel...

I originally posted this with a question that probably made no sense. So I'm posting a result for y'all, as I tested a fiber optic FW extender with an 002 system.

Used the FireNEX800 by Newnex - capable of extending FW up to 1000 meters/3200 feet. Running PTLE 6.9 on iBook G4 933 with 80G/7200 rpm EZQuest FW400 drive. All connections are FW400 in PT/iBook/002, connections to and from extender are FW800, so I used FW400 - to FW800 converter cables. Ran a session - can't remember specifics, but I wrote automation multiple times, added/pulled plugs on multiple tracks, wrote plug automation with no problems whatsoever.

iBook FW400>EZQuest HD FW400>FireNEX800 send>FireNEX800 receive>Digi OO2. Sweetness.

Will be doing more tests - results to come.
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