In our monitoring and control systems we typically use the PAC Project Pro Redundant Network option to connect multiple SNAP-PAC-R1 I/O racks and at least one SNAP-PAC-S2 controller. Normally we link most /all of our PAC Display Pro tags to this -S2 controller. (Our PAC-Display HMI computers also use redundant ethernet.)
We would now like to also make some of our local data available over the internet and to mobile devices using Groov View. Has anyone tried connecting a single Groov-AR1-Base Edge appliance to a redundant Opto22 LAN and have it act as a WAN web server? What is the best way to do this?
What would happen if we used two Groov-AR1-Base Edge appliances (one for each redundant network)?