Applies to: RedNet (whole range)
RedNet Control can do block routing based on the amount of Input/Output channels of a given device. This is great for quick routing, which is fine in most situations. But sometimes you may wish to customise the routing, or route to other RedNets (rather than just the host).
The standard way to route in Dante Controller is to click to make a node between the Transmitter and Receiver device, like this:
This however requires one click per routing node, and can be a little time consuming. There is a faster way though, through the Device View menu.
Go to the Device View menu from Device > Device View. Then go to the Receive tab, you will notice all the transmitter channels available on the right side of the screen, under Available Channels. Each device can be expanded, and you can select groups of channels to be routed to the given receiver, which is selected in the drop-down menu at the top of the page. Here is what it will look like:
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