Using Flex-6000s on a different subnet

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I have been reading through the documentation for the 6000s trying to figure out if it's possible to run SSDR on a PC that sits on a different subnet (and broadcast domain) than the radios themselves.  I work at a hospital that has excellent LAN connectivity between the operations center and the RF shack up top, but they are on different VLANs and need routing in between.

Do the Flex-6000s support this kind of configuration?  All of the LAN FAQs basically say "it's just automagic".  We would have no problem reserving addresses for the radios via DHCP and then manually specifying them in SSDR if that's an option.

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Today, the client program (SmartSDR-Windows) and the radio must be on the same subnet / broadcast domain.