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  1. Hi folks - I'm new here as we've just started looking at Domotz. Very first feature request - I would love to be able to configure an Agent to connect to two networks for a number of reasons: We do big live events where we nearly always have two physical networks for resilience. One might be a fibre private network and the other could be a DSL or FTTC or even a 4G mobile data connection. Would be great to be able to monitor both from a single Agent - still happy to pay two licences of course. If a network goes down, you want to know that, but you also want to be able to figure out why? We would want to be able to access an Agent via a second network path and still get info about the LAN side of the failed WAN network, to help diagnose what's gone wrong. How many of us have made a remote router config change and locked ourselves out??? I know I have!! Being able to remote into the router via a second network to fix this would be awesome! So not just multiple VLANs but multiple physical NICs as well. It's easy enough to add additional NICs using a USB to Ethernet adapter - we've done this on Raspberry Pi's before. I'm assuming this would be a PRO feature. What do folk think? Regards Dave
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