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    2 USB Expansions input/out numbering

    I have 2 usb expanion cards...

    1 for the Overhead and the other for the MIP..

    I have already hookedup all he wires and tested all the inputs and outputs on both the usb cards..

    Now I see that 1 usb expansion can accept 4 M/C so the last input number would be 287 .

    now when my 2nd usb card is hooked up to the same PC, what would be the 1st starting # ... Would it be 288 or would I start it with 00 again...

    ame goes for the output also.. The last output would be 247 which is the DB9 connector ..
    Now, what would be the 2nd USB card starting output.. would it be 11 or 248 ..

    I'm doing my SIOC script, so my overhead is all setup with the inputs and outputs and they start from input #00 to #143 for the O/H and output #11 to #112 again for the O/H... (USB Card #1).

    My MIP connections, the inputs start from input#00 to #90 and outputs from #11 to #48 .. (USB Card #2)

    As you can see I would have a conflict with the above when doing the scripts so how would I number the inputs and outputs for the 2nd card (USB Card #2) along with the 1st USB Card (USB Card #1) on the same script...

    thanks.

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    Re: 2 USB Expansions input/out numbering

    You use the DEVICE attribute to differentiate the USB cards. See this link

    http://www.lekseecon.nl/howto.html#device

    David

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    Re: 2 USB Expansions input/out numbering

    Quote Originally Posted by fordgt40 View Post
    You use the DEVICE attribute to differentiate the USB cards. See this link

    http://www.lekseecon.nl/howto.html#device

    David
    thanks david, thats exactly what I was looking for ... I will try that out and post my results.. I just removed all my wiring from the mip and I'm sorting them out and putting them back on nice and neatly so that backlighting would be easy to do than whole bunch of wire hanging behind the mip ..

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    Re: 2 USB Expansions input/out numbering

    Glad to help

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