How to configure vSpace to scan terminals in other subnets

How to configure vSpace to scan terminals in other subnets

Our vSpace Console is equipped with a feature that allows it to be programed to include other subnets in the network than the local one. 
You can configure it by calling the vSpace Console, then Manage Devices > Networks > + > [add IP range to be discovered].

This feature does not overcome the need to configure properly your security for the allowance of our protocol across subnets. For reference on security configuration, please check this article: 

If you are doing a WAN deployment please be aware of this article: 

REV. 09/2019

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