I received a call today with a question that made me start rethinking things after we hung up. I can only provide the same information I was given so the details may not be enough to get an answer from you all, but I wanted to at least try to get some different input.
A gun range is set up with 3 towers, each tower has a modem at the base. These modems feed to a series of daisy chained modems set in a box by each target. Each target has 2 modems in their respective box. One receives the incoming feed and the other pushes out to the next target.
The issue they are having is that when a single target is supposed to go down, it’s taking two other targets down at the same time.
Without being there and being able to network into anything it’s obviously hard to make a call. My general idea was possible was misconfigured modems/ IP conflicts more than wiring issues.
Again this is all the info I have, and I’m only a year into the IT workforce so be easy. Lol