This thread has prompted me to think about how I need to be setting up my network for this year. Last year I had a separate show network , which was not connected to the internet and not connected to my home network , because I did not want anything from the home network/home people/ affecting the show ! I ran the show using LSP off a standalone laptop I have tried to document the setup in the attached pdf - Existing Network This year , I have a Raspberry Pi with the Falcon player as a Master to run the show. I also have a BBB driving P10 panels with the Falcon Player as a slave. The BBB/Panels are at one end of the house and therefore I plan to use a Wifi enabled BBB to link to the Raspberry PI master . Both of them need to be connected to the internet so as to obtain the proper time 9as there is no onboard clock) and be able to see each other so that the master can send synch packets to the slave to run the same sequence on both at the same time. Reading through various posts , I believe that I will need to replace the show router (which has no Wifi), with a new Wifi enabled show router , connect it to my home router (LAN port to LAN port) and at the same time change the IP addresses of everything to do with the show setup (ie all controllers, PI, BBB) to be a different subnet to the home network. (See attached network Setup New) Is this correct and the simplest/best implementation ?