Hoping someone can shed some light on a strange little situation I've seen. I have two networks connected together through a network bridge. The connect application is checked on both sides of the bridge so commands may be sent between the two networks. The local network has a PC interface (CNI actually) on it which is connected to a Crestron controller. The Crestron controller can see commands being sent from the remote network ok (I've added the extra byte to allow for the bridge routing) and everything seems to work well.\r\nI've also noticed that when a bridge passes a command, the indicators flash twice. Likewise, the PC interface indicator will flash ( I have it in smart mode) to say it has passed the information on too\r\nThis works ok until.....\r\n\r\nIf either side of the bridge loses comms (ie you briefly unplug the bridge) and then re-establish comms (plug it back in), the first signal sent thereafter, does not seem to be passed by the bridge. The indicators only flash once and the PC interface doesn't signal at all!!! It seems to kick back in after that ok. \r\n\r\nIs this correct operation or a bug?