Newbie question - Just getting started with NDI, although can't get very far working from home(!), so mostly theoretical up to now. I'm aware of tools such as Sienna Cloud for NDI for NDI over a public network, and appreciate how useful this is. However, in a basic setup, where you may have the odd remote source on a different subnet or an external connection, what's to stop you just using NDI Access Manager to manually add the IP address of the remote device?
For example if have a remote rooftop camera for a skyline view on top of another building, so want to bring in an NDI HX feed from a different subnet. This would have a fixed IP, and can ask IT to unblock any required ports.
If I had a similar single source from an external IP address (NDI or NDI HX), again assuming I'm not concerned about DHCP IP Addresses possibly changing, can this be manually added via Access Manager as well?