Though you will be able to configure More than 1 HAVA in the same Network (On the Same Router) however you will be able to access only One in Local Viewing Mode.But, In remote viewing Mode, you will be able to access all (simultaneously from different machines though).
It goes this way. If you configure HAVA in your Network. The IP Addess that your Router will assign to it would be say 192.168.1.1. Now If you want to Add another HAVA to your network, you have to first Turn Off Ist HAVA (For Setup It is Required), The IP Address that your Router Will Assign to the Second HAVA would be Say 192.168.1.2. Now Once both the HAVA Units are configured and On. The Router will keep these Two HAVA Units in order based on their IP Addresses.
Ex. HAVA 1 will list as 1st Connected Device with the IP Address 192.168.1.1 And HAVA 2 will be on Number 2 in the List with 192.168.1.2. Once you try to access the HAVA from any computer within the network, It will only allow access to 1st HAVA device. However if you want to connect to second HAVA at the same Time you have to go through the remote viewing Mode. (over the Internet).
Moreover both HAVA devices can be accessed in remote viewing mode through the same Router on two different Clients (PC’s) at the same time.
Kindly Note you can access one HAVA
from one PC
(Locally or remotely), you cannot access more than 1 HAVA from one PC.