I have a Windows PC with 2 NICs; one NIC connects this machine to the local LAN while the other NIC connects this machine directly to an X-ray machine (which I'll call the RayLAN).
So my question is this: Is it possible that an IP address on the local LAN would conflict with the statically assigned IPs on the RayLan? I'll rephrase with more specificity: If the RayLAN NIC was assigned 192.168.1.200 and some other PC on the local LAN happened to have that same IP, would that be a problem? My gut says no as these are two separate networks that are not bridged.
Edit - 1/8/21 - Looks like the two NICs are peacefully co-existing. Apparently, one of them was dying so replacing it resolved the issue. Are both NICs in this PC using the same IP address? I can't say at this point (especially since COVID) as I'm not setting foot into a dental office filled with open mouths! I'm retiring in a couple of months anyway so "eff it". :D