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Yes it is possible to control your DAW over a network connection. 
You will need to connect your X-Touch to a router or your computer directly using a Cat 5 ethernet cable. 

Power on the x touch whilst holding the select button of channel and select your operation mode (MC or HUI) via Network and then setup your IP settings. We would ideally say to leave the DHCP setting on. 
Once configured press confirm of channel 1 again to confirm these settings and you should see the X touch Connect. You may need to click the 8th Encoder to rescan. 

If you are using Windows you will need to now download rtpMIDI. There is no need to download this for Mac as you can configure the wireless MIDI settings through the "Audio MIDI Setup" Menu. 

Windows

Open the rtpMIDI application, then follow the steps below;

Under My Sessions, click the + and Create a new session, this can be named in the local name section on the right
Click + on Directory
Name the device you are adding, and insert the IP Address, ignoring 0s, and then 5004. YOU MUST SEPARATE THE IP AND PORT WITH :
For example: xxx.xxx.xxx:5004
Press Connect followed by the Enabled Tick box under session. You should then see your device and latency time in the Participants section.
Open your chosen DAW and you should now be able to configure your control surfaces.

Your X-touch is now connected. 

Mac

Go to the Audio Midi Setup, and under the window tab, select show Midi Studio.
Double click network
Click + on Directory
Name the device you are adding, and insert the IP Address, ignoring 0s, in the host section and then 5004 for the port.
Press Connect followed by the Enabled Tick box under session. You should then see your device and latency time in the Participants section.
Open your chosen and you should now be able to configure your control surfaces.

Please note that for some DAW's you may need to relaunch for the device to appear.