RMD withdrawel and the 60 day rollover rule

I recently arranged for a RMD (Required Minimum Distribution) from one of my traditional ira accounts. Will the fact I took a distribution to fulfill my RMD interfere with my ability to perform an indirect rollover of another IRA which is maturing in January 2019. In other words would I run afoul with the rule of 1 indirect rollover per 12 month period?
I have not done any indirect rollovers in the past 12 months.
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On 12/28/18 6:34 PM, Walt wrote:

No. The RMD and rollover are separate matters. But, why can't the rollover be direct?
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