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  1. Sure it can be, I have separate NICs for cctv and mobile devices. Separate routers too, no cctv traffic flows over my network that laptops and phones use for Internet.

     

    The wifi spectrum is not yours, unless you live in the middle of nowhere with no neighbours. You might have the needed bandwidth today, but not tomorrow.

     

    8 cameras @ 6Mbps each is 48Mbps on a 300Mbps router serving no computers or anything else wireless. I do not understand how my bandwidth is going to fluctuate from day to day, can you elaborate?

    Keep arguing...you are here for advice...you are being told it wont work because folks who know are telling you...wifi is a terrible choice for cameras..you WILL lose signal and drop frames...dont care what wifi access points you use...but I guess you know better...so why ask?


  2. Hi there,

     

    I was browsing around trying to get information on installing poe ip cctv network for my new home. The heated discussion was positive to me. Even though I would call my self an enthusiast in IP networking, the risk didn't occur to me. I find viziers solution to be the best here:

     

    So after reading all of this if the user wants to have a safe network he needs to have 2 networks, 1 would be his internet connection and one would be his LAN network only for the NVR (which would not be connected to his internet network).

     

    Having the NVR connected to a 4G connection that only serves for inspecting my home when I'm not around (ex. traveling) would be the best solution. Although it would be much better using the already available NAS for extra storage but the NAS is connected to the home network, putting me again at risk.

     

    Thank you all

    That is the dumbest solution...You know that you can segment your network right? You dont need to cutoff your system from the internet...or you can use vpn...Please dont listen to some of the uneducated posts here....anyone can sign up and post, most have no clue..


  3. New to here and need some suggestions.

     

    We recently have a project and thinking about using some starlight cameras from easterncctv. Anybody used them before? The sample footage they show me looks promising, but wanna see you guys' ideas before we proceed. Thanks.

    Oh god...stop with the spam. Easterncctv must sell real crap if they keep paying folks like you to post this spam in the form of a question.


  4. Hi,

    I been using BNC type wire system around the house, but it's time to change to HD and i wanted to change them to wireless system.

    I understand that i still need to run power cable, but it will be easier to find the outlet near the camera and just plug it. At least i hope it will be easier.

    Therefore, i'm looking a good wireless system to replace my old analog system.

    There is so many out there and as for the spec it looks about the same, so i would like to know some recommendations or ideas about the wireless system.

     

    Thank you.

    There is no good wireless. Run ethernet. USE POE.


  5. is 568 standard neccesary?? as long as the ends match up is it ok?? i read that thats not the case that the greeens split up they go around the center blue pair? what does that accomplish ? i thought as long as the ends match im good ? i have a feeling this is where i messed uo lol

    YES!!!!!! you cannot just match up ends!!! They are twisted SPECIFICALLY to prevent interference. That is why its not working. You need to stop "installing" systems until you learn to do it properly. Im sure there are many other mistakes you are making. I sure hope this system is not critical.


  6. I didn't edit anything. You're a bit confused.

    Maybe added more information.

     

    Isn't Hikvision a Chinese company? A china copy of a Chinese product?

    You decide it is a copy only by the recommendation not to upgrade?

    Why how much an original costs more?

     

    I feel like I'm fighting here...

    If you don't feel like helping me what is the point of this conversation?

     

    I'm afraid to say, but the attitude here is not good.

    You dont like the attitude of folks giving you FREE advice? Awwww. Poor baby.....its obvious from your original and subsequent posts that you refuse to do any of your own research or work....hire a professional to install a system for you...it is obvious that you are incompetent.


  7. Thanks man! I thought so too.

    Maybe answers such as yours is why I don't bother.

     

    How much research one can do? I read enough. You learn from doing!

    These are not hundreds of dollars cameras.... I can afford to make "mistakes".

    This is the research... buying them I mean. Education by wallet.

    Do you suppose I'll read an entire manual if I don't have it?

     

    Expensive cameras, low cost, c-mount, analog, poe, 360, ptz - a lot of things to get myself familiar with.

    I just try not to pay too much on them, not too sure I succeeded, as I discover it to be a very competitive market.

     

    What will not be necessary later will be auctioned off.

    So no or minimal loss, hopefully.

    No, you did ZERO research if thats what you ended up with. Come on, this is a joke thread.


  8. Thanks almelst.

     

    Related question: Aren't "Trail Cameras" superior to your average analog or digital system? Why or why not?

    They have completely different uses. This is basic info..read the product descriptions...one cannot replace the other.

     

    It was a rhetorical-sort of question for the sake of conversation.

     

    My point being that you can pay hundreds for CCTV cams, and hundreds for DVRs, and they need a steady feed of power. But TrailCams -assuming a properly made one- can cost around $200 and up, are wonderfully efficient (up to a year on 12 AA Lith.), can record video and sound at a quality that can be better than a full hardwired CCTV system, and only run when triggered.

     

    It just bugs me is all, why someone can't sell a system that works like a TrailCam. TrailCams would be ideal for building/vehicle/field surveillance were it not for their all-contained physical shape.. you know, have a CCTV system that is essentially a TrailCam except the parts (cams, mics, PIR, power, IR, etc.) could be separate and connected via ports in the main DVR unit.

    Why do you say trailcams can record at better quality than ip cameras? No camera on batteries can last a year in a location where there is traffic. You can trigger most cameras that have an alarm in with a pir sensor. Relying on PIR to record can be problematic, no pretrigger frames, not recording of events out of PIR range. You are simply looking for a way to use PIR with cameras. There are many of methods to do this.


  9. good morning guys I have a Problem i Don't know how to configure DVR to router and how to use remotely through cellphone so that I can view my house if i go somewhere please help me

    That's quite a problem you have there...hire someone to set it up for you. If you want others to help you, you really need to provide much more detail. Based on your question, I doubt you can achieve this on your own.

     

     

     

    thanks i got some solution to do this thanks for your ideas

    based on your other posts, doesnt seem like you did...


  10. good morning guys I have a Problem i Don't know how to configure DVR to router and how to use remotely through cellphone so that I can view my house if i go somewhere please help me

    That's quite a problem you have there...hire someone to set it up for you. If you want others to help you, you really need to provide much more detail. Based on your question, I doubt you can achieve this on your own.


  11. Friend,

     

    those brand you post, are China brand products...

     

    In my opinion, there is no different from China brand models or abroad models.

    Now the most importance is, which one is the best for you.

     

    1. your wifi signal is very well outside, that means, wifi camera could work very well there.

    2. motion detected, I think now most of the wifi camera would have this function, it would be easy to match your require.

    3. outdoor use, you need weather proof. hot,rain,snow and other which would affect the eyesight, you need to consider the resolution and definition.

     

    Any further help you need, could directly contact me:

    sales2@anjiacctv.com

     

    Hope it would help you, thanks

     

    Wish you a nice day

     

    Minson

     

    from Shenzhen Anjia CCTV

    anjiacctv.com sells JUNK. How do I know? They spam forums to sell their product.


  12. Just because it works some of the time doesnt mean you wont have issues. Also, have you tested to see how the drive will react when power is disconnected? Are the video files corrupted? Did you try playing the files on a pc or second NVR.

    Also, if you are paranoid about power being cutoff, the what are you going to do if the simply wear a mask...

     

     

    From the number of your posts to this forum, I see you don't do much else than being a D******d. " title="Applause" />

    So get out and get some fresh air, mate!

    Get a life!

    Idiots, I can find everywhere!

    Wow, an amateur that doenst like being called out on it. Why are you getting so upset? I asked valid questions...you go ahead and insult me directly. What a fool. Its generally novices like you who go crazy when presented with logical questions. You have no response...You are full of rage. You are an angry child. PLEASE seek professional therapy.


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    but did you perform read/write test on "extended"drive?

     

    The way I understand

    eSATA is limited to 2 meters

     

     

    I am NOT telling you!

    of course it reads and writes and formats and partitions. That's why I posted this, because everybody says what you just said. Yes it works to my surprise too!

    Just because it works some of the time doesnt mean you wont have issues. Also, have you tested to see how the drive will react when power is disconnected? Are the video files corrupted? Did you try playing the files on a pc or second NVR.

    Also, if you are paranoid about power being cutoff, the what are you going to do if the simply wear a mask...


  14. I have clients who have one or two network cameras for them is not profitable to buy NVR + HDD and want to provide a service similar to that site https://www.angelcam.com/ a kind of web nvr. With a symbolic fee per month number camera to be able to monitor their cameras and live recordings from the cameras.

    Does anyone know how to do (with what software) this flexible system for selecting the term (desired number of days recording camera reading system traffic, etc.)

    Stop trying to make a screw the customer...there should always be local storage....

    if they want paid cloud storage they dont need you...nestcam and other services are available.

    If you need to ask how to implement it on a forum, then you cannot do it successfully.


  15. OK, Thanks.

    I looked in thew forum posts and didn't find one - can you point me to the post you are suggesting?

    * also, can you tell me who are the "reliable companies", i know only Foscam.

     

    Thanks

    foscam is not a reliable company...you have not searched the forum...

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