Network recorders

by Mark Rowe

The NVRPRO Network Video Recorders from Genie CCTV come with Dual Network Cards which enable connection to different network segments. This maximises network efficiency and improves CCTV security the makers say.

The Dual IP Application allows users to communicate between remote WAN access and the IP video system without compromise to the separated recording networks bandwidth. It also reduces susceptibility of unauthorised access to the recorder and the IP cameras. Besides the security and data protection, Genie says its product makes the management of video much easier and more flexible. A range of WAN IP addresses can be stored into the product management set up programme which only allows authorised security managers and users to access the system.

Within the LAN IP Management System only administered LAN IP addresses can access video, meaning that non-registered LAN computer users cannot interfere with the system. Having a video network dedicated to one of the LAN ports on the recorder alleviates network bandwidth requirements, the manufacturers add, as only the IP cameras reside on this private ‘video network connection’. This means authorised WAN/ Intranet/Internet users do not ‘load traffic’ within the video surveillance network.


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