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Hi I was wondering where I could find info on the size of screwdrivers to use for installation for the RLC-410 poe cameras and the RLC-410 WS camera? The workplace I'm at has some cameras already set up but would like to move them. None of the tools I have fit so I need to go by some and I want to make sure they're the right size.
Ah ok thank you for all the helpful replies! So far the network doesn't seem slower for anyone. The only thing that runs slower is the server itself, which isn't a big deal. Also @d**k-bednar sorry for the late reply, the video files are all small, only a few minutes long. I have the FTP settings to have a maximum length of 100MB. I have camera recording off. The different cameras send the video files to different folders so I know which camera is which. To know which file is which in the folder I just use the windows folder settings. Like I click the organize by date modified at the top of the window.
They're all sending video files through ftp just fine, including the 410's. We use a Windows 2012 Server that all the cameras send the files too. I was just more wondering if ftp would cause the internet to be slower or be a burden on the network.
Could someone explain the difference to me between ftp and just having the cameras record? I finally got ftp working, so I have the option of using scheduled ftp or scheduled recordings. Would one put more strain on a network/ require better internet speed? There are 7 cameras set up, 1 is model RLC 420, and 6 are model RLC 410, all poe. They would be recording/using ftp 5 days of the week, 7am-4pm, then recording/using ftp the rest of the time if there is movement.
I've downloaded it and left all the installation settings default. When I put in the server info for the Windows 2012 server that I'm on I get error connection to server lost. I put in the server's IP address and the log in pa*sword I use for it under the host and pa*sword settings.
Thank you for the reply! So you downloaded filezilla server on your windows vista machine?
I was wondering if I could get some additional a*sistance with setting up FTP. I read the guide but I'm still can't quite figure out how to get it to work. I have a windows 2012 server that I want to save the recordings to and 8 RLC 410 cameras. For the ftp tab under network advanced do I put the IP address of the Windows 2012 server I want to save the recordings on? How do I know which port number to put in?
No it's this model I believe https://www.amazon.com/WS-POE-12-48v120w-12-port-Poe-injector/dp/B0098SMH4WI'm not even sure if the port itself if faulty or if there is some setting somewhere that's off.
Update it was the POE port. I moved the camera to a different port and it works great now! I will be needing to use the port in the future or one of the additional 4 ports we have that look like they are closed or turned off. I'm not 100% sure I know how to open it or one of the other 4 ports that are currently not being used so that any new cameras we get will work with them
Oh now that I actually take a look at performance the ethernet throughput is 0KB/s per second while the rest of the cameras get around 600-700, maybe it is our wiring.
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