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Are there any plans to open up port 22 access for ssh/sftp/scp?I see that there is an option to set up an ftp client on the NVR to copy to an ftp server but I would rather there be a more secure method, like ssh, to get access to the NVR so that I can secure copy files (scp or rsync) from the NVR to a different storage device (NAS, Linux file server, etc.).If there is a way to make a feature request, this is something I would like to request.
... for me the subject is through. In the meantime I have disposed of all Reolink systems and replaced them with better and, above all, cheaper systems, which also do not depend on a client and work natively under all operating systems ...Some manufacturers understand their business, some just don't ...
I think it only appropriate, since Reolink refuses to support Linux, that you advertise and let us know what solution you implemented.
I need some confirmation and clarification on setting up the ftp client on the NVR.1. When this is configured to upload to an ftp server, does this upload the original while not keeping anything on the NVR? Or, is this uploading a copy of the videos to an ftp server while leaving the original on the NVR?2. Also, does it upload the full video or just the motion detected recordings?Thanks.
That's unfortunate. Hopefully, you will open port 22 for ssh in the near future as that is a more secure access.
Thanks for the reply.So, again, if I disable recording within the Client (see attachment), the NVR will still record motion, thereby, saving space?Screenshot-2021-02-04-073022.png
Hello, all.I just set up the NVR with 7 PoE cameras (8th will be installed later) and was curious if anyone has any best practice settings for recording and saving storage space. My system has been up barely 2 weeks and already the 3TB drive is full. Currently, I have it set with recording enabled and to overwrite. I have Detection settings with a sensitivity setting of around 20.First, if I were to disable recording, would it still record motion detection? Would this save storage space with only detection recordings? If so, what are the best settings for sensitivity to ensure I get good records of all motion, excluding wind in tree and insect movement?Also, are there ways to either replace or add additional storage to have more than 3TB of space for recordings to ensure more than 2 weeks of recordings?Is there any documentation anywhere, blog post or whatever, of the best settings for the NVR and PoE cameras?I also have a Synology NAS on my network with about 4TB of free space. It would be nice if there was a way to backup just detection videos to my NAS. Is anyone aware of a way to do this over the network? I saw FTP settings in the Reolink client but, truthfully, I would rather there be an ssh/rsync option to run a script to create backups to the NAS.Thanks in advance for any a*sistance.
I would also like to vote for a Linux supported client. I think companies like this need to be aware of the rise in the use of the Linux desktop and should be including the Linux operating system automatically alongside other operating systems.Until Reolink comes out with a Linux client, I would be interested to know if anyone has been able to get the Windows client working under Wine.
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