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@reolink-lorenz Hi, thanks for the reply. There is two separate wifi networks between the house and the garage but yes they are both reachable for the relink nvr. I actually just bought a separate 48v POE injector and connected the camera in the garage to that and to the garage router. I was able to then get the camera seen by the reolink console, didn't even need to search for it, it showed automatically, which is great. That means I can continue adding more cameras to the garage now, perhaps I'll get a POE switch rather than use individual injectors.Thanks againGary
Hi...newbie postHoping someone can help with a bit of guidance.Current setup:RLN8-410 NVR4x RLC 810A cameraI currently have two of the four cameras installed on my house, connected to the NVR and working fine.I have a separate garage building that I want to add one or two more cameras to. I have wi-fi enabled in the garage using two Ubiquiti Nano M5's - one at the house to boost the signal to the one at the garage which then feeds into a router configured as an access point. This diagram hopefully shows the layout a bit better - green is what is currently configured and working, red is just indicating the two cameras I'm looking to add to the garage. I don't currently have any cable ducts going from the house to the garage, I would need to dig up about 40m of hardcore to get access to an existing cable run into the house if I want to have the garage camera cables going back to the NVR. I suppose I could get the wi-fi version of my camera and connect that to the NVR - I [censored]ume that is possible although it means spending more money...I have also noticed that the Ubiquiti Nano devices have a secondary ethernet port and apparently that can be used for PoE connection of a camera, however I'm wondering how the NVR would find the new camera.So I guess I'm looking for any ideas or suggestions on how to get the garage cameras connected to the existing nvr setup without having to spend too much more than what I already have.Thanks in advance.Gary
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