Aug 05, 2014 12:25 pm
So, I am looking at an IP CCTV set up. likley an 8 channel set up.
Im considdering buying something online and installing myself or paying somone to install (if its too dificult, or the price is right and saves me the hassle). Im looking for advice on the system, quality of video ratio to frame rate and size of HDD for the NVR. I intend on having motion activation only rather than recording several days at a time
I would like to understand the best way of installing the recorder/switches and cabling.
I assumed the set up to be the following way:
NVR, switch and small screen all set up in the hallway closet. run ethernet to several points in the house through the roof.
Im not comupter illiterate, but have zero experience with mapping IP cameras in the NVR software and forwarding ports etc.
Are there any guides that people can recomend or found useful for this purpose?
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