Bosch Video Streaming Gateway (VSG) is a separate “Sub-Service” of VRM that can run independently, or in conjuction with VRM. VSG acts as an iSCSI NVR for non iSCSI capable devices.
VSG is specifically designed to provide integration for 3rd party ONVIF, JPEG, RTSP, and legacy H.263 Bosch devices.
The base functional capabilities of VSG are as follows:
One VSG Server Platform can support 7 VSG Worker Instances
Each Worker Instance can support 32 Cameras
The total supported cameras for one VSG server is 224 Cameras
This article describes you how to determine the Video Streaming Gateway (VSG) throughput and performance.
To ensure the highest customer satisfaction and replace the defective hardware faster and more smoothly, it is necessary to register each system for the specific country together with the system location.
But where and why should you register your device?
Bosch ST has sold the HP Workstations and the HP Enterprise Servers and is responsible to provide the required Service & Support for these products regardless of the SLA in place with HP. Therefore, the customer always will contact the Bosch After Sales organization in case of any problems encountered with one of these products. The customer must never been told to contact HP or HPE directly if he seeks support from Bosch. In this solution article a questionnaire for a first basic analysis of a reported issue is described. This checklist is intended to help to identify and resolve known issues immediately and to collect relevant data in case of an unknown issue.