Bosch's Remote System Management service allows you to leverage the power of the Internet of Things (IoT) to provide secure, transparent, and cost-effective asset management throughout the lifecycle of a video system. This service enables end users, system integrators and installers to perform inventory and update management, as well as health monitoring tasks for an entire Bosch video system (DIVAR IP + BVMS + cameras) from one centralized Remote Portal platform.
The BVMS Project Checklist is an Excel-based tool which makes it easier to design a BVMS system.
This article describes how to use the project checklist.
Pick the attachment you need, depending on the version of BVMS you have
If the CPP6, 7 and 7.3 cameras no longer have a live image or there is a delay in the image, and the Internet connection has been tested and is within normal parameters, it would be good to check if the cameras have the latest current firmware version 7.86.0020. This firmware version solves a 100% CPU load issue for CPP6, 7, 7.3 from firmware 7.82 to 7.86.19
In the past (prior to Windows Server 2012 R2), in order to perform NIC Teaming, we would have needed two adapters which were from the same vendor, and a third-party software that would make the teaming possible and present the OS with just one “virtual” network card.Now from Windows Server 2012 R2 and up, this is built-in and its hardware agnostic.
This means you can use whatever network cards you want and the teaming will work like a charm.