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    ‎01-24-2022 02:25 PM
    The IP camera address is always the key if you would like to monitor or remote viewing it. Like any network device, the camera is assigned an IP address when it is connected to the router with Internet access and powered on. Here we will introduce 3 ways to find the network camera IP address quickly and easily.
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    ‎08-12-2022 01:56 PM
    The modern and easy to use Bosch Video Security Client, version 3.1 comes along with new features. Check this article!
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    ‎10-26-2021 09:51 AM
    The Release Letter for CPP 7.72.1118 provides information about the dependencies between firmware versions for a better understanding of the upgrade process of devices with older firmware.
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    ‎01-07-2022 01:00 PM
    This article contains the lists of cameras that support Camera Trainer, what Camera Trainer is, how it works, what to use it for and what not, and how to configure it. 
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    ‎05-20-2021 10:09 AM
    Question   What is the difference between RAID 5, RAID 5 plus a Hot Spare and RAID 6?   Answer   The RAID combines two or more physical drives into a logical unit presented as a single hard drive to the operating system. There are currently six basic RAID levels: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1, RAID 1+0, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5 and RAID 6. The scope of this article is to provide basic information for the levels RAID 5 and RAID 6 and to compare them from point of view of performance and security.   Hot spare   is a drive that acts as a stand by drive in RAID 1, RAID 5 or RAID 6 volume. It is fully functional drive that contains no data and is not used during normal operation. If a drive from the volume fails, the controller reconstructs the data from the failed drive to the hot spare drive. A   RAID 5   array is designed to protect against the failure of a single disk within the array. Because of the way that RAID 5 works, the total capacity of one disk is lost to overhead. If, for example, a RAID 5 array contained five 10TB disks, then the array’s usable capacity would be 40TB. A   RAID 5 (with Hot Spare disk)   array can be configured to treat one of the disks as a hot spare. Then one of the disks is reserved as a replacement in the event that a disk fails. For the above example with five 10TB disks, this would decrease the example array’s usable capacity to 30TB. A   RAID 6   array is designed to protect against two simultaneous disk failures. However, the price for this extra protection is that two disks' worth of capacity is lost to overhead. As such, a RAID 6 array made up of five 10TB disks would have a usable capacity of 30TB because 20 TB is lost to overhead. The   performance   during Normal Operation is measured in IOPS (Input/output operations per second) and as a sum for all the disks (excluding the Hot Spares and decreased for writing parity data) in the array.  As a rule of the thumb, the higher the overhead associated with writing parity data (in the above example RAID 5 with Hot Spare causes the same overhead like RAID 6) the lower the IOPS. The reason for implementing RAID arrays is to   secure the data. The level of   protection   does not directly correlate with the overhead. From the above example both RAID 5 with Hot Spare and RAID 6 have same capacity, but offer different level of protection. In case of failure of RAID 5 array with Hot Spare, the Hot Spare is activated and the rebuild process start immediately. The system can recover from a single disk failure and during the recovery, process is vulnerable to second disk failure. Therefore, RAID 5 and RAID 5 with Hot Spare disk offer the same level of protection – single disk failure.   In contrast, if a disk fails at RAID 6 array, the recovery will start only after the faulty disk is replaced manually.  However, if during the recovery process second disk fails, the RAID 6 array will stay functional.
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    ‎08-02-2022 03:37 PM
    For VRM (Video Recording Manager) stand-alone Systems and Servers with VSG (Video Streaming Gateway) installed, it is strongly recommended to check for Microsoft OS updates before the VRM Master Installer is installed/updated.
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    ‎08-02-2022 03:29 PM
    The solution is via a workaround using an ATSL script in the encoder to re-set the COM port baud-rate upon a reboot/restart of the encoder (which should in normal practice not happen to often).
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    ‎08-08-2022 10:26 AM
    In this article you can find an overview of the tested and supported ONVIF cameras for BVMS.
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    ‎07-28-2021 09:08 AM
    This article describes how to factory default a DIVAR IP 5000 Unit.
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    ‎04-29-2021 11:09 AM
    This Video should help you to understand, what calibration means, why and when to calibrate the cameras.
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    ‎10-26-2021 09:37 AM
    Find out from this article how to pass a special connection string to request a multicast stream via RTSP from a BOSCH IP camera or IP encoder.
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    ‎05-20-2021 10:47 AM
    Question   Where can you find the ISO image for recovery of DIVAR IP 7000R2 and DIVAR IP 6000R2?   Answer   Related Products: DIVAR IP 7000R2 and DIVAR IP 6000R2   CTN Description   DIP-6180-00N  DIVAR IP 6000 2U W/O HDD  DIP-6183-4HD  DIVAR IP 6000 2U 4X3TB  DIP-6183-8HD  DIVAR IP 6000 2U 8X3TB  DIP-6184-4HD  DIVAR IP 6000 2U 4X4TB  DIP-6184-8HD  DIVAR IP 6000 2U 8X4TB  DIP-61F0-00N  DIVAR IP 6000 3U W/O HDD  DIP-61F3-16HD  DIVAR IP 6000 3U 16X3TB  DIP-61F4-16HD  DIVAR IP 6000 3U 16X4TB  DIP-7180-00N  DIVAR IP 7000 2U W/O HDD (R2)  DIP-7183-4HD  DIVAR IP 7000 2U 4X3TB (R2)  DIP-7183-8HD  DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X3TB (R2)  DIP-7184-4HD  DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X3TB (R2)  DIP-7184-8HD  DIVAR IP 7000 2U 8X4TB (R2)  DIP-71F0-00N  DIVAR IP 7000 3U W/O HDD (R2)  DIP-71F3-16HD  DIVAR IP 7000 3U 16X3TB (R2)  DIP-6704-HD 4000GB HDD DIVAR IP 6000/7000    For recovery of DIVAR IP 6000 R2 or DIVAR IP 7000 R2 one should use only the DVD provided with the particular device. Do not use the DVD for recovery if you are not sure that it is the one delivered with the system. In case the DVD is lost or damaged request the respective ISO image from Bosch Technical Support.  Solution:  Request the ISO image from Bosch Technical Support:   Provide the Serial Number of the device Issue description: What is the reason for the recovery Why it is not possible to use the recovery DVD   Note: This article will guide you through the recovery steps of a DIP:  TSG: Rebuild broken OS RAiD on DIVAR IP 6000, DIVAR IP 6000 R2, DIVAR IP 7000, DIVAR IP 7000 R2
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    ‎06-03-2022 10:10 AM
    This articles describes how a BVMS system meets the requirements specified by IEC62676-1.
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    ‎08-08-2022 09:51 AM
    This article summarizes the BVMS design details, and serves as a guide to planning a BVMS system with Bosch cameras and storage. It focuses on BVMS combined with the VRM.
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    ‎09-27-2022 08:48 AM
    Find out from this article how many cameras can be opened before the workstation is overloaded.
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    ‎08-23-2021 09:07 AM
    This article informs about improvements in firmware handling and new security mechanisms that help our customers to increase security related to firmware updates and IP camera protection.
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    2 weeks ago
    This articles gives a short introduction to scripting alarm and counter tasks with Intelligent and Essential Video Analytics in FW 7.60. It also provides a broad selection of example scripts for explanation as well as including real world application examples.
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    ‎07-28-2021 02:05 PM
    Relates to:   IP Storage/PC HW - DIVAR IP 6000 R2 and DIVAR IP 7000 R2 Both DIVAR IP units running the BIOS from American Megatrends Inc. (A.M.I) There are   PRE   BOOT   or   POST   BOOT   beeps. Please see the following Acoustic Error Codes.
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    ‎08-03-2022 05:05 PM
    This article aims to provide concerned parties, such as customers, users, operators or consultants, with an overview of data privacy and protection related features of BVMS Person Identification .  Moreover, this article describes how data, as processed during the Person Identification steps, can be classified. Finally, this article lists technical measures for data protection in the context of BVMS Person Identification.
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    ‎06-09-2022 11:50 AM
    The following procedure will allow you to create a self signed certificate to allow a trusted connection between a web browser and MVS.
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