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Offline Edward

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CCTV
« on: October 01, 2014, 07:11:27 AM »
Hi ,

I'm looking for configuration or steps and tips to configure switches for CCTV. I'm using 2 8600 as core connected with IST, the distribution  16 (8300). and the edge switch 470,5520,4500 all avaya ..

I looked in the forum and found poor information for me as a start, please if any one can share his experince with me I'll be thankful...



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Offline Dominik

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Re: CCTV
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2014, 09:04:39 AM »
Would be great if you could provide more details about what you would like to do.
What do you mean exactly with CCTV ?
I suggest you want to add cameras to your network.
Do you need multicst routing ?

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Offline Edward

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Re: CCTV
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2014, 04:32:07 PM »
sorry for late reply... yes we want to add camera to the network ...
and I think "not really sure" we will use multicast routing as u mention before ... we need to install around 5000 camera and the issue is our i'm not sure if our infrastructure can handle that much of camera"infrastructure= fiber BW between the core and distribution is 1G"


I'm not aware about the setting ...is there some setting should be done in network for the camera to make it work... what do I have to read ...I want any guide or references to update my self ...

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Re: CCTV
« Reply #3 on: October 08, 2014, 10:07:23 AM »
Sounds like an interesting project. Here it really depends on the details.
How much bandwith does one of your cameras need and depending on source and destination
you should do a calculation of the available bandwith in your current network.
Besides the uplink capacity planing you also have to consider if you have a unicast
or multicast deployment. QoS is also recommanded across your network for the video streams.
A tradtitional PIM multicast configuration can be very complex.
All in all a complex task with a lot of challanges.

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