I LOVE this list. :)
JUST this morning (no lie) a client called me and asked "Can you quote
us for a multi-PoE-IP-camera-DVR solution that runs on Linux"
I said... "Hmmmm, I will have to see what is available."
And then this thread (albeit pretty off-topic) appears in the m0n0wall
Zone Minder looks like exactly what I need! Thanks!
Fredrik Östergren - IT-Kontakt AB wrote:
> I don't know if this is what you are looking for but there is a livecd,
> virtual image for vmware and screenshots so go and check it out.
> I haven't used it in a production environment but my basic tests gave very
> good results.
> This one is managed via http which is a great benefit.
> Good luck!
> Best Regards
> / Fredrik
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lee Sharp [mailto:leesharp at hal dash pc dot org]
> Sent: den 30 mars 2007 05:11
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] Off Topic : FOSS security DVR system needed
> Once again I am shamelessly imposing on the awesome depth and breadth of
> knowledge on this list, and it is only tenuously related to m0n0wall.
> Right now, we sell a service that can include a multi camera security
> DVR system. The user can connect to this camera from there home (or
> vacation) Internet connection and see what is happening at the office.
> Having m0n0wall helps, as the traffic shaper makes a big difference
> here. :) (There is the connection) Right now we are using Geovision,
> and LuxRiot, and Windows is killing me! Stability is a nightmare, and
> telling people to constantly reboot the security system is not an option
> I want to consider. I would love to find a good stable Linux (or any
> *nix) system I could remotely manage. Please help me! (Oh, and cost is
> a consideration, but not the main one) Thanks,