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  1. Correct all unmanaged But I get what your all saying , thanks for the guidance will look into it
  2. I get you I suppose 10gb switches are possible , but expensive
  3. Ok will give that a gobut this might sound daft If I already have a cat5/6 cable 30m run connected to gigabit switches How do increase the uplink bandwidth ? With dual uplink switch?
  4. All the switches are linked together and a single point to the router Single cable going from warehouse to a gigabit switch from warehouse to first floor I should have said all nvrs and switches link to a gigabit switch first floor Disconnecting the warehouse switch above or at switch momentarily will solve problem until it decides to occur again My thinking was bandwidth , do you think syst.cpuld benefit with a dual uplink? As there is a spate network cable going from warehouse switch to first floor I could try and get a sw
  5. You mean on the cameras themselves ? Or via NVR settings , cameras is possible yes Yes , setting the stream on NVR , or recording bit rates etc are the same , lowering one makes no difference Remember both nvrs will show the drops same time
  6. Dudes an issue Setup is 32way NVR 1st floor 8way Poe switch + router 32way NVR gnd floor Remote Poe switch warehouse Remote Poe switch reception So every now and then all the cameras fed from the ground floor switches, will start to drop the cameras out , sometimes a few and sometimes all of them come and go It corrects, if you either disconnect the uplink from the warehouse switch or if you power cycle it , The cameras are affected on both nvrs at same time, other than that it sits q
  7. Just 0v , 12v , resistors on the relay points with the a terminated tamper if that's the right way of saying it, like you would a door switch with no tamper switch
  8. Round these parts , no internal sounder means they will take there time
  9. No man totally wrong ag6 doesn't have scb mode in anyway hence it will eventually kill the panel
  10. So basically no eol required put them in a nonnuse position
  11. Try MBR tool , maybe that's the issue
  12. Either way get rid of that junk and if you have fault you will have to fix it So Honeywell flex might do the job for DIY fix , I assume you know how to programme an alarm? Otherwise local installer maybe your best option You may end up having to open some detectors , but they probably as old as the panel and plastics can break If your not on tight budget then get all new sensors aswell If your not on tight budget and still want to reduce cost , then probably what your protecting isn't worth it anyway , so just scrap and leave it on the wall a
  13. Not always the case You trust him to install it so trust him to maintain it, mostly they do this to help you in future However if it's just a user password change it no problem and make sure you know what you set it at , make sure you do all the bits like security questions fail safe , maybe make another user password and so on In anycase it's not like camera is pointing at your fridge....
  14. Dude start again Zone 1&2 resistor legs touching Make all zones unused the ones you don't need But before that remove the Rio power it off , restart panel , reconnect Rio , add Rio
  15. Lol I wondered why he was doing that
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