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    You need one of these

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    Post em my way

    Quote Originally Posted by timbo343 View Post
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    I dont suppose you know much about these do you? Ive got 2 on my desk now that are "blocked". One just askes me to update the firmware, if i do it dies and the other one i cannot get into but the other 2 around school have been god sends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    I can only find the BL-C111 rather than the 101..

    BL-C111 | Camera Line-up | Network Camera | Office Products | Products & Solutions | Panasonic Global

    Is there much difference?
    I also have the pre-decessor of the wired version of that. First difference is that it is wireless and the picture quality isn't as good IMHO. It also does very basic PTZ functionality.

    Maybe see if you can get an older model of Fleabay?

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    Had to get the purchase order signed off by today (so no ebay etc) so just went for the 111. Its not wireless though. Hope their good enough.

    Plexor: The axis looks good, but too late for me

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    Sorry The Axis is very good wired and wireless, pir sensor and high power white led.

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    No worries.

    If the panasonics are crap Ill just send them back hopefully.

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    How did you find the panasonics in the end? I'm looking at the Axis ones but the pannys are cheaper.

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    the panasonics are great. They do exactly what we want them to do, the motion detection and then email the snaps is working great. Can log in to one and watch the stream from them both in the one window.. Dont have them recording just now, they just email stills every 30 secs on motion detection (configured from the built in interface), but they supply software you can install which will do recording etc..

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    Also, from where I have them, the pan and tilt works grreat and covers all angles I need.. I dont think they have a zoom though, but we have used them in each of our server rooms wich arent exactly massive anwyay

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    I never got this, enlighten me. Who on earth would steal a bunc of servers? I have never read of an incident where someone broke in a business or data center to steal some racks. I mean sure, banks and whatnot will have some very sensitive information on there, but it should be encrypted anyway....

    Anyway I would probably go with one of those Wlan security cams, a half decent one can be had for around 150$

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinbrd View Post
    I never got this, enlighten me. Who on earth would steal a bunc of servers? I have never read of an incident where someone broke in a business or data center to steal some racks. I mean sure, banks and whatnot will have some very sensitive information on there, but it should be encrypted anyway....

    Anyway I would probably go with one of those Wlan security cams, a half decent one can be had for around 150$
    For us its not who would steal the servers. Its to do with who also has legitimate access to the room. Theres more than just the IT dept who have access to our server rooms for a multitude of reasons. So I want to know exactly who and when these other folks are going in there.

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    If you have an Ubuntu server running you could run the 'motion' daemon with a cheap webcam.
    It can track movement & email with an attached image of the intruder.
    Also you can access the live stream

    Rapid2214

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    We bought 2 of these to replace our panasonics,

    Compro IP70 IP Megapixel/HD H.264 IP Network CCTV.. | Ebuyer.com

    They produce a very clear image and even has night vision on them but there is an alternative without night vision:

    Compro IP60 Intelligent Megapixel HD Network Camera | Ebuyer.com

    I kinda like the way you can record to a Micro Card.

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