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Latency limitations using Windows Share over wide area

Discussion in Security & Environmental Monitoring Discussions started by Bob , 5/25/2017 8:00 PM
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Latency limitations using Windows Share over wide area

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  • I have some NetBotz455 Monitors and I'm trying to use Windows Share to store the images when the motion alarm triggers.  If that share is local, everything works fine.  If that share is remote (with round trip latency of 100ms+), most of the files that end up on the share are truncated and not useful (like 2k in size versus 100k).  Is this a known limitation?  Will NFS share have the same issue?  What is the recommended approach for pushing the files to a remote datastore (use the FTP alert function)?

    Bob

  • Follow-up - FTP did work fine.  Would obviously prefer SFTP.

  • Hi,

    NetBotz are actively supported at its own standalone community - http://dcimsupport.apc.com please submit your post there.

    Thank you

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