We received a call from a client who is looking to put cameras up in a daycare and wants to be able to have parents have access. 8 classrooms that will range from 12 children to 30 children based on age. This means 100-200 logins, and who knows how many simultaneous users. Usually, we use Dahua for NVR's and I see the specs say 128 users. That cannot be simultaneous users, can it? We could use 2 NVR to get 128x2 so we have enough log ins.
I think we need something other than Dahua here though.
Total camera count is expected to be around 14, with 8 being for classrooms and accessible by parents.
How do we handle all the simultaneous log ins from a server standpoint? Or internet bandwidth? VLAN the camera network and allow them a specific bandwidth so it does not interfere with internal needs?
They are looking at himama.com for their check in software.
I was thinking it would be great to get something that integrated with their billing software so when accounts were closed, their camera access was removed. But this may cost them more money than they want to spend.
Anyone done this before?