What??? I thought Interlogix said they were just using Hikvision hardware, lol
Related, for others - Interlogix Vs Hikvision Tested and UTC Interlogix Series 6 Tested
Thanks for sharing that #1. I'd like to hear how things go.
So not only did the Hikvision tool work with Truvision Cameras. I used it to configure Truvision ENCODERS as well. Am I becoming a ward of the Chinese state now?
Progress report here. I got carried away and used the HikVision device manager to bulk configure over 500 cameras and encoders. I had needed SNMP enabled with a specific community string so now that this is done our Solarwinds system is managing these 550+ in addition to around 900 Axis and Sony cameras. Eureka.
If anyone else is trying to manage Truvision cameras and encoders in an enterprise environment across different subnets this tool opens a great many possibilities. For grins I am attaching a model breakdown from Solarwinds data collected via SNMP.
Anyone else using SNMP to manage their cross vendor environment?
So SNMP enabled now for most Truvision devices. Note the listed manufacturer in SolarWinds for the Truvision TVE1610