I have a few questions from other experts regarding networks that don't allow internet access to the NVR or DVRand time.
Lets say that there is a client that will not allow ANY internet access to a DVR. I have a few concerns about time. I know that there is most likely not many lawyers on here so any feedback will be considered. If the time drifts on a DVR, could there be the possibility that the footage could be thrown out of court in the event of a robbery?
Second question, we have seen a particular brand of camera that holds its own time and the recorded footage isn't "marked" properly in the recorded footage. Does anyone out there use the DVR as a time server so that all cameras are sync'ed. Understanding that if the DVR can't reach a time server, the time will be off across the board but at least it will still be sync'ed.