There is a Park of Hikvision cameras. Everything revolves on cheap Trassir'e.
But the number of cameras will increase dramatically and you need to change the server. Buy Tracer no desire, until they start to put the OS on normal disks, not deshmanskie stick, which burn at every opportunity. Went to the site, there is a server for let's say 180 thousand to 128 cameras in which the filling medium home PC for 50 thousand and in addition OS on flehi - a gesture of some kind.
Yes, there is an option to assemble your own server and just buy a license tracer on camera, but is a little expensive - it will be plan B, for lack of anything else.
Maybe someone uses some other server similar to the Tracer and can prompt on what to pay attention to.
Daniela.Osinski8 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:06
Collect the server on Windows on a normal car. From the old server remove the license key and paste it in your new car. Next you will need to contact support and request a new license file to explain the situation and get it by e-mail. Then contact your provider hikvision cameras what he would have you expanded your new license Tracer on all of your new camera. All hikvision cameras have a free license in Tracer. And that's all. Enjoy a more normal software and connect as many new cameras.
Emerald_Paucek59 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:08
Option 1: move the OS on its own, a good USB flash drive?
Option 2: collect server and to buy the official camera to camera was a license "as a gift"
Blanche67 answered on March 19th 20 at 09:12
As an option - Xeoma. Some specific software, but the key is for demo Pro version easily available on request, it is possible to evaluate the applicability. I test driver, and was forced to abandon it. The server part works on Win, Lin, I spun on headless Debian 9.