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Network Design for IP cameras

Any ideas on what is the best way to design a network infracture to support IP cameras over the intranet

Following are existing equipment Cisco MC3810,Firewall and 3com Remote Access Server AccessBuilder 4000

Regards

Rajendra

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Re: Network Design for IP cameras

You can sell the dsl service to customers and have them a public ip address. Once they are on the internet, you can have them do VPN tunnel to the vpn concentrator. Once they have vpn tunnel, they can view the webcam accessing the privet IP address of it. Thay way you can also authorize the users to view webcam over the internet only assigned to them.

So to access the webcam, customers need to do vpn. For regular web surfing over dsl, they don't need vpn.

For DSL terminations, you do need dsl modem (cisco 825, SOHO 77 etc) with DSLAM (6260, 6015 etc) MC3810 for core routing may not be enough based on the number of dsl terminations..Let me know for more..Thanks..Tejal

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Re: Network Design for IP cameras

Thanks for your help !! Now I am in the process of taking inventory, The Cisco MC3810 has

1 MFT T1 to terminate the ATM the VPI/VCI values must match for allthe DSL modems, I spoke with Telco

they said I do not need DSLAM at my end to termiate. Question

1. Does that mean MC3810 VPI/VCI configure will elminate the need of DSLAM or does my telco have the DSLAM and hence I do not need it.

2.What module will I need to support Voice for the cameras, DVM T1 module, AV6 Module or CB-1D module

nor none of the above. ?

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