Has anyone else seen/heard/experienced the effect of unreachable cameras on VSOM/VSMS? We heard that "when cam is down a proxy will still try to find it every 3 seconds. 3-8 cams can disrupt a network."
Anyone else seeing this in the field? Is this enough packet interference to affect other UDP video streams on the network?
The network we are working with will have 100s of cameras when complete. It is possible for 3-8 to be down from time to time.
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