SWANN SW343-2K2 Security Recording System with internet or iphone viewing feature now only £249.99 delivered @ currys/pcworld/dixons - HotUKDeals
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youll pay this price just for the dvr box this contains the whole plug n play kit
Feel totally safe and secure in your home or business with the Swann SW343-2K2 Security Recording System. This kit contains a recording device, two cameras and a range of accessories to help you easily set up a security system around your home and monitor any suspicious activity.

The Swann SW343-2K2 Security Recording System consists of a 4-Channel DVR4-2000 video recorder and two PNP-150 cameras. The video recorder can record footage from up to 4 cameras simultaneously with its pre-installed 500GB hard drive and H.264 recording technology. The two cameras have a tough weather-resistant design, along with swivels and adjustable viewing angles. They also have night vision recording capacity, and can record activity up to 30ft (9m) away.

The 500GB hard drive, with its 'set and forget' feature, lets you record for up to 30 days without changing or adjusting the system. This high-quality security device also has web connection for remote viewing, and lets you view the captured videos on your computer, your TV or iPhone. You can also transfer footage to a USB drive.

Give yourself peace of mind whether you're away on holiday or home alone with the added accountability of the Swann SW343-2K2 Security Recording System!
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#1
any good? We had the contents of our shed robbed last week and want somethin wireless to monitor the back yard which has little light at night. What are the cheaper options??
#2
i have looked long and hard and this is the best professional kit at the price it has night vision of 9metres
#3
Has anyone got any experience of setting up one of these for internet remote viewing. I've heard that these can be an absolute nightmare, of having the correct router, having to set up a DNA account, to track your line IP, setting up the DVR to router etc.
#4
from my checking you use a normal router with ethernet cable and ask isp for static ip
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Has anyone got any experience of setting up one of these for internet remote viewing. I've heard that these can be an absolute nightmare, of having the correct router, having to set up a DNA account, to track your line IP, setting up the DVR to router etc.

Unfortunately those are common issues/requirements when you want to access something on your home LAN remotely. Its rarely cost effective for manufacturers to provide infrastructure(usually a public server for your home device to connect to, as most consumer routers by default are not configured to allow incoming connections) to overcome these problems, with the exception of those which are also service providers and therefore charge a regular fee.

1) If you don't have a fixed IP, you will need Dynamic DNS. Or you will lose the ability to connect to your DVR if your IP address changes, until you can return home (or call someone at home) to identify the new IP address.

2) You will need to assign a static private IP (or configure your DHCP server to allocate a specific IP) to the DVR you wish to access remotely.

3) You will need to either set the DVR's IP as the default DMZ server, or configure the router so connections on the ports used by the DVR are forwarded to its IP (probably more secure this way).

WRT having the correct router, you just need the ability to do the above. Almost all consumer routers I've come accross have the ability to do this. The only exception being some routers provided by ISP's, which have restricted feature sets.

You may also want to check your available upload speed. Most home broadband services are not symetrical, therefore the upload speed can be considerably lower then the download speed. For those on ADSL 1 services for example, remotely accessing a DVR may be a less then stellar experience, which becomes even worse if someone starts surfing at home.

Edited By: Mentos on Mar 21, 2011 18:32: .
#6
Heat from me. Seen these in Maplins and a good piece of kit IMO.
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