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Old 16th February 2010, 00:45
dasearcher dasearcher is offline
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You said.
"The only way i was able to gain connectivity from computers on the 192 side was this:"

What else did you try?

I'm guessing that you also added a route somewhere(to the workstations or the 192.x.x.x router) to 10.x.x.x via 192.x.x.x (Centos system 1st nic.)

Hmmm... What gateway IP are your camera's using? the Centos system or the other router?

Does the 10.x.x.x router go somewhere else? If not, then perhaps you can set the outside of the 10.x.x.x router in the 192.x.x.x network and point the 10.x.x.x traffic to that router instead of the Centos system 1st nic.

You may(will) need to enable routing on the Centos system for it to forward packets. It is likely off by default. I'm no help with that. Perhaps setting the 192.x.x.x as a gateway IP is a workaround to turning on routing.

What does zm performance is slow mean? Do the images in zm appear to be behind real time?

How many IP cameras are you using? I'm setting up a new Fedora 12 x86 64 system with Zoneminder (my old one with 6 cameras) runs with a load average around 4-5. And it is horribly slow. I'll be installing about 6 or 8 more cameras.

Last edited by dasearcher; 16th February 2010 at 01:04.
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