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Old 12th November 2011, 01:30
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Default Streaming webcams from a CentOS ISPConfig

I was wondering if there was a practical method to stream several webcams from an ISPConfig CentOS server?

I have a server with a large number of NICs (8), so I was hoping I could connect each webcam to a NIC with a dedicated IP, then use one or two of the NICs for WAN IPs.

I like (am familiar with) ISPConfig 2 so I would like to use that to create and manage the website(s).

As for streaming the webcams, I have no need for any real interconnection between ISPConfig and any streaming.

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What is the connection between ISPConfig and your webcams? How are they related to each other?
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They are related only by the fact that I need the webcams and ISPConfig to use the same physical server and OS (cent). This is a remote install connected directly to WAN.

What I would like to do is plug WAN into server and plug webcams into server and use Cent as a router of sorts to accomplish what needs to hapen. In this project I am precluded from using virtualization.
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