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How to organize a video surveillance record on the remote server?

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Good day!
There is a small office. System administrator ( bizh me) was tasked to Organize the surveillance for 10+ cameras, but on the condition that the broadcast will go on the remote server (probably Win) in another country. And one of the conditions is that nothing should be stored locally, that is, the entire flow and storage occurred on this udaljenom server.
Who faced similar tasks, or simply can suggest a solution?
Are risen options:

But my superiors do not approve, because everything is stored on our server.
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Tracer and others know, I think almost all the others too. Do vpn and add on IPS within the network.
The main how to write comments in the channel where it will flow constantly.
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Yes no problem - the camera set the vault and all usually need to specify the address and port.
Where it will be - do not care.

What care canal.
10+ cameras is such a good traffic - should be guaranteed stable channel to the server.
It is not always possible and not cheap.

What specifically you have not poluchaetsya?
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You can figure out on your calculator which will flow from 10 IP cameras and what you need in storage. For example, with ten 2-pikselnyh cameras (FullHD) stream is 34.2 Mbit/s, and 1-pikselnyh (HD 720) - 17.1 Mbit/s.
Think about it in the first place how to organize a stable channel of such width.
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As written earlier, the decision in a forehead is to drain the stream from the cameras via an external channel somewhere.
There is another option, write in my experience:
1. put any software DVR, able to record video only on movement in the frame. thus, we significantly reduce the amount of generated video.
2. this recorder writes to a local video archive.
3. custom transfer new files to a remote server, for example cron for rsync or similar in a primitive way.
what we get:
1. reducing the amount of transmitted data by recording only on motion sensor.
2. storage archive somewhere locally files are generated and stored temporarily - i.e. it is actually a buffer.
3. this scheme can easily survive a temporary loss of connectivity and temporary drawdown of bandwidth.
I did it with motion and analog cameras, when the channels were cdma450/3g/wimax at the current speed can be completely and HD videos to merge.
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VPN from office with cameras to the monitoring server.
But usually the server will try to put as close to the cameras, because recording need guaranteed bandwidth traffic, and to her especially the international channel read almost impossible (at least for earthly money)
So ideally the server in the LAN, and browse the archive in inet
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0 like 0 dislike - a complete system not long ago it raised the of the 20+ cameras.
Quietly working with remote cameras (the server record stands at Hetzner and the cameras country filliale 2 3G LTE whistles in Mikrotik - month stable operation, not counting a short downtime because the network operator)
*camera Chinese in Alika, 640*480
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