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wireless12
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vedio conferencing using mikrotik

Sat Sep 27, 2008 11:27 am

HELLO

is it possible to do vedio conferencing without using internet with the help of mikrotik..at a distnace of 12 Km


Site(A)-----"Mikrotik"<=============>Mikrotik------Site(B)

NOTE:

1. air distance between site(A) & site(B) = 12 km
2. Also there are 34 CCTV cameras at site(A), can we see the cameras at site(B)
3. what tools and hardware are required?

THIS SETUP IS TO BE DONE WITHOUT INTENERT
 
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Re: vedio conferencing using mikrotik

Sat Sep 27, 2008 4:59 pm

knock knock...no replies yet.
 
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Re: vedio conferencing using mikrotik

Sat Sep 27, 2008 10:51 pm

Your first step is to think of your network as a LAN (Local Network). Of course you can do both with your network.

For the videoconferencing give Ekiga a try (http://www.gnomemeeting.org/).
For the cameras you can just use the same software you use in the network the cameras are mounted. If they are plain CCTV cameras and are connected directly to a VCR, then you can check if that VCR has IP streaming. If not upgrade to a newer VCR.
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Re: vedio conferencing using mikrotik

Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:48 pm

thxx jack..

but i hav siad we hav to do vedio conferencing without "Internet" and the solution i.e. 'Ekiga' is a internet needy conferencing tool...i m sorry i m not very much awaring of vedio conferencing..plz help me..this project is very crutial for my future..
 
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Re: vedio conferencing using mikrotik

Mon Sep 29, 2008 12:02 am

dear wireless12.

a good solution seems http://www.vmukti.com/ . It has a server, as well as a client software. Everything seems right, but i don't have the time to test it. You can just download and test it in your lab network. It is open source, so free...

Let me know
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