Is there any way I can investigate and or dig deeper into what might be causing the slow network performance? What I mean is, I changed some settings on the mx64 firewall, and basically I eliminated the network concerning my security cameras. What I noticed was when I pulled a webpage, that it loaded faster. So just wondering if there is some documents pertaining to increasing network performance for the mx64 especially since it is serving the DHCP for the various vlans.
They are not being view remotely. If they are, it would be only when we open the app on our phone. It’s not viewable remotely. And the NVR is storing the data on the NVR locally. Not in cloud. I do know the camera is set to continuously record meaning it doesn’t record only event or motion, but 24/7.
Apologies, internal traffic is included. If the cameras and NVR are not directly connected to the MX, nor the traffic routed through it, then at the top left choose the appliance network instead of entire organisation to see the MX only traffic.
Thanks, let me follow up next week. I’ve ordered a MR, and I’ll have some cameras connecting wireless. And some cameras connecting hard wire. But the hard wire cameras will actually be plugging directly into the NVR. And just 1 network cable from NVR to a MS switch. Is it possible to segment all of the camera traffic from the other wired and wireless traffic? Perhaps then I can then look again at summary report. I’m wanting to completely separate the camera traffic from the rest of the network because of security concerns.