TS209 & Y CAM

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TS209 & Y CAM

Post by WhiteHexagon » Fri Jan 09, 2009 6:27 pm

Two questions about the TS209:

1. What limits the device to only 2 cameras vs the 4 that can be supported with your dedicated solution?

2. Do you plan to support the Y-Cam on the TS209 or only on the dedicated solution.
http://www.y-cam.com/y-cam-black

Basically I'd like to buy a second QNAP box for using this survelance functionality, but I'd much rather buy another TS209 than a dedicated box.

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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by QNAPAlan » Sat Jan 10, 2009 4:38 pm

Y-CAM white and black will be supported. The schedule should be on the february or March firmware release.

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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by WhiteHexagon » Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:38 am

Thanks for the response.

Any reply to point 1 above?

I purchased an Axis 207W to get started, and will add some Y CAM's later when supported. Thanks for working on that!
Is there an official guide to getting the 207W configured with the TS209?
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Peter

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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by QNAPAlan » Tue Jan 20, 2009 7:51 pm

Please consider using NVR-101 or VS-101 series if you need 4 cameras support.
Sorry that we have no dedicated guide for Axis 207W but its installation is as easy as other cameras.

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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by WhiteHexagon » Thu Jan 22, 2009 9:57 pm

I seem to have got the Axis 207W up and running, but half the functionality doesn't seem to work with mac OS X bassed browsers.

eg schedule settings, live view and playback all fail, makes it pretty useless on a mac system. Any plans to get this working soon?

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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by petur » Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:57 pm

most IP camera systems rely on an ActiveX technology to do the live viewing... Sad thing...
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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by ramstell » Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:40 pm

Just had this response from Qnap:

I am sorry, but it’s not supported by TS-209 and will not be supported in the future. Due to strategic product positioning, there are some cameras only supported by the NVR product lines. Thanks


Very disappointing!

Edit: QNAP have now confirmed the above is a mistake and the Y-Cam will be supported in the future by the TS-209.
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Re: TS209 & Y CAM

Post by GEoMaNTiK » Tue May 19, 2009 10:02 am

QNAPAlan wrote:Y-CAM white and black will be supported. The schedule should be on the february or March firmware release.


Hi Alan,

Has the Y-Cam White been added to the support list for the 109 or 119?
QNAP TS-119P+ 3.4.3 build 0520T (WD 500GB 2.5" Scorpio Blue)
QNAP TS-119 3.4.3 build 0520T (WD 640GB 3.5" AV-GP Green Power)
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Lian-Li PC-V354B Case w/Intel Dual Core i3-530 (Hitachi 2TB 3.5" Deskstar x7) Microsoft Server 2008 R2

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