The use of bandwidth becomes harder with the increase in streaming video, the number of cameras. Since the bandwidth needed by the user is more than the bandwidth provided by the service provider, the service provides reduces such packets. Therefore, video data are lost in the transmission line in packages while being transmitted. These losses are perceived as a sporadically impaired image by those viewing the City Security Monitoring System cameras. Since the cost of the purchase of a new line to increase the bandwidth as a solution would be too high, the problem can be solved at a low cost with the traffic shaper provided by Pavotek.
Traffic Shaper device stores the camera data during the streaming video exceeding the bandwidth and transmits these data in pieces to the server. In this manner, the system rests and the loss of image is cancelled out. This can be likened to the case when a pool is being filled in at a high speed, the water from the tap is supplied to the system in a controlled manner, rather than directly integrating the compressed tap filling the pool. The system traffic becomes controlled and gains proper management. Also, the problem can be solved at a much lower cost than that of leasing a new fiber line.
• 1 x 10/100/1000BaseT Copper Port
• 1 x 100 Base FX /1000 BaseX Fiber Port
• 1000Base-LX/SX/ZX and 100Base-X Fiber Interface Support
• ARM Cortex A9 Process
• 1 x USB 2.0 Port
• Transparent Operation (It does not prevent to working protocols which are IGMP, ICMP, TCP, UDP, RTP,RTCP, RTSP and UPNP)
• Configuration with TELNET, SSH, CLI and WEB Interface
• SNMPv1 / v2c / v3
• RMON1 / 2/3/9
• 512 MByte ROM, 1 Gbyte RAM