Synology VS60 Surveillance Station

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Test Rig

Intel Core 2 Duo EQ9450 @ 3.2Ghz
Asus P5QL Pro
Super Talent 6400 4GB @ 800Mhz
Sound Card
Auzentech Prelude 7.1
Western Digital Raptor 75GB, Western Digital Caviar SE 500GB
Windows 7 Ultimate
Lian Li PC-B25F
Synology DS110j


Testing a device such as this, involves setting it up with the NAS device in question, and hooking it up to the camera. I then tested its available features and evaluated their functionality.


The camera I used for the testing was an Edimax IC-7000PTn V2 which has wireless and ethernet functionality. It can be remotely controlled with pan, tilt and zoom controls.

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Setting it up is easy enough, involving installing the Edimax camera admin software, giving you a simple option to view the MAC and IP address of the camera making setting up the VS60 and Surveillance station far easier.

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The Edimax camera has its own built in viewing software which offers quite a wide choice of options.

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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2 Responses to :
Synology VS60 Surveillance Station

  1. Josh says:

    You neglect to mention in your review, that the Surveillance Station software only allows the connection of a single camera, unless the user purchases additional “licenses” for each additional camera.

    To connect the 5 cameras that your NAS supports, you would have to buy 4 licenses, at $50 each, for an additional $200 cost, above and beyond the NAS purchase price.

    1. Whoopty says:

      Thanks for letting me know dude, I appreciate it :)

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