|Re: Security camera signs||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Lyle Scheer (wonkomonkeyhouse.org)|
|Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 20:47:19 -0800 (PST)|
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Lion Kuntz wrote: > Agreed that there are whole packages, but some other things > should be considered. Yes, I agree you can piece it together, possibly much cheaper, possibly not. I consider my time valuable, at least $50 an hour. This means I would rather pay $100 for a solution instead of investing two hours at it. Personally, I would claim that putting together a system from parts and making sure it is both secure and reliable would take more than two hours. Wireless hubs/repeaters go for about $60-$70... if you can still get the WRT54G you can throw linux on it and do a bunch of custom things to it. For 4 wireless cameras... that's $240. It starts adding up quickly, and you still need to configure and make work each single component. I would still go for the costco $799 solution over a home-brew. Perhaps that's just me, but there might be others out there like me that wouldn't want to hassle. I work in the computer industry, I plan on setting up and running a local firewalled LAN for my co-housing community. I would still purchase this solution unless I was really into getting all the pieces working. It would also come with a warranty and customer support for the system solution, which is valuable if you aren't into dealing with the minutiae. - - Lyle -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.1 (Darwin) iD8DBQFEKhFD00lQLawESXoRAn0JAKDNlBA4ZxDXGgNJpapHrccCC1qhkwCeLbnP 0pUXtKA3lnI5MfnmjR5YYIM= =2zkE -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
- Security camera signs, (continued)
- Security camera signs Rob Sandelin, March 28 2006
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