GV-Failover Server

GV-Failover Server is a video backup server that records up to 128 IP streams from hosts GV-Systems / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server when any of the following conditions occurs: (1) when the host GV-System / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server starts up without monitoring; (2) when file recycling fails; (3) when there is an error in the hard drive; (4) when the connection between host and IP camera fails; (5) when the host GV-System / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server fails.
Note:
1. GV-Failover Server does not support GV-VMS hosts when they are running in service mode. It is highly suggested not to enable “Service Mode”.
2. The GV-Failover Server does not support backup of analog cameras.
3. It is highly recommended to connect to no more than 128 IP streams from hosts GV-Systems / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server. For example, you can connect to:

  • Four 32-ch GV-System. OR
  • Two 64-ch GV-VMS. OR
  • One 128-ch GV-Recording Server

GV-Redundant Server

GV-Redundant Server is a video backup server designed for large-scale video surveillance deployments. It can record up to 128 IP channels connected to GV-System / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server. As its name suggests, the GV-Redundant Server keeps an extra copy of recordings for IP channels connected to GV-System / GV-VMS / GV-Recording Server.

Note:
1. GV-Redundant Server does not support GV-VMS hosts when they are running in service mode. It is highly suggested not to enable “Service Mode”.
2. The GV-Redundant Server does not support backup of analog cameras.

GV-Backup Center

The GV-Backup Center program provides you with a secure and affordable remote backup solution for the GV-System, GV-VMS, GV-Recording Server and GV-IP Devices. The GV-Backup Center can automatically store a copy of recordings and logs to the offsite location. If a disaster strikes where the GV-System, GV-VMS, GV-Recording Server or GV-IP Devices are located, the recording data remain safe in a different location.