Are There Any Vendors That Can Manage a BlueIris System in Los Angeles, CA?

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  1. Deuterion

    Deuterion n3wb

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    Hello,

    I apologize if this is the incorrect subforum but I'm looking for someone to manage two NVRs running BlueIris at two of my locations in Los Angeles, CA. Does anyone have any leads? Thanks!
     
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    mat200 IPCT Contributor

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    Hi @Deuterion

    I think there are a few members who can assist remotely.

    Do they have to be in Los Angeles?
     
  3. Deuterion

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    Not necessarily but if there is a hardware issue they will need to be able to make it to each location without hassle and within a timely manner. Thanks!
     
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    My first thought would be @bababouy but I'm not sure he monitors BI?
     
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    Ok since we can’t find anyone that can maintain a system can anyone log in remotely and check configs? I’m having an issue with my system dropping cameras and I can’t tell if it’s a physical issue with switch, cabling, computer or software related with Windows 10 Home or Blue Iris. This is a paying gig...if I wanted charity I’d post this on gofundme. Thanks.
     
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    You could post screen shots. A network diagram of some sort would also be helpful.

    Have you done any basic trouble shooting like switching ports, switches, cams etc?
     
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    Paging @Dasstrum !
     
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    If you can PM me a phone number I think I can help you.
     
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    Hello, that's something I can take a look at for you. I will be sending you a message to get more information from ya! Hopefully will be an easy fix on the cameras dropping