great.. thank you!Netflix, YouTube and all the streaming services "buffer" on their own. You can see it on YouTube, for example, when the playback line is heavier past the current point of the video.
Yes, you will need a second WiFi device to take advantage of a second NIC. The objective is to get the cameras off the Asus router. To do that will take a second WiFi router running without a WAN connection.
Yeah…I just have to figure out where to position the BL machine because at this point I am currently using 2 routers because one of the cameras is on the other far end of the house and the signal is weak…so I am using a 2nd AP to reach it.Most wireless cameras are 2.4 GHZ, You can get an old router on ebay for $25 to use as an access point for your cameras. In the past I used an Asus rt-n12.
You connect the 2nd nic to a switch, then connect the access point to the switch. Set the Access point IP address and all the camera IP address to static on the second network.
If that 'T' variant is a mobile chip, I'd avoid it.I'm off topic here, but since we are talking about cpus, I have two questions and I did not want to start a new thread.
What you guys think about an intel i5-6500T (35W) cpu vs a regular one?
Second question is, if I would replace the cpu with another one, it would upset BI licence?
A question about set up the 2nd NIC:Remember, the dual NIC means that they cameras will need to connect to the PC by wired ethernet, not WiFi, and will require a switch. You coould also keep them WiFi using a second router, cheapie, that supports only the cameras. The ideal situation is wired to a switch then to the second NIC in the PC.