What is AnyNet® Failover Server ?
Failover (failure recover) function is a backup mode used to provide uninterrupted service by having the secondary system fill in for the primary system in case the primary system is interrupted due to malfunctioning or regular maintenance. A failover NVR system consists of 3 parts: a primary NVR that is mainly used, a secondary Stand-by failover server, and a Hypervisor service. We take server downtime and bandwidth problems seriously, with our proprietary and patented technology, the i-View failover function relieves concerns regarding loss of data in case of failures and strengthens the reliability of the recorded data, as well as won’t take up bandwidth. Base on a special Hypervisor service continuously monitors the health of all NVRs in the system, i-View failover system will let the Stand-by failover server automatically takes over all functions from the off-line or malfunctioning NVR. No matter what happens to the hardware and network, you have live video on your screen and recorded video in the backup storage.
Why AnyNet® Failover Server ?
NVR down and data loss? No recordings for critical episodes? …The AnyNet FOS failover system with N+F capabilities takes your security system to the next level of stability, continuity, and performance.
AnyNet Failover Server is a video backup server with N+F failover configuring, and up to 128 cameras from AnyNet NVR when any of the following conditions occur:
(1) When the AnyNet NVR Server without monitoring.
(2) When there is an error in the hard drive.
What is N+F Failover ?
The failover configuration is marked by the number of primary NVR that can be backed up and the number of the available secondary Stand-by failover server. i-View supports N+F failover system, it means that there are no restrictions on the number of NVR and Stand-by failover server. e.g. The failover setup as 20+2 (N+F), 2 pcs secondary failover server can serve as the backup for up to 20 pcs primary NVR.
How AnyNet® Failover Server Works?
Supports N+F failover configuration, it means that there are no restrictions on the number of NVR and Stand-by failover server.How does the AnyNet Failover system work?
- The Failover server built-in Hypervisor serves for auto backup parameters and continuously monitors the heartbeat of all NVRs.
- The standby failover server automatically takes over all functions from the failed NVR.
- Video transmission to the operator’s screen and video footage recording resumes immediately.
- The N + F failover configuration allows the same number of NVR failures as the Failover server at the same time.
- When the connection to the primary NVR resumes, the Failover server stops backup and enter standby mode.