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Pros: Lots of features
Cons: Web UI could be better
Other Thoughts: This switch has a great value. There are lots of features and it is relatively inexpensive.
I have had no problems with this switch and have used several of them at various network deployments. You will, however, run into some network guys that will sneer at these because they're not Catalysts.
This review is from: D-Link DNR-322L Network Video Recorder
Pros: Able to view multiple streams at once
Integrates well with D-Link cameras
Doubles as a NAS
Cons: Only works with Internet Explorer
Only integrates with D-Link cameras
Other Thoughts: This NVR works pretty much as expected. I am currently using it with D-Link DCS-2230 cameras and it integrates well with these. I would like if it integrated with other manufacturer's cameras also, but I can see why D-Link wouldn't do that.
The live playback screen works well. It allows you to show up to 9 (3x3) video feeds at once. The recorded playback interface is slightly sluggish, but works as expected. The playback (both live and recorded) only works with Internet Explorer, however, because it requires a C++ redistributable that only seems to be available in IE.
I also like the fact that you can use this as a NAS in addition to an NVR. The one drawback is that RAID 1 is not available when NAS is enabled (one disk is for video and one disk is for the network drive).
Overall, the NVR has met all of my expectations, but hasn't exceeded them. I would recommend it for somebody who wants to setup their own security system.