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Synology IP Camera License Pack for 1 (CLP1)

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IP Camera License Pack for 1

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  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.1 x 5.5 inches ; 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001MJ0JAO
  • Item model number: IP Camera License
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #819 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 19, 2008

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326 of 346 people found the following review helpful By J. Nelson on September 13, 2011
Synology manufactures some of the best network-attached storage (NAS) devices around, and has spent considerable resources making the user interface for their devices convenient, intuitive and powerful. Among the software features bundled with their NAS operating system is a "Surveillance Station" software package, which can, when used with one or more IP cameras, turn the Diskstation into an internet-enabled video security system.

While the ad copy for the Diskstations may discuss the maximum number of cameras each of the different models can accommodate, it may not make clear that, out-of-the-box, each Diskstation has a "license" to use only one camera. You simply can not connect more than one camera to the software without buying a "license" code for each additional camera. Why Synology would choose to intentionally cripple one of their software titles, and charge such an exorbitant ransom to enable it, escapes me.

For example, I have a DS1511+, currently Synology's flagship 5-bay SOHO NAS. According to Synology's specifications, this device is capable of supporting up to 20 (!) IP cameras. (The word "support" here is used generously, as very few cameras are fully "supported" -- with many you won't be able to record audio, or stream a live view to anything other than Internet Explorer with ActiveX plugins). As with every Diskstation, the DS1511+ only includes a "license" for 1 camera. To fully enable the 20 'supported' cameras, one would have to purchase 19 of the CLP1 license packs.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By John Homman on February 15, 2012
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Worked fine - but why in the heck do you have to ship a license number? The number should be able to be downloaded!
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By tantra invedy on February 3, 2013
I configured 1 foscam camera on the sinology server. Just found out you need additional license to install additional camera. The price of the license is too high for each camera. I am looking for other alternative.
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48 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Daniel M on January 14, 2013
I used the trial to see if this was superior to other products. I really like it, extremely easy to use. Unfortunately, it is not a cost effective solution for me. Here's why. I have 7 cameras. 7 * 65 = $455. Instead, I used an old mini desktop and bought 8 licenses from Xeoma for $119. Total savings = $336. I still use my synology NAS for storage (which is what I bought it for originally) and I plan on trying their directory and dns service. The hardware is amazing. The insanely pricey camera licensing? No thanks.
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29 of 33 people found the following review helpful By v1k0d3n on March 8, 2014
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First off, I'll start by saying that the Synology is a great appliance, and I think that everyone should consider a backup solution with similar features. Being a developer, I understand why the appliance is so expensive. There is a lot of customization and thought that goes into the software behind this juggernaut of a backup solution.

But I'm frustrated with the licensing for Surveillance Station! It's outrageous to pay $54 for a single license, just in order to add additional security at my home. I guess I'm frustrated with the fact that we have to pay for additional security, peace of mind, and safety. Those things should not be considered luxuries, where company's make people pay exorbitant fees on top of what has already been paid.

I have a DS1512+ filled to the brim with 5 3TB Seagate Server Grade hard disks, and the extra 2GB memory module. The solution is flawless, and I really appreciate everything that Synology has done in order to make such a great product. Even this license, works as advertised. But they need to consider 3 things that I believe would be make it better (and thus, sell more licenses):

1. Make it an instant License Code! Go green, please...having to send me this card is a freaking waste now-a-days! Catch up to the 21st century already.
2. Make it more reasonable. We're loyal customers, that love your product. Get more people onboard and don't penalize your customer for a stupid license. A new SOFTWARE package, or the software package in general...sure! But a license, that doesn't cost you anything to develop...that's a rip off!
3. Make your group licenses (pack of 4) CHEAPER than it would cost to buy a single license! I mean, this is insane...
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Trailman on June 7, 2009
I like the Surveillance Station of my Rackstation RS-407, but it is a rather crude implementation of a surveillance camera utility. Synology clearly spent time and effort on making the user interface slick and appealing, not without success. But if you have 3 weeks worth of video material on the disk, how are you going to look for a specific event without a fast-forward playback mechanism?
I have to take the video file and view in Windows Media Player. Why spend $50 per additional camera license if I can't even view the recorded video with the onboard software? If the pricing were reasonable, I would buy another license.

Update 12/2009: Indeed, version 2.2 of the Disk Station Manager (the web interface that comes with the latest firmware patch) adds up to 8x accelerated and 1/8 x slow motion playback, as well as a digital zoom that an be applied to the recorded video. I still think the licenses are too expensive for the target market of my RS207 - home users and small businesses.
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