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Will this wiring work or is there a better way? The switches are Cisco Small Business 100 Series SG100D-08P-NA Smart 8-Port PoE Desktop Gigabit Switches.

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The NVR itself cannot do any routing you will need a Router. Here is an Example . It is best to add the NVR to the router as opposed to the PoE switches. 

 

 

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How do I use both jacks on the nvr send them both to the same router? Do I wire the Switches in series or both to the Router?

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You only require one Link to the Router from the NVR. Switches to the Router as well as the NVR. In total you will need 3 open ports.

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So like this? And what do I do with the extra input on the NVR?Valerio-ST-Project-Recomended-correct-way.pngImage Enlarger

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Correct.

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What about the extra network jack on the NVR? What can I do with it? Will I get more bandwidth if I plunged it in to the same router as the first jack or only if I has a second ISP connection?

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the second NIC card is if you want to configure fault tolerance but it requires a managed switch. You could use Link Aggregation but is not necessary. 

 

You could also use the NIC#2 as the default but it needs to be set in the network settings. 

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