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By applying a license key on the Surveillance Station user interface, you will be able to set up and manage more devices on the network. Most of the time, each IP camera and I/O module will only require one license. However, there are some cameras that have different billing methods. Please see the section below for more details.
To find out the maximum number of IP cameras and I/O modules supported on each Synology product, please refer to the specifications of each model.
Synology Surveillance Station has different billing methods for particular cameras, such as panoramic, multi-lens cameras and video server for analog cameras. For more details about supported cameras, please refer to Camera Support List.
|Camera Type||Billing Method||Example||License required|
|Regular||Per camera||AXIS P1347||1|
|Panoramic||Per camera||AXIS M3007||1|
|Multi-lens||Fixed lens||Per camera||ArecontVision AV8185DN||1|
|Removable lens||Per channel||AXIS F44||5|
|Video server||Per channel||Vivotek VS8801||8|
In the table above, you can see a detailed example of our billing methods for four different camera types. Certain panoramic cameras (e.g. Axis M3007) which support native dewarping may provide more than one stream (e.g. Quad View, Double Panorama, and Original View) at a time. Each of regular and panoramic cameras requires one license only.
There are two types of multi-lens cameras, fixed lens and removable lens. Fixed lens cameras which provide more than one stream at a time will require one license only. For removable lens cameras, Synology will charge you per channel. Take Axis F44 for example. Axis F44 (with at most four lens) provides up to five channels of video stream. The four channels are corresponded to by the four lens, and the fifth channel is the view of all four cameras combined. If you wish to display all five channels in Surveillance Station, Synology will charge you for five licenses accordingly.
Video servers such as Vivotek VS8801 can connect to up to eight analog cameras. In this case, Synology will charge you for eight licenses accordingly. This rule will also apply to video servers supported in Surveillance Station.
In Surveillance Station, go to Main Menu > License > then click Add. An installation wizard will guide you through adding device licenses into Surveillance Station.