Using MxManagementCenter, you can access cameras from different locations. For example, you can monitor the cameras at home over the local area network (LAN) or while on the move via a preconfigured DynDNS access over the Internet.
See also: Network Environments
If you want to access the cameras from a different location (different network), select the corresponding previously created environment. Switching to a different environment causes the network address data for connecting to the cameras to be switched automatically.
By assigning a bandwidth to an environment, you can specify how the images are pulled from the cameras given different connection speeds. This basically controls how the images can be displayed for live viewing and event research. Selecting a bandwidth thus also controls the image quality. Note that you can temporarily overwrite the bandwidth setting without actually changing the camera setting.