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I have a unbranded wireless ip camera (IPCam 2.0) which insists on using Active X for viewing. This liits me to IE users only. I understand there is a way to get the main stream url, but I can't find it. I have tried UrlSnooper in a bid to find the encrypted page to no avail. I have also consulted various websites with generic file extensions to no avail. Anyone with any ideas please? Thanks

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Http://user:pass@IP:port/video.cgi

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Fs-613a-m136-b2 driver


It doesn't have a driver. It is accessed via the web browser on your computer or an app on your phone. If it is a new camera, the box has the IP address of the camera (typically 192.168.1.100 or something like that). The camera typically comes with a little CD (about 6 cm in diameter) that has windows software to view the camera. You must first connect the camera to your network with the Cat-5 cable and configure the wireless settings. If you have the little CD it also has a tool call "IP Camera Tool" or something like that. It will allow you to directly connect the camera to your computer via the Cat 5 cable as well. Then you can configure it.

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Hi, i have a dlink dir-412 mobile router. how can i add an ip camera in this router. i will connect to internet via modem. i get an dynamic ip address after conect to internet. is it possible see the ipcam...


access your router using 192.168.1.1 username/passwd if not altered should be admin/admin u can set your ip (static ip) and i do not see why you can not assign an ip for your cam, my guess is you want to veiw you the camera feedback across the Internet. there various ways of doing this just remember that your cam is connected to your local network not to the Internet. good luck

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My daycare says that they have SpecoRemote set up for parents to view the cameras from home. No one knows how it works, and the instructions for use do not seem to have enough information. When I ping...


to use an systerm remote cameras you need a provider, web cams can be on a ip address but to secure them so only allocated uses use them there is a user name and password. this is setup when the ip address is setup. like this system, Configure Swann Wireless IP Network Camera with CameraFTP Service for... there are meany systems but they should tell you the one to use this may help you understand. my own setup works from any device as lone as you know the password not the ip address as the software all read knows the address. and is cloud base so can use the cloud to watch pre recorded items up to 30 days ago . hope this information help you.

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open a IE or firefox, on your browser link, type the ip address of your router(use command prompt to view your routers ip adress by typing ipconfig and write down the default gateway that is your routers ip address) leave the user name blank, the pasword is "admin" when the routers page open up click the administration tab you can now change password save and close IE or firefox

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Hi i have a Generic (No Name) Wireless IP camera view on NET Help


alright, I'm going to start with the easy solutions.
1: your camera is not compatible with the programs you are trying to use it with (MSN, Skype, Yahoo, AIM)

2: you were ripped off, the camera is a piece of junk waste of money (If this is the case i recommend buying a Logitech webcam, a little more expensive, but user friendly and the best on the market)

3: you didn't install the drivers for the camera

4: Your Camera has drivers but they aren't up to date: Update them

5: you didn't Configure your camera with the program you wish to use it for. do so now via the Tools/Options menu, look for web cam properties or something of the like.

6:and my ultimate Solution to any problem that involves a Webcam/mouse/mic/ect that isn't from Logitech, trash it and get one from Logitech. Logitech is the best in the business and are good at what they do. I hope i have helped you with any one of my numerous suggestions please have a good day =P

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You can view your Veo Observer web cam at home by either of two methods. The first is to use the Observer Studio software that came with the camera. When you configured the camera, you selected a local (private) IP address for each Veo Observer, and set the address specific to each camera. You then put the same IP address into your Observer Studio Software.

Depending on the brand of router you use on your home network, your Veo Observer camera probably has a local (private) IP address in the format 192.168.0.xxx or 192.168.1.xxx where "xxx" is the actual address assigned to your Veo Observer (by you) and configured to display on the LCD window on the side of the Veo Observer.

You may need to log into your router to see which of the two local (private) IP address formats is used. Your router's user manual will show you how.

To view your Veo Observer, just type the exact local (private) IP address in your IE browser. for example, if you assigned address 100 to your cam, you would enter http://192.168.0.100 or 192.168.1.100 into your browser. Veo Observer will display the Language selection screen. Choose the language, then you log in and view your camera.

To view your camera from outside your home using another computer, you use the same method, but you have to substitute your WAN (public) IP address.

You can log into your router and select its STATUS tab to view your WAN (public) IP address. See you router's set up guide if you do not know how to do this.

An easier way to determine your WAN (public) IP address is to visit Gibson Research Shields Up! web page:

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

and scroll down to the last paragraph where you will find your WAN (public) IP address.

For example, if this address is 123.456.789.100, then you would enter http://123.456.789.100 on your IE browser. You should see the Language select screen, choose your language, then log in and you are now viewing your Veo Observer from outside your home.

Note: when you view your Veo Observer at home, you probably have a fast frame rate and smooth video motion. When you view your Veo Observer from outside the home, the frame rate is certain to be less, and your moving image quality will be choppy. This is normal, as viewing from outside the home is less efficient and the image suffers. There is nothing you can do to boost the frame rate.

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Plug in the network cable first and make sure the following settings are correct:

1. SSID is the same and set to broadcast
2. You are using the same WPA AES password as the router (or WEP password if you are using WEP)
3. The wireless antennae is connected
4. The camera is located not to far from the router

After that, remove the network cable and restart your camera.

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Can't view image using Internet Explorer 7 with Window Vista Business.


Once IP camera setup complete access can be done with any browser regardless of operating system. So even if its on Vista, XP or Linux it will be accessible. For example if Camera IP has been set as 192.168.0.33, You need to type http://192.168.0.33 in your browser (IE 7 will work).
If you dont have user manual you can get from the link below
ftp://download.level1.info/manual/WCS-2010(EN).pdf

If you need further assistance please post your question
Good Luck

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Hello,
There are a couple things to check. Make certain that you have port forwarding enabled for port 80/80 to the IP address of the camera. Make certain that you have port forward for port 8080/0 to the IP address of the camera. Find your IP address for your Internet connection - you can go to ipchicken.com and it will display your IP address for you. Then open your browser, type in your Internet IP address on the address line and hit enter. That should bring up the guest log in window and you can log in to view the video stream. If you want to log in to the camera console to change configurations, just type the camera user name and password instead of the guest user name and log in.
Hope this helps!

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try using predefined IP addresses. Let each pc make it's own IP address and see if the conflicts continue, if they do, post again. :)

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