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It would be possible to do this if the camera is actually using 802.11b (or g) ethernet and if the camera can be configured with an IP address. The specifications listing for your camera should provide the answer. There are other transmission methods that use 2.4gHz, so it's possible that the camera is not compatible with the wireless adapter on the computer.
If you determine that the camera is using 802.11b, you may need to run the wireless adapter on your computer in "ad hoc" mode in order to communicate with with the camera, unless you have a wireless router or access point.
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
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