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VEO observer hard wired version

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I just reinstalled my VEO Observer (hard wired) and have it plugged into my linksys router n type wireless. I can see the camera in my house with my 4 or 5 computers just by linking the IP address. The part I dont understand very well is at work (Comunity College) with an anal IT department I cant connect at all. I am told that there are public connection and priviate. Bottom line is: How do can I view my camera from my schools network. I am sure there must be a way
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First of all have you tried testing it in your laptop using a wireless connection before trying to test it in your library? For better understanding please use this link inorder to help you more
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You can always use remote pc control software.

I use logmein.com, it works well, and it's free.

Just a thought.

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Hi,

Did you configure the webcam to be accessible over the internet? The IP address that you are using in your home network for the cam is only valid there (I assume you are running on a workgroup).

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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    Damen Wong Jan 25, 2008

    Could you please tell me the exact model of your camera?

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    Damen Wong Jan 25, 2008

    You camera should come with software that includes a built-in web server allows camera to be accessed by standard Internet browser

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