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How to connect samsung camera model no. sco 2080 r to the internet via dvr

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Best results are to use a Netopia WiFi Business Router for a DVR installation. A Siemans modems will drop the CCTV connection at random and you will have to restart the DVR manually...which defeats the purpose of having constant video being remotely accessed. We are switching to Netopia to solve our problem with AT&T and Siemans.

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u need a public ip with an open port, and portforward the port with the ip of ur dvr

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Easy, From the start menu - select programs - then select internet sharing. You have to connect to the internet from your phone and not from your computer.And make sure it's on active sync. I tried forever to connect using my laptop ... felt real stupid when i realized one has to connect from the phone. And check if your Mobile Device Centre settings are ticked of correctly. 

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you can use a RCA wire connection from your camera to your Samsung SSC DVR. The RCA wire is the Yellow, red and white wire. Its also known as AV cables. The yellow stands for video while the white and red stands for audio. You can visit the below link in other to know what the wire looks like:

http://www.dnr-cables.com/rca_cables.html

Follow the instructions below:

  1. Plug the AV cables into the Output jacks on the camera, using the yellow plug for the video jack and the white or black plug for the audio.
  2. Connect the plugs on the other end to the Input jacks on the back of the DVR, using the same color codes to match the plugs to the jacks.
  3. Insert the AC adapter power plug into the back of the security camera and connect the other end to a power outlet.
  4. Set up the DVR for timed or continuous recording by pressing the "Menu" button on the control panel and using the up and down arrow keys to reach the recording options. The precise procedure differs with different DVR models, although the options are typically instant recording, timed recording and continuous recording, in which new video is recorded over older content as the DVR's internal memory fills up.
Good luck.

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