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:
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.