IP Network Cameras are designed to work in a Local Area Network (LAN) and over the Internet. Within a LAN, IP Network Cameras allow for motoring local to the computer network to which the cameras are attached to. With additional configuration of your computer network you have the ability to allow for your IP Network Camera to be monitored not only locally but remotely as well using the Internet.

How to access security camera over the Internet. Before getting to the subject matter, it bears mentioning that for the following actions to work out, you should begin with installing your IP security camera and connecting it to a router. Step 1: For a start let's find out your camera's IP address. To do that open configuration software of your Step 1 Launch your web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox).. Step 2 Enter the IP address of the camera in the address field and then press Enter.. Live video is displayed in your web browser. If it is the first time installing the camera, a dialog box prompts for information. Follow the instructions to install the required plug-in on your computer. The address for "myip.opendns.com" is your public IP. Suppose your router's public IP is 109.173.137.12 and you have forwarded external port 8080 to the camera's ONVIF port 80, you can set up your camera with address 109.173.137.12:8080, and access it anywhere in the world. Dynamic DNS The default gateway is essentially the place where your camera will look to access the internet. If this setting in your camera is missing or incorrect, the camera doesn't know where to send internet information to. In 99% of all network configurations the default gateway is the internal IP address of your router. Make sure the NVR can access the Internet. Connect IP cameras to the PoE NVR directly by Ethernet cables. Enabled with PoE technology, the NVR can deliver power to the IP cameras. Connect the NVR and a monitor or TV via a VGA or HDMI cable. Make sure the monitor or TV is connected via the correct input (e.g. VGA, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, etc.) If all

5. Run the software SADP tool and click refresh. It will find the camera's IP. 6. Select the device on the tool and create a new password to activate it. The new password should contain 8-16 characters with at least two combinations of numbers, lowercase, uppercase, and special characters. 7. Access camera by its IP on the browser. You had

5. Run the software SADP tool and click refresh. It will find the camera's IP. 6. Select the device on the tool and create a new password to activate it. The new password should contain 8-16 characters with at least two combinations of numbers, lowercase, uppercase, and special characters. 7. Access camera by its IP on the browser. You had Access in browser. To access the IP camera configuration menu in a browser web page, follow these steps: 1. Open the web browser (i.e. Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox). 2. Type the camera's IP address in the browser address bar and press Enter. 3. At the login prompt, type the following default login credentials: Say your IP camera has IP 192.168.1.10 (which is the default IP of most static IP Sunba PTZ camera), and your router has IP 192.168.1.1, which is also the gateway of your LAN. When connected to the Internet, your local network will have a corresponding WAN (Wide Area Network) IP, which you can find on your router:

After your cameras have been port forwarded, open up your camera with your internet browser of choice: Safari, Internet Explorer, or Chrome. For more information on how to access the web user for your camera click here. For DVRs or NVRs click here. Remote Access on PC.

As explained in our article connecting security cameras to the internet, for the camera to be reachable from the computer on your network, its IP address has to match the IP scheme of your network. In our case our router IP is 192.168.1.1, so we are going to have to change the IP address of the camera. Your modem/router won't let you just do that, otherwise someone with malicious intent who knows your IP address would have access to your network. It's important, then, that you should connect your camera to this address using a port. Think of this as an access code. Only traffic that uses a certain access code to connect to your camera gains How to access security camera over the Internet. Before getting to the subject matter, it bears mentioning that for the following actions to work out, you should begin with installing your IP security camera and connecting it to a router. Step 1: For a start let's find out your camera's IP address. To do that open configuration software of your Step 1 Launch your web browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer Mozilla Firefox).. Step 2 Enter the IP address of the camera in the address field and then press Enter.. Live video is displayed in your web browser. If it is the first time installing the camera, a dialog box prompts for information. Follow the instructions to install the required plug-in on your computer.