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VS-IP07 IP Network IR Security Camera

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H.264 Linux D1 Wifi CMOS IP Camera with HI3510 CPU/64MB SDRAM/8MB FLASH


Support IE- DDNS and client software
Real-time surveillance and play-back
Supports Internet listening, Internet broadcasting, two-way audio function with built-in microphone and speaker
Supports local and internet storage
Built-in Micro SD slot with variuos internet storage protocols
Supports network hard disk function
Wireless alarm gateway function supporting variuos wireless remote controls
Variety of internet protocols
Support IPv4/IPv6, HTTP, TCP, ICMP, RTP, UDP, IGMP, RTCP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, UP
Support local and internet alarm and mobile alarm
Support video motion detection and privacy masking functions
Support SDK integrated development
Support alarm interface

VS-IP07 IP Network IR Security Camera

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Viewing an IP Network Camera over the Internet
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 local monitoring to a computer network. A wired or Wireless Network IP camera is interfaced/connected with the computer router or HUB. 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 through the Internet.

Configuration - Local Access
Before you are able to configure your IP camera to work over the Internet we suggest configuring the camera for local access first. Refer to the technical documentation supplied with your Network IP camera for proper instructions and configuration. Once the camera has been configured for local access you are then ready to start configuration for remote access to the IP camera over the Internet.

Configuration - Remote Access
Before you proceed to configure your local network to allow your camera to be monitored from a remote location, we suggest that you contact your network administrator to ensure you have the proper authority to configure remote access to the camera. Once you have consulted with your network administrator you may proceed to configure remote access to the camera.

In order to configure your Network IP Camera to stream over the Internet, one needs to first configure what is called Port Forwarding. Port Forwarding allows for you to access the IP Camera from a remote location by forwarding the network ports used by the camera onto the Internet. These ports are usually forwarded by accessing your network's router and configuring the router to forward the ports used by the camera.

For details as to what ports will be required for forwarding for your IP Network Camera, please consult the manufacturer of your camera. For additional information beyond this guide regarding Port Forwarding, please visit www.portforward.com where you will be able to find step by step guides on Port Forwarding specific to different models of routers.

Obtain IP Address Information
In order to access your network's router for configuration of port forwarding you will require the IP Address of the router to which the IP camera is connected. You can obtain this IP Address information by consulting the network administrator of your network or by opening up a Command Prompt within Windows and entering in the "ipconfig /all" command. To open a command prompt window you will need to click on the Window's Start button and then proceed to click on Run. Now you will enter in "cmd" and click on "Ok" to proceed.

Not Sure what to do?
A large number of IP cameras can be connected to your network and in this regard it is important not to choke or "bottleneck" your network with too many cameras.  In terms of recording what the network cameras can see or record when motion is detected, the more IP cameras on the network the more HDD is required.  We recommend for larger IP Surveillance the user considers running the IP cameras through an independent networkSitting on the new network is what we call an NVR or Network Video Recorder.  The NVR is similar in many ways to an analogue DVR or Digital Video Recorder but more advanced and of course designed for networking. Please contact us for more information.

VS-IP07 IP Network IR Camera Specifications

Motion Detection Email video support
Wi-Fi & WCDMA functions
Ideal for homes and stores
Sony CCD & CMOS fixed camera lens options
H.264/MJPEG Dual Video Streaming

Streaming IP Video
The video depcited below reveals the overall quality of a 1.3 Megapixel IP Camera.  As the recording quality is so much higher than any analogue camera, the ability to "freeze frame" and capture high resolution video clips surpasses that of most other CCTV cameras in the market. So even with a wide angle view, it is possible to save a clip or image then enhance that image through PC or Client Software to actually read a vehicle number or license plate at a distance.  What can be achieved with an IP Megapixel IP camera wide angle view would require a close up telephoto view or multiple cameras using an analogue camera and DVR system.

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