Foscam FI8918W Wireless/Wired IP Camera, Pan 300° Tilt 120° With 9dbi Antennas, Stronger WiFi Signal - 2 Pack
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- Simple setup, Friendly GUI, DIY installation.
- High image & video quality, Two-way audio monitoring.
- Allows remote Pan/Tilt control (Pan: 300°; Tilt: 120°).
- Freely control IR LED ON/OFF.
- Auto IR-LED illumination for night vision (up to 8 metres).
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The Foscam FI8918W INDOOR Wireless IP Camera features high quality video and audio, pan/tilt, remote internet viewing, motion detection, night-vision as well as a built in network video recording system. In addition, it is smartphone compatible (Iphone, Android & Blackberry) as well as viewable over the internet network using the standard Safari browser (no app necessary). The camera functions well as an Iphone baby monitor or as part of a home or office security system with remote internet monitoring ability. This is an INDOOR IP CAMERA. Includes two cameras and two signal boost antennas.
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All in all, very happy with these Foscam cams. The only thing that I would probably say takes some time is the configuration. It's not the worst thing in the world if you've configured network devices, but if you've never done it, there's a little bit of a learning curve and the interface is pretty awful. Also, you won't get sound unless you use IE. I've seen some people write some code in Android that supposedly mitigates this, but I haven't really touched it so I can't vouch for it. The IE code is definitely one of the browser limitations though. As far as I know, Foscam hasn't released any APIs that allow you to tinker with the sound itself. Everything else can be done as far as moving the camera around and turning the IR on and off and so on. Very nice from my iPad and phone.
And now we can be sure that our kitties are doing well when we're out of town. Yah!
I have Windows 7 64 Bit, Verizon FIOS wireless router
1. Run the CD and install the software. Follow the instructions.
2. To get your pictures forwarded to your email, start up a FREE email account from [...]. Gmail doesn't work, I didn't try MSN or Yahoo!. I just went ahead and started gmx like some of the online tutorials. Go to DEVICE MANAGEMENT-->MAIL SERVICE SETTINGS. Start filling stuff out.
- SMTP Server: mail.gmx.com you can find in your email account under settings where it tells you what it is.
- SMTP Port: 587 - it tells you right below, which number you can use.
- Transport Layer Security: NONE.
- Need Authentication: CHECK - You need access to your email account right? Type in your login and password for your associated email.
- Report Internet IP by mail: CHECK - I'm not sure if you need to, but i just did
- SUBMIT - You have to click Submit FIRST
if your test fails, then try diff combinations of TLS and port.
3. To view your camera on your network, you need to PORT FORWARD. Go to DEVICE MANAGEMENT-->BASIC NETWORK SETTINGS.
- [...] Port: 8090 - per provided instructions.
- Go into whatever router you have, go into settings to find port forward and port forward your camera's IP address to your router. Make sure you use the port you created; 8090, so something like, (camera's ip):8090
This will only allow you to view your camera on your network, via iPhone, Android...etc apps and your IE, Firefox(when you type in the IP address) Once you step out of your network, you can't view it. Say you're at work or on vacation using internet, you can't view it!
4. To view it outside of your network, you need to setup DDNS. Go to [...] It's free. Add a host and create a name for yourself. Install the software on your computer and link your port w/ your IP to the software you just installed. Pretty much, you are linking your IP to this new host you just created. Now you can view your camera anywhere by using your host address. Something like...xxxx.no-ip.org