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Linksys Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera
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- High-performance network camera provides a low-cost, convenient solution for remote monitoring and home security
- Stand-alone system with a built-in CPU, Web server and multiple video format compatibility
- Multifunctional surveillance system supports high-quality video and audio
- Authentication process requires a user name and password set by the camera's administrator
- IEEE 802.3u, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
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Send live audio and video to a smartphone or web browser anywhere in the world! The Cisco-Linksys wireless-N internet home monitoring camera connects to your network wirelessly, and delivers a live audio/video stream to a smartphone or browser anywhere. Also captures video streams and sends email alerts with video clips upon motion detection.
From the Manufacturer
The Wireless-N Internet Home Monitoring Camera is designed to send live video to your home computers, or through the Internet to a web browser or smartphone anywhere in the world! This compact, self-contained unit lets you keep track of your home, your kids, your workplace -- whatever's important to you.
A Camera That Stands Alone
Unlike standard "web cams" that require an attached PC, the Internet Home Monitoring Camera contains its own web server, so it can connect directly to a network, over either Wireless-N or wired Ethernet. High-quality, high-framerate video compression creates a sharp, up to 640x480, video stream. View the real-time feed on your networked computers at home, on the Web, or on your web or RTSP-enabled smartphone when you're on the go.
Greater Security at a Glance
Perfect for keeping an eye on family, property, or anything important to you. The wireless connectivity and compact design makes for easy placement (mounted on a wall, or use the included desktop stand), so you can enjoy the peace of mind of reliable vigilance.
In Security Mode, the camera sends an email with a short video attached to up to three recipients whenever it detects motion in its field of view. You can then log onto the live video stream if the situation warrants. Use the included Viewer & Recorder utility to record the audio/video stream from multiple cameras to your local hard drive or shared network drive, “live,” or on a predetermined schedule. The camera can also record directly to a compatible NAS device.
Choose Your Audience
You can keep your video stream secure and private within your home network, or share it by creating password-protected accounts. Or simply stream your broadcast to the web for the world to see.
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The cameras come with an installation DVD that is easy to use and very straightforward in its instruction. I have successfully installed six of these now and I am no IT genius. You do have to learn how to program your wifi router and assign port numbers to allow for internet access. There are numerous YouTube videos that are more than adequate to teach you how to work this out. Go for it.
Called Cisco support, what a joke. Diconnected after on hold for 30 minutes. Second a call a few days later, technician remotely logged into my laptop. Could not get camera to work using Explorer. So she loaded Google Chrome, same problem, could not get camera to work. She loaded Firefox, finally got the camera to work on my laptop. Technician walked through the Cisco install procedure until she got to the TZO set-up and got the same "Oooops..." message. She said it must be a TZO problem, so give them a call, and then wanted to know if there was anything else she could do for me, after 1 hour on the phone --- what a joke!
A few other notes. The camera changed IP addresses a few times so I had to track it down and manually enter the IP address into Cisco's software. When working on Firefox, I tried to get motion detection and email alerts working. Turns out you need a bunch of information like the SMTP server of your email account. Many people have problems getting email alerts to work, go check out the support forums (Cisco and TZO) and find out for yourself.
I suggest you stay away from this unless you have a bunch of time to devote and a level of technical understanding to identify Ip addresses, open ports, and figure out your email SMTP servers. The cloud based camera that starts with a "D" arrived yesterday and I had it running in a few minutes, everything -- local access, remote access, iphone access, email alerts. Good luck if you decide to proceed with the Cisco option.
- Reliable, it needed to be able to do what it was supposed to do w/o having someone to reboot it or fiddle
- Reasonable Quality, it needed to be able to capture a license plate from 25' during the day
- Wireless, it wasn't going to be close enough to plug into the router
- Email Notification, if something happened I needed an email w/ pictures
My take on these points from my experience over the past 6 months:
- Reliable? Yes. Once I got it setup it did exactly what it was setup to do, it would come back functional after power failures and operated in a dusty and generally crappy environment
- Reasonably Quality? Eh. I set the camera up to email me 10 images when motion would occur, the images were sufficient quality to be able to read large lettering on commercial trucks, and I could /sometimes/ make out a license plate if the vehicle were parked close. In general I have to say though that I am disappointed in the image quality considering the outstanding quality that can be had in even the cheapest point and shoot cameras these days
- Wireless? Eh. Once it's setup it works fine... but what a pain to get it setup. I found myself having to constantly play back/forth between hard-wire and attempting to get wi-fi until I was hitting the correct settings. Maybe the process would be easier if I used the CD, but I didn't, I chose to setup it manually through the camera's web interface. It supports WEP, WPA and WPA2. I believe it only supports TKIP, so you have to be sure that your router is set for TKIP or TKIP+AES
- Email Notification? Yes! This was probably the best feature. I created an email account just for this camera, that setup piece was very easy (on the camera) and after defining my motion detection area (IE only, Firefox, Safari, etc do not work!) it was emailing me photos based on motion events. Be careful w/ the motion area otherwise you may find yourself with hundreds of emails from passing cars, etc. You might also want to define motion detection times to exclude after dark if you have no exterior lighting--my setup would get a motion trigger from every car that would drive by because their headlights would reflect on the window glass.
Overall this is a decent camera, but it's really the quality that I would have expected in 2001, not 2011. The price is good at just over $100, but the quality really needs to be bumped up for this to be good.
Out of all the ~$100 priced cameras, Linksys is definitely my #1 choice however.