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I sure that it does in order for the router to handshake with the camera, The gbiggest objection I have with the camera is that it sends a large number of "false reports" of activity while it is passively watching a front door and hallway. This can be confirmed by the video bit that is recorder. Haven't figured out … see more I sure that it does in order for the router to handshake with the camera, The gbiggest objection I have with the camera is that it sends a large number of "false reports" of activity while it is passively watching a front door and hallway. This can be confirmed by the video bit that is recorder. Haven't figured out if
shadows from outside or the noise of passing-by traffic has been doing the triggering, but it basically,
at least in the location, indoors that I had set it up, been ineffective. The old story of "crying wolf" too often, falsely, make a "real situation" unnoticeable. Neat idea, but I am "luke warm" in its usefulness. see less
I sure that it does in order for the router to handshake with the camera, The gbiggest objection I have with the camera is that it sends a large number of "false reports" of activity while it is passively watching a front door and hallway. This can be confirmed by the video bit that is recorder. Haven't figured out if
shadows from outside or the noise of passing-by traffic has been doing the triggering, but it basically,
at least in the location, indoors that I had set it up, been ineffective. The old story of "crying wolf" too often, falsely, make a "real situation" unnoticeable. Neat idea, but I am "luke warm" in its usefulness.

By Erik L. Burro on March 29, 2013
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Yes, but you have to set it up via the procedure for pairing it with a wireless printer with the same protocol.
By Dan's Review on May 28, 2014
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yes
By JDawg on November 1, 2013
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As long as you don't give them your username and password you'll be ok
By Greg S on September 9, 2016
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No
By Kindle Customer on November 30, 2014
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use tiny cam app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alexvas.dvr.pro you can use up to 25 cameras
By Albyati on August 8, 2014
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yes
By Bob on October 13, 2014
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No - camera is not for outside use; not weatherproof.
By Bud on July 8, 2013
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YES
By Victor F. on May 5, 2014