Posts posted by Trinicloud
was hoping to get 24/7 or atleast 12/7....
1 minute ago, tomcctv said:
That will need more than 1 app
p2p QR code ...... With connection with China server .......It would be simpler to connect to a NVR for remote view
you still need to give brands of cameras your using
The camer is a 360Eye .. model: EC18D-M10 http://angevision.com/html_products/AG-EC18D-M10-WIFI-Bulb-IP-CAMERA-294.html
9 minutes ago, tomcctv said:
Hi. P2P is not a good thing .... And it does not help in your requirements
onvif is what your looking for
in some cases IP cameras can connect to other NVRs not made by same manufacturer as cameras ..... A protocol is something that allows other brands to connect to each other
you would have to list your cameras and NVR you intend to use.
Again this is nothing to do with p2p ......you just need to direct cameras to NVR over the network ..... P2p usually goes out to a 3rd party and that is never good
Thanks for your reply, the reason i mentioned p2p is that the small manual that comes with the cameras only suggest about connecting via a mobile app and scanning of a QR code
What are some good NVR that support p2p cameras from almost any brand ? i got 10 to 16 ip cameras to be installed at 4 locations that support p2p and i want to record and monitor streams at my main office.
Good morning all,
I am new to the whole security camera/surveillance thing. I have been an IT guy for the last 20 years and recently one of my clients when and purchased 16 of these http://angevision.com/html_products/AG-EC18D-M10-WIFI-Bulb-IP-CAMERA-294.html for his 8 store outlets. Each one of his stores has internet access so he is enjoying being able to view remote what goes on at each store via his cellphone. He asked me a few days ago if it would be possible to remotely store the feeds of each of the cameras at his office and view them on a large tv display or two.
Now off the top of my head i when i thought maybe a Synology or Qnap nas with their surveillance software can work, but the Camera does not support Onvif from what i have read and mainly works via p2p. I have reached out to the manufacturer via email to ask them a few questions about which one of their own nvrs can be used or what other brand nvr they would recommend for remote storage and viewing.
Hopefully someone here can give me some pointers on what options are possible.
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Thanks for the reply tomcctv.. sadly i wasnt the one that purchased the cameras.. i would have done my search, but these are what the owner gave me to work with .. i would see what else i can besides throwing these away