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					                       Essential Steps to set up IP cameras

Today the internet has become the part and parcel of life and even in the security purpose
the use of Wireless IP Cameras have become rampant. If one has certain queries about
their installation these are the simple steps one needs to follow:

1. First of all connect the network camera's to the computer using the Ethernet cable. The
Ethernet port on the camera is located at backside. In laptop's, the port will is generally
found on the side of the keyboard. The port essentially looks like large phone jacks and if
you're having any trouble finding them simply refer owner's manuals, where they are clearly
labeled.

2. Next step is to switch on the computer and run the installation software which comes on a
disc with the camera.

3. A menu will pop up prompting you to enter the camera's IP address.

4. Enter the camera's IP address found on camera's packaging, in its owner's manual or on
camera label.

5. Once completed it may further ask for camera's manufacturer. Click "FINISH" on the menu
after that.

6. Finally, place your camera's in the area you wish to remotely monitor. You may need a long
Ethernet cable for this, as the camera's must always be connected to the Internet via a
computer or router. Alternatively, you can purchase a wireless adapter and simply connect
transmitter to the camera and a receiver to the computer.

Turn on the Security Cameras to browse camera images from anywhere in the world by
entering the camera's IP address into a web browser's address bar.
Essential Steps to set up IP cameras

Today the internet has become the part and parcel of life and even in the security purpose
the use of Wireless IP Cameras have become rampant. If one has certain queries about
their installation these are the simple steps one needs to follow:

1. First of all connect the network camera's to the computer using the Ethernet cable. The
Ethernet port on the camera is located at backside. In laptop's, the port will is generally
found on the side of the keyboard. The port essentially looks like large phone jacks and if
you're having any trouble finding them simply refer owner's manuals, where they are clearly
labeled.

2. Next step is to switch on the computer and run the installation software which comes on a
disc with the camera.

3. A menu will pop up prompting you to enter the camera's IP address.

4. Enter the camera's IP address found on camera's packaging, in its owner's manual or on
camera label.

5. Once completed it may further ask for camera's manufacturer. Click "FINISH" on the menu
after that.

6. Finally, place your camera's in the area you wish to remotely monitor. You may need a long
Ethernet cable for this, as the camera's must always be connected to the Internet via a
computer or router. Alternatively, you can purchase a wireless adapter and simply connect
transmitter to the camera and a receiver to the computer.

Turn on the Security Cameras to browse camera images from anywhere in the world by
entering the camera's IP address into a web browser's address bar.

For more information on wireless IP Cameras and Security Cameras, visit our website:
http://www.ipcamerausa.com/

				
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Description: IP cameras Offers DVRs, CCTV and many other security cams for indoor and outdoor surveillance. Our ip cameras or network cameras use Mega-pixel CMOS Sensor and provide Built-in CF Card Slot for Local Storage. It’s a low cost solution for surveillance at homes, schools, shops, offices and so on.