Hello I bought a simple wifi webcam -NEO COOLCAM NIP-61GE MINI Wifi IP Camera wi-fi 720P Wireless P2P CCTV, and I can not connect to the wifi network. I have a Cisco eps 3825 cable modem. After powering on, the webcam passes the test (turns) and starts to emit a cyclical sound. I run the indicated APK -P2PIPCamHi- Add Camera- WiFI Search- and the camera is invisible. When I give the camera UID, no connection. Is this a problem with the router or the camera may be damaged. It was tested at 1m from the modem. Maybe in this case you need some settings in the modem (no access). I will be grateful for your suggestions. greetings
Do something like it is on the given video. If there was enough smartphone with the application to establish a connection ... Does it have any input on the network cable? There are no instructions for this camera? It looks like a p2p webcam, i.e. it must work with some application on your smartphone or computer. But cameras are not my plot.
If the webcam recommends a dedicated program for Android, it is easier to configure it on a smartphone. I have a Techage webcam and started on the phone without problems (YYP2P application). I wrote the ID of the camera with a standard password (123) which later can be I can see it and I can see it from another network without any problems. In contrast, I have a similar configuration problem on a laptop (Windows 7). The CMSClient program sees the camera on the network and I can not find it from the T-mobile network (Router Huawei B-315s). Maybe someone knows how to configure it
My point is for a webcam working in the Lukman network (with a public address) having an assigned IP address you could see on a working laptop in the T-mobile network, so theoretically no static address is required in this network But maybe you're right. Maybe someone else will say something in this topic. Thanks in advance
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One more thing. I am concluding a contract for mobile internet at t-Mobile. Does any mobile network offer a public address and does it involve an additional fee?