February 20, 2014
The cameras you should be able to log into on mac with safari, chrome, Fire fox. The NVR you would need to use techpross or a PC to log into. For configuration of system it is strongly recommended you use a PC for viewing macs are good. the cameras come with an IP address of 192.168.1.108. If that does not match your subnet either the subnet from router can be changed or the camera. If you cannot access camera than it is generally easier to change subnet router is handing out. If you feel like your over your head feel free to use chat support or call in for help. Any of the support people can remote in to your computer and help you out.
February 23, 2014
January 3, 2014
You can change IP address,but do not change the Mac,or it will cause unkown error.
Esure: He was referring to a Macintosh. Not the Mac Address of the camera.
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