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Video Demo- accessing IP camera web page within NVR POE switch
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shockwave199
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August 21, 2014 - 11:08 pm
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I finally got around to making a quick video on this. I hope it helps someone. If an NVR with POE built in is what you prefer, you can still hit a cameras web service page. This is the best of both worlds.

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Nice video. 

Here is an Article I wrote not to long ago with other methods from connecting to the IP camera to connecting into the Recorders Web Service without a router for those that do not have a Monitor or Router.

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Very well made video and informative. 

Thanks!

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Awesome video! If you don’t mind losing a PoE port, you can leave it connected in this way to always have access to the internal web service of the camera. You can then statically assign your network adapter to match that of your regular network, then hit the advanced button to add an additional ip address that matches the switch. You will then always have access to the cameras, and still have access to your regular network/internet.

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