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Help editing set up on TP cams already on the network to enable motion detection.
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December 16, 2014 - 11:23 am
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Thanks for your patience

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December 16, 2014 - 12:35 pm
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Not a problem. If you need assistance our techs can help you with this configuration. They can walk you through the steps. 

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December 16, 2014 - 12:45 pm
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I thought there was more to my last post, but here is what I left out:

Great. Now where do I get the wifi/Ethernet adapter like you have. Does SCK sell it? Does it need set up or is it plug and play?

 

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Unfortunately we do not carry this product.

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December 16, 2014 - 1:47 pm
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Thanks once again for all your help!

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December 22, 2014 - 2:54 pm
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Jose Malave said
This device get powered via a USB port. the Ethernet port gets connected on one of the PoE ports and you log into the SSID that this device transmits on. It would be the same as if you had an Ethernet cable connected to your tablet. 

Hi,

i plugged on end of the wifi to Ethernet connector to the usb on the recorder and plugged in an Ethernet cable from the other end of the device to the POE port on the NVR. I have gotten this far (see screenshot below) . Do I change the ip of the two TP cams to the 192.168 scheme?

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Using the Ethernet WiFi Dongle. You do not need to change the IP address. Simply make your changes for the Motion and save. At that point you are inside of the PoE switch . ;)

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It won't let me change the two TP cameras. I get this message and it defaults to one of my cams with the 192.168 scheme.

 

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The Ethernet port that you have to connect the Dongle to is one of the POE ports not the NIC card of the Recorder. This is the Recorders IP address. 

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I used the NVR address to get this far. I wasn't quite sure what address to put in. I will check what port it's plugged into.

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It is in a POE port.

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You want to input the IP address of the Camera in your Browser. You can find the cameras IP address by going into the "Remote Device" on your NVR. 

1. Right Click then select "Remote Device"

2. If you are not logged In, input your Password

3. On the Remote Device Page you will see the IP address of each Channel. This is the information you need to add in your Browser so that you can make the changes for Motion. 

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Hi,

When I put the address in the browser which is 10.1.1.104 I get the search engine. The computer does not recognize the address.

I've added it to the compatibility list . What now?

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Hi,

When I put the address in the browser which is 10.1.1.104 I get the search engine. The computer does not recognize the address.

I've added it to the compatibility list . What now?

I spoke to Gilberto this morning. Gil please add your advice and a picture with instructions on  the coupler you spoke to me about here.

 

Thanks,Tubac

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Just getting back on this. I could not get the coupler to work with my Windows 8.1 tablet. I used my old Vista notebook, and via Ethernet, connected  to one of the POE ports on my Tiny 8 Channel. My advice is don't try to use a tablet running any version of Windows. Tablets don't have Ethernet ports and you need Ethernet to connect to the NVR. 

 

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