Wireless :: How To View Cameras From Two State Locations
May 7, 2011
I setup one location (business retail shopping center) in maryland (using swann dvr/cameras- will switch to qsee) with no internet available.I setup another location (business auto shop) in virginia (using qsee dvr/cameras) with internet through verizon fios.I have internet through cox at home in virginia which I can view cameras remotely only to one location in virginia.
I am trying to setup 4 cameras to view with remote live view. I set up my server with IP addresses of 192.168.1.80 .... 85. The screen has only the option for 1 video channel. I have seen on-line screen shots that have options for channel 1 through 8. I want to assign each camera to a different channel so I will be able to use remote live view to show all 4 cameras at the same time. I can only show one at a time. Do I need a different version than 3.3 or some obscure windows 7 setting?
I can access my cameras through the Dlink web site (mydlink), but cannot access all of them through D-View Cam o n my desktop. I do a camera search and it only finds two of them and the third one it doesn't see. I tried to insert it manually and it still doesn't see it. It sees it fine in mydlink.
I've uninstalled the D-View Cam program and re-installed it, with the same results.
I have a DVR machine that I've been trying to carry out port forwarding to view cameras from outside the network. It lies on 192.168.1.31. The confusing thing is the ports. The configuration on the DVR lists a device port: 8000 and a http port: 80. I am torn between which port to forward.
I need viewing a DVR camera system remotely through a Motorola Netopia 3347 router. I was able to view the system properly for a year with the old ATT modem and a separate router, but recently the modem crashed and ATT replaced it with this Netopia that I can't for the life of me, understand.I can view locally but not remotely from the internet. I need establishing the Pinholes properly. I'm trying to get it working for port 85 for the DVR system. But I'm confused on the Internal vs. External port #'s it asks for in the Pinhole screen. No combination I enter seems to work. I even tried just using port 80 to get it working, but there was a conflict creating a pinhole for 80 since its already mapped to HTTP.
I recently installed a First Alert Security System and assigned IP address to the DVR but within the DHCP (After reading many threads, I will asssign, ping and create a static IP outside of the DHCP, maybe this will resolve the issue). I am able to view the cameras on my iPhone and HP Laptop but only internally on my network. I am trying to port forward my DVR IP address to be able to view the cameras on a public website. Although I am going to chcek and see if assigning an IP to my DVR outside of the DHCP and hopefully this will be it, I am afraid that my CradelPoint CRT 500 Modem will not support it. I read on one thread that this is a common issue after you have exhausted all the options. How can I be sure that my modem supports that my router port forwards? I want to avoid configuring to run in bridged or pass-through mode.
Has a small home network in 2 buildings with 2 wireless routers. He has fiber from the building where the dsl comes into, running up to his house where a second wireless modem is. Both are broadcasting DHCP but I only want one of them to do this. Ultimately I want his server(2008) to broadcast DHCP, but just one of the modems is fine for now.
I have a small home with two clusters of 2-3 devices which use the Internet - one ground floor, south corner, and the other top floor, north corner. I have a wireless router (Netgear N750) in the ground floor south connected to my cable modem. All devices in the area of the existing router are plugged into it (Cat5 cable). The devices in the top-north corner use wireless to communicate with the down-south router.
Running cable drops is not in scope for me, as we have a finished basement and I would have to blind drill horizontally across 50' of flooring and joists.
Tried running cabling through heat vents using a wireless camera mounted to a cable puller and all I did was discover some areas of my home that appeared to be four-dimensional. Attic not accessible in locations required for cable drops.Tried powerline devices and performance was much worse than wireless - I know that's a major YMMV situation but the Netgear ones I tried had like 5 Mbps connection rates. I also could not connect from other outlets - I have read if you had electrical work installed and have new lines run it can impact powerline performance. That may be the case in my home.
A. I have OK to poor signal strength in top-north and top rate is ~ 150 MBps off what is supposed to be 300N router. Would I get better performance if I installed a wireless router in top-north and connected the top-north devices to it? Down-south performance is fine so it's not the cable modem/internet connection.
B. I believe I'd set top-north router up as a wireless client. I've experimented with Tomato and DD-WRT but don't know how to evaluate. Any tradeoffs I should know about?
C. Any networking changes I should consider if I go with such a topology? (MTU, who does DNS, etc). Currently use router as source for DHCP and DNS lookups. Should I limit which router wireless devices may connect with?
Im running windows 7 home premium. I have a Dell Latitude D360. My laptop will connect at home or at family's wifi however it will not connect at school. There are two available wifi connections and it will not connect to either. I have followed my university's instructions to connect to the internet but no good. When I run troubleshooter the error says "unable to configure ip address" or something along those lines. I have reinstalled the network adapter, changed firewall setting. I have tried just about anything I can think of.
How to connect about 20 IP Cameras sccatered about 1km apart within a residential estate. I need to power the PoE switches at each camera location without cables and all cameras pictures/events must be monitored in a control room though a wireless network.
setting up networks with multiple locations and multiple wireless points.For example: My sisters' home has here modem in her main computer room, it has a Belkin router hooked to the modem. Then a line goes from there to my nephew's room where I tried to expand their network by adding another router. I really just wanted an access point, but they don't seem to sell these as much as they used to. Anyway, I had it working, but it was two different networks, NETWORK1 and NETWORK2. So they had to swap networks when moving around the house. what would be the best hardware setup to provide both sides of the house with some Hardwired access as well as wifi access? Right now, we have two routers, a DIR615 (or something like that) and a Cisco E1000, and again hardwire going from the main computer room to my nephew's room.Also, in my house, I have lots of stuff... I have an Actiontec Router from FIOS, feeding a small hub as well as a switch in my main room. Which then feeds a Ps3, Wii, laptop, Denon reciever, and Access Point... and also feeds my Apple TimeCapsule, which also feeds my printer. My wireless devices range from cameras, iphones/ipads, and a wifi unit (I forget what it's called, but it connects my DVR wirelessly to my network, and the DVR itself doesn't have wifi).
my question about my setup is, should everything be on one network... as in let the ActionTec handle most of the duties and use switchers and accesspoints to extend the network. Should everything be on the same wireless network and channels? Like if I used my access point to extend, do I want the same settings as my main wireless router, and would that be the same for the Apple Airport Extreme?Also, does having all these wireless networks going create any kind of hinderance on my performance. For example, the PS3 has some sort of wifi in it... it produces a SSID, but I never connect to it. Should I make sure that's off? And in my main room, should I go with just the AirPort extreme over using it and the Wireless Access point.
I have an RE1000 between my EA3500 router and two Panasonic WiFi network cameras. Sometimes the two cameras appear in the RE1000 Wireless Clients Table, sometimes one appears, and sometimes none appear. It looks like the cameras jump between the RE1000 and the EA3500. When this jump occurs, I loose connection to the cameras. If I restart the camera, it sometimes works but not always. When I disconnect the RE1000 it works OK because both cameras always use the EA3500. But the signal is very weak.
What do I need to do to get my EA3500 and RE1000 to work well with my two Panasonic network cameras?
Note that I am using 802.11b/g on the router and cameras.
home router is a wrt160n v3 With my iPad I set up the built in IPSec VPN to my office's cisco gateway. I successfully get the VPN logo. With an RDP app, i can access my work network from multiple public locations from my iPad. At home, on my laptop, I start the cisco client then use the windows rdp, presto i'm in my work network. At home on my iPad I can activate the VPN, but I can not connect with rdp. I spoke with linksys support tonight they had me add port 3389 to port range triggering and disable the firewall on the home router. This didn't solve the problem. To recap: 1) I can connect to my work network with rdp from multiple public locations, but not at home with the iPad 2) I can connect to my work network at home with my laptop with the cisco client ant the windows rdp
User is connecting to 5508, running 184.108.40.206. Previously worked on another AP. TV (client) is set to use dhcp. As other posts have mentioned, "DHCP Addr. Assignment" checkbox is not checked for this wlan, but I also switched it to Required for this wlan but it did not make any difference. Seems to be a problem with just this client as many other clients are on this AP with no problems.
Users have to register their MAC to get on our wireless system, but there is no encyption or security enabled once the device has been registered.
I need to keep surveillance on two separate remote locations, each on a different continent. They're both indoor locations and have broadband. One of these setups should be fully bidirectional so I can see them and they can see me, while the other location is unidirectional so I can see them but they can't see or hear me. In both of these farflung locations the people there have the computer skills of your average escargot, so it's going to be a complete and utter miracle if they can even figure out how to boot the PC. I would like to provide netbooks to each location and have them automatically launch a fullscreen webcam on bootup. How to get this set up properly so that it works in a foolproof manner.
Is there any way to get reports on voice utilisation on WAN links so that CAC settings can be proactively managed for each location on our CUCM cluster? Our service provider is advising that this is not possible which means that we rely on customer/staff complaints to recognise where CAC thresholds are being reached. Our preference is to be able to run traffic reports (or the Cisco equivalent) as could be done on our previous (traditional) telephony network and provide additional capacity if and when required BEFORE congestion is reached, thus minimising customer/staff impact.
We are facing a major issue of VPN tunnel going down very often. I have 7 Site-2-Site VPN connectivity, this works fine for some days and suddently VPN tunnel goes down intermettenly for one or few locations and i need to clear isakmp sa for that speicific tunnel to come up.When tunnel goes down the vpn phase 1 status.....
6 IKE Peer: 220.127.116.11 Type : L2L Role : initiator Rekey : yes State : MM_ACTIVE_REKEY 7 IKE Peer: 18.104.22.168 Type : L2L Role : responder Rekey : no State : MM_REKEY_DONE_H2
After clearing phase 1 for specific tunnel the VPN tunnel come up.
7 IKE Peer: 22.214.171.124 Type : L2L Role : responder Rekey : no State : MM_ACTIVE CINBLR01-SQDR-FIREWALL-00002# sh version Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.0(4)Device Manager Version 6.1(5) Compiled on Thu 07-Aug-08 20:53 by buildersSystem image file is "disk0:/asa804-k8.bin"Config file at boot was "startup-config" CINBLR01-SQDR-FIREWALL-00002 up 1 day 17 hours Hardware: ASA5510-K8, 256 MB RAM, CPU Pentium 4 Celeron 1600 MHzInternal ATA Compact Flash, 256MBBIOS Flash M50FW080 @ 0xffe00000, 1024KB
This platform has an ASA 5510 Security Plus license.
We purchased a database program which has 3 licenses attached. This is a small non-profit org. We would all like to be able to use the program from our homes. What is the best way for all to share and update data to the same database? Would we all be able to work on it simultaneously?
why one of my two offices experiences significantly slower speeds when accessing the web. I'm a complete technology simpleton, so I haven't been able to figure out a logical reason for it. Here's the scenario:
Office 1..................................................Office 2 ==========..........................................=========== Comcast Business.....................................Comcast Business tests at 33 mbps down..............................tests at 7 mbps down tests at 6 mbps up....................................tests at 3 mbps up 6 CPUs access Linksys SR216 10/100 switch..6 CPUs access 3Com Office Connect Ethernet Hub switch accesses Comcast modem.................hub accesses Comcast modem
My laptop, and all other CPUs, perform significantly faster at Office 2.
Is it the difference between the switch at Office 1 v the hub at Office 2? I always thought they were sort of the same thing. I know I've taken some of the cables out of the switch in Office 1 and put them directly into the Comcast Modem and haven't seen any improvement.
Why on earth does my laptop perform so much better at Office 2. I've also moved desktops to Office 2 and they are noticeable faster at that location as well. I'm stumped. We access a major company's web site for account servicing, and it is twice as fast at Office 2...while using the exact same laptop.
I work as a systems administrator for a global company and currently right now all my end users which is roughly 300 all use VPN from there office location to dial back into the server or use terminal server. I would like to know how to connect there locations back to main site without using VPN. What would be the cheapest and or easiest method to complete this.
I set up a network drive in my computer that links to an FTP directory on my server.... However all the jpg files are showing the default jpg icon. I want to see a thumbnail of the actual image if possible. Im running windows vista and windows 7. Same issue on both. Also, I tried hard to change the network drive .ICO file.... Tried creating a shortcut and doing it that way.. still no luck.
I'm setting up two separate 5510's at two seperate locations. The client wants two seperate SSL-VPN's; one for the HQ and one for the COLO location. They have a single domain for which I have added a-records to point to the corrosponding ASA's thusly: [code]
My questions is this: do i need to buy seperate certificates for each ASA/fqdn/IP combo? I'm using godaddy to buy the certs. If I do need to buy seperate certs, that makes the installation easier, but may waste $$. If I only need to buy one cert, how do I set it up so that both combo's are verified?
I have VPN connections in between my HO and branch locations. I am using ASA in HO and 1841 branch locations. One of the location is keep on disconnecting, why this is happening as i can see the configurations are identical to other locations.In 'sh crypto isakmp sa' output i can see multiple entries for this particular location, one with type 'L2L' and others with type 'user'.
Firewall ASA5510. I'm planning to get one of ASA5510 for our office in order to secure our network properly, however we have quite specific routing configuration to allow us failover to the remote location (data center) in case of any disaster with our server. I'd like to find out if I can just install firewall between our ISP Ruter and internet and allow traffic to/from Data Centre. In this situation will I have to change routing configuration on Company Router or do I have to do anything with our Company Router
I have 2 dual ASA 5520 devices running VPN at two geographically different locations. What is the best way to do failover between the two remote locations?i.e. can Cisco GSS / Cisco CSM/ACE be used and if so how would this work.
I have three computers in a Workgroup and I can transfer files through all the computers properly. However I cant set up permissions to who can access these files. The three computers are Windows 7 64bit desktop, Windows 7 64bit laptop, Windows XP Professional 32bit desktop.
What I tried so far... Right-click on folder I wanted to share Click on Sharing Tab Click on Advanced Sharing>Permissions>Add...>Locations
I only see the name of the local computer, I don't see the two other computers on the network. The window looks similar to this, how I can find the other computers in my network, in the locations window.
I have configured a VPN tunnel between two remote locations using static IP addresses on two RV042 routers. The tunnel seems to work but the problem is that when the two hosts attempt to ping each other only one can successfully ping. One PC with IP address 192.168.1.100 can ping across the network but the second PC with IP address 192.168.2.100 cannot. These are laptops seperate from the intranet used to test the tunnel. Someone had suggested NAT may be the issue so I enabled NAT Transverse on the routers but still no luck. The following is the results from a ping test.
PC 1 ping 192.168.2.1
Pinging 192.168.2.1 with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.2.1: bytes=32 time=116ms TTL=63 [Code] ......