- 1 Which app is best for watching CCTV on Android?
- 2 Why won’t my CCTV connect to my phone?
- 3 How can I connect my CCTV camera online?
- 4 How can I connect my CCTV camera to my phone through WiFi?
- 5 How can I use mobile as CCTV without Internet?
- 6 How can I watch live CCTV on mobile?
- 7 Why can’t I see my CCTV remotely?
- 8 Why won’t my CCTV connect to the Internet?
- 9 How do I connect my CCTV to my wireless router?
- 10 How do I setup my DVR remotely?
- 11 How do I find the IP address of my CCTV camera?
Which app is best for watching CCTV on Android?
Android IP Camera Apps
- Optica. Android Security Camera App Name: OpticaMobile.
- Milestone. Android IP Camera App Name: XProtect Mobile.
- Smartvue. Android IP Camera App Name: Smartvue Android App.
- Vivotek. Android IP Camera App Name: iViewer LITE.
- QNAP. Android IP Camera App Name: VMobile.
Why won’t my CCTV connect to my phone?
If you are unable to view your CCTV on your mobile device, the problem will be related to your Internet Router (WiFi) not sending an internet connection to your CCTV Recorder ( DVR / NVR).
How can I connect my CCTV camera online?
The Internet connection coming from the modem connects to the router’s WAN port. The LAN port is used for other network devices, such as computers, IP cameras or NVRs to connect to. All router’s have some sort of a firewall to prevent unauthorized access from the internet (WAN) in to your local network (LAN).
How can I connect my CCTV camera to my phone through WiFi?
Connect your camera to a Wi-Fi network
- Turn on your VR camera.
- Check if your phone is connected to your Wi-Fi.
- On your Android phone, open the VR180 app.
- If you haven’t already, connect your camera to the app.
- Tap More. Settings.
- Choose the camera you want to connect.
- Tap Connect to WiFi.
- Select your Wi-Fi network.
How can I use mobile as CCTV without Internet?
Answer: If you need a security camera for off-grid sites without WiFi and cellular service, the best option is go for the battery security cameras that support local recording to an SD card, like Argus 2. And then you can take the SD card out of the camera to review footage on your computer.
How can I watch live CCTV on mobile?
Watch this video to see a live security camera view using the iDVR-PRO CCTV App for Android. This Android app allows users to remotely connect to an iDVR-PRO surveillance DVR and view live streaming video from their CCTV cameras.
Why can’t I see my CCTV remotely?
What to Do If You Cannot Remotely View Security Cameras Using the Internet via Port Forwarding. Make sure your cameras are connected to the network. Ensure all the ports of the network configuration are mapped to the Internet. Open the firewall in the router to allow Internet access to the camera.
Why won’t my CCTV connect to the Internet?
In the DVR / NVR Network menu, ensure your system is set to DHCP instead of Static. Restore the Network settings to default in the Network menu in your DVR / NVR. Ensure your subnet mask is not set to 0. If you are using a network switch, eliminate the connection and try a direct connection to your router.
How do I connect my CCTV to my wireless router?
How to use Wireless Security Cameras with a WiFi Router
- Step 1: Determine the WiFi strength of your wireless network.
- Step 2: Power and Configure the Wireless Security Camera for your Network.
- Step 3: Access the IP Camera’s Web Interface.
- Step 4: Configuring the WiFi Address.
- Step 5: Connect to Your Wireless Router.
How do I setup my DVR remotely?
Please follow these setup instructions to setup remote Internet access for the dual codec JPEG DVR:
- Assign your DVR an IP Address.
- Connect to your DVR on your LAN – Local Area Network.
- Setting up Port Forwarding on your Router.
- Setting up a Static DHCP IP address for your DVR.
- Remote Internet Setup.
How do I find the IP address of my CCTV camera?
The easiest way to find the security camera IP address is to check the Network page on the CCTV camera software (mobile app or PC client). The network page will display all the IP address information of your camera.