- 1 How can I view my DVR camera over the Internet?
- 2 How do I setup my DVR?
- 3 How can I connect my CCTV camera to my computer through Internet?
- 4 How can I see my CCTV on mobile?
- 5 How do I setup my DVR remotely?
- 6 How do I set my DVR IP address?
- 7 Can I connect a DVR to my computer?
- 8 Can you see me port?
- 9 How can I connect CCTV camera without DVR?
- 10 How can I connect my CCTV camera to mobile Internet?
- 11 Can we connect CCTV camera to mobile?
How can I view my DVR camera over the Internet?
How to view your IP camera remotely via a web browser
- Find your camera’s IP address.
- Open a web browser and type the IP address.
- Go to SETTING > BASIC > Network > Information to find the HTTP port number used by the camera.
- After you change the port, you will need to reboot the camera in order to save the changes.
How do I setup my DVR?
How do I hook up my DVR box?
- Connect coax cable from the wall outlet to CABLE IN on the DVR Box.
- Connect HDMI cable from the DVR Box to the HDMI input* on your HDTV.
- Connect power cord from the DVR Box to the power outlet.
- Turn on TV and tune to appropriate HDMI input.
How can I connect my CCTV camera to my computer through Internet?
IP camera can be connected directly to PC via an LAN cable.
- Connect IP camera directly to PC via LAN cable.
- Go to LAN network adapter of PC on which you just connected IP camera.
- Go to IP address of your IP camera via Internet Explorer and you can view your camera.
How can I see my CCTV on mobile?
Install the app Pegaso or Pegaso Plus Download and install the phone /tablet application Pegaso or Pegaso Plus. This can be found by searching Pegaso in either the App Store for iOS or Google Play store for Android. You can also click on the pictures below to take you to the App Store or Google Play link.
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 set my DVR IP address?
To enter a fixed IP into the router:
- Under the main menu, click on LAN & DHCP Server.
- Configure the following: Static DHCP: Select Enabled and then click Apply. Name: Enter the desired name of your device. IP Address: Enter the IP address that you wish to make static.
- Click Add. The DVR info appears in the Static DHCP list.
Can I connect a DVR to my computer?
Connecting a Digital Video Recorder to a computer requires a cable equipped with HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cables on both ends, or an HDMI connector on one end and RCA-type audio/video jacks or a USB connector on the other end, depending on the available connection pots on the DVR.
Can you see me port?
Canyouseeme is a simple and free online tool for checking open ports on your local/remote machine. Just enter the port number and check (the result will be either open or closed). (Your IP Address is already selected by default, but it may not detect your IP correctly if you ‘re using a proxy or VPN).
How can I connect CCTV camera without DVR?
How to Set Up an IP Camera without a DVR /NVR
- Step 1: Download the free security camera software provided by the seller, such as the Reolink App and Client.
- Step 2: Enter the camera UID and password to add the camera device.
- Step 3: Click the camera on the App/Client and then you can view Reolink Argus® 2 over Internet.
How can I connect my CCTV camera to mobile Internet?
HOW TO CONNECT CCTV TO ANDROID OR IPhone?
- Step 1: CONNECT DVR TO MONITOR DIRECTLY.
- Step 2: CONFIGURE CCTV DVR SETTINGS.
- Step 3: NOW CONFIGURE WIFI ROUTER FOR DVR.
- Step 4: CONNECT DVR TO WIFI VIA LAN CABLE.
- Step 5: CHECK THE SETTINGS.
- Step 6: NOW CONNECT TO ANDROID PHONE.
Can we connect CCTV camera to mobile?
To get your home or business security cameras linked to your cell phone and see what goes on while you ‘re away, you need a quality security camera or system and surveillance app that supports both the Android and iOS systems.