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Android Security Camera/Webcam
Android Security Camera Network
Read through your first installment and found that last year I actually bought IP Webcam Pro! I wasnt able to get around to using it though. One old Samsung S3 I had factory reset to try and get the most memory out of but found it wanted to be activated again. (Verizon carrier, but not activating this phone again) Workaround was when it gets to the activation screen (right after choosing language), click the Emergency button. Enter *#83786633 followed by the home key. Then use as normal. Dont know if that info will help anyone, but I hope so :) Not sure if I am adding 2 phones plus an existing IP Cam, but adding one phone for sure. Glad you got into the networking part of this for people. Most have very limited experience with firewalls and routers. Static vs dynamic addressing goes right over their heads. You do a fine job of covering all the bases for good networking! I use pfSense for a firewall and have it as my LAN DNS server. I can put 5 DNS servers into the router. I can set it to do DNS caching too, which is nice, but not real necessary for home use. I might make mention of a utility from Gibson Research called DNSBench. It will help you identify DNSSEC DNS servers. If you take the time to build a full custom list of the fastest DNS servers for your location, it will take a while. It will query close to 5k DNS servers and tell you which are fastest. Then whittle down the list to only those with DNSSEC. After that, you can run a related test to check the spoofability of the ones you have entered into your firewall. Awesome stuff! Keep on Keepin on! And Thank You :)
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