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  • larklea commented on PigWhistle's forum topic Make use of iCamera 1000 units?6 months ago

    Here's what worked for me:1. Order PoE cable so I can power the cameras and hook them to my router at the same time. 2. Hook camera to this cable, plug into wall and router.3. Log into router and find list of connected devices. Note the IP address of the camera.4. Log into camera (use IP address in browser bar). For mine, the username = administrator and password is <null>.5. Set camera to use a static IP address, the same one you just noted. Hit Save. 6. Scan the networks and note the SSID of the network you want the camera to connect to wirelessly. 7. Change the SSID to that noted above. Hit Save.8. Unplug the camera from the PoE cable and hook it up to the normal cable. Now, it's not plugged into the router. Wait a minute and you should see the camera connect. ...see more »Here's what worked for me:1. Order PoE cable so I can power the cameras and hook them to my router at the same time. 2. Hook camera to this cable, plug into wall and router.3. Log into router and find list of connected devices. Note the IP address of the camera.4. Log into camera (use IP address in browser bar). For mine, the username = administrator and password is <null>.5. Set camera to use a static IP address, the same one you just noted. Hit Save. 6. Scan the networks and note the SSID of the network you want the camera to connect to wirelessly. 7. Change the SSID to that noted above. Hit Save.8. Unplug the camera from the PoE cable and hook it up to the normal cable. Now, it's not plugged into the router. Wait a minute and you should see the camera connect. That's it. Thanks for a great Instructable. I never would have gotten it alone.

    Wait, in step 7, you also need to enter your wireless network password.

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