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  First, connect your PC to network, make sure the IP address is avaliable, no confliction between MAC and NVS,If still not work, press RESET to retrieve default, then connect it again, the defaul IP Address is,subnet masking is 

A web camera is connected to a PC, normally through USB, and uses the PC to make video available to other viewers. It will not work without a PC locally connected to the camera. An IP camera usually stands alone, and combines the functionality of a high-end web camera, the PC and network interface into one network-ready product.

It depends on both the resolution and frame rate. It also depends on the compression technology the IP camera is using. Below are three of the most popular compression technology and the required bandwidth and other important information. 
Compression Protocol: H.264 1080P (1920x1080@30fps) , normal quality: 4Mbit/s (average value)720P (1280x720@30fps) , normal quality: 2Mbit/s (average value) D1 (720x576@30fps) , normal quality: 512Kbit/s (average value)

Yes. You can record the video at remote / local by using the software provided by the IP camera manufacturer. The ability to record the video at remote site is a major advantage of IP camera over traditional analog camera. NAS (Network Attached Storage) is very useful in video storage, and is easy to install.

No. The camera works fine also in local network without the internet connection. If the remote users are in the same local network, it’s not necessary to connect the IP cameras to the internet.

Our some model support WiFI. The IP camera that support wireless LAN right now are mostly for home security and entertainment applications.

If an IP camera can support DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server), users can set the IP camera at a virtual domain name (such as cam1.kitchen.Taipei.xxx.xxx) at dynamic IP, and be able to view this IP camera anywhere that has access to the internet. It saves money when setting up the broadband with service provider, whether it?⑩s ADSL or cable modem, since fixed IP is not a must. Some IP camera manufacturers claim to provide DDNS. However, they are software solution that needs to be installed at client site’s PC. Therefore, it requires users to see those IP cameras at the PCs that have installed the specific AP from manufacturers. This is not as user-friendly. Sysvideo have DDNS function built-in the IP camera so that users can view the IP camera from anywhere.

Our IP cameras provide two RJ-45 connectors. One is WAN and one is LAN. Both of them are 10/100. The difference between a WAN and a LAN is that WAN is to be connected to the internet, while LAN is to be connected to a local network. Since the internet’s bandwidth is very critical, Sysvideo provides hardware QoS (Quality of Service) on the WAN port to ensure the bandwidth when uploading video streams through the internet. Also, the WAN port is equipped with PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) which enables the IP camera to be connected to an ADSL or cable modem without the need to go through a router first. If the IP cameras are to be deployed at a large area, it will be very costly to provide routers to each IP camera. Using IP cameras with PPPoE built-in, installers will be able to save a lot of cost over routers. 

Yes.Sysvideo’s IP camera provides built-in motion detection function in the IP camera, not in the AP installed at client site. If the motion detection is in the AP, there will be latency between the time the event occurred, and the time the camera reacts.

Sysvideo will provide SDK (Software Developer Kit) along with a simple AP for reference.

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