Monday, March 05, 2007

How to Secure your Home from Office.

All humans concerned about the Security issues. These days all Professional worried about home security while they working at office. If you say "YES" then follow these steps to sort out this head breaking problem. No matter where you are in the world. These are requirements to secure your home in the best way, Home Computer, LAN IP Web Camera, Internet Connection. One of the Suggested IP Camera is Genius Secure 300, this is an entry level camera and easy to install and configure.

How to Install the IP Camera into Computer.

1. You Should required Computer with Network Card.
2. LAN Wires( CAT CABLE) according to the Length From Camera to Computer.
3. IP Based Camera.
4. Power Adapter Point till the Camera.

Mount the Camera into proper Location where you get maximum view, its suggested fix the camera at least 12 to 14 Feet. All LAN Wires and Power Cables should be hide. After placing the camera you have to connect the Cable in between camera and Computer.(LAN wires two ends should be fixed with RJ 45 Connectors).

Now you have to Install the Software which will come along with Camera. Most of the Camera will configure with Common IP address, this will be default settings, according to these setting you can configure your computer LAN Card IP Address also and While installation it will ask for the Admin ID and password.

For Eg: If Camera Configure with IP: and Subnet Mask:, You can use into Computer. Once you Finish the Installation, you can see the videos in your browser. If You want to connect from outside you should have your Internet IP address. Its better to have one public IP, so that you can connect your computer to anywhere from the world.

To Access your Camera go to browser and type: http://yourstaticip. This will you into ID and password dialog box, Enter the Information to access your
Camera Views.

And Even there are Wireless IP based Cameras also into the market.
Note: Your Internet Connetion Should be alive for 24/7.

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