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D-Link DCS-5220

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D-Link DCS-5220

The D-Link Wireless Pan/Tilt Internet Camera (DCS-5220) is remote surveillance solution that allows viewing of a live video feed on a compatible 3G mobile phone or PDA. The DCS-5220 can be placed anywhere on the network either through a wired Ethernet or wireless 802.11g/802.11b connection to view the camera’s video feed. Equipped with a 0.5 Lux CMOS Sensor, the DCS-5220 is ideal for a variety of low-light conditions.

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D-Link DCS-5220

The D-Link Wireless Pan/Tilt Internet Camera (DCS-5220) is remote surveillance solution that allows viewing of a live video feed on a compatible 3G mobile phone or PDA. The DCS-5220 can be placed anywhere on the network either through a wired Ethernet or wireless 802.11g/802.11b connection to view the camera’s video feed. Equipped with a 0.5 Lux CMOS Sensor, the DCS-5220 is ideal for a variety of low-light conditions.

Features

The features are Take Snapshots and Save to a Local Hard Drive via a Web Browser, Configuration Accessible via a Web Browser, Remotely Manage and Control up to 16 DCS-5220 Internet Cameras, ActiveX control Plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer with D-Link Digital Certificate, Support Video Clips/Snapshot Upload FTP/Email, Scheduled Motion Triggered, or Manual Recording Options. Supports all Management Functions Provided in Web Interface.

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  • Can you record the video and audio on a remote location? If I'm

    Q1. Can you record the video and audio on a remote location? If I'm monitoring my building, I may not want the recorder to be in the same building with the camera or maybe have a backup in a remote location. Q2. Will it require UDP, TCP connection or will HTTP do just fine with audio? Thank you!

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-05-09

  • Cannot view camera remotely.

    I cannot view camera remotely what settings should I be using with securicam? And what settings should be on my wireless linksys router? Please be detailed. Can view camera at home on securicam, and D View.

    Answered by bigdog1234 2009-02-12:

    Open all the ports on the router, Look on the camera web access page under Advanced and then the Network tab for the Http port, RTSP port, RTP port, RTCP port that are shown. May not need all those ports oped on your router but after doing this it worked for me remotely.

    Answered by MrHarry 2009-07-31:

    You will need to input the DDNS setting correctly into the camera (refer to the manual). Try to download the latest firmware and drivers for this D-Link. You can view the D-Link site for more

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