Summary: Mine didnt work. When i recived the camara it was in two pieces. The base and the camara and the joint that held them together was broken as well. I tried to plug it it to test it and as i thought it to did not work. I couldnt find any manuels to trouble shoot it either.
Summary: Been running 3 of these at an apartment building. Running 24/7 since around 2006 Great Linux support (motion/zoneminder) As others have said, picture quality is pretty bad in low-light. So make sure lighting is adequate
Summary: It was a decent camera in it's day (circa 2005), but quite limited compared to technology of 2013. It doesn't even support 802.11N which is pretty much the standard for wireless internet today and only supports 11Mps wired Ethernet compared to other cameras that are at least 100Mps standard today.
Summary: I have had this camera for 6 years... just bought another one. I also own a Linksys WVC54GC. I recommend this camera as it is easy to configure on a secure WEP 64 network and has a java OR Active X interface. A key problem with the Linksys WVC54GC is that is only works in active X.
Summary: This camera has been discontinued by D-Link. It will not work with Silverlight, XP service pack 2, or Vista. Mine wouldn't even be recognized by my router (but I think that mine was defective). Unless you have legacy hardware (Pentium III, Windows 98SE, etc) I wouldn't buy this camera.
Summary: We have had this camera for a year now and between the manufacturer and the enclosed set-up literature, it is a disaster. Between the arcane set up references, no clear set up path, misinformed instructions, and clueless 'technical support' it is not for the faint of heart.