cameras work fine for about 1 years then the power cords go ...
2 November 2014
Summary: cameras work fine for about 1 years then the power cords go bad first and even if u replace the power cord the camera craps out about 2 months later. I had 3 of thse cameras and all went bad after about 1 year; same issues with power cord first and then the cameras
Wireless G PTZ Internet Camera wont work as claimed....
2 January 2011
Summary: Wireless G PTZ Internet Camera with Audio. I am a security professional with over 18 years in the business. In the first place, I was on the phone with a vendetta to get this up and running ASAP as I really needed security on this site quickly.
Summary: This device can't seem to stay working for more than a week. Every week, I have to unplug the camera and plug it back in so the recording software will record video. The recording just stops somewhere mid-week and won't start again.
Summary: I got this because it is supposed to be able to e-mail you if it detects motion. Unfortunately for me, not only will it not e-mail me. it doesn't detect motion, and doesn't save video even if I set it to record. All in all a waste of time.
Summary: Compared to just about every other Linksys product I've ever purchased, getting this thing to play nice with my 802.11n network was a breeze. I simply plugged it directly into my Mac Airport Extreme router with the supplied Cat5 Ethernet cable and ran the install from a networked PC running Windows...
Summary: On one hand, this was very easy to set up and use. But there are major deficiencies. The built-in web server is a bit flakey causing it to appear "off" sometimes, then mysteriously coming back. It also doesn't seem to work with Firefox, only IE. I haven't tried other browsers.
Summary: Even on IE the picture is tiny and grainy. We have to leave a light on in the room, even during the day to see anything, so apparently the lens requires a lot of light. The Windows requirement is not just for the setup wizard like some other Linksys products; it requires Internet Explorer to view...
Summary: It sounded so easy..... The installation was not as plug and play as you would hope. It located the cam perfectly when the ethernet wire is plugged in. But according to the instructions, you remove the cable and power down and power up the cam and its now "wireless".
Summary: For the user who just wants to view his house from his office using his windows PC then go for it but just make sure you only want to use it during daylight hours. It really needs a lot of light so don't work late.