IP surveillance

IP surveillance is the process of monitoring and recording digital video and audio data over an IP network. This type of surveillance typically uses network cameras and/or network video recorders (NVRs) to capture and encode video and audio data, which is then streamed over the IP network to a viewing/recording device.

IP surveillance has many advantages over traditional analog surveillance systems, including higher quality video and audio, lower cost of installation and maintenance, and greater flexibility in terms of scalability and remote viewing.

What is the difference between IP camera and CCTV? IP cameras are network-connected cameras that send and receive data over the internet. They are typically used for surveillance and security purposes. CCTV cameras, on the other hand, are analog cameras that send and receive data over a closed-circuit television network.

Can someone access my IP camera?

Yes, it is possible for someone to access your IP camera if they know your camera's IP address and have the correct login credentials. If your camera is not password-protected, then anyone who knows its IP address can view its live feed. To prevent unauthorized access to your camera, be sure to set a strong password for it. Are IP cameras considered CCTV? IP cameras are considered CCTV when they are used to transmit video footage that is then monitored by a security team. This type of surveillance is often used in high-security areas, such as banks or government buildings. Can IP cameras work without internet? No, IP cameras cannot work without the internet. IP cameras are designed to be connected to a network in order to function, and without a connection to the internet, they will not be able to work properly. How do I setup an IP camera? You will need to purchase an IP camera, which you can find online or at your local electronics store. Once you have your camera, you will need to connect it to your router using an Ethernet cable. Then, you will need to configure your router to forward traffic to the camera. Finally, you will need to configure your camera's software to connect to your router.