Hello, what is the IP model that you have? I would like to see what options are available on that model. If the Cam can be plugged to the network the best way would be to plug it in to your router and set an static IP that way you can reach that CAM from any PC on your home network.
can you please let me know what operating system are you running on the PC that is being used to connect your IP CAM?
I am assuming you already created a between your Wireless and Lan connection, right?
I am assuming you already created a bridge between your Wireless and Lan connection, right?
I am assuming you already created a between your Wireless and Lan connection, right?Please note that the primary network adapter on the computer will lose internet connectivity. If you need to have both computer and IP Cam on the network, i suggest you buy a USB wireless adapter that way you can have 1 wireless connection active and the other wireless connection creating the bridge for your IP CAM.
Hello, yes i am Hispanic :) Now, yes, if you bridge your wireless and your lan, your laptop will loose connectivity. What you can do is get another wireless connection (USB dongle) to connect to your network that way, both your computer and your IP CAM will connect.
- Wireless1 (bridge) Ethernet > IP CAM
- Wireless2 (computer)
let me know if you have any additional questions.