SEC24 does anybody know hoe to add these cams ?

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treeby99
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SEC24 does anybody know hoe to add these cams ?

Post by treeby99 » Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:16 pm

Hi There , i am wondering if anyone ever configured this brand, see the link below,
or a way to find the IP address , i only have an android app connecting.
Thanks in advance

https://www.secufirst.eu/collections/se ... nen-cam350

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Re: SEC24 does anybody know hoe to add these cams ?

Post by TimG » Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:13 pm

Do you have any more info on them ? The advert doesn't mention any standard IP cam protocols, so you may be out of luck.
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Re: SEC24 does anybody know hoe to add these cams ?

Post by treeby99 » Sat Feb 22, 2020 5:45 pm

No idea, the only thing i can find is this
http://www.mysec24.com/help_ENG.html#Mark1
there you cab read the following statement:

Please make sure the uPNP function for the connected Router is enabled. If the uPNP function can not be enabled, then the manual IP setting for IP camera and the port forwarding setting in Router need to be configured..

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Re: SEC24 does anybody know hoe to add these cams ?

Post by Thixotropic » Sat Feb 22, 2020 11:54 pm

I looked at about a dozen sites that list this camera and also searched on the EAN and UPC codes, but I found nothing that mentioned any protocol or ONVIF/RTSP.

You can find the IP by looking through your router's connection table after it's plugged into the network (or do a before and after search).

With none of the available data mentioning ONVIF or RTSP, I'm guessing that it's probably a proprietary protocol.
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