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1. Discover the IPCC-7210W V2, IP address of the camera on your LAN.

If you know the IP Address of the camera, you can skip this step.

a. Connect the IPCC-7210W V2 wired to the router.
b. Access your router DHCP Lan attached device list, and record the existing devices.
c  Power ON the IPCC-7210W V2. One more attached device will show up in the list. If necessary refresh the list. This is the IP Address of the camera.

Option:

Download the P2PIPC Application for IPhone/Android, and connect the Smartphone to WIFI.

Open the App and Click the + Button to add a camera, and then the LAN Search button.

The App will discover the IP Camera on the Network and display the P2P UID and IP Address.

2. Direct your browser (Safari or Firefox) to the camera IP Address. You will get the the access to the Control Console Browser view of the camera.

IPCC-7210W V2 Main browser screen.png 
You will be able to operate (Zoom In and Out, Pan and Tilt) as well as configure the camera.

View the video stream of the camera

1. Please download the VLC application for MAC http://www.videolan.org, and install it.

2. Open the application and then go to File menu and Open Network :

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Select the camera stream to play:

Screen Shot 2015-11-15 at 9.47.19 PM.png 
example:

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3. The IPCC-7210W V2 is supported by native OS X video survellance apps:

a. Security Spy 
b. DComplex

Please use the ONVIF default port 8080 for adding the camera to the Application.




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