Kcriss Skcrissx: I have a question. I'm thinking about using these p2p ip cameras for home security. I like to to be alble to set up multiple cameras. But before I go out and start buying, my questions is does all the p2p ip camera have to be the same brand to be able to work together or recognized if I set them up on my Lan? Or can I use different brand, but as long as they are p2p ip cam, together on my Lan and be about to view them on one software? I ask this because of the options in the different brand and cost. Thanks
Peter Ferrantelli: I have a question. When use my Microsoft Internet Browser it won't let me sign into the camera monitoring system. It keeps on saying Please sign in using Server Push Mode. It seems like the software is reading IE as Firefox or Safari browser. Any advice. I have 4 cameras & I want them on the same screen at once. The cameras are old 4 years old F18910W never updated the Firmware. To me too much trouble to update the firmware too difficult for me.
Mehdi Raza: hey a quick question, can we save the video recordings on a computer disc, right ?
franciselmer: hello! i have a question. can ONE foscam be accessed by multiple users using the ios/android apps at the same time?
Bill Kennedy: I have 2 SRICAM and I thought your program would work but it didn't and I still can't get the 2 on same screen. Any idea's on where to get SRI multi unit program? I wrote them got everything but this . Great on foscam, I'll be buying them from now on.
Dantee K: Thank You so much for that (just like for all others FOSCAMS reviews/videos). I need to admit that I've stacked with adding the second FOSCAM 8910W to my first working one. When I did everything in a way presented by You, I've just doubled the view from my first camera (instead of getting the picture from the second one).. Now I can just see two identical pictures in two frames..Both from camera number 1.. Any idea what went wrong?Thank You!
Phil Katz: Im not sure how to do this.
Phil Katz: Hi, I have (2) F18918W cameras that have been working fo about 1 1/2 years. All of a sudden I have lost access to one of them. The camera still moves when i plug it in but it is not showing up when i log in to my cameras. Can you suggest what i can do? thx
KaptainSpaulding: Thanks, very very helpful....
Calafio: Hey Hamster, great video, do I also have to add the IP adress to the router? Thanks
JimmyKillroy: Dude... you are seriously awesome! Thanks for putting all this stuff up!
GalaXy808: K thanks! For the in4mation.
GalaXy808: I wanna buy sec cam,I'm new of this,I have a question? If I buy foscam and I'm gonna install 3 multiple,then I can connect at thesame computer like you just explain,correct.hey thanks
AwkwardHamster: Just IE. Maybe it'll be different with newer versions. But the models I have can multiview on just IE.
GS NISMO: ok so is there a way to watch 2 cams same time on Google chrome or only IE
AwkwardHamster: what so you use to manage all of them? or do you manage them separately?
AwkwardHamster: You're very welcome.
jamaican kingston: thanks so much for this video im going to buy one for my house
AwkwardHamster: I would suggest creating a port forwarding rule for each Foscam you want to view from the outside. And, I wouldn't recommend using port 80 because you have multiple Foscams. The Foscam internal IP can be on port 80 but the forwarding ports rules on the router will be something like 8090, 80901, and so on.
McCuneWindandSolar: this is ok if you are using your own lan to view the cameras. but what i want to do is beable to view it out of lan on the wan side from the internet. would I sill use the same Port 80 because as of now I can view them all on my side of the network. but when I long in from a computer outside of my network. I can only view the one and when I click for the others it shows there there but they don't pop up error unable to load. now how do you set it up for viewing from internet thanks.