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Sharx Security camera with WNDR4500?

Mojave
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Sharx Security camera with WNDR4500?

I'm looking to buy a Sharx Security camera (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005WFZD0U) and want to make sure it's going to work well with my router.

I don't think there will be any problems using it throughout my house over wi-fi, but I'm a little iffy on if it will be easy to open up a port so I can view the camera stream over the Internet.

Also, it has FTP backup, which shouldn't be a problem over the Internet. But will I be able to backup to a USB hard drive connected directly to the 4500? I've had issues with getting to my hard drive via SMB from my PC.

Thanks!
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jmizoguchi
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Re: Sharx Security camera with WNDR4500?

nothing is guarantee how well work together
Latest version, in stock for immediate shipment. This indoor night vision IP camera combines the natural daytime colors of the Sharx SCNC2606 with the infrared night vision of the Sharx SCNC2607. It works on 10/100 Ethernet with Cat5 wiring or on 802.11 b/g/n wireless networks secured with WEP, WPA or WPA2 encryption. Multiple viewers can see video or snapshots in any of the supported formats including MPEG4, MJPEG, 3GPP and JPEG. Both HTTP and RTSP streaming protocols are supported for use with browsers or media players on Windows or Mac computers as well as iPhone, Droid, Blackberry or other web enabled cell phones. Multiple streams with 3 separate choices of image quality are available simultaneously. Video can be adjusted from near DVD quality with audio and full motion (2048K, 640 x 480, 30 fps) all the way down to a bandwidth saving mobile stream (20K, 176 x 144, 5 fps). With an optional MicroSD memory card the camera functions as a standalone DVR for motion detection or continuous video. Recording time ranges from 1 hour/GB to almost 100 hours/GB based on selected video quality. The camera can automatically upload recorded video files to an FTP server or standalone network drive with FTP feature. The included desktop stand can be used as wall or ceiling mounting bracket. Power is supplied by the included international standard 100-240V AC adapter. This camera can see up to 30 ft in absolute darkness with its built in infrared LEDs. A wired or wireless router is required for operation. Access from outside the home network requires internet service. Automatic setup for remote viewing requires a recent model router with the UPnP feature. Older routers, networks with multiple routers, or Apple Airport require manual configuration. Step by step instructions included for current version of Airport Extreme or Time Capsule. Includes 30 days unlimited free email tech support and up to 30 minutes of free telephone support during the first 30 days after purchase.


assume it will work

4500 offers readyshare which are http, ftp. in general ftp is there so you can use it just not secure in my sense but otherwise will fine

USB HD compatibile list first to look
http://support.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/18985/kw/readyshare%20ftp


Read all the feature on Readyshare supported routers

http://www.netgear.com/landing/en-us/readyshare.aspx
Cloud is not free after certain duration but you may be interested over FTP
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