General

  • What is an IP Camera?

    An IP camera is a camera that can be directly connected to a network (local or internet). This can be achieved using an Ethernet cable or (depending on the camera) via a wireless network (Wifi / IEEE 802.11b/g).

    This is different than the conventional PC cameras that can only be used when the PC to which they are connected, is turned on.

    IP cameras work independently from a PC and have their own built-in processor and can be approached by the network by using an internet browser. This makes it possible to operate and configure the camera remotely.

  • What is the maximum amount of users?
  • Can I use wireless and wired network simultaneously?
  • Are there fake cameras?
  • Up to what distance could I recognize someone?
  • What is the wireless range?
  • How do I turn off the green flickering LED? (FI8908W)
  • Can I use the Gmail SMTP server?
  • Video and Audio on Mac using VLC Media Player
  • How do I extend the power cable?
  • How do the presets work?
  • Alternative lenses for the FI8905W
  • Can I use the cameras on Apple Macintosh?
  • What is the default login name and password?
  • Does my camera work with Internet Explorer
  • Sound on Firefox and Chrome (MJPEG models)
  • How to use uPNP for port forwarding?
  • Which view angle should I use?
  • What is the difference between the FI8918W and the FI8910W
  • What is IR-Cut?
  • What is Plug-n-Play
  • Forgot Password
  • My camera doesn't work in Chrome anymore
  • Which chipset is used in HD models?
  • Which models with which firmware have Push messages?
  • Which models with which firmware have Cloud storage?