Turn on the camera; connect the camera with a network router using an Ethernet cable.
From a PC in the same network, insert the camera’s software CD and install the setup program. After it is installed, run the Setup Wizard. You will see the screen like below:
Click “Search” to find the network camera in the same network.
Open a web browser and access the Camera’s configuration page at:
(Please replace the IP address with the real IP address found using the SwannEye Search Tool), To logon, you need to find the default username and password in the camera’s User Manual.
Using the camera’s web-based configuration tool, click “Video”, it will allow you to select an image resolution. (See the screenshot above). Please make sure it matches your CameraFTP subscription.
For most home users or casual users, 320x240 is ok.
For better image quality, you can choose 640x480. Please note this will increase the bandwidth and storage usage by about 4 times. The CameraFTP subscription cost is also significantly higher.
From the camera’s web-based configuration tool, find “Wireless Setup”, then click on “Site Survey” or “Scan”. You will find a list of Wireless Networks. Select your wireless router’s SSID in the list and enter the correct authentication credentials. Your camera will be connected to your wireless network.
If you don’t have an account on CameraFTP.com, please visit www.cameraftp.com and sign up a free trial account. CameraFTP.com offers 2-day free trial. After 2 days, you need to order our paid subscription to continue using the service. Assuming you have an account on CameraFTP.com, then from the camera’s web-based configuration tool, click on the “FTP” tab (or Event Server / Event Configuration tab) to locate a place where you can enter the FTP information. The screenshot below is just an example. Different cameras may have very different user interfaces.