- Sep 25, 2016
- Reaction score
- Evansville, Indiana
That was all covered.Another tip, at least how I handle multiple devices. You can pick an ip range, say 192.168.0.150-159 to use just for your IP cameras. I assign static IP's to each camera in that range. This way I just have a better general idea of how to find my cams using IP alone. With DHCP they will likely be all over the place. As long as the static IP you assign to each camera is not also within the DHCP range (meaning the IPs that the router will automatically give to devices as they request an IP) then you should be good.
It's a bit more advanced but once you feel comfortable you might consider it. Of course DHCP leases work just as well as long as you remember to assign them