Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by woramet, Aug 8, 2018.
Because streaming can't forward port
I can used cloud p2p ?
Same with P2P client program.
What is it you want to do?
What brand and model of camera?
I want to watch video from IP camera without forward port.
From the outside.
My camera OFK Technologies Co., Ltd,CCTV CAMERA，IP CAMERA.
I want to create a program to view the camera. And My Own Server
yes, you can use p2p...it might be slow at times though because a bunch of chinese are watching your cam
You dont have the skill for that...there are lots of option out there available to do this...
Do you know how to use p2p?
I'm learning and searching
I do not know how to retrieve camera data using p2p.
I know how streaming RTSP.
I'm studying more
The android app is CamHi, the windows software for P2P is HiP2P Client.
Other than that, I'm not sure what you are trying to do.
snapshot of network settings and the onvif viewer shows rtsp://192.168.1.102:554/11
I can not use RTSP. I want to pass an external IP.
And can't forward port
you are confused...
P2P in this case probably means you would need an external server that handles the connection forwarding, that can be accessed by both camera and client.
A short pseudo-example of how i would imagine it has to work:
- Camera will be connecting to the proxy server to open the connection (since server cannot open the connection to the camera without port forwarding). Camera would also tell the proxy the unique ID which client needs to know for the connection.
- Client will be connecting to the proxy server, telling the unique ID it wants to connect to, and the proxy server connects the client to the existing camera connection.
- If the connection cannot be used, the proxy server must be able use something to get through the NAT, for example UDP hole punching
Alternatively the camera would have to send the images to the server and client would then request them from the server, but i doubt you have the possibility to modify the camera to do this...
IMO all this for a single camera remote viewing is way too much work, either port forwarding or using a VPN would be the best solution.
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