I installed a camera for maintenance reasons in my crawlspace and found out I can be anywhere, even miles away and still view my crawlspace. I was impressed but confused and concerned. I thought it was only accessible from my personal wifi but I guess not. If I'm in a town 20 miles away and open Amcrest View Pro on my smartphone, how does it find my camera? I'm not connected to a local wifi hotspot so the only way I can imagine is that it connects using cellular. Is that correct? The profile on my smartphone says the connection is P2P. Is this safe and secure since it was connected to my phone using the QR code I believe. Since then I bought 4 more cameras for surveillance (two Amcrest IP2M-841's and two IP3M- 943's). Can, should, I connect them all to my smartphone using P2P? I already can access them using my local wifi from the phone or my PC. Also, is it a reasonable idea to connect all the camera's outputs to free cloud storage like say, Google Drive or something like that? I like technology but I'm quite frugal as well. I would like to avoid paying for off site storage. This is not Fort Knox but if someone broke into my house and smashed the cameras I would like to have some videos of them that they could not reach.