- Mar 9, 2014
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The sell low end junk, most of which is rebranded from the big china junk makers.In what sense? I Googled and searched the forum but couldn't find much, except for a problem with a PTZ camera having the controls mirrored and security issues with the YooSee app and the Gwell cloud infrastructure in general. At least it's not their first attempt at a doorbell, they also have for example the SD-M3 which already featured Onvif and PoE so hopefull they learned a bit from any mistakes they might have made with that.
What is slightly worrying is that this thing may not have a web interface but may only be configurable through their app. That would suck big time. But since it's one of very few doorbells with poe/onvif/rtsp I might just (have to) accept having to configure it through the app and then delete the app and block the device from the internet again after configuring. Or perhaps it can be fully configured through Onvif? I think I read on their website somewhere that they use port 5000 for Onvif btw.
@vandyman I hope you can let us know if this thing has a web interface to allow configuring it locally or if it can be configured fully through Onvif?