Which it's to place the images in my rented webpage without the
need of a webserver.
I have contacted VEO support various times but no answer.
I did put a password in the test.html because someone changed
the camera configuration. I don't want that again.
user: guest password: guest
Now, I want to buy a camera that does almost the samething I am
doing with test.html but also allow me to PTZ (pan, tilt, zoom)
Do you know of any?
Also, I have tried something like http://guest:guest@ipcamera to
bypass the log in but does not work.
"Matt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<g8KdnasSIKuy0ZTcRVn-rQ@comcast.com>...
> Not sure what you want to bypass... If you just do not want the the VEO HTML
> page you are getting from port 80 of the camera and proceed directly to the
> login page try the following:
> http://CameraIPaddress/LGI_en.htm (English)
> VEO support is not very forthcoming in this respect and I used a network
> sniffer to find out whats going on.
> Hope that helps
> "Norberto Rivera" <Norberto_Rivera@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > I can see my house from the office. Great!
> > Now, I want to incorporate the live video in my website.
> > input the user and password?
> > Thanks.