IP camera system
RTSP IP cameras have spread around the globe in government and industrial buildings,
because they can be easily plugged in with almost no qualification.
Each IP cameras are powered by low voltage DC power supplies and are designed to send camera streams to a remote locations
like your Ozeki 10 server. Every IP camera has it's own ethernet network interface available through a DSL cable socket.
Use it instantly after plugging it to the network. You can set it up with no PC, which makes it a goldmine.
RTSP stands for Real Time Streaming Protocol, a network protocol created for real-time video streaming.
The client user can be either a human, a software or both. You can store, check and analyse the IP camera streams with Ozeki 10.
Just the URL, a username and a password is required to access it. Use the video stream for your own solution. Read this guide to set up.
What is the URL format to reach the stream
Find the URL and login details on the bottom of your camera.
In most cases the camera stream URL contains only IP. The port number is not provided, since
you will be routed to the RTSP port as default.
To show an example an RTSP camera URL on your local network can look as the following: http://192.168.113.52
Keep in mind that the URL is different if you are searching for it on the world wide web.