Yes, used a pendrive plugged in to router and mapped as network drive. Now this location can be used for saving cam videos, it's working with ispy but not working with blue iris.Most likely yes, mapped network drive can be used for saving. I'll try and confirm tomorrow.
Looking good in white color.Christmas came early
Most of my need was to keep an eye on funny activities of people. Not theives. But even then, I think you over estimate theives. Anyone with half a brain will earn well, instead of stealing stuff from middle class families. Smarter theives have upgraded to digital crimes. So for safety and regular surveillance these are good. Im upgrading my cams to TAPO so that I can record and also upload to cloud.IMO thieves don't do these things on impulse, they come prepared. All the camera does is scare regular people into being more polite. It will not deter a real thief.
LK67 from GamakayLooking good in white color.
what's the model name ? I've first time seen this type of DIY keyboard with a volume knob which is looking wonderful.
these can be hardwired,atleast the c200 tapo tplink has rtsp support so nas software or dvr software that supports rtsp will write all the footage to hdd/wherever you want.Good to have hardwired storage like Hdd, Ssd than depend on removable data storage which can get corrupted.
I might add some cameras when my wifey buys a new house here in Hyderabad.
So asking or clearing my doubts.
But anyways I will post a query in the forum before taking a plunge regarding cameras though.
where you bought this from ?Christmas came early
Whats the square blue bracket case holding those hotwheels..Ikea Peg Board arrived and was installed on the same day.
Love the versatility it offers. However, options are very limited right now (hooks only).
Hope IKEA adds more accessories to the ecosystem.
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Still a work-in-progress project for that clean setup. (Wiring clean up and VESA mount for the monitor pending.)
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