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Mac/Linux users who buy the camera elsewhere will need a Windows PC to 'activate' the camera.Set the default username/password on the camera to: dceadmin and dcepass for Vera to detect the camera automatically, or, if you use your own username/password, add the camera to Vera manually and provide Vera your username/password to access the camera.For example, if you can view a JPEG file from your camera with this URL: To add a new camera just click on the already installed plugin and then press on Create another button.In most cases, IP cameras have a URL method for obtaining a SNAPSHOT or JPG image from the camera.An inexpensive IP camera that is very feature rich, has good image quality, night vision capabilities, motion detection, two-way audio, video streaming over TCP, UDP, or HTTP, and other configurable features.
If you get the camera yourself, and it's a model that is 'Plug and Play' compatible with Vera (see 'Supported Cameras' below), then you should be sure the camera is configured to get an IP address automatically, and that the username is set to: dceadmin and the password is set to: dcepass.
You will need to specify: The URL (your camera's manual may denote this as "path" or "snapshot address") needs to retrieve the actual JPEG file, not just an HTML page that has the JPEG file somewhere on it.
For example, if you can view a JPEG file from your camera with this URL: Quality=Standard, then put in these settings: IP Address: 192.168.81.5 Path: Snapshot. Quality=Standard and be sure to provide the username/password if one is needed.
After you specify this information, click the red 'Save' button, and then you can see the camera by clicking the 'View Camera' option.
In Vera's setup page click Devices, Luup plugins, Install/uninstall plugins, and click 'install' next to either the 'Generic IP Camera' plugin, or, if you see a plugin for your particular camera, such as 'Panasonic IP Camera with Pan/Tilt/Zoom' use that instead.