• Locate the mini CD-R software installation disc that was included inside the package with your EZ Cam. Insert the disc into the computer that will be running your camera monitoring software.


  •  Find the file on the disc that is titled IPCamSetup and run that setup file. Follow the on-screen installation instructions.


  • At the end of the installation it will tell you to remove ALL discs from your CD/DVD drives (including the IPCam installation disc). Then choose “Yes- restart my computer now”


  • When you computer boots back-up you should find an icon on your desktop that is labelled “IP Camera Tool”.


  • Before you open the camera tool use the included Cat 5 network cable and plug it into the back of your EZ Cam and the other end into an empty port on the back of your router. Then plug your EZ Cam into a near-by wall AC Outlet using the included power supply cord.


  • Now you are ready to use the IP Camera Tool software that you just installed. Open the IP Camera Tool on your computer and you will see a large white window screen. This tool will search for your EZ ip Cams automatically!


  • Click on your EZ Cam address that you see listed. Right-click on your choice and choose “Network Configuration”. Make sure your set your Subnet Mask, Gateway, and DNS Server addresses to match your routers addresses. If you have a linksys router you can compare these addresses by logging into your Linksys Router using this address in Internet Explorer:


  • You can set your IP Address of your camera here also by either checking the box to obtain from DHCP Server or assigning your own “static address” (such as I would recommend using a static address if you will be operating more than one EZ Cam.


  • Make a note of your EZ Cam’s IP Address and the HTTP Port Number (exmpl: 80)


  • Open Internet Explorer and type in the address of your EZ Cam followed by a colon symbol and your HTTP Port number (exmpl: http://192.168.1.xxx:80)


                                    DIAGRAM A

  • SUCCESS! You should see a “Sign in” screen. (see Diagram A) note: screens may vary from diagrams


  •  Your default Sign In, unless you have changed it, should be, User: admin and Password: (leave blank). You should see video feed from your camera now and the screen should look similar to Diagram B.