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D-Link NetCams Your Eyes at Home

4 July 2009 1,658 views No Comment

How much do you trust your nanny who taking care your children. These days are going crazy when hearing the news about child abuse and sometimes caused death to the children.

No need to be worried. There’s D-link who recently announced to began shipping a network camera that allows users to remotely monitor live streaming video through the company’s new www.mydlink.com portal.

D-Link released two models, the new DCS-1100 Mydlink-enabled wired network camera feature easy installation and setup, mobile 3G and Web monitoring, 16x digital zoom, motion detection, integrated microphone and multiple profiles. The DCS-1100 connects to the home or small business network via a standard network cable, while the DCS-1130 connects using 802.11n Wi-Fi with WPS support.

With 3GPP mobile surveillance, users can view a live feed from the cameras using a 3G-enabled cell phone, PDA or any compatible RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) device. Users are offered a flexible and convenient way to remotely monitor their homes or offices in real time from anywhere within a customer’s mobile network by simply using a common 3GPP-compatible player on the mobile device.

Mydlink-enabled products let users with high-speed Internet, a home network and a PC quickly and easily install and monitor compatible home networking devices. The groundbreaking mydlink portal takes the work out of activation and management of devices by offering the following user experience:

To add Mydlink-enabled products to the mydlink portal users follow these steps.
Simply plug the camera into your router and start Setup which is as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Run the Installation Wizard and follow the on-screen prompts.
2. Log on to mydlink.com from anywhere you can access the Internet.
3. Start managing your mydlink-enabled device(s).
Unfortunately mydlink.com currently only requires computer running Microsoft Windows 2000 or above with IE6.0 or above with access to the internet.

For advanced users that want more out of their camera, the DCS-1130 also comes with D-Link D-ViewCam management software. D-ViewCam comes with a host of features including the ability to record directly from the camera to a local hard drive, trigger motion detection, set recording schedules, set e-mail alert notifications, and even support for up to 32 cameras.

Now you can own D-Link DCS-1100 Mydlink-enabled Network Camera on sale for $179.99 $143.99 or D-Link DCS-1130 Mydlink-enabled Wireless Network Camera on sale for $219.99 $176.19.

Don’t let any bad condition happen.Now you can remotely monitor your home and your office anytime-anywhere through D-link Netcams.

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