Eagle Eye CameraManager has special support for CloudCams, a selection of Eagle Eye Networks and other cameras which are optimized for cloud-based video surveillance. The benefits of the CloudCam are "Plug & Play" auto-connect, hardened security and well-integrated within Eagle Eye CameraManager.
Within Eagle Eye CameraManager you can add devices in two ways:
Add via local network
Add by MAC address
The following models can be added with the “Add by MAC” feature. You can do this the following way:
Other devices that are not in this list cannot be added via add by MAC address.
How to Tag Shared Cameras
Tagging Shared Cameras: Shared Cameras can easily be tagged for quickly locating, accessing, and grouping with the rest of your cameras. Find the Cameras Shared With Me section on the Dashboard. This section is located below the Bridges/Cameras ...
New router, Cameras are offline
Normally when you get another router, you will get another global IP. First you will have to be connected to the same network as the cameras. To find your new global IP, go to an IP lookup website. ( Like https://www.ping.eu/ ) On the top of the ...
Adding Cameras Through RTSP
For best results, we recommend using cameras on our officially supported list. We also understand that this isn’t always possible. Some installations need to make use of existing equipment or may have specialty cameras. We have an advanced option ...
Enabling ONVIF Support for Axis Cameras
Enabling ONVIF Support for Axis Cameras Axis makes terrific cameras and as a founding member of the ONVIF standard, they are a great compliment to our product. Axis uniquely handles security for their cameras, and the purpose of this article is to ...
Deleting Cameras & Bridges
There may come a time that you need to delete a bridge and camera from an account. This process is very simple and can be completed from the dashboard of the sub account. WARNING: This will delete all data and video stored for the device. The video ...