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The makers of the Axis Surveillance cameras publish some code that is supposed to enable you to stream the video and audio to a customized website created just for that purpose, however they do not support you in this effort and instead encourages you to seek help form those with experience. Does anyone here have experience with setting up a custom website to stream the data from these Axis cameras?

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Kerem ERSOY earned 2000 total points
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I've done it earlier. In fact what you'd do is to create an HTML page and put a reference to the the AXIS camera where you want it to play the live capture or static picture. But please don't forget hat you'll need to configure your AXIS camera correctly including IP/MASK and Default Gateway address and you'll need to enable Destination NAT feature of your firewall depending on where it is located in your subnet.

In fact the sample code from AXIS is quite easy to manage.

Cheers,
K.
 
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