I live on a small access road with two neighbors beyond me. A thief is stealing farm equipment and hay from us during the night. I need this system described below so that me and my neighbor can monitor live if we want to. Hopefully we will find the thief and use the recordings as evidence.
I have an IP camera in use. It works fine within the range of my own router. How can I somehow link this feed to the internet? The camera is a Foscam. That company has their own cloud based service along with a monthly charge. I would prefer doing the storage myself but want a neighbor to be able to access both the live stream and also the recordings up to 5 days old. How can I accomplish this? I should add that I have a two part point to point two-way internet link that works for up to four miles. The neighbor is only 1/4 mile away. This system could be used if necessary but I would have to find out how to implement it. I have tried that link at four miles away line of sight and I got on my own home internet connection at that distance. Any ideas would be much appreciated.
What software do you use to access the camera? Do you know what port it is running on? If you do you'll need to open a port on your router and map it to the port and ip address of the camera.
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