eufyCam E

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John Difool
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eufyCam E

Post by John Difool » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:58 pm

Hi, has somebody got the eufycam successfully working?

I've got them connected successfully as "Generic Model" and using "Generic RTSP". However after the first successful configuration the status of the cameras is now "connecting".

What else has to be configured to make this camera working? Any ideas/suggestions?

Thanks for your help.

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John

John Difool
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Re: eufyCam E

Post by John Difool » Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:06 pm

Update: During last night in the eufyBase 14 recordings has been stored. However on the QNAP NAS only 4 recordings can be found.
So the RTSP connection is somehow working...

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Re: eufyCam E

Post by Chips » Sun Feb 23, 2020 2:29 am

Hi John, have you communicated with QNAP support? Or have you found out why only 4 out of 14 recordings are stored on the QNAP NAS? Can you use the QNAP surveillance app or how do you watch the recordings stored on the NAS? I just sent a request to QNAP Support if they can mention any wireless, battery powered outdoor IP Cam, which allows to store the recordings locally on a QNAP NAS. Is eufyCam E the only one? In general, it seems to be a good solution.

Sorry, I am not much of help, I am rather generating additional questions.

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Re: eufyCam E

Post by Chips » Tue Feb 25, 2020 1:17 am

Hi John,

Did you assign a fixed IP address to your eufyCam E 2 cam(s)? When you talk about 14 recordings are this simultaneous or sequentiell recordings? How many IP Cams have you installed? Is your QNAP NAS capable to manage more than four IP Cams?

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