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Model: LV-KNT982D22D4

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  • LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System (No HDD Included)
  • 2x 4MP Cameras (2688x1520)
  • 2x 2MP Cameras (1920x1080)
  • Remote
  • Power Cord/SATA/HDMI Cables
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Can someone smarter than me tell me if I can have the main unit of this system in a different room as my router, with NO HARD WIRE CONNECTION between the two? That is, can this system connect wirelessly to my router?

And if not, does anyone know of a system that does?

My cameras/ wires have to enter my house at the opposite end of where my router lives, and there's no way to run a network cable between the two.
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Can someone smarter than me tell me if I can have the main unit of this system in a different room as my router, with NO HARD WIRE CONNECTION between the two? That is, can this system connect wirelessly to my router?

And if not, does anyone know of a system that does?

My cameras/ wires have to enter my house at the opposite end of where my router lives, and there's no way to run a network cable between the two.
Something like this might help you: https://amzn.to/2IFSLbu
It allows you to extend move your 'data lines' into your power lines and depending on model broadcast wifi at the end point.
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A nice kit.

Note domes are not great for outdoors, but better for indoors.

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Can someone smarter than me tell me if I can have the main unit of this system in a different room as my router, with NO HARD WIRE CONNECTION between the two? That is, can this system connect wirelessly to my router?

And if not, does anyone know of a system that does?

My cameras/ wires have to enter my house at the opposite end of where my router lives, and there's no way to run a network cable between the two.
Hi Cheetoh

As an IP based system you can find various standard ways to build out your network.

Personally I would recommend looking at a powerline adapter before going wifi to connect your 2 rooms.

Also, remember DO NOT port forward, but setup a VPN if you want to access the cameras from outside of your home.
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NeweggFlash [newegg.com] again has LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System w/ 4x Dome Cameras (No HDD Included, LV-KNT982D22D4) for $299.99. Shipping is free.

Please Note: A hard drive is not included with this system. This deal does not have a $30 giftcard as last time, but it is $30 less. A sale tactic/marketing from NewEgg?

Includes
LaView NVR PoE IP 8-Channel Security Surveillance System
2x 4MP Cameras (2688x1520)
2x 2MP Cameras (1920x1080)
Remote
Power Cord/SATA/HDMI Cables


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Can someone smarter than me tell me if I can have the main unit of this system in a different room as my router, with NO HARD WIRE CONNECTION between the two? That is, can this system connect wirelessly to my router?

And if not, does anyone know of a system that does?

My cameras/ wires have to enter my house at the opposite end of where my router lives, and there's no way to run a network cable between the two.
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Something like this might help you: https://amzn.to/2IFSLbu
It allows you to extend move your 'data lines' into your power lines and depending on model broadcast wifi at the end point.
What cdandro said. Powerline adapters should work well in your case. It's what I use. If your house is wired for coax, MoCA adapters are another option to look into.
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A nice kit.

Note domes are not great for outdoors, but better for indoors.



Hi Cheetoh

As an IP based system you can find various standard ways to build out your network.

Personally I would recommend looking at a powerline adapter before going wifi to connect your 2 rooms.

Also, remember DO NOT port forward, but setup a VPN if you want to access the cameras from outside of your home.
Dear Mat2000,

I'm very interest in BI but don't know where to start.
a) Do I need to purchase the software for my PC and phone? Where can I buy those?
b) What is "setup a VPN" if I want to access the cameras from outside of my home? Do I need to have VPN service?
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Mat2000 (and all),

Forgive me that I submitted the deal a minute after someone Smilie !!!
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Dear Mat2000,

I'm very interest in BI but don't know where to start.
a) Do I need to purchase the software for my PC and phone? Where can I buy those?
b) What is "setup a VPN" if I want to access the cameras from outside of my home? Do I need to have VPN service?
Hi Sky,

Blue Iris - there is a demo version you can download and play with.

Yes you would need to buy a license for the PC, and mobile.

Note - if you have Dahua OEM or Hikvision OEM cameras - both Dahua and Hikvision have free software for PCs and mobile.

Some people like to have a mix of cameras and thus Blue Iris works well in those cases, or another VMS software - like milestone systems VMS. ( Video management system )

ipcamtalk is full of Blue Iris fans.

VPN:
You do not want a VPN service - think of VPN as a portal .. a VPN service gives you a portal OUT of your home.

You want a portal INTO your home - so you want to run a VPN setup on your router

see the "how to secure..." notes at ipcamtalk
https://ipcamtalk.com/wiki/index/
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Mat2000 (and all),

Forgive me that I submitted the deal a minute after someone Smilie !!!
LOL, no need to ask for forgiven, I COMPLETELY appreciate you doing so, and including a good clear title.
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Hi Sky,

Blue Iris - there is a demo version you can download and play with.

Yes you would need to buy a license for the PC, and mobile.

Note - if you have Dahua OEM or Hikvision OEM cameras - both Dahua and Hikvision have free software for PCs and mobile.

Some people like to have a mix of cameras and thus Blue Iris works well in those cases, or another VMS software - like milestone systems VMS. ( Video management system )

ipcamtalk is full of Blue Iris fans.

VPN:
You do not want a VPN service - think of VPN as a portal .. a VPN service gives you a portal OUT of your home.

You want a portal INTO your home - so you want to run a VPN setup on your router

see the "how to secure..." notes at ipcamtalk
https://ipcamtalk.com/wiki/index/
Thanks Mat2000,

Not buying BI would save me some money and it's great with our limited budget.
We have LaView cameras which I believe Hikvision OEM cameras. I'm not impressed with LaView app on my phone. I have read that Hikvision mobile app and PC software work for LaView, but I really don't know which one is which and where to get them. Perhaps, you or someone from here with a good heart will give me some direction.

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Thanks Mat2000,

Not buying BI would save me some money and it's great with our limited budget.
We have LaView cameras which I believe Hikvision OEM cameras. I'm not impressed with LaView app on my phone. I have read that Hikvision mobile app and PC software work for LaView, but I really don't know which one is which and where to get them. Perhaps, you or someone from here with a good heart will give me some direction.
Hi Sky,

Look for Hikvision USA online and search for their download section.

Also you can go to ipcamtalk and look at their hikvision section.

I have not used Hikvision so I don't recall what they call their software.
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