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You can purchase expensive wireless equipment and still have poor signal due to interference or thick walls. These issues can lead to an unreliable security system that drops cameras, or appears to skip video. The video below outlines how to use an iPhone or Android to determine the wireless strength in areas around your home or business. It is relevant to test the connection strength at every location you intend to mount a wireless camera at. It is recommended to not make any compromises when it comes to wireless because it can be troublesome to troubleshoot. Select the drop down box that states WIREDEFAULT and select wireless. Click the button next to the drop down box that says DEFAULT. Then select the Radio Button marked STATIC. Now you can alter the address of the camera. Make sure the address is not the same as another device on your network, the subnet mask matches the rest of your network, and the default gateway is correct. The WiFi address cannot be the same as the wired address, make sure to set it to something other than your wired address such as 192.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

That gives you not only a wide angle view of the area around your front door, but a top to bottom view that lets you see the entire person approaching your door. It's also a handy view for spotting packages. Nest says the camera has HDR imaging for a clear picture, and there's a night vision feature, too. The camera doesn't just kick on when someone rings a doorbell. Motion sensors capture the image of anyone who approaches your door, and you're sent an alert on your phone. As with Nest Cam IQ, you can subscribe to Nest Aware to use the Familiar Faces feature and get continuous video storage.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Having mentioned price, you might as well consider testing one of these so called smart smoke detectors. Some of these can be turned off by waving your arm at it in case it is accidentally set off. These smart detectors also give out a preliminary warning tone that tells you there’s smoke somewhere in the house, and gives you a chance to act. Other than that, smart detectors are also connected in a wireless network, and are able to talk to each other. So if a fire occurs in the basement and you’re in the bedroom, these smart little things will still sound the alarm wherever you are in the house. Stopping the alarm by waving however won’t work wirelessly.