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Experimenting for a client to see if an Axis P1344 HD IP camera can be recognized as an option under "Specify" at "Select a Camera" under "Video" in the menu.  This would be preferrable to bringing the camera up in the web browser and sharing the camera's images from the desktop.  The camera is connected to the laptop with a CAT5e cable.  The laptop with the M100 software and the Axis camera would be at a remote location and connecting to the client's HDX7000.  Has anyone done this or something similar or know a way to accomplish this?

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Hi JoeIT...

because the axis cam cannot be connected via usb, there isn´t a chance to choose that one under "select camera".

What you coud do is:

* initiate a call from the m100 to the hdx

* on the desktop machine open a webbrowser, connect to the camera and send that information as content

 

Another option is to connect to the camera via webbroser  and use people+content IP to send the image directly to the hdx7000.

 

As this has nothing to do with "normal" videoconferencing, the image quality might be poor. But give it a try.

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Thank you for your response.  If it will only work if the IP camera can be connected via a USB port, can a USB Ethernet adapter be used as the intermediate device to get the camera connected and recognized by the M100 software?  Or is the problem that the M100 software cannot communicate with an IP camera via Ethernet protocols?

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