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Connect a supported Poly IP camera to your Poly Studio G62 system.

 

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NoteThe Poly Studio G62 system LLN port doesn't provide power to connected peripherals. Use a PoE Ethernet switch or PoE injector to power your Poly IP peripherals.
 

Procedure

  1. To provide power and data connectivity, connect a supported PoE Ethernet switch, such as a Netgear A/V Line M4250 GSM4210PD, to the LLN port on the Poly Studio G62 system.

    If you're connecting only one Poly IP camera, you can use a PoE injector.

  2. Using the Ethernet cable that shipped with your camera, connect the camera to an available port on the Ethernet switch.
  3. After powering on your system, finish setup by accessing the system web interface.
    1. In the system web interface, go to Device Management > Available Devices.
    2. Next to the Poly IP camera entry, select Pair.
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