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Tooway and network (IP) cameras

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Sep 8th, 2010 at 5:08pm  
As far as you know do network (IP) cameras, based on open IP standards, work with tooway?

Iím happy with tooway (user since 2009) but I recently had a big disappointment on a similar issue, not being able to use VPN. They sell tool/services for VPN and probably not happy if you do it yourself.


Since they similarly do sell a Kit ToowayCam, Iím a little bit puzzled whether to buy a network camera or not.


Nicola

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Reply #1 - Sep 8th, 2010 at 7:33pm  
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As far as you know do network (IP) cameras, based on open IP standards, work with tooway?

Iím happy with tooway (user since 2009) but I recently had a big disappointment on a similar issue, not being able to use VPN. They sell tool/services for VPN and probably not happy if you do it yourself.

Since they similarly do sell a Kit ToowayCam, Iím a little bit puzzled whether to buy a network camera or not.

Nicola

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Have a look, click here and/or click here

Maybe a service like www.logmein.com can help you. We use it to control and access our servers in UK and Spain from remote (iPad).
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