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Connecting to your IP Cameras:

Below is some generic info when setting up your IP Based camera systems.  Although there are several ways to connect, one of the details pointed out below is related to RTSP Streams.  I found myself looking for this information over and over so I decided to share it from Ispyconnects site to make it easier to find.

Models Type Protocol Path
example camera IP: 192.158.0.200

Main Stream:rtsp://192.158.0.200:554/11
Vice Stream:rtsp://192.158.0.200:554/12
Phone Stream:rtsp://192.158.0.200:554/13

Audio Talk Model Cookies Flags
100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1020 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1024 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
105 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1080 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1080P FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
110 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1111 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
117 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
117 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1200HB FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1200HB FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
1200-hg FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
122 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1221 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
1233 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1243 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
130 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
136 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
151A FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
16043 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
1M1G FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1m1w FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1MB1G FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1mb1w FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1mb1w FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
1MB1W HD FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1MBMW FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1md1g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1md1g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
1md4 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
1pcc FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
2.0mp FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
2.18 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
2014 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
204 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
2100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
222222 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
2432 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2MB2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2mb2g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2MB2W FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2mb86p FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2MD3W FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
2MD3W FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
2mp FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
2mp FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
3400-ov9712a FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
345t3 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
3500 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
3500-ov9712a FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
3550 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
3mp FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
454 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
5 mp FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
54009 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
54tqk01 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
630 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
640cam FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
692a FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
720 3 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
720 4 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
720P FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
720p30 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
864 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
960ipc FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
A110 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
A288870944 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ab-1002hb FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
alan FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ali cam FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ANT FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
AP013 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B 12 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B10A FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B11N-WA FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B12 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
B12NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
B12NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
b15 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B15N-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B603W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
B603W FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
B80L FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
BC-1207 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Biru FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
BT13N-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
bubo vchod FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
buiten FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
bullet FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
buyee FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
C300E FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
ccip FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Cesta Bubo FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
china no name FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ChinaATV FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
chinacam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
chinardi FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ChinaUnk FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Chinese FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Cina dlouho trvalo FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
cl-4001 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
cmc FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
cms FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
colcam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Cotier FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
Cotier DM-G31-2S FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
CVADY-I454 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
CV-IP5020C FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
CYBOIP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
CYBOIP-W03 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
d09-w FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
D300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
dannetest FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Day IP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
DB-POWER FFMPEG http:// videostream.asf?user=[USERNAME]&pwd=[PASSWORD]&resolution=64&rate=0 Possible None
DBPOWER C300E FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
DBPower-1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ddd FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
Deck FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
DG900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
digitud FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
Digitud FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Digitus FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
DIGITUS FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Digitus OptiGuard FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
DL-550 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
DM 16040 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
DN-16040rev2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
DN16040Rev2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
DN-16043 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
dn-16046 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
dn2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Dome FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
DOME FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
dsk603 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
dssd FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
EC-1207 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Edge FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Edge 41 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Edge 42 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Edge 43 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Edge 43 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Edge 44 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Edge 44 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Edimax FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
efdw FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ELEC FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
eSCAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ESCAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
Escam Brick 900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ESCAM BRICK QD300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ESCAM IP66 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ESCAM QF300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ESCAM QF605 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
escamQD900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
esense FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
esense FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
EXCELVAN FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Eye03L FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
EyeCam FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
EYEcam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
eyecam-link FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ezviz FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
ffos FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
fgdfggf FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Fixed FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
flur FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Frede FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
FREDE JPEG http:// snapshot.jpg?user=[USERNAME]&pwd=[PASSWORD]&strm=[CHANNEL] No None
frgate FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
front 2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
front right FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
front-31 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
fullhd FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Funyai FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Funzionante FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
FY-UHE20SWF FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
FY-UHE20SWF FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
glofine FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Gradina FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Gradina1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
greie FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
GTN-EYE01W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
H04 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
H05 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
h05s FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
H113 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
H113 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
H210 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
h264 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
h6837wi FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HaasCam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
haiwvision FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HAREX FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HAREX FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
HAREX 1MP 720p FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Harex 2MP FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Hartex FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HawkCam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
hd 988 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
HD 988 W-A FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HD IPC 1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HD720 2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HD988 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HD988 W-A FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
HDCAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HDCAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
hdip FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
HDIP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HDIPC FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HDIPC FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
hdready FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
hdready FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
hi3516e FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
hinten FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
homsafe-1md1g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HOOTOO FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Hootoo ip008 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HooToo IP211HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
HOOTOO IP211HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Hosafe FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Hosafe FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
hosafe 1080 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Hosafe 1mb1w FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HOSAFE 2MB2W FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HoSafe_m1b1w_A1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HOSAFE-1MB1G FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HOSAFE-1MB1G FFMPEG rtsp:// /user=admin_password=tlJwpbo6_channel=1_stream=1.sdp Possible None
HOSAFE-2MB3W FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Hoscam FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HR106-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
HRX FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HRX-I5024 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HRX-I5024P FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HRX-I524C FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HT IP211 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ht692 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HT-IP008HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ht-ip211hdp FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HT-IP211HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HT-IP211HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
HT-IP212HDP FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
HZD-600DM FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
HZnaet FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
I463 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
i5024 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ICAM606 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ICAM-903 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
icc FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ICC-B13N-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
id 6032 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
idn FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IIPC FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IIPC B13N FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
imd1g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Imd1g FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Inside Dome FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IP Bullet FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IP01 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ip10 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IP-1002DC FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IP100BW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IP123 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ip2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ip391w-hd FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IP391wHD FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IP391W-HD FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
ip720 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IP720 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IP720P-32B FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPA FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IP-B12NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPC FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IPC -SA1100HB FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ipc1100ha FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IP-CAM-02 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCAM1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCAM1080P FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCAM2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCamera2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
ipcc b13n w FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ipcc d09-w FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ipcc h03 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC N13NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IPCC15 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ipcc-b10 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCCB10 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B10a FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B10A FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B12 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B12NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B12NW FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IPCC-B12W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ipcc-b15n FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B15N-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-B20 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IPCC-B24 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IPCC-D08 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-D09-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
IPCC-D09-W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCC-H04 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPC-H110-B FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IPC-H6310 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
ipcloud FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPCLOUDCAMERA FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPC-TP2191 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
IPC-TP-2191 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IPCW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPPC-D08 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ips FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPS-E01312VW FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPSeye_01A FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPS-HS 1822L FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPS-HS 1822L FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
ips-hs1812vw FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
IPW4-04 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
IRKina FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
JAPOS2 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
JideTech FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
jjj FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
jovision FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
jovision JVS-N61-NA FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
JV-ND406HD3 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
JVS N61NA FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
kamera zunaj spodaj FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
KDM-A 102 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
KDM-A111 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
kiinakamera FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Kinakamera FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
KtoToWie FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
left front FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
left rear FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Link FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
lll FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
luar FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
m1b1w-A1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
macam FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Martin1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ME1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
MEGAPIXEL IP CAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
metsuki FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Mie FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
mine FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
mini001 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MiniDOME FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MISC FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
model FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MP1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
MUSZLOWA FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
MY 304 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MY103 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MY-304 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
MY-307 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MY-310 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
MY36 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
N61 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
nc400 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
NC649M-P FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
NC848M-P FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
NC856MV FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
NC862MW-P FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
NCN01 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
nnn1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Nouvelle FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
nvsip FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
NVSIP FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
NVSIP VLC rtsp:// cam1/mpeg4 Possible None
onvif FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
onvif FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Other FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Other FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Other FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Other FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
Other VLC rtsp:// 12 Possible None
Other MJPEG http:// videostream.cgi?user=[USERNAME]&pwd=[PASSWORD]&resolution=32&rate=0 No None
Other VLC rtsp:// video.mp4 Possible None
otsasein FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
outside FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Outside 1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
ovision FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
OWL FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
OWLVISION FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
p2p FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
P2P FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
P2P FFMPEG rtsp:// /ucast/11 Possible None
p2p camera FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
p2p camera FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
P2PCAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
P66 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Phoenix FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Pluto FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
POE FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
porch FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
PPRT-000235-PFYMF FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
prato FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
profile s FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
PTZ-China FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Q6320 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
q9450r FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
qd300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
QD500 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
qd6320 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
QD900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
QD900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
QD900-1 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
QD900WIFI FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
QF510 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
qf604 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
qf605 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
QUESTAVA FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
R-10 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
radu FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
R-N400A5 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Rohit FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
RTT 3300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
rtt3300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Rtt3300 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
RTT-3400 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
RTT-3500 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
RTT-51 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
RTT-5100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
RTT-5900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /12 Possible None
RTT-5900 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
s31430895 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
S6203Y-WRA FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
S817720226 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SACAM FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
sad FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Saeed-Cam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SA-IPC1100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1100HB FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SA-ipc1100hc FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1100-HC FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
sa-ipc1100hi FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1200HG FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1200HG FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1200HI FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
SA-IPC1200HI FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Sam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
sculink FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SECULINK FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SECULINK FFMPEG rtsp:// /live1.264 Possible None
Seculink1100 FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Seculink1100HA FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
securecam FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Securlink FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Sinocam FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
SP-P1802SPTZ FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SP-P1802SWPTZ FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SP-P18038S-POE FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
sp-p701w FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SP-P702W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SP-P702WPTZ FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SP-P703W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Sricam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Starcam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
static FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
steve cam FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Stick Mount FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
stropna FFMPEG rtsp:// /live0.264 Possible None
Stugan FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Sumvision FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Suneyes FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Sunvision FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
Sunvision-5 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
sv_B603W FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
SV19 FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
sv3c FFMPEG rtsp:// /11 Possible None
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Security cameras and their costs to install

Found a great article on Security Camera equipment and installation costs through HomeAdvisor.com. Read below or click on the link. https://www.homeadvisor.com/cost/safety-and-security/install-a-surveillance-camera/

More than ever before, surveillance systems are available in a variety of types and prices to provide a feeling of safety and security to a wide range of homeowners. The average cost of a security system and installation is $1,381. Due to the variations in types and quality of cameras, the installation typically ranges between $723 and $2,072. Wired systems cost less for parts but more for installation, at $150-$200 per camera, compared to their wireless counterparts. The good news: installing any type of system can save costs on home insurance.

There are two choices to make: wireless or wired IP cameras, or CCTV cameras. However, many other factors contribute to the final setup. Most systems have multiple cameras with either cloud (NVR) or on-site (DVR) storage. Sometimes they include motion detectors, improved resolution, professional monitoring, and night vision capabilities. Increased options mean increased complexity, and increased costs. Ultimately, your needs and preferences are going to dictate the final bill.

On This Page:

  1. Installation Costs
    1. Wired
    2. Wireless
  2. Security System Equipment Prices
    1. CCTV
    2. IP
    3. Camera Types
  3. Other Price Factors
    1. Indoor vs. Outdoor
    2. Resolution
    3. Field of View
    4. Motion Detection
    5. Night Vision/Infrared
  4. Audio Surveillance

Installation Costs

Over the years, security camera prices have plummeted, making them an affordable necessity. An average security system installation will cost about $1500. But the price for professional installation can vary drastically depending on system type and number of cameras. On top of equipment costs, each camera will range between $100 to $200 for professional installation. A system designed for DIY installation will cost you nothing but time, if you have the tools. Whether you end up going the DIY route or hiring a pro, an initial consultation will help you understand your exact needs based on the requirements of your home. A consultation is usually free. The size and type will depend on many factors:

  • The Size of Your Home: The more area, the more cameras needed. You’ll also need higher quality with better resolution and field of vision for larger areas.
  • Security Needs: Ranging from a couple cameras to monitor your children to 360-degree coverage both inside and outside your home to deter criminal activity.
  • External or Internal: Internal cameras don’t need to be weatherproof and are often less expensive than external varieties.
  • Wired or Wireless: Wires make for a much tougher install. Professional help is recommended.
  • Monitored or Unmonitored: A security service adds to installation complexities but provides 24-hour monitoring and other upgrades at a monthly fee.

Which should you go with and where should they be placed? Consulting with a professional can help you understand what works best for your home, family, and budget.

Wired System – $150 – $200

Though the installation runs higher than wireless averaging about $150 to $200 per camera– the elements of wired systems are more affordable. Because holes will be drilled, wires added, and conduit put in place, hiring a contractor is typically necessary. Beyond the upfront expenditure, the only real drawback is fixed locations. The pros may outweigh the cons. Wired systems cannot be hacked remotely, jammed, and have power built in – often with battery backups for power outages.

Wireless System – $100

Wireless systems are easy to install, making them the choice for DIY projects. A DIY install will run you $0 with professional work only about $100 per camera. They’re also easy to move and almost always offer remote access. Drawbacks include no direct power source and must be installed within your home’s wireless network range to function correctly. They often have lower resolution than wired counterparts and can be hacked remotely. Wireless models are also subject to signal interference.

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Security System and Equipment Prices

Do you want NVR or DVR to record the video in your home? Would you like your system monitored or unmonitored? That depends on whether you go with a CCTV or IP system and the type and quality of cameras you end up purchasing.

Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) – about $70 – $300

This is a system that typically works independently of the internet – cameras record video and store it in a location. These are either monitored locally or store video on a physical Digital Video Recorder (DVR). CCTV packages start out as little as $70 to $340 per camera depending on additional features, like high definition and larger digital storage. Large homes and businesses often us CCTV. You can connect the DVR to the internet – which allows for remote viewing but also opens it up to hacking.

Internet Protocol (IP) – from $60 to $300

IP cameras are almost always wireless and connect directly to the internet, making them the choice for DIY installations. They broadcast video over your local network and usually store video digitally on a Network Video Recorder (NVR). However, this makes them susceptible to both hacking and internet outages. IP systems are easily configurable and expandable and often come with better features, like high resolution and night vision.

Types of Security Cameras

Camera type will affect the final cost equation. You may need different styles depending on location and security requirements.

Type Price Features
Dummy $15 each
  • They don’t record anything but give the appearance of a surveillance system.
Dome $100 – $150
  • Designed to mount to a ceiling.
  • Offer both a wide field of view and options for movement control.
Hidden $100 – $150
  • Can fit anywhere, from a photo frame to a smoke detector
  • Commonly used indoors
  • Can replace a door peephole
Bullet $100
  • Easy to find in stores
  • Small size
Box $100 (includes installation)
  • Large standalone with a box shape used outside the home.
  • Durable and visible

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Other Factors That Affect Cost

Upgrades are often needed to meet security requirements. What good is a security camera that can’t see? These will often increase cost, but leave you with a system that works. Unique angles, lighting, and coverage areas create a need for different types of cameras, increased resolution, night vision, motion detection, and other upgrades.

Placement determines necessary equipment upgrades like wide angle lenses, night vision, weatherproofing, and concealment. More cameras with higher resolution will require larger DVRs and NVRs. Know what you need before you install. Research which includes consulting a licensed professional installer – provides the clearest understanding of what you’ll need and where you’ll need it.

Indoor vs Outdoor

Price varies between indoor and outdoor video surveillance. Indoor types don’t need to be weatherproof and often have a limited range and resolution. They are often of the smaller variety, usually using hidden, bullet, or dome styles. External types often need better visibility and durability – both deter possible criminal activity. Typically, cameras used outside the home can see farther and have better resolution costing an average of $100 each vs. their indoor counterparts starting at $60. Both will need an additional average of $100 each to install.

Resolution

Security camera resolution is measured in television lines (tvl) though are often advertised by the more common 480p, 720p, and 1080p resolution terms. The higher the resolution, the higher the price, the clearer the image. What resolution you need depends on how you’ll use your system.

  • Low Resolution – $100 – anything below 1080p definition. These run around $100 each. These types are useful for areas where details, like faces and writing, aren’t really necessary. For systems set up to monitor what kids or a housekeeper are doing, low definition is the choice.
  • High Resolution – $100 – $300 those at or above 1080p definition add an additional $100 to $300 to a standard low definition camera. When you need a clear picture of a person, license plate, or another identifying mark, go with a higher definition (HD). These are recommended for any entry points to your home. Higher resolution also means more bandwidth and larger file sizes, requiring more significant investments in video storage. If you’re not sure what resolution you need for your system, it’s best to call a pro or default to HD to avoid having to upgrade later.

Field of View

Depending on the layout of your home, you may need wide-angle cameras in some areas and narrow in others. There is no real cost difference in buying a wide-angle camera vs. a narrow angle. Since wide viewing angles are typically used for covering large areas, like an open yard or parking lot, you’ll need fewer cameras. Wider fields of view allow a camera to capture more but at the cost of object size. Objects in wide angle lenses appear to have a fishbowl effect. making them appear smaller and slightly distorted. When picture quality is an issue, using multiple units with a narrow viewing angle is more appropriate. A smaller field of view is better for specific targets, like doors, gates, and windows.

Motion Detection

Motion detectors are often a part of a comprehensive security system. They reduce power requirements and can be used to alert you and a monitoring service of a potential problem. A typical motion detector camera will cost less than a standard one, running about $15 to $150before installation costs. A standalone motion detector costs between $20 and $50. When hooked up, they allow recording only when motion is detected reducing power usage and data storage needs. They can also be connected to lights and alarms – both inside and outside your home. External motion sensors often get tripped accidentally by blown debris and animals. Some cameras with integrated motion detecting don’t start recording quickly enough, missing possible intruders.

Night Vision and Infrared Illuminator

Standard night vision is the amplification of available light, like moonlight and streetlights. Infrared (IR) imaging uses the infrared light given off by heated sources. This light isn’t visible to the human eye, but an IR camera sees it and converts it to the visible light spectrum. Infrared illuminators, those little red lights, emit IR light. IR cameras give a higher quality picture than standard night vision. You can go one step further and purchase a separate IR illuminator to flood a larger area. These run between $15 to $90.

Monitored Security Services

Monitored services range from $30 to $65 monthly with initial setup fees ranging from $0 to $200. These services add an additional layer of protection to your home security system. Most current monitored systems are wireless and provide smart home features, like remote lighting, heating, and even door lock controls. For this additional monthly charge, your home will be monitored 24 hours a day, alerting you and the authorities to any disturbance including fires.

Audio Surveillance

Cameras with microphone setups are only a few dollars more than those without audio capabilities. Adding them after a system is already installed is usually easy and inexpensive. They run between $10 to $30 each. A few states have two-party consent laws for recording conversations. These laws require either the consent of the person you’re recording or visibly posting that audio recording is occurring on the premises. Check with your local and state laws before installing any audio equipment. Speak with a professional to make sure you add the correct legal equipment to your system.

 

Electronic Health Tips

Quality sleep is especially important for young children whose brains and bodies require at least 10 hours of sleep a night.

According to The National Sleep Foundation, “30 percent of elementary school children and over 50 percent of middle and high school students failed to get their nightly sleep requirement.”

There are different theories on how exactly screens are disturbing our sleep patterns. Some argue that increased time with screens cuts into our time of physical activity, making us full of energy even when it comes time to sleep. Other arguments claim that at times, the light from screens can overstimulate our brains, which affects our ability to calm down at bedtime. However, there are some solutions on how to use our screens and devices in ways that won’t affect our quality of sleep.

Consider implementing some of these tips into your family’s nightly routine for better, more consistent sleep:

  • Put away screens before bedtime: Try setting a limit on the duration and time of day your family uses their devices. Putting screens away at least an hour before bedtime will give your children adequate time to calm down and get prepared for sleep.
  • Make the bedroom a peaceful place: Some families choose to restrict screens in the bedroom. Cell phones, e-readers, tablets, and other devices are kept in a communal space, which leaves the bedroom a place for resting. This can help kids from feeling tempted to use their devices at bedtime.
  • Practice Consistency: When it comes to getting enough sleep, consistency is best, especially for children. Consider talking with your children about setting a consistent sleep schedule including specific times for bedtime and waking up. Life can be chaotic, but setting a schedule will help increase the quality of sleep our children are getting each night.

Navigating the best practices of screens and other devices can be difficult, especially for parents! But when it comes to quality sleep, the less technology the better. Remember to turn off those screens and wake up rested and ready for the day.

Website Url: http://familytech.com/are-screens-affecting-your-kids-sleep/
Credit: Joe Long

Important Questions to ask a computer repair business

“What is your hourly rate? / How much do you charge per hour?”

Asking the cost of a service is a normal question that most people forget to ask and are shocked at the bill after the services are completed. Never wait till until it’s time to pay the bill to find out how much per hour you’ll be paying.

Acceptable Answer: “We charge between $50 to $75 an hour.”

Reason: Rates vary upon project, and so do the charges along with them. Some companies charge hourly, and some companies charger per service. Most do both because the cost is averaged in the time it takes to do the job that they have done many times over.  $50 to $75 USD per hour is average. Sometimes companies will go to $100 an hour, but to much higher than that and chances are you are getting ripped off.

 

“How many hours will this take to fix?”

You don’t want to find out it took 10 hours hours at $75 an hour to fix your computer.  When a mew computer’s cost could be purchased with the money spent on an old PC. Having at least some idea of how much the grand total will be is important, but any good service should be able to give you an idea before breaking the bank.

Acceptable Answer:“I’m not 100% sure of the problem, but normally things like this can take about X number of hours to fix.”

Reason: If they haven’t looked at the computer yet, a computer repair service can tell you with absolute certainty how many billable hours something like your scenario might take. If it is a reputable company they may just charge a diagnostic fee, and inform you of your problem BEFORE they fix anything.

If all you need is a simple hardware replacement (bad memory or hard drive) or software installation, you might be quoted a specific amount, but otherwise, you should expect a little flexibility on the their answer.


“Do you have a minimum charge?”

Not all problems take hours to repair. A repair service might only spend 10 to 15 minutes solving a particular problem. If your problem happens to be one of these “quick fixes” you should be aware of how you’ll be charged for it.

Acceptable Answer: “Yes, minimum diagnostic fee is to one billable hour minimum.”

Reason: Most computer repair services will charge 1 hour of labor for any time up to one hour spent working on your PC. This is sometimes called a diagnostic fee or minimum bench charge and is completely customary.


“Any extra charges other than the hourly rate?”

Many services we pay for in life are filled with hidden fees. That $24.99 oil change ends up costing close to $50 after they add in all the waste disposal fees, ect.

Acceptable Answer: “No.”

Reason: It is not common practice for a computer repair service to charge extra fees for their standard services. Obviously, if you require replacement hardware or a new piece of software, you should expect to pay for it but you should not expect any sort of hidden fees or surcharges.  If you are having equipment installed like network drops, terminating network cable and having wall plates installed, expect some sort of accessories or parts fee.

If you’re told that there are extra fees, be sure to see a list of them in writing before leaving your PC or requesting service in your home or business.

 

“Do you charge extra for on-site / in home calls?”

National chain computer repair services, in-store, and in-home/in-business repair services are considered completely separate services. You should always be aware of any billing differences between these services before getting your computer repaired.

Answer should be: “Yes, we do charge [a small extra fee or slightly higher hourly rate] for in-home and in business service.”

Caution: If you’re quoted a rate doubled to the normal rate for in-home/business computer repair service, don’t get it. Take your computer to their shop or find another computer repair service. You should expect a repair service to charge a small fee to visit you – perhaps a $10 to $20 USD single “trip” charge or a 10-20% hourly rate increase.

Some computer repair services may not charge anything extra at all for this service. Do not take it as a sign of a low-quality service, just consider yourself lucky!


“Do offer a service guarantee?”

It’s important to know whether or not you can expect a guaranty on the services provided. No one wants to get their computer serviced again two weeks later for the same problem.

For example, if you received an error message like “Windows cannot find C:\Windows\System32\ rundll32.exe ” and the computer repair service corrected the problem for you two weeks ago, it’s reasonable to expect that, at least in the near future, the problem will not happen again.

Answer should be: “Yes. For most problems, we guarantee our service for [30 to 90] days.”

Reason: Anything less than 30 days isn’t a good deal. If a computer repair service offers more than a 90-day guarantee, be sure to read the fine print to see what sorts of problems it covers before you choose that particular service.

In regards to “most computer problems”, don’t expect a computer repair service to remove a virus from your computer and then guarantee that you won’t be infected by it again. Yes, they should make sure your antivirus program is updated, and that you have all the latest operating system updates for your computer, but they can’t do anything about you visiting the same malicious sites and possibly getting infected again.

Important: No reputable computer repair service will guarantee a satisfactory solution to your PC problem before they have even had a chance to look at the computer. You should always be prepared to pay the minimum diagnostic fee or bench charge even if your computer couldn’t be repaired in the way you expected.

 

“Will you save my files?”

Your computer itself is really just a complex collection of replaceable parts. It’s the term papers, photos of your dog, and the baby’s first steps video that is really important.

Answer should be: “Yes. If they’re there, we’ll save them for you.”

Caution: Very serious issues with your hard drive may result in your files being lost forever. This doesn’t happen very often and, of course, would be out of the control of the computer repair service.  There are alternative methods to retrieving these files. Some are supported by the hard drive manufacturer where you can send your drive off and they can do some mechanical magic in swapping internal parts of your hard drive to get the data off.. warning.. that can get expensive.

Keeping your files backed up, either with a cloud backup service or manually with backup software, is always a very good idea and removes the answer to this question as a concern.

 

“When will it be ready? Or When will I be able to pick up my computer? “

If you’re getting in-home or in business service, a related question would be “When might you be able to come out to my home/business?”.

Answer should be: “You should be able to pick up your PC in 24 to 48 hours.”

The “correct” answer to this question is really up to your personal schedule and expectations. I say 24 to 48 hours because that’s the average response.  If you’re quoted “any earlier time than 24 hours” that doesn’t mean that the computer repair service isn’t a good one. That is the answer most people are looking for! If the response is something along the lines of “a week from today” and that’s a satisfactory answer to you, then great. If not, I recommend looking elsewhere.

 

2018 Best Buy Geeksquad Prices

2018 Best Buy Geeksquad Prices

DelaneyInteractive can provide both onsite & remote services at fraction of the overall costs in comparison to Best Buy’s Geeksquad, leaving your wallet and your mind much happier with the service we provide.  Below is an example of Best Buy’s Geek Squad Services:

Geek Squad Scenario: You forgot to backup your computer, you were installing software or an update and your computer and now it will no longer boot up or locks up ever time you attempt to restart your computer.    Geek Squad would charge you $99.00 to look at your machine whether they “Fix” it or not.  If they cannot fix it, but can backup your files, they will charge you an additional $99.99 to grab those files.  You are now into Geek Squad for $200 and you don’t have a computer fixed.     They inform you.. “Hey your hard drive is bad and you are out of warranty on the hardware”  We will have to install a new drive ($59.99) and reinstall the operating system for another $99.99.

You are now into Geeksquad for $359 in parts and services. ($59.99 drive + $300 in services) on your 3 year old PC.  When you could of purchased a new pc for $299.99 and had them just do a backup for 99.99, and you would of been out of pocket for $398.  At DelaneyInteractive we will not put you in a scenario where you would pay more to restore your old PC, rather then get a new one!

Geek Squad pricing ranges between $39.99 to $329.99 per individual service and $24.99 to $49.99 per user per month for a service plan. Users can have multiple devices.

Geek Squad Price Chart: Per-Service

PC/Tablet Setup $99.99
Printer Setup $39.99
Data Backup or Transfer $99.99
PC Tune-Up $39.99
OS Installation $99.99
Virus/Spyware Removal $149.99
Diagnostic and Repair $99.99
Firewall Support $259.99
Server Administration $299.99
Server Diagnostics and Repair $299.99
VPN Support $329.99

 

Geek Squad Pricing Chart: Monthly Plans

Fee Description 
Standard Plan
Advanced Plan
Monthly Cost Per User
$24.99
$49.99
Initial Setup Fee
$99.99
$99.99
Hourly On-Site Fee
$119 per hour for first 10 to 19 hours, $99 per hour after that. 10 hours minimum to start.
Included