All INSTAR Full HD Cameras use a much improved P2P version that is not supported by third-party software.
Accessing Full HD Cameras over P2P is only possible with our free Instar Vision Apps for Android, i Phone, i Pad, Windows Phone and Windows Metro.
Many people think that the only purpose of embedding an IP camera in a web page is for public access for your IP cameras purposes only. You can also Email that web page, as an Email attachment, to yourself as well. You can simply access your own Email, from that same device and open the attachment and easily access your IP cameras, from any Internet browser capable device. This kind of tool, should be another tool, in your IP cameras toolbox of tools. Especially more so, when you have no place to store a copy. The issues with using these video streams is that their video stream formats, generally are not compatible with all browsers on all Internet capable devices.
Call this an "Emergency Backup Plan" for personal use. Because of this, it may not be a good idea to use video streams in web pages or websites, unless you are feeding a video server that has a video player interface that can work with all devices and browsers.
However if you choose not to do this, your web page or website visitor maybe prompted to login to your IP camera, each time they wish to view or control your IP camera, from your web page or website.
IP camera connections include video streams connected directly to the IP Camera.
Anyone could simply view the HTML source code of the web page or websites, to locate the user level Id and Password you are using and attempt to access the IP cameras standard Interface to do this.
There is no requirement to include this user level and password information in your web page or web sites.
The advantage of the P2P technology is that you can use it in places where traditional DDNS fails - like IPv6 DSLite tunnels and mobile (3G/LTE) routers without static WAN IP addresses.Because of this, it becomes important to do browser testing with your web page and websites, to validate, that the methods you are using, do work with all browsers.If you don't do this, then it is possible that all visitors using those browsers that fail, will not be able to view or access your IP cameras, from those browsers.Allowing the images produced to be viewed by any Internet Browser capable devices that are running on any Operating System and using any Browser. One additional benefit among many others when using secure methods to embed and display your IP Cameras in Web Pages is the ability to include real-time images using IMG tags in many Blogs, Forums, Social Media sites and other Web Pages.There is no one size fits all example for non-secure methods, when it comes to embedding an IP camera or IP cameras in web pages and web sites where you will allow controls for the IP Camera to be used.
This is due to the interfaces being different between brands, models and types of IP cameras.