X-Series cameras feature a micro USB connector. With a specific Wi-Fi adapter attached to the USB connector, wireless setup of the camera is possible using the Wisenet Installation application available for Android and IOS. The link below is to a document explaining the Android and IOS setup
It is also possible to utilize a Wi-Fi enabled laptop to access the camera directly using the same setup. How ever, since the camera can not configure the Wi-Fi adapter and act as a router, a different procedure is used to accomplish the same.
- Step 1: Assure that the correct model Wi-Fi adapter is installed in the camera. If using a metal case camera, please put the adapter near the glass portion of the camera, this is needed to improve wireless communication with the camera.
- Step 2: On the Laptop open the Wi-Fi network setup utility and search for the camera. The SSID should include the camera model number. The PC Wi-Fi should be in DHCP mode. In the example below, the top SSID would be the one to select.
Connect to the camera
- Step 3: Once connected, open up a command prompt window and type: ipconfig
Locate the WiFi adapter to verify that the default gateway indicates 192.168.100.1
- Step 4: Open up a web browser and enter IP address of http://192.168.100.1 .
It should prompt for the login window. Enter the credentials configured in the camera. If the camera is at factory default configuration, you will be prompted to set an admin password.
The camera will provide a DHCP address to the client connecting via Wi-Fi.