The following has only been used for the EasyN, Mini Speed Dome, Model No. 1BF, IP Camera and ZM v1.28.0
Configuring the 1BF can be made with a web browser pointed to TCP port 81, for example;
Initially used a web browser to enable ONVIF on the camera. Then utilized the application ONVIF Device Manager v2.2.250, to ascertain it was possible to access video feed via RTSP using the following URL;
However this required authentication by manually entering of a username and password.
It was possible to provide these detail in the ZM's 'Remote Host Name' field.
ZM monitor configuration
Source Type = Remote Function = Monitor Enabled = ticked
Remote Protocol = RTSP Remote Method = RTP/RTSP Remote Host Name = user:email@example.com Remote Host Port = 554 Remote Host Path = 11 Target Colorspace = 24 bit colour Capture Width (pixels) = 320 Capture Height (pixels) = 240 Preserve Aspect Ratio = unticked Orientation = Normal Deinerlacing = Disabled
Specifications of the EasyN 1BF IP Camera
Device Name: IPCAM Software Version: V188.8.131.52.1-20140925 Application Version: H3-E-31-A1-TU1 Network connection status: Wireless
If the 1BF is connected to a network with a DHCP server, it will pickup an IP Address on the local network. To work reliably with ZM, it is recommended it be set to a Static IP Address.
Also noticed that when the 1BF is operational, it frequently attempts to contact at least five external IP Addresses. There does not appear to be any reference to the IPs within its user accessible configuration. To this end be wary of allowing it access the Internet, if possible set the Gateway to something other than your networks real Gateway.
Any sketchy documentation that comes with the 1BF does not indicate there are three user profiles configured (admin, user and guest), all with generic passwords. There did not appear to be a method of disabling of removing the accounts, so recommend changing their default passwords.