SERIES PORTS NEEDED FOR REMOTE VIEWING ULTRA 80 TCP ULTRA HD 80 TCP AERO 80 TCP AERO 2.0 80 TCP DVR5 8200,8016,10019,12088 TCP DVR 2,3,4 8200,8016,8116,10019,12088 TCP WIRELESS 80 TCP ELITE 8200,8016,10019,12088 TCP ELITE HD 80,9350 TCP GENESIS 80,9350 TCP TITANIUM 80,6036 TCP REVO LITE 8016,12088 TCP
Yes, the free REVO Mobile app is available for the Apple iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and for Android based phones/tablets/Kindles. It not only allows you to view your system, but search recorded video, monitor audio and control PTZ cameras. A viewing app is available on Blackberry. Most other smartphones can use their […]
Yes, by downloading the free REVO REMOTE for MAC app in the MAC App Store. You will then be able to monitor your system via this app.
REVO Connect only works on Internet Explorer 7 or greater.
No, you must plug a ethernet cable into the DVR.
The DVR needs at least 320Kbps upstream speed to view 1 camera at 10ips/standard quality.
DVRNS is the DVR Name System that REVO provides for customers to use, it lets you access the DVR remotely with an easier to remember custom name instead of an IP address.
No, REVO offers free DVRNS that keeps track of your Dynamic IP address.
No, you will not be able to connect your DVR to your network. It will still work CCTV.
You will need to first make sure that you aren’t using an internal ip address , as your connection address, preferably, you want to use the Dvrname that you gave to your Dvr . You also want to make sure that the 8016 port has been forwarded through your router’s […]