How to Connect my Honeywell IP Camera to Total Connect 2.0?

Here you will learn how to connect your Honeywell IP camera to Total Connect 2.0 using three different configuration’s.

 

Configuration One:

How to Connect Honeywell IP Cameras?

How to Connect Honeywell IP Camera Step One

The First configuration we are going to be showing you is when you are hard wiring the Honeywell IP Security Camera’s back to your Router and your router supports dynamic host control protocol.

This option is used for a couple different reasons. First, if you are planning on having the Honeywell IP camera’s out of the wireless internet range you can hard wire them so you can locate them much further. Lastly, your router doesn’t have a WPS button to sync to the IP Camera’s. These are the two most common reasons for usage of this configuration. With Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 camera services you can have up to six cameras that can be viewed from your smart devices from anywhere in the world.

Configuration Two:

How to Connect Honeywell IP Camera's Step Two

How to Connect Honeywell IP Camera’s Step Two

This configuration is used when your home or business internet router has a WPS button so that you can sync your Honeywell IP Camera’s to the internet router without having to hard wire the cable between the two devices. This is especially convenient and makes for a quick and easy DIY Installation of your IP cameras. With Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 camera services you can have up to six cameras that can be viewed from your smart devices from anywhere in the world.

If you are connecting your IP Cameras and you are having range issues than you will need a Honeywell WREX Wi-Fi repeater. If you are attempting to connect your Honeywell IP camera along with a WREX and it is still not connecting because of range issues you may want to look at configuration one above for that particular camera as a last option.

Configuration Three:

How to Connect Honeywell IP Camera's Step Three

How to Connect Honeywell IP Camera’s Step Three

 

The Last way to connect Honeywell IP cameras to total connect 2.0 is used when you want to connect your cameras through your home or business Wi-Fi network and your internet router does not have a WPS button for syncing. In this case you simply connect the Honeywell WAP-PLUS to your internet router and this will allow you to wireless connect your Honeywell IP camera’s to your wireless internet connection. With Honeywell Total Connect 2.0 camera services you can have up to six cameras that can be viewed from your smart devices from anywhere in the world. The same applies to this configuration if you are having range issues connecting the IP cameras to the WAP-PLUS you may need to install a Honeywell WREX Wi-Fi repeater to extend the allowed range.

 

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 AlarmNet Total Connect 2.0 : How to Setup a No Disarm Notification?


This type of notifications could possibly be used when you want to be notified when a child is supposed to be home by a certain time, and did not arrive at that time. In order to set this up the first thing you would want to do is open your Total Connect 2.0 application. On the events, rules & notifications bar, select the setup icon. You want to select from the event category; just for an example select the security icon. From the security tab to the arming event category, select the event disarmed to be notified of. On the right click notification. The notification window will appear, enter the name for the email notification. Next on the sent to drop-down menu select the user group to notify. Make sure the enabled box is checked. The fact that you want to be notified if this event does not occur, ensure the notify me when this event does not occur has a marker next to it. Next you will click the Sched/ State edit button to setup the actual schedule. Set the schedule parameters, then click save. The default group will be notified when a disarmed condition does not occur by 4:30 pm on any weekday.

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