You could talk to your network administrator and see if he can allow you to download just that java applet.
You could also create a custom webpage that updates with a snapshot from your camera every second. This would make it look like a one frame per second video. _________________ Administrator
Joined: 19 Dec 2006 Posts: 14 Location: Island of Maui
Posted: Tue Dec 19, 2006 5:08 am Post subject: Re: Viewing Home Monitor at work without downloading Java
I am not able to download anything on my computer at work.
I would like to view my home monitoring camera but it requires downloading a Java Applet. I have MIE 6.0.2800.1106 running on Win NT 4.0??
Is there anyway to view the video at work without downloading Java?
(I can take snapshots (blank screen at work) and have the real pic show up in my email.)
You could FTP a snapshot to a server, then build a simple webpage with htlm coding that would refresh the page every two or three seconds. That way, you would not have to download anything to the office computer. I don't know if it's a good idea to ask administrator to allow you to download the Java applet, it might get back to the boss. _________________ Maui Custom Surveillance