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Old 09-10-2013, 10:13 AM - Thread Starter
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I've got 3 5040 RTVs with lifetime 4 sale in SF (2 upgraded 160/120GB 1 OEM + remotes, 2 OEM HDs, manual, cables) but was wondering if one of them could be used as video security recording unit for IP cameras? If interested in the RTVs, please PM me.
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...was wondering if one of them could be used as video security recording unit for IP cameras?
Nope, it could record from an old analog style cam, but not the new IP cams.
Get Blue Iris for one of your computers for IP recording.

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Got you, thank you very much Replayrob for all your help!
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