Wi-Fi Camera Setup on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

As of December 31 2016 Insteon will no longer provide technical support for standard definition cameras (75790/75790WH)

Getting Started

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Connect your camera to power and your router. You won't need ethernet after setup.

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Connect the cables to your camera.

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Launch the Insteon app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

Setup with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Android devices requires Insteon Hub and the Insteon app.

 
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Tap the drawer icon or swipe from the right edge of the display to open the drawer.

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Tap Add a Device.

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Tap Camera.

 
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If you have not already done so, connect your camera to power and your router using the supplied cables. If can take up to two minutes for your camera to complete its startup process. When ready, tap Next.

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Select the camera that you
would like to configure.

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Give your camera a user name and password. This information is used to secure your camera and should be different from your Insteon account.

  • The maximum password length is 12 characters
  • The passvword must contain letters and numbers only; no special characters (!@#$%^&*, etc.) are permitted
  • The password cannot contain spaces

When ready, tap Next. If the Next button is disabled, your password does not meet the password restrictions.

 

Connecting with Wi-Fi

Follow these steps if you want to connect your camera using Wi-Fi

Connect using ethernet instead →

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Tap use Wi-Fi and select your network from the list. If you don't see your network, ensure that you've connected the antenna to your camera.

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Enter your Wi-Fi network password and tap Next.

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Disconnect the ethernet cable from your camera and restart the camera by disconnecting and then reconnecting your camera's power cable.

If you do not disconnect the ethernet cable, your camera will not switch to Wi-Fi.

 
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To see your camera when you are away from home, you will need to configure remote access.

Write down the IP Address displayed at the bottom of the screen and tap Next.

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Name your camera, select an icon
and add it to a room.

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Scroll down and tap Port

 
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Change the port from 80 to 25106.

If you are setting up more than one camera, increase the port number for each successive camera to ensure that every camera has a unique port number.

When ready, tap Done.

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Return to Settings by dismissing
Edit Camera and Add Device.

Tap House

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Write down the Gateway IP address and Subnet Mask. You should now have the following information:

  • Camera IP Address
  • Camera Port
  • Gateway IP Address
  • Subnet Mask

Dismiss Settings and follow these steps to assign your camera a static IP address.

 
 

Connect using Ethernet

Follow these steps if you want to connect your camera using Wired Ethernet

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Select Use Wired Ethernet and then tap Next

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Wait while your camera's settings are updated

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To see your camera when you are away from home, you will need to configure remote access.

Write down the IP Address displayed at the bottom of the screen and tap Next.

 
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Name your camera, select an icon
and add it to a room.

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Scroll down and tap Port

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Change the port from 80 to 25106. 

If you are setting up more than one camera, increase the port number for each successive camera to ensure that every camera has a unique port number.

When ready, tap Done.

 
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Return to Settings by dismissing
Edit Camera and Add Device.

Tap House

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Write down the Gateway IP address and Subnet Mask. You should now have the following information:

  • Camera IP Address
  • Camera Port
  • Gateway IP Address
  • Subnet Mask

Dismiss Settings and follow these steps to assign your camera a static IP address.

 
 

Assign a Static IP Address

Download and launch the Camera Setup Assistant for your Mac or PC.

Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) and select Network Configuration

Uncheck Obtain IP from DHCP Server. IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS Server should auto-populate.

If the fields are empty, enter the information gathered throughout this article their respectively fields. Use the Gateway IP Address for Gateway and DNS Server addresses.

 

Enter your camera password and click OK. It may take up to two minutes for your camera to restart.

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Your camera is now ready for remote access setup. Follow the steps in this article to complete remote access setup on your router.

 
 

Guides, Manuals and Downloads

Quick Start Guide

 

Basic Troubleshooting

 

Optional Wall Mount

 
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Mount the optional bracket using screws and wall anchors.

Different wall materials require different fasteners. Use the appropriate type for your mounting surface. Drywall screws and anchors have been provided. Use caution when drilling holes in walls that may contain live electrical wires.

 

Camera Firmware

 
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Current Wi-Fi Camera Firmware

Device 11.37.2.59
Web UI 2.001.10.9