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Once you complete the wizard you will have a QR code that you can show to all the cameras that you want with this particular configuration.
Depending on whether you are registering an R1 or R2, the next steps will be a little different.For the R2, a list of R2 cameras you want to register will be presented.Once you select those cameras, they will all be registered at the same time.If this is the first camera you are registering, you'll need to add a location first either during this wizard or you can go to the Locations tab and choose "Add Location".When going through the wizard on the web, you can also set the permissions for every Role and assign a Policy.Many camera/router manufacturers support this feature in their devices.
This article will look at how this is configured in a Panasonic camera using their free Dynamic DNS service:
You can register a camera either from a mobile app (download links below) or via the web.
We recommend using the mobile app especially if you are registering an R2 camera.
If for some reason it still doesn't work and you're using Wi Fi, ensure your Wi Fi network supports the following requirements which are listed at the bottom of this article.
If you're using Ethernet, try plugging a laptop into the Ethernet to ensure it can connect to the internet. Registering the R1 Long Range Camera If you have an R1 long-range camera, a little more effort is required to register the cameras.
Since the cameras specializes in seeing objects far away, to register the camera you need to print out the QR code from the web on a full sheet of paper.