I can be at home, logged into the same wireless network as the base station (and cameras obviously), and try to stream video. If it does go through the Netgear servers first, 1) they are using a lot of bandwidth on their end for all the users that watch their cameras and 2) they are using up a lot of bandwidth on my end as well (video has to go out and then back in).
If it does not go through their servers first, why is watching live video a hit or miss type of action?
Battery Powered - Made to Move The TL-MR3040 is powered by a 2000m Ah internal battery capable of powering a shared 3G network at 150Mbps for up to 4 hours at full 802.11n speed and range.
The device can be powered via its USB cable and included adapter by connecting it to a Laptop or PC’s USB port.
I was wondering if anyone knew how the live streaming works. It gives me the rotating circle with "Please Wait." After about 30 seconds, if it fails, the circle disappears and the play button pops back on the image.
Thank you to everyone who has sponsored and supported us throughout the T. The device is the ideal travel companion, with pocket-sized dimensions and powered by its own powerful internal 2000m Ah battery, users can work or play for hours on end.The device is also incredibly easy to use, allowing users to rapidly set up an Internet connected wireless network in as little time as it takes to plug in their 3G USB router or WAN cable and when finished, simply place the device back in their pockets.To capture screens from other computers on your local area network, use our free, cross-platform app, Remote Desktop Presenter.Most Standard Definition (SD) and High Definition (HD) consumer, “prosumer” and professional-grade cameras, decks and video sources with composite, S-video, Firewire, component, SDI, HD-SDI, or HDMI outputs should work with Wirecast through a qualified capture card.