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PAIR CAMERA, ALARM PANEL WITH ROUTER WITH NO WPS BUTTON

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ruzzori
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PAIR CAMERA, ALARM PANEL WITH ROUTER WITH NO WPS BUTTON

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How about with the Honeywell Lynx 5100 Alarm Control Panels.  Anyone have any experience with these units and connecting premise accessories to them via the HW add-on Wi-fi card?   

 

We have an L5100-WiFi v4.9.7 adapter card installed in the alarm control panel.. We want to use the wi fi functionality to pair an HW indoor camera to it.

 

The camera says our router must support one button WPS in order for it to pair with the Alarm panel via the Wi Fi 2 minute window.  

 

How do we do this  if the router doesn't support one button WPS? 

 

Our Verizon router is a M1424revF router

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To get started, is the alarm panel already set up with the Wi-Fi network using a manual setup, such as what is detailed in this video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQqvPN36NAk

 

There's no WPS support on the FiOS routers (for a good reason too), but you should still be able to get the camera manually connected to the network. If you could give a camera model number we'll see if we can help. Most cameras that I've seen have an Ethernet port, which is often used to connect the camera up with a wired connection, or to access the camera so that wireless can be configured manually instead of via WPS.

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Thanks for the help.   The Honeywell cam we are trying to pair is model# iPCAM-WI2

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