Right-click the “Local Area Connection” network adapter, and then select “Properties" on the pop-up menu.After the Properties window opens, highlight the “Internet Protocol Version 4” option, and then click the "Properties" button.
For instance, if the router IP address is "192.168.0.1," you should enter the same prefix (192.168.0,) but change the value of the last number.
For a computer connecting to a router with an IP address of "192.168.0.1," you could enter "192.168.0.100." Refer to the user guide for the router if you don’t know its IP address.
Download a program that enables you to monitor your webcam from a remote Web browser.
Webcam applications such as Desk Share, Dorgem and Yaw Cam are free, simple to install and work with virtually all USB webcams.
Install the webcam monitoring program on the host computer.
Connect the webcam to an empty USB port on the host computer, and then wait few seconds for Windows to detect and initialize the device automatically.In most cases, Windows should not require a driver for the camera.Once upon a time, video calling was something only seen in Sci-Fi movies.However, modern PCs, webcams and the Internet have made streaming live video across great distances a reality.Not only does the Internet enable video chats, but it also enables you to monitor IP cameras or webcams from a remote location.Whether you have a simple webcam connected to your home computer or a dedicated IP surveillance camera hooked up to your router, you can enable the device to stream video that you view remotely on your laptop or other Web-enabled device.