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Connecting Arlo Base Station (Netgear) to existing WIFI Enterprise Network

Hello Everyone

 

Looking for guidance / solution here

 

So, here is the situation, we have enterprise WIFI network, and we block all rogue devices specially any rogue device that transmit "IP addresses"

Our client wants to install Arlo Wireless Camera leveraging the existing WIFI network, and wanted to understand what architecture we shall use to make sure

- There are interference between Security Camera and Other User devices

- No Routing issues, as soon as we allow the Arlo Base station to the same network.

 

Thanks

 

 

Model: VMC4030P | Arlo Pro 2 Wire-Free Camera,VMB3000 | Arlo Base Station, VMB4500 | Arlo Pro/Pro2 Base Station
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Re: Connecting Arlo Base Station (Netgear) to existing WIFI Enterprise Network


@ncsandhillcc wrote:

Our client wants to install Arlo Wireless Camera leveraging the existing WIFI network, and wanted to understand what architecture we shall use to make sure

 


I don't know what they mean by "leveraging the existing WIFI network" but the hub/base station for Arlo cameras has to be wired into the network.

 

See the manuals.

 

"Connect the SmartHub to your router with an Ethernet cable."

It can work with the hub plugged into an access point or repeater, but you cannot use an existing network to connect cameras or the hub with wifi.

 

Because the hub creates its own wifi network, those other issues should not arise.

 

 


My Arlo hardware: Q Plus, Pro 2 (X2), Security Light, Ultra, Doorbell, Chime
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