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Re: BlueIris and Arlo Pro camera - without the base station

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BoHa Aspirant
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Hello,

 

I have a Blueiris system installed and I wanted to add Arlo Pro camera (without the base station).

I love your Arlo pro features and the ability to hang it on the wall without all the cabling.

 

my question is simple - can i connect the camera to a local computer via Wifi and not the base station, allowing me to connect it to my working software?

Will it work with Blueiris for the best knowledge you have?

Model: VMC4030| Arlo Pro Wire-Free Camera

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Guru TomMac Guru
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The Arlo and Arlo Pro cameras MUST use the base... if you want to hook directly to your home wifi, then there is the Q camera ( tho it is indoor rated only )

 

 

It prob will not work with Blueiris unless you rig up some form of IFTTT

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Guru TomMac Guru
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The Arlo and Arlo Pro cameras MUST use the base... if you want to hook directly to your home wifi, then there is the Q camera ( tho it is indoor rated only )

 

 

It prob will not work with Blueiris unless you rig up some form of IFTTT

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BoHa Aspirant
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For the good of all, this is the answer I recieved from BlueIris:

 

"The Arlo camera is a cloud-only camera I believe, and is not designed to be used with 3rd party applications, so I do not believe it will be compatible with Blue Iris."

Model: VMC4030| Arlo Pro Wire-Free Camera