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Need to add webcams to simple website


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#1 banjer51

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 04:26 AM

I maintain a simple website for a veterinarian friend who is starting his practice over in a new location. He would like to install a few webcams so folks can check in on their dogs when boarded there. I don't have a clue where to begin. The site was done in FrontPage 2002, but I'm not sure this is relevant. I suspect that I will need to have links to IP addresses that represent each camera, but this may be WAY off the right direction. I know a specific answer might be difficult; where can I find out how to accomplish this. BTW, he would like to password protect access to each respective webcam so only the dog's owners could view them. Any suggestions on where to start researching this? Thanks for any direction, ideas, help or otherwise!

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