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    anyone installed cctv for monitoring of maid?

    can share contact/brand?

    i checked cisco website but they dont have it.

    i know dlink has a few wireless camera and i can view from office but i was told i need to check if my office system has a firewall that disable me from remotely controlling the camera, eg pan and tilt.

    appreciate all advises.

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    please, no offtopic ya.

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    You want those 3G CCTV camera ? Just make video call can see on ur HP liao.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Static View Post
    You want those 3G CCTV camera ? Just make video call can see on ur HP liao.
    i checked out singtel service.
    apparently, it's 'not there' yet.

    resolution is lousy.and their cameras cannot pan and tilt.

    not to mention i'll need to get a singtel modem and line for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    i checked out singtel service.
    apparently, it's 'not there' yet.

    resolution is lousy.and their cameras cannot pan and tilt.

    not to mention i'll need to get a singtel modem and line for it.
    Got money anything oso can buy. PM u the number for the 3G cctv liao. See if u wanna try

    it. Borrow ur colleague number and try lor if scared number get sexposed.

    Notch bad one. Can pan tilt one
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    i checked out singtel service.
    apparently, it's 'not there' yet.

    resolution is lousy.and their cameras cannot pan and tilt.

    not to mention i'll need to get a singtel modem and line for it.
    if i remember correctly, it can moved.

    hey.. implement punch card system lah.. ask the maid to punch card every hour.

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    Another solution is just to install enough cameras so that you no longer need to pan and tilt.

    And... on a side note. If you don't trust your maid, why hire her?

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    sigh....
    it's tough.she's nice.it's just that certain things she doesnt do to my standard.and i suspect she has been pilfering some of my things.not to mention using my cosmetic products.

    again, the word is...suspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    sigh....
    it's tough.she's nice.it's just that certain things she doesnt do to my standard.and i suspect she has been pilfering some of my things.not to mention using my cosmetic products.

    again, the word is...suspect.


    Ok la, I shall not bring in lenscaps and cameras here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post


    Ok la, I shall not bring in lenscaps and cameras here.
    times to be serious, times to be 'funny'.

    hope you can differentiate both.

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    Oh yuck. Gross. Sharing of cosmetics.

    Well... if its a deterrent, even a mock-up of a cam will do. And anyway, you can't possibly be staring at your computer the whole day looking at the vid feeds right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    times to be serious, times to be 'funny'.

    hope you can differentiate both.
    Yar, that's why I never bring it in what.

    Donch be so fierce la.. I'm just very bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yatlapball View Post
    Oh yuck. Gross. Sharing of cosmetics.

    Well... if its a deterrent, even a mock-up of a cam will do. And anyway, you can't possibly be staring at your computer the whole day looking at the vid feeds right.
    not sharing.i suspect she uses my expensive facial products.i myself use it in moderation, and suddenly i found it's depleting way faster than i can imagine...

    mock up no point.

    i know i cant be visually monitoring her but the live feeds tend to deter.
    no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    Yar, that's why I never bring it in what.

    Donch be so fierce la.. I'm just very bored.
    bored?then start your own "nightmare on CS" thread lah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    bored?then start your own "nightmare on CS" thread lah.
    Good idea!

    Yay for juveniledom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    not sharing.i suspect she uses my expensive facial products.i myself use it in moderation, and suddenly i found it's depleting way faster than i can imagine...

    mock up no point.

    i know i cant be visually monitoring her but the live feeds tend to deter.
    no?
    hmm, maybe u can confirm ur suspicion by approaching your maid in a nice way and ask if she is really using ur products or any other stuffs..or alternatively u can lock up all your expensive products

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanie View Post
    not sharing.i suspect she uses my expensive facial products.i myself use it in moderation, and suddenly i found it's depleting way faster than i can imagine...

    mock up no point.

    i know i cant be visually monitoring her but the live feeds tend to deter.
    no?
    Sk2 Miracle Water?

    If you can't be monitoring, what difference does a live feed and a mockup make? I've seen mockups being sold at SLS complete with a blinking green/red light. They cost only a fraction of the real working thing.

    Alternatively, utilise one of those spy/pin-hole cams. Catch her in the act and fire her. Or if you think she is worth keeping, warn her off.

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    You might want to take a look at the product from Linksys (http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satel...=0352618737B01). Once you have set up the device, you can access it remotely via any web-browser. However, to access to your home without remembering the IP address (since it changes over time), you might want to apply for a host name from dyndns.org (free). If your company is blocking your access, you can configure your browser to use public proxy servers. Let me know if you need any details.

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    Instead of just live feed, why not consider those that can be recorded into your harddisk or DVR, or even those that offer time lapse recording?
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    Quote Originally Posted by namespace View Post
    You might want to take a look at the product from Linksys (http://www.linksys.com/servlet/Satel...=0352618737B01). Once you have set up the device, you can access it remotely via any web-browser. However, to access to your home without remembering the IP address (since it changes over time), you might want to apply for a host name from dyndns.org (free). If your company is blocking your access, you can configure your browser to use public proxy servers. Let me know if you need any details.

    Cheers.
    The use of public proxy server is useless because it will be block in the firewall. The common firewall rule only allows the company ip address range to access a specific proxy ip address on a certain port no. (usually http/https). Any attempt to access other proxy ip address that doesn't match the company proxy server will be denied. just an advice.

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