For best security results, I suggest you use IP network HD security cameras because with these cameras, you will get monitoring report of every moment on your phone devices through specific applications/ software.
I use following setting instructions for my IP HD Security Cameras: Open the camera’s local IP address in a web browser: 1 http://192.168.0.35/ (substitute your camera’s IP) 2 Login: default username admin, default password admin 3 Click “Setup” near the upper right hand corner 4 Select “System -> General” in the left hand navigation bar 5 Select the “Date & Time” tab, then manually set the time (or sync with NTP server if you prefer).
The same issue takes place in my IP network HD security cameras, whenever I want to connect my cameras with the router it loses connection consistently. Then I contact technical support team they suggest me to install new wifi drivers. After doing this, I am not face any connection issue till now.
I was also face this issue in my HD Security Camera which I brought from Orlando, but I fix the issue myself with these hacks. I hope these will help you also: Check the security IP camera lens for dirt, dust, spiderwebs, etc. Clean the lens with a soft and clean cloth. Do not use harsh cleaners or aerosol cleaners that may harm the lens. Check your security camera specifications to make sure the extension cable run is in the proper range. If you are using a wireless security camera, make sure the camera is not too far from the router. For a varivocal security camera, you need to adjust the focus and zoom settings. Remember varifocal cameras require adjustment from time to time.