Axis demo cameras online (updated)

An updated list of Axis cameras online (spider bot discovery):

AXIS 206 Network Camera

AXIS 206M Network Camera

AXIS 206W Network Camera

AXIS 205 Network Camera

AXIS 210 Network Camera

AXIS 211 Network Camera

AXIS 211A Network Camera

AXIS 213 PTZ Network Camera

AXIS 221 Network Camera

AXIS 231D Network Dome Camera

AXIS 241Q Video Server

AXIS 241S Video Server

2 thoughts on “Axis demo cameras online (updated)

  1. alax Post author

    Update:

    AXIS 205 Network Camera

    AXIS 206M Network Camera

    AXIS 206W Network Camera

    AXIS 207W Network Camera

    AXIS 210 Network Camera

    AXIS 211 Network Camera

    AXIS 211A Network Camera

    AXIS 213 PTZ Network Camera

    AXIS 221 Network Camera

    AXIS 241Q Video Server

    AXIS 241S Video Server

  2. alax Post author

    I can get the live view in JPEG, but if I using MPEG4 viewer…
    Could you tell me some testing ip address to view in MPEG4?
    thanks in advance

    There is a lot of MPEG-4 cameras online. But they are using different protocols, so if you’re looking for particular model/protocol, it is worth mentioning. The most appropriate protocol, also supported by many cameras, is RTSP. For example, Axis cameras http://alax.info/blog/339 – many are MPEG-4. Also Vivotek – http://www.vivotek.com/products/live_demo.php

    I am using “axrtpu://ip address/mpeg4/media.amp” to get stream
    but I don’t have the testing ip address to try now

    axrtpu:// seems to be a UDP based protocol (as opposed to TCP). I am pretty sure that most of the cameras on Internet have no UDP configured, so you will be lucky to find one, even among this list, that is going to be accessible via axrtpu.

    You need a camera on LAN, or Internet camera which was explicitly set to be accessible via UDP, and this is a rare case. Anyway, you can try these cameras from the list.

    Could I use “http://ip address/mpeg4/media.amp” to get MPEG4

    No, it does not work this way. Through axrtpu:// you invoke source filter or other software from Axis that implements the initial part of getting video from the camera. http:// is not a replacement there. Perhaps they also supply some axrtp:// or axrtpt:// protocol handler, which works on top of TCP or HTTP, and this would definitely work for you with a lot of cameras. You need to check Axis docs on that.

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