That was really a surprise: According to many reviews, was in those complaining of wireless and networking issues at the identical looking models, I chose this model because hardly negative votes were read. The Foscam could be taken very quickly into operation on my Mac. The enclosed CD contains a small program that can be identified for the time the camera's IP address. This is accessed via the browser - and you can already be busy with the configuration and of course also set a static IP for the home network. Firefox and Safari are supported, IE for Windows users anyway. WiFi worked right away. The camera is mounted on the deck and sends its signal to the Netgear router behaved on the first floor. Although the configuration is not for complete computer laymen are otherwise but no unsolvable riddle. The images can be live in the Browser view - even on the iPhone. Surprisingly, I see no picture on the iPad, although the connection is established. If things move, the images are sent to my good ftp server. At the same time an alert goes to my e-mail account. The camera base is good for nothing, but I can about it, given the otherwise pleasant surprise easy to overlook.