08-21-2013 12:23 AM
I have an existing Western Digital Livewire HomePlug Network setup and am wondering if there will be any problem when I plug in the Logitech HomePlug Network adapters that comes with the Outdoor Master System. Can two different HomePlug Networks exist at the same time?
08-22-2013 08:26 AM
There is a possibility that there might be conflicts if you have two different kinds of HomePlug Network Adapters and it is not recommended. However, what you can do is to set up your Alert Cameras and set up a security key that way the cameras can be linked only to our Logitech Network Adapter.
I hope this information was helpful.
08-22-2013 08:44 AM
It looks like the Western Digital Livewire HomePlug devices are also HomePlug AV 200. If they use the default HomePlug password of "HomePlugAV", then you could have those devices and the Logitech ones work together. In that scenario, you could perhaps use the network adapter that comes with the master system as another device to use somewhere else, rather than having both plugged into the router. However, you'd be best off to not set a HomePlug password in that situation.
You can also just have both HomePlug networks side-by-side. Those two shouldn't interfere with each other. You can technically run a few different HomePlug networks (different passwords) on the same powerline. If it was HomePlug 1.0 or Turbo, there would be some downside (some things running slower), but with both things running HomePlug AV 200, it should be fine. In that scenario, you'd probably want to unplug the WD devices (at least the network adapter plugged into the router), then use Alert Commander for Windows to set a security key / HomePlug password, then plug the WD device back in.
If you're running Alert Commander for Mac, we don't actually set the HomePlug password (the code to do that is not allowed in the Mac App store unfortunately). So, in that case, you can just run things altogether on the same HomePlug network. And if you do set the security key in that case, it'd be fine too - when you set the security key from Alert Commander for Mac, it only sets the "software password" (for control, video, etc.).
08-24-2013 12:35 AM
I just received the package today, but did not do anything yet. Upon inspecting the contents, I noticed the stickers are in German. Wouldn't the product I ordered from Amazon contain the English version? Is there a way to exchange these stickers for the English version? These are the stickers you put on the Windows to warn people about video surveillance.
08-24-2013 09:25 PM
What about the plug? Is it a European style plug? Was the seller amazon.com itself, or someone else that was a featured amazon.com seller?
You can give customer support a call to exchange the stickers.