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    I have my own website in which I have embedded the live video feed from an Axis network camera in my home (so that people can watch my dog). I would like to set up the web page so that the camera can be viewed only during the daytime on weekdays. It doesn't really matter to me whether it's just the camera feed that is blocked or if it is the entire page, although blocking the camera feed would probably work better. (I don't want to make changes to the internal camera settings, because I want to be able to use the camera myself during all hours.)

    I have pasted HTML code from the camera into the page in order to be able to view the camera. Do anyone have any suggestions as to how to limit public viewing of the camera or the webpage to specified hours? Please respond in plain English, as I have only a rudimentary knowledge of code. If it helps, I can provide the HTML embedding code from the camera. Thanks.

    Terry

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    Give THIS a go. It might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3n0tu18, post: 228019
    Give THIS a go. It might help

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    Thanks. Perhaps I missed something on that page, but I don't see anything that addresses how to block access to the camera or the web page during certain hours. I already have the video embedded.

    Terry

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    Try THIS
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    Quote Originally Posted by m3n0tu18, post: 228022
    Try THIS
    Unfortunately, I don't think that will work. If I give people the password, they will still be able to access the camera or the web page during all hours. I want to have everyone have access to the camera/web page at certain hours (basically 9 a.m. to 7 p.m on weekdays), but not during other hours.


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