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Posted · Video Stream Share

Hello,

I have a UMS5 connect by ethernet to the network of my enterprise and I want to do a files or a link to share the video Stream of the Printer but without the possibility to change the setting in cura connect.
Thank you 

Arthur

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Posted · Video Stream Share

You can share the webcam stream via URL : http://192.168.0.56:8080/?action=stream (change to your IP)

But when someone enters just the IP without port then he connects to Cura Connect and can stop your print or whatever. There is not user authentication at the moment. So everyone in the same network can access the webgui.

 

It works ofc only in your internal network.

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Posted · Video Stream Share
4 minutes ago, Smithy said:

You can share the webcam stream via URL : http://192.168.0.56:8080/?action=stream (change to your IP)

But when someone enters just the IP without port then he connects to Cura Connect and can stop your print or whatever. There is not user authentication at the moment. So everyone in the same network can access the webgui.

 

It works ofc only in your internal network.

Humm.. that's doesn't work when I write http://10.240.114.77:8080/?action=stream that dowload a file named: _action=stream.txt and Don't show the webcam Stream.

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