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Poly Studio E70 as an IP Camera

Hey there! I've been asked many times "Is E70 an IP camera?", "Can E70 work as an IP camera?", so today I'd like to share how this can be done with y'all.

Poly Studio E70 as an IP Camera

Before beginning, make sure that your G7500 and E70 are running VideoOS 4.1 or later, and 1.8.0 or later, respectively. In order to update your camera and codec to VideoOS 4.1 or later, please check out this blog post, you could find the all custom server URLs there.

Note: As of today, only Poly Mode (SIP & H.323), device mode and Zoom Room are supported, and mixing IP and USB connected E70s isn't supported, so in order to connect multiple E70s, use USB-connectivity.

Connecting Studio E70 as an IP Camera👌

Connect your E70 to one LLN port on G7500 using a CAT5e, CAT6 or CAT7 Ethernet cable.

G7500 ports

Get into your G7500's web UI, click on General Settings > Device Management.

Poly G7500 

Go to the bottom of the page, locate your E70 in available devices list, and click on Pair.

Studio E70 as IP Camera 

Select Pair

Studio E70 as IP Camera 

Click on Done button.

Studio E70 as IP Camera 

Check out the connection, E70 is connected through LLN port on G7500 instead of USB port.

Studio E70 as IP Camera 

Poly Studio E70 as IP Camera 

Rolling back to E70 as USB Camera😦

Note: In order to connect E70 to another system, or use it as USB camera, first you need to unpair it from G7500.

Get into your G7500's web UI, click on General Settings > Device Management, and select Unpair