Camera Access Project

Mar 9, 2021
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Hello Everyone,

I am not experienced in coding at all, but am looking to find out if a thought of mine is possible, and if so, the difficulty of accomplishing.

Let's say I have a VLAN on a private network that contains a group of IP cameras. Would it be possible to create an application and/or website that generates an access code, lets say 5 or 6-digits that would be able to be linked on the backend to an IP of a specified camera. Cameras would have static IP addresses to ensure consistency. As a simple flow of how I'd want it to work is: Camera selected > Code get's generated / linked to camera > User is provided code for specified time (i.e. 2 days, 2 weeks) > User navigates to app and/or websites and enters code > User gets access to VIEW camera feed > After specified time is up, code becomes invalid > Rinse & Repeat.

If anyone is able to tell me if this seems possible and the level of difficulty to accomplish for someone who has intermediate level of programming experience, I would very much appreciate it.


Jul 3, 2021
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Possible. Difficulty depends on how you approach it. It can be really easy or really hard.

Look into Spring Security, Spring WebMVC and Apache Tomcat.
JSPs too.

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