Connect your cameras to cloud. No geeky skills needed.

AngelBox is a plug-and-play device that makes connecting 90% cameras a piece of cake.

Secure and encrypted streaming

Unlike anything else out there, AngelBox makes video truly safe.

Automatic online updates

AngelBox downloads new features the moment they go live.

Compatible with most of the devices

Works with 90% DVR/NVR & most of the h264 cameras.
Check compatibility list

Get AngelBox

Camera connection to cloud made fast but not furious

Long installation

Typical procedure of camera connection to cloud

  • Set up static and public IP address
    (From 10 minutes to few weeks. And it may cost money for your ISP)
  • Find your camera's local IP address
    (From 1 minute to few hours - depends on how skilled you are in network scanning)
  • Log in to your router or firewall
    (From 1 minute to few weeks - if you don’t know your router's login details)
  • Set up port-forwarding
    (10 minutes, per camera)
  • Wait until stream detection is done
    (From 1 to 10 minutes per camera - depends on your camera brand)
Short installation

Quick & easy connection to cloud with Angelbox

  • Buy AngelBox
    (2 minutes)
  • Unpack & install
    1. Connect your cameras to the router to detect all cameras in your network*

    2. Select cameras you want to connect to Angelcam.
  • *Prior to installation, make sure your cameras:
    - are on the same network as Angelbox
    - are connected to any of the following ports: 554, 88, 81, 555, 7447, 8554, 7070, 10554 and 80.

How AngelBox works

AngelBox comes with a software that automatically detects all cameras in your network.

Connect AngelBox to the network (router/switch) and choose the cameras you want to connect.

Once you're done with it, you'll see the selected cameras in your angelcam account.

Want to know more detailed information?
Read Angelbox FAQ

Any device can become AngelBox

with the open-source Arrow code

 +  Arrow  =  AngelBox

Download it and your device can instantly become Angelcam-ready. For obvious reasons, it's mostly camera manufacturers, router manufacturers and other hardware makers who like & make use of this feature.

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