The HTTP Request Sender module in Xeoma IP security cameras software
Starting from Xeoma 14.5.19, released on May 13, 2014, IP security cameras software called Xeoma offers to use its HTTP request sender module.
|Starting from 20.11.30 Xeoma beta version, the “HTTP Request Sender” module now supports the %REPORT% macro to get information from the “Problems Detector” module.|
This module allows to generate and send HTTP requests. It will perfectly work with the smart home systems or supplement your home security system. If you want to send motion-triggered requests, connect the module after the motion detector. The module will send HTTP request with configurable parameters to the specified address when it receives image. For example, when the motion is detected, the module will send HTTP request to the “HTTP switcher” module and it will enable other modules, for example:
Here we see that “HTTP Request Sender” sends requests to enable sound alarm and archive recording when motion is detected, and disables it when the motion ends. Please pay attention to the sensitivity level and the object size settings of the motion detector.
Let’s have more precise look at the “HTTP request sender” settings:
Enter the URL and port of the HTTP server in boxes marked with red.
So it will look like this:
When we entered the URL and port of the HTTP server, it appeared in the Resulting URL.
In the detailed settings, set up the sending interval and time when you want the request to be sent.
When you set up the HTTP Request Sender module properly and want to save changes, click on «OK». The module is set up easily and working with it is pretty simple since all the settings are comprised in one menu of Xeoma IP security cameras software.
|Starting from beta version 21.3.4, Xeoma’s HTTP Request Sender allows to use POST requests with your custom headers.|
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21 May 2014; updated 5 March 2021