Download the Uplink Package for GL.iNET from here. The package contains 3 ipk files:
Connect router to power using provided Micro USB cable.
Connect Ethernet cable from existing internet access point into the WAN port on the GL.iNET router.
Connect to the router either by WiFi or by Ethernet using the LAN port
Navigate to the admin page located at the address 192.168.8.1.
Choose preferred language
Navigate to More Settings > Network Mode and set the router to Access Point mode and click apply.
You are now be able to access the router from within your network and no longer need to connect to it directly.
Add GL.iNET router as Uplink Camera to VMS Platform using GL.iNET server’s serial number and MAC Address.
Upgrade GL.iNET router to the latest available firmware.
Navigate to http://GLiNET-IP/#/luci and make sure to install Luci.
Once Luci is installed, navigate to the software page of the Luci interface.
Upload and install libwebsockets-openssl_4.3.2-3_mipsel_24kc.ipk package supplied in the uplink package.
Upload and install cameraagent_1.0-1_mipsel_24kc.ipk
Upload and install luci-app-cameraagent_1.0-1_all.ipk
Re-login to the Luci interface.
Navigate to the Uplink plugin interface: http://GLiNET-IP/cgi-bin/luci/admin/services/cameraagent
Add Uplink Cameras on your Cloud VMS platform for each camera you are going to connect through the GL.iNET bridge.
After adding each camera to Cloud VMS, add the same camera information into the Camera Form of the Uplink Plugin’s interface. Make sure to enable each camera you want to add.
Then scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Save & Apply.
Then navigate to http://GLINET-IP/cgi-bin/luci/admin/services/cameraagent/control and click ‘Start Camera Agent’ to start the application.