Purpose of the guide

This guide will show you how to set up your Gamut or Hikvision farming/breeding kit from the beginning.


There will be some small differences depending on the specific equipment you have but the basic idea of a bridge system is (starting from the camera):

  1. Camera sends data to the 'secondary site' Wi-Fi bridge (via the PoE injector)
  2. 'Secondary site' Wi-Fi bridge sends data to the 'Home' Wi-Fi bridge (via wireless connection)
  3. 'Home' Wi-Fi bridge sends data to the internet router (via the PoE injector)
  4. Internet router sends data to computers/phones/tablets via local connection or internet

Table of Contents

What's in the box?

  • One Gamut/Hikvision PTZ or Gamut/Hikvision IP camera
  • Two 20M Ethernet network cables
  • Two 3M Ethernet network cables
  • Two Wi-Fi Bridge Panels
  • Two PoE (power over Ethernet) injectors
  • Two mains power supplies for PoE injectors
  • Two sets of fixings for Wi-Fi bridges
  • Two sets of mounting screws

Before You Begin

It is highly recommended that you set up everything inside the same room first, and make sure the whole kit is working before anything is mounted in place. If you encounter any issues during setup it will be far easier to resolve if all of the equipment is in the same room.


To configure this system, you will need a computer with an Ethernet (LAN) port.


Let’s get started

First, you need to wire everything up so that it is powered on and connected like the below diagram. 


The PoE port on the PoE injector needs to be connected to the WAN port on the Wi-Fi bridge. You will know it is the correct port if the LEDs on the side of the bridge light up to show it is powered on. If your Wi-Fi bridges have been pre-configured by us, or you do not know how to set them up, see the "Pairing the Wi-Fi Bridge Panels" section below.

Additional wiring diagrams

Four cameras, recorder, PoE injectors, WiFi bridges, router: https://bit.ly/35vwWJY

Two IP cameras, switch, PoE injectors, WiFi bridges, recorder: https://bit.ly/3bMoY0m


Pairing the Wi-Fi Bridge Panels

Depending on what bridges you have ordered you will have either Comfast or Ubiquity branded panels.

Pre-Configured Wi-Fi Bridges

If you have requested us to preconfigure your bridges, we will always set the bridges to have IP addresses ending in .200 and .201. The bridge ending in .200 will be set up to be connected to your internet router, and the one ending in .201 will be connected to your camera. So for example if your internet provider is BT, your first bridge will have an IP address of 192.168.1.200. If you are with Sky or Virgin it will be 192.168.0.200.


There will always be a label on the back of each bridge with the IP address that has been assigned to it, your label will look similar to this:


You will need to use a PC and enter the IP address of the bridges to make sure they are pairing. Just open your internet browser and type in the IP address into the address bar. If the login page loads for each address then we know the bridges are connected to each other. If the login page doesn't load for the bridge ending in .201 then it is likely a connection issue between the bridges. If the login page doesn't load for either address then it is likely an issue with the bridge ending in .200. 

Don't forget to check that everything is wired up correctly.

If you want to find out more about pairing the Wi-Fi bridge panels check out our guide and video online using the following link: bit.ly/2QRAoYe

Setting the bridges up yourself

If you have not had your bridges pre-paired, please read online more about how to do this: 

Comfast: bit.ly/37DiDC0

Ubiquity: bit.ly/2pSPDVQ


Configuring the System

Once you have confirmed that the bridges are paired, the next step is to download the software for your camera and set it up. Choose which type of camera you have below and read our guide online for more on how to do this.

If you are using a Hikvision device, it is best to set the camera up first using a computer, then set up the Hik-Connect remote viewing service via a computer, then simply download the app onto your phone and log into your account. Follow the instructions below to do so.

Gamut PTZ Camera (GTIP210PTZ)

Set up using a Windows PC (via CMS5/VMS): bit.ly/2KTWhCn

Adding the camera to an Android/iOS phone or tablet: https://bit.ly/2FlxGXd

Gamut IP Camera (GTIP530T-L, GTIP530B-L, GTIP230T, GTIP230B, GTIP830T, GTIP830B)

Set up using a Windows or Apple PC (via Surveillance Client): https://bit.ly/3m848gH

Adding the camera to an Android/iOS phone or tablet (via RXCamView): https://bit.ly/3bRSsKo

Hikvision PTZ/IP Camera (HKIP41025PTZ, HKIP20204PTZ, DS-2CD2045FWD-I)

Set up using a Windows or Apple PC (via iVMS4200): bit.ly/37L2ZVg

Set up using a Windows PC (via Internet Explorer or Google Chrome): https://bit.ly/2R9ZTmw

Hikvision Remote Viewing (via Hik-Connect)

Once you have set the camera up and can view it using a computer, it's time to register an account for Hik-Connect and add the camera to your account. The below guide will show you how to do so using a Windows or Apple PC (via SADP and a web browser): https://bit.ly/32e0sCb


Once this is all done, you will need to use the wiring diagram and start to install all the equipment and put it all in place. If you are subscribed to one of our support subscription packages we can set up a DNS address for you which creates an alternative, more direct and often more reliable connection to your equipment than the free remote viewing services provided by Gamut or Hikvision. This is not essential but if you are interested get in contact with the Helpdesk team and they can book you in for a remote setup session.


Find out more about our remote setup packages on our website: spycameracctv.com/pages/support-packages