This article explains how to setup a D-Link IP camera to enable cloud storage and other features.

First you want to get your D-Link camera on the network. Follow your camera's documentation.

Now follow the Generic MJPEG documentation to set up your camera, then return to this article which explains how to configure motion detection on your D-Link.

Note: Many D-link cameras have slightly different interfaces, so we will be labeling the images as "Interface #1" (D-Link DCS942L) and "Interface #2" (D-Link DCS2332). The instructions remain the same for both.

Here is a full list that should cover how to navigate to the FTP info location on your specific camera model. 

You will need the following information: 

FTP server: 
Username: cam......... ( to find this click the arrow to the right of the camera in the "Timeline", choose "FTP")
Password: .............. ( to find this click the arrow to the right of the camera in the "Timeline", choose "FTP")
Path: /
Passive: needs to be enabled

Login to your D-Link camera and go to the Video Clip tab. Remember the credentials you have for your FTP camera, enter them here. Make sure to set “Trigger by” to “Motion”. Note: Oddly some D-Link models don't have a “Test” button for the FTP which is quite annoying. So the only way to know if the FTP credentials is working is to check the system logs (found under the Status -> Log tab). But if you do have a "Test" button make sure things are working now.

Now let’s setup up motion detection. Going to the Motion Detection tab you need select “Enable Video Motion” and then drag your mouse over the camera window. Motion will be detected within the area that you select, and will be ignored outside it. I normally select the entire window. Save Settings.

Interface: #1

Interface #2

That’s it. Verify you are getting a live view and that motion events are coming in when triggered.