Vern1 - Good S%it Man, what is the approximate cost of the antennas and gear. I take it you pay a straight up data fee for internet service with a kicker for the "aircard" or router to setup the hotspot.
For those not following, what he is doing is essentially making his internet or cell phone plan a mobile hotspot, this 4G LTE stuff that Verizon is selling right now is a "router" or small box that you can feed internet to other devices while on the go.http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/explore/?page=mobile-hotspots
Then once you have established the IP camera to router connection you have another laptop with a wifi card in it (just like at home) borrow the kids laptop for the weekend, and you tap into the hotspot you created at the lease.
In 5 years EVERYONE will have this setup on their hunting property.
For those of you hunting on lots of acreage, lets just say more than a 1/3 or 1/2 mile max from deer camp or house, you are either going to be spending more $$$ for a setup like Vern is talking about or you are just going to be SOL for a few more years until technology bridges the gaps.
Photos if you got em Vern, this is exactly what I am asking about.
It beats the cellular service game cams because IP cameras are live video and you don't have to pay a monthly subscription fee or usage fee for the service. Alot of guys are already paying monthly cellphone bills or house internet bills and all that is needed additional is the "on the go" router to tap into the service.