How do I Update My Camera's Wireless Settings After Replacing My Router?
If you have replaced your Internet router, you will need to update the wireless settings for each of the cameras installed in your American Standard® Home system. To do this, you must be at the home where the router and camera(s) are installed.
You will also need:
the American Standard Home web portal
the AC adapter (power cable) that came with your camera
an ethernet cable
if included with your camera, the micro USB-to-ethernet adapter.
To Update Wireless Settings
- Connect your camera directly to your new router with an ethernet cable.
- NOTE: If your camera does not have an ethernet port, you will need the micro USB-to-ethernet adapter that came with your camera to do this.
- Connect the camera's AC adapter to a power outlet. The camera should boot within 2-3 minutes.
- While the camera is booting, log into the American Standard Home web portal.
- If you have multiple homes, select the home where the camera is installed.
- Select Video from the blue menu on the left side of the page.
- Locate the correct camera in the list and press Setup Wireless.
- The camera will begin scanning for wireless networks. Select your new network when the page updates.
- NOTE: If your network is not on the list, click Network not Listed to manually enter the SSID (network name) and the security type.
If you experience a continuously flashing green light on the camera when trying to add it to the network, it is likely caused by settings on the router. Please verify the following on your router:
If you need assistance with settings on your router, please contact your Internet Service Provider or router manufacturer.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact American Standard Home Customer Support via email at email@example.com or call 1-877-374-0697, Monday-Friday 9 AM – 8 PM ET, and Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM ET.