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Free Backup Your IP Security Cameras to Google Drive

Users typically record video and audio from an IP camera to a local hard drive (DVR / NVR). But what if the DVR / NVR hardware fails? Or perhaps a fire? Or worse, as part of a burglary, the DVR / NVR is stolen along with other valuables?

With Cloud recording solution, you may overcome the common risks of saving footage only to a local DVR / NVR. CloudBox247 provides highly secure and easy to use Cloud recording and storage per your retention needs (3 days to 2 years). You can also conveniently work with the recorded video at any time from any place.

That is very simple. Just buy any IP camera/NVR that supports FTP.
Then sign uphttps://www.cloudbox247.comand you will get free 10GB FTP account with lifetime storage.
Now go to your account at cloudbox247 and authorize to your google drive account.
Go to camera/NVR settings, put your ftp account there. Select upload trigger (for example: Motion detection) for recording.
Now all videos/images will be uploaded to google drive for free (15GB) or any storage you can buy from Google Drive.
Note: You can delete files at cloudbox247 when it is full or upgrade to higher storage plan. It’s really cheap with only 4.99$/100GB/month (unlimited bandwidth)
Free Backup Your IP Security Cameras to Google Drive now!!!


thangtcnb   September 27, 2018

Hello my name is Pham Ngoc Thang

tplinkcamera838   September 29, 2018

I AM GETTING THIS EARROR WHEN I CONNECT MY CAMRA IN FTP SERVER
Send file to ftp://tplinkcamera838:xxxxx@37.49.229.41:21/testfile
Connecting to 37.49.229.41:21... Error: recv() timed out. No data received
Receive-Warning: read() timed out. Read '220 FTP Ready
' so far.
Receive-Error: read() failed. Read '' so far. (errno: Operation now in progress (115))
Receive-Error: Connection broke down.

cb247   October 13, 2018

Please try it again

Gman   October 24, 2018

Hello, when you say "put your ftp account there" in camera settings, where do i find my ftp account? Many thanks

HaiboChen2018   November 17, 2018

37.49.229.41 doesn't work with my ip camera too.

triettieu   November 21, 2018

I am using dahua NVR, the FTP require PORT method. this server serve only passive mode so It not work :(

jfbourne   November 27, 2018

Cant get this to work either. I need port as well. All connection time out.

bell   December 21, 2018

No PORT. Nothing to do.

inmocymer   December 26, 2018

I have a premium account. The back up process generates multiple folders (duplicated and more) and the photos are in disorder. How can I get only one folder for each camera?

regblank   January 8, 2019

It is working for me. I had to open the FTP port on my router to allow the camera to send the files. I can configure my camera to place the photos in a specific directory on cloudbox. The only problem I'm having is that the backup to Google Drive seems to be sporatic. Only about 4 files per 25 get synced automatically to Google Drive.

Haithieucam   January 9, 2019

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inmocymer   January 10, 2019

I'm having the same problem as regblank. Syncing is delayed and incomplete.

aracine   March 3, 2019

Where is camera / nvr settings?

Pants   June 10, 2019

As to "Now go to your account at cloudbox247 and authorize to your google drive account...." (quoted from above): if you do this, Google warns you before you complete the process, that
"This will allow Cloud Box 247 Backup to See, edit, create, and delete all of your Google Drive files".
Seriously.
Why would *anyone* do this, if they were paying attention to the warning?
I'd give you access ONLY to my *designated* ftp-transfer folder - and even that's asking too much, in my view, but maybe if it's free, I don't care. Do that, and I will come back and set it up, but in the meantime? HELL no, I'm not giving strangers in the cloud the keys to my life!

shan   August 13, 2019

hi hi

sncjsp   September 26, 2019

Not able to get my ftp password

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