I’m interested in creating a security circuit using the ESP32-CAM module. I have a question regarding how to establish a connection with Blynk 2.0, as I haven’t been able to find any examples for this particular setup.
You need a static, publicly resolvable, IP or URL for the video stream publicly resolvable. You also need to forward incoming data packets to the ESP32 CAM. This involves setting-up port forwarding in your router, and if you don’t have a static public IP address then it means using a DCNS service along with a DDNS updater client within your network.
These requirements have been discussed in detail in other ESP32 CAM posts on this forum, so I won’t go into more detail here. However, don’t expect a step-by-step guide, as tge solution will differ depending on whether you have a static public IP, the make, model and firmware version of your router, and how you’ve configured your ESP32 CAM device.