Step 1: Download Raspberry Pi OS image
For easier Raspberry Pi setup you can use our system image. This image comes with preinstalled push module and all required programs for the push module to operate properly. You can download operating system image:
This operating system is based on a standard Raspberry Pi OS image and was modified to include our push module and custom web interface to simplify the camera integration process.
Step 2: Install Raspberry Pi Imager application on your computer.
To install the above image on your Raspberry Pi we recommend using the Raspberry Pi Imager application, you can download it here:
Step 3: Prepare SD card
Start the Raspberry Pi Imager and connect an empty SD card to your computer, we recommend using at least a class 10 SD card with 8 GB or more of storage. From the start screen press on the CHOOSE OS button:
Select Use custom option from the dropdown list and browse to the Raspberry Pi OS image that you have downloaded earlier.
Next press CHOOSE SD CARD button and select SD card on which you want to install the operating system for your Raspberry. Then press WRITE to start the installation process. Depending on the speed of your SD card this process can take quite a long time.
Note: username for SSH access on this image is
password for SSH access is
To increase the security of your Raspberry we recommend changing the password, especially if you plan on creating port forwarding rules for remote access. To change the password type
and follow the onscreen instructions to change your password.
Step 4: Start your Raspberry
After the installation is complete remove the SD card from your computer, make sure that your Raspberry Pi is powered OFF, and install the SD card on your Raspberry Pi board. Next, connect the network cable and turn on your Raspberry.
If you have a monitor and keyboard attached to your Raspberry you will be able to continue configuration using them but if you are installing your Raspberry "headless" wait for 3 minutes and power cycle your Raspberry. Next allow your Raspberry another 2-3 minutes to boot again and locate its local IP address using your preferred network discovery tool. For example, you can use Advanced IP Scanner:
Step 5: Add cameras to the Raspberry
To register cameras on your Raspberry use computer/laptop connected to the same local network as your cameras and Raspberry. Open your preferred browser and type the local IP address of your Raspberry as shown in the Advanced IP Scanner, for the above example this would be http://192.168.0.124
You should see the Push web interface from which you can either do an automatic camera discovery or if this method fails to find all of your cameras you can manually add your cameras using their local IP address.
For the automatic option click on the Discovery tab to open the Discovery menu and click on the Plus button for every camera you want to integrate:
After you have added all cameras go back to the Cameras tab to view the Registration code of every camera or to add more cameras manually.
To add more cameras manually press the Add Camera button and enter the local IP address and ports of your camera:
Step 6: register camera in the Admin portal
Add camera in the Admin Portal using Registration code from step 4.
From the Customers table click on the customer to whom you want to add the camera then click on the Cameras menu on the customer menu level and use the Add button to integrate the camera.
In the window that will appear select the P&P Camera option.
Input camera's Registration code (obtained in step 4) and provide camera's ONVIF user credentials created during step 2. Next, choose the billing plan and click the Create button.