The benefits of Ring, now for your ONVIF-compatible cameras.

See and control all of your security devices in one place, and so much more, when you connect ONVIF-compatible cameras1 to the Ring App.2

Add Ring features to your ONVIF-compatible cameras.

Your security, simplified. Now, ONVIF-compatible cameras can get access to Ring smart security features–and more–that you can control right in the Ring App.

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Complete Control in the Ring App
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See what’s happening and control ONVIF-compatible cameras and Ring devices, all from a single dashboard whenever, wherever.

Ring Edge with Local Video Storage
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Locally process and store videos for ONVIF-compatible cameras and Ring security cameras and doorbells.3

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Live View
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Check in on your camera feeds at any time from anywhere, and get real-time video and audio with the Live View button.

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Real-Time Notifications
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Receive real-time notifications on your phone and tablet when motion is detected to stay in-the-know when anything happens on your property.

Event History & Timeline
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The Event History video timeline is a tool designed to give you easy access to all the events recorded by the cameras you own or share.

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How to get started.

To integrate your ONVIF-compatible camera with the Ring App, you’ll need the following.

Select ONVIF Cams

ONVIF-Compatible Cam

You’re one step closer to simplified security. Set up and experience ONVIF-compatible cameras, right from the Ring App.1
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Ring Alarm Pro Base Station

Ring Alarm Pro Base Station

The source of connection for your ONVIF-compatible cameras to the Ring system. Additionally, the built-in eero Wi-Fi 6 router adds 1500 sq. ft.4 of secure wifi coverage to your home or business. Shop Now

Ring Protect Pro Subscription

Ring Protect Pro Subscription

Save your camera’s videos locally with Ring Edge3, get 24/7 Backup Internet5 to keep your cameras connected even if the power goes out, and more.
Get Protect Pro

Frequently Asked Questions

Which ONVIF-compatible cameras will be supported in the Ring app? Arrow Icon

While Ring Alarm Pro supports connecting to cameras that implement the ONVIF protocol, ONVIF-compatible cameras are manufactured by many different companies and we have not tested compatibility of Ring Alarm Pro with all of them, so you may experience issues with certain makes and models. Generally, Ring expects to support ONVIF-compatible cameras that:
• Support a video stream of 1080p or lower
• Support H.264 encoding
• Have the ONVIF protocol enabled
• Have a valid password set

Will Ring support ONVIF-compatible cameras outside of the US? Arrow Icon

At launch, support for ONVIF-compatible cameras in the Ring App will only be available to U.S. customers.

Is a subscription required to add ONVIF-compatible cameras to my Ring App? Arrow Icon

To link an ONVIF-compatible camera in the Ring app, customers first need to have a Ring Alarm Pro and Ring Protect Pro subscription. In the Ring app, the selected cameras can be easily added, giving customers control over their devices, in a single dashboard alongside their Ring devices.

Which features are available in the Ring app to ONVIF-compatible cameras? Arrow Icon

The Ring app will support features for ONVIF-compatible cameras including Live View, real-time notifications, Event History & Timeline and more.
• Live View: Allows customers to check in on camera feeds at any time from anywhere, and view real-time video and audio.
• Real-Time Notifications: Lets customers know what’s happening at a home or business with motion-triggered notifications delivered to a linked mobile device. Enabling People Only Mode creates even more specific motion alerts and helps reduce false motion alerts.
• Event History & Timeline: Gives customers the ability to go back and access motion events recorded by linked ONVIF-compatible cameras, as well as save, download or share for records.

How will videos for my ONVIF-compatible camera be stored? Arrow Icon

Customers can choose to store video clips from their Ring-connected ONVIF-compatible cameras either in the cloud or on a microSD card inserted into Ring Alarm Pro, just as with Ring cameras.

Note: ONVIF-compatible cameras are not made by Ring. While you can connect them to a Ring Alarm Pro, we are not responsible for any camera’s suitability or security. To help protect the security of your data while in transit from your camera to your Ring Alarm Pro, Ring recommends that you use a complex, unique password to log in to your ONVIF-compatible camera, and that you use a camera that supports TLS 1.2 or higher, and/or connect your ONVIF-compatible camera using Ethernet instead of WiFi. Once received by your Ring Alarm Pro, data transmitted to other devices or the Ring cloud will be encrypted in transit and at rest just like data received from Ring devices.

ONVIF and all related marks are trademarks of ONVIF, Inc.

1Not all ONVIF-compatible cameras have been tested for interoperability by ONVIF, and not all ONVIF-compatible cameras may be supported in the Ring app. Only ONVIF Conformant products are verified to be interoperable by ONVIF. Learn more about ONVIF and its ONVIF standard at https://www.onvif.org/. For the list of compatibility requirements for the Ring app, refer to this link. If you are not able to successfully set up your camera, please contact Customer Support.

2Requires a Ring Alarm Pro and a Ring Protect Pro subscription, all sold separately

3Ring Alarm Pro and a Ring Protect Pro subscription are required to use Ring Edge features with ONVIF-compatible cameras. Additionally, a microSD card is required to use Local Video Storage. All sold separately. For more information, visit ring.com/alarm-pro.
Ring Edge live view and stored videos will be initially available only in the Ring App and not on ring.com

4eero mesh wifi router provides up to 1500 sq. ft. of coverage. Adding eero Extenders expands coverage in larger homes. Internet connection speeds depend on your internet service provider. Maximum wireless signal rates are derived from IEEE standard 802.11 specification. Specifications assume wired ethernet connection, experienced speeds may vary based on network configuration. Coverage estimates are based on normal use conditions. Actual range and performance can vary, including due to factors such as interference, connected devices, device usage, building materials and obstructions. Specifications are based on use of a Wi-Fi 6 or later generation client device. Use of eero products and services, including the eero wifi router, requires creation of an eero account and agreement to eero’s Terms of Service, found at eero.com/legal. You can review eero’s Privacy Notice at eero.com/legal/privacy.

524/7 Backup Internet and Extra Data
Extra data charges may apply. Cellular data is provided by a third party carrier. Coverage, uptime, technology, and speeds will vary. May require backup power if the power goes out. Visit ring.com/alarm-pro for more details. Ring Alarm Pro is designed to be used as a router, as using Ring Alarm Pro as an extender may impact your ability to utilize Ring Protect Pro features.

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