The easiest way to get the HC-ePTZ-NDI unit up on your network is going to be to hook up the camera to your wireless router and then issue a command to let the camera find it's own IP address given by the router. This will allow it to be in your networks range with minimal effort. 

1. So first off, hook up your camera to your wireless router, or to a switch connected to the wireless router.  Then issue this IR command to the camera using the supplied IR remote control, The router should be the device supplying internet to the rest of your building. 

 - Pound (#)  then Star (*) then (4) – Will place the camera into DHCP mode. If you know that this camera is hooked to a DHCP router, you can do this to have the camera finds it's own DHCP address. The camera will reboot after receiving this command. 

2. Once the camera has finished booting up, it should have the correct IP address on it needed to access it on your network, but you need to find out what that IP address is. The best way to do this would be to pull it up as an NDI source. If you install the NDI Tools you can then open up Studio Monitor (Windows) or Video Monitor (MAC) and select your HuddleHD camera as a source. If you see signal from it, then everything is working correctly. If you click the "Gear Icon" in the lower right of the screen, it will take you to the IP interface of your camera and show you what the IP address is. You can then login (admin for username and password) and go to the Network tab, and change the Dynamic IP to be fixed and apply. 

4. If that did not work, maybe the camera is not actually connected to the router the way you thought it was? Or maybe that router cant doll out DHCP addresses so the camera never got one. We do have software that should help out, at this point, I would take a look at the more in-depth guide linked below.  This should work even though the guide is meant for PTZOptics cameras.