This seems to work ok - there is a bit of a delay in the video, but probably ~0.1 sec, which is acceptable.
wget -q http://admin:firstname.lastname@example.org:4322 -Ofifo.mpeg4 &
mplayer -V -demuxer 35 fifo.mpeg4
Just need to get sound working now....
Well, I did a bit more hunting around in the camera web set-up and realised I had missed a section about RTSP. The default was for RTSP to be enabled on port 554 with a rtsp path of ipcam.sdp.
When I tried
I got pictures AND sound!
I had tried rtsp before, but had missed the ipcam.sdp bit. Mplayer complains that my little netbook is too slow to play the stream, so there is a bit more work to do, but it looks promising. I'll try VLC now.
The most up to date information I have on using this camera with linux can be found at http://ic-3010wg.webhop.net.