This might be a frequently asked question but I couldn't find it answered here already. I want to use an IP camera and/or and old cell phone to provide live feed surveillance of my boiler in Montana, when I'm snow-birding down South in Texas. What I want: a fixed position IP (internet protocol) camera pointed at my boiler or perhaps and old cell phone plugged into a low voltage adaptor pointed at my boiler, so I can dial a cell phone number from afar and get a live video feed of the digital output screen on my (Triangle Tube) boiler. Some systems seem to require a DVR storage hard drive attached to the camera. Others want to store video out on the internet cloud. I don't think I need any storage at all. I just want a live feed, so I can make sure my pipes aren't freezing. I see "3 camera package systems complete with DVR" on sale for approximately $2000 USA dollars and up. How do I do this without the storage? i'm hoping to keep this under $500. Information is gold. Thank you.