That is better described as an IoT camera. It makes an outgoing connection to the manufacturer's server. It is not necessary to route incoming connections to it or add any rules to the standard firewall.
It should work as advertised if you connect it to your LAN like any other wifi device. However that is not secure against something malicious in the camera hacking into your LAN devices. Set up a conventional separate guest / IoT network that forwards to wan for better security.
The wired connection and wifi would work the same.
If meaning the Docs to the camera (there gibberish doesnt give much)
Currently camera is on rear wall using wifi connected to an extender
Assigned its own IP address to the router
Has SD card to record video and take snapshots/images when required
Using command arp -a (windows machine)
I can see the IP address for camera and its type : dynamic
Using command : ping -t
I can get replies with no issues