I've thought of another off-the-wall suggestion - but it's slightly disruptive, so you may not wish to try it.
The odd thing is that the NAS is...
Does it do this at a fixed time?
What shows in the system log?
How many PoE cameras are connected and what is the power consumption when it gets...
It's hard to think of any more things to throw at you to try.
It does seem like an odd and illogical situation.
It includes any devices that offer file sharing over the network, using either the NFS or SMB/CIFS file-sharing protocol.
That's one of the main...
Was this a DB9 connector on the back of the DVR, or was it a small 4-pin connector on the main board?
The DB9 connector will likely be RS232, the...
That's a bit surprising for such a NAS, but you've clearly confirmed it.
Interesting though that you can't ping the camera from the PC but can...
Maybe we'll see them on here if they need a hand with that ...
It will be interesting to hear how they get on.
How are your cameras hooked up to...
Love the redacted screenshot.
Maybe it's just my monitor - but I can see through the redacted bits. No big deal though.
As you can now get a NAS root shell, is it still the case that there is no telnet client available?
Some weird other posts about whether SADP is running or not affecting visibility of a specific camera by the PC.
Maybe worth an experiment.
Interesting. So SADP is messing with the network traffic in an odd way. Presumably a consequence of what it's inserted into Windows core.
Do you have a link for that?
Maybe I'm blocked from access.
My understanding is that he separated from Carol.
Maybe Allan Troup has changed his name. Though not by deed poll as far as I can see.
Is this you?
After that you should be able to use the browser to login in to the camera IP address and check out the options in the Maintenance menu.
No, that is not correct.
Each device must have it's own IP address, they need to be unique.
If 2 devices have the same address, this will break...
Separate names with a comma.