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  1. cyberwolf_uk

    Ubiquity or Ligowave

    Ubiquiti all day my friend... Installed a couple of the above (Gen 2 Models) last month for a client as a wireless bridge..... getting solid 302Mbps connection speed.. Wouldn't install anything else.
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    How to access BlueIris from android app when using vpn?

    Don't use the OpenVPN ip address to connect to your BI server, use the ip address your Windows 10 pc that runs BlueIris has allocated to it.
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    How to access BlueIris from android app when using vpn?

    I'm assuming that you actually configured a VPN server on your router and all the necessary port forwarding / firewall rules associated with the VPN server? Also created and exported the necessary .OVPN file and configured it to either specify your static IP address from your ISP or your DDNS...
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    Unable to view camera remotely

    RT-AC53 | Networking | ASUS Global for example but search their product page for one you like and can afford and look at their features. It usually states VPN server on the page somewhere.
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    Unable to view camera remotely

    Here is a link to your router manual... D305 User Guide-Tenda-All For Better NetWorking from there search for DDNS and follow the instruction about how to config DDNS (You can use Free Dynamic DNS - Managed DNS - Managed Email - Domain Registration - No-IP to create a free DDNS account to use in...
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    Unable to view camera remotely

    If you have a new WAN IP address then you need a DDNS soultion so when your ISP changes your external IP address your system keeps track of the new IP address and changes accordingly. Read VPN Primer for Noobs for information about VPN setup, DDNS explanation Need to Get to Your Computer...
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    Unable to view camera remotely

    I guess you have your cameras configured to dhcp so now your cameras have rebooted they now have a new internal ip address which isn't port forwarded to the new IP address like your old ip address was. Check your router to see if the cameras have a new address and adjust your port forwarding...
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    Crazy break in video

    They are some dumb ass dicks! From 48sec in when the first guy jumps a box and almost fails then the second guys struggles to take a bike from a stand and reverse it out you just knew they were going to get caught!!!
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    Help troubleshoot night image quality

    Hi, looks like you are getting IR reflection from the sofit above the camera. Actions are as follows:- 1) Tilt the camera down towards the ground to reduce the IR bleed. 2) Turn-Off your IR lights on the camera 3) Install Flood Lights and turn off IR lights on the camera 4) Relocate the camera...
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    More proof that Ring sucks.

    I know this guy! It's Slimer from "Ghostbusters"
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    Home cameras - no cameras on the house

    You can't beat purchasing a house from a couple falling out... can knock a lot of the final purchase price! I got 20k off my last purchase as the couple just wanted out and I could complete a quick sale! Happy Days
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    Home cameras - no cameras on the house

    Lovely house their my friend... In the UK that would cost £1,000,000 I bet it cost you a lot less :) When I first glanced at it I thought all three where yours ;)
  13. cyberwolf_uk

    @EMPIRETECANDY will always get firmware updates before they appear on the Dahua web sites... I believe he has access to contacts within Dahua and feeds information back to their engineers & R&D and therefore gets early and pre-release updates
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    Apologises, That I couldn't answer as my test NVR is still running the old 3.16 firmware at the moment without issues....
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    The following thread talks about this old issue Dahua Backdoor Uncovered It was fixed with a later firmware update (once it became public), but until somebody discovers anything else then you never know if there are other vulnerabilities. If you block your cameras accessing the internet and...
  17. cyberwolf_uk

    I believe on some of the later firmware updates they did patch the default backdoor login id and password but its depending on what firmware you currently run. You install a VPN solution and the only port that is forwarded is the one to your secure VPN server. Accessing your local network is...
  18. cyberwolf_uk

    Hi, you shouldn't be opening any ports or port forwarding any ports.... If you read the VPN thread on this forum you should be looking at setting up a VPN solution on your network and accessing your cameras / NVR via VPN. If you port forward your cameras / NVR you are at risk of hackers or...
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    Camera Tolerance to 12V Supply Fluctuations

    Steve, Have you thought of using a 12v power filter? You can find these on Amazon or ebay for under $10
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    US blacklists Chinese surveillance companies over human rights abuses

    What John @john-ipvm does is highlight backdoor issues or security breaches / holes in IP based cameras... This is not unique to Hikvision or Dahua, they do it for all manufacturers! It's just the later are the biggest players in the IP camera game so would get more coverage. What IPVM do only...
  21. cyberwolf_uk

    Horse farm. Multiple buildings

    If you are running 1 x 8 port poe switches in each of the main locations just drop a 8 port none poe switch next to the PC unless you are running cameras from it then a poe one. TL-SG1008MP | 8-Port Gigabit Desktop/Rackmount Switch with 8-Port PoE+ | TP-Link
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    Horse farm. Multiple buildings

    Quick drawing, tried to overlay your original...This is how I would run it, I'm using the central building as the base of the star network. 24/48 port POE Switch which is used to power and feed most the cameras. I would run the feed for each camera down conduit in the trenches. i.e for your two...
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    Review: Dahua SD29204UE-GN 2MP 4x Starlight IR PTZ

    Go for it! you have a great knack for it sir! :lol:
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    Review: Dahua SD29204UE-GN 2MP 4x Starlight IR PTZ

    @bigredfish Thanks for the review... gives me some ideas / options. Would also like to say what a lovely home you have my friend. I guess it's all Mrs Bigredfrish's work ;)
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    Horse farm. Multiple buildings

    If they are that close I would go for laying cable where possible.. you can always try wifi but once you start seeing drop- outs and jerking video you'd wished you had done it right first time. For your trenches you can either dig them out or hire one these. It's all about your budget and...
  26. cyberwolf_uk

    Horse farm. Multiple buildings

    +1 on the Ubiquiti, used their wifi bridges many times and just work!
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    Horse farm. Multiple buildings

    I would go for wireless bridges if it were me... If you've never used one he is a random YouTube link
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    Delivery guy hits car and drives off (U.K.)

    I can vouch for this... Some years ago I was sitting at some traffic lights when somebody rear-ended me. The driver wanted to complete a cash repair (his uncle had a garage) I said no as I wasn't sure what damage had been done to the structure of my car and I wanted it to go through an insurance...
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    Water-Proof Junction box vs Wall Mount Bracket

    I always go for the wall mount bracket over a water proof junction box.... The wall mount install just looks so clean and tidy compared to having the ugly water proof box sitting next to it. I've had quite a few of these brackets with only one entry point at the side as displayed in the picture...
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    Help -iDMSS Plus app not display cameras on other outside wifi connections..says "Failed to connect"

    If you want to prevent your network and cameras from being hacked I would disable any port forwarding and setup a VPN solution on your home network. You can read about it here... VPN Primer for Noobs