- Nov 26, 2017
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- Atlanta, GA, USA
Yes - he's no expert, or Yes - it works ?? just kiddingYes.
If it responds to the Hikvision 'command and control' dialogue - port=8000 and protocol=hikvision.I have changed the setting from plug and play to manual, input the IP address the camera is using into the NVR, and user and password but still not working
Thanks Alastair. I’ve got the NVR to recognise the camera now. I was trying to instal it to Port 6 on NvR which must have a lead without a camera. Trying Port 7 (empty).worked.If it responds to the Hikvision 'command and control' dialogue - port=8000 and protocol=hikvision.
For ONVIF - port=80 and protocol=ONVIF
But you can get a lot of info from the camera using ONVIF Device Manager from sourceforge.net
If the camera is on the LAN, ODM will find the camera automatically.
Give it some logon credentials, top left of the window.
The 'ONVIF port' is in the URL at the bottom of the Identification page, likely to be 80
With the Hikvision NVR, you can also use the 'Custom protocol' to configure an RTSP connection.
For the RTSP string, see the URL at the bottom of the Liive Video page in ODM
If your NVR has PoE ports - you'd need to set the PC IP address to be in the range the PoE ports are using, usually 192.168.254.x so use for example 192.168.254.200 and connect the PC to a spare NVR PoE port.
What camera make and model ?
Why do you want to upgrade firmware ? What is broken that needs fixing.
I have 5 Annke i61dr cameras after initialization with a wired Ethernet. I ran them on wifi for a while till I ran the cables ?
To initial set up the camera you must be connected wired.
Answer all questions.
1) what is the straight line distance between camera and wifi router / access point?
2) how many walls / ceiling bettween router and camera?
3) how many other wifi cameras are running ?
4) how are you trying to access camera, PC bi, NVR, cell phone ?
5) what software package to access camera ?
6) what IP of the camera ?
7) what IP of the router ?
This is just a start... You will need to provide screen shot in the future.
I really can not help with IOS. I do not upgrade my cameras.
Where did you get the upgrade for the I61DR camera.
I would connect the camera with an ethernet cable.
Then I would use a browser to access the camera. The default address may be 192.168.1.64.
The best browser to use is internet explorer or palmoon 32bit. Most other browser, safari, chrome, firefox do not support the plugins, as they are assumed to be security risks. Search ipcamtalk for other options.
I've upgraded to 5.4.3 from whatever it was (pre 5.4.0 for sure) without any issues.Since v5.4.0 firmware is no longer on the portal, can the firmware still be able to upgrade? Or, does anyone have a copy?
Also, we tried numerous times to connect WiFi but unsuccessful. Any suggestion to connect without Ethernet cable is much appreciated.