Blue iris on fire hd10 crash

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  1. mioduz

    mioduz n3wb

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    A bit frazzled here. Setup a single camera on blue iris before I went overboard. One of my primary objectives is to have between 2 and 4 cameras constantly displayed on my desk via Amazon fire hd 10 tablet. When I open a full screen live view the app logsout of the server I'd say typically within 2 minutes. This is all on a local network, good signal no issues with bandwidth
     
  2. fenderman

    fenderman Staff Member

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    Try using the webserver via browser or tiny cam and see if it crashes
     
  3. mioduz

    mioduz n3wb

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    I just tried tiny cam and the stream would consistantly freeze up between 60 and 90 seconds. The camera icon pops up as if it is not responding then it comes back after a bbn out 20 sec
     
  4. Zanthexter

    Zanthexter Getting the hang of it

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    WiFi can work great 2 inches to the right of working terribly. Just to address possible WiFi issues, could you try viewing within a few feet and clear line of sight of your primary WiFi? (NOT an extender, the main unit.)