Just purely if it was a special character usually they need an escape character for it to know not to process it, ie the back slash character in Linux is an escape character so if that was in a username or password it would need special handling.No special characters, I only need to change one character in the password “admin”, eg to “bdmin” to screw it up.
What is the meaning of “escaped”?
Ran into rough times here at home. The mother of our basset pups passed away after birth of 8 puppies. It's been exhausting and emotional here. Bottle feeding 8 puppies is not fun. Enjoy your vacation.Hi Hound Dog 911
Ken Pletzer himself has replied to my BI support request. His reply as follows:-
The software is definitely sending the correct user name. Could this be a bug in the camera firmware? Have you tried another ONVIF software, ODM (ONVIF device manager)?
If you want to send a WAN address with the proper ports forwarded I will try ODM as well.
I replied, thanking him for his support and that I will try and figure out how to use ODM. (Perhaps also Wireshark). I do, though have a like problem on more than one camera type and also so do you with your 49225.
Unfortunately, I’m away on holiday at the moment and wondered if in the meantime, you are able to establish if ODM reports a valid ONVIF camera name etc for your 49225 when the password is not set to “admin”?
Hey Hound Dog 911, you must be gutted with the loss of your basset. Being a dog lover myself I really feel it for you.Ran into rough times here at home. The mother of our basset pups passed away after birth of 8 puppies. It's been exhausting and emotional here. Bottle feeding 8 puppies is not fun. Enjoy your vacation.