Hikvision DS-7608NI NVR-ISP 0.0.0.0.

ralphmouth

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Forgot to add and this is important. After getting inital network setup (5/6 months ago) disabled DCHP so I could keep a static IP for router ports, etc.

Running 2 camera system for about 6 months now with no network problems. Tried login yesterday using a desktop PC and no good. Then tried the NVR dedicated monitor and all I got was an occasionally screen flashing displaying the two IP cameras views. Back to PC and using the SADP tool discover that the NVR ISP was set to 0.0.0.0 meanwhile the two IP cameras were at the default 192.168.254.X. I could using the SADP tool change the cameras ISP to my network range and read/write/etc to cameras however nothing I could do to reach the NVR.
Tried the normal stuff; modem, router, PC, NVR reboots to no avail. Did notice that when the NVR came back on line that the discrete NVR monitor displayed wrong configuration, Display not configured correctly, Should be 4K, now 1080. It appears that the NVR is working correctly but the Ethernet and HDMI ports are wrong. Also tried rebooting with USB and latest firmware hoping for default NVR settings, but no USB loading on reboot. I also tried using each comminication port separtely and then in different sequence but same results. Also IVMS4200 on PC yield same results as did a different PC (to rule out its Ethernet port).
I occasionally, using the SADP tool got the NVR to accept a new IP addy but nothing change on refresh.

Anybody have same or a different approach to this problem...Thanks ahead of time.
 

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meanwhile the two IP cameras were at the default 192.168.254.X.
That's the IP address range used by the PoE ports on a Hikvision NVR.
Is that how the cameras are connected?
If they are connected to NVR PoE ports - how did you get SADP to see the cameras? Normally they would not be visible to a PC on the LAN.

I could using the SADP tool change the cameras ISP to my network range
If the cameras are actually connected to the NVR PoE ports, that would stop the NVR from being able to connect to them.
Can you explain a bit more? I don't understand your network setup or what you've been trying to do with the changes.

I occasionally, using the SADP tool got the NVR to accept a new IP addy but nothing change on refresh.
What is the IP address of the NVR as shown by SADP?
What IP address did you expect it to have?
 
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