I can log into my outdoor access point over wifi, but not the camera behind it. please help

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  1. Ricky Bobbie

    Ricky Bobbie n3wb

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    What I have is a central antenna (Tp-link eap110) as the access point and 3 other clients(tp-link cpe210) with cameras attached to them. They always used to work great until one day I couldn't get signal from one camera connected to one client, then few days later all others dropped out. I can connect to the antennas via the IP address, but when I enter the IP address of the camera connected to that antenna, it cannot find the address. So I physically plugged the camera into the blue iris server and it recognized the address. Signal to antennas shows decent and they are all powered. Any ideas? Hopefully stupid fix
     
  2. TonyR

    TonyR IPCT Contributor

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    Were all cams, AP and clients given unique static IP's, all in the same subnet?
    It almost sounds like the cams are DHCP and power was cycled off/on.
     
  3. Ricky Bobbie

    Ricky Bobbie n3wb

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    Yes they are all set to static ip and same subnet