I read this as you have pissed Hikvision off by not sending correct details."With all of the replies you have sent,
if you had just forwarded your details,
you'd have your password by now
but it seems you like to insist on not giving your details
so I'm afraid you will have to try again tomorrow. "
However they don’t support end uses normally.
You now have three open threads on this subject and they are also link by an IP address to your bird cage threads which have streamed on line. Have your camera’s been Hacked.
When I asked for details you failed to respond.
Do as Alastair Stevenson has advised with SADP tool for camera’s connected to the NVR POE ports. Connect your PC to a spare NVR POE port, do this by taking a lan cable and connecting one end to the spare POE port and the other to the PC lan point. Don’t go via the router.
In 2017 I default a Hikvision NVR which locked me out of eight Hikvision cameras.
Hikvision would not support me. However Goggle landed on this forum and as non members can read posts, by following what Alastair Stevenson had posted, this not young grasshopper electrical contactor recovered on his own.
You need to read and follow what Alastair says.
Post a full list of your nonworking camera’s models types and current firmware.
Read existing threads / posts for other means to reset Hikvision passwords.
Hikvision cameras connected to POE Ports will have address 192.168.254.* by default.
Hikvision Lan connected cameras will have your router IP address range.
Don’t start any more threads on the same subject