I can access my Linksys wireless-G camera with no problem via its ip addr. however, from time to time (like after a few hours) I can't access the camera anymore. My web browser will just timeout when i try to go to the camera's ip addr. I had to reboot the camera (unplug then plug again) so I can access it again. Can anyone tell me how to solve this issue?
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Configuring your Linksys router for remote desktop is a task that's
needed before you can access your computer from outside the network. If
you plan to connect to your remote desktop machine from the Internet,
you need to configure the router to allow traffic to the PC. Linksys is
a common router used on home networks for wireless and LAN
configurations. Configuring your router to allow port forwarding to a
remote desktop only takes a few steps through the graphical user
your browser window and type the IP address of the router in your
address bar. This opens a window for the username and password needed
for access to configure the router.
the "Applications and Gaming" tab on the opening screen. This opens a
window with a list of ports of which you can open for access on your
Type "Remote Desktop" in the application textbox.
Enter "3389" in the "Start" and "Stop" port ranges. This port number is specific to the remote desktop application.
Leave the value of "Both" in the protocol listbox.
the IP address of the internal machine on your network. The IP address
is the machine running remote desktop. When traffic from the Internet
reaches the router, it forwards the request to this IP address.
Check the "Enabled" checkbox and click "Save Settings."
Check if you can still connect to the the camera's UI, connect it to a router or computer. Try to ping its IP address and access the camera's UI, if ur able to access it, try to do the firmware upgrade again.
Try this - unplug the power from the camera (and the ethernet cable if it is using one). Locate the 'Factory Default Reset' button on the camera get a paperclip and straighten it out. Plug the power back into the camera and press the reset button with the paperclip until you see the indicator light flash and go out (about 10 seconds). Now attach the ethernet cable to the camera and into your router and insert the Panasonic camera utility disk into your computers CD Drive. Run the setup utility from the disk and after a few minutes it should find the camera and you can follow the instructions for a new set-up. If the camera has been on more than 20 minutes when you start the setup utility, unplug it for 10 minutes and try again. Oh, and turn off Windows firewall while you are doing this.