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http://www.fixya.com/support/t750815-veo_network_camera >The software is on the camera, all you have to do is connect it to your network and let it get an IP address, after it shows an address on the side window, use internet explorer to go to that address ( 192.168.1.***) or whatever the mask is for your network, make sure internet explorer is set to allow activex controls downloading, the browser will download the control and ask for password and user name, the default is "password" and "admin" good luck. Note: The downloading ActiveX control will only work in Windows XP though.
Go to the Linksys website, download the NEWEST drivers for your camera and operating system. It seems that you've got a driver problem. Maybe there's a patch that's needed. You might check with Microsoft to see if there is.
As for Explorer 8, you should normally stay away from Microsoft software as a rule of thumb. Their stuff is buggy and full of holes. Are you "locked" into using Explorer? Use another browser!!! Use Mozilla, or Firefox, maybe Opera, anything but Explorer!
If that doesn't resolve your issues, then I would begin looking at the hardware. Specifically, the camera and cabling. Try with a different camera (same Maker and Model). Maybe the issue is with THAT camera and works fine with another. Same with the cabling, try a known good cable, or better yet, a NEW cable. Eliminate the variables, narrow down the problem!
If you are using Vista, you can extract the file from a zip by choosing a right button click of your mouse on the file when it fully downloaded from here and yes the download from the manufacturer website is in zip format. You will need to learn to use these compression routines like Winzip and Winrar if you intend to really use the internet for any practical purposes. But more important then learning how to use a compression routine is learning how to use Windows Explorer, not the Internet Explorer. a master of Windows Explorer can do more or less anything he or she wants with computers going all the way back to 1988 or longer and it will give you some measure of self-assurance too. Just get yourself a decent how-to book from the library and concentrate on Windows Explorer. You will be amazed at what it allow you to accomplish but can be dangerous if not properly used.
Once IP camera setup complete access can be done with any browser regardless of operating system. So even if its on Vista, XP or Linux it will be accessible. For example if Camera IP has been set as 192.168.0.33, You need to type http://192.168.0.33 in your browser (IE 7 will work). If you dont have user manual you can get from the link below ftp://download.level1.info/manual/WCS-2010(EN).pdf
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Can you help me? I have an Observer camera too. And I have the problem
"no response from camera" (Veo Observer Studio) and I can't reach the
camera via Explorer too (the page dosen't exist).
Earlier it is working well except the remote access. I try it resolve and came the problem: "no response from camera".