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Re: Totally cannot run!
Have you got your lan card drivers installed and is the windows firewall blocking connection as this can cause problems also check that the device is not being shutdown in windows newtork manager, if problem persists then get a converter to change lan to usb and install drivers for camera.
good luck on connection.
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I had the same problem. Here was my successful solution:
reset the modem
only change the SSID (do not activate the security yet)
reset the camera
install the camera
set the static ip address
set the SSID to match the modem and save settings
unplug the power and the ethernet to the camera
plug in the power to the camera and wait for the lights on the front are illuminated
go back into the camera and set the security settings
go into the modem and set the security settings.
Hard wire it to the router's LAN port
Power cycle the router
Open the Secure view software and search for the camera
Configure it to your IP address
Add it to the secure view app
You will be able to get the live view
match the wireless settings and disconnect the ethernet cable
Start Internet Explorer Enter http://264.368.452.321 Press Enter Login to the web-server "inside" the router Click to run the "Wireless Network Setup Wizard" Choose a security-level (at least 'WPA') and choose an SSID and choose a password. Click OK to commit your values
It seems you have done things i would have done to find the problem.
Have you check the switch mode power supply?
Leave the components connected (test under load) and power up and check the voltages on oe of the power plugs (4 pin), the voltages for 12 volts (yellow wire) and 5 volts (red wire). The 5 volts is the most important power supply, it is for the electronic circuits. If the voltages are below 10% then this could be the problem.
i had the same problem and it was frustrating at first. You have to access your router and find the start ip address and the range and make sure dhcp is enabled. then plug the camera into one of the lan ports using the cable provided and plug the other end into the camera. then refresh the list of wireless clients in the router. Also if using a pre n router make sure that the broadcast is not mixed and is set to g mode. Only a g router will work or a router with g set to broadcast. i couldn't get the camera to work until i changed this setting. Anyways getting back to what i was talking about. When you see the list of clients you will see the camera listed on the client list. Write down the ip address example (192.168.1.108) and then on the computer (make sure you have another cable plugged into another lan port on the router and plugged into your computer) go into the dlink setup wizard. Press the search button the camera will appear on the list. Then click on the wizard and wait. It will say that the settings do not match there is an ip conflict or something to that matter do you want to change the settings click change settings and put the ip that the router configured. subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 and put the default gateway of the router which is usually 192.168.0.1 on most dlink routers but on the linksys i was using it was 192.168.1.1. After changing these settings it will let you into the camera configuration and after that you can unplug the cable and wait a minute or two. the green light should start blinking showing that the camera is connected to the router. Bingo your all done your camera is back to normal wireless function. You might have to unplug and reset the camera. If you have more than one camera make sure you unplug all the other camera's before configuring the first one. This will prevent any ip conflcts. Hope this helps you.
These cameras are touchy. Hold the reset button on the back in for about 20-30 seconds. Bring up the CD software you got with the camera, it should spot the camera right off and you can configure. That seems to be the only way I can communicate with this model. After setup, then browsers, etc seem to work fine. I would also download the latest Firmware and update.
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.
make sure you are using a crossover cable. A straight through ethernet cable will not work for talking with your computer. Next, go to your network connections. click on TCP/IP properties and enter in for the IP address 192.168.0.101 and a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 apply it. go back to network connections and disable then enable your connection. Now go to the Sony IP setup program. Double click on your camera when it appears. Don't forget the default address of the camera is 192.168.0.100.